Global Methane Forum – FAQs

As March’s Global Methane Forum (GMF) nears, the Administrative Support Group would like to take this opportunity to answer some frequently asked questions.

  1. When and where is the GMF?
  2. Where can I find the agenda for the Forum?
  3. How much does the GMF cost?
  4. Is there space for exhibitors?
  5. Are there opportunities to support the GMF?
  6. Where do I sign up?
  7. What if I need a room overnight?
  8. What if I have other questions?

When and where is the GMF?

The GMF will be held Monday-Wednesday, 28-30 March 2016 at the Georgetown University Hotel and Conference Center in Washington, D.C., USA.

Where can I find the agenda for the Forum?

You can download the draft agenda (PDF) right here!

How much does the GMF cost?

Registration for the Forum is free! There is an optional $25 fee to purchase boxed lunches for Tuesday and Wednesday (the 29th and 30th).

Is there space for exhibitors?

Unfortunately there isn’t room for any exhibitors, however we have several options for supporters (see below).

Are there opportunities to support the GMF?

Yes! There are four different levels of general support, as well as opportunities to host specific events at the Forum. Be a part of the leading technical conference for the latest science, policy, best practices, and case study presentations on methane. At GMF, you’ll be among your peers and colleagues from around the world to experience three days of world-class content. For more information, please review our Supporter Opportunities (DOCX) information package.

Where do I sign up?

At globalmethane.org/forum/registration.html.

What if I need a room overnight?

We have reserved a block of sleeping rooms at the Georgetown University Hotel and Conference Center for meeting participants. Our discounted rate is $209 per night plus tax single/double. You may reserve your room online at https://bookings.ihotelier.com/bookings.jsp?groupID=1557938&hotelID=15410.

What if I have other questions?

For more information, you can go to globalmethane.org/forum or email us at asg@globalmethane.org.

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