Methane Mitigation Europe Summit

February 12-14, 2024- Amsterdam, Netherlands

Mitigating Methane Emissions: Moving from Detect & Repair to Predict & Prevent

With the EU Commission presenting a proposal on methane reduction, there has never been a more critical time for companies to address how to drive down emissions.

The proposal, which builds on the EU Methane Strategy 2020 and the Global Methane Pledge launched at COP26, introduces new requirements in terms of MRV, abatement measures including LDAR, restrictions on venting and flaring and an increase in transparency on methane emissions associated with fossil fuels imports.

This has led to Oil and Gas operators needing to implement best practices to identify, measure, monitor and eliminate methane emissions, factor emissions reduction into operational planning and build a culture focused on methane mitigation - all while continuing to meet the global demand for affordable and reliable oil and natural gas.

But in the new context of energy geopolitics and affordability, how can we ensure methane reduction remains a priority concern?

Tackle these challenges and more at the Methane Mitigation Europe Summit, taking place 12-14 February, 2024. If you're tasked with reducing methane emissions in your operations, join over 200 of your industry peers and 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...

Why Methane Mitigation Europe?

  • 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 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.

Chief Sustainability Officer, Civitas Resources

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.

Technology Sustainability Champion, Schlumberger

With fittingly technical presentations and participation, this is an event where one can expect to make beneficial networking connections

Carbon Solutions Manager, Civitas Resources

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"

Global Improvement Leader, Dow Inc.

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
  • Tania Meixus Fernandez, OGMP 2.0 Senior Advisor, UNEP
  • Georges Tijbosch, CEO, MiQ
  • Rosalia Vazquez, Energy Transition & Climate Change Sr Advisor, Repsol
  • Andris Piebalgas, Part-time Professor, Florence School of Regulation
  • Najla Lahiani, Carbon Footprint Reduction Program – Methane Roadmap Lead, Total Energies
  • Rutger Ijzermans, Principal Scientist Methane Emissions, Shell
  • Tibor Stelbaczky, Principal Adviser on Energy Diplomacy, European External Action Service
  • Brandon Locke, Europe Policy Manager, Methane, Clean Air Task Force
  • Emils Lagzdins, Senior Policy Officer, IOGP
  • Fiona Maclean, Senior ESG Analyst – Oil & Gas, Head of Energy & Transition, Amundi
  • Zitely Tzompa Sosa, Research Manager, Clean Air Task Force
  • Harry Granqvist, Senior ESG Analyst, Nordea
  • Itziar Martinez, GHG Emissions Management Lead, Repsol
  • Lorena Pérez Bajo, Climate Director, Ipieca
  • Leonardo Gelpi, Climate Change & GHG Management Manager, Eni
  • Matthew Williams, Climate Change Specialist, National Gas Transmission
  • Roland Kupers, Global Senior Advisor, International Methane Emissions Observatory
  • Trond Erlend Bustnes, Leading Researcher, Equinor
  • Jose-Rafael Arteaga, Carbon Footprint Reduction Engineer- Support to Methane Roadmap, Total Energies
  • Bogdan Simion, Data Analytics Advisor, Gas Infrastructure Europe
  • Daniel Zavala-Araiza, Senior Scientist, Environmental Defence Fund
  • Dr Paul Balcombe, Senior Lecturer in Chemical Engineering and Renewable Energy, Queen Mary University of London
  • Angelica Riccietti, Manager of Leak Detection and Reduction, Italgas
  • Asli Korkmaz, Low Carbon Coordinator, OGCI
  • Rod Robinson, Principal Research Scientist, National Physical Laboratory
  • Dr. Thomas Roeckmann, Professor of Atmospheric Physics and Chemistry, Utrecht University
  • Grant Allen, Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Manchester
  • Jose de la Torre Gallegos, Senior Corporate QHSE Manager, Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP)
  • James France, Senior International Methane Scientist, Environmental Defence Fund
  • Julia Schmitt, Program Manager Methane Guiding Principles, Wintershall Dea
  • Ben Cahill, Senior Fellow, Energy Security and Climate Change Program, Center for Strategic and International Studies
  • David Carlin, Head of Risk, UNEP- Finance Initiative
  • Violeta Bescós Roy, Innovation Senior Engineer. Methane Emissions Specialist, Enagás
  • Jean-Daniel Paris, Research Scientist, Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l'Environnement
  • Stavroula Gkyrti, Chemical Engineer – LNG Processes Section, Desfa
  • Jolinde Vaan de Graaf, Team leader methane measurement and mitigation, Shell
  • Charalampos Kiosses, Planning & Processes Support Section Head – TRANSNET, Desfa
  • Arne Höffken, Manager Sustainability Storages, Uniper
  • Dr. Ulrich Duda, Manager General Affairs Storage, Uniper
  • Bettina Knudsen, COO / Commercial Director, Explicit,
  • Luca Ledermann, Business Developer and Project Manager, Explicit

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