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Oil and Gas Industry APEN Forms


Notice
As of January 1, 2014, the Colorado Air Pollution Control Division no longer accepts blank APENs. Additional fees will apply if an APEN is submitted without the necessary information. An application with missing information may result in longer processing times.  Please note that all APEN submissions should be completed using forms currently supplied by the Division (see Reg. 3, Part A, Section II.A).  If you need assistance, please refer to: www.colorado.gov/cdphe/sspermits.

 


 

If your source (equipment) type is not listed below, please use the General Air Pollutant Emissions Notice (APEN) form. A guidance document is available for each Air Pollutant Emissions Notice (APEN) form.

 

 

 

The General Air Pollutant Emission Notice (APEN) is a generic form used to obtain an air permit for a new source of air emissions, to modify an existing air permit, to request an administrative amendment to an existing air permit, or to complete a routine (5-year) Air Pollutant Emission Notice (APEN) renewal even when there is no change to an existing permit. When a "Specialty Air Pollutant Emission Notice (APEN)" exists for a given source, the Specialty Air Pollutant Emission Notice (APEN) should be used in lieu of the General Air Pollutant Emission Notice (APEN). Specialty Air Pollutant Emission Notices (APENs) are listed lower on this page.

 

 

                                                                                       

 

Submit this Specialty Air Pollution Emission Notices (APEN) to report new or existing natural gas amine sweetening systems; complete a routine (5-year) Air Pollution Emission Notices (APEN) renewal; request permit modifications; or report changes in emissions, production, or equipment. Please complete all applicable information on the form.

 

 

 

Submit this Specialty Air Pollution Emission Notices (APEN) to report new or existing condensate storage tanks located at E&P facilities only. For condensate tanks located at midstream operations or non-E&P facilities, please use form APCD-204 located under the tab for "Midstream Condensate Storage Tank Emission" above. For more information on filing and permit requirements, see the oil and gas web site.

Submit this Specialty Air Pollution Emission Notices (APEN) to report new or existing natural gas dehydration systems using glycols; complete a routine (5-year) Air Pollution Emission Notices (APEN) renewal; request permit modifications; or report changes in emissions, production, or equipment. Please complete all applicable information on the form.

 

Submit this specialty Air Pollution Emission Notices (APEN) to report emissions from hydrocarbon liquid loading operations such as liquid load out from above ground storage tanks and liquid load out from pressurized storage tanks (if reportable). Please note, form APCD-200, the "General Air Pollution Emission Notices (APEN)" will no longer be accepted for reporting emissions from hydrocarbon liquid loading operations.

 

 

Submit this Specialty Air Pollution Emission Notices (APEN) for condensate tanks located at midstream operations or non-exploration and production facilities.

 

Submit this Specialty Air Pollution Emission Notices (APEN) to report new or existing natural gas venting activities from sources such as: oil/gas separators, pneumatic pumps, equipment maintenance blow downs, well head casing and compressor rod packing; complete a routine (5-year) Air Pollution Emission Notices (APEN) renewal; request permit modifications; or report changes in emissions, production, or equipment. Please complete all applicable information on the form. 

 

 

Submit this Specialty Air Pollution Emission Notices (APEN) for produced water tanks in oil and gas operations.

 

 

Submit this Specialty Air Pollution Emission Notices (APEN) to report new or existing internal combustion engines or generators; complete a routine (5-year) Air Pollution Emission Notices (APEN) renewal; request permit modifications; or report changes in emissions, fuel use, or equipment. Please complete all applicable information on the form.

 

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