Infrared Emission Detection Fugitive Emission Studies Fugitive Emission Management Programs BC WCI GHG Solutions Value Added Services Alberta Energy Regulator Directive 060 OneStop Reporting Baseline and Reduction Opportunity Assessment Program ( BRO )

Infrared Emission Detection

GreenPath integrated instrumentation experience and in-house expertise utilize a suite of emission quantification tools to accurately quantify sources of detected leaking and venting emission sources.

  • Fugitive emission inspections
  • storage tank losses
  • Source odour detection
  • Economic analysis / business case development
  • Area hazard classification
  • Public compliant internal investigation
  • Better Data Better Decisions
Develop cost effective repair strategies
  • Make informed business decisions based on economic analysis
  • Calculate emission volumes and product losses from each facility
  • Determine GHG emission reductions from repair & elimination activities
  • Meets AER, OGC, BC WCI GHG, Sask ER and EPA requirements
CHOPS Vent gas measurement

GreenPath provides both technical and on-site services tailored to your vent gas needs. Our Emission Technologist experienced in vent gas measurements applications & scenarios and are able to deliver a turnkey solution for you. Utilizing a GreenPath Gas Turbine meter package, GreenPath Emission Technologist have delivered multiple turnkey CHOPS vent quantification campaigns for clients to forecast regulatory compliance and generate accurate GOR test results to build informed economic business cases for vent gas capture at low pressure gas tie-in and gathering systems as well as casing gas compressor optimization. Our service and customized meter design and installation resulted in:

  • Increased data accuracies over traditional CHOPS metering i/e oriface meters
  • In-depth insight into casing gas vent behaviour and long term vent capacities
  • Significant cost savings due to simple installation. No external power requirements.
  • No disruption to well servicing activities
  • Simple liquid & Oil drop out keeping turbine meter and flow run dry and liquid free.
  • Proven operation in extreme cold weather when heat traced
  • No evidence of back pressure on casing gas flow. Did not disrupt oil production
  • Minimal installation foot print and highly flexible to wellsite design and process engineering
  • Excellent turn down ratio response with proper turbine pitch installed