Identify leaking equipment, reduce VOC emissions and report credible emission figures
LDAR or more specifically Leak Detection and Repair (LDAR) is a program that identifies unintended or fugitive emissions from equipment in an oil and gas, chemical or petrochemical installation. It drives maintenance activities to reduce emissions to the atmosphere effectively.
Every potential leaking source is examined with a sniffing device such as an FID / PID device or Phoenix 42. The quantification of the emissions follows the EPA Method 21 protocol or a similar country-specific or customer-specific regulation.
We successfully executed more than 9.000 LDAR projects globally and have 30 years of experience in the industry. Rely on expert LDAR measurements and advisory so you can minimize product loss and save costs.
What does 20 years of LDAR for TotalEnergies in the Port of Antwerp tell us? Discover more in the case study.
Gasunie has realized significant results over the years with our LDAR program and emission quantification.
Genel Energy in Iraq contacted us to perform LDAR in their new Sarta facility in Kurdistan.
According to Shell Deutschland GmbH, LDAR is more than just holding a camera. Why did they reach out to us?
Regulations, standards, and protocols we comply with
- OGCI – Oil & Gas Climate Initiative
- NEN-EN 15446
- VLAREL 11.1 and VLAREL 11.3
- MilieuMonitor 14 and 15
- NL Activiteitenbesluit / ZZS regulations
- 40 CFR Part 60, Subpart OOOOa
- AER Directive 060
- Saudi Aramco Protocol
- ADNOC Gas Processing Guidelines [Ref: HSE-GU-025 (rev 1); Dec 2018]
- QP procedure for implementation of methane leak detection and repair (LDAR) program
- Clean Air Law 5768 – 2008
- OGMP 2.0 – Oil and Gas Methane Partnership
- Proposal for a EU Regulation on methane emissions reduction in the energy sector