Air permits for glycol dehydrators

A complete permit application must include all applicable elements on Form APCD-100

Glycol Dehydration Unit APEN (Form APCD-202)

Use an APEN to apply for a new permit; request a modification to an existing permit; complete a routine (five-year) APEN renewal for an existing permitted source or report changes in emissions, production or equipment. 

Operating and Maintenance Plan for Glycol Dehydrators (Form APCD-302)

An O&M plan is required for all process units with emission controls at a synthetic minor or major stationary source. Visit the Oil and gas Operating & Maintenance Plan forms page for guidance and more information.

Alternative emissions control device request form

​The division will consider, on a case-by-case basis, alternative emissions control equipment to meet control requirements of Regulation No. 7. The operator must obtain approval to use the alternative emissions control equipment prior to use.

  • PS Memo 15-03
    Air pollution control equipment requirements of Regulation No. 7, Section XVII.​

Guidance for Glycol Dehydrator Permits
  • PS Memo 17-02
    Guidance for Regulation No. 7, Section XII dehydrator requirements.
  • Step-by-step
    Reporting your air emissions and applying for air permits.