Compliance with these provisions may help control air emissions and we hereby urge you to undertake regular, ongoing inspection and maintenance of your wells, valves, pipelines, tanks, hatches, and other equipment to assure full adherence to applicable rules. Information relating to cost-effective emission reduction practices/technologies may be found
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The RRC requires little to nothing of the operators. Rule 13 for instance has some language to do this and that, like control the well. If it's out of control, then it's a blowout and very obvious–and the operator can declare when it's a blowout! Also, there is NO RRC rules, to my knowledge, that prevents, prohibits or limits the emissions to the air of any material what so ever!