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“Spartan Controls is committed to environmental leadership within our community, our business operations and the industries we serve through education and the application of best practices and technology.”

Effective management of energy, emissions and environmental performance are critical in driving costs down and meeting regulatory compliance requirements.

Together with our principals, Spartan strives to provide solutions that focus on further developing our Customers’ sustainability, profitability and improved environmental performance across all industries served.

Our focus on efficiency improvement, environmental leadership technology and compliance provides our customers with proven and “implementation ready” solutions to meet voluntary and regulatory emission reductions.

Environmental Organizations

PTAC is a Canadian hydrocarbon industry association that serves as a neutral non-profit facilitator of collaborative research and development, technology development, and operates in partnership with all industry stakeholders to transform challenges into opportunities.

Through a collective effort, PTAC is able to leverage financial resources and technical expertise to support collaborative networks which advance innovative research and development, and technology development projects, that address pertinent industry challenges through activities which:

  • Reduce costs
  • Improve operational efficiencies
  • Enhance environmental stewardship
  • Advance regulatory development
  • Provide our industry with the social license to operate
  • Achieve methane emission reductions of 45% below 2012 and 2014 by 2025
  • Environment and Climate Change Canada
    • Regulations Respecting Reduction in the Release of Methane and Certain Volatile Organic Compounds
    • Multi-Sector Air Pollutants Regulation (MSAPR)
    • National Pollutant Release Inventory (NPRI)
  • British Columbia Oil & Gas Commission
    • Drilling & Production Regulation (Reg. 282/2010)
  • Alberta Energy Regulator (AER)
    • Directive 60, Directive 017, Manual 15, Manual 16
    • Technology Innovation and Emission Reduction (TIER)
    • Methane Reduction Retrofit Compliance Plan (MRRCP)
  • Saskatchewan Ministry of Energy & Resources
    • Methane Action Plan – Oil & Gas Emission Management Regulations (OGEMR)
  • COP Representation
  • Many players contribute to the oil and natural gas innovation system
  • Solutions to today’s energy challenges require an understanding of entire innovation system and how pieces fit together
  • CRIN aims to enhance innovation effectiveness by:
    • Better priority setting and alignment on key game changing technologies to pursue
    • Broader source of ideas and more entrepreneurs engaged from across Canada and the world
    • Focus on deployment phase (field pilots to commercial roll out) where current system falters
    • Better connectivity between all participants (academics, entrepreneurs, funders, customers, governments)
    • Expand “path to deployment” and customer centered objectives for the technology work across sectors