Canada's Largest Summit on Measuring, Monitoring and Mitigating Methane Emissions
The Canadian government has announced at COP27 that it will make significant improvements to federal regulations that limit methane emissions from the oil and gas sector. The proposed regulatory framework would expand the scope of the existing regulations to apply to a wider set of sources, eliminating exclusions, and driving as many individual sources as possible toward zero emissions.
"Canada is already on track to reduce methane emissions from the oil and gas sector by 75 percent by 2030, which is just about the most ambitious target in the world. Today's announcement shows our continued commitment to tackle methane emissions by collaborating with other countries that share similar priorities"
- The Honourable Steven Guilbeault, Canada's Minister of Environment and Climate Change
As the oil and gas industry responds, leaders must be focused on implementing best practices to identify, measure, monitor and manage methane, to meaningfully drive down emissions, while continuing to meet the global demand for affordable and reliable oil and natural gas.
If you're tasked with reducing methane emissions in your operations, join over 150 industry leaders in Calgary for Methane Mitigation Canada
May 1-3, 2023.
Key themes include:
- Navigating the regulatory landscape: Understand next steps and opportunities for the oil and gas Industry
- Examining how industry initiatives are working in tandem with policy and regulation
- Streamlining company-level measurement and reporting of methane emissions data
- Understanding what process changes and adjustments global leaders are making to reduce methane emissions
- Hear critical updates on methane mitigation research and development efforts including monitoring sensors, data management systems, modular conversion technologies and alternative uses for stranded natural gas
- Making divestment of high-emitting assets the responsible choice
- Improving the integrity and credibility of methane emissions data
- Balancing technical complexity and variability between different facilities
- Understanding the latest standards for leak detection technologies and practices
- Plus much more...
Who Should Attend?
Managers, Directors, Vice Presidents and C Suite responsible for:
- Low Carbon
- Carbon Management
- Energy Transition
- Methane Conversion/ Measurement/Mitigation
- Carbon Data
- Environmental Auditing/Process
- Plant/Facility Management
- Process Optimization
- Operational Excellence, Continuous Improvement
- Data & Analytics
"A lot of value specially to people who are just engaged on this subject. Opportunity for collaboration between companies ( Operators, technology and consulting companies)"
"Excellent job on setting up the conference and the fantastic speakers and panels. I learnt a lot through the interactions including the many new technologies"
"The event was most well-prepared, comprehensive, pertinent event I've attended in a long time!"
2022 Event Speakers
- David Mendelson, President & CEO, TotalEnergies Americas
- Garrett Jackson, Vice President, ESG and EHS, Devon Energy
- Mark Berg, Executive Vice President, Corporate Operations, Pioneer Natural Resources
- David S. Ferris, Vice President and Chief Sustainability Officer, Laredo Petroleum
- David Hartz, Head of US Land, Regulatory and Government Affairs, Equinor
- Erin Tullos, Consultant, OGMP 2.0, United Nations Environment Programme
- Wendy Kirchoff, Vice President, Regulatory Policy, AXPC
- Mark Hutcherson, Director, Low Carbon Projects & Technology, ConocoPhillips
- Andrew Baxter, Director, Energy Transition, Environmental Defense Fund
- Jon Goldstein, Senior Director, Regulatory & Legislative Affairs, Environmental Defense Fund
- Andrew Nobbay, Director - Carbon Accounting, Oxy
- Vanessa Ryan, Manager, Methane Reduction, Chevron
- Fiji George, Senior Director, Climate and Sustainability, Cheniere Energy
- Brian Epperson, Director, EHS, Hess Corporation
- Matt Calhoun, Senior ESG Compliance Specialist, Civitas Resources
- Drew Pomerantz, Emissions Technology Manager, Schlumberger
- Rebecca Steinmann, Global Director Emissions Control, John Crane
- Jeffrey Goetzman, Manager - Texas Technical Field Operations, CenterPoint Energy
- Daniel Zimmerle, Director, Methane Emissions Program / Remote & Distributed Energy Center, Colorado State University
- Mark LaCour, Editor in Chief, Oil and Gas Global Network
- Vincent Higgins, President North America, mCloud Technologies Corp
- Dani Urton, Director - Energy Transition & Climate Change, Vertex Professional Services Ltd.
- Roger P. Cobert, Vice President, Technical Services,, SEMPCheck
- Richard Barber, Director, New Unit Sales, INNIO Waukesha Gas Engines Inc.
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