This week’s Highwood Bulletin features methane policy changes in the United States, oil and gas divestment, coal mining emissions detected from space, differentiated gas coverage, new scientific research on methane emissions in the Permian Basin, a study that measures ethane emissions to infer the accuracy of EPA’s GHG inventory, courses for quantifying emissions, webinars, and a methane conference you won’t want to miss.
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This week’s Highwood Bulletin features emissions management news, content, and opportunities from around the world, including new net-zero commitments, satellite measurements of extreme emitters, a new report on careers in methane mitigation, a number of new research articles describing methane measurement technologies and their findings, insights on EPA’s new methane rules, courses, webinars, and conferences you won’t want to miss.
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.
New funding opportunities are available for Canadian oil and gas companies looking to cost-effectively curb their methane emissions.