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 […]
New Report: Certification of Low-Carbon Natural Gas Increased 100X Since 2021 to Trillions of Cubic Feet
This week we are beyond excited to announce the launch of the 2022 edition of our highly anticipated Voluntary Initiatives report. Download the 2022 report HERE CALGARY, Alberta, 2022-08-02 – Highwood Emissions Management Inc. (“Highwood”) has released the 2022 edition of their popular report, Voluntary Emissions Reduction Initiatives for the Oil & Gas Industry. The […]
This week we bring you a teaser from Version 2 of our annual report: Voluntary Emissions Reduction Initiatives for the Oil and Gas Industry. The full report will be released later this month and will be freely available for download from our website. You can find Version 1 on the reports page of our website. Stay tuned for the full report and for a one-day virtual conference that will follow in mid-September!
This week’s Highwood Bulletin features Exxon’s Grade “A” independently certified gas, FERC’s verdict on Kinder Morgan’s certified gas pooling service, Cheniere’s expanded QMRV initiative, an EDF report on differentiated gas, a new submission to Colorado’s methane technology approval program, and several exciting conferences and employment opportunities!
MiQ certifies low-methane natural gas – but what will your score be? Highwood’s MiQ Readiness Check is a safe way for operators to dip their toes into the emerging world of differentiated gas.
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.
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 new GHG reporting standards by API, the biggest U.S. NG producer joins OGMP 2.0, methane coverage by IGU, methane leaks in Europe, courses for quantifying emissions, webinars, and a methane conference you won’t want to miss. American Petroleum Institute Releases GHG Reporting Standard The biggest story of the past week […]