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Title: Data associated with "Methane emissions from gathering and boosting compressor stations in the U.S. Supporting volume 1: Multi-day measurements of pneumatic controller emissions"

Abstract

This study was part of a larger study (the Gathering Emission Factor, or "GEF") study [1] to develop activity and methane emission factors for EPA's Greenhouse Gas Inventory (EPA GHGI) using direct emission measurements at the device level on all classes of equipment found on gathering compressor stations. To accomplish this, Colorado State University (CSU) partnered with the engineering firm AECOM to assist with planning, logistics, field work and analysis. Nine midstream natural gas companies – Anadarko Petroleum, Equinor, DCP Midstream, Kinder Morgan, MarkWest Energy Partners, Pioneer Natural Resources, Southwestern Energy, Williams Companies Inc., and XTO Energy Inc. – acted as partners in the study, provided site access for measurements, and provided representatives to advisory committees. At all times, and with the encouragement of industry partners, CSU maintained control the sampling plan, analysis and reporting. This study documents one part of the larger study - emissions from pneumatic actuated valve controllers (PC).

Authors:
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  1. Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins, CO (United States)
  2. AECOM
  3. SLR
  4. Fort Lewis College
  5. University of Texas at Austin
Publication Date:
DOE Contract Number:  
FE0029068
Research Org.:
Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins, CO (United States)
Sponsoring Org.:
USDOE
Subject:
03 NATURAL GAS
Keywords:
natural gas; methane; pneumatic controllers; emissions
OSTI Identifier:
1786016
DOI:
https://doi.org/10.25675/10217/194765

Citation Formats

Luck, Ben, Zimmerle, Daniel, Vaughn, Timothy, Lauderdale, Terri, Keen, Kindal, Harrison, Matt, Marchese, Anthony, Williams, Laurie, and Allen, David. Data associated with "Methane emissions from gathering and boosting compressor stations in the U.S. Supporting volume 1: Multi-day measurements of pneumatic controller emissions". United States: N. p., 2019. Web. doi:10.25675/10217/194765.
Luck, Ben, Zimmerle, Daniel, Vaughn, Timothy, Lauderdale, Terri, Keen, Kindal, Harrison, Matt, Marchese, Anthony, Williams, Laurie, & Allen, David. Data associated with "Methane emissions from gathering and boosting compressor stations in the U.S. Supporting volume 1: Multi-day measurements of pneumatic controller emissions". United States. doi:https://doi.org/10.25675/10217/194765
Luck, Ben, Zimmerle, Daniel, Vaughn, Timothy, Lauderdale, Terri, Keen, Kindal, Harrison, Matt, Marchese, Anthony, Williams, Laurie, and Allen, David. 2019. "Data associated with "Methane emissions from gathering and boosting compressor stations in the U.S. Supporting volume 1: Multi-day measurements of pneumatic controller emissions"". United States. doi:https://doi.org/10.25675/10217/194765. https://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/1786016. Pub date:Mon Apr 01 00:00:00 EDT 2019
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abstractNote = {This study was part of a larger study (the Gathering Emission Factor, or "GEF") study [1] to develop activity and methane emission factors for EPA's Greenhouse Gas Inventory (EPA GHGI) using direct emission measurements at the device level on all classes of equipment found on gathering compressor stations. To accomplish this, Colorado State University (CSU) partnered with the engineering firm AECOM to assist with planning, logistics, field work and analysis. Nine midstream natural gas companies – Anadarko Petroleum, Equinor, DCP Midstream, Kinder Morgan, MarkWest Energy Partners, Pioneer Natural Resources, Southwestern Energy, Williams Companies Inc., and XTO Energy Inc. – acted as partners in the study, provided site access for measurements, and provided representatives to advisory committees. At all times, and with the encouragement of industry partners, CSU maintained control the sampling plan, analysis and reporting. This study documents one part of the larger study - emissions from pneumatic actuated valve controllers (PC).},
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