Environment

Industry consortium pilot project successfully demonstrates the significant potential of satellite technology in methane emissions detection and mitigation.
Although 2022 did not match 2021’s record of over 19.5 GW of online capacity, 2022 witnessed the second highest amount of global online capacity with almost 8.5 GW. Final investment decisions (FIDs) were taken on over 11.5 GW of projects, making it the fourth highest year for FIDs.
The University of Texas at Austin will be home to a multidisciplinary research and education initiative, the Energy Emissions Modeling and Data Lab, which aims to address the growing need for accurate, timely, and clear accounting of greenhouse-gas emissions across global oil and natural gas supply chains.

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