The Energy & Emissions Research Lab (EERL) recent publication has quantitatively and transparently tested a new airborne LiDAR technology developed by Bridger Photonics Inc., which has the potential to transform how oil and gas sector methane sources are detected, quantified, and mitigated. The federal government has made big investments in reducing methane emissions from oil and gas operations, but Professor Matthew Johnson says “you can’t reduce what you can’t measure and if we’re serious about near term reduction targets of 45% and net-zero by 2050, we need to be measuring progress or we won’t make it”.

CBC News: The World at Six (Radio) Interview at 16:50

CBC News: The first step in reducing methane emissions are better ways of measuring them, researchers say

The National: April 13, 2021 (interview at 41:16)