3. How could carbon-related costs impact the value of your upstream investment portfolio?
To help you identify value at risk, we calculate the potential financial liability associated with an asset’s upstream emissions, together with the impact on NPV and breakeven price, under a range of CO2 prices. You can also view individual asset data at the corporate or regional level, as well as climate-related financial liability on a risked or unrisked basis, to account for differences in regulatory approach.
4. What is the global emissions footprint of the upstream oil and gas industry?
Use our interactive Upstream Carbon Emissions Tool to view a visual snapshot of how Upstream emissions are likely to evolve by country out to 2025, together with the regulatory risk. Delve deeper into the data to see a breakdown of emissions by source, whether at a global or country level, as well as the potential value at risk under a range of carbon prices.
5. Which types of upstream assets are most/least carbon intensive?
Understand how different types of upstream assets (conventional, unconventional, deepwater, heavy oil) compare in terms of absolute emissions and intensity. Using the tool, get a breakdown of emissions by source to understand the differences between emissions profiles in more detail and how the emissions profile of assets in one country compare against those elsewhere.