Air Permitting

If your site requires an air permit to be issued in order to authorize construction and/or operation, we can assist you in obtaining the appropriate air permit(s) for your operations. Whether or not an air permit is required is dependent on what equipment is at the site, where the site is located, what processes occur at the site, and the quantity and type of emissions generated at the site.

What is Air Permitting?

The Clean Air Act (CAA) establishes a number of permitting programs designed to control air pollution. Some of these programs are directly implemented by EPA through its Regional Offices, but most are carried out by states, local agencies, or approved tribes.
The Clean Air Act calls for state, local, tribal, and federal governments to work in partnership to control excess emissions.

Why Air Permitting?

Mechanisms to monitor emissions and ensure compliance with clean air laws and regulations in order to protect human health and the environment.

Who Regulates Air Quality?

EPA, State regulatory agencies (e.g. TCEQ, ODEQ, TX RRC, OCC), municipalities, or tribes that have been approved to implement regulatory programs.

What is Regulated?

Criteria Pollutants, Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs), Greenhouse gases (GHGs), and other regulated pollutants found at oil and gas production sites.