Division of Air Quality

 

DRAFT* Natural Gas Facility Class II General Permit G80-A
The requirements and conditions of this general permit address the prevention and control of regulated air pollutants from eligible natural gas production, compressor and/or dehydration facilities.  The G80-A General Permit benefits the natural gas industry by incorporating all applicable air quality regulations into a single general permit.  Currently, General Permits G30-D and G35-A cover natural gas compressor facilities and General Permit G70-A pertains to oil and natural gas production facilities designed and operated for the purpose of oil and natural gas production located at the well site.

Once General Permit G80-A is issued, General Permits G30-D, G35-A and G70-A will continue to exist.  However, there will be no future registrations, modifications or administrative updates allowed to registrations issued under these permits.  If a registrant wishes to modify an existing registration under General Permits G30-A, G35-A or G70-A, is must be done so under General Permit G80-A.
 General Permit G80-A  

 
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 General Permit G80-A Application    

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 General Permit G80-A Registration  

 

 
 


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 TAGIS Mapping Project Guidance
Oil & Gas Permitting & Enforcement Guidance Presentation
October 9, 2014

NSPS 0000 & Fracking Air Quality Rule Updates
May 2014

New Natural Gas Well Flowback Notifications for NSPS OOOO - These notifications are required to be submitted on or after October 15, 2012 for all hydraulically fractured wells drilled after August 23, 2011 

Well Completion Notification Instructions

Well Completion Notification (Word Format)

Well Completion Notification (PDF)

 

   To protect and improve today’s air quality and preserve it for future generations.

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