Thu, 20 May|
SCLF Webinar 24
TB18 – Using multiple ‘lines of evidence’ to move gas risk assessment beyond GSV
Time & Location
20 May 2021, 12:00 – 13:00 BST
About the Event
In 2019, Simon Talbot and Geoff Card published a CL:AIRE Technical Bulletin based on over 10 years’ worth of continuous ground gas monitoring demonstrating the additional insight provided into ground gas sources and behaviours. Matt will summarise how these approaches can be used as part of a ‘lines of evidence’ approach to inform actual ground gas risk to both current and proposed developments.
This webinar will be delivered by Matt Askin of GGS. Matt is a chartered scientist with over fifteen years’ experience in the UK environmental sector. With a background in both regulatory and consultancy roles, he has extensive skills in investigating and managing environmental challenges.
Matt has particular expertise in the investigation, monitoring, risk assessment and management of hazardous ground gases, with substantial knowledge of landfill, waste deposit and brownfield sectors. More recently he has been focussed on improving the environmental performance of the onshore oil and gas sector, specifically ways to reduce greenhouse gases and other associated emissions.
Matt is also a long-standing Fellow of the Geological Society and has served on a number of regional and specialist group committees, including the Society’s Environment Network. He has a keen interest in innovation and a proven track record of using new and repurposed technology to improve the environmental performance of activities, both for clients and wider society.
You can access the recording here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5j_pIa3t3F4