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arbcombo -- Notice of Public Availability of Modified Text - GHG Standards for Crude Oil and Natural Gas Facilities

Posted: 03 Feb 2017 16:13:14
The California Air Resources Board has posted the 15-day Notice
of Public Availability of Modified Text for the Oil and Gas

All regulatory documents for this rulemaking are available online
at the following ARB website:



The proposed 15-day modifications are open for comment until
February 21, 2017.

Written comments will only be accepted on the modifications
identified in this Notice or documents added to the record. 
Comments may be submitted by postal mail or by electronic
submittal no later than 5:00 pm on the due date to the

Postal mail:  Clerk of the Board, Air Resources Board
              1001 I Street, Sacramento, California 95814

Electronic submittal:

Inquiries concerning the substance of the proposed regulation may
be directed to Joe Fischer, Air Resources Engineer, Oil and Gas
Section, (916) 445-0071 or Ms. Joelle Howe, Air Pollution
Specialist, Oil and Gas Section, at (916) 322-6349.

The proposed regulation covers greenhouse gas emissions,
predominately methane, from oil and natural gas production,
processing, and storage, natural gas gathering and boosting
stations, as well as from natural gas underground storage and
transmission compressor stations (collectively “oil and gas”). 
It addresses both vented (intentional) and fugitive
(unintentional) releases of greenhouse gases by processes at
facilities in these sectors.  The proposed regulation establishes
emission standards for active and idle equipment and components
at these facilities.  Depending on the equipment or component,
control mechanisms include vapor recovery, leak detection and
repair, and equipment replacement.  Additionally, the proposed
regulation includes monitoring at underground natural gas storage
facilities for the early detection of large leaks or well

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