COGIS - COA/BMP Information

NIGHTHAWK PRODUCTION LLC           Steamboat Hansen 8-10           Well API # 05-073-06361           Status: PR        Status Date: 02/24/2017           Location ID #:309655       SENE 10 6S 54W LINCOLN

COGIS - Conditions of Approval
COA Search Results - 6 record(s) returned.
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Conditions of Approval
Form: (02 )
2095799
03/19/2010
1) Provide 24 hour notice of MIRU to Craig Quint at 719-767-8939 or e-mail at craig.quint@state.co.us. 2) If production casing is set ensure cement coverage of Cheyenne/Dakota interval (5250’-4600’ minimum). Run and submit CBL to verify all cemented intervals. 3) If well is a dry hole set plugs at the following depths: 40 sks cement +/- 50’ above the Cherokee, 40 sks cement across any DST w/ show, 40 sks cement 100’ below Cheyenne (5250’ up), 40 sks cement 50’ above top of Dakota (4600’ up), 50 sks cement from 50’ below surface casing shoe up into surface casing, 15 sks cement in top of surface casing, cut 4 ft below GL, weld on plate, 5 sks cement each in rat hole and mouse hole.
Form: (02 )
400293219
08/16/2012
1) Provide 48 hour notice prior to spud via electronic Form 42. 2) If production casing is set provide cement coverage to at least 200’ above shallowest completed interval and across Cheyenne/Dakota interval (5100’-4600’ minimum). Run and submit CBL to verify cemented intervals. 3) If well is a dry hole set plugs at the following depths: 40 sks cement +/- 50’ above the Lansing, 40 sks cement across any DST or significant show, 40 sks cement at 5100’ up, 40 sks cement at 4600’ up, 50 sks cement from 50’ below surface casing shoe up into surface casing, 15 sks cement in top of surface casing, cut 4 ft below GL, weld on plate, 5 sks cement each in rat hole and mouse hole.
Form: (05 )
2238051
01/25/2013
As-drilled GPS must be provided prior to plugging this well.
Form: (04 )
400692351
10/14/2014
1) The flaring of natural gas shall be conducted in accordance with COGCC Rule 912. 2) Notify the local emergency dispatch or the local governmental designee of any natural gas flaring. 3) If flaring will continue more than 6 months, submit updated requests to flare to COGCC on Form 4 (Sundry Notice), which discusses timing to connect to sales line, plans to develop infrastructure, and justification for continued venting/flaring. 4) The operator is required to obtain and maintain any required air permits from CDPHE. 5) The venting or flaring volumes shall be reported by Form 7, Operator’s Monthly Report of Operations.
Form: (04 )
400982437
03/25/2016
1) Submit requests to flare annually to COGCC on Form 4 (Sundry Notice), which discusses timing to connect to sales line, plans to develop infrastructure, and justification for continued venting/flaring. Provide gas analysis including H2S with each Sundry Notice. 2) Venting or flaring of natural gas shall comply with COGCC Rule 912. 3) Report flaring volumes on Form 7, Operator’s Monthly Report of Operations. 4) Notify the local emergency dispatch or the local governmental designee of natural gas flaring. 5) The operator is required to obtain and maintain any required air permits from CDPHE. The combustion device must comply with applicable design destruction efficiency for hydrocarbons.
Form: (04 )
401216593
04/26/2017
1) Venting or flaring of natural gas shall comply with COGCC Rule 912. 2) Submit requests to flare annually to COGCC on Form 4 (Sundry Notice), which discusses timing to connect to sales line, plans to develop infrastructure, and justification for continued venting/flaring. Provide gas analysis including H2S with each Sundry Notice. 3) Report flaring volumes on Form 7, Operator’s Monthly Report of Operations. 4) The operator is required to obtain and maintain any required air permits from CDPHE. The combustion device must comply with applicable design destruction efficiency for hydrocarbons (typically enclosed device 98%).


COGIS - Best Management Practices
BMPSearch Results - 1 record(s) returned.
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BMP TypeBMP
Form: (02 )
400293219
08/27/2012
Construction
Certificate to Discharge Under CDPHE General Permit No. COR-030000 Stormwater Disacharges Associated with Construction Certification No. COR031825 Prior to construction, perimeter controls will be installed utilizing cuttings from the clearing operations. Once the well pad has been constructed a variety of BMP's shall be utilized for the site specific conditions. BMP's to be utilized may include, but are not limited to: -Dirt Ditch/Berm -Erosion Control Blankets -Straw Bale Barrier -Straw Wattles -Seeding -Imported Hard Armor -Check Dams -Culvert/Culvert Protection -Crimped Straw -Silt Fence -Surface Roughening/Surface Rip During construction, each site will be inspected every 14 days and 24-72 hours after any precipitation event causing erosion depending on the current site activities. These inspections will be recorded and maintained on Nighthawk's Stormwater Database/Website. Repairs shall be completed as soon as possible after an inspection reporting BMP repairs are required. Any site specific modifications will be revised on the site plan when implemented at the site. A field wide Stormwater Management Plan (SWMP) for the Jolly Ranch Project Area is located at Nighthawk's office and can be obtained from Nighthawk's stormwater website. Spill Protection Control and Countermeasures (SPCC) plans for the Jolly Ranch Project Area are stored on file at Nightawk's office. The field wide SWMP address SPCC during construction operations.