During this year’s CERAWeek, the Energy Industry’s premier gathering of global CEOs and Ministers, SeekOps CEO Iain Cooper spoke on how automation is benefitting both oil and gas operators and renewable natural gas producers in their emissions reduction activities on their path to Net Zero.
Over 6000 delegates attended the event, with over 100 countries represented at the in-person meeting, with speakers as diverse as John Kerry, Joe Manchin and the CEOs of the major oil companies and service companies, including Patrick Pouyanné of TotalEnergies, Ryan Lance of ConocoPhillips, Amin Nasser of Saudi Aramco and Olivier Le Peuch of Schlumberger.
The Innovation Agora Program covers a wide array of transformational technology platforms ranging from digitalization, AI, analytics, and connectivity to robotics, blockchain, additive manufacturing and mobility, and including a continued focus on new technologies for decarbonization.
Iain spoke at Agora on Cost-effective Automated Emissions Detection, Localization & Quantification Using Unmanned Aerial Systems, highlighting SeekOps’ latest achievements in high accuracy emissions localization and quantification measurements. Deployed in both onshore and offshore oil and gas operations, as well as in biogas/methane production and landfill emissions, SeekOps’ SeekIR sensor performance has been independently validated through multiple trials in Europe and North America. Additionally, SeekOps partner, Flylogix, spoke separately on Pioneering the Use of Long-range Unmanned Aircraft for Offshore Methane Measurements, underlining the value of the SeekOps sensor and proprietary analytics to North Sea operators as they seek to better understand their actual top-down emissions.
The full 30 minute SeekOps presentation can be viewed here.