A report on the China Workshop

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Clearstone Engineering Ltd.
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Reports, Case Studies & Assessments
Publishing year:
2015

This document presents a report on the technical workshop conducted in China (i.e., the final workshop). The purpose of the workshop was to demonstrate a measurement technology, the plume transect system, for remotely quantifying atmospheric emissions of methane (CH4), carbon dioxide (CO2), volatile organic compounds (VOC), hydrogen sulphide (H2S), and ammonia (NH3) from fugitive sources (e.g., building vents, equipment leaks, storage tanks, waste water treatment ponds, contaminated soils, etc.). Additionally, presentations were made on the inline tracer gas technique used to measure flaring rates at oil and natural gas facilities. 

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