A thought-piece by Capterio. Last Saturday’s attacks on the two energy facilities in Saudi Arabia (including the world’s largest oil processing facility at Abqaiq) have reduced Saudi’s output of light crude oil by some 5.7 million barrels per day. Beyond the obvious economic devastation, the significance of the attack is in its scale. Half of […]
If you have a flaring issue or are facing production curtailment because of third party shut-ins or regulatory restrictions (e.g. AER Directive 060) then Capterio can help…
Capterio presents “The Good Fight Against GHG Emissions”, at Energy Conference hosted by EPRG and CEEPR
Gas has a key role in the transition, but we must address emissions. The GHG problem is fixable … with today’s technologies. The business as usual approach isn’t working; real change will need: New incentives, New operating models, New technologies
Capterio is working closely to interpret these data and identify opportunities.
We are pleased to announce our new name and logo – Capterio! Capterio is derived from the Latin aerio (meaning ‘gas’) and ‘capture.’ We look forward to continuing our work in this space under our the new name, which more appropriately represents our focus.
Mark Davis (Capterio CEO) highlights the opportunity to convert more than 450 gas flares across Northern Africa into an additional 1.4 BCF (15 BCM) per day of gas…
Capterio delivers keynote presentation at Finding Petroleum Forum on monetising flared, leaked and vented gas
Aside from a lack of issue awareness, Capterio CEO Mark Davis describes several systemic barriers to addressing fugitive emissions throughout the oil and gas supply chain.