Methane Challenge Program
Methane Challenge publishes the 2021 BMP and ONE Future data! (September 2023)
Methane Challenge Program partners transparently report systematic and comprehensive actions to reduce methane emissions and are publicly recognized as leaders in reducing methane emissions in the U.S. Reducing methane emissions reduces operational risk, increases efficiency, and demonstrates company concern for the environment, with benefits spanning from climate change to air quality improvements to conservation of a non-renewable energy resource.
Methane Challenge partners also enjoy the benefits of the Natural Gas STAR Program:
- Information Sharing and Technology Transfer – EPA facilitates Technology Transfer and Implementation Workshops to help partners learn about new and innovative technologies and practices.
- Peer Networking – Partners can participate in Technology Transfer Workshops, Implementation Workshops, and Web-based communications to build strong networks with industry peers and keep up on industry trends, initiatives, and the latest technologies.
- Voluntary Record of Reductions – Through Program participation and reporting, companies create a permanent record of their voluntary accomplishments in reducing methane emissions. In addition, annual reporting allows EPA to provide feedback to partners through individual, detailed summary reports.
- Public Recognition – EPA provides recognition to highlight partner achievements in articles, industry journals, technical studies and fact sheets. EPA also helps partners communicate Program achievements to shareholders, customers, and the public.
Learn More About the Program:
- Methane Challenge Partners
- Methane Challenge Partner Commitments
- Commitment Options
- Join the Program
- Implement the Program
- Methane Challenge Reporting
- Methane Challenge Continuous Improvement