Pioneer, Devon and ConocoPhillips Join OGMP 2.0, Commit to Leading Methane Performance and Increased Transparency in Emissions Reporting


HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Three leading U.S. oil and natural gas producing companies, Pioneer Natural Resources Company (NYSE: PXD), Devon Energy Corp. (NYSE: DVN) and ConocoPhillips (NYSE: COP), jointly announced today that they have joined the Oil and Gas Methane Partnership (OGMP) 2.0 Initiative. The initiative’s mission is to improve the industry’s transparency in methane emissions reporting and encourage progress in reducing those emissions. The companies’ membership in OGMP 2.0 demonstrates their commitments to reducing methane emissions and meeting U.S. and global energy demand with reliable and responsibly sourced production.


OGMP 2.0已成为甲烷排放测量和报告的全球黄金标准。该计划的报告框架将为利益相关者提供保证,即负责任地管理这种重要的温室气体。反过来,将为参与的公司提供可靠地证明他们为缓解气候的贡献并反对其甲烷改善目标和目标的方法。加入该合作伙伴关系也代表了会员公司的承诺,以鼓励通过透明,灵活性和最佳实践共享在报告和甲烷排放减少方面的降低和甲烷排放量的提高。

Conocophillips董事长兼首席执行官Ryan Lance说:“减少包括甲烷在内的温室气体排放是Conocophillips的重要优先事项,我们很高兴与行业成员和利益相关者一起推进这一重要的排放管理领域。”“我们认为,在我们的全球资产中应用严格的OGMP 2.0报告标准将是我们在本世纪中叶前往零净运营排放的道路的重要一步。”

德文郡能源总裁兼首席执行官里克·蒙克里夫(Rick Muncrief)表示:“采用先进的甲烷检测技术和提高透明度是德文郡更广泛减少排放策略的关键组成部分,包括我们的目标是在范围内实现净零温室气体排放量到2050年。”LDsportsKENO快乐彩“我们认为,需要合作和集体努力以快速发展有意义的变化,并很高兴能与我们的行业同行一起加入OGMP 2.0,这些同行分享了德文郡为世界提供精力,同时减少我们对环境影响的影响。”

“Given that we operate in one of the largest oil producing basins in the world, enabling the reduction of methane emissions by utilizing accurate and transparent reporting is imperative for Pioneer as well as other large producers in the Permian Basin,” said Scott Sheffield, CEO of Pioneer Natural Resources Company. “We are excited to join OGMP 2.0 and collaborate with the United Nations Environment Programme, along with industry members and other stakeholders, on this important initiative to reduce methane emissions.”

“With Pioneer, Devon and ConocoPhillips joining OGMP 2.0, we have significantly increased the participation of U.S.-based companies,” said Giulia Ferrini, OGMP 2.0 Manager at UNEP. “We hope their membership encourages others to join this global effort aimed at improving methane emissions measurement and transparency, thereby supporting the goals of the Paris Agreement and the Global Methane Pledge.”

"We’re glad to see these companies take a leadership role in advancing methane measurement and disclosure,” said Andrew Logan, Senior Director of oil and gas at Ceres. “Oil and gas companies must be accountable for their methane emissions, which not only carry an outsized and avoidable climate impact, but also represent needlessly lost product, an obvious concern for any prudent shareholder. The Oil and Gas Methane Partnership 2.0 is a strong framework to advance both detection and accurate reporting, and it is important that we see other oil and gas companies follow ConocoPhillips, Devon, and Pioneer and join."

“今天的所有人都关注石油和天然气行业。马克·布朗斯坦(Mark Brownstein)在非营利性环境国防基金会的能源副总裁说:“利益相关者要求他们可以信任的真实,强大的排放数据。”“切割甲烷排放是最简单,最快的方法,可以帮助我们实现我们的能量和气候目标,即使全世界在长期脱碳方面都向前发展。有解决方案可以使公司快速,成本效率地减少排放。OGMP提供了一个全面透明的框架,以查看和比较其结果。”

The OGMP 2.0 Initiative is a voluntary, public-private partnership between the United Nations Environment Programme, the European Commission, the Environmental Defense Fund and over 80 oil and gas companies aimed at minimizing methane emissions from global oil and gas operations. Its work has helped to raise awareness of methane emissions and contributed to the growing priority of mitigation activities.

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About ConocoPhillips

ConocoPhillips is one of the world’s leading exploration and production companies based on both production and reserves, with a globally diversified asset portfolio. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, ConocoPhillips had operations and activities in 13 countries, $93 billion of total assets and approximately 9,400 employees at March 31, 2022. Production averaged 1,747 MBOED for the three months ended March 31, 2022, and proved reserves were 6.1 BBOE as of Dec. 31, 2021. For more information, go

About Devon Energy

Devon Energy is a leading oil and gas producer in the U.S. with a premier multi-basin portfolio headlined by a world-class acreage position in the Delaware Basin. Devon’s disciplined cash-return business model is designed to achieve strong returns, generate free cash flow, and return capital to shareholders, while focusing on safe and sustainable operations. For more information,


Pioneer is a large independent oil and gas exploration and production company, headquartered in Dallas, Texas, with operations in the United States. For more information, visit Pioneer’s website

About OGMP 2.0

The Oil & Gas Methane Partnership 2.0 (OGMP 2.0) is a multi-stakeholder initiative launched by UNEP and the Climate and Clean Air Coalition. The OGMP 2.0 is the only comprehensive, measurement-based reporting framework for the oil and gas industry that improves the accuracy and transparency of methane emissions reporting in the oil and gas sector. Already 80 companies with assets on five continents representing over 30% of the world’s oil and gas production, as well as over 20% of global natural gas transmission and distribution pipelines, over 10% of global storage capacity and nearly 15% of global LNG terminals have joined the partnership. For more,


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