Date: August 23 and 24, 2021
Description: This workshop will explore new methane-sensing technologies that are not currently approved for use in EPA’s New Source Performance Standards for the oil and natural gas sector. EPA’s partners and members of the public are encouraged to attend the workshop and see how these innovative technologies could be applied in the oil and gas industry.
Attendees will also be able to visit a virtual “virtual exhibit hall” to see presentations from technology vendors on their new technologies, with a focus on technology capability, applicability and data quality. Be sure to check out Arolytics’ presentation on AROfemp.
Host: Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute
Date: August 26, 2-3 PM EDT
Description: This is a free webinar, where a panel of experts – including Arolytics’ President Liz O’Connell – will discuss how technology, such as AI, will impact the future of energy sector methane emissions management.
Host: Energy Community
September 13, 2021 (Target Setting Recommendation)
October 11, 2021 (Methane emissions detection, measurement and quantification technologies)
November 8, 2021 (EU strategy follow up/EU legislative process)
Description: In this seven series webinar, Energy Community seeks to improve stakeholders’ knowledge of the importance of tackling methane leaks, as well as best practices in methane emissions measurement and reporting. These webinars will be hosted with the cooperation of leading European industry experts and are free of charge.
 CH4 Connections
Host: GTI and the Colorado State University Energy Institute
Date: October 12-13, 2021
Location: Fort Collins, Colorado
Description: CH4 Connections 2021 “Accelerating Transition to a Low Carbon World” will highlight stakeholders in the energy industry that are facilitating reduction in methane emissions across the energy value chain. CH4 Connections Conference will dive into how effective regulations, scientifically sound methane accounting principles, advancing methane emissions research, and leak detection technology, are needed to accelerate the transition to a low carbon world.
The conference promotes the open exchange of ideas from leading thought leaders, academic researchers, industry experts, regulators, policymakers, and environmental advocates. Speakers will address current research on methane emissions technologies, regulatory frameworks, and business implications and opportunities.
Host: PTAC and Arolytics
Date: September 28 from 11 am – 12 pm MST
Description: Join Arolytics in this information session to learn from experts in alternative methane detection technologies and management practices. Hear directly from successful organizations about their key considerations and steps to getting started.
Host: DMG Events
Date: 2-4 November 2021
Location: Lake Charles, Louisiana
Description: With the US set to expand its role in shaping global LNG dynamics through 2021 and beyond, this exhibit will highlight the synergies that are evolving between the US and the demand centres across Europe, China, and Latin America. The exhibit will overview the global impacts of the new climate policies under the Biden Administration, the new carbon and methane emissions targets being set by buyers, governments, and investors as well as the top 15 LNG trends.
Join hundreds of key players from across the value chain as they reconvene in person to debate, network, and share insights following an unprecedented year of disruption.
 4th Annual Methane Emissions Reduction & 1st Annual Net Zero Forum
Date: November 3 & 4, 2021
Location: Calgary Marriott Downtown Hotel
Description: This year, the conference will be expanded to also include the 1st annual Net-Zero forum, including two topics: Hydrogen as it relates to the oil & gas, and Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage. The typical 8 sessions will be held on methane, and 4 sessions on each of the new topics will also be held. In coming years, the conference will expand further to include Net-Zero topics, such as wind, solar, nuclear, and more.
Host: ONE Future Methane Initiative
Date: November 10-11, 2021
Location: Houston, Texas
Description: The conference will be held over 2 days at the Norris Conference Center in Houston, TX and will focus on environmental & regulatory issues, policies, investor relations, and technological advancements across the natural gas supply chain. Representatives from natural gas companies, pipeline companies, refineries and utilities will be present, allowing attendees to connect with peers who are facing similar challenges and opportunities in mitigating methane emissions.
Host: ILM Exhibitions
Date: June 8-9, 2022
Location: Rotterdam, Netherlands
Description: The IMMC 2022 provides a unique opportunity for delegates to compare capabilities of emerging technologies for monitoring and reducing methane emissions. Leading experts will reveal novel technologies/techniques and discuss the latest scientific studies and policy developments for fugitive methane emissions including leak detection, identification, quantification and long term monitoring.