CEM - Abstract

Abstract Title: Continuous methane monitoring, instant leak prevention, and emissions reduction to fulfill GHG Emission targets
Presenter Name: Mr Marc Nodorft
Co-authors:Mr Ehsan Tavakoli
Company/Organisation: DEUS POLLUTRACK
Country: Germany

Abstract Information :

Fugitive methane emissions account for 20% of methane emissions, about 5% of total greenhouse gas emissions. Using our proven modular IoT sensor technology, we can very accurately detect methane emissions in ambient air as low as 0.1PPM. By proactively monitoring methane emissions, we can make a significant contribution to global efforts to limit greenhouse gas emissions and meet climate targets. DEUS POLLUTRACK provides the largest real time Emission-Control-Mesh with round about 5.000 IoT sensors in more than 30 Major European Cities, like London, Madrid, Warsaw, Prague, Zurich, Hamburg etc.. Continuous real-time monitoring can play a crucial role in achieving these goals by identifying and tracking methane emissions from various sources such as oil and gas operations, biogas production and waste management. With the DEUS POLLUTRACK technology with its simple plug & play system, we support the industry by: Early detection of fugitive methane emissions and leakage prevention. In addition, the technology enables companies to develop effective reduction strategies and achieve OGMP2 level 5 compliance, resulting in reduced production costs through improved efficiency. For this purpose, we have developed a special 3-level programme, which at the highest level leads to improved performance through optimisation of industrial plants. Given the ever-increasing requirements for companies to record and report their greenhouse gas emissions (ESG, CSRD), this technology is a valuable tool and a go-to solution. It enables the continuous measurement of methane and other emissions (CO2, H2S, etc.) and the seamless reporting in the mandatory sustainability reports. In the regions of the German-speaking countries, we are working as co-initiator together with DIN e.V. (German Institute for Standardisation) and well-known associations and industries on the creation of new standards related to methane emissions in ambient air. In the presentation, these topics are dealt with in detail and the technological basics are explained.