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 regulatory Alt-FEMP approval for continuous methane monitoring by Qube Technologies, courses, conferences, funding, hiring, and more!
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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!
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!
This week features a new report from the U.N. on the importance of cutting methane emissions, a new sustainable finance council in Canada to increase ESG disclosure, O&G investors call on EPA for tough methane rules, and a free interactive conference on responsibly sourced oil and gas.
This week features updates on global greenhouse gas concentrations, methane policy developments in the U.S., a plan to clean up abandoned/orphaned wells, a new non-profit media outlet focused on the energy transition, the first-ever alternative LDAR AMEL, and exciting new research and funding opportunities.
This week’s issue of the Highwood Bulletin features new regulations, big shifts towards carbon pricing, research on methane policies, opportunities to learn about hydrogen, new emissions management resources, methane emissions from national oil companies, new estimates of North American methane emissions by satellite, and much more!
This week’s issue of the Highwood Bulletin features methane emissions from Russia, proposed O&G methane pricing in the U.S., a carbon capture and storage success story, Alberta’s plans for industrial emissions reductions, removing regulatory barriers for geological sequestration, and more!