We missed a few weeks of the Highwood Bulletin, so this one is action packed! This week we feature the newest IPCC report, Chevron’s failed CCS project, $675MM in government funding for O&G methane projects, an interview with Highwood’s Thomas Fox on certified gas, new research on methane technologies and LNG life-cycle assessments, a report […]
This week’s Highwood Bulletin features emissions management news, content, and opportunities from around the world, including new net-zero commitments, satellite measurements of extreme emitters, a new report on careers in methane mitigation, a number of new research articles describing methane measurement technologies and their findings, insights on EPA’s new methane rules, courses, webinars, and conferences […]
This week features updates on global greenhouse gas concentrations, methane policy developments in the U.S., a plan to clean up abandoned/orphaned wells, a new non-profit media outlet focused on the energy transition, the first-ever alternative LDAR AMEL, and exciting new research and funding opportunities.
This week’s issue of the Highwood Bulletin features new regulations, big shifts towards carbon pricing, research on methane policies, opportunities to learn about hydrogen, new emissions management resources, methane emissions from national oil companies, new estimates of North American methane emissions by satellite, and much more!
This week’s issue of the Highwood Bulletin features greenhouse gas emissions management webinars, podcasts, workshops, conferences, educational courses, and news – all in one place! Read on to learn about international collaborations to achieve net zero, CETA opportunities for cleantech, Tidewater’s $100MM carbon credit project, methane from proposed coal mines, and more.
This week’s issue of the Highwood Bulletin features methane emissions from Russia, proposed O&G methane pricing in the U.S., a carbon capture and storage success story, Alberta’s plans for industrial emissions reductions, removing regulatory barriers for geological sequestration, and more!
Introducing “How Much Gas is That?!” – an interactive conversion tool that helps users understand methane and natural gas emissions rates.