Oil and Gas Training in Williamsport, PA
Course Overview and Learning Objectives
MARAMA is interested in training member staff to inspect and permit oil and gas facilities in their states. After the training, participants should be able to identify equipment used at oil and gas facilities, identify fault conditions that might result in emissions to the air, estimate air emissions from the equipment and generally understand the potential environmental impact of air emissions from oil and gas facilities. Attendees will be able to state the difference between conventional oil and gas facilities and unconventional, or “fracked” facilities. DAILY AGENDA
The audience for the classroom portion of the course is planning, enforcement, and permitting state/local/federal agency staff. We expect to have both new and experienced staff participate. Total attendance at each of the two training events is expected to be as many as 60 people.
Cassy Becker – RTI International