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Corporate Details
Exhibitor: Global Methane Initiative
Contact Name: Holly Cannon and Ida Arabashahi
Booth Number: 623
Address: 1200 Pennsylvania Avenue NW (6207J),
Washington, DC 20460
United States
Website: http://www.globalmethane.org

Corporate Summary:

GMI is a multilateral partnership that focuses on the development of strategies and markets for the abatement, recovery, and use of methane through technology development,demonstrations, deployment and the implementation of effective policy frameworks, identification of ways and means to support investment and removal of barriers to collaborative project development and implementation. GMI targets methane sources from agriculture, coal mines, landfills, oil and natural gas systems and wastewater

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Interest in: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Finland, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Mexico, Norway, Pakistan, China, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Russia, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, Vietnam, Nigeria, Ghana, Jordan, Nicaragua, Korea, Mongolia
Product Service Offerings
Climate Change, Government, Renewable Energy, Research & Development, Training
Business Development Objectives
Education, Joint Venture Partners, Research Development Collaboration, Strategic Alliances, Technology Transfer
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