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Information Session: Eco-Efficiency Handbooks: Facilities Construction & Operations
9:15 AM - 10:40 AM
801 - 7th Ave SW
Oil and gas operators are bombarded by information from technology vendors and it is difficult to have quick access to validated information comparing alternatives from a neutral perspective. Additionally, operators are always looking for new ways to improve equipment operations to maximize energy efficiency and minimize emissions from existing field facilities. The Canadian Upstream Oil and Gas Eco-Efficiency Handbook, highlighted at this event, addresses both of these concerns.
The Handbook is currently being prepared by Cap-Op Energy with the support of CIPEC, PTAC, and AUPRF. Topics covered in the Handbook include, but are not limited to:
1. Burners, Heaters and Boilers
2. Flares, Combustors and Incinerators
3. Wellsite and Upstream Facilities Instrumentation and Controls
4. Injection Pumps
5. Engines and Compressors
6. Dehydration Units and Gas Treatment
8. Equipment Leaks
9. Lighting and Utilities
10. Well Completions
11. Wellhead Venting
12. Surface Casing Vent Flows
Limited webinar participation is available for this information session. Please contact Kristie Martin at email@example.com for webinar registration.
*Please note that this event is targeted towards emerging, junior, and intermediate oil and gas producers. Should registration for this event reach maximum capacity, registration priority will be given to producers and attendees registered from other organizations will be placed onto a waiting list. Thank you for understanding.
|9:15 AM||Registration Opens|
Welcome and Introduction
Presentation: Canadian Industry Program for Energy Conservation (CIPEC)
Presentation: Examples of Equipment and Recommended Practices Encompassed in the Canadian Upstream Oil and Gas Eco-Efficiency Handbook
(Noon on Mar 6)
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