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AGA/EPA Boiler MACT Letters re Sierra Club Petition for Reconsideration-July 2011
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Engine Air Toxics (RICE MACT) Final Rule Postponed (Nov. 9, 2009)
AGA Comments on EPA Proposed Hazardous Air Pollutant Standards for RICE Engines (June 4, 2009)
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AGA Comments on EPA's Proposal to Drop the "Once-In-Always-In" MACT Policy (May 4, 2007)
AGA Comments on EPA Engine NSPS & NESHAP Proposed Rule (Oct. 11, 2006)
AGA Comments on Boiler MACT (March 14, 2003)
INGAA Detailed Comments on EPA's Hazardous Air Pollutant MACT Proposed Rule for Combustion Turbines (February 28, 2003)
AGA Comment Letter Supporting INGAA Turbine MACT Comments (February 28, 2003)
AGA Comments Supporting INGAA Comments on EPA's IC Engine MACT Proposed Rule (February 20, 2003)
INGAA Comments on EPA's IC Engine MACT Proposed Rule (February 19, 2003)
INGAA Cover Letter for Comments on EPA's IC Engine MACT Proposed Rule (February 19, 2003)
AGA Alert - MACT Hammer for Case-by-Case Hazardous Air Pollutant Permits Deadline Extended (March 12, 2002)
Final Technical Amendments Published: MACT for Oil & Gas Production and Natural Gas Transmission & Storage (June 29, 2001)
Transmission and Storage MACT (Part 63, Subpart HHH) Final Rule : Gas Utilities Are Exempt (June 17, 1999)
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 AGA Comments on EPA Engine NSPS & NESHAP Proposed Rule (Oct. 11, 2006) 

On October 11, 2006 AGA submitted comments on EPA Proposed Rule on Standards of Performance for Stationary Spark Ignition Internal Combustion Engines and National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engines, 71 Fed. Reg. 33804. These comments note AGA supports the detailed technical comments that the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) has filed in this docket regarding the IC Engine Proposed Rules. AGA appreciates EPA’s intention to develop a proposal that could offer some flexibility and streamlining. However, AGA agrees with INGAA that there are several problems with the way that the proposal is structured. The proposed engine certification provisions raise some serious concerns, in large part because EPA has modeled this stationary engine rule on the standards and concepts that EPA uses for mobile and non-road engines. As a result, the IC Engine Proposed Rules have imported mobile source concepts that are confusing and are not based on the operational realities of natural gas-fired stationary engines.

These comments are posted under Environmental Comments and can be accessed by clicking here.

 

 
 

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