We measured a comprehensive suite of pollutants emitted from 58 natural gas-fueled pumpjack engines in Utah’s Uinta Basin between January and May 2021, with repeat measurements of five engines in January 2022. We documented the emissions composition of several makes and models of commonly used engines, including Ajax E42, E565, DP60, and DP80 engines; Arrow L795, C101, and C106 engines; and GM Vortec.
Author ORCID Identifier
Seth Lyman https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8493-9522
Utah Division of Air Quality
Uintah Impact Mitigation Special Service District
Utah State University
Lyman, S., Tran, H., O'Neil, T., Mansfield, M. (2022). Final report: Air pollutant emissions from natural gas-fueled pumpjack engines in the Uinta. Basin. BRC_211231B. Utah State University. https://www.usu.edu/binghamresearch/files/reports/PJengineemissions_mar2022.pdf
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Lyman, S. (2022). Air Pollutant Emissions from Natural Gas-Fueled Pumpjack Engines in the Uinta Basin [Data set]. Utah State University. https://doi.org/10.26078/H62D-3F89
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