Methane Conference 2019

Industrial Methane Measurement Conference 2019

Industrial Methane Measurement Conference will take place on the 22nd & 23rd of May 2019 in Rotterdam, Netherlands

Following the success of IMMC 2017, where over 100 industrial stakeholders, academics and regulators joined from all over the world to discuss the increasing need and growing capabilities to measure and reduce industrial methane emissions, we are pleased to announce IMMC 2019.

Methane Conference 2019Methane is a potent greenhouse gas and has a significant impact on global climate change. However, the persistence of methane in the atmosphere is much shorter than carbon dioxide, so initiatives to lower methane emissions are likely to be effective more quickly. It is therefore vital that methane emissions are reduced in the near-term, facilitated by accurate and reliable measurements. However, it can be challenging for industry to keep pace with evolving regulations and increasingly sophisticated techniques available to industry to monitor emissions.

IMMC 2019 provides a unique environment for delegates, allowing them the opportunity to compare capabilities, discuss challenges and review emerging technologies for monitoring methane. At IMMC 2019, leading experts will discuss latest field studies and policy developments alongside showcasing cutting edge methods and novel technologies for monitoring fugitive methane emissions including leak detection, identification and quantification as well as long term monitoring.

This two-day event will focus on the following key themes:
  • Scientific understanding, regulation and policy;
  • Industrial case studies and application of current capabilities;
  • Demonstration and validation of novel technologies/techniques;
  • Sensors, instruments and emerging technology; and
  • Future capabilities and industrial needs

Benefits of attending:

  • Gain insights from the leading experts on the current state-of-the-art application of methane monitoring technologies
  • Understanding the pros and cons of available methane monitoring technologies that:
    • support regulatory compliance
    • increasing operational efficiency
    • most cost effectively reduces losses and fugitive emissions
  • Overviewing the emerging technological innovations for methane monitoring, including leak detection, quantification and long term monitoring
  • Understanding the current and potential future regulatory landscape
  • Learn about developments in emission monitoring methods and standardisation
  • Networking with key decision makers, industry stakeholders from across industrial sectors and leading international scientists in emissions monitoring

The event is aimed at:

  • Industry, including oil & gas, waste management, product & equipment manufacturer sectors, petrochemicals, and agriculture industries
  • Policy makers and regulators, who set and enforce the requirements for monitoring methane
  • Scientists and academia, involved with developing the methods and quantification of fugitive emissions
  • Solution providers and consultants, who work with the above stakeholders in providing consultancy for the measurement of industrial methane emissions