Welcome to ONE Future

The ONE Future Coalition is a group of 36 Natural Gas companies working together to voluntarily reduce methane emissions across the Natural Gas value chain to 1% (or less) by 2025. Our coalition is comprised of some of the largest Natural Gas Production, Gathering & Boosting, Processing, Transmission & Storage and Distribution companies in the U.S. and represents approximately 15% of the U.S. natural gas value chain. In 2019 the coalition registered a methane intensity number of 0.334%, beating its one percent goal by 67%, demonstrating that the natural gas industry can minimize methane emissions and increase production and throughput while supplying much needed energy to the U.S. and around the globe for years to come.

Welcome to ONE Future
Production Gathering and Boosting Processing Distribution Transmission and Storage

Production

From 2017 to 2018 ONE Future’s Production Sector decreased methane emission intensity by 52% while increasing throughput by 18%. ONE Future’s Production Sector encompasses:

  • 6.6 Million+ Net acres in 11 US Basins
  • 61+ Tcfe of Net Proved Reserves
  • 13.3+ Bcfe/day
  • 5.7+ Bcf produced in 2019

Gathering and Boosting

From 2017 to 2018 ONE Future’s Gathering & Boosting Sector decreased methane emission intensity by 70% while increasing throughput by 262%. ONE Future’s Gathering & Boosting Sector encompasses:

  • 25,000+ Miles of Pipe
  • 31,000+ Bcf/day Inlet Gathering Capacity
  • 395,000+ Mcf/day System Capacity

Processing

From 2017 to 2018 ONE Future’s Processing Sector decreased methane emission intensity by 38% while increasing throughput by 806%. ONE Future’s Processing Sector processes:

  • .77+ MMBls/day
  • 9.1+ Bcf/day Inlet Capacity

Distribution

From 2017 to 2018 ONE Future’s Distribution Sector decreased methane emission intensity by 11% while increasing throughput by 9%. ONE Future’s Distribution Sector powers:

  • 36.6+ Million Customers
  • 419,500 Miles of Pipe
  • 405 Bcf of Storage Capacity
  • 30 States

Transmission and Storage

From 2017 to 2018 ONE Future’s Transmission & Storage Sector decreased methane emission intensity by 27% while increasing throughput by 51%. ONE Future’s Transmission & Storage Sector encompasses:

  • 179,000+ Miles of Pipeline in 48 states
  • 1,419 Compressor Stations
  • 2800+ Bcfe of Natural Gas Storage
  • 173+ Natural Gas Storage Facilities

Welcome to ONE Future

We are a group of natural gas companies working together to voluntarily reduce methane emissions across the natural gas supply chain. Our goal is to collectively achieve a science-based average rate of methane emissions across facilities equivalent to one percent (or less) of total natural gas production.

Our Goal Is Simple

Using uniform, EPA-approved reporting protocols, the coalition registered a 2019 methane intensity number of 0.334%, beating its one percent goal by 67%.

2020 numbers will be published in Q4 2021.

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Key Statistics

Natural gas is an essential component of America’s energy mix and supplies approximately one-fourth of all energy used in the U.S. It is abundant, reliable, cost-effective and the cleanest burning fossil fuel.

Source: Energy Information Administration

Natural Gas Powers America

Natural Gas Powers America

Natural gas serves 69 million homes, 5.5 million businesses – such as hotels, restaurants, hospitals, schools and supermarkets; 185,400 factories; and 1,825 electric generating units.

Natural Gas is Local and Plentiful

Natural Gas is Local and Plentiful

The U.S. produces more natural gas than any other nation in the world, enough to meet America’s energy needs for more than 110 years.

Natural Gas is Affordable

Natural Gas is Affordable

The affordability of natural gas has led to $50 billion in savings for American households since 2015 and $121 billion in savings for American businesses, since 2009.

Recent Videos

Jessica Morales, Hart Energy reporter, talks to Emily Rogers, on why Apache Corporation is part of ONE Future and the coalition’s accomplishments in reducing methane emissions.
 

Williams President and CEO, Alan Armstrong, talks to Betty Lui on the NYSE Slice podcast about leadership and how Williams has reduced methane emissions by 53% since 2012.