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The International Gas Union is committed to working with providers to reduce emissions

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Shell, BP and six other major energy providers have committed to reducing methane emissions from the natural gas assets they operate around the world.

The International Gas Union are fully committed to working with these providers to tackle the challenge.

The IGU is committed to work with the industry to:

  • Improve confidence in the accuracy of measurement, quantification, and reporting of methane emissions through sharing of latest developments in field and academic research.
  • Encourage systematic reduction of methane emissions through operations management, including the sharing of the most effective approaches within and across the value chain.
  • Promote the rapid advance, development, and commercial deployment of new cost-effective methane detection, measurement, and reduction technologies.
  • Encourage scientific research into the sources of methane emissions and understanding of methane in the environment.

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