In recent years, natural gas has become the major energy transition source to replace coal and oil due to its lower carbon emission. The success of gas as power source contributes to reduced global warming.
Methane as main component of natural gas is emitted, unintended or fugitive, intended through venting, flaring or gas driven devices, or any other sources, along the whole value chain; from Production E&P, Gas Processing, Transportation, Storage and Distribution to the market. Because methane is a short-lived climate pollutant with a GWP of 84 over 20 years, or 28 over 100 years times higher than CO2, the oil & gas industry has the objective to reduce this emission quickly.
Other challenges for the natural gas industry include tackling ageing infrastructure, risk of fire and the risk of leaking flammable products or leaking cryogenic products.
How we can help
With more than 8.000 successful emission reduction projects worldwide and 28 years of experience in the oil & gas industry, we help the natural gas industry with current challenges such as methane emission reduction, risk minimization and safety insurance. Our advisory services and site surveys enable you to reduce emissions continuously. More recently, we developed our new Methane Accounting Program to determine how much methane is emitted per asset across the entire gas value chain to minimize the effects on global warming.
Our customers in the natural gas industry
How we help the natural gas industry
This makes us different
28 years of
industry experience worldwide
Incorporated in 1991, The Sniffers is focused to support customers in their environmental objectives.
Corporate emission and pipeline integrity platforms
More than 8000 emission reduction projects executed
Reliable and accredited processes and methodologies
Certified and laboratory accredited organization with ISO 9001, 14001 and SCC, and ISO 17025 612-TEST and 389-TEST.
Passionate and dedicated team
Well trained and qualified specialists, listening to the customer and applying best available techniques.
Reasons for executing emission reduction programs
- Reduce methane emissions
- Limit global warming
- Minimize risks
- Ensure safety
- Maintain the integrity of your installations