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Differentiating Commodities | Canary Chats #2
The Responsibly Sourced Gas (RSG) market has arrived, but where is it headed?

As the world transitions to a new era of energy production and environmental focus, it should come as little surprise that the RSG market has found its way to the forefront of buyer and investor demands. But with the increase in interest, what constitutes “certified gas” has increasingly blurred lines.

This raises a crucial question: What does it take to earn a certification? This webinar will discuss the core concepts of certification: Methane, GHGs, Water, Land, Community, Safety, and Engineering and how each plays a critical role in the integrity of Responsibly Sourced Gas.

With recent commentary from the Environmental Defense Fund, the anticipated wide acceptance of OGMP 2.0, and changes in both EPA & SEC reporting requirements, now is the time for crisp definitions surrounding certified gas.
We will discuss how selecting the proper certification program, and monitoring technologies can fend off claims of greenwashing and how the wrong choices will lead down the opposite path. Just as all operators are not created equal, neither are the various certifications and reporting standards.

Aug 31, 2022 01:30 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Josh Zier
Head of Certifications @Project Canary
Josh Zier is the Head of Certifications for Project Canary. He is responsible for leading and executing the development and evolution of Project Canary's TrustWell Certification and Midstream Certification programs and accompanying verified attributes. He is passionate about driving data-driven solutions to reach net-zero goals--this passion resonates through the projects he leads within Project Canary. Josh has over 11 years of experience in the oil and gas industry, where his experience has focused on drilling activities and project management. Prior to Project Canary, Josh worked as the lead environmental engineer for International Environmental Standards PBC, an independent ratings, analytics, and certification company in the energy industry. Before this, he worked as a field drilling engineer for Hess Corporation, an American global independent energy company involved in the exploration and production of crude oil and natural gas.
Will Foiles
Co-Founder & Chief Operating Officer @Project Canary
Will Foiles is responsible for overseeing day-to-day operations, including supply chain management, field monitoring systems, new product development, growth strategy, partnership building, financial modeling, clean gas market development, operations, and long-term data projects. He plays a key role in coordinating company resources to fulfill the Project Canary brand promise and ensure customer success as the company grows. His background in energy finance and work developing data acquisition technologies is vital to Canary’s long-term technology goals.