PureWest to test Pinedale fields for collegiate study

WYOMING – PureWest Energy announced last week that it is going to participate in the Colorado State University Energy Institute’s Advancing Development of Emissions Detection program with the intention of validating the company’s emissions management approach.

The company believes its approach will also accelerate development and deployment of environmental technologies and solutions for the energy sector.

This research program will focus on PureWest’s evaluation of Continuous Emissions Monitoring technologies in field testing sites in Pinedale for a two-month research period.

“Our stakeholders understand the value of reducing emissions and safely producing natural gas in the most environmentally responsible way, and we’re proud to continue to find new and innovative ways to deliver real, measurable results in line with that important goal,” PureWest CEO Chris Valdez said. “The PureWest culture is centered on teamwork, innovation and transparency, and this partnership with the experts at Colorado State University’s Energy Institute will further enhance field monitoring and leak detection technologies and solutions, ultimately leading to an even more sustainable future for our stakeholders and the entire industry.”