Oil and Gas

This page contains permitting and compliance information for oil and gas facilities.


CARB Greenhouse Gas Oil & Gas Regulation

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On October 1, 2017, CARB’s new GHG Oil & Gas regulation became effective.  The District will be implementing and enforcing these new State requirements.

Onshore Oil and Gas Flare ROC Emission Factor

Flare ROC Emission Factor Study (pdf)

Oil and Gas Permit Calculations

Use these calculations when applying for a permit for an oil and gas permit. Oil and gas production equipment such as tanks, separators, flares, and boilers are subject to permit even if they are used for short term well tests. Please contact the District regarding our temporary permits to test a well while the permanent facility is designed. A separate permit application must be submitted for the temporary well test permit and the permanent production facility.

APCD emission calculation spreadsheets.  These are Microsoft Excel files.  Right-click on the linked text and choose Save Target As to download the file.

Compliance Material

The Rule 331 plan template can be used to prepare an fugitive inspection and maintenance plan for a stationary source. The purpose of the plan is to make sure components are inspected regularly and any fugitive leaks are repaired in a timely manner. It is also used to inventory the components at the facility to track compliance with Rule 331 and leak paths at the facility to track the potential to emit fugitive ROCs. The plan must be updated with new inventories and diagrams whenever there is a change at the facility. The template has highlighted text which should be replaced with information specific to the source.

Please note that application forms (such as Form -01) are also available for download at Download Permit Application Forms.

Oil and Gas Forms

Form No.Form NameAdobe PDFForm Date
APCD 200-00Oil and Gas General Formapcd-200-00.pdfJuly 2016
APCD 200-01Compressorsapcd-200-01.pdfFebruary 2016
APCD 200-02ES DICEapcd-200-02.pdfJuly 2016
APCD 200-03Prime Dieselapcd-200-03.pdfJuly 2016
APCD 200-04Spark Ignited Engineapcd-200-04.pdfJuly 2016
APCD 200-05External Combustionapcd-200-05.pdfFebruary 2016
APCD 200-06Fixed Roof Tanksapcd-200-06.pdfFebruary 2016
APCD 200-07Floating Roof Tanksapcd-200-07.pdfFebruary 2016
APCD 200-08Waste Water Tanksapcd-200-08.pdfFebruary 2016
APCD 200-09Wellsapcd-200-09.pdfFebruary 2016
APCD 200-10Sump Pit and Well Cellarapcd-200-10.pdfFebruary 2016
APCD 200-11Separatorsapcd-200-11.pdfFebruary 2016
APCD 200-12Loading Rackapcd-200-12.pdfFebruary 2016
APCD 200-13Pigging Equipmentapcd-200-13.pdfFebruary 2016
APCD 200-14Flares or Thermal Oxidizerapcd-200-14.pdfJuly 2017
APCD 200-15H2S Scrubberapcd-200-15.pdfFebruary 2016
APCD 200-16Miscellaneous Equipmentapcd-200-16.pdfFebruary 2016
APCD 200-17Pneumatic Controllerapcd-200-17.pdfFebruary 2016
APCD 200-18Fuel Metersapcd-200-18.pdfFebruary 2016
APCD 200-19Engine Diesel Particulate Filterapcd-200-19.pdfFebruary 2016
APCD 200-20Fugitivesapcd-200-20.pdfFebruary 2016
APCD 200-21Critical Component Checklistapcd-200-21.pdfDecember 2017

For more information or assistance, contact us via email at [email protected].

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