Air Permitting Training at 4C 2018 - 4C Conference

Air Permitting Training at 4C 2018

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Get up to speed on air permitting regulatory changes, compliance strategies, and walk away with real-world knowledge you can use on your projects.

4C, with support from our training partners, is pleased to announce several air permitting focused training courses that will be offered at the 2018 4C Conference in San Antonio, Texas.

The training courses will provide education to HSE industry members, consultants, and vendors on a variety of air permitting topics and specific compliance areas:

A Roadmap to the Future of Air Quality Permitting 
In this 2-hour course, you will become aware of the resources and tools available online that can help you expedite the air quality permitting process, where you can go to access them, how to put them into action now, and what paradigm shifts are to come in the future for air quality permitting.

Air Permitting for Experts 
This course is designed to provide a forum for those who already have considerable air permitting experience an environment to interact with each other and the trainers to share experiences regarding some of the nuances of air permitting policy, regulations, and guidance. The examples provided in the class will provide a framework to explore and discuss some of the “gray areas” that can make air permitting challenging. The primary focus of the training will be federal new source review (NSR).

Intermediate Air Permitting 
This course will cover some more advanced topics relevant to air permitting at refineries and petrochemical plants.

Air Permitting Essentials 
This 1 day introductory course is designed grow your knowledge of the fundamentals of air permitting from the basic structure of relevant air regulations to the types of air emission sources you need to know.

Essentials of Air Permitting & Compliance for Chemical Plants 
Chemical facilities have a unique set of air permitting and compliance concerns, primarily due to the inherent nature of ever-changing raw materials and products that are handled. During this course, Kevin Moin, P.E. will present strategies that him and his team have pioneered for air permitting and compliance, which have proven successful in effectively securing air permits that provide maximum operational flexibility, as well as pragmatic tools in demonstrating on-going compliance.

Oil and Gas Air Regulations – What You Need to Focus on Now 
This workshop will provide some clarity and direction about what the oil and gas sector should be doing now. While not providing formal legal guidance, the workshop will address the compliance challenges confronting upstream and midstream oil and gas companies in meeting EPA and BLM regulations, as well as some evolving issues at the State level. We will particularly focus on EPA’s New Source Performance Standard (NSPS) OOOOa requirements around the implementation of a volatile organic compound (VOC) and methane leak detection and repair (LDAR) monitoring and reporting program as well as associated with the final Bureau of Land Management (BLM) venting and flaring rule (e.g., Waste Prevention) requirements. We will also provide some insights and approaches to recordkeeping and reporting approaches under these programs.

Register now to join hundreds of environmental professionals as we gather at the 4C Conference to learn about emerging technologies, policy changes, compliance strategies, best practices, and walk away with real-world advice and practical takeaways.

Now is your chance to become part of one of the most diverse and fastest growing HSE consortiums in the world.

The 4C 2018 Conference is happening April 3-5 in San Antonio, Texas and features more than 60 breakout presentations and 25+ training courses aimed at arming attendees with real-world knowledge they can use to optimize future projects and contribute to their professional growth.

If you’re eager to learn, register now to start planning your 2018 4C experience.

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