Events and Webinars
As oil and gas leases are starting to expire, pipeline activity ramps up, and building of the ethane cracker facility becomes a reality, landowners often have many questions regarding their options. This workshop will provide an industry update and will feature discussions on expired and renewing leases, landowner rights regarding pipeline activity in the region, and implications of the Shell ethane cracker.
Yves E. Pollart, PE, BCEE, EVP, Engineering and Development, Compass Natural Gas Partners, LP, will be discussing what compressed natural gas (CNG) is, mobile/virtual pipeline and its history, CNG compression terminal components and locations, and safety of CNG.
Richard L. Bowers, P.E., BCEE, GSI Environmental will discuss the air quality study of large produced water disposal ponds, part of the Wyoming Dept. of Environmental Quality Air Quality Division’s Upper Green River Basin Ozone Strategy. The goal of the study is to develop a method for accurately characterizing disposal pond air emissions using water samples.
Dr. Michael C. Slattery, Professor, Director of the Institute for Environmental Studies, Texas Christian University, will discuss the environmental impacts of wind and natural gas, and how they can compliment each other as energy sources.