3rd Annual

Conference: March 27-28, 2024
Workshop: March 26, 2024
Norris Conference Center City Centre | Houston, TX

$400 DISCOUNT EXPIRES MAR 8 | REGISTER HERE

Transforming into an Energy Solution-Focused Approach to Measure, Manage, Forecast, and Improve Carbon Emissions Data to Drive New Business Value


300+
ATTENDEES


50+
SPEAKERS

40+
SPONSORS & PARTNERS

10 HOURS
OF
NETWORKING

2 DAYS OF
INTERACTIVE
LEARNING

About The Conference

Regulations are compelling oil and gas companies to address sustainability issues like climate change and disclose their efforts in managing them. The Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) is finalizing climate-related disclosure requirements, while the IRA of 2022 has allocated $369 billion to modernize the U.S. energy system. 

Simultaneously, the European Union (EU) adopted the European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS) and published them as the final rules for the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD). In addition The International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) has also released the last versions of its first two Global sustainability disclosure standards for financial reporting are expected to be adopted by significant countries and jurisdictions following the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) worldwide. 

The California legislature has passed two climate-related bills that overlap somewhat with the SEC's proposed climate rule. The shift towards regulated disclosures will accelerate transparent reporting, necessitating high-quality data for accurate measurement and continuous improvement of carbon emissions. 
Accurate tracking of current and projected carbon footprints is essential for achieving net zero for transparent reporting to stakeholders, encompassing shareholders, employees, customers, and government bodies

The Third Annual Carbon Tracking and Reporting Conference is scheduled for March 27-28, 2024, at Norris City Center in Houston galvanizes the sustainability executives and the professionals leading the decarbonization strategy and emission reduction initiatives in the oil and gas industry. The conference aims to facilitate discussions on the challenges and opportunities associated with transforming into an energy solution-focused approach, addressing regulatory requirements and exploring innovative ways to measuring, managing, forecasting, and enhancing carbon emissions data to drive new business value.

2024 REGISTRANTS INCLUDE

2024 FEATURED SPEAKERS

Jennifer Cadena
Jennifer Cadena
Vice President - ESG and Assistant General Counsel
SilverBow Resources
Brad Caldwell
Brad Caldwell
Director of Energy and Carbon Reporting
LyondellBasell
Karl Greissinger
Karl Greissinger
Senior Counsel, Commercial
ConocoPhillips Company
Eric Hambly
Eric Hambly
Executive Vice President, Operations
Murphy Oil Corporation
Leticia Jensen
Leticia Jensen
Global Purchasing Director for ESG, Sustainability and Supplier Diversity
Dow
Karey Knackstedt
Karey Knackstedt
GM of US Onshore Operations
Murphy Oil Corporation
Julie Mulkerin Ortiz
Julie Mulkerin Ortiz
GM Decarbonization Strategy
Chevron
Andrew Nobbay
Andrew Nobbay
Director of Carbon Accounting
Oxy
Jessica Roman
Jessica Roman
GM ESG and Sustainability
Phillips 66
Daniel Sheahan
Daniel Sheahan
Director, Sustainability
Chord Energy
Sarah Jane Sherman
Sarah Jane Sherman
Vice President – Global Supply Chain Management
Excelerate Energy
Brent Williams
Brent Williams
Director of Sustainability
Callon Petroleum

Key Highlights: 

  • Understand the differences between California's two Climate bills and the proposed Securities Exchange Commission Climate Disclosure ruling about Scope 1, Scope 2, and Scope3
  • Develop end-to-end sustainable emission strategies to identify and prioritize abatement strategies and prove reduction 
  • Examine the developments in overcoming the obstacles by sharing primary data for Scope 3 emissions reporting
  • Learn the best practices for carbon reporting audibility and alignment with financial auditing standards
  • Understand the investment risks associated with transitioning to a net-zero economy and striking a balance among shareholder returns, emissions mitigation, consumer needs, and emerging business values
  • Develop product carbon footprint to collect data from a cradle-to-grave to account for emissions at different stages of the product life cycle 
  • Explore the role of emerging technologies in moving your company beyond offsets, have a longer-positive impact on the environment, and generate revenue instead of cost
  • Engage suppliers in emissions reporting and setting reduction targets
  • Identify how a collective approach to innovation and ecosystem-building can accelerate the transition towards a decarbonized future

2024 ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS

Leticia Jensen
Leticia Jensen
Global Purchasing Director for ESG, Sustainability and Supplier Diversity
Dow
Tuba Khawaja
Tuba Khawaja
Director Finance, Low Carbon Technologies
ConocoPhillips
Julie Mulkerin Ortiz
Julie Mulkerin Ortiz
GM Decarbonization Strategy
Chevron
Cynthia Schwendeman
Cynthia Schwendeman
Staff Data Manager
bp
Jennifer Stewart
Jennifer Stewart
Director of Climate and ESG Policy
American Petroleum Institute

Who Should Attend?

Chief Sustainability Officer, SVP, VP, Director, Manager, Low Carbon and Sustainability, Environment & ESG Strategy, Low Carbon and Circular Carbon Solutions, Commercial Sustainability, Carbon Accounting, ESG AND EHS, Climate Sustainability, Sustainability Strategy, Policy Engagement, Operations Integrity and Sustainability, Energy Transition and Sustainability, Renewable Energy

Supply Chain: EVP, VP, Director, Manager, Global Procurement, Supply Chain Management

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2023 EVENT HIGHLIGHTS

Get a copy of the 2nd Annual Carbon Tracking and Reporting Conference Post Event Report. With 55+ speakers, 40+ sponsors/partners, and attendees from 120+ different organizations, this event brought leaders from across energy's value chain to discuss how the industry can best track and report carbon and methane emissions.

2023 ATTENDING COMPANIES INCLUDED

2023 EVENT HIGHLIGHTS

WHAT ATTENDEES SAID ABOUT 2023 EVENT

I had the privilege of participating in the Carbon Tracking & Reporting Conference for the second year, continuing to learn and share challenges, feedback and best practices. As a procurement professional, these kinds of engagements promote collaboration and collective action for each link in the supply chain to do their part in accelerating the energy transition for a sustainable future.

This conference was an excellent way for people working within the ESG groups to gain valuable knowledge and meet many people that are passionate about emission calculations. Overall, excellent conference! 

The conference brings together a rich and diverse group of forward thinkers. The subject matter speaks to all areas of the energy value chain and offers insight into the challenges and opportunities present in the space. I’ve come away from the conference invigorated by the progress we are making as an industry, and excited by new approaches. 

The Carbon Tracking & Reporting Conference brought together operators, service providers, new technologies and investors to constructively debate best approaches to emissions measurement and reporting as well as operational improvements to reduce emissions. I look forward to returning for next year’s event. 

The Carbon Tracking and Reporting brings together a diverse audience from technology developers and energy operators with a focus on discussing various aspects of emission accounting, forecasting and reporting. This is a fantastic opportunity to network, learn about best practices and new technologies. 

The 2nd Annual Carbon Tracking & Reporting Conference was my first one and I loved it! The agenda was designed very thoroughly and I did not skip a single session. The talks on the sidelines were also very informative.