Rockcliff Energy II LLC will employ the services of Project Canary for independent, real-time continuous emissions monitoring of its Haynesville shale operations, a company press release announced on April 27.

"We operate under a strict culture of compliance at Rockcliff that's focused on clean, safe, and efficient operations," Rockcliff CEO Alan Smith said in the release. "Relying on Project Canary's independent, real-time, continuous emissions monitoring demonstrates our commitments to sustainability and operational excellence.

Rockcliff, which is backed by Quantum Energy Partner, said on April 27 that it commits to continuous monitoring for all new Haynesville wells brought online.

An E&P producer focused on the Haynesville play, Houston-based Rockcliff owns more than 270,000 net acres in East Texas and emphasizes an uncompromising culture of ESG leadership to minimize environmental impact and produce natural gas in an environmentally responsible manner, according to its release.

"The application of this technology verifies for the market that we're producing natural gas in the cleanest, most responsible manner," Smith added.

Rockcliff has deployed 171 high-fidelity Canary X continuous emissions monitors on 57 sites to verify existing low methane intensity and immediately measure and detect unwanted leaks. These sensors are currently in place on locations representing 95% of the company's roughly 1.5 Bcf/d gross production.

A leader in holistic environmental assessments, Denver-based Project Canary is a SaaS-based data analytics company focused on accurate corporate climate ESG data for emission-intensive industrial companies. The company scores responsible operations, delivering independent emission profiles via high-fidelity continuous monitoring technology to provide actionable environmental performance data.

"A key differentiator for investors, customers, and regulators, measured, well-by-well certified responsibly sourced gas is the gold standard for confirming best-in-class ESG performance," Project Canary co-founder and CEO Chris Romer added. "As Europe looks to receive more natural gas from the U.S, Rockcliff is strategically positioned to meet the ever-increasing demand for measured, verified low carbon energy."