Methane detection and quantification science continues to advance at a rapid pace. In this edition of the Research Digest, we catch you up on satellite technology, top-down vs. bottom up reconciliation, life cycle assessments, and more! “Clear Eyed Assessment” of 9 Methane Detecting Satellites. 82 single blind controlled release tests are performed during satellite […]
This week’s Highwood Bulletin features the FERC approval of certified gas pooling, Cheniere and Equinor LNG deal, Satellite methane measurements from Russian coal, Chevron achieves differentiated gas certification, Repsol LNG export from Eastern Canada, a report on whether companies achieve emission reduction targets, several exciting conferences and employment opportunities!
This week’s Highwood Bulletin features Highwood’s support for OGCI’s Aiming for Zero initiative, Total’s new global drone-based methane detection program, GHGSat’s three new satellites, Germany and the U.S. have a new climate partnership, methane emissions from China’s coal mining expansion, a new report on methane detection policy, and several exciting conferences and employment opportunities!
This week’s Highwood Bulletin covers developments in greenhouse gas emissions management from around the world, including new legislative proposals for eliminating venting and flaring of methane in Europe, Exxon’s looks to net zero in Permian by 2030, BP gets “A” grade from MiQ, controversial new methane rules in Pennsylvania, TransAlta sheds coal, Saskatchewan reports 50% methane drop, Diversified commits $9MM to aerial LDAR, public comment for Canada’s emission reduction plan to 2030, last chance to register for methane technology course, and opportunities to join Highwood.