Methane emissions from the upstream oil & gas sector waste valuable resources and contribute significantly to climate change
Governments are implementing strict reporting regulations to manage greenhouse gas emissions.
Methane emissions from the upstream oil and gas sector result from normal operations (venting), leaks and upset conditions. These emissions can be cost-effectively reduced with the use of new technologies and via operational optimization. Improving the quantification and reporting of methane emissions, as well as leak detection and repair are essential requirements to comply with new regulations and reduce the environmental footprint of operations across the world.
Streamlined data flows. Accurate engineering calculations. Flexible reporting. Peace of mind.
Key features of your facilities are available in a central online database. Internet access allows updates to be performed remotely.
Flexible reporting to comply with government regulations, evaluate energy efficiency projects, emissions offsets, etc.
Operator mobile interfaces allow for simple notification of non-routine events. Details causing the event are also recorded.
Qualified process engineers interpret flaring and venting data to detect design/operational optimization.
Accurate engineering calculations produce the best possible estimates of volumes and emissions.
Through our partnership with Greenpath Energy, we can provide field survey services and fugitive emissions management programs.