Industrial Methane Measurement Conference
- 29 November 2017 - 30 November 2017
Measurement and control of methane is a significant issue across industries. There are increasing international requirements to monitor and address leaks and uncontrolled emissions from the gas, petrochemicals, waste, and agriculture industries. This conference, led by the UK's National Physical Laboratory (NPL), will review, inform and discuss industry requirements and emerging technological capabilities.
Leading experts will discuss latest field studies and policy developments alongside showcasing cutting-edge methods and novel technologies for monitoring fugitive methane emissions, including leak detection, identification and quantification as well as long term monitoring.
We are currently looking for oral papers and poster presentations to join the technical programme at the conference.
Deadline for abstracts: 5 May 2017
- Current state of knowledge of anthropogenic methane emission sources
- Current capabilities and case studies
- Regulation and drivers
- Industry needs
- Quality assurance and validation
- Understanding and interpreting measurement results in an industrial context
Antwerp, Belgium (see conference website for details)
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