Reduce Emissions with Improved Pressure Relief Devices
11 January 2021
The oil and gas industry faces the dual challenge of transitioning to a low-carbon energy future to manage the risks of air pollution and climate change, while simultaneously expanding access to the economic and social benefits afforded by petroleum energy to the global population.
As oil and gas producers and processors announce ambitious plans to measure, reduce, and report emissions over the medium- and long-term, it is easy to overlook what immediate, cost-effective equipment changes and process improvement practices can be incorporated to achieve environmental, social, and governance (ESG) goals. These changes and improvements can also build stakeholder confidence with respect to the reporting of greenhouse gases (GHG), volatile organic compounds (VOC), and hazardous air pollutant emissions.
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