The Methane Emission Estimation Tool: A Model for Developing Fine Scale Spatial and Temporal Methane Emission Estimates for Oil and Gas Basins

JUNE 2021
A Scientific Insights article describes the Methane Emission Estimation Tool (MEET), a community modeling tool developed with the support of CAMS by researchers at the University of Texas and Colorado State University for constructing inventories of methane emissions from oil and gas operations.

A Searchable Database for Prediction of Emission Compositions from Upstream Oil and Gas Sources

FEBRUARY 2021 | Environmental Science & Technology
A peer-reviewed article by University of Texas researchers published in Environmental Science & Technology (ES&T) presents a database tool that can be used to estimate emissions compositions at oil and gas production sites. Funding to perform this work was provided by CAMS.