This week’s Highwood Bulletin features regulatory drone based LDAR, problematic flaring, a new global emissions database, methane emissions from gathering lines, a new report on methane satellites, Canadian oilsands net zero efforts, Canada’s federal Methane Strategy, a blog on emissions reconciliation, Highwood’s emissions courses, career opportunities, and the conferences we’ll be attending this fall. Enjoy and please don’t hesitate to send us your feedback!
This week features important regulatory developments in the U.S., an exciting new Alternative LDAR announcement, new developments in responsibly sourced natural gas, new research using methane measurements from space, funding opportunities, and a chance to catch last week’s recorded Methane Strategies Forum.
This week features a methane forum you don’t want to miss, the last chance to register for our Scope 1 emissions course, a tsunami of new GHG reduction targets around the world, Exxon’s massive carbon capture and storage proposal, new research, and talk of mandatory emissions disclosure.
Introducing “How Much Gas is That?!” – an interactive conversion tool that helps users understand methane and natural gas emissions rates.
This week’s issue of the Highwood Bulletin features Canada’s federal offset regulations, satellites tracking pipeline emissions in Russia, emissions reduction funding for B.C. industry, methane emissions from drainage ditches, and more.
Today’s James Bond issue of the Highwood Bulletin features tips on funding, Covid-19 impacting methane emissions, global offset markets, IETA annual report, machine learning to predict methane emissions, NGIF funding, and more!
Today’s issue of the Highwood Bulletin features methane-related current events, six recently-published research articles, and 4 methane-related international conferences you won’t want to miss.