ClimateWire 3-Part Series on Natural Gas

Stephanie Paige Ogburn of ClimateWire has written an in-depth 3-part series on natural gas that makes a compelling case for accurately measuring leaks from production to delivery.

Tests of the Picarro G5101-i Analyzer (Professor Rich Farrell)

In the first post of this series , I noted that Gloria Jacobson, Picarro product manager for greenhouse gas analyzers, had been discussing Picarro G5101- i analyzer test results with several scientists, and would provide more detailed information in a series of posts.

The Chile Water Vapor Isotope Diary

By Professor Joe Galewsky - San Pedro de Atacama, June 15th 2013 It’s been raining here in Chile’s Atacama Desert and snowing up on the nearby Chajnantor Plateau, a very rare event in this usually dry part of the world!

Field Tests of the Picarro G5101-i Analyzer

Gloria Jacobson, Picarro product manager for greenhouse gas analyzers, has been very busy lately. As the picture shows, she has been testing products in nearby marsh lands. In addition, she has discussed field tests with independent scientists, and attended several conferences in the U.S. and China. Over the next few

Water Isotopes Leave Fingerprints for Climate Scientists

The embedded video, produced by Marsha Walton and reported by Miles O'Brien, describes how University of Colorado meteorologist David Noone and his team are working to understand how water moves around the planet. According to the accompanying article, " The measurements are made using an optical measurement technology which has

Greenhouse gas highest since the Pliocene

An instrument near the summit of Mauna Loa in Hawaii has recorded a climate milestone: the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere there has exceeded 400 parts per million (ppm) for the first time in 55 years of measurement—and probably more than 3 million years of Earth history.

The Coolest Presentations at EGU 2013 - Tuesday, April 9

The Picarro Investigator TM for Methane Research sets outside the Austria Center Vienna (ACV) as the General Assembly 2013 of the European Geosciences Union (EGU) opens on Monday, April 8. If you're attending EGU and would like to join us for a test ride, sign-up at Booth 50 . For

The Coolest Presentations at EGU 2013 - Monday, April 8

The coolest presentations on earth are taking place this week at EGU 2103 in Vienna, Austria. We'll be giving you an advance look at each day's presentations and posters from Picarro customers and scientists. For conference details, take a look at The Coolest Customers at EGU

A Google Glass app I want made: carbon emissions viewer

A post by Katie Fehrenbacher on GigaOM notes that “Google showed off a few sample apps for its augmented reality Google Glass at the SXSW festival this week.” Katie is very clear about the app at the top of her wish list, “I really want an app that helps people

New Mobile Methane Surveyor Could Put An End To The Fracking Debate

An article by Andrew Berger in CleanTechnica describes the role Picarro can play in bringing transparency to natural gas production. Here are a couple of quotes from the article: “We can identify source of methane emissions and natural gas pipeline leaks, pinpoint and quantify them on a map just by

Cool Ways Companies are Using the iPad

An article by Tara Struyk on Techopedia describes 9 ways innovative companies are using an iPad for business applications, including a description of how the Picarro Surv

Picarro Announces Surveyor™ for Natural Gas Emissions

Friday’s post with details of Michael Woelk’s Energy Innovation Pioneer Showcase Presentation tomorrow at CERAWeek 2013 mentioned that we would be announcing a major addition to our Surveyor™ mobile, real-time geo-informatics platform today. Well here it is!