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This document defines the course of action that has been taken to progressively work towards achieving real reductions in emissions of short lived climate pollutants at oil and gas facilities in Mexico, Colombia and Nigeria.
The work in Mexico has been building on previous work done in that jurisdiction through the Global Methane Initiative (GMI), the Global Gas Faring Reduction (GGFR) Partnership, Fast Start Funding provided by Environment Canada, as well gas significant in-kind and cash contributions by Clearstone Engineering Ltd. These activities comprised capacity building achieved through technical exchanges including workshops, field demonstrations and study tours, as well as measurement programs and prefeasibility studies to identify specific cost effective opportunities to reduce emissions of SLCPs.
The work in Colombia has followed a similar path. Key elements to achieving progress in each country have included the following: