Energy Transition

Our plan to tackle climate change through industry decarbonization

Energy Transition

Tackling climate change with IOGP Energy Transition programme

Carbon Capture, Transportation and Storage Committee

Chair: Laurence Gouet, TotalEnergies
Vice Chairs: Ola Miljeteig, Equinor; Brian Chase, Chevron; Jamie White, ExxonMobil
Director: Concetto Fischetti
Manager: Kevin Spencer

Launched in 2021, the Carbon Capture, Transportation, and Storage Committee will focus on accelerating the standardization of CCS to improve its cost, scheduling, and safety, thus ensuring widespread implementation of CCS. It will collaborate with other associations working in the climate change space, as well as with international and regional regulators and standards organizations.

Low Carbon Operational Efficiency Committee

Chair: Andy Best, bp
Vice Chair: Kamal Chhabra, Shell
Director: Concetto Fischetti
Manager: Dario Buccellato

Launched in 2021, the Low Carbon Operational Efficiency Committee will focus on decreasing CO2 emissions and methane intensity in upstream operations. It will coordinate its efforts with global industry groups including OGCI, Ipieca, API, EI, MGP, and GGFR.

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How IOGP is delivering a low carbon future

We live in a world where billions of tons of greenhouse gases are added to the atmosphere every year. Tackling climate change and achieving a low carbon future while meeting global energy demand is one of the greatest challenges of our lifetime. We all – the industry, governments, and society – have a responsibility to help achieve the Paris Agreement goals.

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