HY-BON/EDI Blog: Quad O Compliance and Vent Gas Management

Apr 13, 2020

In law, selective enforcement occurs when government officials such as regulators exercise enforcement discretion, which is the power to choose whether or how to punish a person who has violated the law. During this time with the COVID-19 Virus Pandemic, EPA has decided to apply enforcement discretion in certain cases.

This is not a policy to allow operators to pollute, but to allow some leniency/flexibility during the Pandemic to operate until a return to normal operations. As such, our customers should try to do their best to keep operating as normal and document any areas where they failed in compliance.

 

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EPA and enforcement discretion policy associated with COVID-19

Jan 31, 2020

Oil and gas operators need reliable, flexible and expandable systems to ensure proper operation of fired equipment including heater treaters, reboilers, line heaters, enclosed combustors and flares. This is why Cimarron developed ARControl™ as a system to monitor/control pilot flames that is also expandable to serve as a Burner Management System (BMS). We developed the product with special consideration for field operations, engineering, safety, environmental and financial concerns.

An added plus is that Cimarron’s ARControl™ system is made and supported in the USA from our Wheat Ridge, CO facility.

 

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ARControl Burner Management System - One Model Does It All

Jan 7, 2020

There are thousands of oil and gas wells operating across the state of Texas and the USA. Many wells are sometimes flared and the sight of these flares can cause concern to citizens that observe them near their residence or while traveling across the state. They are also necessary for safe operation at Oil and Gas facilities. This write up will help explain flare operations at oil and gas sites.

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Flaring at Oil and Natural Gas Production Sites

Jan 2, 2020

Many customers are inquiring about Cimarron Energy’s “Tankless Facility” solution and how it can lower emissions and lower the risks associated with using tanks on well sites. Our solution eliminates the need for temporary storage of oil by using a blowcase to pressurize the oil for injection into an oil pipeline using available gas from a compressor.

 

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Tankless facilities

Dec 1, 2019

In November 2019, the EPA finalized revisions to emission calculation methods used for organic liquid storage tanks found in AP 42 Chapter 7, Section 7.1. These methods were developed by the American Petroleum Institute (API) for fixed roof and floating roof tanks. The previous revisions were made in November 2006.

AP-42 Chapter 7, Storage Tanks Emission Calculation Revisions

Oct 3, 2019

WPI exclusive distributor for our ARControl™ brand in the Eagle Ford region

Cimarron Energy Inc. Announces Exclusive Distributor Agreement With Waukesha Pearce Industries (WPI) In the Eagle Ford Shale

Sep 23, 2019

(Updated January 2, 2020)

 

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To meet pipeline specifications, operators are often required to dehydrate their produced natural gas that is saturated with water vapor.  Water vapor in natural gas pipelines can result in the formation of hydrates that can obstruct or plug the pipe.  Also, water vapor in a pipeline can cause corrosion due to the presence of carbon dioxide (CO2) or hydrogen sulfide (H2S) in the natural gas.

Glycol Dehydration Process and Emission Controls - revised 2 Jan. 2020

Jul 15, 2019

In Texas, University Lands (UL) manages surface and mineral interests for 2.1 million acres of land across 19 counties in West Texas for the Permanent University Fund (PUF). In 1876, the Texas Constitution set aside land in West Texas to support The University of Texas and Texas A&M systems. The PUF receives revenue from UL land leased to oil and gas (O&G) companies.

Environmental Stewardship Incentives Program (ESIP) for Emissions Reductions

Jul 2, 2019
We are delighted to announce that Cimarron Energy, Inc. (“Cimarron”) completed the acquisition of HY-BON/EDI on July 1, 2019. Both HY-BON/EDI and Cimarron’s long-term customer strategies are aligned to strengthen our market positions in vapor recovery and emissions control solutions for oil and natural gas operators. Time to celebrate!
Cimarron Energy Announces Acquisition of HY-BON/EDI

May 30, 2019

On March 2, 2019, the USEPA finalized a voluntary New Owner Clean Air Act Audit (CAA) Program custom-made for the oil and natural gas sector.  The program can be used by new owners of upstream exploration and production sites to voluntarily find, correct and self-disclose Clean Air Act violations. This can result in timely and cost-effective CAA compliance.

EPA New Owner Clean Air Act Audit Program for Oil and Gas