Marathon Petroleum Company, LP

Marathon Petroleum LP

Permit to Install (PTI) Application Nos. 118-15 and 122-15

 

PTI application No. 118-15 is for the installation and operation of a gasoil hydrotreater (GOHT) feed heater and a GOHT reactor, and is referred to as the “Tier 3 Fuels Project," and PTI application No. 122-15 is for the installation and operation of eight liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) storage tanks and an LPG railcar load rack, and is referred to as the “LPG Storage and Transfer Project.”  The equipment in these applications is to be installed at Marathon Petroleum Company LP’s (Marathon) Detroit Refinery, located at 1300 South Fort Street, Detroit, Michigan. Marathon is also voluntarily reducing other emissions at their facility.  For questions regarding the permit applications please contact:

These permit applications were approved on May 26, 2016.

Project Manager - Andrew Drury, 517-284-6792, DruryA@michigan.gov


Item Description Received Posted  
Application Marathon Petroleum LP Original Application (118-15) 7/24/2015 5/16/2016 View
Application Marathon Petroleum LP Original Application (122-15) 6/17/2015 5/16/2016 View
Supplemental Info Marathon Petroleum LP Application 118-15 Supplement 3/30/2016 5/16/2016 View
Supplemental Info Marathon Petroleum LP Application 122-15 Supplement 8/3/2015 5/16/2016 View
Summary Marathon Petroleum LP Summary 5/26/2016 5/27/2016 View
Final Permit Permit to Install 118-15 5/26/2016 5/27/2016 View
Final Permit Permit to Install 122-15 5/26/2016 5/27/2016 View
Letter Interested Party Letter 5/26/2016 5/27/2016 View
Letter Company Letter 5/26/2016 5/27/2016 View
Document Response to Comments 5/26/2016 5/27/2016 View

Related Links and Helpful Information

  • Marathon NSR Public Notice Documents - View
  • Marathon Complaints and Violation Notices - View
  • Current Air Quality - View
  • Sulfur Dioxide Non-Attainment Area Information - View
  • Michigan Air Permits System - View
  • Michigan's Permit to Install Application Review Process - View
  • A Citizen's Guide to Participation in Michigan's Air Pollution Control Program - View
  • Public Involvement Handbook:  A Citizen's Guide - View
  • Characteristics of the Permit to Install program - View

For webpage issues, contact Gregory Serrano at 517-284-6760 or SerranoG@michigan.gov.