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 on helping energy sector workers navigate towards a net zero world, a new article on methane units, an EPA methane technology workshop you don’t want to miss, and a new employment opportunity with Highwood!
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This week features a methane forum you don’t want to miss, the last chance to register for our Scope 1 emissions course, a tsunami of new GHG reduction targets around the world, Exxon’s massive carbon capture and storage proposal, new research, and talk of mandatory emissions disclosure.
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.
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.