Changes intended to add transparency, extend certification to other gas sectors.

By Dale Lunan

Equitable Origin (EO) said August 19 it was considering a trio of supplements to its EO100™ standard for responsible energy development, and is seeking public and industry comment before implementing the changes.

The three supplements would add greenhouse gas intensity to EO’s certification process, publish key performance indicators to improve certification transparency and add specific metrics for the certification of natural gas transmission and storage operations.

Deadline for feedback on the proposed measures is October 30. Additional information on the three planned supplements can be found on EO’s website.