The Online Benzene Emissions Advisor allows engineers and operators to focus on their core business objectives - our online service concept means there is no need for software licensing and installation headaches
Provides improved calculation methods to ensure accuracy.
Advanced analysis and trending can be performed.
Adds more value to operators of glycol dehy units.
Enables automated reporting for compliance with AER Directive 039 at a significantly reduced cost.
Identifies opportunities for fuel gas conservation and GHG emission reductions.
Over the last decade, there has been a trend to reduce benzene emissions from glycol dehydrators. In 2006 the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) introduced a directive to further encourage emissions reductions; other Western provinces followed suit, and non-compliance with these directives could potentially result in suspension of operations.
Process Ecology, through its internet portal processemissions.com, provides an efficient way for the Natural Gas Processing Industry in Western Canada and the US to manage BTEX emissions data in a consistent, transparent and credible manner.