The world's biggest producers are racing to certify their gas. Why? Because methane emissions are a leading cause of climate change and investors and stakeholders need to know your emissions output before they'll invest or buy.
Stacey Mitchell, Partner, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
Will Jordan, Executive Vice President and General Counsel, EQT Corporation
Lara Owens, Ph.D., Director of Science and Technology, MiQ
Christopher Treanor, Counsel, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
2023-01-27 - Dan Pickering, Chief Investment Officer of Pickering Energy Partners (PEP), discusses U.S. production and M&A after a “funky and weird” 2022 and sees the U.S. shale boom settling into a “shale business.”
2022-12-27 - The legislation seeks to ensure that the easing of U.S. sanctions on Venezuela comes only after President Nicolas Maduro has taken steps to restore democratic norms
2023-01-25 - Trinidad and Tobago’s Prime Minister Keith Rowley told attendees at the Trinidad and Tobago Energy Conference 2023 that the country’s petrochemical sector was undergoing major changes and needed to embrace a “greening” of the sector.
2022-12-02 - Chevron was authorized on Nov. 26 to expand its Venezuelan operations and resume shipping heavy crude to the U.S.
2022-11-29 - Executives at Venezuelan state firm PDVSA are less enthusiastic after learning of license terms that will not allow Chevron to reimburse operational costs or pay taxes and royalties in Venezuela, according to sources.