COGIS - COA/BMP Information

GREAT WESTERN OPERATING COMPANY LLC           Postle IC 11-4HN           Well API # 05-123-37821           Status: SI        Status Date: 07/01/2019           Location ID #:433857       SWNW 11 3N 68W WELD

COGIS - Conditions of Approval
COA Search Results - 2 record(s) returned.
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Conditions of Approval
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400434513
08/13/2013
Operator must meet water well testing requirements per Rule 318A.
Form: (02 )
400434513
08/13/2013
1) Submit Form 42 electronically to COGCC 48 hours prior to MIRU. 2) Comply with Rule 317.i and provide cement coverage from end of 7” casing to a minimum of 200' above Niobrara. Verify coverage with cement bond log. 3) Comply with Rule 321. Run and submit Directional Survey from TD to base of surface casing. Ensure that the wellbore complies with setback requirements in commission orders or rules prior to producing the well.


COGIS - Best Management Practices
BMPSearch Results - 6 record(s) returned.
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BMP TypeBMP
Form: (02 )
400434513
08/13/2013
Planning
Bradenhead Monitoring Great Western will comply with the “COGCC Policy for Bradenhead Monitoring During Hydraulic Fracturing Treatments in the Greater Wattenberg Area”, dated May 29, 2012
Form: (02 )
400434513
08/13/2013
Planning
Anti-collision Best Management Practice Prior to drilling operations, Operator will perform an anti-collision scan of existing offset wells that have the potential of being within close proximity of the proposed well. This anti-collision scan will include definitive MWD or gyro surveys of the offset wells with included error of uncertainty per survey instrument, and compared against the proposed well path with its respective error of uncertainty. If current surveys do not exist for the offset wells, Operator may have gyro surveys conducted to verify bottom hole location. The proposed well will only be drilled if the anti-collision scan results indicate that there is not a risk for collision, or harm to people or the environment. For the proposed well, upon conclusion of drilling operations, an as-constructed gyro survey will be submitted to COGCC with the Form 5.
Form: (02 )
400434513
08/13/2013
General Housekeeping
General housekeeping will consist of neat and orderly storage of materials and fluids. Wastes will be temporarily stored in sealed containers and regularly collected and disposed of at offsite, suitable facilities. If spills occur prompt cleanup is required to minimize any commingling of waste materials with storm water runoff. Routine maintenance will be limited to fueling and lubrication of equipment. Drip pans will be used during routine fueling and maintenance to contain spills or leaks. Any waste product from maintenance will be containerized and transported offsite for disposal or recycling. There will be no major equipment overhauls conducted onsite. Equipment will be transported offsite for major overhauls. Cleanup will consist of patrolling the roadways, access areas, and other work areas to pick up trash, scrap debris, other discarded materials, and any contaminated soil. These materials will be disposed of properly and promptly.
Form: (02 )
400434513
08/13/2013
Storm Water/Erosion Control
Storm Water Management Plans (SWMP) are in place to address construction, drilling and operations associated with Oil and Gas development throughout the state of Colorado in accordance with Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). BMP’s will be constructed around the perimeter of the site prior to, or at the beginning of construction. BMP’s used will vary according to the location, and will remain in place until the pad reaches final reclamation.
Form: (02 )
400434513
08/13/2013
Material Handling and Spill Prevention
Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures (SPCC) plans are in place to address any possible spills associated with Oil and Gas operations throughout the state of Colorado in accordance with CFR 112. In accordance with COGCC Rule 1002.f.(2)A. & B., shall provide a designated storage area for dry bulk chemicals and miscellaneous fluids. The storage area shall be covered to prevent contact of precipitation with chemicals, shall be elevated above storm- or standing water, and shall provide sufficient containment to prevent release of spilled fluids or chemicals from impacting soil, surface water or groundwater and will prevent the co-mingling of spilled fluids or chemicals with other E & P Waste.
Form: (02 )
400434513
08/13/2013
Noise mitigation
Noise levels will be maintained at levels not to exceed COGCC specifications currently in existence, measured at a point 350’ from the noise source, or as defined by current COGCC regulations. Where possible, drilling rig engine exhaust will be vented away from occupied buildings. Light sources will likewise be directed downwards, and away from occupied structures where possible. No special noise mitigation efforts should be required at this site. Once the drilling and completion rigs leave the site, there will be no permanently installed lighting on site.