Oil and Gas Sector
Coal to gas: the influence of methane leakage. Wigley, T, 2011
Substitution of natural gas for coal: Climatic effects of utility sector emissions. Hayhoe K, et al, 2002. Climatic Change 54:107–139.
Methane and the greenhouse-gas footprint of natural gas from shale formations. Howarth RW, et al, 2011.Climatic Change.
The Greenhouse Impact of Unconventional Gas for Electricity Generation. Hultman, N., D. Rebois, M. Scholten, and C. Ramig. Environmental Research Letters 6 (2011): 044008
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Investors call for improved disclosure
IIGCC. IGCC. Ceres (2012) Global Climate Disclosure Framework for Pil & Gas Companies. IIGCC. IGCC. Ceres.
Identifying Cost Effective Adaptation Strategies
Addressing Climate Change Adaptation. IPIECA, 2012
Climate Change Impacts & Risk Management: A Guide for Business and Government, Department of the Environment and Heritage, Australian Greenhouse Office. 2006
Identifying Cost Effective Mitigation Strategies
Energy and Tourism (2012) Industrial Energy Efficiency Data Analysis – The Mining and Oil and Gas Extraction Sectors. ClimateWorks Australia and Department of Resources. Forthcoming
Energy Efficiency Savings in the Petroleum Refining. US EPA and the LBNL. 2005
Energy Efficiency Improvement and Cost Saving Opportunities For Petroleum Refineries An ENERGY STAR® Guide for Energy and Plant Managers. LBNL. Environmental Energy Technologies Division. 2011
Leaking Profits. NRDC, 2012
World Bank Global Gas Flaring Reduction Initiative. Flash Gas Compressor Operation Plant.