FME

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AcronymDefinition
FMEFundação Municipal de Educação (Portuguese: City Education Foundation; Brazil)
FMEFormal Methods Europe
FMEFaculty of Mechanical Engineering (Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic)
FMEFondation Marocaine de l'Étudiant (French: Moroccan Student Foundation; Morocco)
FMEFrom My Experience
FMEFestival de Musique Émergente (French: Emerging Music Festival; Canada)
FMEFisheries Management and Ecology (Blackwell Publishing, Ltd.)
FMEFunction Management End
FMEFeature Manipulation Engine
FMEFujitsu Microelectronics Europe (Langen, Germany)
FMEFlash Media Encoder
FMEFoundations of Management and Entrepreneurship (course)
FMEFinnish Metal Expo (trade show)
FMEFacultat de Matemàtiques I Estadística (Mathematics and Statistics Faculty, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya)
FMEForce, Motion and Energy (various schools)
FMEForensic Medical Examiner
FMEForeign Market Entry
FMEFurther Medical Evidence
FMEFree Music Ensemble (band)
FMEForce Medical Examiner (UK)
FMEFellowship in Medical Education (UK)
FMEFestival Mitte Europa (German cultural festival)
FMEFor Mother Earth (Belgium)
FMEForeign Material Exclusion
FMEFree Market Economy
FMEFunctioning Market Economy
FMEFédération Mycologique de l'Est (French: Mycological Federation of the East)
FMEFinancial Management Excellence (various companies)
FMEFoundation Management Experience (entrepreneurial techniques class)
FMEFailure Mode & Effects
FMEFull Memory Encryption
FMEFree Meal Entitlement (UK)
FMEFacilities Maintenance and Engineering
FMEFree Motion Embroidery (machine quilting technique)
FMEForeign Material Exploitation
FMEFruit Machine Emulation
FMEFederatie Voor de Metaal- en Electrotechnische Industrie (Dutch)
FMEForeign Maritime Entity
FMEFrequency Measuring Equipment
FMEForce Majeure Event (disaster recovery)
FMEFloor Mounted Equipment (Aircraft Build Up)
FMEForce Modernization Equipment
FMEFinanciamiento Militar del Exterior (Spanish: Foreign Military Financing)
FMEFugitive Methane Emissions
FMEFixed Manufacturing Expense
FMEFor My Entertainment (internet slang)
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Q: What sort of methane emissions regulations will be necessary to support the LDC industry in reducing fugitive methane emissions?
Fugitive methane emissions are important to climate change and government and industry's response to it, due to the high global warming impact of methane of 34 and 86 times that of C[O.sub.2] over 100 and 20 years, respectively.
These emissions represent "low hanging fruit" for reductions, but capturing fugitive methane emissions can also directly produce saleable gas.
2454) passed by the House Energy and Commerce Committee by a vote of 33 to 25 on May 21 would stimulate demand for natural gas but force pipelines to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from compressor exhaust and fugitive methane emissions from many small leakage points along distribution fines.
Reactive Innovations, based in Steamboat Springs, Colorado was also awarded $100,000 to develop an inexpensive hand-held monitor for measuring fugitive methane emissions. Methane is the second most prevalent greenhouse gas emitted after carbon dioxide, however, on a pound-to-pound comparison methane has a 25 times greater impact on climate change than carbon dioxide over a 100-year period.
Salt Lake City, Utah, for indoor formaldehyde detection by a low-cost chemical sensor based on organic nanofibers; iSense, LLC, Mountain View, Calif., to develop an inexpensive, portable optical sensor to monitor indoor formaldehyde levels; KWJ Engineering, Inc., Newark, Calif., to create a simple lead test for drinking water safety & to create an inexpensive low-power, nano-sensor-based measurement of fugitive methane emissions.
It is a goal of industry and scientists alike to better constrain the sources of fugitive methane emissions from man-made activities.
Martin Edwards, an INGAA vice president, says the industry prefers the Senate bill because it opens the door to pipelines receiving "offsets" to use against emission reduction requirements when a pipeline controls fugitive methane emissions beyond a legislated level, a concession not contemplated by the House bill.
ONS, Stavanger, Norway: Fugitive methane emissions and a real commitment to downstream Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS) are two issues the natural gas industry must address if it is to enjoy long-term public and policy support.
Fugitive methane emissions from distribution mains account for 32% of methane emissions from the U.S.
2454) passed by the House Energy and Commerce Committee by a vote of 33-25 on May 21 would stimulate demand for natural gas but force pipelines to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from compressor exhaust and fugitive methane emissions from many small leakage points along the distribution line.
GRI asked Enron to participate in a study financed by GRI and the Pipeline Research Committee (PRCI) to measure fugitive methane emissions using the Hi-Flow Sampler.