The Process Ecology Newsletter includes updates and news relevant to the energy industry regarding updates for air emissions, technical information related to process simulation as well as case studies and best practices in process engineering.
In This Issue
Multi-Sector Air Pollutants Regulation, Part 2: Stationary Spark - Ignition engines
Emulsion Heater Treaters - Sizing Methodology
Process Ecology presents at Aspentech OPTIMIZE 2019
Training, News, and Events
Multi-Sector Air Pollutants Regulation, Part 2: Stationary Spark-Ignition Engines The Government of Canada published the Multi-Sector Air Pollutants Regulation (‘MSAPR’) on June 17, 2016. The regulation was made pursuant to the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 and is administered Read More...
Emulsion Heater Treaters - Sizing Methodology Heater treaters are used to further separate water from crude oil emulsions in cases where this cannot be achieved with normal gravity separation. Treaters are designed to break the emulsion by applying heat and retention timeRead More...
Aspentech OPTIMIZE 2019 Mo Abouelhassan enthusiastically makes the case for the Unbalanced Heat Method to "rest in peace". Dynamic simulation is a much better approach than the Unbalanced Heat Method, which relies on numerous assumptions and can potentially result in grossly undersized or oversized PSVs and flare systems.
Process Ecology participated in the Methane Management Solutions Workshop on July 8, 2019 to learn and discuss how small and mid-size producers can plan for and take action on upcoming methane regulations.
Process Ecology can help you comply with MSAPR by providing awareness training to your company personnel involved in planning and implementing the MSAPR requirements. E-mail or call us (403-313-8931) if you would like more information.
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