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  • Vapor Recovery in Natural Gas (.pdf)
    Recovering methane gas vapors from tank batteries is not a new application for most owners and operators of oil-and-gas production companies and crude-oil storagetank facilities. However, the economics for justifying the installation of Vapor Recovery Units (VRUs) on tank-batteries vary
  • Liquefied Natural Gas Fueling Stations
    and flame detection products is necessary to manage these facilities safely due to potential methane or gas leakage.
  • Measuring Methane-Based Digester Gas Flow In Wastewater Treatment Plants
    Process and plant engineers at municipal wastewater treatment facilities need to measure, monitor and dispose of methane (CH. 4) and other digester gases that occur naturally in their operations. These digester gases pose plant safety concerns, odor issues for surrounding communities
  • How to Reduce Methane Emissions with Thermal Mass Flow Meters
    The flare gas discussion is heating up again. According to the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), U.S. oil production is at an all-time high, and so are the harmful methane emissions from leaks, flaring and venting. U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell has proposed to update 30-year-old
  • The Evolution of Gas Protection
    to the world of gas detection, single and multi-gas monitors evolved. The first electronic single gas monitors were basic at best. Designed for the coal industry to sniff out methane, these monitors utilised analogue readouts to indicate the presence of gas. Most monitors today offer considerably more
  • Centura Oil Stimulates Methane Wells with Waterjet
    oil and gas well productivity with its CenJet 90 (R) 90º downhole waterjet cutting system.
  • Natural Gas Fleet Maintenance Facilities
    LNG (liquefied natural gas) and CNG (compressed natural gas) are common methane fuels used by long haul trucking firms as well as municipal fleet vehicles, also known as NGVs (natural gas vehicles). As private companies and municipalities convert their fleets from diesel to LNG -or CNG-fueled
  • Gas Detection Education: Atmospheric Groups
    of equivalent hazard (butadiene, ethylene oxide,. propylene oxide, and acrolien). . Group C - Atmospheres such as cyclopropane, ethyl ether, ethylene, or gases or vapors of equivalent. hazard. . Group D - Atmospheres such as acetone, ammonia, benzene, butane, ethanol, gasoline, hexane,. methane

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  • Intergas `95: International unconventional gas symposium. Proceedings
    Russell, Agua Vida; and C.P. Richardson, New Mexico Tech, NM...................275 9559 The Economics of Converting Coalbed Methane Gas Directly into Liquids (). zhutl Etlzl s, 1: Etrtll l?:t, s () klrc e s -1- e c%olo> E; e>ic es..
  • Natural gas and renewable methane for the vehicle drive
    … and garbage or road cleaning car were switched to the operation with compressed gas (storage pressure: about 200 bar), whereat became in a manner with city gas (see above), partly experimented with sewage gas (therefore predominantly methane gas that we would denote …
  • Natural Gas Hydrates
    The main research achievements were (1) understanding that natural gas hydrate contains much more methane than isovolumetric free methane gas (equivalent to 164 times the volume of free methane at standard temperatures and pressures), (2) the identification that seismic reflections from the …
  • Natural Gas Seepage
    2014) Acoustic estimates of methane gas flux from the seabed in a 6000 km2 region in the Northern Gulf of Mexico.
  • Energy storage - the technologies, integration, Need
    Some of the first animals of the Archaea strains could make methane gas a property that is applied also in the energy storage of wind and solar current over Power-to-gas of CO2 and H2 (s. 7 section 8.3).
  • Exploration of Gas Hydrates
    The presence of high content of organic matter in most of the young sediment basins may favor the generation of methane gas in such locales.
  • Handbook of Hydrocarbon and Lipid Microbiology
    Following these seminal reports of biogenic non- methane gas , Hunt (1974) demonstrated that marine organisms from the Black Sea do indeed produce ethene and propene.
  • Economic Geology of Natural Gas Hydrate
    The increase in energy density of gas hydrate compared to methane gas is especially striking.