January 2022, Vol. 249, No. 1

Features

Canary Project Explores “Responsibly Sourced Gas” Possibilities

By Richard Nemec, Contributing Editor       In October, privately held, Denver-based PureWest Energy LLC took bids on 7% of its Wyoming natural gas output that was certified as coming from net-zero wells that are also certified as being responsibly sourced. The gas was offered for winter or one-year delivery starting in November 2021.   The Canary X units, which are installed on unconventional well pads. The units report data continuously to the cloud and have precise measurement to detect the faintest of emissions. (Photo: FTI Consulting)  PureWest was testing the market. Its gas comes from southwest Wyoming and is delivered via pipelines primarily

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