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!
Happy New Year! We hope all of you faithful readers of the Highwood Bulletin had a restful holiday break. We can’t wait to share with you some BIG announcements in the coming weeks.
This week’s Highwood Bulletin includes news of a methane collaboration between EPA and PEMEX, MiQ’s new certified gas standards covering most of the supply chain, Canada’s new O&G emissions cap, Colorado’s newly proposed methane intensity rules, webinars, career opportunities, a new award, a guest contribution by Ryan Streams, and our Research Digest. Time to get […]
A guest contribution by Ryan Streams, Vice President, Policy and External Affairs, Kairos Aerospace on the evolution of methane regulation in the United States and what it means for our industry
In this month’s Research Digest, we catch you up on the latest peer-reviewed advances in oil and natural gas (O&G) emissions science.
A cursory comparison of newly proposed methane rules in Canada and the United States for the oil and natural gas industry.
The past few weeks have been massive. Today’s Highwood Bulletin covers trends in global methane concentrations, new proposed regulations and regulatory frameworks in the US and Canada, new action on methane commitments by Australia, the 2022 IMEO methane report and MARS tool, CCS commitments to achieve net-zero in Canadian oilsands, Chevron’s new methane report, employment opportunities with Highwood, and much more
Exploring the new business avenues available to Oil and Gas operators as a result of the implementation of ‘flexibility mechanisms’ relating to the timelines to implement greenhouse gas emissions targets.
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’s Highwood Bulletin features Canada’s Net Zero challenge and much more