August 2018, Vol. 245, No. 8


More Skin in the Game: New Technology to Find, Fix Leaks

By Richard Nemec, Contributing Editor At the outset of summer 2018, it seemed fitting that the World Gas Conference (WGC), was holding its triennial week-long gathering in the United States for the first time in 30 years. Quanta3 methane emissions detection equipment has been installed at facilities in the Eagle Ford. (Photo source: EDF) The global assemblage established by the International Gas Union (IGU) in 1931 was returning to the USA at a time when the nation has become the world’s biggest consumer and producer of natural gas, and arguably the center of innovation and technological advances that have launched an energy renaissanc

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