Emissions Management: Applicable Codes, Standards and Practices
After attending this course attendees will be better prepared to:
- Apply standards and codes and manage emissions per current industry practices.
- Read and write internal corporate technical standards, review design on emission reduction requirements, and provide value-engineering solutions tailored to individual plants, facilities, pipelines, tank farms or compressor station networks.
- History of emissions and testing
- Terms and definitions
- Industry practices and implementation
- Types of equipment
- Manufacturing process improvements
- Packing manufacture’s emission best available technology
- Improvements for the future
- Current industry practices, codes, regulations applicable in Alberta and in General in Canada
- Problems, installation, and maintenance troubleshoot and tricks
Master your GHG management skills with our Emissions Management series:
JWN Energy Learning is running this course as a Emissions Management series where learners can enroll in additional emissions management courses with in-depth information on operation emissions for Emissions Management: Gas Plants, Emissions Management: Pipelines or Emissions Management: Crude Oil Processing. Click on individual course links for more information.
Gobind N. Khianhas
Gobind N. Khianhas more than 24 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 a U of Calgary alumnus with a BSc in Civil Engineering and MSc in Mechanical Engineering and holds a Fellowship in Engineering and an MBA.
He is the founder of Users Group (Engineering and Technical Subject Matter Experts), Alberta. Currently he is 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)