NYSEARCH/NGA is seeking a partner
to help commercialize their in-home
Residential Methane Detector. Learn More
NYSEARCH leads a collaborative
RD & D program dedicated to serving
gas utility members in North America.
A successful model that has resulted
in implementation of products in
member companies and by industry
NYSEARCH RD & D projects target
members' unique challenges for gas system
operation, maintenance & repair.
Members select & support projects
which address their specific needs
The Northeast Gas Association
Key information from NYSEARCH.org is now
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NYSEARCH accepts members who are regulated gas utilities to join our consortium in pursuing gas research initiatives. For more information, please Contact NYSEARCH.
NYSEARCH partners with commercial product developers & distributors to aid successful product implementation (and to help define market needs & product specs). For more info, Contact NYSEARCH.
Commercial Partner Opportunity: In-Home Methane Gas Detector / Learn more >
RANGE™ stands for "Range of Acceptability for Natural Gas Equipment." NYSEARCH completed a comprehensive, geographically diverse study that determines the impacts of varying gas compositions on performance of installed residential appliances. The NYSEARCH RANGE™ Tool is now available in an easy-to-use online format.Learn more >
The development of a mercaptans sensor with ppb sensitivity to common odorants and blends used throughout the distribution system
An advancement of the current Explorer platforms to allow the collection of high-quality MFL data through the various bends of a pipeline system
A statistical evaluation of methane emissions quantification mobile technologies
Rigorous assessment to determine if sUAS based inspections and surveys provide advantages and improvements to O&M
An advanced, low-cost, and reliable methane sensor for residential applications
A study to fully understand and update recognition and detection thresholds of the human nose to natural gas odorants
Utilizing acoustic science to evaluate the operability of critical valves throughout a distribution system
Development of an integrated separator and nano-sensor capable of detecting trace compounds of interest found in natural gas in the ppb range