This week’s Highwood Bulletin covers developments in global greenhouse gas emissions management for the oil and natural gas industry. Topics this week include new international methane reduction pledges by governments and industry coalitions, the launch of an exciting new differentiated gas initiative, a new report for investors on OGMP 2.0, conferences, funding, courses, and hiring! […]
This week’s Highwood Bulletin covers developments in differentiated gas, investor pressures to lower emissions, advancements in alternative methane detection technologies, and a series of exciting upcoming conferences and workshops that you won’t want to miss. Also, funding opportunities! And we’re hiring! Trillion Dollar Wealth Fund Looks at O&G Emissions Norway’s $1.4 trillion Government Pension Fund […]
This week’s Highwood Bulletin features the European Green Deal, Canada’s zero-emission car mandate, Scientific Aviation joins ChampionX, global banks launch a new voluntary carbon offset trading platform, Chesapeake to pursue RSG certification, a Q&A on differentiated gas, scope 1-3 greenhouse gas emissions courses, and a methane conference you shouldn’t miss. Fit for 55: European Green […]
This week features a special science edition of the Highwood Bulletin! In recent weeks there has been a great deal of new research in the emissions management space. We are going to catch you up on studies including evaluation of new methane measurement technologies, temporal variability of methane emissions from O&G production sites, methane leak […]
This week features a series of landmark events in the global energy sector that signal a strong shift towards low carbon production. Companies like Exxon Mobil, Shell, and Chevron were all in the news. The bulletin also features an IEA roadmap to achieving net zero by 2050, a new climate-related executive order by President Biden, and your last reminder to sign up for our free upcoming conference on June 8th!
This week, the Highwood Bulletin features new ambitious targets, emerging technologies, shifts in climate investment, green mergers, gas differentiation, net-zero modeling, and free methane webinars!