Answer from Occidental:
More frequent proximity inspections will be performed according to Table 3 Section II.E.4.e. All leaks will be repaired within five days or equipment will be shut in to repair the leaks where possible. We have an internal emissions team that performs all inspections and completes most of the repairs, so repairs and rescreens are typically complete very quickly. For leaks that cannot be repaired within 5 days and are not eliminated by shutting in equipment, notification will be provided to the CDPHE and local government within seven days of the leak detection.
The facility will not have any natural gas actuated pneumatic controllers, no oil storage tanks, no vapor recovery units or other compressors (other than an electric air compressor for instrument air pneumatics). In addition, there is automation at the facility that allows remote and/or automatic shut ins at facilities when there are instances of high or low pressures or temperatures, when pilots are not lit and when tank pressures are approaching relief points. We have an integrated operations center that is staffed 24/7 to view and respond to automated data.