Initiative Highlights from Highwood’s Voluntary Initiatives Report
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’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 features pledges to eliminate methane, IEA Methane Tracker, a new report by GTI on methane technology, a report on CDP targets, a podcast on methane emissions, conferences, courses, hiring and more.
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! […]
A growing number of voluntary emissions reduction initiatives exist for companies that want to demonstrate leadership to investors, end users, and the public. But the space is noisy; how initiatives compare, and the benefits of participation remain unclear. To shed light on these matters, Highwood has published this report.
This week’s issue of the Highwood Bulletin features new methane regulations, new government funding, voluntary methane reductions, a new $300MM investment fund, emissions from non-operated assets, a cost-effective methane sensor, review of the federal output-based pricing system, and more.
Today’s issue of the Highwood Bulletin features OGCI’s 2020 progress report, MiQ’s new certification system for differentiated natural gas, updates on aircraft-based methane monitoring by Cenovus and Bridger, upcoming webinars, seaweed science in methane reduction, and more!