Wednesday, May 24, 2017
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.
In addition to addressing public reporting and the data transparency compliance with the rule demands, this webinar will address the following topics:
- Fenceline monitoring strategy and technologiesC
- EMS/CPMS analyzer selection and data integration
- Use of video cameras to comply with visible emission standards
- Changes in how startup, shutdown and maintenance events are managed
- Impacts to permits and deviation reporting
Irrespective of whether you are operating in the US or outside, it is worthwhile to learn the information management considerations while implementing new technologies and regulatory policy supporting this regulation.
Senior EHS Technologist
Michele Gray is a professional engineer registered in Texas with more than 25 years of EHS environmental experience in both the petrochemical industry and EHS consulting. She is uniquely qualified to understand the pace and priorities of private sector clients, particularly in communicating EHS impacts to business and operations. Michele’s experience is focused on leadership and critical thinking skills in the context of assessing EHS risk and developing solutions for complex issues. Her breadth and depth of technical experience allows her to clients articulate second and third order impacts of decisions. Her career started with founding technical assistance programs for small businesses through university outreach programs, followed by over ten years of consulting experience. Prior to rejoining CH2M, Michele worked for Koch Industries, where she had responsibility for overseeing EHS compliance risk for 40 facilities world-wide.
Vice President Environment Performance Solutions
Jeff Ladner has been helping corporations drive operational excellence and effectively manage operational risk for 20 years. He leads the Sphera solution strategy, helping corporations enable their management systems. Focus areas include environmental performance, personnel and process safety, product stewardship, supply chain management, risk assessment, and change management. Mr. Ladner holds a B.S. from Purdue University in chemical engineering and an MBA from the University of Delaware.