June 2022, Vol. 249, No. 6

Features

Pipeline Isolation, Cross Compression Virtually Eliminate Emissions

By Aaron Madden, Market Development Manager, Strategy Execution, T.D. Williamson, USA   For corporations, countries and individuals alike, both long-range planning and daily behavior are increasingly influenced by two little words: net zero.  To meet internal commitments and improve environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance, more than 600 of the world’s 2,000 largest companies have committed to being net zero by 2050,1 which means they will remove as many greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions as possible, then compensate for any that cannot be removed.  Two-thirds of the world’s 198 countries have made this kind of promise or at least say they are thinking about doing so.  However,

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