Code of Federal Regulations Title 30. Mineral Resources § 30.553.14 How do I determine the worst case oil-spill discharge volume?
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(a) To calculate the amount of OSFR you must demonstrate for a facility under § 553.13(b), you must use the worst case oil-spill discharge volume that you determined under whichever of the following regulations applies:
(1)30 CFR part 254—Response Plans for Facilities Located Seaward of the Coast Line, except that the volume of the worst case oil-spill discharge for a well must be four times the uncontrolled flow volume that you estimate for the first 24 hours.
(2)40 CFR part 112—Oil Pollution Prevention; or
(3)49 CFR part 194—Response Plans for Onshore Oil Pipelines.
(b) If you are a designated applicant and you choose to demonstrate $150 million in OSFR, you are not required to determine any worst case oil-spill discharge volumes, since that is the maximum amount of OSFR required under this part.
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