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Webinar Series: Practical Guide to Air Quality Compliance for the Oil & Gas Industry - Part 5: Federal Engine Rule Compliance

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has over the last several years promulgated many air quality regulations aimed at reducing emissions from the oil and natural gas industry sector. Additionally, states within developing shale gas regions have also implemented new air-quality permitting and compliance requirements targeting this sector. 

This webinar series is specifically designed to provide attendees with a practical guide for navigating the complex air-quality monitoring, recordkeeping, and reporting requirements affecting the industry. In this five-part series, Trinity's Christi Wilson partners with Intelex, a global leader in the development of EHS and quality software to break down the complexities of air-quality requirements and offer insightful strategies and practical tools for managing compliance. Ms. Wilson is an industry veteran, with more than 20 years of experience serving all segments of the oil and natural gas industry sector (upstream, midstream, and downstream). 

In this final chapter of our webinar series, we dissect the convoluted requirements of the three main federal engine regulations (NSPS Subpart IIII, NSPS Subpart JJJJ, and NESHAP Subpart ZZZZ or “RICE MACT”). Through discussion of the following topics, we offer tips and strategies for managing and streamlining compliance with these requirements:

  • Determining the applicable requirements for your engines
  • Understanding emergency vs. non-emergency use
  • When to consider an EPA-Certified engine
  • Permitting requirements vs. federal regulatory requirements
  • When, how, and why these differ
  • Testing and work practice considerations
  • The implications of U.S. EPA's new stance on “Once In, Always In”



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