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June 16, 2020

UK oil and gas industry announces pathway to reduce emissions

Oil and Gas UK (OGUK), the trade association body, has published a new report outlining the plans of the offshore industry to halve operational emissions within the next 10 years, demonstrating the industry’s pathway to decarbonisation.

By Yoana Cholteeva

Oil and Gas UK (OGUK), the trade association body, has published a new report outlining the plans of the offshore industry to halve operational emissions within the next 10 years, demonstrating the industry’s pathway to decarbonisation.

The ‘Production Emissions Targets Report’ also focuses on how skills, capabilities, and infrastructure can be used to make a major contribution to enabling the UK ambition of net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.

OGUK chief executive officer Deirdre Michie said: “We remain committed to addressing the challenge of climate change, as outlined in our Roadmap2035. Our industry will play its part by reducing its emissions and developing the solutions to contribute to the UK’s overall targets.”

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