November 2016, Vol. 243, No. 11

Features

Proactive Valve, Actuator Maintenance Programs for New EPA Compliance

Deepwater Horizon is in movie theaters, focusing attention on the ongoing risks that must be managed within our energy infrastructure. Lacking the flair of this Hollywood production, government agencies have been busy updating compliance requirements for energy producers. As an example, the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has continued to step up the scrutiny and scope of its Greenhouse Gas Reporting (GHG) rules in an effort to further restrict methane and other volatile organic compound emissions (VOC). Subpart W of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 40, Part 98, addresses reporting of onshore natural gas assets, including pipelines. Since it was enacted in 2011, the subp

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