The last hope for a fracking revolution in Europe?

A survey from the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) shows that a third of people oppose fracking in the United Kingdom. Just 17% of people backed the process of extracting shale gas through fracking, whilst 48% had no opinion.  The results show the lowest support for fracking since the department began tracking public opinion.…

Fluenta signs partnership agreement with MEGEX

Fluenta, the global leader in ultrasonic flare metering for the oil, gas and chemical markets, today announces a partnership agreement with MEGEX, a products and services supplier specialising in flow measurement and condition monitoring solutions. MEGEX is based in Thailand and will offer sales, installation and servicing of the full Fluenta product range to customers…

Do we know how much gas is flared globally?

In 2015 the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) used satellite data from the Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) to build the most accurate picture of global gas flaring ever conducted. 7467 individual flare sites were identified, with a total flared gas volume estimate of 143 billion cubic meters (BCM).  This corresponds to 3.5%…

The digital transformation of LNG

Operators in LNG can harness advances in connected technology to drive new revenues while reducing emissions.   Complete the form below to download the PDF: The link to the download will be emailed to you shortly. Please check your spam folder, or contact info@fluenta.com for further assistance. Name (required) Email Address (required) Tick here if…

Why it is important to regularly maintain and service a gas flare monitor?

Flare gas measurement often takes place in seriously hostile environments. Ensuring that measurement is reliable and effective is an important part of governing compliance with regulation. Regular maintenance of measurement equipment is central to achieving this. Is maintenance important? Flare gas meters are integral to delivering accurate measurement of environmental impact. Where this is regulated,…

Gas flaring in the news – September

The Canadian Government has announced conditional approval of a 600-mile LNG pipeline as part of a $36 billion liquefied natural gas (LNG) project backed by Malaysian energy company Petronas.  The project indicates a wider confidence in the industry’s recovery, which is further evidenced by the results of a recent Deloitte survey.  Meanwhile Shell has announced…

Global carbon dioxide level passes the point of no return

The global atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2) may never again fall below the 400 parts per million (ppm) milestone recorded this September.  The measurement was taken at the Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii, the primary global site for atmospheric CO2 monitoring.  While the first 400ppm reading was recorded at Mauna Loa in 2013, each year…

Fluenta signs sales representative agreement with Technical Devices

Fluenta, the global leader in ultrasonic flare metering for the oil, gas and chemical markets, today announces a sales representative agreement with Technical Devices Inc (TDI), an instrumentation supplier and manufacturer representative. The agreement covers the full Fluenta product range including its latest flare gas measurement device, the FGM-160X.  The Fluenta products provide TDI with…