August 7, 2022

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Here’s how Colorado oil and gas companies say they are getting to net-zero emissions

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Soon after Bayswater Exploration & Production installed Project Canary devices next to a few sites it was drilling for oil and gas, an alarm would go off at different times and at different locations. The alarms indicated there was a methane leak. 

But where? 

An alarm would stop but start up again, seemingly randomly. The old monitoring system, which would check air quality occasionally, never caught it.

“We were getting this repeated alarm and we couldn’t figure out what it was,” said Steve Struna, Bayswater’s president and CEO. “Then we finally pinned it down to (when) our water haulers were going out and visiting the site and hauling the water off. They weren’t properly connected to the vapor-recovery equipment.”

Darrel Groves refuels a tank with water March 18, 2022,…

Tamara Chuang

2022-04-20 06:30:00

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