There is pressure to process natural gas and oil quickly, safely, and cost effectively while complying with increased international regulations. Regulators, like in the United States EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) require a much more comprehensive approach to safety and regulatory practices. Newly enforced regulations by governments around the world to reduce emission levels quickly require […]

Oil & Gas

Chemical and Petrochem

In a petrochemical facility, the process of transforming crude oil and natural gas into chemicals is very complex . Refineries, where the process of transforming crude oil into products such as gasoline for example are also a lengthy and complex. These sites usually have thousands of potential leaks paths. Using an Optical Gas Imaging Cameras, […]

Natural Gas

Natural Gas

Methane is the main focus of the “Global Methane Pledge”. Where the United States, Canada and European countries all agree to reduce emissions by 30% from 2020 – 2030. Mostly by committing to improve the technology used in their regulations. Optical Gas Imaging is the most efficient technology to be used in the natural gas […]

How to Optimize Placement of Fixed Optical Gas Imaging Cameras for Maximum Effectiveness

How to Optimize Placement of Fixed Optical Gas Imaging Cameras for Maximum Effectiveness

If you are considering fixed optical gas imaging cameras solutions installation in your facility, the first step is proper planning. Which ultimately will results in the most optimal results. One monitoring solution to consider is Opgal’s 24/7 Fixed OGI solution. which is generally a site level continues emissions monitoring  solution. Professionals in this field can […]

Seminar: Emission Monitoring Reduction Using OGI

Emission Monitoring & Reduction using OGI technology

Opgal and its US partners are  pleased to invite you to a free one day seminar on Emission Monitoring & Reduction using OGI technology. During this seminar, we will discuss and showcase the current use of optical gas imaging solutions in the oil and gas industry,  recent and future advancements. For your convenience, the seminar […]

Advancements in Bottom-Up Quantification of Fugitive Emissions using Optical Gas Imaging

Optical Gas Imaging

The rising demand for quantifying leaks and emissions of methane and volatile organic compounds (VOCs), in terms of emission rate, raised the question of whether quantification-optical-gas-imaging (QOGI) software was capable of estimating emission rates remotely and accurately. This article describes, in detail, the science and calibration procedures of a quantification approach. What is OGI? Optical […]

Introducing the EyeCGas App for the Remote Management of EyeCGas 2.0

EyeCGas 2.0 App

The newest feature in the EyeCGas 2.0 Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) toolkit is the ability to connect your OGI camera to the a dedicated app. This OGI app ensures faster and more efficient inspections and prevents the loss of precious time in reporting a potentially hazardous gas leak. The EyeCGas 2.0 is the only OGI […]

2022 Global Energy Show, Calgary, Alberta

Proposed Appendix K: OGI Camera Calibration

Opgal is excited to exhibit at this year’s Global Energy Show The event will take place June 7-9 in Calgary, Alberta. As North America’s Leading Energy Event, the Global Energy Show is the largest B2B exhibition and conference engaging with industry buyers and sellers, stakeholders and partners, CEOs and young professionals together to share knowledge […]

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

Proposed Appendix K: OGI Camera Calibration

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 […]

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

Carbon Reduction using Optical Gas Imaging

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 […]