Denver Business Journal: A Second Denver Oil Company Adopts Continuous Emissions Monitoring

Bayswater Joins Air Emissions Monitoring Program, Chooses Project Canary’s Continuous Monitoring Solution 

The Denver Business Journal featured Project Canary in a recent article covering growing momentum among leading oil and gas producers for continuous air emissions monitoring.

Bayswater Exploration and Production recently announced participation in an air emissions program that will cover approximately 99% of its daily production volumes sourced from the Denver-Julesberg Basin, just northeast of Denver.

Steve Struna, president and CEO of Bayswater, remarked: “We chose to engage with Payne and Project Canary because of the tremendous learning opportunity it provides us to know even more about improving the efficiency of our operations so that we can engage more effectively with the communities where we operate and the regulators who oversee our activities. Our goal is to demonstrate the low environmental impact of our operations. The best thing we can have is real-time data which affords us the opportunity to continuously improve our health, safety, and environmental performance.”

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The Bayswater announcement follows the January 16, 2020 news from Crestone Peak Resources announcing that company’s participation in the Continuous Monitoring Program.

About Project Canary

Project Canary is a SaaS-based data analytics company focused on accurate corporate climate ESG data for emission-intensive industrial companies. We are the leaders in holistic environmental assessments (air, water, land, and community). Project Canary scores responsible operations, delivering independent emission profiles via high-fidelity continuous monitoring technology to provide actionable environmental performance data. Our sensor portfolio includes high-fidelity spectroscopy-based methane detection and emissions quantification for the oil and gas sectors, plus Aeris Technologies’ laser-based gas analyzers covering other emissions, including ethane, nitrous oxide, formaldehyde, ethylene oxide, benzene, and more. Formed as a Public Benefit Corporation, Project Canary’s Denver-based team of scientists, engineers, and seasoned industry operators identify and quantify areas to reduce emissions.

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