A lot is happening at Project Canary, and here is a summary of recent media coverage and press releases.
Major Haynesville shale driller installing tech to monitor methane, reduce emissions. The monitoring system triangulates emissions using several devices at the well site and cost pennies on the dollar, compared to the drones or flyover aircraft with infrared cameras used in the past to detect methane leaks. Get the full story at The Advocate.
Quantum, Capital Firms Invest in Denver-based Startup Project Canary. Driven by natural gas customer demand and broader ESG trends, the company is working with nearly 100 partners, in various stages of contracting, across the energy sector. Partners include investors, oil and natural gas producers, pipeline operators, utilities and LNG providers. Get the full story at HART Energy.
Colorado Energy Organizations Launch First-of-its-Kind Responsibly Sourced Natural Gas Partnership. The unique wellhead to burner-tip RSG pilot extends across the energy value chain – from production, transportation and marketing of RSG – for consumer and community use locally in Colorado. Get the full press release.
EQT Partners with Project Canary on “Responsibly Sourced” NatGas. We understand–this is the new wackadoodle world we now live in. Fossil fuels are considered evil and we must do everything we can to convince people they aren’t, and certifying your natgas is green is one more tool to help convince others. Get the full story at Marcellus Drilling News.
New project aims to verify natural gas is ‘responsibly sourced’ from Colorado wells to power plant. A Denver-based startup has struck its first deal to monitor the emissions of natural gas from its source in Colorado, its transport in pipelines and try to verify delivery as “responsibly sourced gas” to a utility. Get the full story at the Denver Business Journal.
EQT and Project Canary Partner on Certified Responsibly Sourced Natural Gas Pilot. Under the terms of the confidential pilot, a global energy company has agreed to purchase a portion of the RSG produced from the pilot. Get the full press release.
Colorado Firm Urges Gas Industry to Fix Its Brand. “We are going to lower the footprints of both the wires and the pipes, and the industry needs to get its head out of the sand and realize it needs to address the methane problem.” Get the full story at Rigzone.
Project Canary Says U.S. LNG Terminals in Talks to Environmentally Certify Trains. Project Canary, an environmental monitoring company, is in discussions with U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal operators and buyers as demand has increased dramatically for cleaner energy across the globe. Get the full story at Natural Gas Intelligence.
Wyoming Natural Gas Producer Joins Denver-Based Emissions Monitoring Firm to Produce “Responsibly Sourced Gas.” Using certification and technology developed by Project Canary, UP Energy plans to develop responsibly sourced natural gas (RSG) for service to regional customers and consumers. Get the full press release.
Responsibly Sourced Gas: Time to Change the Natural Gas Industry’s Narrative. Russo Energy LLC, published a new white paper describing how the U.S. natural gas and LNG industries can benefit in the transition to a carbon-neutral future by embracing a narrative of “responsibly sourced gas (RSG).” Get the white paper.
About Project Canary
Project Canary, an International Environmental Standards company based in Denver, Colorado, is a mission-driven B-Corporation (approval pending) accountable to a double bottom line of profit and the social good. Project Canary believes it is possible to create a financially successful, self-sustaining business that “does well and does good.” Project Canary’s goal is to mitigate climate change by helping the energy value chain operate on a cleaner, more efficient, more sustainable basis. Its proven solutions provide real-time emissions monitoring and rigorous independent certification of oil and gas well sites for responsible operations. Project Canary helps organizations collect, manage, operationalize, and benefit from real-time, trusted, and independent environmental data. Project Canary also 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.
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