Sep 7th, 2017
Aug 29th, 2017
by Mark Hall
Next month the U.S. Congress will take up legislation to reauthorize what has proven by all measures to be one of the most successful environmental and economic development programs in our nation’s history, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Brownfields Program.
Jul 31st, 2017
Along with petroleum products and natural gas, pipeline operators these days are moving extraordinary quantities of data–billions of bytes every second, from operational data to equipment monitoring, video, and Internet of Things data from sensors, mobile devices, and field surveys.
Jul 31st, 2017
One of the most important aspects of successful coal ash unit closure project execution is the contractor selection process. How well this process is managed and executed will have a direct impact, positive or negative, on the quality of the work performed, and whether the project stays on budget.
The process for addressing vapor intrusion (VI) continues to evolve and recently updated guidance in New York State could have potentially significant impacts to various stakeholders.
Jul 17th, 2017
Since April 2001 the Republic of Korea has been deregulating the country’s electricity market, much along the same lines as the restructuring of utilities in the United States.
Jul 13th, 2017
by Sungsoo Kim
For pipeline operators looking to ensure their staff are fully informed and trained to comply with safety violations and avoid massive fines, it’s critical to know the “why” behind the “what” of new pipeline safety regulations.
What if the current standard “worst-case scenario” used for evaluating the human and environmental risks of hazardous compound releases is actually less frequent–and potentially less severe–than the actual true worst-case scenario?
Jun 26th, 2017
Oil and gas pipeline operators can stay out of the news by staying “in the cloud’’–and taking advantage of today’s increasingly powerful cloud-based data processing engines to reduce risk and improve safety.
Jun 22nd, 2017
by Jason Cradit