Environmental Issues in the Oil and Gas Industry
- Margaret M. Dalthorp, Moorhouse Associates, Inc., Corpus Christi, TX
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- January 1 - December 31, 2000
CD Version of this course also available through the AAPG Bookstore for $60.
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Who Should Attend
This course is ideal for the petroleum industry professional who is unfamiliar with environmental regulations and their application to the oil and gas industry. Environmental professionals who are unfamiliar with oil field operations will also benefit from the course as it contains numerous photos of actual field sites and illustrates common issues to investigate. The course also covers pollution prevention and landowner concerns when conducting field operations. Project managers, geologists, and engineers who are responsible for the management of field operations will find this course to be beneficial.
Objectives and Content
This should be considered an introductory course which will provide individuals with the knowledge necessary to manage field operations in a manner that complies with regulations, prevents environmental problems from occurring, and maintains good relations with landowners.
It is designed to help the oil and gas professional become familiar with common environmental issues in the field and to help the environmental field professional negotiate a sight visit to a petroleum storage area. This course covers the basics of what to look for when conducting a general site-inspection. The course content also considers land owner concerns and pollution prevention ideas to implement in everyday operations.
To purchase access to this online course, please go to Environmental Online Course - Purchase
Once you've made your purchase, you will have 60 days of access to the course at Environmental Online Course - Access
If you'd prefer to purchase the CD version, please go to Environmental Course on CD - Purchase