Two years after its finalization, Heath’s large equipment sale to Diversified Energy is still making a positive impact on methane emissions. In 2022, Diversified Energy purchased over 500 instruments from Heath, including the highly successful RMLD-CS, SEMTECH HI-FLOW 2, GT-44 Series, EyeCGas 2.0, and EyeCSite. These instruments have helped to identify and remediate emissions that would have otherwise gone undetected using traditional techniques. The sale has contributed significantly to reducing methane emissions and improving the environment. Heath is proud to have played a part in this positive change and is committed to continuing to provide innovative solutions to support a sustainable future.

Most recently the SEMTECH HI-FLOW 2 was identified as a favorite emissions detection tool by Paul Espenan from Diversified Energy Company, PLC in a recent Hart Energy article.

“What is your favorite emissions detection tool to use out in the field?”

His response was, “All of them. It’s really hard to pick. But the one that we’ve really gotten a lot of benefit from is the SEMTECH HI-FLOW 2.”  An excerpt from an article by Velda Addison of Paul Espenan from Diversified Energy Company, PLC.

Velda Addison, Senior Editor of digital media for Hart Energy’s editorial team interviewed Paul Espenan, Senior Vice President of Environmental health, Safety and risk management for Alabama based Diversified Energy. In the article “Keeping it Tight: Diversified Energy Clamps Down on Methane Emissions ­–­ Diversified Energy wants to educate on emission reduction successes while debunking junk science.”

Read the complete article on the Hart Energy website: