Free online seminar covers greenhouse gas emission regulations

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Tags: green manufacturing, energy management

GE Sensing & Inspection Technologies is hosting a free online panel discussion on the importance of the Environmental Protection Agency’s greenhouse gas reporting rules and how they affect the oil & gas industry. Panelists include Annemargaret Connolly and Matthew Morton of Weil, Gotshal & Manges and Lisa Campbell and William Hanna, both partners at Environmental Resources Management Inc. The panel will take place within “ACCESS Oil & Gas: Integrity Forum”, a free online virtual event kicking off on March 30. The panel begins at 1 p.m. Eastern and after the panel discussion, all of the speakers will be participating in a live Q&A to answer questions.

The panel will include the latest overview of global emissions regulations; the mandatory greenhouse gas reporting rules and what effect they will have on refineries; who and when companies must start reporting greenhouse gas emissions; and how to prepare for upcoming regulations.

The ACCESS Oil & Gas: Integrity Forum is a virtual event that goes live on March 30 and will remain as an accessible environment until June 30. The forum provides an opportunity for oil & gas professionals to chat live with peers, listen to industry leaders and discuss trends and new product offerings without leaving the computers, eliminating both travel time and travel costs. As a global business leader, GE is connecting with customers and industry professionals on a new level – giving ACCESS to a much wider audience.

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About GE Sensing & Inspection Technologies
GE Sensing & Inspection Technologies is an innovator in advanced measurement, sensor-based and inspection solutions that deliver accuracy, productivity and safety to customers in a wide range of industries, including oil & gas, power generation, aerospace, transportation and healthcare. The business is part of GE Energy Services and has more than 40 facilities in 25 countries worldwide. 

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