Texas Refinery Prepared a FMP to comply with the final Standards of Performance for Petroleum Refineries (NSPS Subpart Ja). The plan provides the specifications of the flare system, documents applicability with the requirements of the regulation and outlines a compliance strategy, and included devising the best compliance strategy, calculating a baseline flare flow rate, drafting… Continue reading Flare Management Plan for NSPS Subpart Ja
Wyoming Refinery Prepare a 404 permit application to reroute an intermittent stream that was in the location of a proposed corrective measure. The permit consists of a Pre-Construction Notification and includes wetland delineation, identification of an area for wetland mitigation and preparation of a Wetland Mitigation Plan. Endangered and threatened species, and historic properties listed… Continue reading 404 Permitting for Corrective Action Project
Colorado E&P Waste Management Facility Prepared state and county major impact land use permit applications for a centralized E&P waste management facility, including: facility operations and contingency plans, storm water management, hydrology, geologic hazards, a sensitive area analysis with wildlife impact/habitat BMPs, land suitability and impact analysis, and property owner notifications. Analyzed potential air emissions… Continue reading Air and Land Use Permitting
Wyoming Refinery Obtained an Underground Injection Control (UIC), Class V, Beneficial Use Permit to support bio-augmentation using periodic microbe batch injections.
Colorado, Wyoming, Oklahoma and Texas Refineries Evaluated each facility for applicability and performed a gap analysis on existing plans. Used site-specific observations, measurements, maps and other documentation to address SPCC requirements. Planning distances were calculated and documented. Inspection forms, procedures and response plans were prepared based upon facility practices. SPCC plans were written to meet… Continue reading Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure Plans
Texas Refinery Rule worked with refinery Engineering, Operations, Maintenance and Environmental Departments to create a comprehensive set of underground oily water sewer maps. Flow tests using dye and volume were extensively used to document connections. Dry weather flow contributors were identified. Individual drain systems were precisely located and placed into the refinery CADD system. QQQ… Continue reading Refinery Oily Water Sewer Mapping
Wyoming and Texas Refineries Emergency response plans were written to address specific regulatory requirements under 40 CFR §112.20. Care was taken to use facility practices and procedures where possible; recommendations for satisfying data gaps were made and follow-up work completed.
Texas Refinery Gathered data from existing refinery fuel gas flow meters and CO2 CEMS, set up a calibration schedule, drafted a Green House Gas (GHG) Monitoring Plan and prepared and submitted the annual emissions inventory. The work was completed in compliance with the Green House Gas Reporting Program (40 CFR Part 98).