The road to Carbon Neutral by 2050 or sooner must deal with the existing sources of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions – such as ongoing emissions from oil and gas production, principally from methane leaks and flaring – as well as the focus on increasing the share of renewable sources in the global energy mix.
Having the right tools for the systematic identification and mitigation of unplanned fugitive methane emissions – which account for ~1.5% of global GHG (40 million tonnes/year (MT) (Internation Energy Agency, 2020), is an essential part of the solution.
Future Energy Partners has the experience and tools to help you manage, measure, prioritise and mitigate your methane emissions – including the ones you do not know about
In parallel to delivering renewable energy sources, mitigating existing sources of greenhouse gases is essential - particularly methane
Reducing methane emissions requires very specific and targeted action - but in unison then can contribute more than any other form of reduction
FUTURE ENERGY PARTNERS
Have the experience, tools and capability to manage, measure, priorities and mitigate your methane emissions - including the ones you do not know about