United States v. Mewbourne Oil Co.

A settling CAA defendant that failed to (1) comply with requirements of the federal New Source Performance Standards; (2) submit a notice of intent and register for the New Mexico Environmental Department’s Air Quality Bureau general construction permit (GCP) for oil and gas facilities; (3) apply for a Title V operating permit; and (4) operate in accordance with provisions of the GCP and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Permit by Rule must pay a $5,500,000 civil penalty and spend at least $1,000,000 on a project to offset excess emissions resulting from the violations.

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