Emission Reduction


We are experienced in all aspects of emission reduction from leak detection, quantification and monitoring through to failure analysis and repair. 

We assist companies to realise their environmental and sustainability targets, identify major cost saving opportunities and increased performance output across their facilities.

We are the first choice for emission reduction services globally, delivering value and maximising opportunity for improvement for our customers.

Our on-site servicing capabilities, including our unique suite of temporary and permanent repair solutions allow us to keep leaking gas in the line, quickly reducing environmental and financial losses.

We design and manage bespoke emission reduction campaigns, combining multi-disciplined field engineers and technical engineering support to help maintain the integrity of your asset.

Methane Reduction

Methane Reduction

Methane is a powerful greenhouse gas, second only to carbon dioxide in its overall contribution to climate change. 25% of man-made global warming is caused by methane emissions.
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Losses through Flare & Venting

Losses through Flare & Venting

Through valve leakages to flare is the largest contributor to global warming in the energy sector, they are a major source of plant emissions and find their way to atmosphere via flares, vents and drains.
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Compressed Air Loss

Compressed Air Loss

Leaks are a significant source of wasted energy in a compressed air system. Not only are they a safety issue, they increase energy consumption and equipment running costs, as well as causing unnecessary carbon emissions and compromising reliability.
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Steam Loss

Steam Loss

Leaking steam impacts plant operators in a number of ways. As well as being a personal safety issue, they are a major source of energy loss, resulting in higher energy consumption and affecting production.
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L.D.A.R (Leak Detection & Repair) / Petrochemical

L.D.A.R (Leak Detection & Repair) / Petrochemical

L.D.A.R or ‘leak Detection & Repair’ programs identify unintended or fugitive emissions from equipment in Oil & Gas, Petrochemical and Chemical facilities.
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Optical Gas Imaging

Optical Gas Imaging

Optical gas imaging cameras have revolutionised the energy industry. Fugitive gas emissions can be detected and traced to source while maintaining safety inside hazardous locations.
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Optical Gas Imaging

Optical gas imaging cameras have revolutionised the energy industry. Fugitive gas emissions can be detected and traced to source while maintaining safety inside hazardous locations. This allows companies to reduce their environmental footprint, realise major cost savings and maximise production at their facilities.

Statistics show us that assets who own OGI cameras may not be finding their leaks early enough to prevent them escalating to shut down.

We offer dedicated support for assets who own optical gas imaging cameras and utilise them as part of their normal routines, as well as professional support through periodic asset surveys to detect and quantify fugitive emissions.

L.D.A.R (Leak Detection & Repair) / Petrochemical

L.D.A.R or 'leak Detection & Repair' programs identify unintended or fugitive emissions from equipment in Oil & Gas, Petrochemical and Chemical facilities.

Many VOC’s (Volatile Organic Compounds) and other dangerous gases exist on these facilities that are extremely detrimental to the health and wellbeing of personnel both in the facility and in nearby populated areas. These leakages damage the environment and result in equipment downtime and product losses.

We design and manage emission LDAR campaigns globally. Detecting and quantifying these leakages requires multiple (specialist) equipment and multi-disciplined operator.

Once detected, we prioritise and then repair the fugitive emissions that we find. Our L.D.A.R campaigns ensure leaking gas stays in the line. Companies quickly realise their environmental and sustainability targets, maximize cost saving opportunities and enhance equipment performance.

Steam Loss

Leaking steam impacts plant operators in a number of ways. As well as being a personal safety issue, they are a major source of energy loss, resulting in higher energy consumption and affecting production. Steam leaks cause unnecessary shutdowns, increased equipment workload and high maintenance costs.

We provide an exhaustive steam system management program for steam trap populations, insulated pipework, as well as ancillary valve support and maintenance.

Additionally, we offer condition monitoring on steam using equipment and components such as motors and pumps on the condensate recovery system.

Compressed Air Loss

Leaks are a significant source of wasted energy in a compressed air system. Not only are they a safety issue, they increase energy consumption and equipment running costs, as well as causing unnecessary carbon emissions and compromising reliability.

Compressed air systems are subject to mechanical deterioration at connections, pipes, valves and other components. Leaks across the system result in back up/oversized/rental compressors being installed to meet demand.

CO2 leakage to atmosphere (from compressed air systems) are also damaging to both the health and safety of personnel and the environment.

We provide compressed air leak surveys, detecting and quantifying leakages across a compressed air system, significantly reducing an assets carbon footprint, reducing electricity and maintenance costs while enhancing equipment performance.

Losses through Flare & Venting

Through valve leakages to flare is the largest contributor to global warming in the energy sector, they are a major source of plant emissions and find their way to atmosphere via flares, vents and drains.

Valves designed to sit in the “normally closed position” to isolate process fluids (such as pressure safety, process and export valves) have the potential to leak at any specific time. There are hundreds on every facility pointing and they should be monitored periodically for leakage.

We developed the MIDAS Meter® an instrument capable of surveying these valves quickly and non-invasively to identify, quantify and monitor leakages would otherwise be impossible to detect.

Methane Reduction

Methane is a powerful greenhouse gas, second only to carbon dioxide in its overall contribution to climate change. 25% of man-made global warming is caused by methane emissions. Safety incidents (including fatalities) happen globally and exposure to methane and other VOC gases causes health effects even at low concentrations.

We combine specialist detection and measurement equipment with multi-skilled operators to find and quantify methane emissions, adopting a holistic approach covering losses through flaring, venting, drains and fugitive emissions.

We identify all environmental losses and prioritise repair by applying criteria to leaks under the reportable levels. This allows us to plan and undertake repair work scopes in a timely manner.