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.
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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