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04 December 2017
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued two notices of data availability (NODAs) in support of its proposed stays of various portions of the 2016 New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) for the oil and gas industry (known as the 'Quad Oa' rule). On June 16 2017 the EPA issued both:
The NODA on the two-year stay solicits comments on:
The NODA also provides an updated cost-benefit analysis for the two-year stay. The NODA for the three-month stay largely tracks the contents of the two-year stay NODA. The comment periods for both NODAs end on December 8 2017.
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