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Calendar3 November 2020

During this webinar, Elizabeth Carlson, Global Head of Sustainability at McDermott, will present on measuring CAPEX emissions in oil and gas facilities.

CAPEX emissions from engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) projects, or the emissions embedded in an oil and gas facility, should be taken into account alongside the facility operations and end use of oil and gas products. According to the International Energy Agency, the construction and building sector accounts for 39% of energy-related carbon dioxide emissions globally.

This webinar will introduce McDermott's carbon footprint methodology and initial study results on low carbon project delivery, including:

  • progress to track EPC project impacts from fabrication, construction, and modularization across multiple sites; and
  • embedded carbon in the supply chain.

Findings demonstrate that collaboration across the value chain, including oil and gas facility owners, EPC companies, equipment manufacturers, and material and freight suppliers, is required to advance low carbon facility development.

About McDermott
McDermott is a fully integrated provider of engineering and construction solutions to the energy industry. They design and build infrastructure solutions to responsibly transport and transform oil and gas into the products the world needs today.

About Elizabeth Carlson
Elizabeth Carlson is the Global Head of Sustainability at McDermott, where she focuses on energy transition strategy, carbon footprint, human rights, and social responsibility. Her background is in environmental and social impact in both non-profit and private sector organizations with experience in the Americas, Europe, Africa, Central Asia, and the Middle East. Since 2011, Elizabeth has worked in various sustainability-related roles on construction and engineering projects in the oil, gas, and mining industries.

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