Cleantech Flanders Partner "The Sniffers" wins prize with program to map methane emissions

Posted on 2 Dec 2020

We are pleased to announce that our Cleantech partner ‘The Sniffers’ has received the Energy Institute Environment Award 2020 for its Methane Accounting Program.

After being shortlisted in the category ‘Environment’ together with two submissions of oil & gas major Saudi Aramco, The Sniffers came out as winner during the virtual award show, which was held on Thursday 26 November.


"It is reassuring that energy leaders and the jury see the importance of a dedicated source-based approach to identify, quantify, and reduce methane emissions. This award represents our team´s relentless work to help our clients with managing their methane emissions to the atmosphere. We want to thank the Energy Institute for this recognition, and we look forward to helping more oil & gas players with our Methane Accounting Program, especially with the recently published Methane Strategy by the European Commission."
Bart Wauterickx, CEO, The Sniffers


The Sniffers´ Methane Accounting Program helps clients with minimizing methane emissions by identifying, and quantifying emissions, and defining improvement actions. The program delivers up to 70% reduction of methane emissions in one year using a source-based methodology with fit-for-purpose technologies.

 

About The Sniffers

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The Sniffers is a global service provider in emission management and pipeline integrity programs for the oil, gas and (petro)chemical industry. They realize their customers’ environmental, sustainability, and integrity ambitions with emission monitoring projects and pipeline integrity services. As an international service provider, they executed over 8.000 successful projects and have 30 years of experience in the industry.


For more information

bart.wauterickx@the-sniffers.com

www.the-sniffers.com

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