Transmission companies and INGAA argue PHMSA severely underestimates the number of pipeline miles which would be subject to blowdowns
, and therefore the cost of the new regulations and the methane emissions created.
The river at this point truly is a wild, if hemmed in, swamp, covered up by brush and blowdowns
, almost dry at low water.
Pipelines do blowdowns
for required maintenance and repair, some of it required by safety regulations published by the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration.
He uses beetlekill in the boards' cores as well as poplar and timber from statewide aspen blowdowns
It uses 50 psi compressed air blowdowns
to purge the filter cartridges sequenced by a 100 volt timer board, can operate at temperatures to 275[degrees]F and is 99.
There is no doubt that mature bucks are attracted to blowdowns
Next thing you know, you're lost in the woods, pushing your way through thick pines and sharp-edged blowdowns
, relying only on adrenaline and faith that you're heading in the right direction.
We're on an unmarked, secondary trail, and with blowdowns
from Hurricane Fran occasionally blocking my route, navigation is difficult.
air lances used to cool ladles, several open blowdowns
to exhaust water and an air-powered stacker using rodless cylinders.
of forest canopy trees create a patchwork of resource fluxes at the forest floor (Bazzaz 1983, Chazdon and Fetcher 1984, Brokaw 1985, Poulson and Platt 1989).
Treatment of cooling tower water lengthens time between blowdowns
The requirements are very technical in each case, with opposition from pipeline companies based on such things as the agency mandating: Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) for leak detection and blowdowns
conducted to enable leak repairs.