A successful odorization program involves accurate injection of odorant, monitoring, and record keeping. Join us for a journey through odorization, from its purpose to how it fits into a company’s risk management program. The addition of odorants gives an improved level of safety, but there are also certain limitations. Learn which pipelines require odorization, the detectable limits of gas odor, odorants and odorizing considerations, and monitoring to ensure you meet regulatory requirements.
- What is natural gas odorization?
- The primary objective of gas odorization.
- Which gas lines require odorization?
- Complying with 49 §CFR 192.625 – Odorization of gas.
- Odorization of RNG
- Risks and Safety
MEET YOUR INSTRUCTOR
Market Manager, Gas Odorants
Nick Wiewiorowski is currently the Market Manager of gas odorants at Arkema. Previously, Nick worked for ChampionX in their Gulf of Mexico upstream production chemical division. He maintained numerous roles starting as a field service technician rotating on a single floating production unit and an account manager supporting multiple assets focused on supply chain and technical support. He also held an operations support role developing new technology for the sales force and supporting supply chain efforts to the business unit. Nick’s passion is building the service component of chemical applications, notably improving operational efficiencies.
Nick has a B.S. in chemical engineering from Lehigh University and an M.S. in petroleum engineering from Texas A&M University.
In his free time, Nick enjoys time with his kid, traveling to new countries and triathlons.
President, K2 Controls
- BA Baylor University
- Associate Member of SGA
- Member of ASGMT and ISHM
- Former President of GCGMS