Petroleum Storage Tank Committee

The Petroleum Storage Tank Committee (PSTC) is comprised of seven members who have technical expertise and knowledge in the fields related to corrective actions taken to mitigate underground and aboveground storage tank releases. The three permanent members are the Director of the Division of Oil and Public Safety (or designee), the Executive Director of the Department of Labor and Employment (or designee), and a petroleum storage tank owner/operator. The other four members on the committee may represent one of the following groups: Fire protection districts, elected local governmental officials, companies that refine and retail motor fuels in Colorado, companies that wholesale motor fuels in Colorado, owners and operators of independent retail outlets, companies that conduct corrective actions or install and repair underground and aboveground storage tanks and private citizens or interest groups.

PSTC Meeting Information

The PSTC meets to review and approve reimbursement claims; for the current schedule of meetings, agendas, minutes and policies, see below.

2020 PSTC Meeting Dates

PSTC Member Information

Member Name

Member Type

Term Expiration

Renee Shellhorse Owner/Operator 10/16/2021
Brett Redd Corrective Action Companies 10/16/2022
Anthony Congram Private Citizen 10/16/2022
Steve Callahan Refiner and Retailer 10/16/2020
Scott Paulson Independent Retail Outlets 10/16/2022
Mahesh Albuquerque Division Director 10/16/2021
Susan DeMeules Designee of CDLE Executive Director 10/16/2021

OPS Staff

Name

Role

Jennifer Petropulos Reimbursement Application Presenter
Tom Fox Reimbursement Application Presenter
Luz Duque Committee Meeting Organizer (even months)
J Garcia Committee Meeting Organizer (odd months)

 

 

Policy#

Subject

1 Contamination Discovery Date (Replaced by Policy #17 as of 2/2/1996)
2 Multi-use Tanks
3 Aboveground Storage Tank (AST) Eligibility
4 Percentage Reduction For Non-compliance with Petroleum Storage Tank (UST) Regulations; Denial for Substantial Non-compliance
5 When the Fund Incurs Liability
6 Contamination Discovered December 22, 1988-July 1, 1989
7 Application Processing Time Clock - Date Filed to Date Submitted for Review by Petroleum Storage Tank Committee
8 Costs Incurred During Contract Scope of Work, and Either Not Approved by the Committee or Not Submitted on the Application, Cannot Be Submitted at a Later Date
9 Markups
10 Imputed Knowledge And Actions
11 Definition of "Properly and Fully Completed Claims for Reimbursement"
12 Transferring Eligibility
13 Maximum Allowable Reimbursement Without an Approved Corrective Action Plan (Repealed on 5/17/2013)
14 Property Owner Applicants
15 State-led Cleanups for Applicants Who Bear No Responsibility for the Release
16 Penalty for Failure to Submit or Implement a Corrective Action Plan
17 USTs Closed in Place Before December 22, 1988
18 Approved costs beyond the $3 million fiscal year aggregate statutory limit
19 Reasonable Cost Guidelines
20 Fund Eligibility for Property Owners Who Obtain Property after June 3, 1992
21 Reimbursement of Tank Closure Costs
22 Procedural Guidelines for Protest Hearing
23 Lender Eligibility
24 Subrogation
25 Legal Representation at Petroleum Storage Tank Fund Protest Hearings
26 Time Limits and Dollar Limits on Applications Submitted for Reimbursement
27 Bid Process for Economic Feasibility Summaries
28 Promissory Agreements
29 UST Removal Reimbursement