Yet another milestone for ITFI R&D
The energy industry though oiling the cogs of the economy has the negative effect of methane and carbon dioxide emissions. These two most potent gases resulting in global warming. Since the energy sector is known to create more emissions that any other industry created by man, the considerable positive environmental impact can be achieved even by slight improvements.
Methane gas is the main culprit behind the major share of global warming, as it is several times more powerful than CO2. Energy industries all over the world have begun a drastic step to find innovative ways to reduce methane and carbon dioxide emissions. As agreed in the international climate change accord held at Paris in 2015, an accelerated reduction in the emission of methane and carbon dioxide must come by 2030 at any cost, to have any chance of meeting the 1.5°C global temperature target.
Researchers at ITFI labs have been working round the clock to innovate and integrate new technology to reduce the emission to the maximum. It has been estimated that at a global scale, 4 trillion cubic feet of natural gas has been emitted into the atmosphere by 2015. With natural gas being the energy of the future due to high methane content, drastic steps have to be undertaken to preserve our globe for the coming generations.
With our advanced patented solution for emission detection, reduction and enhancements we aim to reduce the environmental footprint to the slightest. ITFI research lab has a unique position in developing and various types of equipment and applications to cut down the rate of environmental pollution. We use an integrated and holistic model assisted by an array of supercomputers to make newer additions and product designs to cut down methane and carbon dioxide pollution.
Our unique filter designs are quite well known around the globe for their unique capacity to detect and curb any amount of methane content exceeding a predefined level.
Our elite research team has been instrumental in
Admittedly, there are many challenges faced by the oil and gas industries in designing equipment for minimizing negative environmental footprint. Research at our ITFI research labs has deepened its roots in areas which has never been touched before, such as the use of hybrid technology and integrated working algorithms for determining the number of pollutants emitted in real time.
For arriving at an amicable solution, several issues must be addressed. This includes the conflicting amendments in laws relating to deep sea drilling, barriers to the market, determination of the best way to use oil wells and the consideration of many other factors.
Almost none of the economic possibilities can become a solid reality if Mother Nature is completely stripped of her natural essence. Useful products cannot be harvested from resources that no longer exist. With the future advancement in technology, we hope for a better tomorrow where technology and nature will coexist in mutual support.