Public Panel

Ottawa, ON

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Methane Emissions Reporting

EU-Canada Dialogue on Methane

Public Panel
May. 15, 2024 10:00am - 12:00pm ( EDT )
Online or in Ottawa

Amanda Bryant, senior analyst with the Pembina Institute's oil and gas program, will appear on a panel on "Methane emissions reporting: identifying blind spots in data collection and addressing challenges in harmonizing global reporting frameworks," as part of the European Union Climate Dialogues project's EU-Canada Methane Activity Policy Discussion on May 15, 2024.

The session is a hybrid event, hosted in collaboration with the Carleton University in Ottawa, as part of the 2024 CanCH4 Symposium. The panel discussion will delve into the current challenges and explore actionable strategies to enhance methane emissions reporting in the oil and gas industry. Specifically, panelists will discuss blind spots in current methane data collection methods and ways to streamline and harmonize reporting frameworks for more accurate and reliable methane emission inventories globally.

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