Gas Trak SuprSnifrTM is an innovative technology designed to detect hydrocarbons at extremely low concentrations. We use vehicle-mounted units and can survey natural gas pipeline systems in a quick and economical manner without compromising integrity.
Reasons for using Gas Trak Leak Detection Technology:
An average leak will release about 11,500 cubic feet of product per day. Larger leaks can release over 250,000 cubic feet of product PER DAY.
Before surface abandonment's, or "cut and caps" are completed, Gas Migration Tests and SCVF (Surface Casing Vent Flow) tests should be conducted. These relatively inexpensive tests can prevent expensive re-entries to correct the down-hole problems. West Country Energy uses traditional bar and hole, as well as non-intrusive methods to perform the gas migration tests. Gas migration testing is also done within 90 days of "Rig Release" as per the AER Directive 020 (March 2016). View FAQs. View FAQs
West Country Energy offers annual pipeline inspections that meet AER guidelines. This surface inspection includes legal signage, pipeline crossings, vegetation cover, encroachment and any signs of pipeline leakage. Our detailed observations are documented in reports and/or GIS format for the client. Our crews also carry line locators and surveying software, and can install signs as the pipeline inspection progresses.
"West Country Energy Services has been providing SaskEnergy with high quality leak survey services in rural and urban locations. The use of their SuprSnifr trucks on the vast SaskEnergy rural distribution gas system have proven to be a very efficient way to survey large amounts of pipeline and keep on schedule. Their professional appearance and work process have been well received by the public and reduce customer / landowner concerns."
Kent Schoenroth P. Eng, ManagerDistribution Integrity, TransGas Ltd.
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