Bureau Veritas inks emissions deal with Shell
04 June, 2020
Royal Dutch Shell has set a target of maintaining methane emissions intensity below 0.2% by 2025.
Belgian inspecting and testing company, Bureau Veritas has said it will help Shell detect leaks across its assets.
Shell will be able to monitor, quantify and control emissions in order to minimise its carbon footprint due to its Leak Detection and Repair (LDAR) process.
This work will involve technologies such as optical gas imaging (OGI), laser and ultrasonic technologies and drones to optimise inspections.