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BMP ID: 8319
Title: A new project could require one or more NSR air permits
Text: Air Pollution Challenges and Barriers to Domestic Onshore Oil and Gas Development: Regulations and Permits: "NSR [New Source Review] permits are legally binding documents. The permit specifies what construction is allowed, what emission limits must be met, and how the emissions source(s) must be operated. NSR permits may or may not be transferable (either based upon the equipment or to another location) depending on the permitting authority. Depending on the state where the facility is located, a new project could require one or more air permits.
Source Publication Name: Reducing Onshore Natural Gas and Oil Exploration and Production Impacts Using a Broad-Based Stakeholder Approach: Adverse Impact Reduction Handbook
Citation Section: 5.3.1
Citation Page: 111
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Usage Type: Required
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Surface Ownership: • Federal
Mineral Ownership: • Federal
Primary Contact: Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission
PO Box 53127
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma  73152  USa
Phone:405.525.3556     Alt. Phone:
Fax:405.525.3592     E-mail:iogcc@iogcc.state.ok.us
Alternate Contact: ALL Consulting
1718 South Cheyenne Ave.
Tulsa, Oklahoma  74119  United States
Phone:(918) 382-7582     Alt. Phone:
Fax:     E-mail: 
Categories: Air Quality and Emissions
Location: General / Federal
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Date Entered: 2010-12-01 13:39 MDT
Last Updated: 2010-12-01 13:53 MDT