EnLink Midstream has published its strategy to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
The company operates gathering and transport pipelines, processing plants, fractionators, barge and rail terminals, product storage facilities, brine disposal wells, and an extensive crude oil trucking fleet.
EnLink will work to achieve emissions reduction milestones including: achieving a 30% reduction in methane emissions intensity by 2024, as compared to 2020 levels, and pursuing a path to reach a 30% reduction in our total CO2e emissions intensity by 2030, as compared to 2020 levels.
The company is evaluating numerous emissions reduction innovations, process improvements, and opportunities, which may include:
- Replacing or retrofitting natural gas-driven pneumatic controllers to lower-emitting alternatives
- Increasing usage of renewable energy to power our operations
- Converting natural gas-driven equipment, such as compressor engines, to run on electricity
- Implementing carbon capture technologies for beneficial reuses or sequestration of carbon dioxide
“We believe natural gas and petroleum products will continue to serve as critical fuel sources. Nearly 90% of EnLink’s business is focused on lower-emitting natural gas and natural gas liquids, so we provide products that our lives and economy will need for decades to come, while lessening the industry’s carbon impact,” said Barry E. Davis, EnLink chairman and CEO.
For more information visit: www.investor.enlink.com
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