A revised Southeast Louisiana Area Contingency Plan has been approved by the US Coast Guard and the State of Louisiana. It can be accessed at www.uscg.mil/d8/mso/morgancity/portops/portops.htm. The document is available in both Word and Acrobat formats. Your oil spill response plans (aka OPA90 plans, or ICPs) must be consistent with the applicable ACPs, as described below.
33 CFR � 154.1030 General response plan contents. (applicable to marine dock facilities)
(f) The information contained in a response plan must be consistent with the National Oil and Hazardous Substances Pollution Contingency Plan (NCP) (40 CFR part 300) and the Area Contingency Plan(s) (ACP) covering the area in which the facility operates. Facility owners or operators shall ensure that their response plans are in accordance with the ACP in effect 6 months prior to initial plan submission or the annual plan review required under � 154.1065(a). Facility owners or operators are not required to, but may at their option, conform to an ACP which is less than 6 months old at the time of plan submission.
49 CFR �194.107 General response plan requirements. (applicable to DOT pipelines)
(c) Each response plan must be consistent with the National Contingency Plan (NCP) (40 CFR part 300) and each applicable Area Contingency Plan (ACP). An operator must certify that it has reviewed the NCP and each applicable ACP and that its response plan is consistent with the existing NCP and each existing applicable ACP.