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5 Things You Should Know About the Refinery Flare Rule

5 Takeaways From the Refinery Flare Rule Webinar: the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is now starting to track more rigorously under the Refinery Flare Rule, which was proposed in 2014, went into effect in 2016 and currently has a compliance deadline of Feb. 1, 2019, for existing flares.

Why Leaving the Paris Accord Intensifies the Focus on Sustainability

When the United States pulled out of the Paris Accord earlier this month, it changed the environmental climate in this country—and the world—profoundly. While many pundits, advocates and talking heads have decried how much this will set the U.S. and the rest of the world back in terms of environmental initiatives and sustainability, the truth

California’s Closing in on Hierarchy of Hazard Controls for Refineries

Risk management is about to get much more complicated for oil refineries in California. For years, Cal-OSHA’s standards were more or less in lockstep with the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s 14-point Process Safety Management requirements. That’s likely going to change. The proposed new requirements, which were approved on May 18, 2017, by the

Canada’s Filling Up With Oil and Gas, Environmental Regulations

As the Toronto Star reported on April 21, 2017, Canada has pushed back its new methane gas regulations for the Oil and Gas industry by three years until 2023. Even so, a spokeswoman for Canada’s Minister of Environment and Climate Change told the newspaper that the country would still be on pace to cut methane

Congrats to Kinder Morgan on their EHS Innovation Award at the 2017 Verdantix Summit!

Kinder Morgan won in the energy services and infrastructure category for the deployment of the Sphera Impact incident management software.

Refinery Flare Rule – Shaping Your Information Management Strategy

With the “Refinery Flare Rule” now being implemented, don’t make the mistake of thinking these requirements are only for refineries or exclusive to flares! Join us as we discuss the precedent these regulations set for public reporting of air emissions monitored at a property’s fenceline and from key sources within a facility. With the intention of this rule being to eliminate smoking flare emissions and upsetting emission events, the impact to daily operations is extensive.

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