Navigating Green Pathways to Decarbonization
In response to climate concerns, most countries around the world have goals to reach net zero by 2050. This means that all greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions produced are balanced by an equal amount of emissions that are eliminated. As a result, energy companies will have to address many difficult questions to determine their best pathway to achieving this goal or meeting various forthcoming government regulations.
In the latest issue of Hydrocarbon Engineering, Cook Compression technical experts Craig Martin, Paul Modern, and Juan Moreno explore two potential pathways to decarbonization: emission reduction and hydrogen fuel.
Download a pdf below.