update…the vote passed to allow onsite, electric compressors in raised housing structures at the fence line by Bowen Rd. These urban electric compressors are touted as emission free, but below you will see a TCEQ questionaire regarding all the different ways compressor equipment can vent emissions.
Carrizo explained how they handle compressor “blow downs” I’m not sure if their process is only for
Above video of Pantego officals that seemed to be unaware (by Carrizo’s omission to disclose) of the obtrusive, future compression needed onsite. Below is my love letter to Pantego City Council forthe upcoming re-vote …
Above video was my testamony given Dec 2012 for Pantego TX’s planning and zoning consideration in approving lift compression needed for the wells that “petered out too soon”.
Note I blogged earlier (with video) about how industry folks like to misrepresent emission risks..
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Blowdown or Process Venting Emissions
Note: If process vents are included elsewhere in this workbook, please do NOT report those vents on this worksheet.
Total blowdown vented volume in 2009 (scf/yr)
Total volume of gas released during blowdown or process venting event in standard cubic feet (SCF) for 2009.
Number of events in 2009 (number)
Total number of blowdown or process venting occurrences in 2009.
Blowdown Or Process Control Device
Is a control device being used?
Indicate whether the blowdown or process venting emissions are being controlled by an abatement device or process, such as a combustive device, condenser, recycling/recompression, etc. A combustive device can be a flare, incinerator, process heater, boiler, or similar type devices that are used for combustion of gas streams to reduce emissions. Select from routed to a flare, routed to other combustive device, or other type of control.
Type of control device
Indicate the specific type of control device or process. Examples include: flare, incinerator, process heater, boiler, vapor combustor, condenser, recycling/recompression, etc. Select from routed to flare, routed to other combutive device or other.
VOC control device efficiency
Indicate the efficiency with which the control device reduces VOC emissions.
Annual VOC emissions, tons per year
Report the 2009 emissions from the blowdown and/process vents here.
In addition, complete the “HAPs >= 0.1 tpy” tab
If any HAPs exist greater than or equal to 0.1 tpy, complete the “HAPs >= 0.1 tpy” tab.