On November 10, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued the third and final Information Collection Request (ICR) for regulations designed to control methane and other emissions from the oil and natural gas industry
Operators who have been selected to provide this information will see a three-part request in some
cases. Part One is a basic facility survey for centralized production sites—essentially, oil and/or natural gas wellsites. The Part Two Gathering and Boosting Tool Survey is specifically for operators of gathering andboosting compressor stations and pipeline facilities. If you operate a wellsite that includes these facilities, you’ll be required to complete the second survey as well.
The third survey is the most complex. About 10 percent of operators required to complete the Part Two
(Gathering and Boosting Tool) survey will be randomly selected to complete the detailed Part Two FacilitySurvey—using the EPA electronic Greenhouse Gas Reporting Tool (e-GGRT) to collect the data. With the comprehensive data requested in this survey, your company runs the risk of allocating excess resources to locating and providing accurate information.
Fortunately, you’re not alone. The team at EDGE has the experience and technical expertise needed to
help our clients complete these surveys, accurately and on time. We know your operations, and we’re
standing by to answer your questions about the process, or to provide in-depth survey response support.
Watch your mailbox for EPA ICR letters; if you receive one, call EDGE. Bringing further insight.