PureWest Energy, an independent natural gas company based in Wyoming’s Green River Basin, has announced that it has chosen Validere as the company’s emissions quantification and reconciliation solution.
A measurement, reporting, and verification (MRV) SaaS company, Validere’s Carbon Hub SaaS platform and team of industry experts will synthesise PureWest’s emissions and operational data, informing the company’s carbon reduction strategies. This data-driven approach complements PureWest’s Project Canary TrustWell™ certification and fieldwide stationary monitoring strategy.
Kelly Bott, SVP, ESG, Land, and Regulatory at PureWest, said: “Validere’s technology and team will play vital roles, enabling us to further reduce our emissions. After evaluating available offerings in the market, we aligned on working with Validere due to their unique ability to understand the data challenges as well as nuances of the evolving landscape for regulations and voluntary initiatives.”
Validere will validate and organise operational and emissions data into a consolidated platform that PureWest can utilise across multiple emission reduction initiatives. In particular, this will allow PureWest to highgrade its emissions data as part of commitments to the Oil and Gas Methane Partnership (OGMP) 2.0. As a recognised top ESG performer, PureWest recently joined the initiative as an important next step in the company’s mission to responsibly deliver essential energy with exceptional reliability and proven environmental stewardship.
As a key technology partner, Validere will transform disparate, disconnected data into actionable insight while providing expert guidance to help PureWest further reduce emissions and chart a clear path through evolving regulations. Using data and deep industry expertise to drive decisions, Validere looks to address the most pressing energy challenges through an integrated, holistic approach.
Kayla Ball, Chief Product Officer at Validere, commented: “PureWest prioritises measurement-based emissions as the foundation to its mitigation strategy. With a solid baseline of data built around strategic deployment of measurement technology, we are excited to work with PureWest, integrating operations and emissions data to further accelerate emissions reductions in a way that is transparent, auditable, and credible.”
Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/drilling-and-production/01112022/purewest-selects-validere-as-emissions-measurement-reporting-and-verification-solution/
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