Three New Drone-Based Technologies for Methane Monitoring

At ILM Exhibitions' Industrial Methane Measurement (IMM) conference, Abigail Corbett, Ph.D., of Seekops, Ludovic Donnat of TotalEnergies, and Jean-Phillipe Gagnon of Telops each spoke about some of the new drone-based-sensors that are paving the way for the future of methane monitoring. Click the thumbnail in the sidebar to watch a recording of the lecture.

Other topics include:

  • An outline of Seekops' new drone-based methane sensor
  • Case studies, using assets in the North Sea
  • Overview of TotalEnergies' new drone-based sensor for measuring flare combustion efficiency, AUSTEA
  • Addressing the challenges of mass balance in drone-based monitors
  • Using carbon dioxide as a tracer for methane
  • What is the state of methane regulation?
  • How can hyperspectral imaging meet changing demands for methane monitoring?
  • Outline of experimental results achieved by Telops' hyperspectral camera
  • What is the detection limit of the system?
  • How is the motion of the drone subtracted from the measurement?

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