New Methane ‘Heat Map’ to Help Oil Companies Reduce Emissions

A new digital tool set for release later this year will provide the oil and gas industry with actionable satellite imagery for detection of high methane emissions events.

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A new digital tool set for release later this year will provide the oil and gas industry with actionable satellite imagery for detection of high methane emissions events.

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Mary Holcomb

Mary Holcomb is an Associate Editor for HartEnergy.com's Digital News Group. She contributes to the company’s technology-based content such as subsea, seismic, digital oilfield, etc.