Workers operating in the oil and gas exploration industries are at risk for exposure to sour gas - gas containing H2S (hydrogen sulfide) at potentially toxic levels. Operations located in densely populated areas pose additional threats of exposure to the general public.
The danger can develop over time, even if the gas source was initially 'sweet' (low in H2S). Local and national regulations define acceptable exposure levels for workers and the public. Over the years, industry has adopted low-level H2S detection, and continues to look for improved technology to ensure the safety of its workers and the community while meeting regulation requirements.
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