September 2019

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
  • Site-wide implications of water disposal and recycling requirements for thermal in-situ oil sands facilities
  • Air Emissions reporting in Western Canada - keeping on top of it all
  • Process Ecology presents at Shale Water Management 2019
  • Training, News, and Events

Site-wide implications of water disposal and recycling requirements for thermal in-situ oil sands facilities
AER issued Directive 081 “Water Disposal Limits and Reporting Requirements for Thermal In Situ Oil Sands Schemes” in 2012. The regulation sets water disposal limits and reporting requirements.  Read More...
Air Emissions Reporting in Western Canada - keeping on top of it all
If you are responsible for air emissions reporting in Canada, you are likely struggling to keep on top of all the regulations and their demands – including data gathering, emissions measurement & estimation, and reporting. Read more..
Canadian Shale Water Management 2019
Ahad Shirazi from Process Ecology led the discussion on Optimization of Water Management in Shale Gas Production at the 4th Annual Shale Water Management 2019 conference. The key focus for this years conference was "Reducing the Cost of Water Recycling and Reuse."

  Learn how to quickly evaluate industrial heat recovery projects and to improve the efficiency of steam, refrigeration, and compression systems in a three-day course licenced by Natural Resources Canada and taught by Alberto Alva Argaez from Process Ecology. Click here to learn more and to register.

 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.

 Process Ecology's Methane Emissions Advisor can help your business manage methane emissions, reduce operating costs, and optimize your facility. Find out more at

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