North Americas Largest Summit on Measuring, Monitoring and Mitigating Methane Emissions
It is anticipated that this year's COP 28 will focus on reducing methane emissions, with the conference president already calling for the global oil and gas industry to phase out emissions by 2030. With the EPA also issuing its supplemental proposal for the regulation of methane emissions from new and existing wells, and a new initiative aimed at curbing emissions from venting or equipment failures, it is now imperative that the US oil and gas industry come together to identify new ways to identify, measure, monitor and reduce emissions cross their operations.
Methane Mitigation America is taking place December 5-7, 2023 and will bring together over 300 senior oil and gas leaders to discuss how to drive down emissions across their operations and show leadership in responsible energy production. Join your peers to cover:
Responding to investor requirements on methane reporting
Navigating upcoming EPA regulations and IRA rules on methane reduction and waste emission charges
Implementing a preventive maintenance and repair program
Emissions reconciliation to manage top-down and bottom-up inventories
Developing a carbon divestiture and acquisition protocol
How to maximize the potential of leak detection and repair programs
Super-emitter rapid response programs from satellite detections
Enhancing your national greenhouse gas inventories and improving quality to enable better assessment of emission sources
What technology works for your organization, based on specific assets, needs, geography, and financial partnerships
Integrating methane emissions reduction into operational planning
How to turn methane emissions data into actionable insights
Site Tour: NET Power's Utility Scale Project
We are pleased to announce a site tour to NET Power's Utility Scale Project! This project transforms natural gas into clean energy through their patented oxy-combustion process. During this tour you will experience how they combust natural gas with pure oxygen to produce CO2 and water. Limited to just 25 places! Learn more in the Event Guide.
Why Methane Mitigation America?
Get Inspired: Hear how industry leaders from across the world are developing and executing ambitious mitigation programs
Embrace Technology: Assess what solutions are available to assist you on your journey with live tech demos and showcases
Fuel Your Progress: Return to your organization with a plan to amplify cost-effective methane abatement efforts
Make Connections: Meet your peers and forge connections during dedicated networking time, executive dinners and receptions
The event was most well-prepared, comprehensive, pertinent event Ive attended in a long time!
Have you ever been in a room full of humans all focused on understanding and mitigating methane in the energy space? I have…and it was spectacular. Communication is key to solving complex problems. Were in it together.
Attending an event like this is mission critical, to ensure that knowledge is exchanged between those that are trying to reduce their methane emissions - progress is going to be much slower than if we can accelerate knowledge exchange through events like this
Such a terrific summit. Its so good to be in person again. These gatherings give us a boost of activation energy
Your 2023 Event Speakers
Gissell Lopez, Executive Director, Center for Carbon Transition, J.P. Morgan
Kristin Tatum, Vice President, Finance, ESG & Air Permitting and Compliance, Kinder Morgan
Kimbra Davis, Director, Orphaned Wells Program Office, Department of the Interior
Timothy Patrick Reinhardt, Director, Division of Methane Mitigation Technologies, Office of Resource Sustainability, Fossil Energy and Carbon Management, U.S. Department of Energy
David Hartz, Head of US Land, Regulatory and Upstream Government Affairs, Equinor
Ramesh Gopal, Senior E & S Advisor – Carbon and Air, Gulf of Mexico Region, bp
Jason Oates, Vice President, ESG & Regulatory, PureWest Energy
Diana Glassman, Director - Engagement, Federated Hermes
Nasr Alkadi, Energy Transition Leader, Southern Star Central Gas Pipeline
Mara Abbott, Senior Manager, Climate and Energy, Oil and Gas, Ceres, Inc.
Eric W. Hasso, Director of Government Affairs & Sustainability, Vencer Energy
Brian Hepperson, Director, EHS for Environment & Regulatory, Hess
PR Panigrahi, Managing Director - Head of Energy Investments, Siguler Guff & Company
Josh Anhalt, Vice President - Emission Solutions, Montrose Environmental Group
Ankur Kadakia, Director - NetZero Solutions, Iconic Air
Ryan Mattson, VP Oil and Gas, GHG Sat
Kethees Ketheesan, Chief Executive Officer, Paradigm by Puloli
Ryan Fitzpatrick, Sales Director Americas, Sensirion Connected Solutions
Gage McCoy, Senior Business Development Manager, Qube Technologies
Oleg Mikhailov, CEO, Xplorobot
2023 Methane Advisory Board
Giulia Ferrini, OGMP 2.0 Program Manager, United Nations Environment Program
Eric Hasso, ESG Director, Vencer Energy
Ewan McKenzie, Climate Director, Ipieca
Roland Muwanga, Vice President Energy Transition Technologies, TC Energy
Sonna Sathiamoorthy, Methane Program Manager and SME, bp
Rosalía Vázquez,, Energy Transition & Climate Change Sr Advisor, Repsol
Andris Piebalgas, Part-time Professor, Florence School of Regulation
Dominic Watson, Manager, Energy Transition, Environmental Defense Fund
Chris Rathbun, Program Manager, Methane Guiding Principles
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Norris Conference Center - City Centre Location 816 Town and Country Blvd , 77024 Houston, Texas, USA
Accommodation The Moran CityCentre (Adjacent to the Conference Venue) 800 Sorella Court Houston, TX 77024
Method of Reservation: Use this booking link to secure the group reservation. Room Block expires – Saturday, November 18, 2023.
Guests can also make guestroom reservations by calling 1-713-973-1600. Guests must identify themselves as being with the group, 'IQPC - Methane Mitigation Summit' at the time the reservation is made to receive the special group rate.
Please note: We will never recommend, approve or appoint any third party rooming service to act on our behalf. Please be extremely wary if you are approached by any such companies. We will always endeavor to negotiate the best available rates for you.