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Meeting energy needs: The unique role of oil and gas is one piece of the Paris Puzzle - a series of papers intended to address...
Appendices to the joint Ipieca-API document on technical considerations that are important for understanding and calculating GHG emission inventory uncertainty.Addressing uncertainty in oil and natural gas industry greenhouse gas inventories. Technical considerations and calculation methods.
This joint Ipieca-API document is designed to provide a summary of technical considerations that are important for understanding and calculating greenhouse gas (GHG) emission inventory uncertainty.Uncharted wilderness: a detailed program for protecting biodiversity while developing LNG infrastructure
A detailed program for protecting biodiversity while developing liquefied natural gas infrastructure in one of the world's lease explored regionsLife-cycle greenhouse gas emissions of transportation fuels: issues and implications for unconventional fuel sources
The effectiveness and efficiency of regulatory and other policy approaches intended to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions from transportation fuels can hinge on the fuel life-cycle analysis (LCA). This report provides a summary of the workshop of the same name, convened in September 2010
The uncertainties inherent in the data used for emission inventories help inform and improve understanding for the data's use. This is receiving increased attention in order to understand determinations of GHG emissions and emission reductions. This document provides background information, and details, on measurement uncertainty and statistical calculation methods that improve the quality of GHG emission estimations for the oil and gas industry. It is a collaborative effort between Ipieca, the American Petroleum Institute (API) and CONCAWE.
This webinar from Ipieca, SPE Gaia, OGCI and IOGP offers updates on current cluster projects and explores the opportunities/challenges of CCUS clusters and hubs, including partnership cooperation, policy support, investment, regulatory issues, and public engagement.
Ipieca is pleased to host a webinar with the World Bank's Global Gas Flaring Reduction Partnership (GGFR) on its 2023 Global Gas Flaring Tracker Report.
Ipieca, SPE Gaia, OGCI and IOGP are pleased to host a webinar with actors from the oil and gas, steel, cement and petrochemicals industries to discuss CCS.
Hear Dr Sallie Greenberg, co-leader of the Midwest Regional Carbon Initiative (MRCI) share learnings from challenges such as multi-stakeholder partnerships, carbon capture and transportation infrastructure, storage systems, and CO2-enhanced oil recovery potential.Technological solutions for negative emissions and CO2 removal, an essential tool to limit global warming and protect the planet?
Join Ipieca, SPE Gaia, OGCI and IOGP for this webinar on carbon dioxide removal and negative emissions technologies.
Join Ipieca and the World Bank's Global Gas Flaring Reduction Partnership for a webinar on the 2022 Global Gas Flaring Tracker Report.Carbon Takeback Obligations - an opportunity to accelerate deployment of carbon capture and storage?
During this webinar, experts from academia, industry and consultancy explore how an upstream Carbon Takeback Obligation could help deliver a pathway to net-zero emissions by 2050.
This document provides a high level summary of a series of four webinars that explore leading oil and gas organizations' efforts to reduce methane emissions.
Following an introduction to Ipieca's new briefing on hydrogen, this webinar will invite guest panellists to explore the essential role hydrogen can play in supporting the decarbonization of hard-to-abate sectors and a low-carbon future, as well as share industry case studies and opportunities.
This graphic recording provides an overview of the key messages from 'Zigzag to zero? Positive pathways to Paris: an industry, investor and civil society roundtable'.
This summary report provides an overview of the key messages from 'Zigzag to zero? Positive pathways to Paris: an industry, investor and civil society roundtable'.
During this webinar, Matt Harrison of SLR Consulting and Dave Allen of the University of Texas at Austin, who co-authored the Methane Guiding Principles set of ten best practice guides, will provide an overview of their scope and content and demonstrate how operators can best make use of them.
Natural gas can have an important role to play in a low-emissions future, with clear benefits when compared with other fossil fuels, particularly in terms of climate impact and air quality improvements, if methane emissions are controlled across the gas value chain.
This webinar provides an overview of the 'Reuse of produced water from the onshore oil and gas industry' fact sheet, outlining opportunities and challenges for reusing produced water, with examples from Ipieca members Total, Occidental and Shell.
Dr. Tidjani Niass of Saudi Aramco will introduce and propose the circular carbon economy as a pragmatic, alternative development model based on a more efficient use of natural resources.
The report includes each speakers' insights on the technologies, actions and pathways required to achieve the energy transition and recommendations for how Ipieca, its members and the industry can accelerate their development.
During the webinar, Ipieca asks key stakeholders to share their views on how the oil and gas industry can play a role in the energy transition, and what can Ipieca do to support this, as well as how Ipieca can ensure that environmental and social performance continue as key levers of the energy transition.
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.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?