How It WorksMiQ certification
A credible and universal standard for assessing the methane emissions performance of natural gas and differentiating its supply on that basis.
Creating an actionable standard for today
The MiQ Standard – developed with input from the energy sector and environmental stakeholders – goes beyond simple emission factors, to bring rigour to methane emissions management in an independent and third-party audited system. The Standard is compatible with existing voluntary schemes as well as regulatory frameworks, and will continually improve as technologies and best practices evolve.
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Debbie Gordon is a senior principal in the Climate Intelligence Program at RMI, where she leads the Oil and Gas Solutions Initiative.
Climate change is the single biggest threat to our global future. Our sea levels are rising, our droughts are becoming more severe, our forests are burning, and our storms are becoming more extreme.
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