Understanding the GHG intensity of Crude Oil: The challenge of averages

Presented by Cathy Crawford Director of GHG Accounting and Estimation IHS Markit Governments, industry, investors, and other stakeholders are increasingly interested in understanding the implications of energy transition on the competitiveness of upstream oil and gas operations. Greenhouse gas (GHG) intensity, or emissions per unit of output, has become a key metric of interest. In response, oil and gas companies have increased disclosure, academia has produced more research, and various consultancies and non-governmental organizations are generating their own estimates. However, there are challenges with consistency which limit the comparability and, ultimately, the use of these data. This presentation will discuss the implications of Environmental, […]

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