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PTAC has reach its goal of developing the technology capacity to reduce the sector’s methane emissions by 45%

By |December 16th, 2021|Categories: News Home Page, PTAC News|

PTAC is pleased to announce that we have met our goal of developing, field testing, and demonstrating technologies, which collectively have the capacity to reduce the sector’s methane emissions by more than 45%. These technologies are not only currently reducing methane emission in Canada, but also are helping global reduction of methane emissions. PTAC has published the Methane Detection and Mitigation Initiatives Report, and we invite you to read the full report here.

AirMarket joins TELUS for the opening of HUB 350

By |November 10th, 2021|Categories: News Home Page, PTAC News|Tags: , , , , , |

AirMarket participated in the opening of HUB 350 as one of TELUS’ innovation partners. It was designed to be both an official opening but also an opportunity for the member companies (such as TELUS) to highlight some of their current innovation activities. In addition to a static display of its systems, AirMarket conducted a series of “connected drone” demonstrations, where it flew a drone in Kanata, piloted over the cellular network from Edmonton

Government of Alberta TIER Program awards PTAC $2 million to enhance emissions reduction efforts in Alberta

By |September 24th, 2020|Categories: News Home Page, PTAC News|Tags: , |

As part of the Government of Alberta’s Ministry of Environment and Parks TIER Program, PTAC has been awarded $2 million over 2.5 years to enhance emissions reduction efforts in Alberta. PTAC's primary goal is to conduct applied research aimed at improving the oil and gas sector's methane emissions management at a reduced cost.

Reducing Methane Emissions from Tanks

By |April 8th, 2020|Categories: News Home Page, PTAC News|Tags: , , |

Over three days, PTAC hosted a series of webinars to initiate a collaborative conversation between oil and gas companies, solution providers, and government organizations. The sprint focused on allowing a wide breadth of perspectives and ideas to be presented and discussed. Topics included: Detection and quantification, data analytics and reporting, and mitigation.