For more than 30 years we have prepared plans for oil and gas production facilities, yards,
marinas, wind farms, and other installations in nearly every oil and gas producing state in the
What Is An SPCC Plan?
An SPCC plan is a complete report of a facility’s plan for minimizing an oil spill or eliminating it all together. An oil spill could be harmful to the environment, which is why the EPA has mandated laws for spill prevention, control and countermeasure plans. Facilities engaged in non-transportation related activities (oil storage for use or distribution, drilling, producing, transferring or refining) could potentially discharge contaminants in harmful quantities into the environment and must have an SPCC plan.
If you need help in determining whether your facility requires a spill plan please contact us for consultation today.
operators of facilities engaged in drilling, producing, gathering,
scaring, processing, refining, transferring, or consuming oil and oil
1. the facility
is non-transportation related (see definition of non-transportation)
2. above ground
aggregate storage capacity of a facility is greater than 1320 gallons;
which, due to their location could reasonably expect spilled oil to reach
the navigable waters of the United States.
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SPCC Plans, LLC
was acquired by, and became an associate of Campbell & Associates in
2008. This association has
moved SPCC Plans, LLC from one of the most respected spill plan writers
in the United States
to one of the world leaders
in this arena of oil field compliance.