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Research demonstrates how the coordinated use of multiple remote observing systems enables more compete greenhouse gas quantification over high-emitting regions.
Study suggests offshore oil and gas production in Gulf of Mexico has higher methane loss rates than typical onshore production
New remote sensing methods shed light on large methane plumes from shallow offshore oil and gas infrastructure that have previously been invisible.
Climate intelligence reveals opportunities and underscores best practices to cut global waste sector emissions—essential to hitting Global Methane Pledge goals.
The Environmental Protection Agency says it will conduct helicopter overflights to look for methane super-emitters in the nation’s largest oil and gas producing region.
Hear from Riley Duren who shares how aerial surveys show massive amounts of methane from oil and gas operations.
Persistent methane super-emitters in the Permian Basin are having an outsized impact on climate change.
Carbon Mapper staff and partners will be on the ground at COP27 in Egypt to build on #methanemomentum.
We share a successful mitigation story from the Colorado Denver-Julesburg basin that demonstrates the importance of using multiple high-resolution technologies to find sources of methane. Authorities ultimately repaired a leak found from flyover surveys conducted for a new study.
On June 13, 2022, Carbon Mapper released a pilot suite of mitigation examples that show methane emissions observations from airborne surveys conducted between 2016 and 2021.