Data Management & Analysis.
Data Management & Analysis.
The price on carbon is here. Our Fugitive Emission Management Program will assist you in achieving your ESG goals.
Lineriders crews are equipped with optical gas imaging cameras to identify leaks from pipelines and facilities. We conduct single leak identification and multi-instrument inspections that require quantification and data management.
Depending on jurisdictional requirements, Lineriders applies these standards to our inspections: EPA’s Method 21, the Oil and Gas Methane Partnership (OGMP 2.0), and AER’s Directive 060. These frameworks aim to strengthen environmental standards relating to the emission of methane.
The US Methane Emissions Reduction Action Plan is going to change the way that we identify and repair leaks in the industry. Cutting pollution at home by a large percentage is the main objective of this initiative.
Comprehensive Leak Detection and Repair (LDAR) programs can prevent duplicative visits. A tradesperson can identify and repair leaks before leaving site. Repair confirmations are completed directly after the repair is made. This can translate into cost savings and operational efficiency.
We only use the newest gas detection cameras on the market. Crews are typically deployed with 2 cameras and 2 qualified and seasoned technicians.
Each crew utilizes 2 separate Laser Methane Detection instruments with accuracy as low as 0.1ppm. Our handheld units are right out of science fiction as they can “shoot” a laser at an area of concern from 30 meters away and determine the gas concentrations.
Some air, steam, or gas leaks can’t be identified any other way other than by listening for the leak with specialized instruments. In addition to leaks that come to the atmosphere, we have instruments that can hear internal leaks where PSV’s allow product to go to flare.
Crews are equipped with instruments and software that accurately measure every emission source, no matter the size.
Compressors are a significant contributor to Green House Gases, and accurate measurements and monitoring is a must. We are equipped with the most advanced equipment with unparalleled accuracy to +/- 2%. Click here for sample.
Industry leading solutions and guidance in respect to accurate and effective tank vent measurements.
Product loss from passing flare valves and leaking PSV’s are a significant source of lost revenue. These are among the largest, unreported, and ignored emission sources in the industry. Ultrasonic technology allows for monitoring and quantification of these losses.
Pipeline leak detection is part of our historical roots. No matter where you are, or the product you carry, we guarantee we will identify your leak. Using a combination of Optical Gas Imaging (OGI), laser methane detection equipment and our proprietary tracer gas system there is no leak that we have been unable to find. Our expertise has helped clients on multiple continents and countries identify and repair their leaking underground pipelines. Contact us today to find out how we can help you.
Our software platform allows us to automate the collection, distribution, and analysis of fugitive emission data. By capturing the data, creating a serialized inspection report, and tagging system, we pave the way for your regulatory compliance.
This provides a window into an accurate financial analysis.
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