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  • Enagas signs guiding principles for reducing methane emissions
    édité le 12/07/2018 - Plus de news de "Enagas" - Voir la fiche entreprise de "Enagas"


Enagas signs guiding principles for reducing methane emissions
Enagás has signed the 'Guiding Principles on Reducing Methane Emissions across the Natural Gas Value Chain' developed in collaboration with different companies and international institutions in the sector, including the International Energy Agency (IEA), United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), Environmental Defense Fund (EDF), International Gas Union (IGU) and Sustainable Gas Institute (SGI).

These Guiding Principles focus on five key areas: improving accuracy of methane emissions data; increasing transparency; continually reducing methane emissions; advocating sound policies and regulations on methane emissions; and advancing strong performance across gas value chains.

This commitment is a part of other broader initiatives put into place by the international energy industry to enhance the role of the gas sector in the context of decarbonising the economy and the fight against climate change.

This signing by Enagás highlights the company’s commitment to reducing methane emissions, a field in which Enagás has been working for many years. Among other advances, the company has perfected the detection of methane emissions with the support of the Enagás start-up Vira Gas Imaging, a manufacturer of infra-red cameras. Furthermore, the company actively collaborates with different associations on related study and research.

‘Numerous studies have shown the importance of quickly reducing methane emissions if we are to meet growing energy demand and multiple environmental goals,’ said Mark Radka, head of the UN Environment’s Energy and Climate Branch, adding: ‘The Guiding Principles provide an excellent framework for doing so across the entire natural gas value chain, particularly if they’re linked to reporting on the emissions reductions achieved.’

About Enagás

Enagás is the leading company with the largest number of LNG terminals and regasification capacity in Europe. With almost 50 years’ experience and presence in Spain, Mexico, Chile, Peru and Sweden, Enagás is also one of the shareholders of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) project. The company is certified as a Transmission System Operator (TSO) by the European Union and is an international benchmark in the development and operation of gas networks. It owns more than 12,000 km of gas pipelines, four strategic storages and eight regasification plants. In Spain, Enagás is the Technical Manager of the Gas System and has developed the country's key gas infrastructures, making it a model within Europe.
Listed on the IBEX 35 Spanish stock market, Enagás is present in the main sustainability indexes such as the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI), for ten years in a row. The company is the world leader of its sector, according to the latest DJSI revision.
Enagás is also committed to the fight against climate change through initiatives to promote the use of renewable gases, such as biomethane and hydrogen, and through the development of actions for energy efficiency and sustainable mobility.


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