COGIS - COA/BMP Information

KERR MCGEE OIL & GAS ONSHORE LP           PETTINGER PAD 20-18HZ           LOCATION ID # 456090           Status: AC        Status Date: 04/25/2019           Location : SWSE 18 1N 65W WELD

COGIS - Conditions of Approval
COA Search Results - 2 record(s) returned.
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Conditions of Approval
Form: (02A )
401618840
07/19/2018
The Approved Form 2A permit will be posted at the location during construction, drilling, and completions operations.
Form: (02A )
401618840
07/19/2018
The Operator shall submit reference area photos during the 2018 growing season. Photos shall be submitted via a Form 4 Sundry no later than November 1, 2018.


COGIS - Best Management Practices
BMPSearch Results - 25 record(s) returned.
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BMP TypeBMP
Form: (02A )
401618840
07/19/2018
Planning
604c.(2).E. Multi-Well Pads: In order to reduce surface impact, this application is for a 7-well pad.
Form: (02A )
401618840
07/19/2018
Planning
604c.(2).Q. Guy Line Anchors: Guy line anchors will not be used. Base Beams will be used to stabilize the rig and removed after drilling.
Form: (02A )
401618840
07/19/2018
Planning
604c.(2).R. Tank Specifications: A geosynthetic liner will be laid under the tanks on this location and a steel containment will be constructed. Storage tanks will be designed, constructed and maintained in accordance with National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Code 30 (2008 version). KMG will maintain written records to verify proper design, construction and maintenance. All records will be available for inspection by the Director.
Form: (02A )
401618840
07/19/2018
Planning
604c.(2).S. Access Roads: KMG will utilize a lease access road from CR 8 for drilling, completions, and production operations, including maintenance equipment. The road will be properly constructed and maintained to accommodate for local emergency vehicle access.
Form: (02A )
401618840
07/19/2018
Planning
Pad is being constructed adjacent to the existing Pettinger 27C-18HZ well pad in order to consolidate disturbance and maximize efficiency of midstream infrastructure (gas and oil pipelines). A pad expansion of the existing Pettinger 27C-18HZ well pad was not the preferred option because it would require placement of additional facilities equipment in close proximity to Building Units to the south. Expansion of the existing Pettinger 27C-18HZ is also not practical or economic as it would also require a teardown and reconstruction of the associated Facility, which also serves the Pettinger 4NE-18HZX well pad. In lieu of consolidating the new (proposed) facility with the existing facility, a new well pad and facility are being permitted in this application. The new facility and well pad will not have any long-term overlap with the existing, historic well pad and facility.
Form: (02A )
401618840
07/19/2018
Community Outreach and Notification
305.a.(2) A Notice of Intent to Conduct Operations was sent to each building unit owner within the Exception Zone or Buffer Zone Setback. Recipients did not contact KMG. As a part of planning this proposed location, Kerr-McGee held multi-disciplinary Surface Impact Planning Meetings regarding the impacts and mitigations associated with this proposed location. The toll-free hotline number and email for the Anadarko Colorado Response Line will be posted at the entrance to the lease access road for stakeholders during drilling and completion operations at this proposed location. Courtesy Notifications will be sent to impacted stakeholders prior to drilling operations and again prior to completions operations, providing contact information for the Anadarko Colorado Response Line and online resources.
Form: (02A )
401618840
07/19/2018
Traffic control
604c.(2).D. Traffic Plan: Prior to the commencement of operations, the operator will obtain access and ROW permits per Weld County Code and implement COAs or traffic control plans as required.
Form: (02A )
401618840
07/19/2018
General Housekeeping
604c.(2).O. Loadlines: All loadlines shall be bullplugged or capped.
Form: (02A )
401618840
07/19/2018
General Housekeeping
604c.(2).P. Removal of Surface Trash: A commercial size trash bin for removing debris will be located on site. This bin will be for use by all parties affiliated with the operation. Upon completion of operations, the commercial trash bin will be removed from the location and disposed of in an appropriate manner.
Form: (02A )
401618840
07/19/2018
Storm Water/Erosion Control
604c.(2).G. Berm Construction: Kerr-McGee will create tertiary containment by construction of a berm or diversion dike, site grading, or other comparable measures sufficient to further protect the irrigation ditch located 4' East of this proposed oil and gas location. The irrigation pond shown in the aerial photograph used in the location drawing is no longer in existence and was filled in before this permit was submitted
Form: (02A )
401618840
07/19/2018
Storm Water/Erosion Control
604c.(2).W. Site-Specific Measures: KMG maintains a Storm Water Management Plan that assesses erosion control for every KMG operated location. This location will be added to this plan once construction begins. This site will be inspected every fourteen (14) days during construction activities, every twenty-eight (28) days after construction is completed, and after any major weather event.
Form: (02A )
401618840
07/19/2018
Material Handling and Spill Prevention
604c.(2).F. Leak Detection Plan: Automation technology will be utilized at this facility. This technology includes the use of fluid level monitoring for the tanks and produced water sumps, high-level shut offs, and electronic sensors to monitor the interstitial space of double-walled produced water sumps. All automation is monitored by Kerr-McGee’s Integrated Operations Center (IOC), which is manned 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
Form: (02A )
401618840
07/19/2018
Material Handling and Spill Prevention
604c.(2).N. Control of Fire Hazards: KMG and its contractors will employ best management practices during the drilling and production of its wells and facilities and will comply with appropriate COGCC rules concerning safety and fire. KMG will ensure that any material that might be deemed a fire hazard will remain no less than twenty-five (25) feet from the wellhead(s), tanks and separator(s).
Form: (02A )
401618840
07/19/2018
Material Handling and Spill Prevention
606.A.d. Fire Prevention and Protection: KMG and its contractors will employ best management practices during the drilling and production of its wells and and will comply with appropriate COGCC rules concerning fire prevention. Flammable liquids will not be stored within (fifty) 50’ of the proposed wellheads. If storage of flammable liquid is to be conducted within (fifty) 50’ of the wellhead, sufficient safety measures will be implemented.
Form: (02A )
401618840
07/19/2018
Dust control
805.c. Dust: Water will be placed on dirt access roads to mitigate dust as needed. If feasible, magnesium chloride will also be used as needed on access roads to further abate dust. Weld County Road 8 is paved and maintained by Weld County and will therefore not require dust mitigation.
Form: (02A )
401618840
07/19/2018
Construction
604c.(2).G. Berm Construction: A geosynthetic liner will be laid under the tanks on this location and a metal containment will be constructed. Berms or other secondary containment devices will be constructed around crude oil, condensate, and produced water storage tanks and shall enclose an area sufficient to contain and provide secondary containment for 150% of the largest single tank. Berms and other secondary containment devices shall be inspected at scheduled intervals and maintained in good condition
Form: (02A )
401618840
07/19/2018
Construction
604c.(2).M. Fencing Requirements: The completed wellsites will be surrounded with a fence and gate with adequate lock to restrict access to authorized personnel only. KMG personnel will monitor the wellsites regularly upon completion of the wells. Authorized representatives and/or KMG personnel shall be on-site during drilling and completion operationsZ
Form: (02A )
401618840
07/19/2018
Noise mitigation
604c.(2).A. Noise: Sound surveys have been conducted on each rig type and are utilized to anticipate any additional effective noise mitigation once a drilling rig is determined. At a minimum, and pending a safety review after construction of the location, sound mitigation barriers (straw bales) will be placed along the south sides and west sides of the pad location to dampen noise and minimize impact to the nearby residences and to Weld County Road 8 during drilling and completions. Should technological advancements allow for better noise mitigation at the time of drilling and completion operations on this location, Kerr-McGee will re-evaluate the most effective method at that time.
Form: (02A )
401618840
07/19/2018
Odor mitigation
805b. Odors: KMG will comply with the provisions of 805b as deemed applicable. Additional BMPs for the Pettinger 20-18HZ location are: 1) the storage of excess drilling fluid (e.g., fluid not being used in the active mud system) in closed, upright tanks; and 2) the use of an odor neutralizer in the active mud system.
Form: (02A )
401618840
07/19/2018
Drilling/Completion Operations
604c.(2).C. Green Completions: Temporary above ground polyethylene water pipelines will deliver water to location operations from larger trunk lines to reduce truck traffic and minimize air pollution. Pipeline infrastructure is in place prior to completions operations to ensure saleable gas, once hydrocarbons are cut, is sent directly to sales without flaring during flowback Environmental Control Devices or Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Combustors will be used to control working and breathing vapor losses for oil and water tanks.
Form: (02A )
401618840
07/19/2018
Drilling/Completion Operations
604c.(2).K. Pit Level Indicators: All storage tanks used for active drilling operations (used in lieu of pits) contain pit level monitors with Electronic Drilling Recorders (EDR). KMG uses EDRs with pit level monitor(s) and alarm(s) for production rigs. Basic level gauges are used on tanks utilized for the surface rig
Form: (02A )
401618840
07/19/2018
Drilling/Completion Operations
604c.(2).B. Closed Loop Drilling System: KMG will use a closed loop or “pitless” system for drilling and fluid management and will not construct a reserve pit.
Form: (02A )
401618840
07/19/2018
Drilling/Completion Operations
803. Lighting: To the extent practicable, site lighting shall be shielded and directed downward and inward toward operations to avoid glare on public roads and nearby Building Units. [Note if straw bales/walls/panels also help with lights or if using LED]
Form: (02A )
401618840
07/19/2018
Final Reclamation
604c.(2).T. Well Site Cleared: The wellsite will be cleared of all non-essential equipment within ninety (90) days after all wells associated with the pad have been plugged and abandoned.
Form: (02A )
401618840
07/19/2018
Final Reclamation
604c.(2).U. Identification of Plugged and Abandoned Wells: Pursuant to rule 319.a.(5)., once the well has been plugged and abandoned, KMG will identify the location of the wellbore with a permanent monument that will detail the well name and date of plugging.