Methane | #4 | Satellite Measurements Data in Support of Detection and Quantification of CH4 Emissions
June 16 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm UTC+0
Part of the SPE Gaia / OGCI / IPIECA / IOGP Climate Series eSessions
In recent years great strides have been made in satellite detection of methane emissions. There are now a variety of satellites with a variety of methane sensors and detection capabilities in orbit and several more planned in coming years. Today is public data with limited resolution, and high-resolution private data, in the future the new satellites will bring new levels of transparency to methane emissions in both public and private domains.
We have assembled a distinguished and expert panel working in this field to present and discuss what is possible and the impact this can have on rapid mitigation of methane emissions.
June 16th 2021, 0900 CST / 1500 BST
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The Climate Series eSessions
- Detection & Quantification in a Rapidly Evolving Landscape – February 17th 2021, 0900 CST / 1500 BST.
- Technology and Investment Focus – March 31st 2021, 0900 CST / 1500 BST
- Policy Focus and Industry Action – May 12th 2021, 0900 CST / 1500 BST
- Satellite Measurements Data in Support to Detection and Quantification of CH4 Emissions – June 16th 2021, 0900 CST / 1500 BST