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Tackling emissions with AI

O&G firms must embrace greater digitisation to mitigate the impact of global warming and meet climate goals

The global oil and gas (O&G) industry has a significant challenge: it is responsible, either directly or indirectly, for close to half of all global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. As the impact of global warming becomes all too apparent, pressure is mounting rapidly—from activist investors, regulators, employees and society as a whole—for the industry to make progress, and quickly. To significantly reduce emissions for which they are responsible, companies need to identify and measure them as accurately as possible, determine the optimal means for abating them, execute the abatement, and then provide a full and accurate accounting of their decarbonisation efforts. And this is where dig

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