Operators are reducing their methane emissions through a constantly evolving suite of new technologies; however those that plan for the future will be able to create the most measurable change by preparing for both evolving investor and regulatory scrutiny through an ecosystem of verifiable reports.
Deon Daugherty, Editor-in-Chief, Oil and Gas Investor, Hart Energy
Steve Deiker, Chief Strategy Officer, Kairos Aerospace
Tim Novick, President & CEO, Ecotec
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