COGIS - COA/BMP Information

SRC ENERGY INC           Chalk-Seeley Federal 7-26 Pad           LOCATION ID # 458940           Status: AC        Status Date: 12/05/2018           Location : SWNE 26 6N 66W WELD

COGIS - Conditions of Approval
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Conditions of Approval
Form: (02A )
401623887
11/09/2018
Operator shall post a copy of the approved Form 2A on the location during all construction, drilling, and well completion activities.


COGIS - Best Management Practices
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Form: (02A )
401623887
11/09/2018
Planning
604.c(2)M. Fencing: A meeting with the surface owner will determine a fencing plan. And after this discussion with surface owner, SRC, we will not be doing fencing at this location.
Form: (02A )
401623887
11/09/2018
Planning
804. Visual Impacts: All long term facility structures will be painted a color that enables the facilities to blend in with the natural background color of the landscape, as seen from a viewing distance and location typically used by the public. Maintain appearance with garbage clean-up; a trash bin will be located on site to accumulate waste by the personnel drilling the wells. Site will have unused equipment, trash and junk removed immediately. SRC has agreed to place temporary sound walls on the south, east and southwest sides of the operation to provide for security, sound and visual mitigation to the homes to the south and southeast during activity.
Form: (02A )
401623887
11/09/2018
Planning
604.c.(2)N. Control of fire hazards: All material that is considered a fire hazard shall be a minimum of 25’ from the wellhead tanks or separators. Electrical equipment shall comply with API IRP 500 and will comply with the current national electrical code. 606A.d. Flammable liquids shall not be stored within fifty (50) feet of the wellbore, except for the fuel in the tanks of operating equipment or supply for injection pumps. Where terrain and location configuration do not permit maintaining this distance, equivalent safety measures should be taken.
Form: (02A )
401623887
11/09/2018
Traffic control
604.c.(2)S. Access Roads: The access road will be constructed to accommodate local emergency vehicles. This road will be maintained for access at all times. Traffic will be routed to minimize local interruption. Dust control measures will also be utilized., which we will use Magnesium Chloride to control dust. While the haul route(s) to and from this site are located on paved roads, SRC has agreed to monitor the access road south of AA Street for any fugitive dust and treat with water and/or magnesium chloride during operations.
Form: (02A )
401623887
11/09/2018
Traffic control
RULE 604.c.(2)D: If required by the local government, a traffic plan shall be coordinated with the local jurisdiction prior to commencement of move in and rig up. Any subsequent modification to the traffic plan must be coordinated with the local jurisdiction. Our access permit to location is our notification to Weld County, the city of Greeley, or additional municipality if necessary for approved traffic toutes, and traffic control. All Traffic Plans are approved per our access permit, part of the access permitting process.
Form: (02A )
401623887
11/09/2018
Traffic control
604.c.(2)P. Trash Removal: All trash, debris and material not intrinsic to the operation of the oil and gas facility shall be removed and legally disposed of as applicable.
Form: (02A )
401623887
11/09/2018
Material Handling and Spill Prevention
604.c.(2)F. Leak Detention Plan: Pumper will visit the location daily and visually inspect all tanks and fittings for leaks. Additionally, monthly documented SPCCP inspections are conducted pursuant to 40 CFR 112.
Form: (02A )
401623887
11/09/2018
Material Handling and Spill Prevention
604.c.(2)R Tank Specifications: Tanks will be designed, constructed and maintained in accordance with NFPA Code 30. The tanks are visually inspected once a day for issues, and recorded inspections are conducted once a month.
Form: (02A )
401623887
11/09/2018
Construction
604.c.(3)B. Berm Construction. Tank berms shall be constructed of steel rings with a synthetic or engineered liner and designed to contain 150% of the capacity of the largest tank. All berms will be visually checked periodically to ensure proper working condition. Secondary containment devices shall be sufficiently impervious to contain any spilled or released material. Tertiary containment, such as an earthen berm, will be installed around production facilities.
Form: (02A )
401623887
11/09/2018
Construction
803 Light sources during all phases of operations will be directed downwards and away from occupied structures where possible. Once the drilling and completion rigs leave the site, lighting usually exists on the entrance/exit doors to the LACT units and Instrument Air skids, all for safety. The light fixtures need to be specified as “shine down” with appropriate shields. Lights will also be placed on the inner sides of the temporary sound walls and pointed in a downward direction.
Form: (02A )
401623887
11/09/2018
Construction
604.c.(2).Q. All guy line anchors left buried for future use shall be identified by a marker of bright color not less than four (4) feet in height and not greater than one (1) foot east of the guy line anchor.
Form: (02A )
401623887
11/09/2018
Construction
604.c.(2).E. This will be a multi-well pad.
Form: (02A )
401623887
11/09/2018
Noise mitigation
604.c.(2)A. Sound walls and/or hay bales will be used where necessary to surround the well site during drilling operations. SRC has agreed to place temporary sound walls on the south, east and southwest sides of the operation to provide for security, sound and visual mitigation to the homes to the south and southeast during activity. In the similar discussion, SRC has also agreed to place permanent sound walls around the compressors at the facility once the wells have been placed in the production phase.
Form: (02A )
401623887
11/09/2018
Emissions mitigation
604.c.(2)C.i. Green Completions - Emission Control System: Test separators and associated flow lines and sand traps shall be installed on-site to accommodate green completions techniques pursuant to COGCC Rules. The flowback gas shall be sold or shall be captured and combusted with an Emissions Control Device (ECD), which will be installed and kept in operable condition for least the first 90-days of production pursuant to CDPHE rules. This ECD shall have an adequate capacity for 1.5 times the largest flowback within a 10 mile radius, and will be piped to other or permanent equipment and shall be provided with the equipment needed to maintain combustions where non-combustible gases are present. There is a sales line available, at the first sign of salable quality gas SRC Energy will turn the gas to a sales line.
Form: (02A )
401623887
11/09/2018
Odor mitigation
Rule 805: Oil & gas facilities and equipment shall be operated in such a manner that odors and dust do not constitute a nuisance or hazard to public welfare.
Form: (02A )
401623887
11/09/2018
Drilling/Completion Operations
604.c.(2).K. Pit level Indicators - For the rig pits (steel tanks) we utilize the Pason PVT (Pit Volume Totalizer) system in conjunction with the EDR (Electronic Depth Recorder) systems on both rigs which incorporate digital recording of pit volumes, settable alarms for gain and loss so we are able to track the pit volumes. These items are standard on a 5K system which is what we are permitting for.
Form: (02A )
401623887
11/09/2018
Drilling/Completion Operations
604.c.(2).O. Drilling and Completion-All loadlines shall be bullplugged or capped.
Form: (02A )
401623887
11/09/2018
Drilling/Completion Operations
SRC will comply with all MLVT policies and requirements for this pad.
Form: (02A )
401623887
11/09/2018
Drilling/Completion Operations
604.c.(2)B.i Operator will be utilizing a closed loop system.
Form: (02A )
401623887
11/09/2018
Drilling/Completion Operations
For the OBM system, the base fluid is D822. The fluid is a refined product that has low VOC and BTEX counts. The BTEX counts are trace levels so this provides a much safer work environment as compared to diesel. The product has a reduction in aromatic compounds when compared to diesel so the odor emitted by the fluid is minimal. The flash point is 85°F higher than diesel which increases the overall safety of the product. During our drilling operations we average 5-6 loads of cuttings hauled off per day to a disposal facility. During the platting process of every location, special consideration is payed to the orientation of the rig with respect to surrounding residential units. When possible, the generators will be placed on the far side of location away from surrounding occupied units. Prevailing wind direction is taken into consideration when planning a location in order to mitigate odor, and noise from being a nuisance to the surrounding stakeholders. When possible, the rig is oriented in a way in which residential units are upwind from the location. Hydrocarbon odors from production facilities are minimize and eliminated by keeping all product inside pipe, separators, tanks, and combustors. Uncommon leaks are discovered by frequent FLIR camera inspections and immediately repaired. All tanks are sealed with best available industry thief hatches and gaskets. Tank vapors are captured with properly sized piping and combustors.
Form: (02A )
401623887
11/09/2018
Drilling/Completion Operations
SRC will put steel berms around all of our separators at this location.
Form: (02A )
401623887
11/09/2018
Final Reclamation
604.c.(2)T. Within 90 days subsequent to the time of plugging and abandonment of the entire site, superfluous debris and equipment shall be removed from the site. Identification of plugged and abandoned wells will be identified pursuant to 319.a.(5)
Form: (02A )
401623887
11/09/2018
Final Reclamation
604.c.(2).U. Final Reclamation-The operator shall identify the location of the wellbore with a permanent monument as specified in Rule 319.a.(5). The operator shall also inscribe or imbed the well number and date of plugging upon the permanent monument.