Nigel Jenvey

Global Head of Carbon Management Gaffney Cline & Associates

Nigel Jenvey, SPE, is the global head of carbon management for Gaffney, Cline and Associates. He has more than 24 years of global oil and gas industry experience with major oil and gas oper-ating companies. Jenvey is an industry leader in carbon manage-ment and expert in carbon capture, use, and storage (CCUS), having previously been the chair of the CO2 Capture Project; chair of the North American CCS Association; program chair of the SPE CCUS Technical Section; and, most recently, alternate chair to the National Petroleum Council CCUS Study Coordinating Subcommittee. At Gaffney, Cline and Associates, he leads the global carbon management practice by providing independent and confidential advice on carbon intensity, methane management, carbon markets, CCUS, and green finance. Jenvey holds a master’s degree in petroleum engineering from Imperial College London.

  • Have you noticed that the pace, breadth, and depth of engagement in decarbonization within the oil and gas industry is going from strength to strength? In addition to corporate commitments and project announcements, this was evident in the content of OnePetro technical papers during the past year that demonstrate the industry is serious about implementation.
  • SPE papers and events that covered decarbonization during the past year show that a wide variety of solutions already exist that avoid, reduce, replace, offset, or sequester greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. It is clear, therefore, that decarbonization technologies will now be as important as 4D seismic, horizontal wells, and hydraulic fracturing.
  • Neeraj Gupta of the Battelle Memorial Institute and Nigel Jenvey of Maersk Oil and Gas comment on technology applications for carbon emission control and enhanced oil recovery.