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An Introduction to Methane Emission Measurement, Mitigation and the MEM Technical Section for the P&F Community. Featured Image

An Introduction to Methane Emission Measurement, Mitigation and the MEM Technical Section for the P&F Community.

To enhance knowledge sharing, dissemination, and interaction across the different technical disciplines involved in Methane Emission Measurement and Mitigation, addressing: The total systems planning from the measurement advancement to the mitigation strategies. The Flow Assurance Challenges and Operations Planning. The resources available from the MEM technical section are currently in operation or development. The expert panel will discuss the practical aspects of Methane Emission Measurement and Mitigation for the P&F community. Each speaker will provide a 20-min high-level introduction to the subtopics talk followed by a 30 min interactive Q&A. session. Brendan Smith, CTO & Co-Founder at SeekOps, will talk about enabling the energy transition with robotics: Methane emission monitoring using aerial drones. Willow Z. Liu, Chief Scientist (Multiphase Flow), MEDENG Technologies Canada Inc. will discuss emission measurement: The Power Of Reimagined Multiphase Flow Meters.

Digital technologies- opportunities in the E&P sector Featured Image

Digital technologies- opportunities in the E&P sector

This presentation explores the opportunities for digital applications in the E&P sector with some practical examples. It will also discuss the practical challenges that E&P firms need to address in order to unlock the full value of digital technologies. And lastly we’ll revisit the lessons learned and best practices collected from DOF experience.

Emerging Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS) Technology for Oil and Gas Industry Featured Image

Emerging Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS) Technology for Oil and Gas Industry

A new breed of Remote Sensing (RS) platform known as Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) is emerging. According to the UAS Roadmap 2007-2032 document an Unmanned system is “A powered vehicle that does not carry a human operator, can be operated autonomously or remotely, can be expendable or recoverable, and can carry a lethal or nonlethal payload. Unmanned vehicles are the primary component of unmanned systems."