Discover how oil and gas players benefit financially from digital methane mitigation
The current economic, public health, and social justice turmoil facing the entire world has intensified the need for prioritizing environmental, social, and governance (ESG) matters.
Learn how EPA proposals to reduce methane emissions from natural gas pipelines are promoting innovative digital tools for oil and gas methane mitigation
How new EPA methane emissions regulations impact the oil and gas industry; how digitization tools offer cost-effective methane mitigation solutions.
Explore the importance of OSHA's lockout/tagout (LOTO) regulations for employee safety and the many benefits of digitizing LOTO procedures.
Methane is the second most important greenhouse gas driving climate change after carbon dioxide. Unlike carbon dioxide, methane stays in the atmosphere for shorter periods. However, methane has a much higher global warming potential than carbon dioxide.
The U.S. oil and gas value chain emits 13 million metric tons of methane a year, which is a loss of enough natural gas to fuel 10 million homes.
See how various international environmental agencies are tackling carbon emissions.
The International Labor Organization estimates that about 380 000 workers die each year from occupational accidents. Undoubtedly, worker safety is crucial in any environment, but it is critical in hazardous areas.