Environmental Impact of Oil in Water
Sponsored by: Arjay Engineering
- Environment Regulations
Date: 2 June
Time: 2PM London/3PM CET
Regulations & Techniques Enable a Sustainable Future for Oil Production
The formation of crude oil has quietly been occurring for well over 150 million years. It is only during the last 100 years or so, a mere spec in the timeline, that its production and refining effects have negatively impacted the environment and it is now of great concern.
With an increased drive towards an eco-friendly future, regulations and reporting methods have been put into place to monitor oil concentrations in water. Instrument manufacturers have responded to these regulations with a variety of techniques to help the industry be proactive.
This webinar focuses on the impacts oil has on the environment, the regulations that resulted from them, and the different monitoring methods that can be used to meet these regulations. At the end participants will have a comprehensive understanding of the key insights from both industry and environmental groups and an understanding of how they can work together to minimize the impact of oil production on the environment.
Register today for Arjay Engineering’s presentation and discover how we can continue a sustainable future for oil production with minimal environmental impact, to ensure the safe and valuable contribution of oil to the world’s standard of living.
President, Arjay Engineering
Greg Reeves is the President of Arjay Engineering. Greg started with the company in 1982 and since then has gained extensive experience and knowledge within the Environmental Engineering industry. Throughout his career, Greg has authored and presented papers to various conferences around the world. Greg is currently a member of ISA and ASHRAE.
Key Learning Objectives
- Insight into the general affect that oil has on the environment that has sparked regulation.
- An overview on how authorities determine regulations and methods.
- A summary of various technologies that have enabled the industry to meet the regulations.
- A comprehension of the need for all players to understand what each is bringing to the table to ensure industry and environmental concerns can work to
- Environmental Managers
- Health Safety & Environment
- Consulting Engineers
- Facility Engineers
- Maintenance Supervisors
- Plant Managers
- Water treatment operators