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CH4 Connections 2023

We were glad to participate as sponsors at the 10th annual CH4 Connections conference, hosted by GTI Energy and Colorado State University Energy Institute. The event took place on October 4-5, 2023, in the picturesque Fort Collins, Colorado.

Greetings to all attendees and partners, and a warm appreciation for the opportunity to engage with esteemed industry leaders, researchers, policymakers, and environmental advocates at this influential gathering.

As stakeholders in the ongoing discourse on methane emissions, our presence at CH4 Connections was vital in contributing to the crucial dialogue surrounding the urgent need for effective methane emission management strategies and sustainable energy solutions.

Insights and Highlights:

Day One:


1. Regulatory Landscape and Funding Initiatives: Ryan Peay from the U.S. Department of Energy provided a comprehensive overview of the evolving regulatory landscape and the government's ambitious goals for emissions reduction. He emphasized the significant funding initiatives aimed at advancing technology and research in methane emission mitigation, highlighting the importance of collaborative efforts between industry and regulatory bodies.


2. Standardization and Data Credibility: Tom Curry, Director of Policy and Analysis at the Office of Resource Sustainability, U.S. Department of Energy, emphasized the critical need for a standardized monitoring, reporting, and verification (MMRV) framework. This framework, he explained, would ensure the transparency and credibility of methane emission data across the industry, fostering trust and facilitating effective decision-making.


3. Technology Diversity in Emission Mitigation: Jared Ciferno, Program Manager for Methane Mitigation Technologies at the U.S. Department of Energy's Fossil Energy Carbon Management, underscored the importance of embracing a diverse range of technology solutions in addressing methane emissions. He highlighted ongoing initiatives and research projects focused on enhancing methane quantification technologies and reducing emissions across the oil and gas infrastructure.


Day Two:


1. Hydrogen Emissions and Technology: Michael Webber from UT Austin delivered a thought-provoking discussion on the significance of hydrogen emissions and the parallels between learnings from methane emissions and technologies. His insights shed light on the challenges and opportunities in adopting hydrogen as a cleaner energy alternative, emphasizing the critical role of innovative sensor technologies and sustainable production processes.


2. Global Perspective on Emission Mitigation: Brian Redick, an associate at Climate Investment, offered a comprehensive global perspective on methane emissions, emphasizing the crucial role of international collaborations and local partnerships in mitigating emissions. He highlighted successful initiatives from various regions, underscoring the importance of coordinated efforts and shared best practices in achieving significant progress in methane emission reduction.




CH4 Connections served as a platform for fostering critical conversations and insights on methane emissions, emphasizing the need for collaborative efforts in achieving sustainable energy solutions and addressing environmental challenges effectively.


We will continue strengthening our efforts in advocating for comprehensive emission management strategies and technology advancements to build a cleaner and more sustainable energy future.


Stay tuned for more updates and initiatives from us as we remain committed to driving positive change in the field of methane emission management.

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