The Highwood Bulletin

At Highwood, we’re committed to learning. The Highwood Bulletin is our way of sharing what we learn. We publish regular updates on emissions management news, novel research, and special insights from our team of experts and our partners.

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This week, the Highwood Bulletin features GHG emissions from US cities, Exxon Mobil’s response to investors, Spire joins ONE Future, a new directory for Canadian methane companies, Saskatchewan government funding methane reduction projects, and more!

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This week, the Highwood Bulletin features “carbon negative” Alberta producers, a ~$9 Trillion climate stick, a bright future for EU ETS, downgrading of O&G credit ratings, methane emissions from Mexico, Microsoft’s offset spending, and local software company Clairifi in the news.

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Today’s issue of the Highwood Bulletin features political developments in the United States, NRCan’s ERF is back, Hugo Satellite launched, global methane emissions down due to pandemic, JWN courses, Elon Musk’s $100 MM CCUS pledge, abandoned wells, and more!

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Today’s issue of the Highwood Bulletin features MethaneSAT, IEA Methane Tracker China’s forthcoming carbon market, commitments by Qatar, ESG accounting, progress towards certified gas, and fantastic new research.

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Our first 2021 issue of the Highwood Bulletin features methane regulations, the European Green Deal, measurement metrics, Biden’s $2 trillion climate plan, big leaks going unaccounted for, research, webinars, and careers.

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Today’s James Bond issue of the Highwood Bulletin features tips on funding, Covid-19 impacting methane emissions, global offset markets, IETA annual report, machine learning to predict methane emissions, NGIF funding, and more!

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Today’s issue of the Highwood Bulletin features LDAR-Sim, a new methane report by Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, federal carbon taxes, challenges for carbon markets, the clean fuel standard, and science demonstrating methane monitoring by satellite.

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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!

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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.

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Today’s issue of the Highwood Bulletin features methane-related current events, six recently-published research articles, and 4 methane-related international conferences you won’t want to miss.

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GHGSat Pulse, new federal and provincial funding opportunities, French government blocks $7B LNG deal, New report on emissions from NOJVs, and the first triple-digit carbon levy.

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PTAC’s MERF, European Commission methane strategy, Final New Mexico emissions rules, CARB LDAR report, EnviroVault Talk-o Tuesday feature, and new science from the Permian!

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LDAR-Sim Story map

Take a peek at this new story map that has been published to explain LDAR-Sim and how it can be used to simulate methane emissions.

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At Highwood, we’re committed to learning. The Highwood Bulletin is our way of sharing what we learn. We publish regular updates on emissions management news, novel research, and special insights from our team of experts and our partners.

Download the 2021 Voluntary Initiatives Report

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.