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What Are You Doing to Meet Your Air Quality Compliance Goals?

What Are You Doing to Meet Your Air Quality Compliance Goals?

Air quality compliance can be a daunting task. After all, there are endless air quality requirements to stay up to date with. Whether it’s maintaining requirements at the federal level or maintaining state-specific rules, having a set of processes in place that make...

The Key to Resilience in a Changing Energy Industry

The Key to Resilience in a Changing Energy Industry

Training your employees is critical and necessary. It provides employees with the necessary skills to perform their job. Whether it's keeping up with industry standards, bringing on new hires, and even learning the office layout, training has a clear value appeal....

The Importance of Baseline Water Sampling

The Importance of Baseline Water Sampling

Baseline water sampling is one of the most important actions taken during oil and gas exploration. Given that oil and gas exploration and production can have severe environmental impacts, ensuring that the communities in which businesses are operating remain safe is a...

10 ESG terms you need to know in 2022

10 ESG terms you need to know in 2022

Described by some as the watershed year, 2021 became the year of environmental, social, and governance (ESG). We saw record money pouring into ESG-focused funds and investors flexing their muscle to challenge companies' ESG commitments. As highlighted in our post What...

EH&S Management: H2S Contingency Plan

EH&S Management: H2S Contingency Plan

An H2S contingency plan are critical to the long-term safety and  success of our clients. Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) is a highly toxic gas encountered in many oil and gas-producing formations. It is often present at drilling locations, producing wells, tank batteries,...

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EPA’s Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Reporting Rule

EPA’s Mandatory Greenho use Gas Reporting Rule, 40 CFR Part 98, requires reporting of gree nhouse gas (GHG) emissions from certain industries in the U. S. The rule does not require control of GHG emissions. Under the rule, Subpart W applies to the petroleum and natura l gas industry segment.