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Responsibly Produced Gas

Jonah Energy is focused on implementation of new technologies, demonstrated accountability, and sustainability in the protection of air, land, water and wildlife. Our Responsibly Produced Gas (RPG) initiative is at the heart of the effort to reduce our impact, particularly as it relates to methane emissions.  For the past decade we’ve taken steps to reduce, measure and report emissions. We’ve reduced our methane emissions per unit of natural gas produced 68% over the past three years, resulting in one of the lowest emission intensities of any operator in the United States.

As part of our ongoing Responsibly Produced Gas initiative, we partner with a variety of environmental and community groups to further enhance our environmental protections and actively engage with a variety of community partners throughout Wyoming.

Jonah Energy’s Responsibly Produced Gas initiative is based on proven environmental sustainability, including:

  • Air emission reductions
  • Reduced surface disturbance and a world-class reclamation program
  • Leading water recycling and groundwater protection measures
  • Enhanced protection of wildlife
  • Community partnerships
  • Partnerships with environmental conservation organizations

What powers our Responsibly Produced Gas initiative:

  • Drone technology and LDAR practices
  • Innovative FLIR program incorporates new technology to track, identify and monitor emissions
  • Continuous monitoring and testing of air emissions
  • Better methane intensity score than industry benchmark of 0.62%
  • Solar power on over 4,000 field units generating over 1.73MW of energy, enough to power 397 homes
  • No sourcing of water from rivers or lakes, and all water used in our operations is either recycled for reuse or treated and injected in on-site facilities

Jonah Energy’s past and present operations in the Jonah Field reflect the company’s commitment to gainful and responsible natural gas production, as well as environmental sustainability and protection.

Steve Harshman, speaker of the Wyoming House of Representatives

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