COGIS - Complaint Reports

Form 18/18A                                                    Related   Doc
Date Rec'd: 6/1/2010 Method Received:   
DocNum: 200252612 Routed to Agency:  
Complaint Type: API number:   05-123-13044

Complainant Information

Name: Tim Iverson
Address: 5011 F Street  Greeley , CO 80631
Date Received: 6/1/2010
Connection to Incident: Land owner

Description of Complaint:

Operator: NOBLE ENERGY INC
Oper. No.

100322

Date of Incident: 6/1/2010
Type of Facility: WELL
Well Name/No.  
County Name: WELD
Operator contact:
qtrqtr: NESW section: 34 township: 6N range: 66W meridian: 1


Complaint Issue
Issue:     SURFACE WATER Assigned To:    John Axelson Status:     Resolved     7/29/2010
Description: Complainant says there is standing water at wellhead and tank battery that is dark in color and unusual compared to what he's seen in the past. Possible hydrocarbon sheen on water. He is concerned about possible leak.
Resolution: Analytical results of the water sample document no detectable concentrations of VOCs and no semi-VOCs detected above reporting limit. Results for inorganics confirmed the brackish water conditions and were overall much lower than produced water from the NB-CD. Noble performed a bradenhead test on the well that did not indicate any leaks or problems with well integrity. Noble replaced the dripping valve at the wellhead. Based on the results there is no evidence of a spill or release of produced fluids from the Lucero 1-34.
Letter Sent?:     Y Report Links:     

Other Notifications
Date:    6/3/2010 Agency:    COGCC Contact:    John Axelson
Response or Details
Inspected location and did not observe any leaks or spills associated with the tank battery or treater. Still a dripping valve at wellhead resulting in puddle of water at base. Water next to treater appears to be stormwater accumulated in topographic low area from recent heavy rains. Poudre River has also recently been flowing out of it's banks resulting in saturated soil conditions. Water has been receding into low area resulting in brackish conditions with tannin color. No distressed vegetation or hydrocarbon sheen noted. Sample collected by Terracon and submitted to Test America. Results pending.
 

Final Resolution
Date Case Closed? Letter Sent? COGCC person
7/29/2010 Y John Axelson

Analytical results of the water sample document no detectable concentrations of VOCs and no semi-VOCs detected above reporting limit. Results for inorganics confirmed the brackish water conditions and were overall much lower than produced water from the NB-CD. Noble performed a bradenhead test on the well that did not indicate any leaks or problems with well integrity. Noble replaced the dripping valve at the wellhead. Based on the results there is no evidence of a spill or release of produced fluids from the Lucero 1-34.




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