LQM are happy that our ‘Ternary Gas Composition Tool’ received a mention from Steve Wilson of EPG during his recent presentation on ground gases at the ‘Brownfield Land Wales 2019’ conference. But then it is based on research he published last year in conjunction with Ambisense.
From the pings on our website, it must really have got the interest of practitioners in the audience who want to better understand their ground gas data and leverage its full potential and value. If you want to join them, find out more about the Ternary Gas Composition Tool and our full range of products and recorded webinars.
Note: LQM have recently updated the Licence Agreement for all our software tools, including the Ternary Gas Composition Tool, to clarify that organisations with multiple offices need to purchase multiple copies/licences of the software.