I have more venting to do about the BS venting (see previous post for background).
Does it seem logical to anyone else that there would be no need for an EXCEPTION DOCUMENT listing the occasions where venting is acceptable if venting is NEVER allowed?
Before an exception can be granted, the following information must be submitted with this data sheet:
- Explanation as to why the operations cannot be shut-in and the gas must be vented or flared
- If gas is vented, explain why the gas cannot be safely and continuously burned and that the gas can be safely vented
- Explanation of how all legal uses for casinghead gas have been investigated and exhausted
- Distance to nearest pipeline and operating conditions (e.g.sweet or sour, line pressure etc.)
How long will the war with Oceania last?
VIDEO of Town Hall
Oh and, (I told you I can’t shut up) notice who is the decider in the above.
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Please don't ever shut up!! Keep us informed at all times. You do it so well.
If,in a weak moment you was to believe that venting of methane(CH4)is prevented in Tx, just look at TCEQ Rule 106.4! Methane and several other gasses are not even governed or controlled by the TCEQ in it's industry friendly Permit By Rule (PBR) rubber stamped registrations which cover nearly all O&G activities in Tx.