Quantifying methane leaks and flares from oil & gas operations

Flir Systems reports on how its GF-Series Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) cameras can be used by the oil and gas industry to quantitatively measure methane emissions and create a datum point for future methane reduction calculations .

Monitor delivers advanced particulate monitoring for hazardous environments

New real-time monitoring technology identifies multiple particulate sizes at once Trolex, a Manchester-based provider of workplace safety technology solutions to the mining, industrial and tunnelling...

Noise monitoring equipment supplied for London demolition project

Svantek, a manufacturer of high performance noise and vibration instrumentation for environmental and occupational health monitoring applications, has recently supplied four SV 307 noise...

Geo-data specialist supports entire English coastal monitoring network

The recent award of a three-year maintenance contract for the hydrodynamic element of the Anglian Coastal Monitoring programme means that geo-data specialist Fugro now...

Landmark flight time recorded for hydrogen-powered UAV

A project to develop a hydrogen fuel cell powered multi-rotor unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), has beaten its original test flight target of 60 minutes...

“Breakthrough” three-in-one instrument for biogas measurement

Environmental and industrial measurement firm Vaisala has introduced what is said to be the world’s first in situ 3-in-1 biogas measurement instrument, the Vaisala...

Doppler resonance LIDAR promises advances in sensitivity and real-time performance for atmospheric research

Sensitive enough to detect laser beam reflections from single atoms 100 km away even in broad daylight Atmospheric research uses pulsed laser beams to measure...

Case study: Indoor air quality monitoring eases staff concern

A case study article from equipment rental firm Ashtead Technology As a Health Safety and Environmental Consultant, Matthew Brown has experienced increased numbers of enquiries...

The how and why of soil carbon flux measurement

Measuring forest soil carbon flux gives an insight into the health of forest ecosystems and provides feedback on the effects of global warming. Edinburgh...
MCERTS equipment

Building trust in data

Josh Thomas of Ashtead Technology explains how the MCERTS scheme for environmental monitoring equipment provides several important advantages beyond regulatory compliance

Connected gas monitor aims to enhance worker safety and improve emergency response times

Honeywell has launched its BW Solo, described as a connected, serviceable, single-gas monitor with Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) connectivity. BW Solo provides real-time visibility...

Instrument maker offers free VOC gas table

Gas detection instrumentation firm Ion Science is offering a free "gas table" to customers who register their Tiger and Tiger Select handheld volatile organic...

Instruments offer quick and simple analysis of metal content

Responding to customer demand from a wide variety of sectors, Ashtead Technology has added additional Niton XL3t GOLDD+ XRF Analysers to its rental fleet...

Gas-detection specialist launches high-temperature sensor which provides H2S detection for oil and gas installations...

To support the oil and gas industry in the Middle East, Crowcon has developed a high-temperature hydrogen sulphide (H2S) sensor to work alongside its...

Thermal imaging firm receives $28.7M award for next generation chemical detector

Thermal imaging and threat detection firm FLIR Systems has received an award from the United States Department of Defense (DOD) Joint Program Executive Office...

Humidity measurement devices for Mars are ready for final testing

The Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI) is delivering pressure and humidity measuring devices based on Vaisala's technology to NASA's Mars 2020 Rover. The pressure measurement...

Vision system for biomass boilers becomes available in the UK

Bio-waste handling and processing firm Tidy Planet is bringing to the UK market an Artificial Vision System (AVS) for boilers - described as "the...

Bringing anaerobic digester foam under control

Foam generated in anaerobic digestion can be a costly headache for AD producers and their insurers. In this article Sam Gould, Foam Technology Specialist...

All-in-one noise monitoring station suitable for construction sites

Svantek, a manufacturer of noise and vibration instrumentation for occupational health and environmental monitoring applications, has launched the SV 200A all in one noise...

Quantifying contaminants in oil and gas for recycling

Celtic Recycling is the only firm in the UK able to produce 'good as new' sulphur hexafluoride from discarded transformers, a service supported by the use of bespoke gas chromatography equipment, as this case study explains .
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