2008 Europe Concawe Report - Refining
Concawe was established in 1963 by a small group of leading oil companies to carry out research on environmental issues relevant to the oil industry. Its membership has broadened to include most oil companies operating in Europe.
The scope of Concawe’s activities has gradually expanded in line with the development of societal concerns over environmental, health and safety issues. These now cover areas such as fuels quality and emissions, air quality, water quality, soil contamination, waste, occupational health and safety, petroleum product stewardship and cross-country pipeline performance.
In 2008 a Concawe published a report following a trial that was performed in Shell Gothenburg in 2007. During the trial a FLIR GasFindIR Optical Gas Imaging and other complementary technique was tested.