For example, six years ago, in Calgary, we established the Methane Emission Leadership Alliance. Methane is one of those examples in which, as Darcy pointed out, 18,000 different facilities were reviewed to come up with a baseline. Many different producers did a lot of that background work. You then need the technologies. In fact, many of these technologies were in place.
In my other company, we had a technology we developed 10 years ago in solar chemical injection. It's one of the most cost-effective solutions to reduce methane emissions. I have some competitors, but there are other technologies. We have over 44 members in the Methane Emission Leadership Alliance. These are Canadian companies that are out there, doing it right now. They're not talking about it; they're implementing it, and they've been doing it for quite a few years.
That's the potential we have to take to the international community. We're not starting from scratch. In some areas—carbon capture, hydrogen and a lot of those areas—yes, we have a lot of work to do and there's a lot of R and D, but on the methane front, we can hit the ground running.