Today ExxonMobil has announced their commitment to begin using MiQ’s A-F certification process for natural gas.
Chesapeake is the first company to independently certify and continuously monitor its natural gas production across two major shale gas basins.
We are at a critical juncture in the fight against climate change. At least, that is what Governments, marketers, and companies the world over tell us. But then why aren’t they talking about methane emissions?
A new collaboration between two leading organisations is set to rapidly reduce damaging methane emissions from the production and transport of liquefied natural gas (LNG).
Northeast Natural Energy Seeks Certification under MiQ and EO100 Standards with Continuous Monitoring
Northeast Natural Energy Announces the Use of LUMEN Terrain as it Seeks Independent Certification of the Company’s Natural Gas Production through Equitable Origin and MiQ Standards.
EQT Corporation today announced its commitment to seek independent certification of a majority of its produced natural gas under certification standards developed by Equitable Origin and MiQ.
France’s Engie has halted its commitment to a long-term US liquefied natural gas (LNG) import contract with NextDecade Corp estimated at US$7 billion.
Leading efforts for more accurate measurement and reporting, as well as effective mitigation measures for methane emissions, which are critical to meeting global climate targets.
During the past few months, I have watched with growing excitement as Europe has been gathering momentum around the European Green Deal.
Over the last few months, in addition to facing a dire health crisis, we have all been witness to unexpected disruptions in our systems and society.
BP made headlines earlier this week, announcing ten new climate ambitions toward net zero emissions by 2050.