May 6, 202
The staggering pollution from Russia’s pre-war, largely unregulated oil and natural gas industry is getting much worse. To offset this and drive significant environmental improvements in oil and natural gas production worldwide, it is essential to have dynamic, technologically innovative U.S. oil and natural gas companies. Central to a cleaner industry is the widespread adoption of data analytics which directly results in reduced methane and other emissions. Expanded use of data also reduces flaring and makes drilling more efficient, among other benefits. Lexington Institute’s Paul Steidler discusses this in an Op-Ed in RealClearEnergy here.
The views and opinions expressed in this issue brief are those of the author.
|Paul Steidler is a Senior Fellow of the Lexington Institute, who researches, studies, and discusses energy and logistics issues. Steidler has 15 years’ experience in the research, analysis, and public commentary on energy generation and transmission issues. His work and views have appeared in such outlets as The New York Times, Associated Press, Reuters, Bloomberg, Investor’s Business Daily and numerous other news outlets. Mr. Steidler is a magna cum laude graduate from Villanova University with a B.A. in Political Science and Honors. He resides in Reston, Virginia