1150 Outer Continental Shelf Air Regulations


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Title 7 Natural Resources and Environmental Control

1100 Air Quality Management Section



1100 Air Quality Management Section



1150 Outer Continental Shelf Air Regulations

06/11/2010

1.0 Applicability

Upon delegation of authority by the Administrator of the EPA to the Department, this regulation shall apply to the owner or operator of any OCS source for which Delaware is the corresponding onshore area (COA) as authorized under Section 328 of the federal Clean Air Act Amendments (42 U.S.C. 7627) and 40 CFR Part 55 (July 1, 2009 ed.).

06/11/2010

2.0 Requirements

The provisions of Part 40 CFR Part 55 (July 1, 2009 ed.) are incorporated herein as 7 DE Admin. Code 1150. OCS sources shall comply with all requirements of 1100 Air Quality Management Section of Title 7 of the Delaware Administrative Code to the extent that they are incorporated by EPA into 40 CFR Part 55.14.

This rule incorporates the following provisions of 40 CFR Part 55:

Outer Continental Shelf Air Regulations

55.1

Statutory authority and scope.

55.2

Definitions.

55.3

Applicability.

55.4

Requirements to submit a notice of intent.

55.6

Permit requirements.

55.7

Exemptions.

55.8

Monitoring, reporting, inspections, and compliance.

55.9

Enforcement.

55.10

Fees.

55.13

Federal requirements that apply to OCS sources.

55.14

Requirements that apply to OCS sources located within 25 miles of states' seaward boundaries, by State.

55.15

Specific designation of corresponding onshore areas.

Appendix A

to 40 CFR Part 55

Listing of State and Local Requirements Incorporated by Reference Into Part 55, by State



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