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Controlling Air Emissions from Outer Continental Shelf Sources: A Comparison of Two Programs -- EPA and DOI
Jonathan L. Ramseur (au)
Air emissions from outer continental shelf (OCS) operations are subject to different regulatory programs, depending on the location of the operation. The Dept. of the Interior (DOI) has jurisdiction over OCS sources in federal waters in the western Gulf of Mexico and most of the central Gulf. In addition, the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2012 (P.L. 112-74), transferred air emission authority in the OCS off Alaskaäó»s north coast from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to DOI. EPA has jurisdiction over sources in all other federal waters. The primary difference between the EPA and DOI programs is rooted in the different statutory authorities: the 1990 Clean Air Act (CAA) and the 1978 Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act (OCSLA). The primary objectives of these statutes are differentäóîair quality versus offsenergy development. The two regulatory programs reflect these underlying differences. Contents of this report: Introduction; Overview; History of OCS Air Emission Governance; Role of OCS Moratoria; EPA OCS Air Program; DOI OCS Air Program; Comparison of DOI and EPA Air Programs. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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