Rockies Gas Producer PureWest Energy to Participate in Emissions Monitoring Program

The collaborative research program with Colorado State University will focus on PureWest Energy’s evaluation of multiple continuous emissions monitoring technologies in field testing sites in Pinedale, Wyoming.

Hart Energy Staff
Rockies Gas Producer PureWest Energy to Participate in Emissions Monitoring Program

Based in Denver, PureWest Energy is an independent natural gas producer with more than 126,000 gross (115,000 net) acres in and around the prolific Pinedale and Jonah Fields of Wyoming's Green River Basin. (Source: PureWest Energy)

PureWest Energy LLC plans to participate in the Colorado State University (CSU) Energy Institute's Advancing Development of Emissions Detection (ADED) program, which builds on PureWest’s ESG focus by validating its industry-leading emissions management approach, according to PureWest CEO Chris Valdez.

“The PureWest culture is centered on teamwork, innovation and transparency, and this partnership with the experts at Colorado State University’s Energy Institute will further enhance field monitoring and leak detection technologies and solutions, ultimately leading to an even more sustainable future for our stakeholders and the entire industry,” Valdez commented in a company release on May 26.

Based in Denver, PureWest Energy is an independent natural gas producer with operations in the Rocky Mountain region covering more than 126,000 gross (115,000 net) acres in and around the prolific Pinedale and Jonah Fields of Wyoming's Green River Basin.

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