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This issue
  • Two flares in one facility? Make sure to consider radiation from one stack to the other stack surface
  • Air emissions regulations and reporting requirements for the upstream oil and gas (UOG) industry in Western Canada: An Update
  • Attend our webinar about the launch of InstituSIM!
  • Training, News, and Events 

Two flares in one facility? Make sure to consider radiation from one stack to the other stack surface

It is quite common for a facility to have multiple flare stacks with different heights. Consider a sour gas processing facility where there are two stacks, a taller stack for handling the acid gas, and a shorter stack for handling the emergency scenarios. The question engineers are often asked is how far the distances between the stacks should be. Read more


Air emissions regulations and reporting requirements for the upstream oil and gas (UOG) industry in Western Canada: An Update

Air emissions regulations and reporting requirements for the upstream oil and gas (UOG) industry in Western Canada are in constant evolution and it can be very difficult to keep up with the changes.

This article provides a high level overview of existing and upcoming regulatory/reporting air emissions requirements for UOG facilities in Western Canada. Read more



Process Ecology is partnering with COSIA and InnoTech Alberta to launch InstituSIM!


With the success of the co2cepts software, COSIA and Process Ecology created a new version of the tool, extending the capabilities to include features such as water treatment technologies, risk-based analysis, and a KPI manager.

Our webinar will showcase the new tool's functionality and modelling support. Register for the webinar on Tuesday, October 16 at 10am MST.
  Training, News and Events
  • Process Ecology will be presenting at the CHCSE Conference in Toronto, ON on October 28-31 and will be exhibiting at the PTAC Innovation Showcase in Calgary, AB on November 20
  • Process Ecology will also be sponsoring the 2018 Methane Emissions Reduction Forum on November 27-28 in Banff, AB and will be attending the Digital Oil Session on September 27 in Calgary, AB
  • Process Ecology can help take the stress out of your NPRI and greenhouse gas emissions reporting requirements. We will work with you to efficiently gather the required field data, estimate corresponding air emissions, and submit the information as required. E-mail or call us (403-313-8931) if you would like more information.

 


Easily track, report and manage methane emissions using the Methane Emissions Advisor system.
 
Methane Emissions Advisor is an innovative web-based service that is designed to assist the Upstream Oil & Gas sector develop their methane inventory, estimate and manage methane emissions, and flaring and venting volumes from operating facilities. Methane Emissions Advisor brings together the benefits of a modern user interface with rigorous engineering calculations that will meet the most stringent requirements for reporting and will enable the identification of optimization opportunities.

Register for an evaluation trial today. Please visit www.methaneadvisor.com or send us an email.
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