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emissions measurement
& reduction

understanding a company's emissions and impact is central to our three key pillars

risk - emissions - engagement

Our extensive experience in the energy industry means we understand your operations and can help you measure your emissions footprint and implement meaningful reduction strategies

Our ISO 14064 qualified team can help you with:


Scope 1-2-3 emissions inventory calculation

Emissions scenarios to test strategic decisions

Carbon footprint of operational activities

Emissions & energy reduction initiatives

Our flexible, modular work packages can be customised to support you - whatever stage you are at - in your journey of understanding and reducing your emissions

sustain:able are proud to be signed up as a supporter of the Methane Emissions Initiative

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Reducing methane emissions from oil & gas operations is one of the best short-term opportunities to advance the goals of the Paris Agreement. It’s time for the industry to lead this effort.

"Our biggest challenge in this new century is to take an idea that seems abstract - sustainable development - and turn it into a reality for all the world's people."   - Kofi Annan

Greenhouse Gases (GHGs) are constituents of the atmosphere - both natural & anthropogenic - that absorb and emit infrared radiation at specific wavelengths

what are GHG emissions?

The seven GHG Protocol gases are converted to the equivalent warming impact of CO2 (CO2e) using a "Global Warming Potential" (GWP) factor determined by the IPCC

The gases addressed in the GHG Protocol include carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), nitrous oxide (N2O), nitrogen trifluoride (NF3), sulphur hexafluoride (SF6), hydrochloro-fluorocarbons (HFCs) and perfluorocarbons (PFCs)

why is it important to measure emissions?

The rate at which we are emitting GHGs through burning & venting fossil fuels is resulting in a rapid increase in global temperature. The rate of warming and associated changes is so fast that our natural world cannot adapt quickly enough

These changes are already having complex impacts. The natural world is severely disrupted and we are exposed to more frequent and severe weather events impacting all aspects of our modern society

Understanding your organisation's current emissions and impact is the first step - only then can you implement meaningful reduction strategies

direct benefits of managing

GHG emissions

Proactively identify & manage business, asset & stakeholder risks and opportunities 

Improve investment options by demonstrating a clear plan to minimise negative impacts

Understand your largest emissions sources & implement reduction strategies that have a big impact

Define & implement a science-based, realistic, achievable and defendable net-zero strategy

Maintain your organisation's Social License to Operate through transparent & honest communications

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