The British-Dutch oil company, Royal Dutch Shell, announced that its goal was to maintain the volume of methane emissions on all gas and oil assets below the level of 0.2% by 2025. This goal is consistent with the company's intention by 2050 to halve the net level of greenhouse gas emissions from its energy products. To achieve this goal, Shell uses systems such as infrared cameras to detect methane emissions. To eliminate leaks, the company uses advanced technologies, and also uses low-emission equipment.
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