WCS 2017 Annual Meeting – Presentations

2017 WCS Annual Meeting – Final Program

Future Trends in Southern California’s Air Quality Regulations and Transportation

Wednesday, September 21, 2017                                                              Bios for AWMA WCS 2017 Presenters

Presentation: Presenter
Keynote: New Legislative Initiatives Wayne Nastri, SCAQMD
NOx RECLAIM Program Sunset and Future Requirements Moderator – Dr. Krishna Nand, Env. Mgmt. Prof.
Transitioning NOx RECLAIM to Command and Control Dr. Philip Fine and Tracy Goss, SCAQMD
RECLAIM Amendments: An Industry Perspective Mike Carroll, Latham and Watkins
Challenges for Meeting New Lower Air Emissions

Overview of SCR Technology and Retrofitting of SCR’s to Comply with the Upcoming NOx BARCT Standards for Electric Power Generating Units (EGUs)

Wayne Jones, Haldor Topsoe. Inc.
Robert McGinty, Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems
Proposed Regulations and Monitoring Affecting Refineries Moderator – Dr. Laki Tisopulos, SCAQMD
SCAQMD’s Proposed Rules 1180 (Fenceline and Community Monitoring) and 1410 (HF Storage and Use) at Petro Refineries Michael Krause and Kevin Durkee, SCAQMD
Approaches to meet Fenceline and Community Monitoring Requirements Clinton MacDonald, Sonoma Technology, Inc.
Open-Path Monitoring Technology for Fenceline Monitoring Carl Kamme, OPSIS
Zero Emission Goals for Ports and Energy Innovations Moderator – Joe Hower, Ramboll Environ
San Pedro Bay Ports 2017 Clean Air Action Plan Update Chris Cannon, POLA and Heather Tomley, POLB
Low NOx Engines for Transportation Michael Lee, Southern California Gas Company
Hybrid Electric Gas Turbine by GE Joe Heinzmann, General Electric
The Future of Battery Storage Kate McGinnis, AES
Regulatory Program Updates Moderator – Sara Head, Yorke Engineering, LLC
AB617 (Nonvehicular Air Pollution) and Extension of California’s Cap and Trade Program Joshua Bledsoe, Latham & Watkins
SCAQMD Air Dispersion Modeling Updates Dr. Jillian Wong, SCAQMD
Hexavalent Chromium (CR6+) in Paramount, Compton, Long Beach, and Newport Beach. Where Did It Come From? Joe Hower, Ramboll Environ
Future of Risk Management Program with Delay of Regulatory Changes Until 2019 Dr. Krishna Nand, Env. Mgmt. Prof.