#705 - Environmental Technology, Legislation and Economics for Oil & Gas
and Other Small Power Producers

Course Objective

Upon completion of this course, participants will gain a basic understanding of the main components and subsystems of environmental systems and components.  Participants will learn to critique the advantages, applications, performance, and economics of the systems and components mentioned above.  They will learn about various auxiliary systems required including instrumentation, controls, and monitoring systems.  They will learn some basics about environmental legislation and how it can work in an operator’s economic favor. Participants will discover what relevant environmental legislation and technology can do for oil and gas plants, and all process plants.  Finally, they will learn about the monitoring and control of environmental emissions and identify methods for self-improvement.

Who Should Attend

Engineers, technologists, and other operational personnel who currently or may in the future be involved with the technology or business of running process plants that could benefit from an additional power generation source. This is regardless of whether the personnel are involved in:

While this course is of major benefit to newer people in the field, it is also valuable as a revision and technology update for more experienced personnel.

Course Description

This course covers:

Course Outline

Course Text

“Environmental Technology and Economics” by Claire M. Soares, published by Butterworth Heinemann (included in the course fee)

Course Duration - 3 days