Fugitive Emissions Workshop Report

This report is the outcome of the Fugitive Emissions Workshop held on 9 June 2022 during the FEnEx CRC Annual Conference. Methane (CH4) is the second most important greenhouse gas after CO2 and contributes 23% of current anthropogenic global warming. A facilitated workshop was held to promote exchange between industry, government, and academic personnel with interests in monitoring, reporting, and reducing fugitive emissions. The workshop’s objectives were: (1) educate CRC Participants on fugitive emissions of methane; (2) identify current and expected challenges when it comes to monitoring and reducing fugitive emissions; and (3) develop a prioritized list of activities that the FEnEx CRC could conduct to assist industry as part of completing Commonwealth Milestone 1.2.1.

Authors:

Dr Luke McElroy, FEnEx CRC Foundation Fellow and Curtin University

Prof Eric May, FEnEx CRC CEO and The University of Western Australia

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