We also have mobile filter presses and 2- and 3-stage centrifugation modules to serve our customers in other types of specific jobs. These equipments are mounted on structures with standard container measures and are prepared for quick product and service connections. This allows us to offer our customers quick solutions with very short implementation times and costs.
The use of mobile plants allows us to carry out these treatments on site, avoiding the cost and risks of transporting this type of waste and recovering for the customer the recoverable fractions of these wastes (hydrocarbon and water), thus allowing us to recover all or a significant part of the cost of the operation.
APPENDIX B METHOD 21 VOLUME II 1. EMISSION ESTIMATION METHODS Four methods have been developed to estimate fugitive emissions in the petroleum industry: Emission Factor Method
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CHAPTER 4 FUGITIVE EMISSIONS CONTROL PROGRAM 1- INTRODUCTION As already stated in previous chapters, there is a need to carry out actions at production facilities,
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Resolution of February 16, 2009, of the Secretary of State for Climate Change, which formulates the environmental impact statement for the projects of Expansion of middle distillate production capacity at La Rábida Refinery and energy optimization in the generation of steam and electricity at La Rábida Refinery, in the municipality of Palos de la Frontera, Huelva.
The project referred to in this resolution is included in Group 3, section a of Annex I of Royal Legislative Decree 1/2008, of January 11, which approves the Revised Text of the Law on Environmental Impact Assessment of projects, so that, in accordance with the provisions of Articles 3.1 and 4.1, prior to its administrative authorization, it has been subjected to environmental impact assessment, and its impact statement has been formulated in accordance with Article 12.1 of the aforementioned regulation.
The main facilities that make up the project are: Hydrocracking Unit, Atmospheric Distillation, Vacuum Distillation, Gas Concentration, Gas Oil Hydrodesulfurization, Hydrogen Plant, Sulfur Recovery Unit, Amine Unit, Acid Water Stripping and Merox Unit.
Many questions were left unanswered and unanswered, the fundamental questions that those present, including myself, asked about the financial and statistical studies that support the alleged result of the IRR were evaded or very subtly addressed.
First, why was more than ¢1,000 million paid to a consulting firm for a feasibility study that does not substantially comply with the minimum requirements dictated by international quality standards?
The initial value calculated by the Chinese company has no support, since it uses estimates of refining margins that lack a correct sensitivity analysis and also presents invalid data according to the own comments made by RECOPE authorities and questioned in my visit to PISO12 several months ago.
It is clear that large fossil fuel companies are today turning to other energy sources, the oil era must be replaced by a clean solution for the planet. We are in time to stop this ruinous decision that is intended to be financed at the expense of Costa Rican citizens.