Providence Air Quality Technical Services Director, Gary Daves, PE, Featured in Oil and Gas Journal
Gary Daves, PE, Providence's Air Quality Technical Services Director, was recently featured as a subject matter expert in an article titled, "Refinery Fence-line Monitoring to Impact Petrochemical Operators," for the April edition of the Oil and Gas Journal. Gary sheds light on potential air-permitting and enforcement implications for refineries as well as specific operator considerations that may be identified as near-field interfering sources (NFS) in some refineries' fence-line monitoring plans. He also gives a background of the rule, explains fence-line monitoring provisions, details immediate considerations, and provides information on both near- and long-term concerns. The full article can only be viewed through the printed April edition of the Oil and Gas Journal, or through an online subscription.
Gary Daves has 19 years of experience assisting clients with regulatory compliance, including regulatory applicability determinations, performing compliance audits, and Title V and New Source Review permitting for petroleum refineries and petrochemical plants. For more information on fence-line monitoring, email Gary Daves at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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