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OGI Cameras for Regulatory Compliance & Leak Detection

July 23, 2019 Time to read: 16mins

Natural gas companies like Summit Midstream are using Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) technology to monitor and reduce emissions across operations, making it their mission to not just meet government regulatory goals, but to surpass them. Scenario Summit Midstream is a US based energy production company that develops and operates infrastructure assets in unconventional resource basins, […]

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OGI Part 3: Opgal EyeCGas® Product Line

July 18, 2019 Time to read: 16mins

Opgal EyeCGas® product line features four different types of Optical gas imaging cameras, each with its own set of unique features and capabilities that are hard to match, if at all possible, for any other product on the market today. EyeCGas® cameras not only answer but exceed requirements set forward by our customers who are […]

The Global Oil and Gas Methane Emission Debate – The OGI Angle

July 16, 2019 Time to read: 16mins

In early 2016, the US Environmental Protection Association (EPA) published the QuadOa (OOOOa) regulations, designed to reduce the level of greenhouse gases (GHG) released into the atmosphere by the oil and gas industry. In early 2017, the implementation of these regulations is far less clear. Nonetheless, some clarity remains. Natural gas’s reputation as the ‘clean’ […]

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Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) Market and Uses

July 16, 2019 Time to read: 16mins

Many industries involve the usage or dismissal of gases as part of its daily routines. Leaks of Green House Gases (GHG) from process and transport systems in these industries contribute to global warming, expose employees to health hazards and risk of explosion, and represent enormous economic losses for the companies involved. EyeCGas – Opgal’s innovative […]

New applications for thermal imaging devices around the world – Oct 2018

June 01, 2019 Time to read:

In this blog post we will cover highlights of the latest news regarding thermal imagers, taking us from traditional military applications, through industrial applications, and all the way to Yellowstone National Park. Thermal imaging systems and military applications go a long way back. Military preparedness is predicated on situational awareness, irrespective of lighting conditions. This […]

Optical Gas Imaging Sensitivity Study

April 02, 2019 Time to read: 16mins

Introduction The traditional method 21-based Leak Detection and Repair (LDAR) program quantifies leaks in volumetric concentration units (ppm v). Leak detection with Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) technology was initially considered as a non-quantifying technology, however recently capabilities of detecting leak’s mass flow rate were introduced using OGI technology. One of the major regulatory impediments for […]

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