eSPARC offers extensive capabilities streamlining state and federally-required air dispersion modeling analyses. Our experience includes: NAAQS Significance Impact Level (SIL) and Area of Impact analyses PSD preconstruction monitoring exemption analyses PSD NAAQS analyses PSD Increment analyses Toxics and Health Effects analyses for multiple states Contact Erica Chen, Project Manager, to learn more about how eSPARC … Continue reading "Environmental Support: Air Dispersion Modeling"
CAMS eSPARC would like to welcome Tominisha Johnson to the team!! She recently received her Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering with a concentration in Bio-engineering from Prairie View A&M University in May 2020. Tominisha recently completed an internship with BGE, Inc in the Land Development department. We are excited to have Tominisha on board!
CAMS eSPARC is excited to welcome Kimberly Janusaitis to our team!! Kimberly comes to eSPARC with a background in oil and gas, international permitting and regulatory drivers, and biological survey experience. She holds a degree from Texas A&M in Marine Biology, and has assisted and led several international projects focusing on marine habitats. She looks forward to … Continue reading "eSPARC Welcomes Kimberly Janusaitis!"
We are excited to welcome Christina Stoner to the eSPARC team as a summer intern!! Christina is a rising senior at Rice University here in Houston studying Earth Science with a focus in Geochemistry and a minor in Environmental Studies. After a wonderful experience shadowing with eSPARC last January through an externship program, she is excited to … Continue reading "eSPARC Welcomes Christina Stoner!"
The White House Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) published its final rule on July 16, 2020 updating the regulations implementing the procedural provisions of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) for the first time in over 40 years. Please review our regulatory update for more information and a summary of the final rule.
We are excited about this new chapter that we are about to embark upon.
eSPARC analyzes the environmental risks and liabilities for power, upstream, and midstream portfolios. Our experience includes: Support for over $4B in realized acquisitions Evaluations of: 200+ Oil Wells, 100+ Compressor Stations, and 50+ Gas Plants 8 Gas Storage Facilities, 9 Terminals 10,000+ Miles of Pipelines 30+ Power Plants Including Natural Gas, Coal, Oil, Biomass, Wind, … Continue reading "Environmental Support for Energy Asset Mergers and Acquisitions"
eSPARC attended and sponsored this annual fishing tournament that raises funds for the Pipelines Association of Houston Scholarships.
On May 28, 2020, the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) issued a long-awaited proposal governing how companies can claim federal tax credits for carbon oxides, including carbon dioxide (“CO2”), storage under section 45Q of the federal tax code. The proposed rule impacts those who physically or contractually ensure the capture and disposal of qualified carbon oxide, … Continue reading "45Q Carbon Storage Tax Credit Regulations Proposed"
Texas Title V permits will now incorporate permit by rule (PBR) requirements. Beginning August 1, 2020, all site operating permit (SOP) and general operating permit (GOP) applications for initial and renewal projects, and significant revisions more than two years from renewal will be required to include the new Permits by Rule Supplemental Table (Form OP-PBRSUP). … Continue reading "Permits by Rule Supplemental Table for Texas Title V Permits"