Mitigating Methane Emissions: Moving from Detect & Repair to Predict & Prevent
As the EU Commission prepares to adopt the finalised regulation for methane reduction in the coming months, and COP-28 promises to reignite international awareness of the potent effects of methane, there is an unprecedented urgency for oil and gas organisations to confront the challenge of reducing emissions. These events intersect with mounting investor pressure for transparency in mitigation efforts, further emphasizing the necessity of adopting exemplary methodologies for identifying, quantifying, and mitigating methane emissions.
This is all while continuing to meet the global demand for affordable and reliable oil and natural gas. In the new context of energy geopolitics and affordability, how can we ensure methane reduction remains a priority?
Whether you're taking your first steps towards methane reduction, or accelerating the move towards zero flaring and venting, join over 200 oil and gas operators, NGOs, academics and methane initiatives, and tech providers at the Methane Mitigation Europe Summit, on 12-14 February, 2024, in Amsterdam, to discuss the latest updates in EU regulation, outcomes of COP28, and to learn how to:
Manage methane risks from non-operated asset
Improve identification of large methane emissions and understand their frequency and persistence
Streamline company-level measurement and reporting of methane emissions data
Understand what emission technology solutions are right for your organisation, based on specific assets, needs, geography, and financial partnerships
Quantify onshore and offshore emissions with UAV
Unpack the latest in EU policy and regulation
Establish a flexible hierarchy of measurement approaches to leverage advancements in technology as they become available
Improve transparency and comparability of data to deploy effective measures and for monitoring progress
Plus much more...
What's New for 2024?
Cater the agenda to your needs with dedicated tracks focusing on methane detection measurement or methane reduction, and extended workshops and discussion groups covering topics from OGMP 2.0 Level 5 requirements, to advanced analytics.
We're joined by leaders of GERG (The European Gas Research Group) discussing reconciliation of source-level and site-level methane emissions quantification, upcoming plans in relation to advancing methane mitigation practices, and much more.
Be informed of current activities in CEN and ISO on standardisation for methane emissions monitoring including source level leak detection, quantification, site level emissions quantification, and reporting standards.
Hear from leading scientists as they provide real-life case studies on asset-level quantification by UAV and Aircraft surveys, satellite and ground-based surveying of a large UK gas leak, and the key challenges in methane emissions quantification.
The conference has been extremely informative. Getting to meet other folks in our industry within ESG and sustainability has really been important to understand their thoughts and what's influencing them and just create those networks and relationships.
This was the first of its kind event, and I believe the organizers, presenters, spend a lot of time preparing what they have presented or commented on. It was a great event, supporting the whole industry in its journey.
With fittingly technical presentations and participation, this is an event where one can expect to make beneficial networking connections
Always great to connect with industry peers to see what everyone is working on. It is always interesting to hear that we are all facing similar challenges and we are more similar than we are different"
Your 2024 Event Speakers
Giulia Ferrini, OGMP 2.0 Programme Manager, UNEP
Sonna Sathiamoorthy, Group Carbon Manager, S&OR, bp
Hasnor Hassaruddin Hashim, Custodian Engineer/Group Technical Authority (Process Optimization) Group Technical Solutions, Project Delivery & Technology Division, Petronas, Malaysia
Axel Scheuer, Head of Energy and Climate Policy, IOGP
Isabella Stocker, Methane Advisor, bp
Murès Zarea, President, GERG
Bjørn Ove Jansen, Project Manager- Sustainability and Climate, Equinor
Dmitriy Orel, Senior Air and GHG Delivery Lead, Shell
Cristina Lopez, Methane Emissions and Renewable Gases Process Research Engineer, GRTgaz
Peter Evans, Senior Engineer- Methane Measurement and Reduction, bp
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