COGIS - Complaint Reports

Form 18/18A                                                    Related   Doc
Date Rec'd: 8/30/2010 Method Received:   
DocNum: 200268524 Routed to Agency:  
Complaint Type: API number:   05-123-31420

Complainant Information

Name: Anonymous
Address:   ,   
Date Received: 8/30/2010
Connection to Incident: via sheriff office

Description of Complaint:

Operator: NOBLE ENERGY INC
Oper. No.

100322

Date of Incident: 8/30/2010
Type of Facility: WELL
Well Name/No.  
County Name: WELD
Operator contact:
qtrqtr: NWNW section: 13 township: 7N range: 64W meridian: 1


Complaint Issue
Issue:     SOIL CONTAMINATION Assigned To:    Ed Binkley Status:     Resolved     1/10/2013
Description: Complaint filed via sheriff office suggests discharge of drilling fluids waste 1.2 miles north of WCR 59 and 78.
Resolution: Insepction Document # NO 200268527 "COMPLAINT ISSUES REGARDING MUD DUMPING FOUND AT THIS SITE. PERHAPS THE FRAC SAND WAS OBSERVED AS DUMPING. EXCESS FRAC SAND IS HAULED OFF OR BLENDED IN GRAVEL TO CONTROL BLOWING. DISCUSSED THE OBSERVATIONS WITH SITE SUPERVISOR JOE BRNAK."
Letter Sent?:     N Report Links:     

Other Notifications
Date:    8/31/2010 Agency:    Noble Energy Contact:    Joe Brnak
Response or Details
Visited with an Ensign water hauler and superviser for Noble Energy Joe Brnak on the active site found nearest alleged complaint site. Joe indicates the drilling fluid liquids are hauled to commercial disposal and the drill cuttings are blended with topsoil and used to build new locations. Gravel is also hauled into to pack new locations and control erosion. As well is developed and placed into production the site is reduced and extra gravel and compaction materials removed to build another location.
 
Date:    8/30/2010 Agency:    Noble Energy Contact:    Joe Brnak
Response or Details
Visited with an Ensign water hauler and superviser for Noble Energy Joe Brnak on the active site found nearest alleged complaint site. Joe indicates the drilling fluid liquids are hauled to commercial disposal and the drill cuttings are blended with topsoil and used to build new locations. Gravel is also hauled into to pack new locations and control erosion. As well is developed and placed into production the site is reduced and extra gravel and compaction materials removed to build another location.
 

Final Resolution
Date Case Closed? Letter Sent? COGCC person
1/10/2013 Y Ed Binkley

Insepction Document # NO 200268527 "COMPLAINT ISSUES REGARDING MUD DUMPING FOUND AT THIS SITE. PERHAPS THE FRAC SAND WAS OBSERVED AS DUMPING. EXCESS FRAC SAND IS HAULED OFF OR BLENDED IN GRAVEL TO CONTROL BLOWING. DISCUSSED THE OBSERVATIONS WITH SITE SUPERVISOR JOE BRNAK."




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