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2024 ADED RESULTS

0.45 90% probability of detection (kg/h)
98.9% % of releases accurately localized
2% AVERAGE QUANTIFICATION ERROR

THE TAKEAWAY

Our Canary X system outperformed all other systems, with the highest detection sensitivity and near-complete quantification accuracy.

METRIC

DETECTION

The minimum methane emission release rate (in kg/h) that the system detects 90% of the time*.

How we did

  • Our Canary X device has a 90% probability of detection for releases over .45kg/hr
  • This represents the highest sensitivity in the market and a 13x improvement vs. last year

*POD metrics should be coupled with false positive rates–maintaining high sensitivity and low false positive rates is how you distinguish best-in-class technologies. Ours was X%.

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COMING SOON TRUSTWELL 3.0 (1)

Reliably detecting releases is critical to: 

Time-bounding emissions: Minimize financial exposure tied to Other Large Release Events under the new Subpart W

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METRIC

EMISSION LOCALIZATION

The system's ability to accurately determine which piece of equipment the emission is coming from.

How we did

  • Our system accurately localized to the equipment group 98.9% of the time
  • Half of the above emission events were localized to the exact piece of equipment within the equipment group
COMING SOON TRUSTWELL 3.0 (1)

Accurately determining the emissions source helps operators

Pinpoint the exact equipment source to streamline LDAR activities and accelerate leak mitigation.

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QUANTIFICATION ACCURACY

Determining the amount of methane emitting from a site through methane concentration data, wind data, and atmospheric modeling. 

How we did

  • Overall, we quantified total site emissions with near-complete accuracy.
  • Project Canary is the only company that quantifies total site emissions with an average error of only 2% – with a range of 0-5% error over the course of the entire test.
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COMING SOON TRUSTWELL 3.0 (1)

Quantification is key to EPA OOOOb/c

The EPA seeks technologies that can accurately measure the amount of gas released from a facility over a given period, even as release rates vary (as observed during testing)

ABOUT ADED

METEC is one of the leading third-party assessors of methane measurement technology’s ability to detect, localize, and quantify methane emissions.

METEC's ADED testing is the only direct way to compare methane monitoring technology in a completely controlled, blind environment.

Speed to detection and proven quantification accuracy are critical to minimizing the financial and reputational risk associated with new regulations.

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