Methane Reduction Offset Project Aggregation Pool B
The opportunity to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from this project arises through the direct reduction of natural gas (methane) venting from pneumatic instruments. The vented gas is a result of instrument gas driven pneumatic devices and can be reduced by converting those devices to either a lower-vent equivalent, instrument air, electrification or pneumatic vent gas capture and destruction. Alternatively, an instrument air system or electrified devices may be installed on greenfield sites as opposed to a pneumatic system. All pneumatic project types are small in scale and therefore require the aggregation of multiple sites to make the creation of offset credits viable. A number of project sites will be included in this aggregation with the potential of additional sites being added in the future, using the same methodology and approach as laid out in this Offset Project Plan (OPP).
This Project identifies oil and gas sites that have already converted pneumatic devices on a brownfield site to a low or no vent device and/or system, and/or sites that have installed an instrument air or electric system on greenfield sites.
Greenhouse Gas Emission Reductions from Pneumatic Devices
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