Highwood is hiring!
We’re growing and looking to welcome two motivated, positive, and forward-looking members to our team. Highwood is seeking an Emissions Analyst and a Data Scientist. Check out the posting to learn more.
Report: Linking Executive Pay to ESG Performance Increasingly Common
A new report has found that 45 out of the United Kingdom’s largest 100 companies link executive pay to ESG measures through bonuses or long-term incentive plans. For these companies, an average of 15-19% of executive pay is motivated by ESG. However, only about 11% Europe’s top companies include CO2 emission as part of their criteria, compared to only 2% of S&P 500 companies do the same. Read more here.
The Economist: Now is the Time to Act on Methane
Highwood CEO Featured in “Sparking Action” Podcast
Don’t miss Highwood Emission Management’s Jessica Shumlich’s recent appearance in “Sparking Action” with Vera Ilnyckyj. In her interview, Jessica discusses risk, self-acceptance, and work-life balance in the context of starting a new company during a pandemic. Listen here.
Research: Airborne Gas-Mapping LiDAR Performs Well in Blind Testing
Researchers from Carleton University have published a new study of blind controlled release testing of methane emissions detection performance under realistic field condition for the Bridger Photonics airborne Gas Mapping LiDAR system. Results suggest that the airborne LiDAR system has comparable performance to conventional optical gas imagine. Read the study here.
Webinar: Methane Abatement in Oil and Gas: Industry, Policy and Technology Perspectives
Course: Scope 1 Emissions from the Oil and Gas Industry
Are you an oil and gas professional interested in learning how to inventory, quantify, and report Scope 1 greenhouse gas emissions? Need professional development credits? We have just the right course for you, designed and delivered by Highwood Emissions Management CEO Jessica Shumlich. Click here to learn more and to register.