BP deploys continuous methane measurement for new major oil and gas projects

BP announced that it will deploy continuous measurement of methane emissions in its future BP-operated oil and gas. BP Magazine looks back on some six decades of history. BP Chargemaster, the UK’s leading electric vehicle charging company. Company processing projects as part of its program to detect, measure and reduce methane emissions. Profit will grow its existing biofuels business in Brazil by more than 50%. BP agrees to sell all Alaska operations and interests to Hilcorp for $5.6 billion. It will be rolled out to all new major projects worldwide.

BP and Eni signed an exploration and production sharing agreement for Block 77. The technology has also been tested and installed in existing facilities such as BP’s giant natural gas. BP and leading mobility platform DiDi develop a new charging network in the world’s biggest market. It is a key part of BP’s wider and longer-term strategy. Company expanding partnership into fuel and convenience retailing and aviation fuels in India. The data generated will help BP identify the largest opportunities to tackle methane emissions.

Gordon Birrell, BP’s chief operating officer for production says “This program represents an industry first and reflects our commitment to be a leader”.

It ultimately aimed at delivering and improving on BP’s methane intensity target of 0.2%. BP has announced the sale of all its operations and interests in the US state of Alaska. The thriving market for low carbon deals is a growing part of the job. The deployment of this technology represents a major step-change in the oil and gas industry. It combine with DiDi’s unrivalled platform for ride-hailing. The assets might be new and emerging. Developing a nationwide ultra-fast charging network is just the latest development for BP Chargemaster.

The transaction includes interests in giant Prudhoe Bay field and Trans Alaska Pipeline. Block 77 covers a total area of over 2,700 square kilometres. The new technology will help us do that by detecting methane emissions in real time. BP sent geologists to explore the remote region and opened its first office. The faster and more accurately it can identify and measure leaks. BP and Eni will each hold a 50% interest in the EPSA. It rapidly expanding the existing nationwide network of fuel retailing outlets to 5,500.

BP gained sufficient confidence to bid in three state lease sales in the 1960s. BP is also aiming to make use of a network of complementary technology. Eni acting as operator during the exploration phase. It create a brand-new charging network in the country. It including a new generation of drones, hand-held devices and multi-spectral flare combustion cameras. The technology has made the process of buying and selling more efficient. Many of today’s technological breakthroughs were only aspirations until recently.

It already beginning to see algorithms determining the most efficient terms. BP teams drilled the confirmation well for the Prudhoe Bay oilfield in 1968. Now it have the technology and solutions to get after this challenge. Hilcorp is largest private operator in Alaska, specializing in managing and optimizing mature oil and gas assets. BP is determined to be the fuel provider of choice whether drivers need electric charging. The announcement follows BP’s recently announced Upstream Carbon fund.

$100 million of funding for selected emission reduction projects to deliver new greenhouse gas. The $10.5 billion acquisition of the bulk of BHP’s onshore US shale assets. By the end of 2018, BP generated 2.5 million tonnes of sustainable GHG emissions reductions throughout its businesses. BP confirmed a three-year partnership with the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF). Company provides significant progress towards $10 billion divestment programme and advances BP’s strategic agenda. BP and Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) announced that they have agreed to form a new joint venture.

Company require around 30,000 workers to complete the feat of engineering. The new 150kW chargers are able to provide convenient ultra-fast charging to the latest and next generation of EVs. BP is also a founding member of the Oil and Gas Climate Initiative. It brings together 13 of the world’s largest energy companies and has set up a $1 billion investment fund. The agreement for this significant new exploration opportunity follows from the heads of agreement. The methane emissions and invest in complementary technology.

“For gas to play its fullest role in the energy transition, we have to keep it in the pipe”, said Gordon Birrell.

Company planned rollout of 400 ultra-fast chargers at BP sites across the UK by the end of 2021. BP supports the Methane Guiding Principles, which were developed by a coalition of industry, institutions. BP announced that it has agreed to sell its entire business in Alaska to Hilcorp Alaska. BP opened a pilot site in May 2019 in collaboration with DiDi. It reduce methane emissions across the gas value chain. BP participates in a number of World Bank flaring reduction initiatives. Block 77 is located 30 kilometres east of the BP-operated Block 61.

It including the Global Gas Flaring Reduction Partnership (GGFR). Hilcorp will purchase all of BP’s interests in the state. It is also a member of the ‘Zero Routine Flaring by 2030′ initiative. BP successfully brought the major Khazzan project into production in 2017. BP’s forecourts are ideal locations for the technology. Formed in 2008, Chargemaster was acquired by BP in 2018 and renamed BP Chargemaster. It eliminate routine flaring from operated oil assets by 2030. BP reports progress to the World Bank each year.

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