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	A Notice of Intent for the following project submitted in accordance
with §R307-401-1, Utah Administrative Code (UAC), has been received
for consideration by the Director, Utah Division of Air Quality:

Company Name:	Summit Gas Gathering, LLC
Location:	Summit Gas Gathering, LLC: Castle Valley CO2 Stripping
Facility - 4.5 miles SW of Price, UT, Carbon County

Project Description:	Summit Gas Gathering, LLC has acquired the Castle
Valley CO2 plant.  The CO2 natural gas stripping plant was operated
under Approval Order (AO) DAQE-AN2157004-03.  The plant consists of a
natural gas standby generator and a stripping train comprised of an
amine unit and a dehydration unit, each with natural gas-fired liquid
heaters.  Summit Gas Gathering. LLC has requested a modification to
update the ownership of the AO, to add a thermal oxidizer and a
pigging tank to the equipment list, and to increase natural gas
throughput.  Additionally, emissions from pigging were not included in
the previous AO but are included here.  These modifications primarily
result in reductions in the Potential to Emit (PTE) totals, and are as
follows:  NOx: +3.67 Tons per Year (TPY), CO: +15.60 TPY, PM10: -0.58
TPY, VOCs: -42.25 TPY and HAPs: -22.71 TPY.  As a result, the PTE
totals for this plant will be as follows:  NOx: 23.86 TPY, CO: 20.55
TPY, PM10: 1.77 TPY, VOCs: 10.59 TPY, HAPs: 1.99 TPY and Greenhouse
Gases:  63,578 TPY as CO2 equivalents.  

	A dispersion modeling analysis was performed for this source because
the individual HAP emission increases triggered the requirement to
model under R307-410-5 for formaldehyde.  The model predicted all HAP
concentrations to be less than their respective UDAQ - Toxic Screening
Levels (TSL).  Based on these results, no further analysis is

	The Castle Valley CO2 plant is located in an attainment area for all
criteria pollutants.  There is no New Source Performance Standard
(NSPS) for this process.  Title V does not apply to this source.  A
30-day public comment period is required for this modification.   

	The completed engineering evaluation and air quality impact analysis
showed that the proposed project meets the requirements of federal air
quality regulations and the State air quality rules.  The Director
intends to issue an AO pending a 30-day public comment period.  The
project proposal, estimate of the effect on local air quality and
draft AO are available for public inspection and comment at the Utah
Division of Air Quality, 195 North 1950 West, Salt Lake City, UT
84116.  Written comments received by the Division at this same address
on or before April 18, 2013 will be considered in making the final
decision on the approval/disapproval of the proposed project.  Email
comments will also be accepted at  If anyone so
requests to the Director at the Division in writing within 15 days of
publication of this notice, a hearing will be held in accordance with
R307-401-7, UAC.

	Under Section 19-1-301.5, a person who wishes to challenge a Permit
Order may only raise an issue or argument during an adjudicatory
proceeding that was raised during the public comment period and was
supported with sufficient information or documentation to enable the
Director to fully consider the substance and significance of the

Date of Notice:  March 19, 2013
Published in the Sun Advocate March 19, 2013.

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