Stäfa, Switzerland – The reduction of methane emissions is being addressed by new regulations and ESG standards, investors and the public with a distinct call to action. Many industries, such as the energy sector, must act – and act quickly. However, existing methane detection technologies face several limitations: they only measure periodically and are therefore inaccurate, cumbersome and expensive.
Nubo Sphere – Continuous Methane Emissions Monitoring
That’s why Sensirion Connected Solutions has developed a methane emissions monitoring solution, “Nubo Sphere,” which allows companies in the energy sector to continuously monitor their assets remotely and fulfill new regulations and ESG requirements. Nubo Sphere is an end-to-end solution that provides high-performance emissions detection, location and quantification at a low total cost of ownership. The compact and robust design ensures reliable operation and high-fidelity data from any oil or natural gas infrastructure at all times.
“Sensirion’s unique expertise in environmental sensing, built up over the last 20-plus years, has propelled us to become the go-to supplier for air quality, gas monitoring and flow sensing. Nubo Sphere is here to set new standards in continuous monitoring technology. With its robust, future-proof and easy-to-use design, Nubo Sphere drives actionable data that will streamline operation efforts and address emissions seamlessly, helping to empower customers’ ESG initiatives,” says Susanne Pianezzi, Sales Director at Sensirion Connected Solutions.
High Supply Capabilities
As part of Sensirion, a leading global manufacturer of microsensors and systems, Sensirion Connected Solutions can rely on established production processes and high supply capabilities to offer a scalable solution and excellent lead times for customers.
Interested in starting a pilot program? Schedule a demo call with Sensirion Connected Solutions or learn more about Nubo Sphere at www.sensirion-connected.com.
You can also talk to Sensirion Connected Solutions in person by visiting the upcoming Gastech Exhibition & Conference in Milan, Italy or the IoT in Oil & Gas Conference 2022 in Houston, Texas, USA.
Oil and gas operations are commonly found in remote locations far from company headquarters. Now, it's possible to monitor pump operations, collate and analyze seismic data, and track employees around the world from almost anywhere. Whether employees are in the office or in the field, the internet and related applications enable a greater multidirectional flow of information – and control – than ever before.