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Reducing Emissions

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#Pipeline operators are reducing direct emissions from their operations, indirect emissions generated by the energy they use, and third-party emissions. 
#Pipelines are powered primarily by electric pumps. The pipe, pumps, and valves of a liquids pipeline emit hardly any GHGs. 
#Pipeline companies are reducing the emissions their facilities produce with more energy-efficient buildings.  
#Pipeline companies are reducing the emissions of their fleets by investing in energy-efficient cars and trucks. 
By shrinking their already-small carbon footprint, #pipeline operators are reducing Scope 1 emissions.  
#Pipeline operators are reducing their indirect emissions by using more efficient pumps, adding drag-reducing agents to their pipelines, and using delivery strategies to maximize system efficiency.  
#Pipeline operators are reducing their indirect emissions by using cleaner electrical power for their operations.  
#Pipeline companies are not only investing in renewable energy projects to provide lower-carbon electricity to the grid, they are also investing in their own wind and solar facilities to provide clean power for their operations.  
By using cleaner electricity and increasing efficiency, #pipeline operators are reducing Scope 2 emissions. 
#Pipeline operators are delivering more renewable fuels with a lower carbon content than traditional fuels.  
#Pipeline-delivered renewable diesel made from natural products helps trucks emit fewer greenhouse gasses.  
Families in India, Asia and Africa are replacing higher-polluting cooking fuels with cleaner-burning American fuels.  
Mothers and their children are the biggest beneficiaries of healthier indoor air, reduced cooking time, less effort to acquire fuel, and improved quality of life.  
#Pipelines help protect the environment by transporting captured carbon for safe storage, keeping it out of the atmosphere. 
#Pipelines are transporting captured carbon emissions from industrial facilities to permanent storage.  
Making steel, aluminum and cement emits carbon dioxide, which can be captured before it enters the atmosphere.  
A #pipeline can take the captured GHG emissions away, transporting them long distances if needed, delivering them to safe, permanent storage underground.  
#Pipeline projects are planned to capture carbon emissions from ethanol plants that are producing cleaner-burning fuels with corn.  
A CO2 #pipeline system can serve multiple plants in a region and deliver all of their GHG emissions to a permanent, underground storage site. 
#Pipeline operators are helping to reduce the emissions of other energy users.

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