Permits and statistical data

Food and Environmental Protection Act 1985 (as amended)

To view received applications, please contact either Marine Scotland (Scottish waters) or CEFAS (English and Welsh waters). 

Marine Scotland CEFAS
Marine Laboratory Lowestoft Laboratory
PO Box 101
Victoria Road
Torry
Aberdeen
AB11 9DB
Pakefield Road
Lowestoft
Suffolk
NR33 0HT
Tel: (01224) 295581 Tel: (01621) 787200
Email: env_prot@marlab.ac.uk Email: ogc@cefas.co.uk

 

Offshore Combustion Installations (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Regulations 2001


Merchant Shipping (Oil Pollution Preparedness, Response Co-operation Convention) Regulations 1998


Offshore Petroleum Activities (Oil Pollution Prevention and Control) Regulations 2005 (as amended)

OPPC term Permit – applications received


Offshore Chemicals Regulations 2002

PON15D production applications

PON15B, C, E and F applications


European Union Emission Trading Scheme Regulations 2003 (EU ETS)

APPLICATIONS UNDER CONSULTATION AND DECISIONS

The Offshore Petroleum Production and Pipelines (Assessment of Environmental Effects) Regulations 1999

Under consultation

Decisions

PON15B, C and D applications


Offshore Petroleum Production and Pipelines (Assessment of Environmental Effects) (Amendment) Regulations 2007

Listed below are details of projects that have been assessed by the Secretary of State since the above Regulations came into force on the 16 April 2007 and been determined as not likely to have any significant impact on the environment and therefore exempt from the obligation to submit a formal application for a direction and undertake an environmental impact assessment.

Such exemptions are currently restricted to minor pipeline works that are located entirely within existing safety zones around offshore facilities, on the grounds that these works will not have any significant impact on the environment, commercially exploited marine resources, protected habitats or species, or other users of the sea.

These regulations also apply to the renewal of a production consent where the consent relates to the term of the consent being extended but without any other variation in the conditions attached to the consent.


Offshore Petroleum Activities (Conservation of Habitats) Regulations 2001

PON14 applications

If you wish to view any of the applications mentioned then please contact the Oil Company direct and they will make available (for a small handling charge) a copy of the statement/application required.

Energy Act Part 4a

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