This week’s Highwood Bulletin features the new IPCC report, new industrial emissions regulations in Australia, new members joining OGMP 2.0, Highwood’s CERAWeek talk on video, an overview of new methane rules in the US and EU, conferences, careers, and more. Thanks as always for reading!
The Highwood Bulletin 058 This week’s Highwood Bulletin features new DOE funding announcements, new companies joining OGMP 2.0, a major announcement for MiQ natural gas certification, a podcast with Highwood’s CEO, new public data on methane emissions, conferences, research, and much more! Department of Energy Invests USD 47MM in O&G Methane A total of 22 […]
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.
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
The Oil and Gas Methane Partnership (OGMP) 2.0, is 1 of 24 initiatives that are analyzed in-depth in the Highwood voluntary Emissions Reduction Initiatives Report 2022.
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!
Oil & Gas Methane Partnership (OGMP) 2.0 initiative, Spartan/Highwood roundtable discussion event, Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) receives $100 million from Bezos Earth Fund, JWN/CERI Methane Emissions Management (MEM) course, and new research publications.