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Weekliii Round-Up: News on Emissions Regulations in Natural Resources and LAS Binary Workflows

Are you amidst a spatial data overhaul? Is your team prepping to employ LAS data in an upcoming project? Have you heard about the proposal to modify emissions laws for new drill sites? Is that cup of coffee in front of you getting chilly?

Grab a fresh cup and drink up our favorite #DailyBrainCandiii posts from this week - including an opportunity to join our team in St. John's, NL!

Presentation on working with LiDAR LAS Binary data for identifying dangerous and encroaching vegetation for Electric Utility and Transmission companies given at the Geomatics Atlantic conference in St. John's, NL..

LiDAR data is a hot commodity no matter the industry. Depending on the expertise of your team as well as the stage of data processing they are undertaking, there may be any number of things you will have to do to clean up and use the LAS files that make up this resource. We have rounded up a few tips for those working directly with LAS binary - using examples from the Utilities sector and the strive for better efficiency in Vegetation Management and Right-of-Way (RoW) Maintenance that plague the workday of many a field crew. Jump in now!

The United States Environmental Protection Agency has proposed to give Oil and Gas producers more time to identify and correct emissions leaks at newly acquired drilling sites. This proposed program would give new owners up to 12 months from the acquisition date to do this instead of the current 60 days. As noted in this announcement, the proposal will be closed for comments on June 4th for a decision to be reached.

Integrated Informatics team member Lori Odegard to present at the Petroleum Network Education Conference PNEC in Houston, TX.

Did you attend the Petroleum Network Education Conference (PNEC) in Houston, TX this week? If you did, did you catch our presentation on employing discovery and geoenrichment practices to get a better hold on your spatial data - and non-spatial data - alike? Hopefully so! If you were not able to make it, don't fret. This is subject matter we have touted consistently here at Integrated. It is a process that is inherent in Integrated Marco Studio as well as one we have talked about before as it relates to managing environmental data.

Are you in the St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador area? Even better...are you a Software Developer? Our team is hiring! Find out the qualifications and how to apply online.


#DailyBrainCandiii and #WeekliiiRoundUp are inspired by brain candiii, a division of Integrated Informatics that develops Geographic Information System (GIS) training for Energy and Natural Resources professionals.


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