With climate change as a top legislative concern for the Biden administration and Congress, what can oil and gas executives and investors expect to see as potential actions on carbon and methane in the near future? What’s currently moving through Washington, D.C, and statehouses across the nation that may serve as guides or challenges to business strategies in the U.S. shale plays?
Beyond cutting emissions, capturing carbon can create a new resource for future economic growth. Imagine a world where technology recycles waste carbon emissions and makes new products, cleaning our air and giving carbon a second chance. This technology provider shows why innovation is rethinking how to not only get carbon out of the atmosphere but also reusing it to make products and more.
From completions to cutting flaring, optimizing the oil patch for a lesser environmental impact has become a necessity not only for satisfying investors, but also for optimizing operations. Putting the technology in place to make a new kind of drilling operation is a technological dance requiring several partners. These technology providers discuss how technology is making carbon management goals possible in the patch.
From the air and land, and by digital means, monitoring operations and infrastructure for methane emissions data is crucial to a carbon management strategy. These technology experts tell how monitoring methane is becoming easier, more efficient and more important.