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1 Joe Shine Air Permits Division Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Environmental Trade Fair 2014

2 Definition - the ability to transform base metals into the noble metals (gold or silver)

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4 Rule language – Equipment and facilities used for the process of alchemy is permitted by rule.

5  General Information About Using PBRs  Most Common PBRs  What to Include in the Application  New Processes

6 Pros Other Considerations No circumvention No partial permitting No customization Lower fees Faster response time  Quicker response time  Lower fees  Cannot customize – all or nothing  Cannot partially permit a process  Cannot circumvent permitting

7  Claiming vs. Registering ◦ Claiming – Keep records to show compliance with all rules and regulations ◦ Registering – Submitting documentation to TCEQ and paying a fee  Certification vs. Registration ◦ PI-7 ◦ PI-7CERT or APD-CERT

8  §  § – Surface Coating  §  § – Dry Abrasive Cleaning  § /262  § /262 – Facilities  470 series  470 series – Tanks, Loading, Storage  140 Series  140 Series – Aggregate & Pavement  §§ , 359, 492, 512  §§ , 359, 492, 512 – Oil and Gas

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10  Enclosed vs. non-enclosed surface coating  13 tpy VOC vs. 25 tpy VOC  Exempt solvents  Process MSS vs. non-process MSS

11  MSDS: technical and air quality data  Calculations ◦ Surface Coating Facilities Guide Surface Coating Facilities Guide ◦ Calculation Spreadsheet for Estimating Emissions Calculation Spreadsheet for Estimating Emissions  Chapter 115, Federal Standards, MSS

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13  Enclosed vs. non-enclosed  Blast media  Distance limits  Usage limits  MSS

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15  Only use when there is not a more specific rule  Account for all upstream/downstream impacts  MSS  Represent all associated NSR Permits  Certify major sites

16  Can you use current version of TLV?  Annual submittal ◦ Easier, cheaper when prepared all together ◦ We allow “portable” annual notifications if each site < 5 tpy

17  6 lb/hr & 10 tpy  1 lb/hr & 4.38 tpy  E=L/K  Net increase on new hour  Netting  Is it okay to exceed permitted allowable?

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19  Authorizes: ◦ New construction ◦ New service of existing tank ◦ Change of service  Is “tank memo” still in effect?“tank memo” ◦ Using PBRs § and §

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21  Calculations: AP-42 and throughputAP-42  Using engines?  §106.4(a)(4) §106.4(a)(4) ◦ PM 10 limit = 15 tpy ◦ PM 2.5 limit = 10 tpy  Include a project description

22  MSS: process vs. non-process  Include a plot plan  RFC (site review) required  Distance limitations

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24  § Oil and Gas Handling and Production Facilities  § Flares  § Stationary Engines and Turbines  § Planned Maintenance, Startup, and Shutdown (MSS) at Oil and Gas Handling and Production Facilities

25 In Barnett Shale counties New – 30 TAC § (a)-(k) Existing – 30 TAC § (l) Not in Barnett Shale counties New & existing – 30 TAC § (l) May voluntarily register under § (a)-(k)

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27  § (l) ◦ Sweet:  No registration required, meet §106.4 limits, and keep records ◦ Sour (> 24 ppm H 2 S):  Registration required  ¼ mile distance limit, 4.0 lb/hr limit of sulfur compounds, vent height requirements

28  § (a-k) ◦ Notification and registration through ePermits system ◦ Notification - Prior to construction or implementation of changes ◦ Registration  Level 1 - Within 180 days from start of operation  Level 2 - Within 90 days from start of operation

29  § ◦ May be used in combination with § (l) ◦ May require certification  § ◦ May be used in combination with § (l) ◦ Requires registration if > 240 hp ◦ May require certification

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31  Cover letter  Core Data Form  PI-7, PI-7-CERT, APD-CERT  Copy of check or ePay voucher

32  Emission limitations for Title V applicability  Federal applicability  Control/destruction efficiency claims  Operating hours

33  Introduction  Table of Contents  Process and flow diagram  Summary of emissions  Emission calculations  Impact analysis/NAAQS  Applicability  Lab analysis  Maps  Tables

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35  Introduction  Table of Contents  Process and flow diagram  Summary of emissions  Emission calculations  Impact analysis/NAAQS  Applicability  Lab analysis  Maps  Tables

36  Guidance at  Three criteria ◦ Reservoir/formation ◦ API gravity ◦ Process/treatment

37  Introduction  Table of Contents  Process and flow diagram  Summary of emissions  Emission calculations  Impact analysis/ NAAQS  Applicability  Lab analysis  Maps  Tables

38 New Processes and Changes

39  Purpose  notification ◦  Expectations  Approval letter will be sent through unless specified otherwise.

40 All ApplicationsOil & Gas Specific Emissions Summary TableGas and liquid analysis Emission calculations/ documentation Sour site < ¼ mile (for § (l) only) RO signature matches (certifications only) Flash calculations Response to a VOID and not all issues addressed NO X NAAQS compliance (§ only) Justification for DRE above default allowables Begins 6/1/2014:

41 Air Permits main line: (512)


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