Oil and Gas

GMI Oil & Gas Subcommittee Webinar: Accelerating Methane Mitigation Through Markets

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Date24 February 2021
Location: Online
Industry Sector: Oil and Gas
The GMI Oil & Gas Subcommittee webinar: “Accelerating Methane Mitigation Through Markets” was held on on Wednesday, 24 February 2021 from 15:00 to 16:30 UTC. You can confirm the local time of the webinar for your time zone by clicking here.

This session shared insights on how leading policy and market approaches are accelerating actions and investments in methane mitigation globally. The webinar, hosted by the Global Methane Initiative (GMI) in partnership with the International Emissions Trading Association (IETA), showcased a diverse panel of global experts across methane mitigation technologies, markets, finance, assurance, and protocols. 

The panel of experts addressed the following questions:
  • What policy design elements and market/price signals are enabling methane mitigation? 
  • Where are these technologies being deployed at a notable scale? 
  • How can oil & gas stakeholders across other parts of the globe replicate these enabling market conditions for methane mitigation?  
Expert speakers included:
  • James Diamond, GMI Oil & Gas Subcommittee Co-Chair, Environment and Climate Change Canada (Opening Remarks)
  • Katie Sullivan, Managing Director, IETA (Moderator)
  • Yvan Champagne, President, Bluesource Methane
  • Rob Hamaliuk, Executive Director - Climate Change Policy, Alberta Government
  • Michiel ten Hoopen, Founding Partner and Managing Director, ClearBlue Markets
  • Michael Cote, President, Ruby Canyon Environmental
  • Jamie Callendar, Vice President, The Inlandsis Fund
Brief individual presentations and a moderated discussion were followed by an interactive Q&A session with the audience. 

Webinar Recording:

Event Resources

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MeetingMeeting Summary
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Presentation:Presentation: Accelerating Methane Mitigation Through Markets
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SpeakerSpeaker Bios
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