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EPAS

Environmental Pneumatic Abatement System

ABOUT LOUISIANA TECHNICAL INSTRUMENTS

We are a New Orleans oil and gas technology start-up company, headquartered in Covington, LA .

Our goal is to provide a technology that will help pipeline operators, refineries, power plants, paper mills, off shore platforms, and additional industries comply with the proposed methane emissions regulations set forth by the Obama administration and the Environmental Protection Agency in January 2015.

Our proprietary technology, the Environmental Pneumatic Abatement System (EPAS), provides one solution for reducing pneumatic controller methane emissions and decreasing “lost and unaccounted for” gas.

Methane emissions reduction has become a focus area, within the oil and natural gas industry, and can be reduced with the Environmental Pneumatic Abatement System (EPAS)

REDUCES METHANE BLEED

SAVES MONEY

UNIVERSAL ADAPTION

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