eSPARC expands its talented roster of young professionals with our new Fellow, Gloria Ortega. Gloria received her B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Universidad Veracruzana in Veracruz, Mexico, her M.S. in Project Management from Universidad de Cervantes in Valladolid, Spain, and her M.S. in Energy Economics from Rice University in Houston. Gloria will be putting her … Continue reading "eSPARC Welcomes Gloria Ortega!"
On August 28, 2019, the EPA published proposed rule changes affecting NSPS OOOO and OOOOa oil and gas regulations and have entered a sixty-day public comment period. The EPA has developed two proposals, one they describe as “primary” and the other as “alternative”. The primary proposal seeks to accomplish two things. First, to remove the … Continue reading "Proposed Changes to NSPS OOOO and OOOOa"
We are pleased to announce that Mr. Peter Belmonte, PE has joined the eSPARC team as Vice President of Business Development. Pete will leverage his more than 28 years of experience in the power sector, as well as other highly regulated industries; business development, environmental compliance, corporate strategy, and program implementation to grow the eSPARC … Continue reading "eSPARC Welcomes Pete Belmonte"
Sofia Udawala joined CAMS eSPARC as a Summer Environmental Intern in July. She is a recent graduate of Clear Lake High School, where she carried a heavy workload of Advanced Placement science and mathematics courses and excelled in multiple extracurricular activities. Her strong work ethic and outstanding technical skills have been put to good use by eSPARC … Continue reading "Summer Intern – Sofia Udawala"
SUMMER INTERN! Komal Bhargava joined CAMS eSPARC as a Summer Environmental Intern in June. Komal is an accomplished rising senior at Tompkins High School and was selected for this internship based on her superior scholastic and leadership accomplishments. Komal is supporting eSPARC engineers on a variety of projects including Permit by Rule evaluations, environmental database … Continue reading "Summer Intern- Komal Bhargava"
eSPARC expands its talented group of young professionals with our new Fellow, Daniel Quesada. Daniel received his B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Texas A&M – Kingsville. He will be working on a wide range of multi-media projects during his Fellowship Program with us. Welcome to the Team!
We are pleased to announce that Ms. Nivetha Sundaravadivelu has joined the eSPARC team as an Environmental Associate. Ms. Sundaravadivelu spent eight months as an Intern in the eSPARC Internship Program while finishing her Graduate Degree at Rice in the field of Environmental Analysis. During her internship at eSPARC, she gained valuable experience by providing technical support … Continue reading "eSPARC Welcomes Nivetha Sundaravadivelu"
We are pleased to announce that Mr. Derek Furstenwerth has joined eSPARC as a Vice President of Operations. Mr. Furstenwerth has over 28 years of experience in environmental program management, environmental and energy policy advocacy, acquisition and divestiture support, licensing and permitting, and operations excellence. He began his career as a junior engineer at Houston Lighting … Continue reading "eSPARC Welcomes Derek Furstenwerth"
New Direct Assistance Guidance The workbooks listed below are now available on New Source Review Application Tools. NSR Application Workbook This workbook contains data currently submitted through the PI-1, Table 1(a), and Table 30 for New Source Review Permit Applications. It also guides the applicant through Best Available Control Technology, monitoring, and impacts summary requirements. Note: … Continue reading "TCEQ introduces new tools and policies to process New Source Review applications more efficiently"
On September 28, 2018, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) announced that up to $3.6 million in grants are available for projects that reduce air pollutants from facilities and other stationary sources in Texas. Eligible individuals or businesses must own and operate, or intend to build, own, and operate, stationary sources in Texas. Following … Continue reading "TCEQ announces new round of grants to help make Stationary sources cleaner"