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Shell and BP join Collaboratory for Advancing Methane Science (CAMS)

SIEP, Inc. (Shell) and BP recently joined the Collaboratory for Advancing Methane Science (CAMS), an industry-led consortium helping the natural gas and oil industry continue to improve its environmental performance. Working to deliver transparent data to evaluate the most effective methane emissions reduction strategies, CAMS was established by leading industry companies Cheniere, Chevron, Equinor, ExxonMobil, and Pioneer Natural Resources.

CAMS is pursuing studies advancing science on where and how methane emissions are occurring along the natural gas value chain. The University of Texas-Austin recently started working on CAMS’ first project to develop an open access oil and gas operations emissions calculator. The open source model will estimate methane emissions at a basin level and enable operators to evaluate effectiveness of mitigation strategies. It will incorporate knowledge from past studies into the model, and will assess spatial and temporal variations in emissions.

Results from all CAMS projects will be submitted for publication in peer-reviewed scientific journals, offering transparent data to help stakeholders identify the most effective reduction strategies. These efforts will complement recent methane emissions studies sponsored by government agencies and academia and build on lessons learned from that body of work. In addition, the group will evaluate new tools and technologies to better detect leaks and characterize emissions.

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