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Regulatory Overview

The Federal Law Requires

  • Written Emergency Response Plans for certain facilities.
  • SPCC Plans when certain thresholds are reached
  • Facilities must meet federal construction standards.

Facilities include

  • Oil & gas company tank batteries (storage tanks, separators, gun barrels, heater treaters, etc.)
  • Drilling Rigs, Workover Rigs, Tank Trucks, Frac Tanks
  • Farms, Ranches, Hospitals, and Manufacturing

Other Considerations

  • Most plans must be certified by a Professional Engineer
  • Annual Employee Training. (Managers, pumpers, emergency responders)
  • Mechanical Inspections Tests & Reports.
  • Tier II Reports. (Filed annually with local & state agencies)
  • Annual Facility Inspections & Reports
  • SPCC Plans kept current. (Must be regularly updated to reflect physical changes to the facilities, changes in the law, or personnel changes.)
  • Oil Spill Contingency Plans (Under CFR 40 Section 109)
  • Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP)
  • Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials (NORM) Surveys


Air Quality Service


Giving the best solutions for clients wishing to construct new operations, optimize the environmental performance of their current facilities, or capitalize on profits that would normally be lost to the wind requires proficiency, wisdom, and skill. Our experienced and continually trained team of experts provide services including:

·         Process and emission control technology reviews

·         Detailed emission inventories

·         Regulatory applicability determinations

·         Strategic planning

·         Ambient impact analyses using advanced modeling software

·         Risk assessments


Permitting and Regulatory Support

There have been a multitude of amendments to the Clean Air Act since it was ratified by the United States Congress in 1963. The history of these amendments has shown the widespread support of cleaner air for Americans, as expanded powers were given to it by presidents Richard Nixon, Jimmy Carter, and George H. W. Bush. However, keeping track of the copious amounts of federal and state regulations and permitting requirements can be an overwhelming task.

Air Quality Permitting: Our associates possess considerable experience preparing Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) construction permit applications, Title V initial and renewal operating applications, minor source review applications, and permit by rule (PBR) applications in various states throughout the U.S. These permitting actions have included air dispersion modeling analyses and control technology reviews.

Air Quality Regulatory Analyses: Our air quality regulatory analysts have extensive experience with federal and state regulations and stay apprised of upcoming regulations. We apply our knowledge to help our clients plan major projects and long-term budgets, allowing them to maintain profitability while helping the environment.

Air Quality Compliance: Our prerogative is to allow you to concentrate on running your business while we take care of the federal, state, and local air quality regulations, and work closely with you in developing compliance strategies.

Air Quality Emissions Inventories: Our air quality professionals have years of experience preparing emission inventories for facilities for agriculture to refineries to oil & gas operations.

Air Quality Greenhouse Gas Support: We possess the expertise to help facilities prepare greenhouse gas monitoring plans, emission estimations for the EPA’s GHG mandatory reporting requirements, and evaluate applicability with the Title V Greenhouse Gas Tailoring Rule.

Toxic Release Inventories: Our industry professionals will help you evaluate facility operations to determine Toxic Release Inventory applicability and will prepare the applicable Form A or Form R reports.