Video Showing Tank Vapors with Infrared Camera
Video from Paris Global Gas Flaring Forum
COMM Engineering has global solutions for reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions such as methane and carbon dioxide in the oil & gas industry. This includes reducing energy usage and reducing venting and flaring of natural resources. We do this by employing proven methods, technologies and twenty years of air emissions control experience.
Reduce Carbon Emissions
COMM Engineering’s IQR methodology is used to identity, quantify, and reduce emissions. The method consists of the following steps:
Identify sources of Greenhouse Gas emissions
Quantify and rank emitting sources of GHG to set the baseline and monitor reductions
Reduce sources of Greenhouse Gas emissions through optimization methods and technology
Our proprietary EMS software, COMMtracker™, stores, tracks, calculates and reports your GHG emissions using the internet. COMMtracker™ lets you set the baseline emissions and track emission reductions.
We help your company with measurement of emission sources (e.g., flaring and venting) using our vapor measurement unit (VMU). The VMU can measure low, cyclical flow of gases with 99% accuracy.
The US EPA signed the final rule for reporting Greenhouse Gases (GHG) on November 8, 2010. Under 40 CFR Part 98, the regulation requires annual reporting of GHGs in the United States. Operators of facilities that emit 25,000 metric tons or more of GHGs per year are required to quantify and report emissions.
COMM Engineering has the knowledge, expertise and experienced personnel to help companies comply with the new regulations. Below is a link to the EPA's web page:
Our recommendations provide cost-effective optimization methods and technologies to reduce and recover GHG emissions. COMM's patented Ejector Vapor Recovery Unit (EVRU ) is being utilized on five continents today. In addition to the reduction and recovering GHG emissions, COMM has the knowledge and expertise to capture GHG emission credits.
Our GHG services will keep you in compliance and improve the environment!