40 CFR 125.138 - As an owner or operator of a new offshore oil and gas extraction facility, must I keep records and report?

§ 125.138 As an owner or operator of a new offshore oil and gas extraction facility, must I keep records and report?
As an owner or operator of a new offshore oil and gas extraction facility you are required to keep records and report information and data to the Director as follows:
(a) You must keep records of all the data used to complete the permit application and show compliance with the requirements, any supplemental information developed under § 125.136, and any compliance monitoring data submitted under § 125.137, for a period of at least three (3) years from the date of permit issuance. The Director may require that these records be kept for a longer period.
(b) You must provide the following to the Director in a yearly status report:
(1) For fixed facilities, biological monitoring records for each cooling water intake structure as required by § 125.137(a);
(2) Velocity and head loss monitoring records for each cooling water intake structure as required by § 125.137(b); and
(3) Records of visual or remote inspections as required in § 125.137(c).

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