New year, new style: Fugitive Emissions Journal in 2019

We are pleased to announce the Fugitive Emissions Journal has transitioned to an A4, standard magazine-style format in 2019!
The journal is published quarterly (March, June, September & December) with a focus on four important and recurring topics within the fugitive emissions community: Leak Detection & Repair (LDAR), Benzene Waste Operations (BWON), Flares & Instrumentation and Air Permitting. Each 32+ page publication is received by over 7,000 readers and is distributed at important international carbon & emission-related events worldwide.
The Fugitive Emissions Journal will continue to provide a comprehensive guide on the latest industry news, trends and standards, as well as a series of scholarly technical articles, end user interviews & project innovation work. By expanding readers’ knowledge base, the publication aims to assist facilities in further developing programs to minimize emissions by improving and optimizing plant performance.
To make an inquiry about the publication, request a subscription or to submit editorial content, please contact the Editor, Stephanie Matas at
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