How is your company doing preparing for the future? Over the next 10 years, Ontario’s new regulations will ensure facilities significantly reduce emissions resulting in numerous positive health and environmental benefits.
TWD supported our client, one of Canada’s largest oil refining companies, in installing Continuous Monitoring Systems on Flares and Fuel Gas to meet the requirements of the new provincial air pollution regulations for sulphur dioxide (SO2) emissions. To meet our clients needs, TWD adapted a flexible project delivery approach to help achieve Ontario’s commitment in reducing SO2 emissions from petroleum facilities by 80%. This included:
1. Executed a lifecycle-based evaluation methodology for our clients SO2 and Total Reduced Sulfur (TRS) content mass spectrometer; to be conducted with that of another Unit’s H2S Analyzer System. Our goal was to identify a single vendor to execute both projects simultaneously. This integrated approach would create synergy in project execution, efficiency in implementation, and significant cost-saving.
2. Provided competitive estimates and out of the box methodologies to our client through advanced construction work planning by engaging vendors at the FEED stage.
3. Identified earlier project risks, and focused on high-ranking risk elements, utilizing tools such as laser scanning, 3D modelling and UT inspection to eliminate potential recycled engineering and costly construction rework.
4. Expedited the purchase of all Project Long Lead items identified in the schedules critical path, to meet challenging milestones, and appeal to broader fiscal / financial commitments and constraints.
5. Viewed different projects being executed under the same regulatory mandate, not in silos, but with an integrated approach.
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