The ESG wave is cresting, and as it does, companies are being caught in various positions ranging from surfing it to being caught in the break. For those not yet riding the wave, there can be a lot of consternation that can ripple from the boardroom to the field. For Environmental Health and Safety Managers, this presents both risks and opportunity.
The Colorado Air Pollution Control Division is implementing new well production facility LDAR requirements for facilities within 1,000 ft. of an occupied area which go into effect March 1, 2021.
Discharges associated with oil and gas activities, pipelines, and natural gas processing plants, will no longer fall under Railroad Commission of Texas jurisdiction.
Recent updates and changes to Colorado’s Regulations 3 and 7 may have you unaware of upcoming deadlines for oil and gas operators.
2021 is officially here and one of the early annual compliance reporting requirements is just around the corner!
As part of the December 2019 rulemaking process, Colorado passed new emission inventory reporting requirements (EI) under Regulation No. 7. The new requirements apply to oil and natural gas sources located at or upstream of a natural gas processing plant.
Our team is equipped to assist clients in a wide range of industries to accomplish their reporting needs. Spirit’s experts are prepared to work with clients to streamline reports, implement facility objectives, and provide necessary trainings and education on regulatory compliance.
As we head into the final months of 2020 (can you believe it?), the Colorado Air Quality Control Commission (“AQCC”) has finalized changes to Regulation Number 7, increasing regulations to reduce emissions from oil and gas facilities.
On September 15, 2020, the EPA published the revised final rules for NSPS OOOO and OOOOa. Changes to these rules could affect your oil or natural gas facility.
Let Spirit assist you in determining if Best Available Monitoring Method (BAMM) is the approach for you.