Fugitive Emissions Journal September is out now!

06 September 2021

The September issue of Fugitive Emissions Journal is available now!

Features include:

Cover Story - Celebrating Zwick Valves' Anniversary

After four decades of experience in design and production of valves, Zwick excels at the creation of state-of-the-art flow control products for the global oil and gas, chemical, petrochemical, energy, offshore, district heating and steel industries. Its in-house design enables the company to offer its customers customized low-e product solutions making it internationally acknowledged for its services.

Special Topic - The Basics of Storage Tank Emission Monitoring

Storage tanks are used as reservoirs in oil processing to temporarily hold oil during different phases of processing, to separate various types, and/or to hold until consumed. It is important to understand the types, uses, tools and updates to the existing standard for volatile organic liquid (VOL) storage tanks to best combat leakage.


End User Interview - Alex Chen, Reliability Engineer for Dow Chemical

With 23-years of maintenance and reliability management experience in the chemical industry, Alex Chen has a unique opinion on reliability. Comparing the reliability of equipment to the lifespan of humans, Alex vividly illustrates the history of equipment reliability engineering, and explores how ‘full-life-cycle reliability’ is key to success in this latest interview.

Technical Article - Is Method 21 Doomed?

EPA Method 21 has been used in Leak Detection & Repair (LDAR) programs for the past 40 years to detect fugitive emissions of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) from industrial components such as valves, flanges, connectors, pumps, and compressors. It is important that these leaks be identified and repaired.

Technical Article - Supporting a Low Carbon Economy & ESG Reporting with OGI

Optical gas imaging (OGI) cameras are a versatile tool, promoting efficient facility operations and responsible corporate citizenship by quickly identifying gas leaks, confirming vented emissions, and accurately quantifying both. Teledyne FLIR examines the ever-changing dynamics of a low-carbon economy.

& much more! 

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