gas standard Articles

  • OGI Cameras for Regulatory Compliance & Lead Detection

    Natural gas companies like Summit Midstream are using optical gas imaging (OGI) technology to monitor & reduce emissions across operations, making it their mission to not just meet government regulatory goals, but to surpass them. SCENARIO   Summit Midstream is a US based energy production company that develops and operates infrastructure assets ...

  • Normalisation in Emissions Monitoring – What Does It Mean?

    Emission sources (stack emissions) are found across different industries including power generation, cement production, steel making, energy from waste, chemicals processing, oil and gas refining and food processing. Emission monitoring systems that measure emissions released into the atmosphere are used to demonstrate compliance with environmental regulations. It is preferred, to report gaseous ...


    By Codel International Ltd

  • Damage of particulate pollutants to the lungs

    People often consider that particulate pollutants are the result of fossil fuels, however, natural resources, for instance, wood can present damage if burned. Every day people breathe particulates such as gases, nitrogen dioxide, produced by diesel exhausts, sulfur dioxide, released from burning coal and oil, and ozone that when formed at ground level can be very dangerous. Thus, particulate ...


    By Optromix, Inc.

  • Air pollution control regulations and possible damage to the food chain

    According to the UN report, the application of scrubbers to reduce air pollution may cause an increase of particulate pollutants discharged into the sea. To be more precise, the International Maritime Organization claims that new air pollution control regulations introduced earlier this year could damage people by contaminating fish and crustaceans with toxins. The thing is that at the moment ...


    By Optromix, Inc.

  • Flowback Water Treatment in the Permian Basin: A Pilot Case Study for a Large Oil/Gas Exploration Company

    Produced water from the extraction process of oil and gas reserves, as well as flow back water from hydraulic fracturing operations, must be properly managed in order to mitigate any environmental impacts to existing water supplies caused by oil drilling/fracturing activities. Recent research and data indicate that the amount of produced water from these energy exploration and drilling ...

  • How air pollution destroys our health

    As the world around us becomes more polluted and overpopulated, factories continue to emit air pollutants into the atmosphere and half of the people does not have access to clean fuels or technologies, the levels of air pollution we breathe are ...


    By Optromix, Inc.

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