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VOC's & Fence line Monitoring
Description: The Colorado Air Quality Control Commission has enacted a rule that requires air pollution monitoring at oil and gas sites during early states of operations. As the first US state to do so, we will hear from a Colorado official about the aim and expected results behind the regulation. Additionally, we will discuss various low cost sensors that could be used for similar regulations from both an academic and an industry standpoint.

Moderators: Michael Ogletree, City and County of Denver, Colorado, Ingrid George, US EPA, Arsineh Hecobian, Chevron

Gordon Piece, CDPHE
Anna Scott, Project Canary
Carlowen Smith, EPA ORD & Megan MacDonald, EPA ORD

May 18, 2021 09:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Anna Scott
Atmospheric Scientist & President @Project Canary
Dr. Anna Scott is an atmospheric scientist and the President at Project Canary, a Colorado-based public benefit corporation which provides continuous monitoring services to the oil and gas and landfill industries.
Megan MacDonald
ORISE Fellow @US EPA Office of Research & Development
Megan is an ORISE (Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education) research fellow at EPA. She received her bachelors’ in geologic science from Boston College and her masters’ in Data Analytics from Appalachian State University. At EPA, she assists with research and data analysis involving fenceline sensor applications.
Gordon Pierce
Program Manager @Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
Gordon manages a department that collects and analyzes statewide ambient air quality data; provides daily air quality advisories during the summer ozone season and the winter high pollution season; performs complex modeling analysis to determine impacts of air pollution sources on air quality; provides forecasting and meteorology information related to air pollution; maintains emission inventory data to track quantity and sources of various pollutants; regulates the use of controlled burns and prescribed fire through a smoke management program; conducts visibility research and analysis.