Type of Protective Zoning: Full Capacity Build-Outs & DEP Permits
A gas company might not fully disclose the entirety of a project in their applications for land use permits that they submit to your local government. If your local government requires that applications for certain kinds of gas activity include information about the future of the project and the predicted related infrastructure, it is one way to avoid unwelcome surprises down the road. In addition, if your local government requires that an applicant submit to the township all of the information that the applicant has already submitted to the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, it can be a huge help towards getting a better sense of what the entire project will look like in the end.
Full Capacity Build-outs: Places with that type of language
This includes description and maps which show:
All well-pads, transmission lines, compression stations, processing plants, storage facilities, transportation facilities and other related infrastructure built, planned and anticipated by Applicant or related third-parties ...and intended to serve the Oil and Gas Well that is the subject of the Application
DEP Permit Info: Places with that type of language
Applicant must submit "A copy of any permit and/or permit application issued by or submitted to the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (“DEP”) in connection with the Oil and Gas Well development on the Property."
"Copies of any other permit and/or permit application required by law for operation of the Property for Oil and Gas Well development on the Property."