A clean gas future
Gas. It’s something we take for granted and don’t really pay too much attention to.
One of the world’s most commonly used resources, it’s always been there when we need it.
But what do we know about gas and the emissions from extraction, processing and transportation?
To answer these important questions, we first need to take a step back and realise not all gas is equal, as different fields and different transportation methods release varying emissions.
And just as not all gas is equal, not all emissions reporting is consistent with the majority of showing the larger the producer, the more emissions they tend to have. However, there can be a large variation in the emissions intensity, which is how much pollution is produced per unit of energy.