Greenhouse Gas Accounting 101

Jan 25, 1:30 — 2:45 PM EST

Policymakers and end users with greenhouse gas emissions reduction goals have a variety of ways to demonstrate progress. But what exactly is GHG Accounting and how does it work? This session will examine how government programs and corporate end users account for their GHG emissions, and how biodiesel, renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel can get these stakeholders where they want to go.


Fred Ghatala

Director of Carbon & Sustainability
Advanced Biofuels Canada

Fred Ghatala is the Director for Carbon and Sustainability of Advanced Biofuels Canada, a national industry association established to promote the production and use of advanced biofuels in Canada. Ghatala leads ABFC’s work to establish biofuel carbon value, lifecycle analyses in regulations, sector engagement in sustainability initiatives, and expanding advanced biofuel use into aviation and marine sectors.

Jennifer Dudgeon

Director, Climate & Sustainability Performance
World Energy

Jennifer has over 20 years of experience working towards reducing global GHG emissions and increasing the use of renewable fuels and renewable energy technologies. Her experience spans many industries and sectors, including local, federal, and international governments, iron and steel, manufacturing, and software. Currently Dudgeon is the Director of Climate and Sustainability Performance at World Energy where she is operationalizing sustainability principles throughout the organization.


Dan Mazzone

M4 Consulting

Daniel Mazzone, Ph.D is an Economist for MARC-IV Consulting with five years of experience in the renewable fuels space. Previously, he was an Economist for the U.S. Energy Information Administration and a researcher for the UC Institute of Transportation Studies. He holds a Ph.D. Agricultural and Resource Economics from UC Davis, a M.A. Economics from San Diego State University, and a B.S. Economics from Towson University.

Room: Ballroom B