GHG Measurement & Abatement (Emissions Committee)

GPA Midstream’s GHG Measurement & Abatement Committee is responsible for all technical matters concerning the measurement, quantification, and abatement of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and associated environmental impacts that originate from midstream facilities. This group maintains a continuous study of GHG emissions measurement best practices and conducts research on the application of specific GHG emission measurement technology as applied to various environmental, geographic and production facility settings with the goal to optimize emissions characterization across a broad range of environmental conditions. This committee meets 2 times per year, most commonly in April and September. View the GHG Measurement & Abatement Committee Charter.

Typical Committee Member

A typical committee member includes individuals with appropriate job responsibilities and/or expertise related to this committee's work. This committee accepts volunteers with appropriate experience, and members may also be assigned by a GPA Midstream member company.

Current Committee Members

GPA Midstream and GPSA members on the committee as of 02-25-2022 include:

A+ Corporation
Barry D. Payne & Associates – Mangan Inc.
Bryan Research & Engineering, LLC
Cameron, A Schlumberger Company
Catalytic Combustion Corporation
Caterpillar, Inc.
Clean Connect
Dow Hydrocarbons and Resources LLC
EagleClaw Midstream
Energy Transfer Co.
Howard Energy Midstream Partners
INNIO Waukesha Gas Engines Inc.
Marathon Petroleum Corp.
Midcoast Energy
Midstream Energy Group, Inc.
Muse, Stancil & Co.
NTACT Operations, LLC
Quorum Business Solutions
SPL, Inc.
Summit Midstream Partners
Targa Resources, Inc.
TMCO Operating, LLC

Interaction with other GPA Midstream Committees/Outside Organizations

The committee works with other GPA Midstream technical committees and outside organizations such as American Gas Association (AGA), Energy Infrastructure Council (EIC), Natural Gas Sustainability Initiative (NGSI), Oil & Gas Methane Partnership (OGMP), American Petroleum Institute (API) and others.