Secondary containment for oils used during drilling and completions may be required by federal and state regulations.
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Under state code Chapter 78, operators must submit a site-specific Preparedness, Prevention and Contingency (PPC) Plan with their drilling permit application. Such a plan must identify emergency contact numbers, procedures for reporting spills and an immediate response plan for cleanup.
There are two types of secondary containment, according to the federal definition: specific and general.
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