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Many Ipieca member companies have for a number of years been successfully reducing gas flaring, which is the combustion of natural gas produced as a by-product of petroleum production operations. Although flaring reduction makes good environmental and business sense, there is still a stubbornly high level of routine flaring globally.
Ipieca has partnered with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the International Finance Corporation (IFC) to develop a shared understanding of the implications of the UN SDGs for the oil and gas industry and how the industry can most effectively contribute.Delivering low-greenhouse gas intensity crude oil with carbon capture and storage - a technical and policy perspective
According to many projections, including the IEA Sustainable Development Scenario, oil and gas are likely to power the world's transport and industry, and provide feedstocks for petrochemicals for decades to come. As part of the transitions underway to meet the objectives of the Paris Agreement, could industry develop an enhanced oil recovery process whereby more CO2 is captured and stored underground than is released into the atmosphere from production and use?
Ipieca has developed a series of practical guidance and tools on managing labour rights to support practitioners in addressing potential human rights impacts and issues, particularly in the industry's supply chain. These resources have three aims:
This document aims to assist community relations managers in planning their community liaison teams and recruiting community liaison officers (CLOs).
This awareness brief provides the context and purpose behind Ipieca's work on company and supply chain labour rights.
This awareness briefing aims to ensure that the benefits and limitations of scenario analysis tools, and disclosure of their use, are clearly understood.
This document provides a summary of the 2019 Ipieca-IOGP guidance on managing health in the oil and gas industry.
Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is likely to be critical for meeting the aims of the Paris Agreement. It is an essential component of the energy transition process and the transformation of the global energy system during the 21st century.
This report was developed to share guidance with those interested in understanding subsea well response competency and the skills that sit within it.
Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is a key technology in transforming the energy system and moving towards the long-term temperature goals of the Paris Agreement. However, there are several barriers preventing it from expanding more swiftly.
This online database provides an introduction to energy efficiency measures for oil and gas facilities, and aims to raise awareness and uptake of such technologies and practices across the industry.
Oil and gas operations take place in many countries where the quality of medical services and specialities differs. It is therefore important for a company to assess local health facilities to ensure that they can provide optimal medical care for their workers.
The report highlights some of the opportunities and challenges to decarbonize the transport sector, the importance of reducing emissions from agriculture and land use ...
Ipieca has partnered with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the International Finance Corporation (IFC) to develop a shared understanding of the implications of the UN SDGs for the oil and gas industry and how the industry can most effectively contribute.