VCS will host a webinar on Friday 1 July to introduce stakeholders to a new methodology to capture coal bed methane seeps.
- Webinar on VCS Methodology VM0014: Interception and Destruction of Fugitive Methane from Coal Bed Methane (CBM) Seeps
- Friday 1 July 2011
- 16:00 GMT (9:00 San Francisco/12:00 Washington DC/13:00 Rio de Janeiro/17:00 London)
The VCS Association has approved a new methodology which quantifies the greenhouse gas emission reductions from activities that capture methane seeping from coal bed methane deposits.
The methodology, VM0014 Interception and Destruction of Fugitive Methane from Coal Bed Methane (CBM) Seeps, was developed by the Southern Ute Indian Tribe Growth Fund with WSP Environment & Energy and was assessed by two independent validation bodies, DNV and Bureau Veritas.
Representatives from VCS, WSP Environment & Energy and Bureau Veritas will join a webinar on Friday 1 July to introduce and describe the new methodology.
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