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The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (“TCEQ”) has extended the 2019 Point Source Emissions Inventory (“EI”) Reporting deadline to on or before April 30, 2020. In response to COVID-19, the agency is continuing to monitor conditions and may consider extending further deadlines due to the current environment. Note that this has not yet been posted on TCEQ’s website, but was sent out yesterday via email (see below).

Spirit is closely following CDC guidelines and has encouraged all team members to work from home during this time. We are available via phone, email, and GoToMeeting to discuss any concerns with the recent deadline changes.

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