Executive Q&A: Impact of Continuous Emissions Monitoring on Shale

Bear Givhan, CEO and co-founder of Colorado-based Earthview, discusses why continuous monitoring technologies have emerged as the most scalable and affordable ESG solution for oil and gas operators.

(Source: Hart Energy)

For the oil and gas sector, the path to lowering emissions can often be complex and challenging. 

To overcome the drawbacks of manual inspections, continuous monitoring for leak detection has emerged as a popular tool for oil and gas operators to meet their sustainability commitments and achieve ESG goals.

Continuous methane monitoring offers numerous benefits to oil and gas producers including the ability to deliver real-time emissions data that can be used to detect, locate, quantify and stop fugitive emissions events quickly, minimizing loss of valuable product and substantially mitigating the unintended release of methane to the atmosphere.

Hart Energy recently caught up Bear Givhan, CEO and co-founder of Colorado-based Earthview, to talk about the company’s continuous monitoring platform and why this technology has emerged as the most accurate, scalable and affordable monitoring solution in the market today.

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Faiza Rizvi

Faiza Rizvi is a senior editor of ESG for Hart Energy's editorial department, with a strong focus on E&P Plus and HartEnergy.com. She has been covering all facets of the U.S. and international energy industry for over 5 years.