Use Case | O&G Operator

Highly Praised for Quantification of Leaks in Real Time

Jonah Energy is a natural gas producer in the Upper Green River basin in Southwest Wyoming. Jonah Energy was the first U.S. based company to sign on to the United Nations Environment Programme's (UNEP) Oil and Gas Methane Partnership 2.0 (OGMP 2.0) and has achieved the OGMP 2.0 Gold Standard rating by UNEP in each of the last two years. The goal of OGMP 2.0 is methane reductions informed by reporting measured emissions rather than simply using emission factors.

We field tested the new Konica Minolta camera and it is excellent. The camera performs well as an OGI camera with the significant benefit of quantification of leaks in real time.

We conducted field trials using controlled releases prior to purchasing the camera. Both trials showed great correlation between the camera readings and our hi-flow sampler readings on the controlled releases. So we are pretty excited about its potential to help us quantify emissions that are difficult to reach with traditional methods.

The other important part of our decision is customer service. They have been fantastic to work with. They are very responsive to my field team's questions and to my needs.