Webinar | January 24, 2018

Webinar: Direct Hyperspectral Imaging Of Methane Gas Leaks

Source: TELOPS

Many types of natural gas from shale formations, including methane (CH4), are odorless, colorless, and highly flammable making leaks and emanations important considerations for safety and the environment. Telops offers the Hyper-Cam Methane, a field-deployable thermal infrared hyperspectral camera specially tuned for detecting methane infrared spectral features under ambient conditions and over large distances. This webinar presents important benefits of using IR hyperspectral imaging for shale gas leaks, and discusses how it was used to find a methane leak during a geological survey near a hospital in Quebec City, Canada.

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