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Methane emissions detection and quantification is an important task for oil and gas operators. Recently, an increasing number of technologies are becoming available to tackle this essential aspect of greenhouse gas emissions inventory and mitigation. The question remains on what technologies are currently available, what should be considered when selecting a technology, and how to use these measurements to inform an inventory.
This webinar will cover two reports prepared by Carbon Limits: a recommended practices for methane detection and quantification technologies developed for OGCI, IOGP and Ipieca, and a recommended practices document for quantification of flaring destruction/combustion efficiencies, an extension developed for the Energy Institute.
The reports have been developed to help operators turn current knowledge into robust actions at their facilities through a framework to identify and deploy applicable technologies for methane detection and quantification technologies, and flare efficiency measurement technologies. The reports consist of:
- Over 50 data sheets covering specific methane detection and quantification, and flaring efficiency measurement technologies.
- Technology filtering tool that evaluates technology criteria relevant to both operator objectives and environmental conditions and constraints.
- A series of decision trees to provide a framework for deploying technologies for various purposes, including source level and site-level quantification, as well as reconciliation activities.
The webinar will provide an overview of the reports, as well as a case study in how the report, decision trees and accompanying filtering tool and data sheets may be used to assist and inform technology deployments, and to help achieve upstream methane emissions management, reporting and reduction.
The webinar will provide an overview of the report, as well as a case study in how the report and accompanying filtering tool and data sheets may be used to assist and inform technology deployments, and to help achieve upstream methane emissions management, reporting and reduction.
If this webinar is of interest to you, we also recommend participating in the Methane Guidance Principles Masterclass. For more details and to register, please follow this link: Methane Guiding Principles Masterclass - eLearning | Energy Institute