Reduction of Fugitive/Vented Emissions for Oil and Gas Industry
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Register by May 5, 2017
As Canadian petroleum and natural gas infrastructure grows, emissions regulations from multiple regulatory authorities have been put into effect. Watch dog groups monitor and inspect facilities, plants, and pipelines to ensure compliance in new and existing facilities, storage tank farms, and pipeline stations. Government regulations are becoming strict, and changes during the life of some facilities have rendered parts or all of their system components noncompliant.
In today's world, there are a multitude of regulatory authorities dictating codes on emissions: CSA, API, ISO, Environment and climate change Canada, CAPP, AWHEM, EPA, ISA, and FCA.
In this session, we are going to discuss
- A brief history of emissions regulations
- The future of emissions and where the industry is headed
- Current practices and upcoming regulations
- A review of a portion of CSA Z620.1
About the Presenter
Gobind Khiani, P.Eng., M.Eng., has served in engineering and project management roles at procurement and construction (EPC) companies in both operations and engineering. He has a bachelor's degree in Piping Design and Engineering from the University of Pune, India, and a Master of Engineering degree from the University of Calgary, Alberta. Currently he is Director-1 Design Engineering with Fluor Canada Ltd at Piping Engineering Group. Currently, he chairs both the APEGA Calgary Branch Executive Committee and Valve Users Group. Gobind has experience in piping and pipelines, valves, surge/control valve selection and sizing, modularization in valves, safety integrity of piping systems, fugitive emissions, and material selection. Gobind is an active member of the API, ISO, and CSA regulation bodies.
APEGA Calgary Office
Gobind Khiani, P.Eng., M.Eng.
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May 5, 2017