Announcements for Title V Operating Permits
Announcements of meetings, regulatory changes, and other significant information from the Air Permits Division. List includes all announcements for approximately the last year.
Proposed revisions to and the renewal of the ACI GOP 518. Public hearing to be held January 27, 2012. Public comment to be received by 5 p.m. CDT February 6, 2012.
April 8, 2011: TCEQ Publishes Notice on Oil and Gas General Operating Permits 511-514 Proposed revisions to and the renewal of the Oil and Gas General Operating Permits (GOPs) 511-514. Public hearing to be held April 28, 2011. Public comment to be received by 5 p.m. CDT May 9, 2011.
February 8, 2011: Stakeholder Meeting on the Oil and Gas General Operating Permit Numbers 511 - 514 On February 22, 2011, the Air Permits Division will conduct a stakeholder meeting to receive comments on the revision and renewal of GOP Numbers 511-514. The GOPs are being revised and renewed to incorporate recent federal and state rule changes.
August 23, 2010: Definition of Site Guidance Document Revised Review of revisions made to the Site Definition Guidance document.
June 22, 2010: Stationary Vents Subject to Section 111.111(a)(1)(A) Effective August 1, 2010, all vents constructed on or before January 31, 1972, must be identified in the Title V permit.
Title V Stakeholders Meeting Meeting schedule, agendas, and minutes of past meetings of this open-participation group that meets periodically to discuss issues related to the Texas Title V program and receive input on associated rulemaking projects.
January 18, 2010: Title V Site Operating Permit Application Submission Effective immediately, a copy of all SOP initial, renewal, minor revision, and significant revision applications and application updates must be submitted electronically to EPA.
July 28, 2009: Stakeholder Meeting on Emissions-Fee Rulemaking Call for public comment on new air emissions fee rule, by August 11, 2009.
December 11, 2008: New TCEQ Guidance Regarding Vacated MACT Standards The U.S. Federal Courts have vacated several Maximum Achievable Control Technology Standards. The TCEQ is posting two memorandums to provide guidance.