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Remote Sensing Technologies for Detecting, Visualizing and Quantifying Gas Leaks
SPE International Conference and Exhibition on Health, Safety, Security, Environment, and Social Responsibility
Remote sensing technologies can be applied for a wide range of gas leak flowrates and in three main cases: (1) major leaks in crisis management; (2) medium size leaks in safety monitoring; (3) small leaks in environmental monitoring. A gas test campaign, conducted by Total, the ONERA -the French Aerospace Lab -and ADCIS in September 2015 using three hyperspectral infrared cameras from Telops, confirmed our capacity to visualize in 3D and quantify in real time plumes of methane in the range of 1doi:10.2118/190496-ms fatcat:3t7ru7w7ozgbhegic6qohkmkbq