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Study suggests offshore oil and gas production in Gulf of Mexico has higher methane loss rates than typical onshore production
New remote sensing methods shed light on large methane plumes from shallow offshore oil and gas infrastructure that have previously been invisible.
Climate intelligence reveals opportunities and underscores best practices to cut global waste sector emissions—essential to hitting Global Methane Pledge goals.
Methane Remote Sensing Results in Voluntary Reduction of over One Million Tons CO2e by California Companies
As a direct result of surveys detecting methane emissions, 44 individual California facilities voluntarily took corrective actions that prevented the equivalent of 1.2M metric tons of CO2 from escaping into the atmosphere, highlighting the important role airborne surveys can play in making methane emissions visible and actionable in fighting climate change.
Hear from Riley Duren who shares how aerial surveys show massive amounts of methane from oil and gas operations.
Persistent methane super-emitters in the Permian Basin are having an outsized impact on climate change.
Global integrated reporting is essential if the planet is to achieve net-zero emissions.
On June 13, 2022, Carbon Mapper released a pilot suite of mitigation examples that show methane emissions observations from airborne surveys conducted between 2016 and 2021.
Sustained, wide-area monitoring from high resolution methane sensing satellites is important to supplement periodic surface site surveys and continuous sensor networks to provide timely detection, quantification, and communication of high-emission methane events.
The inefficient or non-existent flaring of vented gas can have a disproportionate methane impact. We explain what we observe from flares, and why it matters.