Neptune Energy to use drones to measure methane emissions

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Oil and gas giant Neptune Energy has partnered with the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) to measure methane emissions from offshore rigs with drones. Methane is a component of natural gas and a greenhouse gas required to be reduced according to the Paris Agreement.

The oil and gas company will work with Scientific Aviation and UK-based Texo DSI to use drones equipped with emissions sensors. The company will soon begin to measure its emissions at its off-shore rigs over the coming months.

(Source: https://dronedj.com/2021/03/09/neptune-energy-to-use-drones-to-measure-methane-emissions/ )

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