Are you in compliance with the latest EPA tank emission regulations?
Storage tanks used in oil or natural gas production are subject to the EPA's New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) for VOCs if they have the potential to emit six or more tons of VOCs per year. This legislation (40 CFR 60 Subpart OOOO, "Quad O") also affects existing tank batteries. Tanks that come online after the most recent proposal is published in the Federal Register will require controls (a combustor or vapor recovery unit), to control VOC emissions by 95 percent by April 2015, or within 60 days after startup, whichever is later.
As one of the few providers, NOV offers a full line of EPA-approved combustors.
Our EVC designs incorporate years of experience with tank vapors and compliance. The units are highly-effective, tested and certified "99% plus" for destruction of vent emissions from oil and condensate tank batteries, loading operations and storage facilities.
Our all stainless steel enclosed flare design is capable of meeting current and future industry requirements, while offering significant cost savings. Scalable to your unique applications, these combustors are field-proven throughout the world.