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significant combustion source categories for discussion – May 4-5, 2009. Wellhead/lateral compressor engines Well site heaters and boilers Flaring/incineration – 3 types workovers, new well completion temporary flares condensate tank flares (aka incinerators)

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significant combustion source categories for discussion may 4 5 2009
significant combustion source categories for discussion – May 4-5, 2009
  • Wellhead/lateral compressor engines
  • Well site heaters and boilers
  • Flaring/incineration – 3 types
    • workovers, new well completion
    • temporary flares
    • condensate tank flares (aka incinerators)
    • stationary flares at fixed facilities
  • Drilling rigs and workover rigs
  • Turbines/Engines
followup combustion source methodology questions for twg
Followup Combustion Source Methodology Questions for TWG
  • Unmetered heater and boilers
  • Determination of fuel consumption
    • If not metered, how is it determined?
      • Provide equation
    • Describe how each variable in equation is determined
      • Load factor
      • Brake-specific fuel consumption (BTUs/hp)
  • Determination of run time
    • Meters
    • Assumed time in service since last visit
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