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EHS Emerging Technologies

How IoT and Blockchain Technology Can Transform Environmental Monitoring

Phillip Black - Wood Group

Description

This presentation will give you an overview of how Digital Transformation is eliminating layers of complexity to bring pre-interpreted field data directly to those who need to make decisions and take action. Two examples will be highlighted:• Environmental reporting involves flow measurements which must be verified to be accurate. Discovery of an inaccurate measurement can be costly for operators as they may pay fines from the last date they can prove accurate measurement. Meter verification tools make it simple and convenient to prove accuracy over time. Operators will be notified of problems immediately to avoid misreporting and allowing for immediate corrective action. • PRVs are no longer isolated mechanical devices that rely on manual rounds as part of a preventive maintenance program. Release and leakage alerts can be wirelessly monitored, and then integrated into reporting and analytical systems. Powerful tools are now available to interpret these patterns and predict future releases before they occur.

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EHS Emerging Technologies

Case Study: California Refinery Achieves 5ppm cNOx with DuplexTM Technology

Venkatesh Iyer - ClearSign Combustion

Description

ClearSign Combustion has developed, patented and commercialized a revolutionary low emission combustion technology called DuplexTM. A Duplex system can achieve net emissions lower than a SCR system for a variety of different types of combustion applications including boilers, heaters and flares.

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EHS Emerging Technologies

How Digital Transformation Can Impact Compliance for Environmental and Safety Regulation

Marcio Donnangelo & Julie Valentine - Emerson Automation Solutions

Description

This presentation will give you an overview of how Digital Transformation is eliminating layers of complexity to bring pre-interpreted field data directly to those who need to make decisions and take action. Two examples will be highlighted: • Environmental reporting involves flow measurements which must be verified to be accurate. Discovery of an inaccurate measurement can be costly for operators as they may pay fines from the last date they can prove accurate measurement. Meter verification tools make it simple and convenient to prove accuracy over time. Operators will be notified of problems immediately to avoid misreporting and allowing for immediate corrective action. • PRVs are no longer isolated mechanical devices that rely on manual rounds as part of a preventive maintenance program. Release and leakage alerts can be wirelessly monitored, and then integrated into reporting and analytical systems. Powerful tools are now available to interpret these patterns and predict future releases before they occur.

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EHS Emerging Technologies

LUMEN Terrain - Continuous Ground-Based Digital Methane Monitoring

Dan Johnson - Baker Hughes GE

Description

Coming soon.

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EHS Emerging Technologies

LUMEN Sky - Aerial Drone-Based Digital Methane Monitoring

Dan Johnson - Baker Hughes

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EHS Emerging Technologies

Location Awareness - Improving Safety with Wireless Monitoring

Marcio Donnangelo - Emerson Automation Solutions

Description

While the US EPA's Next Generation Compliance Initiative has concluded, the focus generated a number of conversations about the potential of small consumer devices in air quality monitoring. It also attracted the attention in the Middle East and Asia where accurate monitoring and reporting have historically been challenging. The global focus on compact sensors collecting more data, commonly referred to as the internet of things (IoT), means that more monitoring can be accomplished, but how can the information be trusted? Learn how other countries are investigating the combination of IoT with blockchain technology to increase confidence in their environmental reporting frameworks.

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EHS Emerging Technologies

Visible Emissions Management Using Best Available Technology

Shawn Dolan - Virtual Technology, LLC

Description

ASTM D7520-16 and US EPA Alternative Method 082, have revolutionized Visible Emission Management practices over the last 7 years. Community Air Quality Awareness has become a litigation boiling pot, as smart phones, and low cost Particulate and Ozone monitors, have flooded the monitoring markets, making monitoring readily available to everybody everywhere. The exponential growth of the community monitoring market over the last two years will be reviewed and strategies to embrace community monitoring as a means of compliance assurance will be discussed in this presentation.

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EHS Emerging Technologies

H2S Monitor & Safety Shower Technology

Marcio Donnangelo - Emerson Process Management

Description

Think you’re covered? Radios aren’t always enough. Find out how to improve safety by monitoring safety shower and eye-wash stations, as well as comply with OSHA without incurring complex installation and deployment costs. A safety shower system integration using wireless technology is not only cost-effective, but can provide instant alerts and quick and effective response time.

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EHS Emerging Technologies

Meeting Flare Emissions Regulations with BTU Measurement

Tom Watson - AMETEK Process Instruments

Description

Learn how mass spectrometer technology can be used to meet emissions requirements by measuring BTU in the flare gas. This session will cover the methods of BTU determination, and will outline the advantages of a mass spectrometer analyzer - speed, accuracy, range, etc. - while discussing application specifics, and total cost of ownership and maintenance needs. There will also be a review of mass spectrometry technology, components, and functions.

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EHS Emerging Technologies

Advanced Data Collection Technologies for Rugged Field Work

Craig O'Niell - Juniper Systems

Description

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Digital Transformation

Data Collection, Process Automation & Reporting Mobilized for Environmental Health & Safety

Jack Phur - Mobile Epiphany

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Digital Transformation

5 Reasons to Digitize your Oil & Gas Crews

Luke Carton - Parsable

Description

Giving O&G crews the digital tools to raise their performance is an overlooked opportunity of potentially immense proportions. You can generate incremental ROI with every job you digitize. Multiply that by all the complex nested jobs within your operations — and stretching across O&G value chains.

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Digital Transformation

Visible Emissions BACT – Digital Monitoring Technique for Opacity

Shawn Dolan - Virtual Technology

Description

This paper will review 10 years of the evolution of Visible and nuisance emission monitoring process. The evolution overview will include the national and international standards achieved and the operational status of digital visible emission management programs around the world. The paper will address implementation issues encountered and updates made to the standards to accommodate field operations. The paper will address the evolution of camera technology, and the use of the various, hand held, fixed mounted, mobile drones and personal cameras. The paper will explore the various ways these technologies are being used to manage Visible and Nuisance Emission programs around the Globe. The paper will discuss the pro's and con's of the various recording devices and the sources that require opacity monitoring. From the Early Warning System on the Freeway, to the monitoring of visibility on the street corner to estimate PM load, Digital Images continue to excel in the advancement of inexpensive wide area monitors. The paper will conclude with the comparison of the old to the new in terms of information quality and sustainability, while visualizing the path forward over the next decade.

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