Mark outlines a proven 3-step strategy for monitoring, measuring, and monetizing your carbon. Mark will present actual case studies from clients and show you how you can automate compliance, increase the market value of your company, and increase revenue.
The following video was recorded at the Carbon Tracking & Reporting conference in March 2022 in Houston.
If you’re part of a publicly traded energy company or you have ESG investors, then this episode is designed for you.
Arooshi Dahiya has helped dozens of publicly traded companies in Hong Kong, Singapore, India, and Europe with their mandatory ESG reporting.
The SEC recently published it’s 500-page proposed regulation called, “The Enhancement and Standardization of Climate-Related Disclosures for Investors“
Arooshi presents a summary of the new rules and explains what Energy companies must do to comply with the new disclosure rules.
If you’re an oil & gas professional who needs to do a live webinar or online summit, then this episode is designed just for you.
The ESG for Energy online summit was held live on March 17, 2022. In this episode, Mark Smith goes behind the scenes of the conference with the producer, Russ Johns of the Pirate Syndicate.
If you’re interested in seeing the replay of the online summit, you can get instant access to all of the content by clicking here: https://esgforenergy.com.
In this episode, Thomas Fox, the founder of Highwood Emissions Management, describes a brand new methane intensity calculation standard called Veritas.
The proposed standard, called “Veritas: a GTI (Gas Technology Institute) Gas Measurement & Verification Initiative” was co-developed by natural gas producers, non-profits, and academics to replace the current formula-based calculations with actual calculations of methane intensity.
The goal of Veritas is to have their methane intensity methodology adopted by various voluntary & regulatory groups including RSG standards. EPA, and other regulators.
In this episode, Thomas details:
If adopted, this proposed methane intensity methodology will impact every oil & gas producer.
In this episode, I interview Craig O’Neill, who is the Director of Business Development for Teledyne-FLIR’s OGI (optical gas imaging) division.
Craig & I discuss:
This is a preview to what Craig & I will be showing you at our upcoming Online summit on March 17, 2022 called ESG for Energy. You can register free here: ESGforEnergy.com
In this episode, I interview Ryan Keys, President of Triple Crown Energy, a medium-sized EMP in the Permian Basin.
Ryan talks about Triple Crown’s ESG (environment, social governance) journey and discusses:
This episode is a “preview” to the live case study that Ryan and his Triple Crown team are going to provide to registered attendees of the ESG for Energy online conference on March 17, 2022.
You can register for free here: ESGforEnergy.com
EPA has released their step-by-step guide on how to conduct a LDAR (leak detection and repair) survey using an OGI (optical gas imaging) camera.
Most of you have been using OGI cameras for years to do your LDAR surveys. With Appendix K, the EPA is now very specific on how you conduct your surveys.
And, in case you haven’t seen my video summary on EPA’s new 0000b/c rules, then visit: https://cleanconnect.ai/ep43-epa-emissions-update-oooob-c/ and make sure you watch that episode. It’s the companion to this Appendix K video.
ESG investors now control $120 trillion dollars of capital. ESG money has become the #1 influence on the oil & gas market.
My guest, Geoffrey Cann, provides a sneak peak into his new book, “Carbon, Capital, and the Cloud.” Geoffrey interviews dozens of oil & gas executives to discover the challenges & successes of attracting ESG capital while managing their carbon footprint and energy transition.