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Joint Action: ​Catalyzing Methane Emission Reduction at Oil and Gas Joint Ventures​

Analysis of supermajors' non-operated joint ventures with NOCs shows emissions reporting from these assets remains largely unknown and unmanaged.

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Joint Ventures

What the natural gas industry is missing about the energy transition 

Published: November 15, 2022 by Sudhanshu Mathur

It’s not an energy transition – it’s a supply increase with an emissions drop.

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Natural Gas Pipeline

5 questions investors should ask about LNG projects

Published: October 13, 2022 by Andrew Howell

LNG: Climate solution or delusion?

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LNG supply

The Quest for Cleaner Gas: Engaging the Ecosystem

Natural gas buyers have strong influence over supply chains, but have yet to expand contract terms to include emissions intensity.

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Natural Gas storage

LGIM America and EDF: A new kind of climate partnership

Published: August 11, 2022

A year ago, LGIM America (LGIMA) and Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) announced a partnership to “turbocharge investor leadership on climate change.”

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Oil & Gas

Investor Guide to Company Comments on Proposed EPA Methane Standards

EPA’s comment period saw record support for federal methane regulation, but opportunities remain for leading companies to raise ambition in late 2022.

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Demystifying the enteric solutions market for food and agriculture companies

Published: July 12, 2022 by Katie Anderson

New technologies are coming to market that food and agriculture companies can use to reduce methane emissions.

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Flaring Flatline: Commitments on Natural Gas Flaring Outpace Progress

Despite widespread commitments among oil producers to reduce natural gas flaring, 2021 saw a net increase in flaring emissions worldwide.

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