COGIS - COA/BMP Information

EXTRACTION OIL & GAS INC           Maverick 1-O Pad           LOCATION ID # 460012           Status: AC        Status Date: 12/18/2018           Location : SESW 1 6N 67W WELD

COGIS - Conditions of Approval
COA Search Results - 1 record(s) returned.
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Conditions of Approval
Form: (02A )
401560473
12/18/2018
Operator shall conduct a post-construction survey of the distance from the nearest as-built well and production facility to the nearest Building Unit. These surveyed distances shall be provided to the COGCC via a Form 4 Sundry within 30-days of start of production.


COGIS - Best Management Practices
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BMP TypeBMP
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401560473
12/18/2018
Planning
604.c(2)M. The location will be adequately fenced to restrict access by unauthorized
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401560473
12/18/2018
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. 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 )
401560473
12/18/2018
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. During construction and through the life of this location, Operator may use methods including, but not limited to, watering via water trucks to control fugitive dust. Additionally, the access road will be constructed with aggregate road base material and vehicle speeds will be limited to reduce dust.
Form: (02A )
401560473
12/18/2018
General Housekeeping
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.
Form: (02A )
401560473
12/18/2018
General Housekeeping
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 )
401560473
12/18/2018
Storm Water/Erosion Control
Implement and maintain BMPs to control stormwater runoff in a manner that minimizes erosion, transport of sediment offsite, and site degradation. Co-locate flowlines and/or gathering lines whenever feasible, and mitigate any erosion problems that arise due to the construction of any pipeline(s). Location will be covered under Extraction Oil & Gas’s field wide permit, permit number COR03M013.
Form: (02A )
401560473
12/18/2018
Material Handling and Spill Prevention
604.c.(2)F. Leak Detention Plan: Extraction will monitor production facilities weekly at a minimum to a maximum of daily to identify fluid leaks, including, but not limited to, visually inspecting all wellheads, tanks and fittings. Additionally annual SPCC inspections will be conducted and documented. Annual flowline testing will also occur according to COGCC Rules 1101 and 1102. Inspection and record retention of flowline testing will be in accordance per COGCC regulation. All records will be made available to the COGCC upon request.
Form: (02A )
401560473
12/18/2018
Material Handling and Spill Prevention
604.c.(2)R Tank Specifications: Tanks will be designed, constructed and maintained in accordance with NFPA Code 30 (2008 version). All tanks are visually inspected by the operator weekly at a minimum to a maximum of daily and annual SPCC inspections will be conducted and documented. Inspection and record retention of tank inspections will be in accordance per SPCC regulation. All records will be made available to the COGCC upon request.
Form: (02A )
401560473
12/18/2018
Dust control
805.c. Operator shall employ practices for control of fugitive dust caused by their operations. Such practices shall include but are not limited to the use of speed restrictions, regular road maintenance, restriction of construction activity during high wind days, and silica dust controls when handling sand used in hydraulic fracturing operations. Additional management practices such as road surfacing, wind breaks and barriers may be used.
Form: (02A )
401560473
12/18/2018
Construction
803. Light sources during all phases of operations will be directed downwards and away from occupied structures where possible. Permanent lighting shall be mounted at compressor stations on a pole or building and directed downward to illuminate key areas within the facility, while minimizing the amount of light projected outside the facility.
Form: (02A )
401560473
12/18/2018
Construction
604.c.(2).G. 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 weekly at a minimum to a maximum of daily to ensure proper working condition. Secondary containment devices shall be sufficiently impervious to contain any spilled or released material. No potential ignition sources shall be installed inside the secondary containment area unless the containment area encloses a fired vessel.
Form: (02A )
401560473
12/18/2018
Noise mitigation
604.c.(2)A. Sound walls and/or hay bales will be used during drilling and completion operations. A sound survey will be contucted prior to operations to determine specific locations of walls and/or haybales. Extraction plans to install sound walls on the south and west sides of the pad. Extraction will use the Quiet Fleet, or comparable technology from an alternative vendor, during the completion process. Production equipment may be powered by electricity and, if needed, sound mitigation panels will also be installed around the compressors during production operations to shield sensitive areas.
Form: (02A )
401560473
12/18/2018
Emissions mitigation
Operator will bring new or expand existing gas sales lines, to send salable quality gas immediately down the sales line. If a gas sales line is not available the wells will be shut in and conserved.
Form: (02A )
401560473
12/18/2018
Emissions mitigation
604.c.(2)C.i. Green Completions - Emission Control System. Test separators, associated flow lines and sand traps shall be installed on-site to accommodate green completions techniques pursuant to COGCC Rules.
Form: (02A )
401560473
12/18/2018
Emissions mitigation
604.c.(2)C.iii. Green Completions - Emission Control System. During flowback, production will be sent through a high-pressure separator and into separate sealed oil and water tanks. The tanks will have a dedicated VOC line to capture any vapors. VOC lines are routed at a minimum of 75’ away from the tanks to a combustor to burn. Any sales gas from the separator will be routed at a minimum of 75’ away to an enclosed combustor to burn. This is only until the well cleans up to the point that it can go down the flowline to the production facility.
Form: (02A )
401560473
12/18/2018
Odor mitigation
805. Oil & gas facilities and equipment shall be operated in such a manner that odors do not constitute a nuisance or hazard to public welfare. Operator will utilize advanced oil based mud systems which target the reduction of aromatics.
Form: (02A )
401560473
12/18/2018
Drilling/Completion Operations
604.c.(2)J.i & ii. Backup stabbing valves will be required on well servicing operations during reverse circulation. Valves shall be pressure tested before each well servicing operation using both low-pressure air and high-pressure fluid. The availability and use of oil pipeline at the location will also minimize odor impacts.
Form: (02A )
401560473
12/18/2018
Drilling/Completion Operations
604.c.(2).K. Pit level Indicators shall be used on location.
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401560473
12/18/2018
Drilling/Completion Operations
604.c.(2).O. All loadlines shall be bull plugged or capped.
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401560473
12/18/2018
Drilling/Completion Operations
604.c.(2)B.i. Operator will be utilizing a closed loop system.
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401560473
12/18/2018
Drilling/Completion Operations
Operator certifies that the MLVTs will be designed and implemented consistent with the COGCC Policy on the Use of Modular Large Volume Tanks in Colorado. MLVT Design Package, certified and sealed by a licensed professional engineer, is available upon request.
Form: (02A )
401560473
12/18/2018
Interim Reclamation
Operator shall be responsible for segregating the topsoil, backfilling, re-compacting, reseeding, and re-contouring the surface of any disturbed area so as not to interfere with Owner’s operations and shall reclaim such area to be returned to pre-existing conditions as best as possible with control of all noxious weeds.
Form: (02A )
401560473
12/18/2018
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 )
401560473
12/18/2018
Final Reclamation
604.c.(2).U. 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.