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Proposed Appendix K: OGI Camera Calibration

Proposed EPA Appendix K: Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) Camera Calibration and Maintenance

May 01, 2022 Time to read: 2 mins

Optical Gas Imaging Camera Calibration and Maintenance Over the next few months, we will discuss aspects of the EPA’s proposed Appendix K and the advantages of Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) to Oil and Gas producers. Compared to gas detectors or “sniffers,” OGI cameras aim to significantly reduce methane and VOC emissions by detecting and visualizing […]

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Interview – Opgal’s Heritage, Network Security and Thermal Imaging Developments

April 24, 2022 Time to read: 10 mins

The newest digital world developments, such as the metaverse, and increasingly sophisticated surveillance systems open an array of exciting possibilities and raise concerns about the new levels of privacy. While Virtual Private Networks remain some of the most widely adopted security solutions, there are other ways to protect one’s privacy in the physical rather than […]

Carbon Reduction using Optical Gas Imaging

Pivoting your Carbon-Reduction Goals into a Reality using Optical Gas Imaging

March 21, 2022 Time to read: 3 mins

Over the last few years, many oil & gas producers in the industry are making commitments to emissions reduction. Making this commitment is an essential initial step in the right direction. The producers now have to establish a plan to meet these emissions reduction targets. Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) cameras, based on thermal imaging, are […]

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Proposed Appendix K: Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) Survey Equipment and Pre-Survey Operating Requirements

March 15, 2022 Time to read: 3 mins

Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) Survey Equipment and Pre-Survey Operating Requirements The Environment Protection Agency (EPA) has issued a proposed rule, titled Appendix K, which sets out the protocol for using OGI to Detect Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) and Greenhouse Gas Leaks. When planning an Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) survey to detect fugitive emissions, which equipment […]

OGI Quantification Webinar – Opgal’s Unique Approach

February 17, 2022 Time to read: 1 min

Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) Quantification Webinar Leak quantification using Optical Gas Imaging cameras and QOGI software is becoming a regular part of LDAR inspections. This webinar will explain Opgal’s approach and technology. And how we have implemented this complicated technology into a easy to use, user friendly quantification platform EyeCSite. Presented by Ilan Waldman, Industrial […]

Changeable Spectral Filters for OGI

The Advantage of Changeable Spectral Filters in your OGI Camera

January 09, 2022 Time to read: 3 mins

The Advantage of Changeable Spectral Filters in your Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) Camera There are two kinds of OGI cameras: cooled and uncooled. Cooled cameras, like the EyeCGas 2.0, allow us to detect small to large leaks (methane and over 400 VOCs) from various distances, up to 10 kilometers away and more. Whereas uncooled OGI […]

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