Today, over 90% of energy producers use the EPA's formula for calculating methane intensity.
Starting in 2022, using the EPA's formula instead of calculating your own methane intensity will cost your company millions in carbon fees (taxes).
The top 20% of producers who lead the industry in emission monitoring will attract the majority of ESG capital.
The rest will lose ESG investors.
Plus, the top producers will actually earn carbon credits that will be paid by producers who cannot prove their methane intensity.
Not only is this an unethical waste... it's unfair.
This is why the ESG for Energy conference was created:
To give the unfair advantage back to those who can prove it.
You'll get strategies that are already working from energy producers who have invested hundreds of hours and millions of dollars to figure this out.