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Latest Methane News: Journal of Petroleum Technology
Journey to an “A” Grade Gas Certification
01 June 2023
This article describes the MiQ grading framework for natural gas in more detail and explains practical pathways for industry participants to achieve any desired MiQ grade.
Scepter, ExxonMobil Team With AWS To Address Methane Emissions Through Space-Based Monitoring and Advanced Data Science
17 May 2023
The collaboration expects to redefine methane detection and contribute to emission-reduction efforts across dozens of industries, including energy, agriculture, manufacturing, and transportation.
IoT-Enabled Monitoring System Allows for Rapid Detection of Super-Emitters
10 May 2023
The authors of this paper describe a continuous monitoring system based on the Internet of Things (IoT) to use methane-concentration sensors permanently installed at facilities and connected to a cloud-based interpretation platform.
Uncertainty, Confusion Continue To Grow Around Methane Tax
25 April 2023
With the methane emissions tax contained in the Inflation Reduction Act looming, confusion reigns over just how to calculate emissions and concerns grow the tax will hit smaller and mid-size companies hardest.
Tracking the Energy Transition: EPA Details $2.7B Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund
24 April 2023
Also: A report says Bitcoin mining could ease emissions. Haliburton is accelerating its clean-energy efforts, while insurer Chubb cracks down on methane. ExxonMobil and Linde team up in Texas. Shell plans to limit CO2 emissions in Dutch plants, and Drax presses pause on bioenergy in the UK.
Oil and Gas Production in Gulf of Mexico Has Twice the Climate Impact of Official Estimates, Researchers Say
11 April 2023
In August 2020, scientists spent 10 days doing airborne surveys of more than 50 platforms in the Gulf of Mexico. Their results revealed a climate impact twice as large as that estimated by government inventories.
Deeper Dive: Trending Papers and Proceedings from OnePetro©
- Development of Methods for Top-Down Methane Emission Measurements of Oil and Gas Facilities in an Offshore Environment Using a Miniature Methane Spectrometer and Long-Endurance UAS
- Application of Long Endurance UAS for Top-Down Methane Emission Measurements of Oil and Gas Facilities in an Offshore Environment
- Strategy Optimization and Technology Evaluation for Oil and Gas Methane Emission Detection
- How Effective LDAR Campaigns Contribute to Minimizing Methane Emissions
- Our Industry's Journey in Measuring Methane Emissions and Where We're Going from Here
- Monitoring of Methane Emissions in Oil and Gas from Space: Matching Needs with Satellite System Capability, and Advantages of High Resolution Monitoring
- Ubiquitous Sensing Network for Continuous Monitoring and Quantification of Methane Emissions
- From Data to Actionable Insight: Monitoring Fugitive Methane Emissions at Oil and Gas Facilities Using Satellites
- Long Term, Periodic Aerial Surveys Cost Effectively Mitigate Methane Emissions
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