Routine flaring in oil production burns up flammable gases that are considered by-products, despite the fact that essentially those same gasses are sold to households and power plants as natural gas. Photo provided by FlareNet. In the field, however, researchers must adapt to the circumstances and solve problems as they arise. He and Festa-Bianchet installed probes which communicate with a main processor unit via fibre optic cable—optical flow meters—into taps on the flare lines to measure flow rate and take samples of the gas. Since it can heat homes and cook meals, an economic case can be made for saving and using methane instead of wastefully venting or flaring it into the atmosphere. The future starts now at Carleton.
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