This webinar will provide producers with a view of available methane reduction technologies and how they can be applied to operations. We are in a new emissions mitigation environment – one that requires regulatory compliance while continuing to meets investor (ESG and financial) expectations. This session will walk attendees through the process of gathering inventory data, analyzing it and identifying project opportunities. That will be followed by the application examples of technologies available to achieve regulatory compliance and emission reductions marketable on the carbon offsets market.

In this webinar you will learn…

• How to use methane regulations to strategically identify capital investment opportunities.
• Details about readily available technologies useful to mitigate methane emissions and to meet your regulatory obligations.
• How to leverage available financing to reduce the cost of implementing methane technologies.
• Identify the pathways to achieving methane reductions that are economically feasible.

Jackson Hegland
Executive Director
Methane Emissions Leadership Alliance (MELA)

Jackson is the Executive Director of the Methane Emissions Leadership Alliance, an industry association composed of methane reduction technology and service providers from throughout Canada and the United States. He is also President of Modern West Advisory, a strategic consulting firm working with oil and gas industry, government, and clean technology providers on emission reduction & management activities. Jackson has over 12 years of experience as an oil and gas professional building carbon management strategies, collaborating with industry and government on climate change policy design, and evaluating & executing greenhouse gas emission reduction projects throughout Western Canada. He graduated from Princeton University with a degree in Environmental Economics.

Blake Wickland
Environmental Solutions Manager
PTW Canada

With over 25 years of experience in the Oil and Gas industry and a diverse background in field level maintenance, construction, design and troubleshooting, Mr. Wickland can provide a boots on the ground view on the execution of GHG projects. A Journeyman Instrument Mechanic by trade Blake started his career in Drayton Valley, Alberta in the field and moved to Calgary in 2005 to pursue projects that would require attention from concept to design and execution both in North America and overseas.

John Hampton
Account Manager, Oil and Gas
Spartan Controls

Has been working at Spartan Controls for 10 years and is a NAIT graduate of Instrumentation program. Following first two years in the valve shop, Mr. Hampton has worked mainly in upstream/midstream oil and gas, lived and worked in Grande Prairie for three years and has been in Calgary for one year now. He is passionate about his work and supporting customers.