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Proceedings, Symposium on Atmospheric Emissions from Petroleum Refineries (November 1979, Austin, TX)

Symposium on Atmospheric Emissions from Petroleum Refineries (1979 Austin, Tex.)

Proceedings, Symposium on Atmospheric Emissions from Petroleum Refineries (November 1979, Austin, TX)

by Symposium on Atmospheric Emissions from Petroleum Refineries (1979 Austin, Tex.)

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Published by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory, National Technical Information Service [distributor in Research Triangle Park, NC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Air -- Pollution -- United States -- Measurement -- Congresses,
  • Petroleum refineries -- Environmental aspects -- United States -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDonald D. Rosebrook, compiler ; prepared for U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development
    SeriesInteragency energy/environment R&D program report -- EPA-600/9-80-013, Research reporting series -- EPA-600/9-80-013
    ContributionsRosebrook, D. D, Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory (Research Triangle Park, N.C.), Radian Corporation
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 446 p. :
    Number of Pages446
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15404112M

    factor was from a small refinery with large ammonia emissions. Two (2) refineries were above and an additional 3 refineries were between and Eighty‐one (81) refineries were between and pounds or air emissions per barrel of crude capacity. This second edition of the Protocol for the estimation of VOC emissions from petroleum refineries and gasoline marketing operations contains some new and updated emission factors compared to the first edition (IP, ).. The Protocol provides methods for the estimation of annual emissions of non-methane volatile organic compounds (NMVOCs) from potential sources in refineries and gasoline.

      By Joe Rudek and David Lyon. A new peer-reviewed paper in Environmental Science and Technology suggests that methane emissions from natural gas power plants and oil refineries may be significantly higher than accounted for in current inventories. The report estimates average hourly methane emissions 11 to 90 times higher for refineries, and 21 to times higher for natural gas . Buehler C, Ogle R, Haussmann G. Flash fire from a fractionator overflow. Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center International Symposium, College Station, TX, Octo Buehler C, Gunaseelan P. Changing US crude oil imports are driving refinery upgrades, creating opportunities. COQA Meeting, Houston, TX, Octo

    The Petroleum Refinery Sector domestic refineries 17 MMbbls/day crude throughput, refining ~20% of world crude20% of world crude production Refineries have hundreds of emission points Second largest industrial source of GHGs Pollutant National Emissions Inventory (NEI) Emissions (TPY)Emissions (TPY) NO x , SO 2 ,   Updated, p.m. | A comprehensive new study of atmospheric levels of methane, an important greenhouse gas released by leaky oil and gas operations and livestock, has found much higher levels over the United States than those estimated by the Environmental Protection Agency and an international greenhouse gas monitoring effort.


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[D D Rosebrook; Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory (Research Triangle Park, N.C.); Radian Corporation.;]. 16 Atmospheric Emission* from Petroleum Refineries While it is not practicable to make a survey of refinery emissions based on the refinery divisions of separation, conversion, treating, and blending, it is helpful to consider in a general way the major or unique sources for each of these major operations, and to indicate the possible.

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