4C is pleased to offer introductory and expert-level flares courses and an advanced flare monitoring course at 4C 2018!
Recent regulatory changes and US EPA enforcement initiatives have brought flares and flare monitoring to the forefront of many facilities’ compliance projcts.
4C is pleased to offer several flare-focused training opportunities at the 2018 4C Conference including an introductory course on flares, an expert-level flares course, and an advanced flare monitoring course.
Flare focused training has been offered every year at the 4C Conference, and the classes reach capacity quickly. Check the course descriptions below to see which one would benefit you the most, and register soon to save your spot.
Flares have found their way to the top of EPA’s list of priorities – from a National Enforcement Initiative to Consent Decrees, to NSPS Subpart Ja. The Flares Essentials course discusses the finer points of these regulations, walks you through the fundamentals of flaring, and uncovers opportunities for you to maximize your flare performance. It’s the right training at the right time to build a flares foundation for the future.
Flares for Experts
This course covers the more advanced issues related to flares and flare compliance strategies.
The topics covered include:
Net heating values in the combustion zone
Flare measurements along with a Gas Chromatograph
Flare measurements along with a calorimeter
Flare measurements along with a mass spec
Flare measurements using Gas Chromatograph and calorimeter
Panel discussing the 4 different flare measurement techniques
Automation of RSR.
Targets for 98% destructions efficiency and 270 BTU/SCF
Video Imaging Spectral Radiometry (VISR) as an Alternative Monitoring Method for the Refinery Sector Rule
A new technology has been developed that can be used to remotely monitor flare performance and provide instant feedback to a flare operator. The technology is called Video Imaging Spectro-Radiometry (VISR), and it has been validated with full scale flares and extractive sampling tests. With VISR, a flare operator will have a dashboard that provides essential flare operation and performance parameters including directly measured combustion efficiency, level of smoke, flame stability, flame size, and heat released from flare combustion. With this flare dashboard, an operator finally has the information needed to operate the flare at peak performance day or night.
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.
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