Join us September 27th
What's the average emissions intensity for upstream operations in the North Sea? How is it distributed geographically, by operator or by hub? What factors influence emissions intensity and what are some of the best practices for achieving reductions?
Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions intensity from oil & gas production is an important differentiating metric for upstream operators and their stakeholders to understand, reduce and base strategic and commercial decisions on. However benchmarking remains a challenge, because existing voluntary and regulatory reporting does not provide a consistent, comprehensive measure to contrast upstream emissions at a granular level.
S&P Global Commodity Insights leverages its deep upstream data, emissions modelling expertise and data capabilities to produce the most granular GHG emissions estimates, covering the global upstream sector at the asset or well level. In the first of a series of regional benchmarks for the global upstream industry, we draw insights from this upstream enhanced emissions dataset to benchmark upstream emissions in the North Sea.
Join our head of emissions Kevin Birn to hear about the magnitude of our modelling and benchmarking project, international emissions modelling lead Chris Kennett to talk through key insights from our North Sea benchmarking work, and upstream transformation expert Judson Jacobs to discuss some of the ways companies are approaching upstream emissions reduction.
Date: Tuesday, September 27, 2022
Time: 9:00 AM Central Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour
Technical Research Principal, S&P Global Commodity Insights
Vice President GHG Estimation & Coordination and Chief Analyst Canadian Oil Markets, S&P Global Commodity Insights
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