COGIS - COA/BMP Information

PETROLEUM RESOURCE MANAGEMENT CORP.           WPU-36 1V-H1           Well API # 05-081-07799           Status: PR        Status Date: 02/01/2019           Location ID #:436485       19 36 11N 89W MOFFAT

COGIS - Conditions of Approval
COA Search Results - 17 record(s) returned.
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Conditions of Approval
Form: (02 )
400443819
03/20/2014
(1) COMPLIANCE WITH THE MOST CURRENT REVISION OF THE NORTHWEST COLORADO NOTIFICATION POLICY IS REQUIRED. (2) PRODUCTION CASING CEMENT SHALL EXTEND FROM THE PRODUCTION CASING SHOE TO 200’ ABOVE THE SURFACE CASING SHOE TO COMPLY WITH RULES 209. AND 317.I. FOR SEGREGATION OIL, GAS, AND FRESH WATER BEARING ZONES AND PROTECT COAL SEAMS. PRODUCTION CASING CEMENT COVERAGE VERIFICATION BY CBL IS REQUIRED.
Form: (04 )
400784356
02/18/2015
1) Operator shall comply with the most current revision of the Northwest Notification Policy. See attached notice. 2) Operator shall provide cement coverage from the First String (9-5/8" first intermediate casing) shoe to a minimum of 200' above the surface casing shoe to provide isolation of all Cretaceous (including Mesaverde Group and Lewis) oil, gas, and water-bearing sandstone and coalbed formations that are not otherwise covered by surface casing.  Verify First String (9-5/8" first intermediate casing) cement coverage with a cement bond log.
Form: (04 )
400893994
09/02/2015
Operator shall provide containment berming for the temporary cuttings storage area.
Form: (04 )
401039188
05/25/2016
1) Comply with all requirements of Rule 912, including monthly reporting of flared volumes (on Form 7) and notifications to local emergency dispatch or the local government designee. 2) This approval is valid for the duration of the productivity test described on this Form 4 (Sundry Notice). A new Form 4 request to flare is required in the future if the operator determines that it is necessary to flare gas following the productivity test. Any new request shall include all information specified in COGCC’s "Notice to Operators, Rule 912 Venting or Flaring Produced Natural Gas - Statewide." 3) Comply with any Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Air Pollution Control Division rules or requirements for all atmospheric discharges. 4) An enclosed flare shall be used, unless an open flare is specifically allowed by CDPHE’s Regulation 7. 5) Within 30 days of commencement of the productivity test: collect a new gas sample for laboratory analysis of hydrogen sulfide and submit a new Form 4 with the laboratory results. Analysis attachments to the new Form 4 shall be a PDF copy of the laboratory data sheet and an Electronic Data Deliverable (EDD) prepared by the laboratory in the format specified on COGCC’s website, located in Help => Environmental => COGCC EDD Information.
Form: (02 )
401084761
12/28/2016
1)Operator shall comply with the most current revision of the Northwest Notification Policy.
Form: (04 )
401098034
09/12/2016
1) Comply with all requirements of Rule 912, including monthly reporting of flared volumes (on Form 7) and notifications to local emergency dispatch or the local government designee. 2) Submit annual updates (requests to flare) to COGCC on Form 4s (Sundry Notices),including all information specified in COGCC’s "Notice to Operators, Rule 912 Venting or Flaring Produced Natural Gas - Statewide." 3) Comply with any Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Air Pollution Control Division rules or requirements for all atmospheric discharges. 4) An enclosed flare shall be used, unless an open flare is specifically allowed by CDPHE’s Regulation 7.
Form: (02 )
401084761
12/28/2016
The moisture content of water/bentonite-based mud (WBM) generated cuttings during drilling that will be managed onsite, shall be kept as low as practicable to prevent accumulation of liquids greater than de minimis amounts. After drilling and completion operations have been completed, any of the WBM drill cuttings that will remain on the well pad location (cuttings management area, the cut portion of the pad, cuttings trench, dry cuttings drilling pit), must meet the applicable standards of Table 910-1. No offsite disposal of cuttings to another oil and gas location shall occur without prior approval of a Waste Management Plan (submitted via a Form 4 Sundry Notice) specifying disposal location and waste characterization method. Operator has indicated that onsite disposal of cuttings in a cuttings trench will be the method of disposal for all WBM-generated drill cuttings. A closed loop system must be implemented during drilling (as indicated on the Form 2 and Form 2A). If oil based mud (OBM) is used during drilling of the horizontal production interval of the well borehole, then the drill cuttings must be managed separately from the water/bentonite-based mud (WBM) generated cuttings. All cuttings generated during drilling with OBM must be segregated from water/bentonite based mud-(WBM-) generated drill cuttings and placed separately on the well pad. All OBM-generated drill cuttings must be kept in tanks/containers, or placed on a lined/bermed portion of the well pad; prior to disposition. The moisture content of any OBM-generated drill cuttings in a tank, cuttings containment area, or pile shall be as low as practicable to prevent accumulation of liquids greater than de minimis amounts. The operator had indicated that ‘Cuttings Disposal’ will be “OFFSITE” and that the ‘Cuttings Disposal Method’ will be “DISPOSAL FACILITY” (as shown in the ‘DRILLING WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM SECTION’ of the previously approved [03-20-14] Form 2A#400443835; however, the recently refilled Form 2#401084761, indicated that ‘Cuttings Disposal’ will be “ONSITE” and that the ‘Cuttings Disposal Method’ will be “CUTTINGS TRENCH” (as shown in the ‘DRILLING WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM SECTION’). All liners associated with oil-based drilling mud and OBM-generated drill cuttings must be disposed of offsite per CDPHE rules and regulations. Any changes to drill cuttings management and disposal at this location will require submittal (via a Form 4 Sundry Notice) and approval of a Waste Management Plan detailing the changes (specifying change in drilling fluids, cuttings characterization methods, cuttings management, cuttings amendment, and onsite disposal location[s]).
Form: (04 )
401147165
11/29/2016
The moisture content of water/bentonite-based mud (WBM) generated cuttings during drilling that will be managed onsite, shall be kept as low as practicable to prevent accumulation of liquids greater than de minimis amounts. After drilling and completion operations have been completed, any of the WBM drill cuttings that will remain on the well pad location (cuttings management area, the cut portion of the pad, cuttings trench, dry cuttings drilling pit), must meet the applicable standards of Table 910-1. No offsite disposal of cuttings to another oil and gas location shall occur without prior approval of a Waste Management Plan (submitted via a Form 4 Sundry Notice) specifying disposal location and waste characterization method. Operator has indicated that onsite disposal of cuttings in a cuttings trench will be the method of disposal for all WBM-generated drill cuttings. A closed loop system must be implemented during drilling (as indicated on the Form 2 and Form 2A). If oil based mud (OBM) is used during drilling of the horizontal production interval of the well borehole, then the drill cuttings must be managed separately from the water/bentonite-based mud (WBM) generated cuttings. All cuttings generated during drilling with OBM must be segregated from water/bentonite based mud-(WBM-) generated drill cuttings and placed separately on the well pad. All OBM-generated drill cuttings must be kept in tanks/containers, or placed on a lined/bermed portion of the well pad; prior to disposition. The moisture content of any OBM-generated drill cuttings in a tank, cuttings containment area, or pile shall be as low as practicable to prevent accumulation of liquids greater than de minimis amounts. The operator had indicated that ‘Cuttings Disposal’ will be “OFFSITE” and that the ‘Cuttings Disposal Method’ will be “DISPOSAL FACILITY” (as shown in the ‘DRILLING WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM SECTION’ of the previously approved [03-20-14] Form 2A#400443835; however, the recently refilled Form 2#401084761, indicated that ‘Cuttings Disposal’ will be “ONSITE” and that the ‘Cuttings Disposal Method’ will be “CUTTINGS TRENCH” (as shown in the ‘DRILLING WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM SECTION’). All liners associated with oil-based drilling mud and OBM-generated drill cuttings must be disposed of offsite per CDPHE rules and regulations. Any changes to drill cuttings management and disposal at this location will require submittal (via a Form 4 Sundry Notice) and approval of a Waste Management Plan detailing the changes (specifying change in drilling fluids, cuttings characterization methods, cuttings management, cuttings amendment, and onsite disposal location[s]).
Form: (04 )
401310554
06/20/2017
1) Comply with all requirements of Rule 912, including monthly reporting of flared volumes (on Form 7) and notifications to local emergency dispatch or the local government designee. 2) Submit annual updates (requests to flare) to COGCC on Form 4s (Sundry Notices),including all information specified in COGCC’s "Notice to Operators, Rule 912 Venting or Flaring Produced Natural Gas - Statewide." 3) Comply with any Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Air Pollution Control Division rules or requirements for all atmospheric discharges. 4) An enclosed flare shall be used, unless an open flare is specifically allowed by CDPHE’s Regulation 7. 5) With the next annual update (request to flare), collect a new gas analysis and submit an Electronic Data Deliverable (EDD) prepared by the laboratory that performed the gas analysis. The EDD shall be submitted in the format specified on COGCC’s website located in Help => Environmental => COGCC EDD Information.
Form: (04 )
401328324
07/12/2017
1) Comply with all requirements of Rule 912, including monthly reporting of flared volumes (on Form 7) and notifications to local emergency dispatch or the local government designee. 2) Submit annual updates (requests to flare) to COGCC on Form 4s (Sundry Notices),including all information specified in COGCC’s "Notice to Operators, Rule 912 Venting or Flaring Produced Natural Gas - Statewide." 3) Comply with any Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Air Pollution Control Division rules or requirements for all atmospheric discharges. 4) An enclosed flare shall be used, unless an open flare is specifically allowed by CDPHE’s Regulation 7.
Form: (02 )
401615881
06/29/2018
A closed loop system must be implemented during drilling (as indicated on the Form 2 and the previously submitted Form 2A # 400443835). All cuttings generated during drilling with oil based mud (OBM) must be segregated from water/bentonite based mud-(WBM-) generated drill cuttings and placed separately on the well pad. All OBM-generated drill cuttings must be kept in tanks/containers, or placed on a lined/bermed portion of the well pad; prior to disposition. The moisture content of any OBM-generated drill cuttings in a tank, cuttings containment area, or pile shall be as low as practicable to prevent accumulation of liquids greater than de minimis amounts. The operator has indicated that ‘Cuttings Disposal’ will be “OFFSITE” and that the ‘Cuttings Disposal Method’ will be “COMMERCIAL DISPOSAL” (as shown in the ‘DRILLING WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM SECTION’ of the Form 2). All liners associated with oil-based drilling mud and OBM-generated drill cuttings must be disposed of offsite per CDPHE rules and regulations. Any changes to drill cuttings management and disposal at this location will require submittal (via a Form 4 Sundry Notice) and approval of a Waste Management Plan detailing the changes (specifying cuttings characterization methods, cuttings management, amendment, and onsite disposal location[s]). The moisture content of water/bentonite-based mud (WBM) generated cuttings during drilling of the surface casing intervals, that will be managed onsite, shall be kept as low as practicable to prevent accumulation of liquids greater than de minimis amounts. Operator has indicated that commercial disposal of cuttings will be the method of disposal for all drill cuttings.
Form: (02 )
401615881
06/29/2018
1)Operator shall comply with the most current revision of the Northwest Notification Policy.
Form: (02 )
401615881
06/29/2018
Operator will insure the wellbore beyond the unit boundary setback is physically isolated and is not completed. In the Operator Comments on the Form 5A the operator will (1) report the footages from the section lines of the bottom of the completed interval (2) describe how the wellbore beyond the unit boundary setback is physically isolated and (3) certify that none of the wellbore beyond the setback was completed.
Form: (02 )
401702596
09/07/2018
1)Operator shall comply with the most current revision of the Northwest Notification Policy.
Form: (02 )
401702596
09/07/2018
COA 11 - A closed loop system must be implemented during drilling (as indicated on the Form 2s and Form 2A). All cuttings generated during drilling with oil based mud (OBM) must be segregated from water/bentonite based mud-(WBM-) generated drill cuttings and placed separately on the well pad. All OBM-generated drill cuttings must be kept in tanks/containers, or placed on a lined/bermed portion of the well pad; prior to disposition. The moisture content of any OBM-generated drill cuttings in a tank, cuttings containment area, or pile shall be as low as practicable to prevent accumulation of liquids greater than de minimis amounts. The operator has indicated that ‘Cuttings Disposal’ will be “OFFSITE” and that the ‘Cuttings Disposal Method’ will be “COMMERCIAL DISPOSAL” (as shown in the ‘DRILLING WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM SECTION’ of the Form 2). All liners associated with oil-based drilling mud and OBM-generated drill cuttings must be disposed of offsite per CDPHE rules and regulations. Any changes to drill cuttings management and disposal at this location (i.e., if cuttings are to be left onsite) will require submittal (via a Form 4 Sundry Notice) and approval of a Waste Management Plan detailing the changes (specifying cuttings characterization methods, cuttings management, amendment, and onsite disposal location[s]). COA 12 - The moisture content of water/bentonite-based mud (WBM) generated cuttings managed onsite shall be kept as low as practicable to prevent accumulation of liquids greater than de minimis amounts. Iif any of the WBM drill cuttings will remain on the well pad location (cuttings management area, the cut portion of the pad, cuttings trench, dry cuttings drilling pit, berms, or use during interim reclamation), they must be sampled and meet the applicable standards of Table 910-1. After the drill cuttings have been amended (if necessary) and placed on the well pad, sampling frequency of the drill cuttings (to be determined by the operator) shall be representative of the material left on location.
Form: (02 )
401702596
09/07/2018
Operator shall comply with Notice to Operators: Interim Reclamation Procedures for Delayed Operations (dated January 5, 2017).
Form: (04 )
401855197
12/05/2018
1) Comply with all requirements of Rule 912, including monthly reporting of flared volumes (on Form 7) and notifications to local emergency dispatch or the local government designee. 2) This approval is valid for the duration of the productivity test described on this Form 4 (Sundry Notice). A new Form 4 request to flare is required in the future if the operator determines that it is necessary to flare gas following the productivity test. Any new request shall include all information specified in COGCC’s "Notice to Operators, Rule 912 Venting or Flaring Produced Natural Gas - Statewide." 3) Comply with any Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Air Pollution Control Division rules or requirements for all atmospheric discharges. 4) An enclosed flare shall be used, unless an open flare is specifically allowed by CDPHE’s Regulation 7. 5) Within 30 days of commencement of flaring: collect a new gas sample for laboratory analysis including hydrogen sulfide and submit a Form 43 to upload the laboratory results to the COGCC Environmental Database. Form 43 instructions are on COGCC’s website under Regulation => Forms => Form 43 COGCC Environmental Database.


COGIS - Best Management Practices
BMPSearch Results - 2 record(s) returned.
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BMP TypeBMP
Form: (02 )
401084761
12/28/2016
Drilling/Completion Operations
The vertical portion has been logged and the horizontal portion of the wellbore will be logged with a measured-while-drilling gamma ray log. The lateral Form 5, completion report, will list and include all of the new logs.
Form: (02 )
401615881
06/29/2018
Drilling/Completion Operations
The vertical portion of the existing well has been logged and the information has been submitted with the Well Completion Form 5 (COGCC Document # 401452762). The new horizontal well bore will be logged with a measure-while-drilling (WMD) gamma ray log. The horizontal Form 5, completion report, will list and include all of the new well logs.