Groundwater Discharge Plans Crude Oil Pumping Station and Trucking Terminal
Lea County, NMA Groundwater Discharge Plan (GWDP) was required by the state regulatory agency for a crude oil pumping station and newly constructed trucking terminal. The GWDP included a complete evaluation of waste streams that may contribute to surface water and groundwater impacts. Protocols were developed for controlling and containing spills, and plans were developed for installing containment at waste storage areas. The GWDP was submitted to the regulatory agency, and approved without modification.
Storm Water Management Plans Natural Gas Processing Plants and Compressor Stations
Lea County, NMStormwater management plans were required by the state regulatory agency for three natural gas processing plants and four compressor stations located in southeast New Mexico. The stormwater management plans were prepared in accordance with federal and state guidelines, and approved by the state regulatory agency without modification.
SPCC Plans Oil and Gas Client
Spill prevention, control, and countermeasure (SPCC) requirements have undergone many changes in the past few years; Larson & Associates, Inc. keeps abreast of the changes. The most recent published SPCC compliance date extension for facilities and farms is November 10, 2010. LAI develops SPCC to compliment your quality system and management plans so adoption is harmonious with your field operations. This keeps implementation costs down, makes your operations more efficient, and helps increase your profitability.
Air Permitting and Compliance Oil and Gas Client
Air permit exemptions, Title V permits, quarterly emissions testing and reporting are conducted for this client to comply with federal and state regulations.
Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act (EPCRA) – SARA Title III (Tier II) Filing
EPCRA Tier II, Hazardous Chemical Inventory, Notification and Storage, filings are completed for Oil and Gas facilities located in Louisiana, Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Texas, and Wyoming. SARA Title III (Tier II) filings are performed in compliance with SARA Title III Community Right to Know Act and regulatory agency reporting requirements.
Oilfield spills happen. But why create a waste when with proper on-site management, you can create an earthen material that can be reused? LAI has prepared applications for centralized surface waste management (landfarm) facilities for clients with operations in New Mexico as an alternative to internally manage waste treatment and disposal costs. The permit applications were prepared and submitted on behalf of the clients and were approved.