Category Archives: Greenhouse Gas Emissions Monitoring

5 Takeaways of the EPA Methane Emissions Final Rule

Recently, the EPA announced a final rule impacting the oil and gas industry to decrease [...]

Greenhouse Gas Emissions Monitoring Using Thermal Mass Flow Meters

This paper explores monitoring greenhouse gas emissions using thermal dispersion or thermal mass flow meters [...]

Methane Pledge to Cut Emissions of Greenhouse Gases by 2030

On the heels of the COP26 UN Climate Change Conference, P.I. Process Instrumentation magazine features [...]

Ethanol Producer forced to Curb Production

In a new application brief, Sage Metering shares a situation where a natural gas flow [...]

Global Warming Sparks Flow Meter Development

In an earlier post, I discussed how the acid rain problem led to the advancement [...]

Mass Flow Meter for Measuring Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Thermal mass flow meters are becoming the preferred choice for monitoring and measuring greenhouse gas [...]

Greenhouse Gas Emissions Monitoring for Petroleum and Natural Gas Systems

The EPA requires facilities emitting 25,000 metric tons of CO2e annually to report annual GHG [...]

GHG emissions reporting for stationary sources | 40 CFR Part 98 Subpart C

Facilities emitting 25,000 metric tons of CO2e annually are required by the EPA to report [...]