Emissions Reduction

Leak Detection and Repair (LDAR)


Emissions associated with leaks are major methane contributors, hence the importance of the development of smart leak detection and repair (LDAR) programs that are effective from both cost and emission reduction perspectives.

Advanced Methane Detection, Analytics and Mitigation Project

This project will demonstrate the scalability and ability to be deployed in real world situations.

Area Methane Detection Using Work Trucks

This project will demonstrate if truck-mounted sensor technologies are reliable, scalable and could be effectively deployed for methane detection and measurement.

C-DER Centre for the Demonstration of Emissions Reductions

Centre for the Demonstration of Emissions Reductions (CDER) is a proposed test and verification facility that will provide real-world testing, demonstration, and verification of emissions reductions technologies.

Methane Abatement Platform

The Cap-Op Distributed Energy Efficiency Project Platform, the preeminent computing tool to aggregate efficiency data and generate compliance emission reduction offsets in Western Canada.

Development of a monitoring system to locate and quantify emissions via (sUASs)

This proposal introduces a system which will combine small unmanned aerial systems (sUASs) with two different gas detection technologies to provide a system capable of detecting, quantifying, and modelling point source emissions associated with hydrocarbon extraction.

Airborne 3D Gas Imager Aerial Verification

This project will provide physical and scientific verification of the G3DI sensor and system in a real operations environment.

Aerial Emissions Detection and Mapping

Within this project, SRC will undertake field validation testing in order to further validate and demonstrate the UAV gas detection and mapping capabilities.

Mobile Methane Sensing Analytics for Emissions Reduction

Closing the gap between sensors and decision making by developing new analytical methods and software tools, and integrating them with methane sensors to create intelligent mobile methane sensing systems.

Verification of Quantitative Optical Gas Imaging System

Having the ability to quantify leaks will enable industry to comply with new standards and regulations, while reporting the data to the regulators with confidence.

Pilot Measurements Study for Quantifying Methane Emissions at Upstream and Midstream Oil and Gas Facilities

Proposal for a pilot field study demonstrating the application of innovative, low-cost, portable methane sensors coupled with inverse dispersion modeling analyses to identify emissions sources and/or quantify emissions from upstream and midstream oil and gas facilities.

Fugitive Emission Management Program Effectiveness Assessment

This project will provide recommendations on the design of a performance-based fugitive emissions management program (FEMP).

Pneumatic Vent Gas Measurement

Better quantification of the current methane emission rates from pneumatic devices, including the reduction and associated CO2e after retrofit.

NSERC FlareNet Strategic Research Network

Providing quantitative understanding of flare-generated pollutant emissions critical to enabling evidence-based regulations, accurate pollutant inventories, understanding of climate forcing and health implications, and engineering design and assessment of mitigation strategies to make fossil fuels cleaner.

Canadian Upstream Oil and Gas Eco-Efficiency Equipment and Operations Handbook

Showcases a collection of commercially-demonstrated products and practices available for the Canadian oil and gas industry.

AIRDAR Technology Field Trial

The AIRDAR Technology is an innovative fugitive emission surveillance system that provides a continuous quantification of fugitive emissions for the overall site and individual sources.

DEEPP Distributed Energy Efficiency Projects Platform

This initiative will automate and standardize data acquisition and handling to streamline air emissions reporting, while combining administrative and management functions to avoid duplication.

Flaring Technology Field Test Facility Flaring Mitigation Centre Market Assessment

The market assessment was designed to provide quantitative information describing to what degree a Flaring Mitigation Centre (FMC) was required and what the scope of its operation would be.

Methods Used for Air Emissions Leak Detection and Quantification

The overall goal of this Project was to provide industry and government with pertinent information regarding both traditional and emerging methods/technologies for air emissions leak detection and quantification.

Optical Measurement Technology for Fugitive Emissions

The main focus of this project was a hydrocarbon emissions survey of one sweet gas processing plant and one sour gas processing plant.

Well Test Flare Plume Monitoring Phase

To investigate the applicability of current and developmental optical monitoring techniques for real time SO2 pollutant monitoring near wildcat flares in inaccessible terrain.