Fugitive Emissions Detection
The Oil & Gas, Energy, Industrial, and Government sectors are all under increasing pressure and public scrutiny to reduce emissions that impact ambient air quality.
The majority of leaks or irregular releases from pressurized containment are difficult to detect. These fugitive emissions are most often small releases that provide no immediate impact on human health and the environment. However, rapidly expanding activity across a number of industries has lead to gasses like methane reaching a measurable increase on the global scale.
In response, governments have placed an increased pressure and awareness on fugitive emissions detection – and specifically the identification, quantification, and reduction of methane emissions.
The Oil and Gas industry in particular has seen the development or amendment of both federal and provincial and provincial regulations. In Particular, changes to the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 and the development of the Alberta Energy Regulator’s (AER) Directive 60 have put industry in a difficult position – since reliable, accurate, and cost effective methods for identifying and qualifying these releases have not been traditionally available,
That is, until now.
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