Past event: Carbon Tracking & Reporting 2023 Conference

Following the great success of our inaugural Carbon Tracking and reporting conference in 2022, we are happy to announce that our 2nd Annual Carbon Tracking and Reporting Conference will take place on March 29 and 30, 2023, in Houston.

The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, aligned with the 2030 climate goals with a target of 52% of GHG emission reduction below 2005 levels by 2030, represents more than $350 billion of investment in the US energy system. It is now essential that the global oil and gas industry prepares for a new level of scrutiny on tracking and reporting carbon, methane, and all sorts of GHG emissions.

Benefits of Attending the Conference

  • In its second year, this is the original and industry-standard event for tracking and reporting carbon and methane emissions in oil & gas.
  • Connect and build relationships with some of the biggest names in your industry, inclding: Oxy, Chevron, Shell, bp, Baker Hughes, SLB, Worley, Halliburton, EY and Google
  • Understand the bigger picture for the methane emissions reduction and energy transition plans in the industry
  • Keep your organization one step ahead with an update on recent laws, regulations, and standards to improve emissions tracking
  • Discover new approaches, strategies and technologies to enhance tracking and reporting processes in oil and gas
  • Find out the lessons learned on approaches to tracking Scope 3 emissions
  • Cement existing business relationships and tap into new networks in your domestic market and throughout the USA
  • Find strategic partners to help leverage your assets in new ways beyond your core business
  • Grow your list of influential business contacts from across the national carbon tracking and reporting ecosystem
  • Hear from VPs, Global Directors, and Leads of ESG, Sustainability, Procurement, Sourcing, Decarbonization, Energy Transition, Carbon Accounting, and Technology on how they're tackling industry challenges and capitalizing on opportunities

Highlights from the Conference in 2022

  • 380+ Attendees
  • 35+ Speakers
  • 26 Sponsor  & Partners
  • 10 Hours of Networking
  • 2 Days of Interactive Learning

Who Will Attend?

C level/V.P./Director/Managers of:
  • HSE
  • Supply Chain
  • Sustainability, Partnership, Social Impact
  • Corporate Sustainability and reporting
  • Carbon auditing
  • Environment and Supply Chain Innovation
  • ESG, Responsible Sourcing, Traceability, Engagement
  • Climate Integration
  • Sustainable Finance, Investment, Analytic
  • Environmental
  • Energy Transition
  • Environmental Emissions Reporting, Permits and Compliance
  • Business Development/Marketing

2023 Speakers

  • Tony Beebe, President and Co-Founder, TS Cyanergy
  • Kristy Bellows, Vice President, Growth, Worley
  • Ben Berkowitz, Vice President, BP Energy Partners
  • Caitlan Capps, SVP US Operations, Qube Technologies
  • Alexis Caruselle, Account Executive, Appian
  • Jim Claunch, Expert Partner, Bain and Company
  • Jon Curtis, Founder, Net Zero Matrix Ltd
  • Elizabeth DeStephens, Chief Strategy & Sustainability Officer, Black Knight Energy LLC
  • Amanda Dong, Procurement Manager, bp
  • Richard Dwelle, President and Co-Founder, Rearden Digital Assets
  • Riad Efendi, Corporate Global HSE Manager, TechnipFMC
  • Mohammad Evazi, Founder & CEO, ESGWAY
  • Brandee Fernandez, Director- Sourcing, Risk Management & Supplier Emissions COE, Baker Hughes
  • Dave Gajadhar, Managing Partner, ResultantGroup
  • Chris Georgen, Founder & Managing Director, Topl
  • Jeremy Grzywa, Director of New Technology, NOV
  • Amy Henry, CEO, EUNIKE Ventures, Inc.
  • Oscar Herdocia, U.S. Energy Transition & Sustainability Advisor, Shell USA
  • Joe Hill Jr., Sr. Director of New Energies and New Business Development, Vallourec USA Corporation
  • Rebecca Hofmann, President / CEO, Blockchain For Energy
  • Samantha Holroyd, Founder, Golden Advisory Services & Independent Board Member
  • Telyn Joseph, Director, Global Procurement, Oceaneering
  • Paul J. Ulrich, Vice President, Government and Regulatory Affairs, Jonah Energy LLC
  • Jessica Keiser, Senior Vice President of Sustainability, Targa Resources Corp
  • Abhi Kohli, US CCS Area Development Lead, Shell
  • Jim Lawnin, Managing Partner, BBL Ventures
  • Changsu Lee, CEO and Founder, Allganize Inc.
  • Rune Loftager, Head of Technology and Decarbonization, Noble Corporation
  • Colin Longfield, Global Director of Climate Action, SLB
  • Laura McIntyre, Chief Operating Officer, Envirosoft Corporation
  • Dmitriy Monakhov, Global Supplier Performance Manager, SLB
  • Julie Mulkerin Ortiz, Lead Energy Transition, Chevron
  • Mandira Nayak, Sustainability Engagement & Performance Manager, SLB
  • Hatem Nasr Ph.D, Director Digital Business Solutions, SoftServe
  • Andrew Nobbay, Director – Carbon Accounting, Occidental Oil and Gas
  • Jamila Piracci, Managing Director, Patomak Global Partners
  • Ben Randell, Product Line Manager - Assurance, Chevron
  • Eric Rubenstein, Managing Partner, New Climate Ventures
  • Schaum Sethuram, Co-Founder and CEO, Emission Critical
  • Sarah Jane Sherman, Vice President Supply Chain Management, Excelerate Energy
  • Jason Stanley, Managing Director, Position Green
  • Jennifer Stewart, Director of Climate and ESG Policy, American Petroleum Institute
  • Maria Suarez-Simmons, Director, Government Affairs, Energy Workforce & Technology Council
  • Tim Tarpley, SVP Government Affairs, Energy Workforce & Technology Council
  • Rob Tiffany, Managing Director, Digital Insights
  • Russell Whitney, IIoT Manager, Precision Drilling
  • Ted Wurfel, PE, VP ESG, Rockcliff Energy
  • Deanna Zhang, Founder, ETM

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2023 Agenda Highlights:

Keynote updates, case studies, fireside chats, panel discussions, streams, and many networking opportunities are awaiting you next march in Houston.

Conference day 1:
  • An overview of some of the methane emissions reduction and energy transition plans in the industry
  • An update on recent laws, regulations, and standards to improve emissions tracking in oil and gas
  • All you need to know about ESG, netzero, and energy transition
  • Scope 3 emissions challenges and how to properly track it
Conference day 2:
  • Data and emissions tracking and reporting
  • Utilizing innovative technology, blockchain, automation, and iiot to enhance tracking and reporting in oil and gas
  • Track A: Carbon accounting and economics
  • Track B: Supply chain and emissions tracking


DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Houston - Greenway Plaza
6 E Greenway Plaza, 77046
Houston, TX, USA

Event details
Organizer : Energy Conference Network
Event type : Conference
Reference : ASDE-24024