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Gas future hangs on emissions data transparency

Monitoring, certification and data science can sustain the fuel’s licence to operate

Cutting methane emissions in the oil and gas sector is critical for addressing climate change. One of the biggest challenges impeding progress is not financial or technological, but rather a lack of rigorous and transparent data. Advanced data science methods are also essential, as the raw data itself is not sufficient for decision-making. Independent monitoring efforts are helping regulators to form accurate guidelines. They are also helping energy companies optimise operations and produce verifiable ‘responsibly sourced’ gas (RSG), which provides an essential tool for the oil and gas industry to fend off mounting pressure from investors and the public to reach climate targets. Gas has be



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