Gas Analysis implications of the IED (Industrial Emissions Directive) and new BREF (Best Available Techniques Reference Documents) on ELV (Emission Limit Values) in the Oil Refining Industry presented at PEFTEC.
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This presentation, first show at PEFTEC, focuses on changes in emission limits and the gas analysis requirements of the IED with specific focus on the Oil Refining industry. New instrumentation gases & new calibration gas mixtures which will be required in the industry will be discussed drawing Linde's experience and technological advancements to give guidance to the industry on complying with the challenging legislative requirements
The impact of legislation on the oil refining industry especially in Europe has been significantly increased in the recent years with the tightened emission limit values of the main pollutants in air. Oil refining industry is impacted indirectly by some of the legislation such as Euro 6 focusing on automotive emissions and MARPOL focusing on marine emissions monitoring; and also directly by the recently adopted oil refining industry specific BREF (Best Available Techniques Reference)document under the Industrial Emissions Directive (IED, 2010/75/EU) framework.
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