NPL leads instrument quest for methane measurement

February 2014
Environmental Engineering;Feb2014, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p3
Trade Publication
The article reports on the leadership of the British National Physical Laboratory's Centre for Carbon Measurement in a European consortium to develop and test methane measurement instruments for shale gas extraction, municipal waste water treatment plants and gas distribution. Organizations included in the consortium are Cuadrilla Resources, Veolia Environnement and National Grid. Instruments to be developed include modelling tools, detection spectrometer and sensor networks.


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