Oil and Gas

Oil and Gas Subcommittee Meeting

List of Events

Date12 May 2014
Location: San Antonio, Texas, United States
Industry Sector: Oil and Gas

During this Subcommittee Meeting, we discussed the following:

  • Administrative Support Group (ASG): The ASG provided an update of the following:
    • Upcoming Partnership-wide meeting
      • How can subcommittee support this meeting?
      • Ideas for general strategies to encourage attendance and participation in the meeting.
      • Strategic communications for promoting meeting, as well as GMI in general (to include attendance at key conferences).
      • Linkages to other Partnership programs.
    • GMI 10-year Anniversary report/video
  • Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC): The U.S. Department of State provided an update on launch of the CCAC Oil and Gas Methane Partnership which was developed through a year-long consultation with a variety of oil and gas companies, and several key CCAC partners.
  • Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action (NAMA): We discussed why NAMAs are important and how companies are using NAMAs to inform policy discussions and accessing the financial assistance that industrialized countries have mobilized.
  • Finalized the Oil and Gas Statement of Purpose: Collectively, we reviewed and adopted the Statement of Purpose.

Minutes: View the final agenda and minutes (PDF, 9 pp, 125 KB)


  • Update from the Administrative Support Group (PDF, 10 pp, 619 KB)
  • Climate and Clean Air Coalition (PDF, 29 pp, 473 KB)
  • Update on Sector Specific Strategies and Activities:
    • Saudi Aramco (PDF, 19 pp, 926 KB)
    • U.S. EPA (PDF, 8 pp, 268 KB)

Organized By:
The Global Methane Initiative (GMI)

Henry Ferland

Allison Berkowitz

Event Resources

Resource ImageResourceYear
UnitedUnited States of America GMI Oil & Gas Update
(PDF, 273.9 KB, 8pp)
UpdateUpdate from the Administrative Support Group (May 2014)
(PDF, 633.7 KB, 10pp)
OilOil and Gas Subcommittee Meeting Agenda (2014)
(PDF, 134.3 KB, 9pp)

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Building global relationships and capacity to act on methane