Challenger Technical Service’s MCDIS project is designed to eliminate fugitive GHG emissions that occur on existing oil and gas wells. The system will offer a dramatic improvement in the success rate and lifetime of a gas migration repair by introducing new intervention equipment and methods. Two materials are injected separately into a leaking wellbore, where they react and form a permanent seal which blocks gas migration to surface. Challenger will deploy its technology with major Calgary based operators on existing wells across Alberta. The technology is projected to eliminate 35,102 tonnes of CO2e per year by the year 2030. Challenger has received funding from ERA along with assistance from PTAC and CanERIC to develop and commercialize the GHG reduction project.