Plugging abandoned oil wells isn't just required by regulatory bodies—it's also an opportunity to significantly reduce methane emissions. With more than 281 kilotons of methane emitted by abandoned wells per year in the U.S., unplugged wells negatively impact human health, increases climate change and amplifies risk to nearby O&G operations.
Download our infographic today to learn more about how plugging wells can help us meet our 2030 emission reduction targets.
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Not plugging abandoned wells leaves you susceptible to regulatory fines, the inability to begin new projects and lost business. See why plugging can help your company stay in good standing and continue to grow in our infographic, 'The True Costs of Abandoned Wells in the U.S.'
Plants & Goodwin has 50 years of experience in plug & abandonment. We work directly with our partners to deliver solutions when you need them, not weeks or months down the road. When timing matters, P&G is ready.
In 'The True Costs of Abandoned Wells in the U.S.,' we examine why wells become abandoned, the environmental impact of non-plugged wells and the growing opportunities to plug and create jobs.