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2022 Energy Predictions

Predictions are a funny thing in a turbulent atmosphere. COVID (still), the rise of the millennial workforce (shifting priorities), climate attitudes (different than last year), and global resilience (innate human attribute) all factor heavily into both the sell-side...

Stop Methane Emissions Now to Power the Regenerative Future

By Chris Romer Here’s a simple truth: the world uses natural gas for heat and electricity at home and work every day. Demand will grow by 31.6% until 2035, when it’s expected to plateau as the energy transition matures. Renewable energy sources and battery storage...

On Engineering Standards

After a decade in the field as a petroleum engineer, often in remote areas and exposed to extreme conditions, I learned that that by and large, there aren't many huge leaks, but the aggregate of tiny leaks from o-rings and gaskets can really start to add up....

Expanding our Flock: The Latest in ESG and Customer Solutions

We're excited to welcome two new members to the Project Canary team: David Stewart, VP of Environmental Solutions and Regulatory Affairs, and John "Bunkie" Westerheide, Senior Director of Customer Solutions. Meet David Stewart. ESG reporting has seen a meteoric rise...

Dr. Anna Scott Featured on Energy Transition Solutions Podcast

Welcome to the Energy Transition Solutions podcast — brought to you on the Oil and Gas Global Network by AWS Energy. This week Joe talks with Dr. Anna Scott, Chief Science Officer of Project Canary. We discuss what ESG is and relate ESG reporting to everyday items to...

Project Canary and the Energy Supply Chain

Over half of the energy today in the United States comes from fossil fuels (~60%), with natural gas representing about 40% of our energy generation and coal representing approximately 20%. The remainder of the electric grid is sourced from renewable sources, like...

Why Each Measurement Matters

I sometimes get pushback on why we need to collect data every second of every minute from each well pad. At Project Canary, we focus on continuous methane measurement for a simple reason: it's the only way to get reliable data about the size of methane emissions from...

Do Your Utilities Account For Upstream Emissions?

25% of electric generation emissions come from the upstream supply. Carbon dioxide makes all the headlines, but methane, the molecule that makes up natural gas, warms the climate 25-85X more than carbon dioxide. Curbing these emissions could make a serious impact on...

Canary Certification Midstream

Understanding the carbon footprint of the energy supply chain has been complicated by the reliance on estimates to report fugitive emissions and emission profiles for ESG reports and/or regulatory compliance. These estimates don’t often match up with actual...