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Sustainability article round-up: February 2022

The Ipieca sustainability article round-up showcases recent sustainability-related achievements, projects and news from Ipieca members and organization­­s that Ipieca partners with, demonstrating their commitment to advancing environmental and social performance across the energy transition and achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

The February round-up shines a spotlight on engineering, procurement and construction contractors as well as technology and service providers, highlighting their role in advancing the industry’s sustainability performance. We also feature our new ‘Flaring management guidance’, launched in partnership with IOGP and the World Bank’s GGFR, as well as the net-zero ambitions of OGCI and Ipieca members.


Member sustainability articles

Baker Hughes

Coalition to support Egypt’s climate change agenda

Baker Hughes has signed a memorandum of understanding with Bechtel in support of Egypt’s climate change agenda. The coalition sets out to provide execution, technology and financing expertise to aid decarbonization of select downstream facilities in Egypt, ahead of the country’s hosting of COP27 this year.

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bp

bp invests in low-emission hydrogenated vegetable oil fuels to help decarbonize hard-to-abate sectors

bp has acquired a 30% stake in the UK’s largest provider of low-emission hydrogenated vegetable oil fuels, expanding its global biofuels portfolio. bp aims to work with Green Biofuels to help decarbonize businesses across the construction, freight, off-road and marine industries by using renewable hydrogenated vegetable oil fuel as a direct replacement for diesel.

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McDermott

McDermott launches carbon footprint calculation tool

McDermott’s web-based tool ArborXD™ provides data collection, estimation and reporting on the potential carbon impact of energy facilities before construction begins and across whole energy project life cycles.

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Offshore Energies UK

OEUK expands scope to offshore carbon capture, hydrogen and wind

Previously known as OGUK, Offshore Energies UK has extended its remit from to oil and gas to also include hydrogen, carbon capture and storage and offshore wind. The trade body has updated its name to reflect this new scope.

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Schlumberger

Schlumberger enhances global education opportunities

Schlumberger shares how its global education initiatives are contributing to the social development of communities, including the recent launch of Schlumberger Excellence in Education Development programmes in 36 countries (by-lined by Director of Social Sustainability at Schlumberger and Ipieca Social Responsibility Group Vice Chair Nick Abrahams).

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TotalEnergies

TotalEnergies signs MoU to contribute to sustainable development of Rwandan energy sector

TotalEnergies has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Rwanda Development Board, a public institution responsible for accelerating Rwanda’s economic development. The agreement will enable collaboration on projects supporting the development of low-emissions energy solutions as well as the transfer of skills and expertise for the energy transition.

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Woodside Energy

Woodside Energy releases 2021 climate report

Woodside Energy has released its climate report for 2021, outlining its climate-related plans, activities, progress and data, and its commitment to contributing to the energy transition as a low cost, lower-carbon energy provider.

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Partner sustainability articles

Ipieca, IOGP and World Bank Global Gas Flaring Reduction Partnership

Ipieca, IOGP and World Bank’s GGFR launch Flaring management guidance for the oil and gas industry

The new Ipieca-IOGP-World Bank GGFR Flaring management guidance provides a framework for oil and gas companies, governments and regulators to reduce or eliminate flaring and support sustainable development by making use of the otherwise flared gas as an additional energy source.

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NZE ambitions: Oil and Gas Climate Initiative + Ipieca

Increased company net-zero ambitions

Twelve members of OGCI, eleven of which are also Ipieca members, have announced their ambition to achieve net zero operations, covering Scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions, within the timeframe set by the Paris Agreement. A total of 30 Ipieca members have now set public net-zero emissions ambitions.

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