This week’s Highwood Bulletin announces the launch of our new software platform, a new $50MM methane data lab at UT Austin, EOG joins OGMP 2.0, courses, micro-credentials, webinars, and a new methane datathon on emissions reconciliation. Thanks as always for reading!
Launch: Highwood’s New Software Platform
After more than a year in development, Highwood is excited to announce the launch of its new emissions management software as a service (SaaS) platform: the Emissions Management Toolkit (EMT). We’d love to hear from you! To learn more about EMT’s different data management and simulation modules, click here.
Launch: New $50MM Emissions Data Lab
Researchers at University of Texas at Austin have announced the Energy Emissions Modeling and Data Lab (EEMDL), which will establish accurate assessments of greenhouse gas emissions across oil and gas supply chains. Cheniere, EQT, and Williams are the initial sponsors of the $50MM multi-year project. To learn more, read here.
EOG Joins OGMP 2.0b
EOG Resources has become the latest company to join the Oil and Gas Methane Partnership (OGMP) 2.0. Run by the United Nations Environment Programme, OGMP 2.0 is a voluntary methane emissions measurement, tracking, and reporting with participation from over 80 companies. Uptake in the US was slow at first but is now accelerating. Read more here.
Deadline Approaching: Methane Technology Course
Are you confused about the 200+ methane detection and quantification solutions now on the market? Do you want to understand the differences and how they fit with regulations, voluntary initiatives, and emissions forecasting? Sign up for Highwood’s popular course with President Thomas Fox. Register here.
Webinar: OGMP 2.0 Recording
Did you miss our recent free webinar on OGMP 2.0? Don’t worry, it was recorded! Access the action-packed webinar here.
New *Free* ESG Micro-Credential
Have you been meaning to learn more about Environment, Social, and Governance (ESG) in Canadian energy? Now’s your chance! A free micro-credential course is now accepting applications. Learn more and kickstart your sustainability and ESG skills development by clicking here.
SPE Untapped Methane Reconciliation Datathon
Do you want to get into reconciling bottom-up inventories of methane emissions with top-down measurements from satellites? A new datathon by SPE Calgary and its partners is now accepting registrations. Learn more here.
Launch: Free MiQ Emissions Calculator
Interested in MiQ but unsure of how to calculate your methane intensity? Highwood and MiQ have teamed up to publish a free emissions calculator to help determine if you are ready for natural gas certification. Using this benchmarking tool will help you understand which grades are currently possible for your operations and may also help you benchmark your operations against your region or type of operation. Download the tool and learn more here.
Join our Team! Highwood is Hiring!
We currently have multiple exciting career postings on our website. In addition to those listed, Highwood is always looking for bright folks who want to help us change the world for the better. If you have experience in greenhouse gas emissions management and you’re looking for a career change, please reach out! Check out our active opportunities on our website by clicking here.
Want to Write for the Bulletin?
We’re always looking for guest writers who would like to contribute a Feature Article to the Highwood Bulletin. Please reach out if you’d like to write an unbiased, apolitical, solution-agnostic article for our ~2000 subscribers and ~5000 LinkedIn followers on an emissions management topic. Please reach out to [email protected] with your idea. Authors are fully credited and have a profile page on our website (we are happy to backlink).