Vital–Link Engineering Services Ltd. is a small, efficient and effective team of air quality consultants.

Specializing in providing high quality environmental consulting services to the Oil and Gas Industry our principal focus is on air dispersion modeling for projects in Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan.

Regulatory compliance is a large part of any Oil and Gas Project and new and existing facilities have to meet the required air quality standards and objectives set out by each province regulations. Vital–Link can assist in any stage of the required application process for EPEA Approvals, Code of Practice Registrations and OGC Waste Discharge Permits/Registrations. Having an in depth understanding of the provincial regulations for Alberta and British Columbia allows us to determine whether an Approval, Permit or a Code of Practice Registration is necessary for our customer’s desired project.

Our team specializes in regulatory and compliance matters.

Here is a list of services provided by Vital-Link:

Air quality dispersion modeling – NOx and SO2 for all industrial applications such as Approvals, Permits, Code of Practice Registration as well as their Renewals and Amendments for Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) and the British Columbia Oil & Gas Commission (OGC)
Combustion calculations to determine NOx and CO2 emissions for natural-gas burning equipment such as compressors, pumps, boilers, dehydrators, glycol units and other heaters.
Emission calculations for Compressor Stations and Sweet Gas Plants for Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) licensing.
Preparing regulatory applications such as Approvals, Permits, Code of Practice Registrations as well as their Renewals and Amendments for the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) and the OGC
Flare stack design – Flare stack parameterization and dispersion modeling. Site selection to minimize safety and environmental impacts. Ensuring the air quality is within the applicable government objectives and limits.

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For additional information, please contact Magdalena Bytnar