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Oklahoma Underground Storage Tanks: What you need to know

Governing Law and Regulations

Underground storage tanks (USTs): Oklahoma Storage Tank Regulation Act, 17 Oklahoma Statutes Annotated 14.301 to 14.340 and regulations at Oklahoma Administrative Code (OAC) 165:25-1 to 165:25-18

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Delivery prohibition: OAC 165:25-1-67

Secondary containment: OAC 165:25-2-33

Licensing requirements: OAC 165:25-1-101 to 165:25-1-107

Installers/removers: OAC 165:25-1-101 and OAC 165:25-1-102

Monitoring well technician: OAC 165:25-1-103

Fees: OAC 165:25-1-64 and OAC 165:5-3-2

Operator training: OAC 165:25-1-120 to 165:25-1-126

Financial responsibility: OAC 165:25-2-4

Petroleum Storage Tank Indemnity Fund (PSTIF): OAC 165:27-1 to 165:27-9

Regulatory Agency

Oklahoma Corporation Commission (OCC) Petroleum Storage Tank Division (PSTD)

See ADDRESSES & CONTACTS for addresses and telephone numbers.

See national section for basic information and federal regulations.

Comparison: State vs. Federal

Rules. Oklahoma's underground storage tank (UST) regulations parallel the federal requirements with additional licensing and fee requirements for UST installers, removers, and technicians. Oklahoma has also adopted the federal delivery prohibition, operator training, and secondary containment requirements under the federal Energy Policy Act of 2005. For more information, see the national section UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS. The Oklahoma Petroleum Storage Tank Indemnity Fund (PSTIF) provides reimbursement for corrective action as a result of tank releases.

Administration and enforcement. OCC's PSTD administers and enforces the UST rules in Oklahoma. In addition, Tulsa and some other local programs regulate USTs in Oklahoma.

State Requirements

DELIVERY PROHIBITION

OAC 165:25-1-67

The PSTD may close (shut down) a UST ...


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