Avoiding methane emissions charges with the help of predictive maintenance

Methane is a component of natural gas. It is also labeled as a greenhouse gas (GHG) which, according to the Oxford’s English dictionary, is “a gas that contributes to the greenhouse effect, global warming effect, by absorbing infrared radiation similar to carbon dioxide and chlorofluorocarbons.” However, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), methane is 25 times more potent in trapping atmospheric heat than carbon dioxide,1 and concentrations of methane have doubled in the last 200 yr. The practice of gas flaring has existed since oil production began due to its presence restricting the production of the more energy intensive crude oil from oil reservoirs. Methane disc


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