Hydrogen Sulfide Detection

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Ed Dancsok   Photo By Brian Zinchuk Air monitoring stations like this Airpointer just south of Weyburn are used to watch for things like sour gas.   Photo By Brian Zinchuk Regina – If you have sour gas, or H2S, be it a well or facility, you can expect an inspection this year. After an alarming series of inspections that found the majority of sites inspected failed to pass muster, the government is clamping down.  The province is putting sour gas inspection and enforcement very high on its agenda this year. This past spring CBC reported on suspected calf deaths in addition to a related workplace fatality in recent years in southeast Saskatchewan, and that may have put some feet to the flare, so to speak.  This also comes at a time when the province’s S-10 directives will come into full force on July 1 of this year. Pipeline News spoke to Ed Dancsok, assistant deputy minister for the Petroleum and Natural Gas Division in the Saskatchewan Ministry of the Economy, during the Williston Basin Petroleum Conference in Regina. In this April 29 interview he outlined the government’s concerns and intended course of action. Pipeline News: There’s been some concern raised in the media about sour gas issues in southeast Saskatchewan. It’s been our understanding the province has brought in a number of regulations in recent years to deal with gas issues, such as S-10. So what’s going on?

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