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50 Guidelines for Integrating Alternative Jet Fuel into the Airport Setting Table 5. Stakeholder analysis. Stakeholder Information Stakeholder (Name of entity): Role in project: (e.g., airport, airline, feedstock supplier, fuel producer, municipality/local government, public-/private- sector funder) Stakeholder mission Economic Non-economic Is project consistent with mission? (yes, maybe/not sure, no) Explanation Hurdle rate: Describe specific minimum requirements that project must meet to obtain stakeholder's participation Economic Non-economic Does project meet hurdle rate? (yes, maybe/not sure, no) Explanation Stakeholder concerns and risks Economic Non-economic Has mitigation strategy been developed? (yes, maybe/not sure, no) Explanation Actions required to obtain/enhance stakeholder participation Economic Non-economic Has a plan been developed to obtain/enhance stakeholder participation? (yes, maybe/not sure, no) Explanation Stakeholder decision-making process Is the stakeholder's internal and external decision-making process fully understood? (yes, maybe/not sure, no) What needs to be done/who needs to be consulted to understand decision-making process? Explanation 5.2.2 Worksheet 2: Regulatory Considerations Use this worksheet to evaluate the regulatory and environmental review considerations of alternative jet fuel projects. Instructions 1. Use one worksheet for each alternative jet fuel project option under consideration. 2. Note that Table 6 applies to on-airport projects only. If the project is located near-airport or off-airport, Table 6 does not need to be filled out. 3. In Table 6 through Table 8, indicate the likelihood that the project can meet each regulation or consideration: a. If the project is certain to meet the regulation or consideration, check "Meets Regulation/Consideration." b. If the project can meet the regulation or consideration with some extra effort, check "Likely to Meet Regulation/Consideration." c. If the project is unlikely to meet the regulation or consideration even with additional extra effort, check "Does Not Meet Regulation/Consideration." d. If more information is needed to provide an answer, check "Need More Information." 4. Count the total of items checked in each category. 5. In Table 9, summarize the total for Table 6 through Table 8, and count the resulting overall total for Worksheet 2.
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Supporting Materials and Worksheets 51 Worksheet 2: Regulatory Considerations (continued) Table 6. FAA design standards and environmental regulations requiring FAA unconditional approval of an airport layout plan (for on-airport projects only). Option: Does Not Meet Regulation Regulatory Considerations for the Reference Documentation Likely to Meet Regulation Need More Information Proposed Project Meets Regulation Complies with airport design FAA AC 150/5300-1, Airport Design specifications. Does not create obstacles to FAR Part 77, Objections Affecting navigable airspace. Navigable Airspace Meets national standards for fuel National Fire Protection Association servicing at airports. (NFPA) 407, Standard for Aircraft Fuel Servicing Complies with NEPA and applicable FAA Order 5050.4B, National environmental laws or regulations. Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Implementing Instructions for Airport Projects Environmental Desk Reference for Airport Actions Development unconditionally FAA Order 5190-6b, Appendix R, approved on the ALP. Airport Compliance Manual Meets minimum standards for FAA Order 5190-7, Minimum commercial aeronautical activities. Standards for Commercial Aeronautical Activities Existing airport and airside FAA Vision 100 Century of Aviation infrastructure have adequate Reauthorization Act funding.* Existing airport meets FAA RSA FAA Vision 100 Century of Aviation requirements. Reauthorization Act; FAA AC 150/5300-1, Airport Design Existing airport meets FAA Runway FAA Vision 100 Century of Aviation RPZ requirements. Reauthorization Act; FAA AC 150/5300-1, Airport Design Federal share of the project is being FAA Vision 100 Century of Aviation funded with non-primary Reauthorization Act entitlements.* Total *This relates only to fuel storage and is limited to non-primary entitlement airports. 6. Using the total for Worksheet 2 in Table 9, grade each option according to the following guide- lines (see Section 3.5.2 for more details). a. Green: The project can meet all regulations and other considerations. (Only boxes in "Meets All Regulation/Consideration" column are checked.) b. Yellow: The project is likely to meet all regulations and other considerations with some extra effort. (Most boxes in "Meets All Regulation/Consideration" column and only a few in "Likely to Meet All Regulation/Consideration" column are checked.) c. Red: The project cannot meet all regulatory and other considerations. (One or more boxes in "Does Not Meet Regulation/Consideration" column are checked.) 7. Fill in the appropriate circle in the "Green," "Yellow," or "Red" column in the "FAA Regula- tions and Environmental Review" row of "Worksheet 6: Evaluation Summary."
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52 Guidelines for Integrating Alternative Jet Fuel into the Airport Setting Worksheet 2: Regulatory Considerations (continued) Table 7. General land-use compatibility considerations. Option: General Land-Use Compatibility Reference Documentation Does Not Meet Consideration Consideration Consideration Likely to Meet Information Considerations Need More Meets No part of the proposed project is an FAR Part 77, Objections obstacle to navigation as defined by the Affecting Navigable Airspace FAA. Alternative jet fuel infrastructure does not General assessment of ALP lay in an area that is of high risk to damage relative to runways and runway in the event of an accident. approach and potential overshoot zones Alternative jet fuel infrastructure is not located near high-density residential structures, labor-intensive industries, hazardous material storage facilities, power generation or gas distribution facilities, or concentrations of populations unable to function in an emergency. Alternative jet fuel project, including FAA AC 150/5200-33, potential planting and storage of crops, will Hazardous Wildlife Attractants not attract wildlife to the airport that may be On or Near Airports a hazard to aircraft. Total Table 8. General environmental permitting considerations. Option: General Environmental Permitting Reference Documentation Does Not Meet Consideration Consideration Consideration Likely to Meet Information Need More Considerations Meets Permits related to environmental impacts See Section 3.5.1 of alternative jet fuel infrastructure on drinking water, groundwater, storm water, and wastewater are obtainable. Permits related to environmental impacts See Section 3.5.1 of gaseous and other emissions on ambient air standards are obtainable. Permits related to solid waste disposal, See Section 3.5.1 hazardous waste handling and disposal, spill prevention, reporting, and cleanup are obtainable. Permits related to impacts on shared See Section 3.5.1 infrastructure such as roads and railways are obtainable. Total