Managing Fugitive Emissions 

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The issue of fugitive emissions management has and continues to be important to the upstream oil and gas industry. The genesis of this fugitive emissions Best Management Practice (BMP) can be traced back to earlier undertakings of the Air Research Planning Committee (ARPC) of the Petroleum Technology Alliance of Canada (PTAC). The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP), the Explorers and Producers Association of Canada (EPAC), Environment Canada (EC) and the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board (EUB) have coordinated efforts to develop a BMP which also satisfies recommendations No. 43 and 44 of the Clean Air Strategic Alliance (CASA) Flaring and Venting Project Team (FVPT).

 

Best Management Practice for Fugitive Emissions Management

Publication Date
Jan 2007
Publication Number
2007-0003
Length
59 p.
The aim of this Best Management Practices document is to assist the upstream oil and gas industry to meet the requirements under section 8.7 of AEUB Directive 060 and to cost effectively manage the most likely sources of significant emissions.

Electronic copies of this publication are available at no charge to download or view.

Best Management Practice for Fugitive Emissions Management
(PDF | 326.0KB | Jan 2007)

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