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Emissions management and leak detection documentation have been inconsistent and fragmented. As a result, substantial time has been spent collating, cleaning, and verifying data for compliance reporting. New emissions management rules in New Mexico, along with proposed US EPA regulations, will continue to add to this documentation burden.
As a private equity-backed company, it is incumbent upon Steward Energy to proactively manage its GHG emissions and increase the frequency and scope of its climate-related performance reporting. A growing amount of fragmented GHG reporting data resided in disparate spreadsheets, operations logs, databases, and with 3rd party consultants. This made reporting GHG emissions and accurately measuring emission reductions a time-consuming, disruptive and, often times, an inaccurate process.
An US oil and gas exploration company has committed to being a carbon neutral energy producer. Achieving this goal required robust GHG emissions tracking and reporting capabilities, effective decarbonization planning and communications tools, and a viable quality control and assurance process.