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Palladian Publications invites you to its webinar

Evolving Guidance for Estimating Storage Tank Emissions

About this webinar

On 25 July 2018, the US EPA proposed changes to AP-42 Chapter 7 to address emissions from tank cleaning events. Other revisions include proposed changes to the temperature equations, which would impact estimated emissions for all tanks regardless of tank type, and guidance for estimating emissions from tanks storing hot stocks, taking into account different configurations of insulation. The greatest impact of these revisions for some users will be the upward revision to the default vapor pressure for No. 6 Oil.

This webinar will discuss the proposed changes in detail and provide a software solution that will address the deficiencies of Tanks 4.09D. TankESP is a tank emissions calculation software product suite that uses the emission estimation procedures from Chapter 7. It is widely regarded as the most accurate tank emission calculation tool on the market because it was designed by Rob Ferry, one of the authors of AP-42 Chapter 7.1 and American Petroleum Institute (API) documents 19.1, 19.2 and 19.4.

Hosted by

  • Guest speaker
    Christine Heath Managing Consultant @ Trinity Consultants

    Christine Heath has over 15 years of consulting experience in air permitting and environmental compliance. Ms Heath has specialist experience assisting petroleum refinery and terminal clients in preparing air permit applications and completing tank emission calculations.

  • Guest speaker
    Rob Ferry Managing Consultant @ Trinity Consultants

    Mr. Rob Ferry began his career more than 40 years ago, and after 18 years in the design and manufacture of storage tanks, floating roofs, and aluminum domes, he co-founded the TGB Partnership in 1993. Since then he has been a consultant to industry on air regulations and emissions estimating.

Palladian Publications

Palladian Publications Limited is a leading global publisher specialising in the energy and construction materials sectors.