Colorado State University Energy Institute working with TotalEnergies to qualify  methane emissions measurements

May 24, 2023 |

In Colorado, Colorado State University Energy Institute methane experts are working to change that, partnering with a test center of a global multi-energy company, France-based TotalEnergies. The combined team will develop internationally recognized protocols to qualify methane emissions measurements. The project has received sponsorship and support from the U.S. Department of Energy and the European Commission. 

The partnership will employ the services of the Methane Emissions Technology Evaluation Center at CSU, an industry- and Department of Energy-funded center headed by Zimmerle that tests emissions detection, quantification and modeling systems and conducts safety-related research on pipeline leaks. To date, METEC has tested more than 50 methane emissions detection solutions. 

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