Law360, Philadelphia (January 4, 2016, 10:07 PM EST) -- The Pennsylvania Environmental Hearing Board ruled last week that state’s Department of Environmental Protection acted correctly when it concluded that two Seneca Resources Corp. and National Fuel Gas Midstream Corp. natural gas facilities were properly classified as a single source of pollution for air emissions purposes.
Following a three-day hearing in May, the board concluded on Dec. 29 that a Seneca gas compressor and an NFG gas dehydrator and generator in northern Pennsylvania met the three-prong test governing single source designations.
“We find that the emission sources at the Bodine Compressor Station and Well Pad E are properly aggregated as a...
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