On-demand: Practical Guide to Air Quality Compliance for Oil and Gas Industry
Part 2: GHG Mandatory Reporting Rule (Subpart W)
Now that attendees have a basic understanding of emissions calculation tools and techniques, Part 2 of the webinar series will explore the prescriptive monitoring and calculation requirements of U.S. EPA’s GHG Mandatory Reporting Rule (40 CFR 98) for Oil & Natural Gas Systems (Subpart W). In this webinar we will cover the following topics:
- Overview of Rule Applicability
- Dissection of Monitoring & Reporting Requirements by Industry Segment & Source Category
- Calculation Tools & Strategies
- e-GRRT Reporting Procedures
Learn about the following US air-quality regulations in this series:
- Part 1: Basic air-quality permitting and regulatory concepts
- Part 2: The U.S. EPA’s Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Mandatory Reporting Rule (MRR)
- Part 3: New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) Subparts OOOO/OOOOa
- Part 4: Managing Leak Detection & Repair (LDAR) Programs
- Part 5: Federal Engine Rule Compliance
Environmental professionals in the oil and gas industry seeking to gain knowledge on US air-quality regulations. Learn about how software and consulting services can help simplify the new air-quality permitting and compliance requirements.
Christi M. Wilson, Managing Consultant at Trinity Consultants Ms. Wilson is graduate from M.I.T. and a managing consultant with Trinity’s Pittsburgh office where she assists industrial facilities with various projects, including federal NSR/PSD and state air-quality permitting, Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Mandatory Reporting Rule (MRR) compliance, NESHAP/MACT applicability and compliance, FERC Resource Report 9 filings, and Environmental Information Management System (EMIS) selection and implementation. She has more than 20 years of multi-media environmental experience in various states across the U.S., primarily focused on air-quality permitting and compliance in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and New York. Ms. Wilson has managed more than 7,500 projects involving all segments of the oil and natural gas industry, including upstream wellhead/production operations, midstream gathering and processing, downstream refining, gas transmission, and distribution.
Camila Restrepo, Project Manager, Intelex Technologies. Ms. Restrepo works with customers to best utilize Intelex ACTS for various environmental tracking and reporting programs. When Camila isn’t busy at the office, you can find her exploring the great outdoors or the menu of a local Denver eatery.
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