Methane Mitigation Global Summit
The Largest Global Summit on Methane Mitigation: Move from Detect & Repair to Predict & PreventVisit event website
Rapidly reducing methane emissions from the oil and gas sector is an essential part of the Global Methane Pledge, but not all participating countries are as advanced as others.
With countries committing to collectively reducing methane emissions, it is now imperative that international leaders from across the oil and gas industry come together to develop new ways to identify, measure, monitor and eliminate methane emissions across their operations and show leadership in responsible energy production.
Timothy Patrick Reinhardt
Director, Division of Methane Mitigation Technologies, Office of Resource Sustainability, Fossil Energy and Carbon Management
Tim Reinhardt is currently at the Department of Energy (DOE) serving as the Director for the Division of Methane Mitigation Technologies in the Office of Resource Sustainability (ORS) within Fossil Energy and Carbon Management (FECM). There he oversees programs related to methane mitigation and quantification, hydrogen and natural gas decarbonization and undocumented orphaned wells. Tim previously worked within DOE in the Geothermal Technologies Office (GTO) as the Program Manager for the Systems Analysis and Low-Temperature (SALT) Programs; and also served as the International lead. Tim received his bachelor’s degree from Northwestern University. He served in the United States Navy for nine years as an officer and Naval Aviator, and holds Master’s Degrees from the University of Oklahoma and the University of Texas at Austin.
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Jun 20, 2023 - Jun 23, 2023
$1,099.00 - $2,499.00
Norris Conference Center,
803 Town And Country Ln, Ste 210, Houston, TX, USA