The Payne Institute for Public Policy at the Colorado School of Mines published a research paper on data analysis of continuous monitoring of emissions from oil and gas well sites.
The paper covers a case study demonstrating how continuous monitoring technology is used to locate emissions events in near real-time, allowing operators to quickly fix leaks. Project Canary’s technology is featured.
Download the paper Initial Findings from Continuous Monitoring of Oil & Gas Operations below.
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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. www.projectcanary.com