Italian energy company Eni has teamed up with technology company SLB for the measurement of fugitive methane emissions and reporting plans for its operating facilities across the world.

The partnership, which has commenced, is in line with Oil & Gas Methane Partnership 2.0 (OGMP 2.0) reporting standards.

OGMP 2.0 is the methane reporting and mitigation programme of the UN Environment Programme.

SLB said that through its End-to-end Emissions Solutions (SEES), Eni will get a picture of its fugitive methane emissions for reporting and to support its efforts to lower them.

Launched in March 2022, SEES offers a suite of services and technologies for measuring, monitoring, reporting and reducing methane emissions and emissions from flaring.

As per the OGMP 2.0 reporting standards, SEES will conduct source-level measurements and simulations of Eni’s emissions at several locations around Africa, Asia, Europe and North America.

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SLB will compile and evaluate the information and help the Italian oil and gas company submit its source-level emissions report to the OGMP.

SLB emissions business director Kahina Abdeli-Galinier said: “Measurement accuracy, speed and scale are three crucial elements for the oil and gas industry to drive down its methane emissions.

“Working collaboratively with Eni, we are leveraging our deep knowledge of OGMP 2.0 requirements and our global footprint to provide Eni with accurate, reliable methane data measurement and reporting across their on- and offshore operations in a rapid six-month delivery window.

“For Eni, and other producers, quickly scaling up this ability provides the necessary insights for accelerating progress toward addressing fugitive methane emissions.”

In July this year, Eni and SLB joined forces to deploy a vibroacoustic wave detection system for pipeline monitoring.