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  • Blog Post #3

    April 13, 2021

    Vessels Carbon Solutions has commissioned a study on the methane emissions we have captured and destroyed over the years as well as the emissions from our project site we are unable to capture due in large part to mineshafts and portals that are leaking the methane to atmosphere.  The report was done by Drew Shindell an atmospheric scientist at The Duke Universities Nicholas School of the Environment.  A link to his methane impact tool is below. Elk Creek Permit Area Abandoned Mine Methane Report Assessment of Environmental and Societal Benefits… Read More

  • Blog Post #2

    January 3, 2018

    For the latest news regarding methane destruction form the north fork valley see the press releases below Miguel Otarola of CPR on mine methane in the North Fork North Fork Valley captures methane Denver GazetteApril 25, 2021 News Week Op Ed by Mike Kaplan

  • Blog Post #1

    January 3, 2018

    The greenhouse gas effect of 1,000 cubic feet of methane is equivalent to 1.6 tonnes of CO2. The average passenger vehicle in the USA emits .013 Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide per day. So 1,000 cubic feet of methane is equivalent to the daily CO2 emissions of 123 cars