News and events
All you need to know about MiQ and methane emissions
As we launch MiQ’s approach to methane abatement, we will publish research and thought pieces from our international team of experts, as well as hosting a series of events covering topics across the issue of methane emissions in the oil and gas value chain. Find everything you need here.
Solving the regulatory puzzle of methane emissions from imported natural gas.
As we go about our lives as consumers, we’re faced with limitless choices. How can you pick...
Methane is out of control and we need to manage it—to protect people and the planet.
News and Announcements
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?
Events and Webinars
The role of independent certification in incentivising methane emissions abatement in the global LNG market.
Discuss with us the roles institutional gas buyers can play to decrease greenhouse gas emissions in the near term as part of the clean energy transition.
The role of finance in reducing methane emissions from the oil and gas sector as part of the clean energy transition.
Lara Owens spoke to Joseph Murphy at Natural Gas World about MiQ welcoming the incoming regulation, but still seeing voluntary action as playing a crucial role in addressing emissions.
S&P Global Platts’s Harry Weber covers the announcement that Exxon Mobil is to seek certification of its natural gas production based on methane emissions.
Bloomberg Green’s Kevin Crowley writes on Exxon Mobil’s partnership with MiQ and its plans to seek certification of some of its natural gas production in the Permian Basin.