Please join us for the inaugural Mines Methane Symposium – Issues and Opportunities held virtually on February 17, 2022, bringing together thought leaders from industry, academia, think tanks, and U.S. state and federal government, as well as foreign government leaders on the economic, policy and technology issues and opportunities related to addressing methane emissions.
The recent global Methane Pledge, as well as new proposed regulations by the U.S. EPA have put an urgent focus on how to minimize methane emissions. This will be a key area for addressing climate change, as well as the sustainability of the energy industry, and the future of the gas and oil sectors. Since 2014, Colorado had led the way to implement the first state-level methane reduction regulations in the country, and the EPA’s new proposed federal regulations were modeled on Colorado’s experience. We will focus on questions such as: What has been learned so far? What are the potential economic impacts on consumers, industries, and supply chain? What are the challenges and opportunities for methane management nationally and globally? How can data science and standards be brought to bear most effectively?
The Mines Methane Symposium 2022 will provide a critical foundation for future decisions on technology and regulation for methane emissions. This program features distinguished keynote speakers and expert panel discussions on policy and regulations, measurements and standards, research and technology, and industry deployment of innovative solutions.
Come join in this important dialogue on shaping the future of energy.