COGIS - COA/BMP Information

KINDER MORGAN CO2 CO LP           DC 16           Well API # 05-033-06185           Status: DG        Status Date: 06/23/2019           Location ID #:463480       NWNE 18 40N 17W DOLORES

COGIS - Conditions of Approval
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Conditions of Approval
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401875023
03/22/2019
1) Follow CO2 venting and monitoring procedures as per procedure prepared by Kinder Morgan, dated June 26, 2014 REV3 and approved by the COGCC Field Inspection Unit. 2)Operator shall provide cement coverage from the First String (7 5/8” casing) shoe to a minimum of 200' above the surface casing shoe to provide isolation of all Permian (Cutler) or other oil, gas, and water-bearing sandstone and coalbed formations that are not otherwise covered by surface casing. Verify First String (7 5/8" casing) and First Liner (4 ½” liner) cement coverage with a cement bond log. 3) If borehole problems occur while drilling and an unplanned sidetrack is required, the following shall apply: a.) Before proceeding, contact the COGCC Regional Engineer for SW Colorado for verbal approval and provide an explanation as to what happened to the original borehole and what the plan is for the sidetrack. Contact Information: Alicia Duran – SW Regional Engineer 303-894-2100 x 5690 303-548-7396 cell Alicia.duran@state.co.us b.) Adhere to the instructions provided in the “UNPLANNED Sidetrack While Drilling: Approval and Reporting Process – Southwestern Colorado San Juan Basin ONLY” that can be found on the COGCC website. At the COGCC Web Site Forms Form 2-Permit to Drill Instructions 4) Contact COGCC SW Regional Engineer – Alicia Duran when encountering a well control issue, unexpected water flows, and unexpected Hydrogen Sulfide.


COGIS - Best Management Practices
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401875023
03/22/2019
Planning
Kinder Morgan coordinates fire mitigation with the Dolores County Sherrif's Department and local volunteer Fire and Resuce Departments. Any material not in use that might constitute a fire hazard will be removed a minimum of 25 feet from the well head. Any electrical installations inside bermed areas will comply with API 500 classifications and comply with the current national electrical code as adopted by the State of Colorado.
Form: (02 )
401875023
03/22/2019
Traffic control
Kinder Morgan addresses road use and traffic control specific to the DC-16 well through the Dolores County permitting process, as well as an Agreement between Kinder Morgan and the Dolores County Road and Bridge Department. Kinder Morgan will consult with the County Road and Bridge Supervisor to ensure that all county related traffic concerns are addressed. All access roads are fully compliant with local county road standards. Access roads are composed of compacted gravel. The well is covered by Kinder Morgan's Doe Canyon State Highway Access Permit and Method of Handling Traffic plan currently on file with CDOT.
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401875023
03/22/2019
General Housekeeping
Erosion control barriers, namely fiber wattles, will be placed at the edge of disturbance where necessary. Care will be taken to avoid disturbance outside of the project area unless it is deemed necessary for equipment stability and fire safety. During the construction, drilling and completion phases, on-site trash dumpsters are emptied regularly by the local waste management company. Steel ranch fencing will be placed around the well head after the well is drilled. Once the well is tied-in, the fencing will be removed. The proposed well location will be drilled using a closed loop system and will therefore not use open pits. During drilling and completion operations, safety officers are present on location to ensure that livestock, wildlife and unauthorized personnel do not enter the location. Following completion, the only items present on the well pad are the well head, above ground pipeline junction and possible glycol skid.
Form: (02 )
401875023
03/22/2019
Storm Water/Erosion Control
Diversion ditches will be implemented to divert stormwater run-on and run-off around the well pad. Compacted earthen berms will also be utilized to control stormwater runon and run-off. Tackifier will be added to the stored topsoil piles and all slopes to prevent erosion. Stockpiled soils will have slopes not greater than 3:1. Stormwater BMP's will be maintained/amended by Kinder Morgan as site conditions change throughout the construction and reclamation process.
Form: (02 )
401875023
03/22/2019
Material Handling and Spill Prevention
The use of a closed-loop drilling system will reduce the amount of waste produced and water used during drilling operations. Solid cuttings will be disposed of at a permitted commercial solid waste facility. Water that can no longer be reused or recycled will be disposed of at a permitted Class I disposal well. Sufficiently impervious containment devices will be constructed around any condensate and produced water tanks. The containment devices will be sufficiently impervious to contain any spilled or released material. All containment devices will be inspected at regular intervals and maintained in good condition. Tanks are designed to meet all API 650 guidelines.
Form: (02 )
401875023
03/22/2019
Construction
All equipment will be stored within the right-of-way (ROW) area of disturbance. Top soil will be removed to create a level pad for drilling and access road. Vegetation that does not need to be removed will be avoided during construction and removed vegetation will be cut near ground level, leaving the root system intact, except where permanent facilities, roads, or ROW's and well pads require the complete removal of vegetation.
Form: (02 )
401875023
03/22/2019
Noise mitigation
During normal operations, the well will remain within COGCC regulations for noise. However, during the construction phase of the project, this standard may occaisionally be exceeded.
Form: (02 )
401875023
03/22/2019
Emissions mitigation
Non-flammable CO2 will be produced from the Leadville formation and thus green completion per Rule 805.b.(3) does not apply. All CO2 wells are equipped with a CO2 leak detection monitor during drilling.
Form: (02 )
401875023
03/22/2019
Drilling/Completion Operations
Blowout preventer equipment (BOPE) complies with COGCC equipment regulations. Mineral Management certification or Director approved training for blowout prevention has been conducted for at least one person at the well site during drilling operations. Kinder Morgan conducts a BOPE test and files a 24-hour notice (Form 42) after each casing emplacement and/or every 30-days. Adequate blowout prevention equipment is used on all well servicing operations. Backup stabbing valves are used on well servicing operations during reverse circulation and are pressure tested before each well servicing operation using bothlow-pressure air and high-pressure fluid. No pits are present at this well site.
Form: (02 )
401875023
03/22/2019
Drilling/Completion Operations
Open-Hole Resistivity Log with Gamma Ray Log will be run from TD into the production or intermediate casing. A cased hole Pulsed Neutron log will be run on production casing, or on intermediate casing into the surface casing. A CBL log will be run to surface. Kinder Morgan will use a mudlogger and produce a mudlog from the surface to TD. The Form 5 Completion Report will list all logs run and have those logs attached. 317.p. exception request letter attached.
Form: (02 )
401875023
03/22/2019
Interim Reclamation
This location is currently classified as 'Rangeland'. Surface roughening, surface contouring, seeding and weed control will be employed to facilitate vegetation reestablishment. A standard stabilized "Working Area" 150 feet by 360 feet in size will be maintained as level, graveled and weed-free for maintenance/workover activities. The area surrounding the Working Area will be returned to rangeland and re-seeded with a surface owner approved seed mix.
Form: (02 )
401875023
03/22/2019
Final Reclamation
All disturbed areas that are not necessary for operational procedures will be restored to at least 80 percent of pre-disturbance vegetative cover.