During a period of 3 weeks in June 2023, ReSource
team was involved in a unique measurement campaign which consisted of controlled releases, flare emissions measurements and whole-site measurements at an on-shore gas facility in Norwegian territory.
The common goal for many oil and gas operators who are signatories for the Oil and Gas Methane Partnership (OGMP 2.0) is to achieve the highest standard of methane quantification. Because of this, and in preparation of upcoming EU legislations and policies towards mitigation of methane emissions, our company is also committed to provide reliable data for quantification of fugitive emissions from facilities such as gas compressor stations, biogas plants, landfills, etc.
There is a growing interest in detecting and measuring escaping methane from several sectors in the oil and gas industry which are facing a transition period.
In our intention to adress the local and global damage of this potent greenhouse gas, and the economic advantage that follows from harnessing its energy, we offer a set of monitoring and quantification services dedicated to measure and characterise methane emissions in the atmosphere.
Since unwanted methane emission is a common denominator for many energy-related industries, our services are also dedicated to industries other than oil and gas such as waste management, biogas, agriculture and coal mines. Our hope is that the understanding for this logical relationship between controlling fugitive methane emissions and increase of energy savings will spread across the globe in the next months.
Technology is not a limitation anymore. ReSource demonstrated this already in the past (see How Robots With Lasers Can Fight Climate Change: Mapping Landfill Methane Emissions with an UAV-mounted Laser Sensor) and in day-to-day operation and services (see our project portfolio).
Contact us if you have more questions.