Under your nose: How response to natural gas leaks could change through new research



Written by Shel Evergreen. Published by SOURCE Nov. 19, 2019


Have you ever caught a whiff of something like rotten eggs and realized there might be a gas leak nearby? That smell is a component added to natural gas, something that is normally colorless and odorless, to help people recognize leaks. However, it’s a bit more complicated than that to effectively detect harmful leaks of natural gas...


Keep reading at SOURCE