Methane Emissions Reduction
The oil and gas industry is responsible for approx. 80 Mt of methane emissions annually, representing about 40% of methane emissions from human activity. These emissions can be reduced by over 75% with solutions such as leak detection, repair programmes, and upgrading leaky equipment. Methane abatement in oil and gas is very cost-effective to achieve. Around 40% of methane emissions could be avoided at no net cost.*
Electrification of valve actuation helps to reduce emissions from oil and gas operations. Rotork’s smart, low power solutions are perfectly suited for upstream oil and gas processes to help operators achieve emission reduction goals.
Rotork actuators and controllers deliver high performance and reliability for every upstream oil and gas application.
Rotork delivers reliable and advanced actuation solutions and works in partnership with operators to reduce emissions, improve process efficiencies and increase production output.
An assembly of valves, spools and fittings that provide flow control of an oil or gas well.
Multiple flow control systems operate together on a custody transfer metering skid.
Gas lift is a method of artificial lift that uses high-pressure gas to lift the well fluids.
*Information source: The International Energy Agency, Global Methane Tracker 2023.