ENVIRONMENTAL SUGGESTIONS AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY IN NIGERIA (EGASPIN)
ISSUED BY THE DIVISION OF PETROLEUM RESOURCES LAGOS 1991
MODIFIED EDITION 2002
ENVIRONMENTAL GUIDELINES AND STANDARDS FOR THE PETROLEUM SECTOR IN NIGERIA (EGASPIN)
RELEASED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF PETROLEUM RESOURCES LAGOS 1991 REVISED EDITION 2002
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Among its statutory functions, the Department of Petroleum Solutions is required to make certain that petroleum market operators will not degrade the surroundings in the course of all their operations. To effectively carry out these regulating activities, the Department has been crafting environmental guidelines and requirements since 1981. These cover the charge of the toxins from the various petroleum search, production and processing functions. This syndication is an update of these, guidelines and specifications in light from the advancements in the modern treatment and pollution control technology. It covers environmental control of various petroleum actions in Nigeria, including exploration, production, terminal operations, hydrocarbon processing crops, oil and gas transportation and promoting. It includes wherever applicable, a discussion of the sources and features of gaseous, liquid and solid toxins generated, principal control methods and fertilizer limitation and standards. It is the intention in the Department of Petroleum Resources to upgrade this publication periodically as new know-how becomes available
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PROFESSOR JUBRIL AMINU
1 . 1 ) 1 HONOURABLE MINISTER OF PETROLEUM USEFUL RESOURCE
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The Petroleum Industry can be described as complex combination of interdependent businesses, including search and development operations, the processing with the crude in to consumer products, transportation and marketing actions. At each level of businesses, gaseous, water and solid waste materials will be produced and discharged. Place adversely affect the air, normal water and garden soil media in the event not properly discharged and controlled. Air pollution control rules in the gas and oil operations are governed by Principal legislation of Petroleum Act 69. The rules are made pursuant to section 8(i)b (iii) of the Petroleum Act 69 which allows the Minister of Petroleum Resources to generate regulations intended for the prevention of air pollution of normal water courses as well as the atmosphere. Some of the specific polices include: the Petroleum (Drilling and Production) Regulations 1969, Sections twenty-five and 36; the Nutrient Oils (Safety) Regulation, 1963, Part III Section six and Component IV Sections 44 and 45; the Petroleum Rules 1967; the Oil in Navigable Oceans Decree NO . 34/Regulations late 1960s; the Olive oil Pipeline Ordinance Cap 145 of 1956 as corrected by the Oil Pipeline Action 1965, Section 17(3) and; the Petroleum Refining Rules 1974, Section 43. Authority exists inside these Decrees and Rules, to concern licences/permits and establish rules, standards and procedures to get environmental control. Consequently, as a result of growing matter for unfavorable environmental impacts or injuries arising from essential oil related air pollution, the Division of Petroleum Resources in 1981 given interim Rules concerning the monitoring, handling, treatment, and convenience of effluents, oil splatters and chemical substances, drilling muds and drill cuttings simply by leasees/oil operators. Tentative allowable limits of waste secretions into fresh water, coastal drinking water, and overseas areas of operations were proven.
4. The objectives of these Environmental...
Bibliography: Proceedings of 1981 Foreign Seminar about 'The Petroleum Industry and Nigerian Environment ', held at Warri, Bendel Point out, Nigeria, Nov. 7-12,