Methane emissions measurement: when is it enough?
The importance of understanding and reducing methane emissions has reached critical mass.
During COP26, over 100 nations and dozens of companies pledged to significantly reduce or eliminate methane emissions by 2030. These commitments are meant to address an existential threat, where access to investors and capital are at risk for the oil and gas industry.
Erin Tullos, expert in emissions and environmental compliance and Director of Environmental Sciences at ChampionX, joins us to discuss:
- How the industry currently measures methane emissions and exciting new changes on the horizon
- The best and worst technologies for emissions measurement used today
- Top decision criteria to consider when designing or upgrading your emissions measurement system
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