Extractive Industries Program: Monitoring EM Companies’ Methane Emissions

Where can investors get reliable and up-to-date information about methane emissions?

Methane emissions make a significant contribution to global warming and all its negative consequences. Many oil & gas companies emitting this potent greenhouse gas are located in developing countries. For investors looking at these countries, it is important to have relevant data to compare emissions by these companies, as well as aggregated by countries where they are located. This data can help in the investment decision making process, as well as in concentrating advocacy and engagement efforts on the largest emitters.

Following a series of events on methane emissions organized by the Extractive Industries Program, our next webinar will focus on the data and tools available for emerging markets investors. 

During their presentation and a Q&A session, experts from Carbon Tracker will describe the tools that they have developed and the data they use. They will work through several EM country and company examples and use a case study to show how to analyze an oil & gas enterprise from the point of view of its methane emissions, weak points, and potential engagement targets.


Rob Schuwerk, Executive Director, Carbon Tracker North America

Pavel Laberko, Director of the Extractive Industries Program, EMIA (moderator)

The webinar is open to financial professionals, issuers, and EMIA partners only.