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.


About Project Canary

Project Canary, an International Environmental Standards company based in Denver, Colorado, is a mission-driven B-Corporation accountable to a double bottom line of profit and the social good. We believe it is possible to create a financially successful, self-sustaining business that “does well and does good.” Our goal is to mitigate climate change by helping the oil and gas industry operate on a cleaner, more efficient, more sustainable basis. Our proven solutions provide real-time emissions monitoring and rigorous independent certification of oil and gas well sites for responsible operations.

Project Canary / IES solutions help energy companies Collect, Manage, Operationalize and Benefit from real-time environmental data.

Project Canary partners with the Colorado School of Mines Payne Institute to develop a collaborative environment for oil and gas companies and external parties to share best practices and insights garnered through continuous monitoring,


Project Canary

Chris Romer
Co-Founder and CEO