Comstock Resources partners with MiQ to certify natural gas production
Published by Nicholas Woodroof,
Comstock will use the MiQ Standard, a framework that assesses and grades methane emissions intensity, enhanced monitoring technology deployment and operating practices that promote a culture of emissions management and continuous improvement, for its facilities in North Louisiana and East Texas, which currently produce approximately 2 billion ft3/d of natural gas.
The partnership highlights Comstock's ongoing commitment to produce natural gas under strict environmental standards and deliver differentiated, responsibly sourced gas based on methane intensity to both domestic and international markets. Comstock's goal is to achieve the MiQ certified natural gas status in the first half of 2022.
Comstock has engaged Responsible Energy Solutions, LLC as the third-party auditor for the certification process which will follow the MiQ Standard.
M. Jay Allison, Comstock's Chairman and CEO, commented: "As a leading natural gas producer in the Haynesville shale, Comstock is committed to environmental stewardship. Over the past three years, we have lowered our GHG emission intensity by 38% and our methane emission intensity by 16%, while growing our production by approximately 4.5 times over the same period. Our partnership with MiQ to certify our natural gas in accordance with the highest environmental standards demonstrates our commitment."
MiQ is a not-for-profit partnership between RMI, formerly the Rocky Mountain Institute, and global sustainability consultancy SYSTEMIQ, which is pioneering a market-based approach to rapidly reduce methane emissions across the global natural gas sector.
George Tijbosch, Senior Advisor at MiQ, said: "Methane abatement remains a huge priority for the world achieving its climate goals and we welcome the partnership with Comstock Resources. We look forward to a fruitful relationship and working with them to achieve their environmental goals."
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