Have you submitted your intent to transition to the new GCP-O&G or a different permit type? The deadline to complete the Notification Form on the New Mexico Environment Department (NMED) Air Quality Bureau (AQB) website is January 27, 2019.

As you may already be aware, the NMED AQB released the GCP-O&G last April to register new and existing minor source oil and gas facilities, replacing GCP-1 and GCP-4 applications. GCP-1 or GCP-4 permit holders were given nine months to make a determination and inform the NMED whether or not the facility will qualify for the GCP-O&G or will instead apply for a regular Part 72 construction permit. Guidance for the notification and transition are located on the NMED website .

For assistance in determining GCP-O&G applicability, completing permitting applications or transitioning currently permitted GCP-1 or GCP-4 facilities, please contact the Trinity Albuquerque office by calling (505) 266-6611.