Research and Publications

Contributions made by our team

  1. Fox, Thomas A., Barchyn, Thomas E., Gough, Tyler, Gao, Mozhou, Staples, Marshall, Hugenholtz, Chris H. 2021. “Will new mobile screening technologies enable cost-effective methane leak detection?” In review. 

  2. Fox, Thomas A., Mozhou Gao, Thomas E. Barchyn, Yorwearth L. Jamin, and Chris H. Hugenholtz. 2020. “An Agent-based Model for Estimating Emissions Reduction Equivalence Among Leak Detection and Repair Programs.

  3. Fox, Thomas A., Arvind P. Ravikumar, Chris H. Hugenholtz, Daniel Zimmerle, Thomas E. Barchyn, Matthew Johnson, David Lyon, and Tim Taylor. 2019. “A methane emissions reduction equivalence framework for alternative leak detection and repair programs.” Elementa 7 (1). 

  4. Barchyn, Thomas E., Chris H. Hugenholtz, and Thomas A. Fox. 2019. “Plume detection modeling of a drone-based natural gas leak detection system.” Elementa 7 (1). 

  5. Fox, Thomas A., Thomas E. Barchyn, David Risk, Arvind P. Ravikumar, and Chris H. Hugenholtz. 2019. “A review of close-range and screening technologies for mitigating fugitive methane emissions in upstream oil and gas.” Environmental Research Letters 14 (5): 053002. 

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