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CMR White Paper Series on Uncertainty
Uncertainty surrounding methane emissions estimates and measurements is a complex issue that many groups are trying to understand. To begin to break the issue down into manageable and easier to understand pieces, GTI Energy’s Dr. Zachary Weller has begun a series of white papers detailing what uncertainty is and how this complex topic must be addressed in all estimates of methane emissions. We now have two papers in this informative series.
Unpacking the Climate Impact of Hydrogen
GTI Energy’s Center for Methane Research (CMR) is joining forces with our Hydrogen Technology Center (HTC) to host a conversation with Didier Hauglustaine, director of research at the Climate and Environmental Sciences Laboratory (LSCE) to better understand atmospheric concentrations of hydrogen and what implications that has on its use.
Differences between Calculated and Actual Emissions
CMR Program Manager Dr. Chris Moore discusses what goes into calculating methane emissions in regulatory reporting programs and emissions inventories along with some key differences between those calculations and how much methane is emitted to the atmosphere.
Calculated vs. Actual Methane Emissions Part 2 – Reconciling with Veritas
In this second video in our series on the differences between calculated and actual methane emissions, Dr. Chris Moore discusses at a high level what it takes to compare measurements that a company has made with their existing calculated emissions. He introduces the GTI Energy initiative, called Veritas, that is attempting to develop protocols for doing just that, across all of segments of the natural gas supply chain.
View the U.S. House of Representatives report, Seeing CH4 Clearly: Science-based Approaches to Methane Monitoring in the Oil and Gas Sector, discussed in the video.
CMR WHITE PAPER
Case Study on New Mexico Methane Strategy – EMNRD Methane Waste Rule
The U.S. EPA is considering changes to the Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program
Recent study points out inequities in numbers of leaks across urban areas
The Center for Methane Research (CMR) provides a centralized, industry-wide technical and policy support resource focused on the presence, measurement, and potential impacts of methane in the atmosphere, highlighting the interconnected role of natural gas production, delivery, and use.
Development of this “wellhead-to-burner-tip” industry resource provides a common platform of technical understanding that can be used in the decision-making process in support of balanced policy decisions that impact the environment, industry, and ultimately the consumer.