This four hour technical course is focused on understanding the applicable codes and standards governing emissions testing and management, and best practices for achieving your emissions management goals. It includes a review of the types of equipment used in the field, and provides guidance on emissions testing, the installation and maintenance of emissions reduction equipment, and tips on troubleshooting any problems that may be encountered.
The objective of this course is to aid engineers and other technical specialists working in the upstream or midstream in implementing and maintaining optimal emissions testing and management programs in new and existing facilities. This includes understanding the applicable codes and standards, best practices, and the types of equipment available to mitigate emissions.
- History of emissions and testing
- Terms and definitions
- Industry practices and implementation
- Types of equipment and where / when to deploy these
- Repair methods and techniques / Continuous
- Improvement Initiatives
- Manufacturing process improvements
- Packing manufacture’s emission best available technology
- Improvements for the future
- Benefits of Optimized Emissions Management
- Current industry practices, codes, regulations
- Problems, installation, and maintenance troubleshoot and tricks
Gobind N Khiani, a U of Calgary alumnus and a seasoned change-maker, impacting industrial corporations and start-ups. He has a proven track record in technical and value engineering and holds a Fellowship in Engineering and an MBA.
He is the chairman end user commite at API(SCOPV) and Currently he holds the position of Vice Chairman of Standards Council of Canada. He has done peer review on Emissions Management regulatory documents for Environment and Climate Change Canada and participated in research and development initiatives for Emissions Management and Reduction Programs, Alberta and Canada’s Oil Sands Innovation Alliance (COSIA) .
Gobind draws upon a unique mix of public safety policy and start-up/venture capital experience. He has over 27 years of energy sector experience including regulatory, standards, technical compliance, strategy, governance, digital innovation, engineering management, technology, sustainable development, and operations. He is also skilled in Asset Integrity and Maintenance Management.
Gobind is involved in technical standards (energy, tech, public safety) and has been a mentor/judge at First Robotics Western Canada. He is also the past chair of Calgary Branch Executive Committee of APEGA.