Thomas Fox

President, Highwood Emissions Management
Thomas Fox is president of Highwood Emissions Management. He completed a Ph.D. at the University of Calgary Centre for Smart Emissions Sensing Technologies, where he held a Vanier scholarship. He holds a M.Sc. from McGill University in satellite remote sensing and agricultural land-use and a B.Sc. in Environmental Science. From 2017-2020, Thomas led the invention of the Leak Detection and Repair Simulator (LDAR-Sim), an open-source software product designed to evaluate emerging leak detection technologies, methods, programs, and policies.

What is Emissions Reconciliation?

Estimating emissions quantities over time is complex – different approaches usually lead to different answers. Reconciling discrepancies among estimates is increasingly common as it can help improve understanding of the overall system.

  

Sneak Peek: The Role of Measurement in Differentiated Gas

This week we bring you a teaser from Version 2 of our annual report: Voluntary Emissions Reduction Initiatives for the Oil and Gas Industry. The full report will be released later this month and will be freely available for download from our website. You can find Version 1 on the reports page of our website. Stay tuned for the full report and for a one-day virtual conference that will follow in mid-September!

  

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