We have a new look! The GMI is excited to launch a redesign of our website. Now, you can quickly access information and resources using the streamlined navigation bar and the integrated search. Use the search to find documents, project descriptions, events, and points of contact — all from one place. Our new website also works better on your laptops, tablets, and phones. (December 2016)
Learn about the GMI’s strategic alliances with the CCAC and UNECE and other related international programs. (December 2016)
The GMI is represented by countries with large sources of methane and/or special expertise and interest in developing methane projects. GMI Partner Countries account for approximately 70 percent of global manmade methane emissions. Click on a country for more details.
The map shows completed and potential methane abatement, recovery, or use projects.
Use the check boxes to determine which sites to display on the map.
GMI sites are facilities at which methane abatement, recovery, and/or use projects have been identified or completed.
Non-GMI sites identify potential or existing projects that are not supported by the GMI.
Click a cluster of sites (i.e., numbered circles) to zoom to a region.
Click an individual site to view a summary.
For more site details click on the highlighted link.
Note: The placement of map icons is approximate, so the zoom-in feature is limited to avoid misrepresentations. Please contact us us if you have more accurate information about the location of a project or site.
The Project Network is a growing community of private-sector entities, financial institutions, and other governmental and non-governmental organizations with an interest in methane abatement, recovery, and use projects. Active involvement by Project Network members is essential for building capacity, transferring technology, and promoting private, direct investment to ensure the GMI’s success. Project Network members have helped the Initiative leverage nearly $600 million in investment from private companies and financial institutions.