Early-Bird Registration Extended to November 15! - 4C Conference

Early-Bird Registration Extended to November 15!

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Early-Bird Registration Deadline Extended to Nov. 15!

Be a part of something great! Register today for the world’s premier health, safety, and environmental conference.

From February 6-8, hundreds of health, safety, and environmental professionals will gather at the Hilton Austin hotel in Austin, Texas for three days of cutting-edge breakout presentations, expert-led training courses, incredible evening events, and valuable networking opportunities you won’t find anywhere else.

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

Full conference registration is normally $1,495 for industry end-users and $2,450 for non-industry members (vendors, OEMs, consultants). But if you register before November 15th, you’ll get access to all training courses, breakout presentations, meals, and events for $1,250.

This is a limited time offer, so register today to take advantage of this incredible discount.

In addition to the speakers,  training courses you’ll get to walk through the 4C tradeshow, where you’ll connect with hundreds of industry professionals demoing their products and services to 4C attendees.

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2019 Schedule

February 6th:
Attend over 60 breakout presentations covering the latest technologies, regulatory drivers, policy changes, and HSE best practices. Just a few of the presentations scheduled include:

Environmental Enforcement Developments in the Trump Administration – Matthew Thurlow, Baker & Hostetler LLP

On-Going BWON Compliance Concerns – Ken Garing, Ken Garing and Associates

How to Integrate Drones into Routine Operations – Steven Fargo, DataWing Global

The Regulation of Oil & Gas Activities Under the Trump Administration – John B. King, Breazeale, Sachse and Wilson LLP

Optical Gas Imaging: Examining Detection Limit and the resulting impact to Emission Inventory – Jon Morris, Providence Photonics

See the full list of 2019 presentations →

February 7th and 8th:
Choose from over 30 expert-led training classes hosted by experts on topics like LDAR, Flares, Flare Instrumentation, BWON, Air Permitting, and many other HSE topics. A few featured classes include:

Flares for Experts Class #1: Flare Regulatory Compliance
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. Read more…

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. Read more…

LDAR Best Practices and Excellence
Take an intense dive into best practices, continuous improvement and new-generation technology for all things Leak Detection and Repair / Fugitive Emissions. This workshop will feature discussion on LDAR program revalidation, as well as technology, tools and work practices to help elevate your LDAR program to excellence with cost-effective and efficient opportunities for improvement. Read more…

Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS) Fundamentals
The training session will cover the fundamentals of continuous emissions monitoring systems (CEMS) from the regulatory drivers requiring CEMS, to CEMS equipment, design, control, and reporting software. The class will discuss the various types of CEMS including fully extractive cold/dry, hot/wet, dilution extractive, and in-situ as well as hardware including probes, sample line, coolers, filters, analyzers, controllers, and data acquisition and handling systems (DAHS). Read more…

See the full list of 2019 training courses →

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

If you’re eager to learn, see what the 4C Conference has to offer your professional future.

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