Stanford Natural Gas Initiative is delighted to host theMethane Emissions Symposium- February 23-25, 2021
In a carbon-constrained world, methane emissions management in the oil and gas value chain will increasingly become a competitive advantage. Numerous emerging methane detection and quantification technologies lay the foundation for substantial emissions reductions beyond the current state of the art, likely at a lower cost in many cases.
This virtual symposium will bring together thought leaders in the methane emissions space from industry, academia, government, and non-governmental organizations. The target audience is industry decision-makers in oil and gas production, gas transmission and distribution, and related services, as well as other stakeholders. Methane management is on the verge of transformation. We aim to help light the way.
This event is invitation-onlyand will be held under Chatham House rules. Please visit the Chatham House website for more information on Chatham House rules.
Symposium Chair: Evan Sherwin