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Measure, Monitor, and Mitigate Your Methane Emissions

Jan 17 2023

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

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 Methane Mitigation Europe.

This March 2023, following the huge success of the Methane Mitigation Summit in the US, the event is coming to Europe.

At Methane Mitigation Europe, over 100 oil and gas operators will discuss best practices to identify, measure, monitor and eliminate methane emissions - all while continuing to meet the global demand for affordable and reliable oil and natural gas.

Taking place in Amsterdam on March 27-29, 2023, industry experts from BP, Environmental Defense Fund, Shell, TotalEnergies, Methane Guiding Principles, Equinor, Eni, and many more will be sharing insights through powerful keynote presentations, case studies, panel discussions, workshops, and interactive discussion groups. Topics of discussion include how to:

  • Meaningfully drive down methane emissions, while ensuring energy security and providing energy equity
  • Unpack key regulatory updates and understand next steps for the energy sector
  • Improve the quantification and reliability of methane emissions data
  • Navigate the technology landscape and implement solutions based on specific assets and needs
  • Manage methane risks on NOJVs
  • Streamline company-level measurement & reporting of methane emissions data
  • Build future-proof energy companies, and take steps towards a more sustainable future

Available to download now, the Methane Mitigation Europe Agenda will provide you with details of the sessions taking place during the 3-day event, who’ll be taking the stage, and how you can register.

The event will also be showcasing the latest and leading technology to help you on your journey to Net-Zero.

If you can’t make it to the event but want to learn more about Methane Mitigation, you can download the exclusive report, 5 Ways Oil and Gas Companies Can Reduce Methane Emissions.

The report looks at how TotalEnergies, BP, BPX Energy, Shell, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, Eni, and ExxonMobil are reducing methane emissions, and review 5 ways oil and gas companies can mitigate methane emissions.

The report also includes an exclusive interview with David Mendelson, SVP of Exploration and Production at TotalEnergies. David shares his thoughts on the energy transition and how the company folds emissions reduction into its daily operations, plus more.

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