Spring 2020

During the COVID-19 crisis, Process Ecology has taken steps to reduce the risk for our team and clients. We have moved all our operations to entirely web-based work and ensured our team members are working from home. As this is an unprecedented situation, we are remaining optimistic and doing everything we can to support our team members and clients as we navigate the weeks together. 

In This Issue
  • Sweetening of sour gases with high-CO2 content using MDEA
  • Strategies for managing emissions regulations and Process Ecology’s approach
  • DEC Data Mining and Machine Learning Online Training Course
  • Training, News, and Events

Sweetening of sour gases with high-CO2 content using MDEA
This article investigates the impact of varying lean amine temperature on CO2 removal.

CO2 reaction with MDEA is kinetically controlled such that the higher the temperature the faster the reaction rate. An operator could vary the lean amine temperature to achieve the desired CO2 in the treated gas. Read more...
Strategies for managing emissions regulations and our approach
Canada’s oil and gas sector is experiencing unprecedented challenges with low oil & gas prices and the development of the Covid-19 pandemic. Added to the uncertainty is the fact that emissions regulations in Canada’s oil and gas sector have become increasingly complex and costly. Read more...
DEC Online Training Course - Data Mining and Machine Learning
Decentralized Energy Canada provides customized training modules to DE stakeholders who want to improve in-house capabilities for evaluating the technical, economic, and environmental merits of DE projects. Process Ecology and RER are to teach a 3-day course about how to analyse and optimize the performance of industrial processes and buildings using multivariate data analysis, neural networks and other techniques. 

 James Holoboff with Process Ecology was a panelist at the “Reducing Methane Emissions from Tanks” web event which occurred March 30 to April 1. This webinar, hosted by PTAC, presented excellent ideas around measurement, estimation, and mitigation of methane emissions from tanks.

 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 you cost-efficiently report company-wide methane emissions as required by regulation, as well as identify opportunities for reducing operating costs and optimizing your facility. Find out more at

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