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Air Quality Permitting, Compliance, and Enforcement for Stationary Engines

August 5, 2013

Please join us as we discuss important air-quality permitting, compliance, and enforcement issues related to non-road and stationary engines. Operators in the oil and gas and other industrial sectors rely on these engines to power their operations. Yet, a complex patchwork of state and federal air quality rules and regulations often make compliance difficult, which can significantly impact day-to-day business operations. Attendees will get an in-depth look at a variety of issues that manufacturers, owners, and operators of these engines in Colorado, and elsewhere, need to be aware of to avoid compliance pitfalls and serious business interruptions, including:

  • Changes to Colorado's Regulation 3 governing Internal Combustion Engines
  • Colorado Permit Process including Air Pollutant Emission Notice (APEN), Construction Permit, and Portable Permit
  • Applicability of Quad Z requirements governing Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engines
  • Applicability of Quad J requirements governing Stationary Spark-Ignition Internal Combustion Engines
  • Applicability of Non-Road Large Spark Ignited (LSI) rules and regulations, and their overlap with stationary engine requirements
  • A unique perspective from EPA Region 8 on compliance and enforcement considerations under EPA's engine regulations

Our speakers are at the forefront of air quality issues related to both non-road and stationary engines throughout the Rocky Mountain West and across the country. This session will offer critical compliance and practical advice for any business facing engine-related air quality issues, including manufacturers, owners, and operators.  

The Moderator for this program is: 

  • Randy Dann, Associate, Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP

Speakers for this program are: 

  • Alex North, Environmental Scientist, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  • Melissa Green, Project Manager, Weaver Boos Consultants
  • Eric Waeckerlin, Associate, Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP

Event Details

Tuesday, August 6

Breakfast| 8-8:30 AM
Program | 8:30-10 AM

Wells Fargo Hershner Room
1700 Lincoln St.
Suite #5000
Denver, CO 80203

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