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On-demand: Practical Guide to Air Quality Compliance for Oil and Gas Industry

Part 3: NSPS Subparts OOOO & OOOOa

In Part 3 of this series, we dive into the myriad of requirements under New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) for the oil and natural gas sector promulgated under 40 CFR 60, Subparts OOOO and OOOOa. In this webinar we break down the details of the rules and address the following questions:

  • Which of my operations are subject to these rules?
  • What are my testing, monitoring, recordkeeping, and reporting requirements?
  • How can I simplify my day-to-day compliance obligations?

Learn about the following US air-quality regulations in this series:



This webinar is ideal for environmental professionals in the oil and gas industry seeking to gain knowledge on US air quality regulations. Learn about how software and consulting services can help simplify the new air quality permitting and compliance requirements.



Christi M. Wilson, Managing Consultant at Trinity Consultants Ms. Wilson is graduate from M.I.T. and a managing consultant with Trinity’s Pittsburgh office where she assists industrial facilities with various projects, including federal NSR/PSD and state air-quality permitting, Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Mandatory Reporting Rule (MRR) compliance, NESHAP/MACT applicability and compliance, FERC Resource Report 9 filings, and Environmental Information Management System (EMIS) selection and implementation. She has more than 20 years of multi-media environmental experience in various states across the U.S., primarily focused on air-quality permitting and compliance in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and New York. Ms. Wilson has managed more than 7,500 projects involving all segments of the oil and natural gas industry, including upstream wellhead/production operations, midstream gathering and processing, downstream refining, gas transmission, and distribution.

Steve Lavoie, Senior Environmental Consultant, Intelex Technologies Steve Lavoie is a senior environmental consultant at Intelex, based out of our US headquarters in Denver. In his career prior to Intelex, he was as a Geological Field engineer working in the oil and gas industry. Since moving into IT in 2013, his specialty has become translating regulatory requirements into database-oriented solutions utilizing Intelex's ACTS software and his extensive regulation and real-world background. While at Intelex he has worked with many oil and gas companies supporting activities including multi-system integrations, field data capture and the development of many regulation modules in the ACTS system.

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