Environmental Auditing: Federal Air Quality MACT Standards for Upstream Oil and Natural Gas Processing

Description

Environmental Auditing: Federal Air Quality MACT Standards for Upstream Oil and Natural Gas Processing provides environmental audit checklists for the air quality management rules in 40 CFR Part 63 specific to:

  • Natural gas processors, producers, transmitters and distributors.
  • Oil Companies.
  • Crude oil producers, transmitters and distributors.

For the Subparts of 40 CFR Part 63 covered in this guide see Topics below.

This Air Quality MACT Standards for Upstream Oil and Natural Gas Processing publication is offered in conjunction with Environmental Auditing: Federal Compliance Guide. The Air Quality Management module in this Federal Guide covers air quality regulations that apply broadly to a variety of industrial operations. This Air Quality MACT for Upstream Oil and Natural Gas Processing publication includes additional requirements that specifically apply to upstream oil extraction and initial natural gas processing and is intended to complement the general Air Quality Management module of the Federal Guide and our related publication Onshore and Offshore Upstream Oil and Gas Operations: Federal Auditing Guide.

The Environmental Auditing: Federal Compliance Guide is also complemented by the full range of 50 Environmental State Difference Summaries and Checklists for 49 states, and Puerto Rico. California is available separately.

These guides are indispensable resources for environmental and occupational health and safety professionals, attorneys, and corporate counsel.

See below for Benefits, Topic Areas, Features and Other Formats.
Environmental Auditing: Federal Air Quality MACT Standards for Upstream Oil and Natural Gas Processing must be purchased with either Environmental Auditing: Federal Compliance Guide, or Environmental Auditing: Integrated Federal and California Compliance Guide.