This year at the Industrial Methane Measurement Conference in Rotterdam, Dr. Abigail Corbett will present the results from the development of a methane spectrometer onboard an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) in an offshore setting and subsequent work to underpin confidence in the measurement method.This method has been in development since 2012 and has been shown to be able to detect methane in a variety of atmospheric conditions to the XX ppb level.
Top-down vs Bottom-up Measurements
Dr. Corbett’s presentation will address the differences between top-down and bottom-up measurements, and show that top-down measurements at a regional scale have often beat those taken bottom-up. Generalized emissions factors are limited in accuracy and consistency when compared to pinpointed leak detection in near real-time.
The Transition to Net-Zero
As more operations transition towards Net-Zero models, there has been an increased focus on accurate and reliable methane emissions monitoring. From monitoring to quantification to timely remediation, the need for low-impact assessment methods has never been greater.
Industrial Methane Emissions Conference presented by ILM Exhibitions
Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Date & Time
June 9th, 2022 at 1:35pm