Fri, Aug 27|
Fellow Presents: Methane Emissions in Abandoned Oil + Gas Wells, Data to Date
A Free Live Q+A with leading US scientists and researchers, tailored to the interests of operators in the oil and gas industry. RSVP Today as attendance is limited.
Time & Location
Aug 27, 2021, 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM CDT
About the Event
There is significant buzz currently around both orphan wells and methane emissions from abandoned oil and gas wells. This conversation will highlight on behalf of operators, what data exists in the public space and how it has been interpreted to date by parties outside of our industry. The intent is to level-set industry nomenclature and existing scientific datasets, discuss their implications and limitations, and highlight what conclusions may or may not yet be drawn. When partnered transparently with scientists addressing the topic on behalf of interested parties, we may begin to build a bridge dedicated to positive solutions.
Guests Presented by Fellow:
- Amy Townsend-Small, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Environmental Science, University of Cincinnati
- Daniel Raimi
Fellow, Resources for The Future
Lecturer, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan
-David Lyon, Ph.D.
Senior Scientist, Environmental Defense Fund
-Taylor Shin, Moderator
Global Vice President - Strategy - Digital Solutions, Baker Hughes