Handbook Title Page and Introductory Information

Table of Contents by Specification Sheet

1. Burner, Heaters, and Boilers

1.1 – Facilities Design and Equipment

1.1.1 Utherm High Efficiency Process Heater

1.1.2 Black Gold Rush Industries Ltd All in One Rush Burner

1.2 Recommended Practices

1.2.1 Recycle Hot Produced Water from the Treaters to the FWKO for Waste Heat Capture

1.2.2 Treater Burner Management System and Firetube Upgrades

1.2.3 Optimization of Natural Gas Fired Burners for Energy Efficiency

2. Flares, Combustors and Incinerators

2.1 – Facilities Design and Equipment

2.1.1 Black Gold Rush Industries Ltd Enclosed Vapour Combustor

2.1.2 Total Combustion Inc. -Waste Gas Incinerators

2.2 Recommended Practices

2.2.1 Flare Purge Gas Reduction Using Tip Reducers

2.2.2 Process Re-Route – Flaring and Venting Prevention

2.2.3 – AERtools Application Software -ABflare

3. Wellsite and Upstream Facilities Instrumentation and Controls

3.1 Facilities Design and Equipment

3.1.1 Fisher C1 Pressure Controller

3.1.2 CVS Controls 4150LE Low Emission Pressure Controller

3.1.3 Norriseal Level Controllers – 1001 1001A and 1001XL

3.1.4 Fisher L2e Electric Level Controller

3.1.5 Fisher L2sj Low Emission Liquid Level Controller

3.1.6 Fisher D3 Control Valve with Easy-Drive Actuator

3.1.7 Fisher D4 Electric Actuated Valve

3.1.8 Spartan Controls Ltd EIM RTS Fail-Safe Electric Actuator

3.1.9 Fisher i2P-100 Transducer Retrofit

3.1.10 Fisher i2P-100 Transducer

3.1.11 TRIDO Solar-Powered Instrument Air Compressor

3.1.12 CalScan Bear Solar Control System

3.1.13 Blair Air System

3.1.14 AirWorks Solar Instrument Air

3.1.15 Simark Controls Ltd. EFOY Pro Hybrid Fuel Cell Solution

3.1.16 Calscan BA-15L Bear Electric Linear Actuator

3.1.17 Calscan BA-Q Bear Solar Electric Actuators

3.1.18 Westgen EPOD

3.2 Recommended Practices

3.2.1 Wellsite Electrification

3.2.2 High to Low Bleed Instrumentation Conversion Projects

3.2.3 Instrument Gas to Instrument Air Conversion

4. Injection Pumps

4.1 Facilities Design and Equipment

4.1.1 Sirius Solar Chemical Injection Pump

4.1.2 TRIDO Industries Inc – Solar Chemical Injection Pump

4.1.3 Zimco GE Texsteam iCIP Solar Injection Pump

4.1.4 CVS Controls Low Emission Chemical Pump

4.1.5 MCI Solutions – Solar Electric Chemical Injection Pumps

4.1.6 Sidewinder Pumps Inc. Solar-Powered Chemical Injection Pump

4.1.7 Sidewinder Pumps Inc. AC Chemical Injection Pump

4.1.8 LCO Technologies – Spartan Controls – The Crossfire 

4.1.9 Ace Instruments Solar Chemical Injection System

4.2 Recommended Practices

4.2.1 Operations Sheet – Solar Chemical Injection Pumps

4.2.2 Cold Weather Pump Alternatives

5. Engines and Compressors

5.1 – Facilities Design and Equipment

5.1.1 Spartan Controls Ltd. – REMVue Air-Fuel Ratio (AFR)

5.1.2 Spartan Controls Ltd. – SlipStream Vent Gas Capture

5.1.3 Finning Three-Way Catalysts

5.1.4 Gaspro Hydraulic Compressor

5.2 Recommended Practices

5.2.1 Plant Consolidation

5.2.2 Fuel Gas Source Re-Connection – Utilization of Inter-Stage Gas

5.2.3 Low Emissions Rod Packing

5.2.4 Lower-Pressure Fuel Gas Transportation

5.2.5 Air Fuel Ratio Controller Implementation

5.2.6 Vent Gas Capture Systems

6. Dehydration Units and Gas Treatment

6.1 – Facilities Design and Equipment

6.1.1 Spartan Controls – SlipStream GTS-DeHy

6.1.2 Gas Pro Compression BTEX VRU

6.1.3 TRIDO Heat Exchange Glycol Pump

6.1.4 Zirco JATCO Dehydrator BTEX Eliminator

6.2 Recommended Practices

6.2.1 Right-Sizing Gas-Driven Triethylene Glycol (TEG) Recirculation Pumps in Dehydration Units

6.2.2 Benzene Emissions Model

6.2.3 Use and Environmental Impact of Amines

6.2.4 Electrification of Triethylene Glycol Pumps

7. Tanks

7.1 Facilities Design and Equipment

7.1.1 Greatario Hexa Covers

7.1.2 Zirco – FNC Vent Gas Capture PVRV with Position Switch

7.1.3 Enecon Alberta – VOC-Free Polymer Coating

7.1.4 Hawkeye Industries Series 5000 Emergency Pressure Relief Vent (EPRV) with Composite Soft-Seal Gasket

7.1.5 Hawkeye Industries Series 6000 Pressure and Vacuum Relief Vent (PVRV) with Unidirectional Binary Relief (UBR) Valve

7.2 Recommended Practices

7.2.1 Heavy Oil Odour Management

8. Equipment Leaks

8.1 Facilities Design and Equipment

8.1.1 Triangle Fluid Controls Ltd. – Flange Cover

8.2 Recommended Practices

8.2.1 Leak Detection and Repair

9. Lighting and Utilities 

9.1 Facilities Design and Equipment

9.1.1 SuperGreen – Energy Efficient Light Bulbs

9.1.2 ZKO In Pipe Turbine Generator (IPTG)

9.1.3 Spartan Atrex Solid Oxide Fuel Cell

9.1.4 Black Gold Rush Rush Power

9.1.5 Zimco-Parker TEC Thermo-Electric Battery Charger

9.1.6 Zimco Parker Zeus DB1 Differential Pressure Wellsite Battery Charger

9.1.7 GTUIT LLC Inc Wellsite Gas Processing, Flare Reduction, and Natural Gas Liquids Recovery Unit

9.1.8 OilPro Oilfield Production Equipment Ltd. PowerGen by Qnergy

9.2 Recommended Practices

9.2.1 Electric Power from Waste Heat

9.2.2 Energy Efficiency Light Bulb Installations

10. Well Completions

10.1 Facilities Design and Equipment

10.1.1 General Magnetic PMM Top Drive

11. Wellhead Venting

11.1 – Facilities Design and Equipment

11.1.1 GO Technologies 2 inch M160 Moisture Skid Unit

11.2 Recommended Practices

11.2.1. Maximizing Use of Solution Gas as Lease Fuel

11.2.2 Solution Gas Separation and Flow Stabilization for Primary Heavy Oil Sites

11.2.3 Produced Gas Measurement Standard for Heavy Oil Sites

11.2.4 Using Stranded Produced Gas for Well Stimulation on Multi-well Pads as an Alternative to Venting or Flaring

11.2.5 Increasing Conversion of Methane to Avoid Venting

12. Surface Casing Vent Flows

12.1 Facilities Design and Equipment

12.1.1 CalScan Hawk 9000 Low Flow Vent Gas Meter

13. Others

13.1 Facilities Design and Equipment

13.1.1 Integrated Sustainability Sulphur Recovery Scavenger

13.1.2 Tarpon Vent Gas Capture and Destruction System

13.1.3 Sidewinder Pumps Inc – Gas Recovery Pumps

13.2 Recommended Practices

13.2.1 Process Re-Route

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