The Ipieca Principles and the Ipieca-WBCSD SDG Roadmap are key frameworks through which Ipieca aims to inspire action. This repository provides tangible examples of how members are operationalising the principles and embedding SDG Roadmap actions in their business, offering inspiration and insights for other companies. The examples are supplemented with relevant Ipieca good practice guidance and resources to further support companies to take the next step on their sustainability journey.

Carbon Out programme impact
  • Map-pinItaly

Baker Hughes has launched the Carbon Out programme, engaging over 50,000 employees globally to identify and implement emission reduction initiatives, aligning with its net zero commitment. It targets both short and long-term opportunities for carbon reduction.

First oil field in Germany running solely on green electricty
  • Map-pinGermany

Wintershall Dea is switching to electricity generated by renewables at its production sites wherever possible. The change to renewables is a further step in implementing Wintershall Dea’s strategy to protect the climate by consistently reducing emissions.

Blue ammonia project
  • Map-pinQatar

QatarEnergy's affiliates, QatarEnergy Renewable Solutions and Qatar Fertiliser Company, have collaborated to launch the Ammonia-7 Project, the world's largest blue ammonia facility, with a capacity of 1.2 million tons per annum.

Carbon neutralization of jet fuel
  • Map-pinJapan

INPEX and partners jointly undertook the carbon offset jet fuel across its entire supply chain for select flights during May 1-31, 2023, coinciding with the G7 Hiroshima Summit in Japan.

Joint venture with Siguler Guff for emissions management software
  • Map-pinUnited States of America

Halliburton, in collaboration with Siguler Guff & Company, LP, launched Envana Software Partners, LLC, providing emissions management software solutions for the oil and gas sector.

Carbon neutral fuel
  • Map-pinJapan

In October 2023, ENEOS and HIF Global, a leading eFuels company, announced a cooperation agreement designed to encourage the sale of carbon neutral fuel in Japan.

Strategic alliances with the Center for Innovation and Technology - Colombia Petroleum Institute (ICP)
  • Map-pinColombia

The TERRA project is aimed at estimating carbon stocks and fluxes in ecosystems and sustainable production systems, directing natural climate solutions implementation to decarbonize operations.

Floating wind turbines
  • Map-pinChina

CNOOC has deployed a revolutionary deep-water floating wind power on the Guanlan platform, located in the South China Sea, aiming to supply green power to its offshore oil and gas production facilities, constituting a significant move towards renewable energy adoption and emissions reduction in their operations.

Creating a green hydrogen supply chain from Spain to the Netherlands
  • Map-pinSpain and the Netherlands

Cepsa and ACE Terminal have entered into an MoU for the supply of green ammonia to the planned import terminal in the port of Rotterdam. This ammonia will be converted back into hydrogen for industrial use or utilized directly in shipping and other industries in Northwest Europe.

Turning carbon dioxide into rock
  • Map-pinUnited Arab Emirates

ADNOC has initiated drilling for a pilot project aimed at advancing energy transition plans by mitigating emissions from fossil fuels. This initiative, set to become the region's first carbon-negative project, underscores ADNOC's commitment to decarbonization.

Scaling clean hydrogen technologies
  • Map-pinFrance

In a private-public partnership model, SLB is partnering with French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Comissions (CEA) and partners to deliver the most efficient and cost-effective technology for producing clean hydrogen, a versatile energy and key component of the energy transition.

Producing energy from hydrogen
  • Map-pinAngola

The Luanda Refinery has recently reached an important milestone, with the successful performance of the tests of hydrogen use for energy production.

Supporting commercial scaling and marketing of AI-enabled concentrated solar energy technology
  • Map-pinUnited States & Australia

Woodside Energy and Heliogen, a leading provider of AI-enabled concentrated solar energy, are collaborating on a commercial-scale demonstration deployment of Heliogen's technology in California. The technology aims to cost-effectively deliver near 24/7 carbon-free energy in the form of heat, power, or green hydrogen fuel at scale.

Pathways Alliance
  • Map-pinCanada

Canada's largest oil sands producers are working together to address climate change through the Pathways Alliance. The initiative is a crucial enabler to meeting Canada's climate commitments and requires unprecedented collaboration.

Decarbonizing air transport at scale
  • Map-pinSpain

Cepsa has formed a strategic partnership with Spanish airline Iberia and Iberia Express to decarbonize air transport on a large scale. The agreement, which includes research and flight testing of sustainable aviation biofuels also covers other energy alternatives, such as renewable hydrogen and electricity, to promote the sustainable mobility of aircraft and ground fleets.

Carbon Emissions Tags
  • Map-pinUnited States

In June 2022, Cheniere began providing Cargo Emissions Tags (CE Tags) to all long-term customers. The CE Tags show the estimated greenhouse gas emissions associated with each cargo.

Houston CCS Alliance
  • Map-pinUnited States

The Houston CCS Alliance is a coordinated effort among some of the world's most innovative energy, petrochemical, and power generation companies to advance the development of carbon capture and storage (CCS) in the greater Houston industrial area.

Contribution to the Salk Institute's development of plant based carbon capture and storage
  • Map-pinUnited States

Hess is donating $50 million over the next five years to the Salk Institute's Harnessing Plants Initiative (HPI), which aims to combat climate change by developing plants' natural ability to capture and store potentially billions of tons of carbon per year from the atmosphere.

Solar panel recycling
  • Map-pinJapan

Idemitsu Group's Solar Frontier K.K. has been pursuing the development of recycling technologies for solar panels since 2010, recognizing the importance of establishing low-cost, environmentally friendly recycling technologies as a means of promoting the healthy expansion of solar power generation.

Supporting the Louisiana Coastal Restoration workforce
  • Map-pinUnited States

In the U.S. Gulf of Mexico, a region highly vulnerable to climate change, Kosmos Energy partnered with Tierra Resources, a Louisiana-based non-profit focused on wetlands restoration and the development of blue carbon capture projects.

Building scale in renewables
  • Map-pinUnited States

bp and EnBW were awarded a ~860km2 lease option off the east coast of Scotland to develop a major offshore wind project, Morven. As part of their commitment to support oil and gas workers through employment and provide opportunities for reskilling in renewables, bp and EnBW have committed more than £1 million to X-Academy in Scotland.

World's first renewable power for offshore oil and gas
  • Map-pinNorway

Equinor, Wintershall Dea, OMV, and INPEX Idemitsu are working collaboratively with other partners in the development of the Hywind Tampen offshore wind farm in the Norwegian North Sea off the coast of Florø.

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