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2016

Below are the presentations that authors gave GTI permission to make available to the public. These were presented at the CH4 Connections: The Methane Emissions Conference on November 2-3, 2016. Click a title below to view a PDF version of the presentation. (The PDF will open in a new window or tab please make sure you have any pop-up blockers disabled.)

Day 1
  • David Carroll
    Methane Emissions – A Global Response
  • Timothy Taylor
    Colorado Oil and Gas Methane Rules
  • Andrew Williams
    Best Practices for Minimizing Air Pollution from the Oil and Natural Gas Sector
  • Roy Hartstein
    Methane Detection and Abatement
  • Christopher Freitas
    DOE Methane Emissions R&D
  • Carey Bylin
    EPA Voluntary Methane Programs for the Oil and Gas Industry
  • Rod Rinholm
    International Perspectives on Methane Emissions
  • Lloyd Graydon
    Methane Emissions in Australia
  • Jasmine Urisk
    Methane Emissions: A Canadian Natural Gas Transmission and Distribution Pipeline Sector Perspective
  • Vladislav Karasevich
    Methane Regulation in Russia
  • Jesus Manuel Gil Jimenez
    Enagás´ ongoing activities in R&D to reduce methane emissions
  • Day 2
  • Nate Gorence
    ARPA-E’s MONITOR Program: Technology to Quantify Methane Emissions
  • Matt Harrison
    Methane Measurement Advancements Panel: Intro
  • Dan Zimmerle
    CH4 Research: Methods, Measurement, and Uses
  • Marc Fischer
    From Wells to Burners: Methane Emissions from California Natural Gas
  • Aileen Nowlan
    Measuring and Managing Methane
  • Amy Townsend-Small
    Stable Isotopes Can Constrain Sources of Methane and Resolve Discrepancies Between Top-Down Observations and Bottom-Up Inventories
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    2015

    Below are the presentations that authors gave GTI permission to make available to the public. These were presented at the CH4 Connections Conference on October 6-7, 2015. Click a title below to view a PDF version of the presentation. (The PDF will open in a new window or tab please make sure you have any pop-up blockers disabled.)

    Keynote
  • Paul Gunning
    Overview of EPA Oil and Gas Activities
  • PANEL 1 DISCUSSION: Initiatives to Reduce Methane Emissions: Policies and Regulations
  • Pamela Lacey
    Methane Reductions: Continuing the Downward Trend
  • Brian Jones
    Downstream Natural Gas Initiative: EPA’s Methane Challenge Program
  • Michael Silverstein
    Colorado’s Hydrocarbon Control Rules for the Oil and Gas Sector: Rule Implementation and Lessons Learned
  • PANEL 2 DISCUSSION: R&D Programs to Reduce Methane Emissions
  • Joel Bluestein
    R&D Opportunities for Methane Emissions Mitigation - Overview
  • David McCabe
    Putting Out the Fire: Proven Technologies to Improve Utilization of Associated Gas from Tight Oil Formations
  • Panel 3 DISCUSSION: Bottom up and Top Down Approaches to Quantify Methane Emissions
  • David Lyon
    Top-down & bottom-up estimates of CH4 emissions in the Barnett Shale
  • R. Subramanian
    Top-Down Tracer Flux vs Bottom-Up Onsite: Transmission & Storage Facilities
  • Technology Showcase
  • Greg Clark
    Alert Plus Aegis 400 Remote Emission Monitoring Station
  • Mike D'Antoni
    Pneumatic Device Emissions and Compressor Venting
  • Milton Heath
    Infrared Leak Detection Technologies and Best Practices in the Natural Gas Industry; Safe, Simple, Fast and Effective Ways Companies are Identifying Fugitive Methane Emissions
  • Jack Schwaller
    Reducing Vent Gas Emissions with New Rod Sealing Solutions for Reciprocating Compressors
  • David Scharf
    SYNODON - Advanced Airborne Integrity Management Services
  • Terence Trefiak
    LDAR Case Study: Comparison of Conventional Method 21 vs. Alternative Work Practice (Optical Gas Imaging)
  • Peter Foller
    Low Cost TDLAS for Continuous Monitoring of Methane Emissions
  • ARPA E PANEL
  • Mike Thorpe
    Mobile LiDAR Sensor for Rapid and Sensitive Methane Leak Detection
  • Hendrik Hamann
    The IBM ARPA-E MONITOR Project AIMS: An Intelligent Multi-modal CH4 Measurement System Continuous fugitive gas quantification and source localization
  • Stephen Segal
    Tunable mid-IR laser for methane sensing
  • Mickey Frish
    Methane Leak Surveying with Small Unmanned Aerial Systems
  • John Edelbeck
    Methane Detectors Challenge Testing
  • Natural Gas Vehicles (NGV's) and Natural Gas Engines
  • Jeff Clarke
    Methane Emission Solutions for the Natural Gas Community
  • Patrick Couch
    Overview of Methane Emissions from Natural Gas Fueling Stations
  • Posters
  • Marc Besch
    Challenges of Controlling CH4 Emissions from CNG/Diesel Fuel-Fuel Retrofitted Heavy-duty Engines
  • Derek Johnson
    Methane Emissions From Various Portions of the Supply Chain
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    2014

    Below are the presentations that authors gave GTI permission to make available to the public. These were presented at the CH4 Connections Conference on September 23-24, 2014. Click a title below to view a PDF version of the presentation. (The PDF will open in a new window or tab please make sure you have any pop-up blockers disabled.)

  • John Adgate
    Natural Gas Production & Distribution: Human Health Issues
  • Ryan Barry
    Industry Perspectives on Methane Emissions
  • Erica Bowman
    Gas Industry Perspectives on Methane Emissions
  • Sharon Buccino
    Clearing the Air: What Communities Expect and How to Deliver It
  • Marcilynn A. Burke
    The Intersection of Local Land Use Law and State and Federal Regulatory Law
  • Roger Fernandez
    EPA Initiatives to Reduce Natural Gas Emissions through Voluntary Programs
  • Susan Fleck
    Mitigation of Methane Emissions
  • Fiji George
    Confluence of Sound Science and Policy – The ONE FUTURE Approach to Methane Emissions
  • Gilbert Gonzalez
    Shale Revolution Texas: Solutions for Building Sustainable Communities
  • Pamela Lacey
    Natural Gas Emissions: Continuing the Downward Trend
  • Kathryn Mutz
    Collaborative Methane Emissions Solutions for the Natural Gas Community
  • Phillip Schlagel
    Methane Opportunities
  • Robert Talbot
    Characterizing Fugitive Methane Emissions in the Barnett Shale Area Using a Mobile Laboratory
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