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Webinar | Harnessing Waste Heat Recovery in the Oil and Gas Sector

10 Apr 2024
Register by April 9, 2024

This webinar delves into the pivotal role of waste heat recovery and the application of heat pipe heat exchangers to mitigate emissions in the oil and gas industry. Faced with mounting environmental concerns, the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions is a critical priority. Waste heat, a byproduct of industrial processes, presents a substantial untapped resource for energy reclamation and scope 1 emissions reductions. The session explores the principles of waste heat recovery and explains how heat pipe heat exchangers serve as a promising solution to efficiently capture and repurpose this thermal energy.

This webinar will highlight some of the challenges and opportunities in integrating waste heat recovery technologies. Our expert speaker will share insights on the design, implementation, and operational aspects of heat pipe heat exchangers, including their effectiveness in energy efficiency through case studies. Attendees will gain an understanding of how heat pipe heat exchangers can be applied to the oil and gas domain. Furthermore, the webinar aims to stimulate discussions on fostering a sustainable approach while meeting energy demands, ultimately contributing to a more environmentally conscious and efficient industry landscape. 

Brought to you by the Calgary Branch. Everyone is welcome to attend.

For any questions about this event, please contact [email protected].

About the Presenter

Mark Boocock is the founder and managing director of Econotherm, a UK-based cleantech company in the industrial waste heat recovery sector. To date, his company has delivered over 350 projects and contributed to over 500,000 tons per year of greenhouse gas reductions in a wide range of industries across the globe. He has more than 40 years of technical, scientific, and project management experience across a broad spectrum of sectors and has been a guest lecturer at Brunel University since 2013.

Mark is accredited as an ESOS lead assessor with the Energy Managers Association and a low carbon consultant with the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers. He has worked with a wide range of industrial customers to identify and implement carbon reduction initiatives in their manufacturing processes. Earlier in his career, Mark held entrepreneurial, sales, and marketing director roles in a diverse mix of blue chip companies, startups, and small and mid-sized companies. 

  • Speaker:
    Mark Boocock, Managing Director, Econotherm
  • Cost:
    Free
  • Eligible CPD Hours:
    1
  • Registration Deadline:
    April 9, 2024