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Methane Emissions Reductions & Funding ft Darcy Spady

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CE 19. Carbon Connect International – Methane Emissions Reductions & Funding ft Darcy Spady

Darcy Spady, is the Managing Partner of Carbon Connect International and served as the 2018 SPE International President. He brings 33 years of experience in conventional oil, heavy oil and unconventional gas to Crownsmen Energy from both the hands on engineering side and the global outlook perspective. 

Carbon Connect International works with industry to deliver tangible methane emissions reductions through:

The team at Carbon Connect International is composed of experts in program oversight for emissions reduction technology deployment including Jackson Hegland and Al Duerr. Their programs remove barriers to technology implementation by making sure the best available technologies are being used to identify and reduce methane emissions in drilling, completions, production, and processing. The two programs include: 

MTIP – The Methane Technology Implementation Program (MTIP)  targets deployment and use of commercially available technologies that emphasize reductions in methane emissions in the discovery, recovery, and processing of Alberta’s energy resources. The program will achieve immediate methane emissions reductions from upstream oil and gas operations while supporting the growth of Alberta’s technology sector.

BROA – Baseline and Reduction Opportunity (BRO) Assessment Program   This program will be an integral part of Alberta’s methane emission reduction initiative by identifying emissions sources and providing recommended solutions. The BRO Assessment program will provide the information and data to support project evaluation and enable participation in available provincial and federal initiatives to incent methane emission reduction projects.




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