COGIS - COA/BMP Information

HIGHPOINT OPERATING CORPORATION           Fox Creek 28 SWSE           LOCATION ID # 444377           Status: AC        Status Date: 05/02/2019           Location : SWSE 28 12N 63W WELD

COGIS - Conditions of Approval
COA Search Results - 2 record(s) returned.
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Conditions of Approval
Form: (02A )
400859101
12/18/2015
Operator shall provide notice to COGCC 48 hours prior to commencing construction of this Oil and Gas Location via Form 42. Please note that this notice is now required under Rule 316C.c.
Form: (02A )
400859101
12/18/2015
Unnecessary or excessive flaring is prohibited. Operator shall direct all salable quality gas to a sales line as soon as practicable or be shut in and conserved per Rule 805.b.(3)B.v.


COGIS - Best Management Practices
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BMP TypeBMP
Form: (02A )
401746915
11/05/2018
Emissions mitigation
HighPoint will act in accordance with Rule 912 which prohibits unnecessary or excessive flaring from a well, first sign of salable quality gas will be piped to a sales line.
Form: (02A )
401746915
11/05/2018
Drilling/Completion Operations
MATERIAL HANDLING, STORMWATER MANAGEMENT AND SPILL CONTROL • Material handling and spill prevention procedures and practices will be followed to help prohibit discharges to surface waters. • Proper loading, and transportation procedures to be followed for all materials to and from locations. • Use drip pans, sumps, or liners where appropriate • Properly dispose of any wastes fluids and other materials at properly authorized offsite disposal or recycling facilities • Utilize berms and/or other forms of diversions around tanks, drums, chemicals, liquids, pits, impoundments, or well pads. • Limit the amount of land disturbed during construction of pad, access road, and facilities • Pad and access road to be designed to minimize erosion • Install appropriate erosion control devices where necessary to minimize and/or control erosion • Conduct routine inspections of sites and stormwater controls measures in accordance with the requirements of the CDPHE. • Complete repair, maintenance or installation of new stormwater control measures in accordance with the requirements of the CDPHE and as necessary to minimize and/or control erosion and transport of sediment off location. • Develop and implement a Spill Response, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan in accordance with 40 CFR Part 112 • Intall secondary containment around tanks, drums, and storage areas to prohibit discharges to surface waters in accordance with 40 CFR Part 112. Alternatively general secondary containment may be provided around the entire perimeter of the location when containment structures are not feasible in immediate vicinity of storage vessels. SELF INSPECTION, MAINTENANCE, AND HOUSEKEEPING • All HighPoint employees are trained in spill response, good housekeeping, material management practices, and procedures for equipment and container washing annually • Conduct stormwater inspections per applicable stormwater regulations and HighPoint's Stormwater Management Plan (SWMP) • Conduct routine informal inspections of all tanks and storage facilities at least weekly • All containment areas are to be inspected weekly or following a heavy rain event. • Excessive precipitation accumulation within secondary containment that materially impacts storage capacity containment structure will be removed as appropriate and disposed of properly. • All structural berms, dikes, and containment will be inspected periodically to ensure they are functioning as designed. SPILL RESPONSE • Spill response procedures as per the applicable SPCC Plan and/or HighPoint Operating Corporation Emergency Response Plan and Incident Reporting Policy.
Form: (02A )
401746915
11/05/2018
Drilling/Completion Operations
HIGHPOINT GENERAL PRACTICES (Drilling/Completion Operations) NOTIFICATIONS • Proper notifications required by COGCC regulations or policy memos will be adhered to. TRENCHES/PITS/TEMPORARY FRAC TANKS • Unlined pits will not be constructed. • Drill cuttings will be put to beneficial reuse on location, hauled to an approved spread field for beneficial reuse, or hauled to a properly authorized 3rd party disposal facility. Disposal and beneficial reuse methods will comply with COGCC regulations, policy,and guidance. • Flowback and stimulation fluids from the wells being completed will be sent to tanks and/or filters to allow sand and sediment to settle out before the fluids are hauled to a state-approved disposal facility. · Temporary frac tanks installed on location will have proper secondary containment according to SPCC regulations such as either putting a perimeter berm around location or around the frac tanks. VEHICLE & LOCATION PROCEDURES • Vehicles entering location shall be cleaned to the extent necessary to prevent deposit of chemicals, oil, noxious weeds, trash, and debris on location. • Location to be treated to kill weeds and regraded when necessary to maintain proper drainage