Oil and gas odor and dust permitting

 
Air Pollution Control Division permitting related to Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission Series 805 rules
You must notify us if your operation falls under the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission Series 805 requirements. Please use this form to determine whether it does and would need to secure an Air Pollution Control Division permit:
 
Guidance on PTE calculations
See Appendix B of our Consultation Guidance to determine the Potential to Emit, as it specifically pertains to Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission Series 805 requirements.
 
Use the following documents to make sure your application is complete and acceptable:
 
Revised Condensate Tank General Permit and Air Pollutant Emission Notices:
 
New Produced Water General Permit and Air Pollutant Emission Notice:
 
Crude oil tanks
For permitting of crude oil tanks, see appendices A and B of our Consultation Guidance.
 
To estimate emissions from crude oil tanks, you may use either the state default emission factor or a site-specific emission factor described in the link above. 
 
The consultation process for Revised Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission rules pertaining to "protection of public health, safety, and welfare, including protection of the environment and wildlife resources."
See the series 805 rules on the Colorado Oil and Gas Commission website. Click on Rules in the left navigation.