Fingerprinting techniques using stable isotopes in formation-waters have been developed that overcome many of the problems with previous source-identification methods. Over the past 20 years, isotope fingerprinting techniques have been used repeatedly by the oil industry in Western Canada and abroad in a wide variety of exploration and production operations including for: Drill-Stem-Testing; completion operations; production monitoring; waterflood monitoring; stray-fluid identification during...
New Environmental Guidelines for Facilities Storing Bulk Quantities of Petroleum, Petroleum Products and Other Fuels - Ms Katy Baker The need for good environmental performance has always been a requirement within the oil industry. Moreover, actions to minimise the release of hydrocarbons to the environment can also lead to improvements in safety performance, healthier working conditions for employees and more cost-effective operations. The operation of high hazard industries associated wi...
The Application of Differential Absorption Lidar (DIAL) for Pollutant Emissions Monitoring - Mr Fabrizio Innocenti This talk will describe the Differential Absorption Lidar (DIAL) Technique and explain how it can be used to measure and quantify fugitive emissions of hydrocarbons from refineries and the petrochemical industry. The identification and quantification of fugitive emissions from industrial sites is becoming increasingly important from a regulatory and environmental standpoint an...
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