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Join your fellow methane experts and policy-makers from around the world at the Global Methane Forum on April 16-18, 2018 to discuss options for methane reduction and abatement activities in multiple sectors. Organized by the Global Methane Initiative, the Climate & Clean Air Coalition (CCAC), and the Government of Canada, the Forum will be held back-to-back with a CCAC Working Group Governance meeting, which will take place at the same venue on April 19 20.
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Partner Countries

The GMI is represented by countries with large sources of methane and/or special expertise and interest in developing methane projects. GMI Partner Countries account for approximately 70 percent of global manmade methane emissions. Click on a country for more details.

Industry Sectors and Committees

Biogas Sectors

Biogas Sector

The GMI is dedicated to reducing the impacts of climate change through methane abatement, recovery, and use in the areas of agriculture, municipal solid waste, and wastewater.

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Coal Mines Sector

Coal Mines Sector

Removing fugitive methane gas from underground coal mines and using it in profitable and practical ways can improve safety, enhance productivity, increase revenues, and reduce emissions.

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Oil & Gas Sector

Oil & Gas Sector

Methane emissions, primarily resulting from normal operations and system disruptions, can be reduced by upgrading technologies or equipment, and by improving procedures.

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Steering Committee

Steering Committee

The Steering Committee governs the overall Initiative; annually reviews progress; and provides guidance to the Administrative Support Group and Subcommittees.

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Private Sector Involvement: Project Network

The Project Network is a growing community of private-sector entities, financial institutions, and other governmental and non-governmental organizations with an interest in methane abatement, recovery, and use projects. Active involvement by Project Network members is essential for building capacity, transferring technology, and promoting private, direct investment to ensure the GMI’s success. Project Network members have helped the Initiative leverage nearly $600 million in investment from private companies and financial institutions.

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This video explains how the oil and gas sector matters to mitigating global methane.

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