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e-CFR Data is current as of December 17, 2014

Title 30Chapter IISubchapter BPart 254


TITLE 30—Mineral Resources

CHAPTER II—BUREAU OF SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENFORCEMENT, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

SUBCHAPTER B—OFFSHORE

PART 254—OIL-SPILL RESPONSE REQUIREMENTS FOR FACILITIES LOCATED SEAWARD OF THE COAST LINE

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§254.1
Who must submit a spill-response plan?
§254.2
When must I submit a response plan?
§254.3
May I cover more than one facility in my response plan?
§254.4
May I reference other documents in my response plan?
§254.5
General response plan requirements.
§254.6
Definitions.
§254.7
How do I submit my response plan to the BSEE?
§254.8
May I appeal decisions under this part?
§254.9
Authority for information collection.
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Subpart B—OIL-SPILL RESPONSE PLANS FOR OUTER CONTINENTAL SHELF FACILITIES

§254.20
Purpose.
§254.21
How must I format my response plan?
§254.22
What information must I include in the “Introduction and plan contents” section?
§254.23
What information must I include in the “Emergency response action plan” section?
§254.24
What information must I include in the “Equipment inventory” appendix?
§254.25
What information must I include in the “Contractual agreements” appendix?
§254.26
What information must I include in the “Worst case discharge scenario” appendix?
§254.27
What information must I include in the “Dispersant use plan” appendix?
§254.28
What information must I include in the “In situ burning plan” appendix?
§254.29
What information must I include in the “Training and drills” appendix?
§254.30
When must I revise my response plan?
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Subpart C—RELATED REQUIREMENTS FOR OUTER CONTINENTAL SHELF FACILITIES

§254.40
Records.
§254.41
Training your response personnel.
§254.42
Exercises for your response personnel and equipment.
§254.43
Maintenance and periodic inspection of response equipment.
§254.44
Calculating response equipment effective daily recovery capacities.
§254.45
Verifying the capabilities of your response equipment.
§254.46
Whom do I notify if an oil spill occurs?
§254.47
Determining the volume of oil of your worst case discharge scenario.
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Subpart D—OIL-SPILL RESPONSE REQUIREMENTS FOR FACILITIES LOCATED IN STATE WATERS SEAWARD OF THE COAST LINE

§254.50
Spill response plans for facilities located in State waters seaward of the coast line.
§254.51
Modifying an existing OCS response plan.
§254.52
Following the format for an OCS response plan.
§254.53
Submitting a response plan developed under State requirements.
§254.54
Spill prevention for facilities located in State waters seaward of the coast line.


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