What is ERCB Directive ?Directive 60 is formally named “Upstream Petroleum Industry Flaring. New Directive 60 – Solution Gas Management. What’s new in Section 2? January 8, James Vaughan. EUB Operations Group. Published: Alberta Energy and Utilities Board Energy Resources Conservation Board. Series: EUB Directive · ERCB Directive Subjects.

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December 13, Effective Date: January 1, unless otherwise indicated Replaces the previous edition released on March 12, Released with Bulletin March 12, Effective Date: March 29, Replaces the previous edition released on March 22, This directive sets out requirements for flaring, incinerating, and venting in Alberta at all upstream petroleum industry wells and facilities.

These requirements also apply to pipeline installations directice convey gas e. With the exception of oil sands mining schemes and operations, Directive applies to all schemes and operations approved under section 10 of the Oil Sands Conservation Act.

These requirements ensure that public safety concerns and environmental impacts are addressed before beginning to flare, incinerate, or vent.

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Requirements in this directive are aligned to ensure compliance with Alberta Ambient Air Quality Objectives and Guidelines. The table below summarizes the vent gas limits and fugitive emissions management requirements in Directivesection 8, and is provided for information only. Companies must adhere to the requirements as set out in Directive Under the overall vent gas limit, which includes all routine and nonroutine vent gas, are source-specific vent gas limits that must be followed while remaining in compliance with the overall vent gas limit.

Defined vent gas is vent gas emitted from routine venting, excluding vent gas from pneumatic devices, compressor seals, and glycol dehydrators.

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Several programming bugs were fixed in the previously released version based on comments that were received. The dispersion model predictions for flares remain the same, but the predictions for incinerators increase slightly. All submissions must use the new versions within one month of the version date.

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This information including data is provided without expressed or implied warranty. Effective March 29,the AER has a new online process for submitting well drilling and completion data daily tour reports and various notifications. Purpose of this Driective This directive sets out requirements for flaring, incinerating, and venting in Alberta at all upstream petroleum industry wells and facilities.

Use a relay that has been designed to reduce or minimize transient or dynamic venting, or adjust the actuation frequency to ensure that the time between actuations is greater than 15 minutes Pneumatic instruments other than level controllers: Manufacturer-specified steady-state vent gas rate of less than 0.

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Prevent or control vent gas, use a relay that has been designed to reduce or minimize transient or dynamic venting, or adjust the actuation frequency to ensure that the time between actuations is greater than 15 minutes Pneumatic instruments other than level controllers: Prevent or control vent gas or ensure instruments have a manufacturer-specified steady-state vent gas rate of less than 0. Copyright and Disclaimer The AER has not verified and makes no representation or warranty as to the accuracy, completeness, ercbb reliability of any information or data in this document or that it will be suitable for any particular purpose or use.

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Designated Information Submission System Effective March 29,the AER has a new online process for submitting well drilling and completion data daily tour reports and various notifications. Overall vent gas limit January 1,with specified exemptions until Defined vent gas limit for new sites January 1, Vent gas limits for new pneumatic devices January 1, Prevent or control vent gas from at least 90 per cent of the instruments installed in a calendar year Venting instruments: Vent gas limits for existing pneumatic devices January 1, Vent gas limits for existing reciprocating compressors January 1, Vent gas limits for new centrifugal compressors January 1, Vent gas limits for new glycol dehydrators January 1, Vent gas limits for existing glycol dehydrators January 1, Facility or equipment type:

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