Member-specific Research

Sustainable Gas Institute researchers work together with SGI members to address their specific challenges in the sustainable gas space.

The SGI recently worked in partnership with Enagás to improve our understanding of methane emissions:

“Enagás is strongly committed to climate change and reducing methane emissions from the value chain. Partnership with the Sustainable Gas Institute has helped us quantify how natural gas can contribute to a low carbon economy.

We now have a better understanding of the methane fugitive emissions reduction existing potential from our natural gas infrastructures which will help LNG to find its place in the maritime sector in the near future.”

Claudio Rodriguez, Infrastructures General Manager at Enagás, Spain