The Highwood Bulletin 043
This week’s Highwood Bulletin features draft mandatory disclosure rules from the SEC and Canada, IPCC Sixth Assessment, responsible climate lobbying, Xpansiv digital crude oil, Blackrock net-zero forecasts, Canada’s emissions reduction plan, ISSB draft rules, investments in carbon removal, financing flaring reduction, funding for net-zero projects, courses, conferences, hiring, and more!
The Highwood Bulletin 042
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.
The Highwood Bulletin 038
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.
The Highwood Bulletin 037
This week’s Highwood Bulletin covers developments in greenhouse gas emissions management from around the world, including the first U.S. certification under EO100, the first U.S. OGMP 2.0 Gold Standard, recognition for Highwood leadership in DOB’s Rising Stars program, a new resource to help understand changes to pneumatic offset credits in Alberta, a new framework for […]
The Highwood Bulletin 036
This week’s Highwood Bulletin covers developments in greenhouse gas emissions management from around the world, including new methane rules issues by the U.S. EPA, a growing body of signatories to the Global Methane Pledge, a new U.S. Methane Emissions Reduction Action Plan, Carbon Mapper’s new data portal, publication of Alberta’s long-awaited vent gas carbon offset […]
The Highwood Bulletin 035
This week’s Highwood Bulletin covers developments in greenhouse gas emissions management from around the world, including launch of UNEP’S IMEO, a new methane performance benchmark, net zero ambitions by Chevron and TC Energy, Canada and BC to reduce O&G methane by 75% and 100%, a new $17MM funding program for alternative methane technology, Climate TRACE […]
The Highwood Bulletin 034
This week’s Highwood Bulletin covers new research on satellite detection of methane leaks, insights into Western Canada’s natural gas emissions intensity, guidance from the International Energy Agency on how to achieve 75% methane reductions, a commentary on anticipated US EPA methane rules, an industry report on best practices for flaring and emissions management, a second […]
The Highwood Bulletin 033
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! […]
The Highwood Bulletin 032
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 […]
The Highwood Bulletin 031
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 […]