ASSOCIATION OF OIL, GAS ANDRENEWABLE ENERGY COMPANIESOF LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN
ARPEL Safety Benchmarking Report (1998 data)
International Review of Health Risks for Oil and Gas Industry Workers: Current Status and Future Prospects (1999, OHSAR#5)
In order of the oil and gas industry to be able to assess the energyusage and efficiency of the operations of facilities within theirindustry, a set of standardized energy indices and methods forestimating these indices is
required. This guideline presents key factors that have to beconsidered when establishing and estimating energy indices for both theupstream and downstream oil and gas industry. These indices can be usedby companies and facilities to benchmark where they stand in comparisonwith an industry average. The guideline notes how facilities'complexity factors evolved and how those factors have a directcorrelation to energy use.
This guideline presents practices for minimizing pollution from off shore exploration and production operations. It is intended toassist oil industry in understanding and complying with acceptable standards and guidelines for environmental protection for their offshore operations. Facilities addressed include both floating and bottom-founded platforms, as wellas on-shore supply bases.
This document is an environmental practices guide to minimising pollution from on-shore marine terminals used to transfer bulk oil products. It is intended in general to assist petroleum companies to understand and comply with acceptable standards of environmental protection for the operation of marine terminals. The emphasis is on operating ...
Key words: Gasoline / impacts / issues / safety /- Company: ARPEL- Country: Uruguay- Dates: 1999- Document: Report- Author: Greg Rideout / Debbie Rosenblatt / Dave Gorley / Neil Franklin / Douglas Leahey
Key words: Residual oil / desulfurization / mixing / Hydrotreating /- Company: ARPEL- Country: Uruguay- Dates: 1999- Document: Report- Author: Neil Franklin / Greg Rideout / Douglas Leahey
Key words: Environmental management, industrial safety / compliance /- Company: ARPEL- Country: Uruguay- Dates: 1999- Document: Report- Author: ARPEL
In view of the major contribution that vehicular emissions make to urban air quality, governments around the world have enacted legislation designed to reduce vehicle emissions. Developed countries have implemented increasingly stringent emission standards that have forced technological advances or
responded to available, proven technology. The reductions in emissions are due to improvements in vehicle technology and fuel properties. The influences of vehicle technology and fuel composition on emissions are complex and interdependent. This report focuses on the effect of engine and vehicle
technology changes as they affect vehicle emissions.
Key words: Fatal incident / accident / occupational injury /- Company: ARPEL- Country: Uruguay- Dates: 1999- Document: Report- Author: Barbara Curry / David Korpach
Key words: Facilities / operations / requirements / training / background / strategies /- Company: ARPEL- Country: Uruguay- Dates: 1999- Document: Guideline- Author: Brian E. Tyers / Neil A. Franklin
Key words: Environmental Impact / acid rain / distillation / burned / measurement /- Company: ARPEL- Country: Uruguay- Dates: 1999- Document: Guideline- Author: Brian Tyers / Neil Franklin
Key words: Opportunity cost / energy efficiency /- Company: ARPEL- Country: Uruguay- Dates: 1999- Document: Guideline- Author: Don Murray / Rob Stuart / Neil A. Franklin / Brian Tyers
The current report focuses on air quality monitoring methods applicable to urban areas and begins with a discussion of the factors associated with urban air pollution. It describes methods for monitoring ambient air quality and meteorological parameters of interest to urban air quality, and also includes descriptions of methods for ...
This study is intended to describe both the present status of therefining sector in Latin America and the Caribbean and the future trends expected, so as to make it possible to detect the investment opportunities which are likely to arise as a result of the new industry -scenario foreseen.
Air pollution in many of the world's cities is a major health and environmental concern. This concern is increasing as population becomes more urbanized, industrialization proceeds and the use of vehicles grows. This report will
describe the reasons for poor urban air quality, illustrate its magnitude and demonstrate the means by which it is being addressed.
Guidelines for the Elaboration of Terms of Reference for the Environmental Impact Assessment of Petroleum Industry Projects and environmental audits of oil and gas industry activities
The purpose of this document is to review current design and construction requirements, as well as operations and maintenance procedures employed in and around AST's, specifically as they relate to minimizing and controlling potential environmental contamination. The scope of this guideline is limited to aboveground storage tanks located at ...
This manual has been organized so that process and environmental engineers in each of the various sectors of oil and gas companies can generate air emission inventories which reflect the intricacies of the actual on-site processes. The document deals with the preparation of inventories throughout the oil and gas industry ...
Review of Methods for the Clean-Up of Groundwater Contaminated by Petroleum Products
The report outlines a number of criteria which should be considered when choosing a modelling program, including the need to interface with other programs such as sensitivity mapping. Also included is a summary matrix of commercially available software
This guideline presents a framework for conducting oil spill risk assessments using various but consistent approaches which allow for their comparison. Although written to address oil spill risks, the framework and techniques can also be applied to other types of environmental risk assessments.
Under the framework of initiatives for Hemispheric Cooperation on Energy, and as part of the larger World Bank initiative to encourage elimination of lead from gasoline and promote cleaner burning fuels, a common set of the key technical specifications for major liquid fuels for application throughout Latin America and the Caribbean has been proposed.
This report reviews the potential targets for the management of air quality, which sets the basis of the monitoring plans. Also, makes an analysis of technical network design, describes monitoring techniques of the quality of environmental air, technologies of test sources, laboratory analysis techniques and meteorological monitoring as well as ...
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