November 2010

Special Report: Plant Safety and Environment

Predictive emissions monitoring helps reduce stack air emissions

New technology reduces compliance costs while optimizing operations

Hovan, R., Rockwell Software Environmental Solutions, Rockwell Automation

The oil and gas industry is under unprecedented environmental scrutiny. Already struggling to cope with increasingly rigorous air quality regulations, the industry’s been battered in recent headlines about oil spills from the Gulf of Mexico to Michigan’s Kalamazoo River. To protect both the environment and company reputations, producers must do far more than prevent potential environmental crises. They need to employ solutions and invest in technology to make oil and gas production cleaner. Today, oil and gas processers across the globe are facing stringent emissions monitoring, reporting and reduction goals from national regulatory bodies, as well as an ever-growing patchwork of

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