Webinar:

Reduce Site Emissions with Waukesha gas engines

Sponsored by: INNIO

Focused on:

  • Site Emissions
  • Gas Engines

Date: 17 July

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Time: 5PM London/12PM New York

Install more compression - faster

On Wednesday July 17, 2019 at 12:00 pm EST, INNIO Waukesha* Gas Engines is hosting a one-hour free, live webinar to discuss how you can both maximize the HP you can permit per site for your gathering and processing projects, and do so in a faster and more cost effective manner by utilizing Permit By Rule or General Permit regulations in various states.

In this webinar, the Waukesha engine team will present an overview and host an interactive discussion around rich burn gas engine emissions and Permit By Rule (PBR) or General Permit (GP) emissions regulations for natural gas gathering and processing applications, including:
• Waukesha product overview introducing VHP Series Five – 1500-2500 hp
• Rich burn engine emissions overview – 50%+ lower NOx & VOC emissions vs. lean burn gas engines
• PBR / GP overview – Faster ways to permit new HP for your gathering and processing needs (as quickly as 30 days)
• PBR emission limits by state – Overview of limits in major O&G producing states across the US
• Max site HP by state – Utilize rich burn gas engines with PBR for a quicker and lower cost means to permit more HP per site

The Waukesha engine team will have representatives from sales, engineering, and product management ready to answer your questions. Invite your team and join us to learn how we can help with your gathering and processing project needs.

Want to stay up-to-date on the latest gas engines technologies?
• Register for the Waukesha Emissions Webinar using the link in the upper right
• Learn more about Waukesha’s gas engine offerings https://www.innio.com/en/products/waukesha
• For more information about this webinar, please contact Ryan Rudnitzki, +1 262 470 0873

Presented by

Ryan Rudnitzki,

Senior Sales Manager

Ryan has been with the Waukesha business for almost 14 years, in a variety of technical and commercial roles spanning engine performance, controls, product management, marketing services and now new units sales. Ryan has a BS and MS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin - Madison and an MBA from the University of Chicago.

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Key Learning Objectives

  • Learn more about rich burn gas engine emissions
  • Learn about meeting Permit By Rule emissions regulation for natural gas gathering and processing applications
  • Hear how you can maximize the HP you can permit per site

Audience

  • Plant Manager
  • Operations Manager
  • Pipeline Design Manager
  • Pipeline Control Center Manager
  • Downstream Manager
  • Transmission Manager
  • Petroleum Engineer
  • Facilities Gas Engineer
  • Land Manager
  • Oil & Gas Inspector
  • Project Engineer
  • Project Manager
  • Midstream Projects Director
  • Engineering Manager
  • Environmental Health & Safety Manager
  • Sustainability Manager
  • Air Quality Manager
  • Air Quality Specialist
  • Environmental Director
  • Environmental Managerinnio