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Impact of NSPS OOOO b & c on Smaller Operators

The oil and natural gas industry is facing a new era of regulatory requirements with the introduction of New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) OOOO b and c, which build upon the existing OOOO and OOOOa regulations. As these developments unfold, it's crucial for industry players, especially smaller operators, to understand the implications and prepare accordingly. Let's dive into what these changes entail in a simplified way and discuss how you can navigate them effectively.

The Evolution OOOO b & c as Extensions of OOOO and OOOOa

OOOO b and c represent significant changes and more stringent bottlenecking in environmental regulation, particularly focusing on methane and VOC emissions. These additions will require more stringent controls and broader coverage of emission sources.

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