Nigeria to receive support for methane mitigation from Oil and gas sector

Lagos — Nigeria is poised to receive substantial support in its endeavor to mitigate methane emissions originating from the oil and gas sector, through collaboration between the Nigerian Upstream Petroleum Regulatory Commission, NUPRC, and the Climate and Clean Air Coalition.

This collaborative effort signifies a significant step towards addressing environmental challenges associated with the energy industry.

Methane, a potent greenhouse gas, has been a growing concern globally, and this partnership is tailored to bolster Nigeria’s initiatives in curbing its impact on climate change.

As a prime regulator in Nigeria’s Oil and Gas sector, the Nigerian Upstream Petroleum Regulatory Commission, is set to leverage the expertise and resources of Climate and Clean Air Coalition.

This collaboration that encompasses a multifaceted approach, including knowledge sharing, technological support, and joint research efforts, is aimed at devising effective methane mitigation strategies.

The Climate and Clean Air Coalition, Renowned for its dedication to air quality and climate related initiatives, the Climate and Clean Air Coalition is bringing its wealth of experience to the partnership.

As nations worldwide intensify efforts to adopt sustainable practices, partnerships like these demonstrate collective commitment to mitigating the environmental footprint of industrial activities.

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