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Leak detection and emission reduction - quantification for industrial sites

Detection & reduction of fugitive emissions from storage facilities has gained much attention in recent times as more is learnt about the impact on the environment.

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Detection and reduction of fugitive emissions from storage facilities has gained a lot of attention in recent times as we learn about the impact we are having on our environment. All governments are developing strategies to guide industry towards lower carbon emissions with legal frameworks developing around ESG reporting requirements and routes to net-zero following establishment of the Paris Agreement in 2015.

Most fugitive emissions are invisible to the naked eye, but science is now providing evidence on how this is affecting global warming. There now exists technology to detect and measure the sources and volume of leakage.

This webinar will summarise available technologies for visual detection from satellite imagery to optical gas imaging. Detection of key sources of fugitive emissions of organic compounds such as methane will empower operators to act on reducing losses. These activities can range from developing best practice methodologies such as improved procurement of quality venting equipment to management of ageing plant to understanding the limitations of assets that could lead to lower operating pressures


15:00-16:00 UK time; 16:00-17:00 Amsterdam; 09:00-10:00 Houston.

Presented by Ewart Cox, Managing Director, Assentech Sales Limited.

Attendance is free of charge for all delegates once registered. For members and associates registering on the website for the first time, please note that there is an additional validation step. In this case, we recommend registering for the event only after the ‘Welcome to EEMUA’ communication has been received. This will ensure that once logged in you will have free entry to the event.

Who should attend:

Engineers, plant operators and engineering professionals working on industrial sites or responsible for their management and maintenance.


EEMUA Member £ 0 - EEMUA Members and Associates

Non-member £ 0 - Non-member

£ 0 - Higher Education


Time Description

15:00 - 16:00 Presented by Ewart Cox of Assentech

About Engineering Equipment and Materials Users Association

EEMUA - the Engineering Equipment and Materials Users Association - is a non-profit membership organisation that exists to serve its member companies, which are the users of engineering equipment and materials. EEMUA is an internationally recognised source of expertise and information for the engineering industry with a cross sector, cross industry approach. Find out more about EEMUA's contribution to site safety by watching a short film featuring a number of our member companies.

Through its broad range of activities and its members’ breadth and depth of engineering expertise, EEMUA helps improve the safety, environmental and operating performance of industrial facilities in the most cost-effective way. It does this by focusing its efforts on the most critical issues for owners and operators of industrial assets, helping them maintain the right balance of in-house engineering expertise, promoting a skilled and competent workforce, staying abreast of a broad and an increasingly complex regulatory landscape and operating their capital assets efficiently, effectively and in compliance with relevant legislation, regulation and standards.

Ambition : Our ambition is that everyone across the world who owns or uses engineering equipment and materials turns to EEMUA first. Regulators, industrial asset owners and business leaders will see membership as vital, whatever the size or sector, and wherever they are in the world.

Mission : Our mission is to attract engineers from a wide variety of industries across the world to share experiences, learn, and solve problems. We will show them they can rely on EEMUA to help improve their safety, efficiency, regulatory compliance and bottom line.

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