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|Statement||Alberta Environmental Protection|
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Code of practice for compressor and pumping stations and sweet gas processing plants, Alberta Environmental Protection Instantiates. Code of practice for compressor and pumping stations and sweet gas processing plants; Publication. Edmonton, Queen's Printer, ; Dimensions 23 cm. Extent  p. Isbn System control number (OCoLC) CODE OF PRACTICE FOR COMPRESSOR AND PUMPING STATIONS AND SWEET GAS PROCESSING PLANTS ALBERTA ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION Preface 1(1) The Code of Practice for Compressor and Pumping Stations and Sweet Gas Processing Plants is incorporated by the Substance Release Regulation (A.R. /93), under authority of section 36 of the . (a) Location of compressor building. Except for a compressor building on a platform located offshore or in inland navigable waters, each main compressor building of a compressor station must be located on property under the control of the must be far enough away from adjacent property, not under control of the operator, to minimize the possibility of fire being communicated to the. construction, operation or reclamation of a compressor and pumping station or a sweet gas processing plant. Code of Practice for Compressors, Pumping Stations and Sweet Gas Processing Plants. construction, operation or reclamation of a forage drying facility. Code of Practice for Forage Drying Facilities.
Code Of Practice For Compressor And Pumping Stations And Commencing operation of a compressor and pumping station or sweet gas processing plant. Section 5 of this Code deals with registration in greater detail. Introduction 2(1) Natural gas-fired combustion turbine engines shall meet the Fetch Doc. 4 Alberta, Code of Practice for Compressors and Pumping Stations and Sweet Gas Processing Plants; issued under the Substance Release Regulation (AR /93). 5 If a facility is not regulated under Alberta’s Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act (RSA , c E), it must meet the AER . Piping transporting aqueous slurries between plants and terminals within terminals, pumping and regulating stations. The following codes are used to specify the geometric, material and strength of piping and components: ASME B16 Dimensional Codes. The ASME B16 Piping Component Standards. Alberta Safety Codes Acts and Codes of Practice: per, semiconductor and cryogenic plants and related processing plants and terminals. terminals including compressor, regulating and metering stations, gas gathering pipelines. B Building Services Piping.
Part 8: Oil and Gas (h) the construction, operation or reclamation of (i) an oil refinery; (ii) an oil sands processing plant; (iii) an enhanced recovery in-situ oil sands or heavy oil processing plant; (iv) a sour gas processing plant; (v) a sweet gas processing plant; (vi) a bulk petroleum storage facility; (vii) a brine storage pond; Part 9. Code of Practice for Concrete Producing Plants construction, operation or reclamation of a compressor and pumping station or a sweet gas processing plant Code of Practice for Compressors, Pumping Stations and Sweet Gas Processing Plants construction, operation or reclamation of a forage drying facility Code of Practice for Forage Drying Facilities. Mail Code A Ariel Rios Building Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest central treating station or compressor station. Thus field gas plants qualify as “production facilities,” as the term is defined in § Production facility gas processing plants should be included in the definition of a production facility per §, see. The natural gas enters the compressor station, where it is compressed by a turbine, or engine. Compressor stations move on average about million cubic feet (MMcf) of natural gas per day, with the largest moving upwards of billion cubic feet (Bcf) per day.