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LDAR / Fugitive Emissions Prevention

LDAR for Experts (Multi-Day)

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Instructor(s) / Participants

Graham "Buzz" Harris - Sr. Regulatory Professional IV, TRICORD Consulting
Mark Kelsey - Client Relationship Manager, TRICORD Consulting

Course Length

16 Hours

Course Description

LDAR for Experts is for the seasoned LDAR coordinator seeking advanced LDAR training. Other professionals who might attend include environmental advisors, maintenance supervisors with continuing LDAR responsibilities, contractor site supervisors, and program managers. If you crave an intense dose of insider LDAR knowledge from various industry perspectives, this session is for you.

 


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LDAR / Fugitive Emissions Prevention

LDAR – Beyond Basics and Underneath the Rules

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Instructor(s) / Participants

Brian Whitley - Vice President of Compliance, EMSI

Course Length

8 Hours

Course Description

An in depth look at LDAR Basics from a fresh perspective.


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LDAR / Fugitive Emissions Prevention

Quantitative Optical Gas Imaging

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Instructor(s) / Participants

Yousheng Zeng - CEO, Providence Photonics
Jon Morris - Chief Technical Officer, Providence Photonics

Course Length

4 Hours

Course Description

This 4-hour course covers the fundamentals of quantitative optical gas imaging and introduces the latest features of the QL320 quantitative optical gas imaging method. Course work is followed with hands on training and a certification is awarded to successful participants.

Providence Photonics, LLC is announcing the latest release of the QL320 Quantitative Optical Gas Imaging (QOGI) product. This new version brings many highly requested improvements to the company’s quantitative method following the success of the original QL320 launched in February of 2017. “The QL320 Version 2 represents a significant advancement for quantitative optical gas imaging.” says Jon Morris, CTO of Providence Photonics. “Not only have we improved the performance of the method, but we have also incorporated feedback from our user community to improve the overall form and function of the product.”

The QL320 is used in conjunction with a FLIR GF320 or GFx320 handheld gas imaging camera. The QL320 is portable, easy to use, and provides results in the field within seconds. With the QL320, a leak can be quantified to establish the environmental benefit of a Leak Detection and Repair (LDAR) program or to determine the dollar value of lost product. This allows users to quantify the leak rate when a leak is detected by the FLIR GF320 or GFx320 cameras.

Key new features in Version 2 include a continuous mode, which gives the user immediate feedback from the QL320 method to assess the quality of the background and plume extraction. The continuous mode also provides a real time result with 1-second, 5-second and 1-minute rolling averages. Providing the user with rolling averages for leak rate results in higher precision than the previous batch method. Additional features in Version 2 include an image mask to suppress noise or reflections, an interactive delta temperature tool and a streamlined file management system.


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LDAR / Fugitive Emissions Prevention

Guideware Software Workshop

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Instructor(s) / Participants

Greg Sherman - Project Manager, GuideWare Systems
Ben Hopkins - Lead Programmer, GuideWare Systems
Jeremy McLeod - Project Manager, GuideWare Systems

Course Length

2 Hours

Course Description

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LDAR / Fugitive Emissions Prevention

Guideware Software Training

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Instructor(s) / Participants

Greg Sherman - Project Manager, GuideWare Systems
Ben Hopkins - Lead Programmer, GuideWare Systems
Jeremy McLeod - Project Manager, GuideWare Systems

Course Length

4 Hours

Course Description

Learn what is new in the GuideWare LDAR software, and how to utilize its newest, advanced features to enhance and improve your LDAR program.

Topics Covered:

What’s new in GuideWare version 2.5
•Using Electronic P&ID Drawings for your Inventory Jobs
•Introducing ‘GuideWare Connect’ Mobile Connection Application
•Configuring GuideWare for Subpart OOOOa
•Inspection Workflow with an Android Tablet and the IR Camera
•Audit Survival Tools – Learn how to audit your own data


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LDAR / Fugitive Emissions Prevention

US EPA Alternative Method 082 (Visible Emissions Management Certification)

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Instructor(s) / Participants

Shawn Dolan - President, Virtual Technology, LLC

Course Length

4 Hours

Course Description

The course will review the history and evolution of visible emission measurement. Moving from Ringelman to Method 9 to the current state of the art, Alternative Method 082. The course will detail the use of the ALT 082 in the field demonstrating cost savings and data quality improvements. The course will discuss the citizen science of camera based opacity measurement and the various enforcement operations using cameras to improve data quality. The course will discuss the operations of Digital Cameras for VEE and teach the use of cameras to include proper framing and recordation of Visible Emissions to include the documentation necessary to build an sustainable observation. The course will conclude with a run down of camera options and certified tools. All attendees will receive a Digital Camera Operator for Alternative Method 082 certification that can be activated upon return to their facility.


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LDAR / Fugitive Emissions Prevention

Automating to Cost-effectively Comply with Ever-Changing Regulations

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Instructor(s) / Participants

Marcelo Carugo - Sr Director, Refining and Chemicals Industry Program, Emerson Automation Solutions
Doug White - Principal Consultant, Emerson Automation Solutions
Marcio Donnangelo - Global Business Development Manager, Emerson Automation Solutions

Course Length

4 Hours

Course Description

Managing evolving Federal and State emissions regulation is an ongoing challenge as new
rules are introduced. What remains unchanged is the need for improved measurement,
recording and reporting. Emerson can help with a wide variety of emission management/monitoring products and services.

Learn about:
Demystifying the complexity of the regulations
Challenges in flare measurement and monitoring
Safety/hazardous monitoring technologies
Leak Detection and Repair (LDAR)
Pressure relief valves: best practices
Actionable next steps


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LDAR / Fugitive Emissions Prevention

Utilizing Savings, Safety and Reliability With Whole Utilities System Evaluations

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Instructor(s) / Participants

James Nipper - Vice President, Petro Chemical Energy

Course Length

2 Hours

Course Description

This workshop will go over the importance of whole utilities system evaluations. It will also cover air & gas leak surveys, steam leak surveys, steam trap surveys, and insulation surveys. The instructor will add air assessments, steam assessments, energy assessments, and hydraulic modeling. The course will discuss the importance of having these services done at your plant based on information from our companies case studies and many years of experience. The instructor will show how each service can save you money from an economical view and how each service can make your plant safer to work in and run more efficiently. This is a much more complex best practice project that can save your plant money and down time and keep your employees safer and will help reduce your carbon foot print.


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LDAR / Fugitive Emissions Prevention

Bolting and Joint Assembly Topics Workshop 1

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Instructor(s) / Participants

Chris Krantz - Training Manager, HYTORC

Course Length

4 Hours

Course Description

Based on ASME Training and Development, the bolting experts at HYTORC will present an overview on flange assembly principles and practices. The bolted joint assembly principles are geared toward bolting personnel at the field mechanic, supervisory, and reliability engineering levels to address the technological and practical problems of assembling bolted joints in large scale industrial applications. Workshop attendees will be introduced to proper techniques for inspection, assembly, disassembly and bolted joint tightening in an effective and safe manner with minimal supervision.


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LDAR / Fugitive Emissions Prevention

Bolting and Joint Assembly Topics Workshop 2

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Instructor(s) / Participants

Chris Krantz - Training Manager, HYTORC

Course Length

4 Hours

Course Description

Based on ASME Training and Development, the bolting experts at HYTORC will present an overview on flange assembly principles and practices. The bolted joint assembly principles are geared toward bolting personnel at the field mechanic, supervisory, and reliability engineering levels to address the technological and practical problems of assembling bolted joints in large scale industrial applications. Workshop attendees will be introduced to proper techniques for inspection, assembly, disassembly and bolted joint tightening in an effective and safe manner with minimal supervision.


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LDAR / Fugitive Emissions Prevention

Workshop on Best Practices in Valve Condition and Performance Monitoring

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Instructor(s) / Participants

Dave Anderson - Sales & Marketing Director, Score Diagnostics Ltd

Course Length

2 Hours

Course Description

The digitalisation agenda continues to disrupt valve maintenance and management activities through the availability of an increasingly wide array of technologically advanced tools. In this period of rapid change, it is becoming increasingly important to understand what the benefits and potential limitations of these new tools are, so that good selection / adoption decisions can be made. Through the examination of case studies where Score Group’s best available valve condition and performance monitoring equipment and systems have been used, delegates will gain an appreciation of what some of the key considerations are, driven by the benefits that are available from the use of both proven and emerging technologies.


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