GHG emissions with Nsolv
2.4 million litres/year
of diesel saved at Raglan mine with Hatch Microgrid Controller
of new electricity generation in 2015 from renewables
As natural gas becomes increasingly abundant, barriers are leading to depressed prices for the foreseeable future, with very little upside projected. Our solution is simple: enabling technology to produce higher value, higher demand products that benefit consumers and can be readily exported.
Renewable energy will be critical to achieving net zero operations within the next 25 – 30 years. So how do we get there in mining?
How will we achieve net-zero emissions when the reality is that global energy consumption continues to increase? Carbon capture utilization and storage is one way to significantly reduce the carbon footprint realized through the production of oil and gas.
Monday, September 21, 2020
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