COGIS - Conditions of Approval Results

   CONFLUENCE DJ LLC    Judy 34   LOCATION#: 449244   Status:AC as of 1/12/2021 7:57:22 PM   SWSW 34 1N 65W WELD COUNTY
Search Results - 6 record(s) returned.
Type Source Conditions of Approval
Best Management Practices
Agency
02A
401960745
7/23/2019
Interim reclamation requirements apply following the completion of the appraisal well. 

Agency
02A
401960745
7/23/2019
After completion of the appraisal process, provide MIRU notice as described in Rule 305.h. to all Building Unit owners within 1,500' of the oil and gas location prior to returning to the well site to drill and complete the horizontal wells.

OGLA
02A
401960745
7/9/2019
Green Completions -Test separators and associated flow lines, sand traps and emission control systems shall be installed on-site to accommodate green completions techniques. When commercial quantities of salable quality gas are achieved at each well, the gas shall be immediately directed to a sales line or shut in and conserved. If a sales line is unavailable or other conditions prevent placing the gas into a sales line, the operator shall not produce the wells without an approved variance per Rule 805.b.(3)C.

OGLA
02A
401305723
7/31/2017
The Approved Form 2A permit will be posted at the location during construction, drilling, and completions operations.

OGLA
02A
401092732
1/18/2017
The Approved Form 2A permit will be posted at the location during construction, drilling, and completions operations.

OGLA
02A
401092732
11/17/2016
Form 2A is being rejected per Operator request. Operator is changing the well count, which will require three or more attachments to be replaced, meeting the COGCC rejection policy for the Form 2A.

COGIS - Best Management Practices COGIS - Best Management Practices Results

Search Results - 57 record(s) returned.
BMP TypeSource BMP
Construction
02A
401092732
12/6/2016
Rule 604.c.(2).E. This will be a multi-well pad. Rule 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, there will be no permanently installed lighting on site. 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. Rule 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
Drilling/Completion Operations
02A
401092732
12/6/2016
Rule 604.c.I: Upon initial rig-up and at least once every thirty (30) days during drilling operations thereafter, pressure testing of the casing string and each component of the blowout prevention equipment including flange connections shall be performed to seventy percent (70%) of working pressure or seventy percent (70%) of the internal yield of casing, whichever is less. Pressure testing shall be conducted and the documented results shall be retained by the operator for inspection by the Director for a period of one (1) year. Activation of the pipe rams for function testing shall be conducted on a daily basis when practicable. Rule 604.c.(2)L. Closed chamber drill stem tests shall be allowed. All other drill stem tests shall require approval by the Director. None planned for this well. Rule 604.c.(2).K. Drilling and Completion- Pit level Indicators shall be used on location. No pit is planned on this location. Rule 604.c.(2).O. Drilling and Completion-All loadlines shall be bullplugged or capped. Rule 604.c.(2)J.ii Backup stabbing valves 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. BOPE for well servicing operations: Adequate BOP equipment shall be used. Stabbing valves shall be installed in the event of reverse circulation and shall be prior tested with low and high pressure fluid.
Drilling/Completion Operations
02A
401092732
12/6/2016
Edge Energy LLC. hereby certifies to the Director that the Modular Large Volume Tanks, utilized for the afore mentioned location, will be designed and implemented consistent with the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission policy dated June 13, 2014.
Drilling/Completion Operations
02A
401092732
12/6/2016
Edge Energy, LLC. (Edge) has developed Best Management Practices (BMPS) to prevent injuries, property damage or environmental impacts and a Contingency Plan for any Modular Large Volume Tank (MLVT) leak or catastrophic failure of the tank integrity and resulting loss of fluid. These BMPs include, but not limited, by the following: 1) Edge determines MLVT locations based on size of location, nearby surface waters, site visibility, surrounding land use, property lines, onsite traffic, site security, tearaway tank fill connections, topography (high, low, slope, direction), nearby building units, roads, access points, and surface owner requests. 2) Signs shall be posted on each MLVT to indicate that the contents are fresh water and that no E&P waste fluids are allowed. Location and additional signage shall conform to Rule 210. 3) MLVTs will be operated with a minimum of 1 foot freeboard at all times. 4) Access to the tanks shall be limited to operational personnel. 5) Construction and installation of the tank structure, liner and sub-grade shall meet or exceed the manufacturer specifications. Edge follows manufacturer’s Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and will provide these SOPs upon request to the COGCC. 6) Edge will conduct daily, visual inspections of the exterior wall and general area for any integrity deficiencies before, during, and after filling the MLVTs. Edge uses Construction Sign-Off, Site Preparation Sign-Off, Completion Sign-Off, Pre-Fill, and Site Visit checklists to maintain a written record of inspections. However, when the fluid level in the MLVTs is less than two (2) feet and there is no activity going on (i.e. during holidays or a small break between completions), only intermittent inspections will be conducted. Two feet is the safe volume of fluid level that is needed to hold the liner down and keep the MLVT stable. 7) Each location where MLVT’s are used will have its own set of unique site-specific characteristics and associated risks (e.g., rural vs. urban setting, grade of the location, etc.) to be considered in a worst case scenario. These characteristics must be identified and addressed prior to the MLVT construction phase and should be documented in the MLVT construction checklist. Ensuring the safety of our employees, contractors, and the public are a top priority. This can be addressed with the implementation of MLVT pre-construction risk assessment measures to address safety concerns, and minimize environmental impacts and property damage in the unlikely event of a MLVT release. 8) In the event of a catastrophic MLVT failure, the Operator shall notify the COGCC as soon as practicable but not more than 24 hours after discovery, submit a Form 22- Accident Report within 10 days after discovery, conduct a “root cause analysis”, and provide same to COGCC on a Form 4-Sundry Notice within 30 days of the failure. 9) The MLVT shall be constructed and operated in accordance with a design package certified and sealed by a Licensed Professional Engineer either in Colorado or the state where the MLVT was designed or manufactured. 10) COGCC Rules 605.a.(3,5,6,7, and 8), as applicable to tank setbacks at the time of installation shall apply to the siting of this MLVT. 11) All MLVT liner seams shall be welded and tested in accordance with applicable ASTM international standards. Any repairs to liners shall be made using acceptable practices and applicable standards.
Drilling/Completion Operations
02A
401305723
6/13/2017
Light sources during all phases of operations will be directed downward or shielded so no light pollution leaves the facility, should light pollution becomes an issue at any time during the construction, drilling, completion or production of these wells.
Drilling/Completion Operations
02A
401960745
3/5/2019
Light sources during all phases of operations will be directed downward or shielded so no light pollution leaves the facility.
Dust control
02A
401092732
12/6/2016
Rule 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 highwind days, and silica dust controls when handling sand used in hydraulic fracturing operations. Additional management practices such as road surfacing, wind breaks and barriers, or automation of wells to reduce truck traffic may also be required if technologically feasible and economically reasonable to minimize fugitive dust emissions.
Dust control
02A
401960745
3/5/2019
Dust mitigation measures shall include but are not limited to the use of speed restrictions, regular road maintenance, restrictions of construction activities during high wind days, and silica dust controls when handling sand used in hydraulic fracturing operations. The additional access road will be constructed with road base aggregate material. Additional management practices such as road surfacing, wind breaks and barriers may be used. In terms of silica dust controls when handling sand used in hydraulic fracturing operations, Confluence’s vendors will use an advanced Containerized Sand System for proppant delivery, storage on location and ultimately delivery to the Blender and frac fluid system. The containers use gravity (not pneumatics) to drop sand into the blenders sand hopper that drastically reduces dust generation. This system also removes people and equipment from the proppant handling operations during fracturing treatments, drastically reducing exposures and EHS risks to individuals from dust and older sand handling equipment (like conveyor belts). Remote controls are used to open and close sand gates on the bins to further reduce silica dust exposure to workers and scales are used to weigh the boxes so people are not required to open boxes and visually inspect how much proppant is remaining. PPE is worn as required for each job/ task including respirators when exposure to Silica dust require them.
Dust control
02A
401305723
6/13/2017
Dust mitigation measures shall include but are not limited to the use of speed restrictions, regular road maintenance, restrictions of construction activities during high wind days, and silica dust controls when handling sand used in hydraulic fracturing operations. The additional access road will be constructed with road base aggregate material. Additional management practices such as road surfacing, wind breaks and barriers may be used.
Emissions mitigation
02A
401092732
12/6/2016
Rule 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. Edge Energy will have a permanent gas sales line in place prior to starting flowback to handle saleable quantities of gas. Any non-saleable quantities of gas will be thermally oxidized in an emissions control device (ECD). This ECD shall have an adequate capacity for 1.5 times the largest flowback within a 10-mile radius, will be flanged to route gas to other or permanent oxidizing equipment, and shall be provided with the equipment need to maintain combustions where non-combustible gases are present.
Emissions mitigation
02A
401960745
3/5/2019
Green Completions - Green Completions -Test separators and associated flow lines, sand traps and emission control systems shall be installed on-site to accommodate green completions techniques. When commercial quantities of salable quality gas are achieved at each well, the gas shall be immediately directed to a sales line or shut in and conserved. If a sales line is unavailable or other conditions prevent placing the gas into a sales line, the operator shall not produce the wells without an approved variance per Rule 805.b.(3)C.
Emissions mitigation
02A
401960745
3/5/2019
Confluence’s standard facility design incorporates tank level automation which is displayed at a facility monitor board. Lease operators and oil haulers use this monitor to document top and bottom gauges when loading out oil and water which removes the need for opening hatches and manually gauging tank levels.
Emissions mitigation
02A
401305723
6/13/2017
Green Completions - Emission Control Systems: Test separators and associated flow lines and sand traps shall be installed on-site to accommodate green completions techniques pursuant to COGCC Rules where reservoir pressure, formation productivity, and wellbore conditions are likely to enable the well to be capable of naturally flowing hydrocarbon gas in flammable or greater concentrations at a stabilized rate in excess of five hundred (500) MCFD to the surface against an induced surface backpressure of five hundred (500) psig or sales line pressure, whichever is greater. In the absence of a viable gas sales line, the flowback gas shall be thermally oxidized in 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, will be flanged to route gas to other or permanent oxidizing equipment and shall be provided with the equipment needed to maintain combustions where noncombustible gases are present. All salable quality gas shall be directed to the sales line as soon as practicable or shut in and conserved.
Final Reclamation
02A
401092732
12/6/2016
Rule 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) 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.
Final Reclamation
02A
401305723
6/13/2017
Well site cleared: 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.
Final Reclamation
02A
401305723
6/13/2017
Identification of Plugged and Abandoned Wells: Confluence will identify the location of the wellbore with a permanent monument as specified in Rule 319.a.(5). Confluence will inscribe or imbed the well number and date of plugging upon the permanent monument.
Final Reclamation
02A
401960745
3/5/2019
Well site cleared: 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.
Final Reclamation
02A
401305723
6/13/2017
Pursuant to Rule 319.a.(5), once the well has been plugged and abandoned, Confluence will identify the location of the wellbore with a permanent monument that will detail the well name and date of plugging.
Final Reclamation
02A
401960745
3/5/2019
Identification of Plugged and Abandoned Wells: Confluence will identify the location of the wellbore with a permanent monument as specified in Rule 319.a.(5). Confluence will inscribe or imbed the well number and date of plugging upon the permanent monument.
General Housekeeping
02A
401960745
3/5/2019
Fencing: The well site will be adequately fenced to restrict access by unauthorized persons. A permanent fencing plan will be agreed upon by the surface owner and the applicant.
General Housekeeping
02A
401960745
3/5/2019
Removal of Surface Trash: Confluence agrees that all trash, refuse pipe, equipment, liquids, chemicals of other materials that are not necessary for the continued operations of the wells will be removed and disposed of no later than 30 days after completion. No such items will be burned or buried on location.
General Housekeeping
02A
401092732
12/6/2016
Rule 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.
General Housekeeping
02A
401305723
6/13/2017
Fencing: The well site will be adequately fenced to restrict access by unauthorized persons. A permanent fencing plan will be agreed upon by the surface owner and the applicant.
General Housekeeping
02A
401960745
3/5/2019
Guy line anchors: The drilling rig will not require guy lines or guy line anchors.
General Housekeeping
02A
401305723
6/13/2017
Removal of Surface Trash: Confluence agrees that all trash, refuse pipe, equipment, liquids, chemicals of other materials that are not necessary for the continued operations of the wells will be removed and disposed of no later than 30 days after completion. No such items will be burned or buried on location.
General Housekeeping
02A
401305723
6/13/2017
Guy line anchors: All guy line anchors shall be brightly marked pursuant to Rule 604.c(2)Q.
Interim Reclamation
02A
401305723
6/13/2017
Interim Reclamation: Rehabilitation of unneeded, previously disturbed areas will consist of back sloping, and contouring all cut/fill slopes. These areas will be reseeded. The portions of the cleared well site not needed for operational and safety purposes will be recontoured to the original contour if feasible, or if not feasible, to an interim contour that blends with the surrounding topography as much as possible. Sufficient level area will remain for setup of a workover rig and to park equipment. In some cases, rig anchors may need to be pulled and reset after recontouring to allow for maximum interim reclamation.
Interim Reclamation
02A
401960745
3/5/2019
Interim Reclamation: Rehabilitation of unneeded, previously disturbed areas will consist of back sloping, and contouring all cut/fill slopes. These areas will be reseeded. The portions of the cleared well site not needed for operational and safety purposes will be recontoured to the original contour if feasible, or if not feasible, to an interim contour that blends with the surrounding topography as much as possible. Sufficient level area will remain for setup of a workover rig and to park equipment. In some cases, rig anchors may need to be pulled and reset after recontouring to allow for maximum interim reclamation.
Material Handling and Spill Prevention
02A
401092732
12/6/2016
Rule 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.
Material Handling and Spill Prevention
02A
401960745
3/5/2019
Loadlines: All loadlines shall be bullplugged or capped.
Material Handling and Spill Prevention
02A
401305723
6/13/2017
Loadlines: All loadlines shall be bullplugged or capped.
Material Handling and Spill Prevention
02A
401960745
3/5/2019
Berm Construction: A steel containment berm or structure will be erected around the oil and water storage tanks. The berm will enclose an area sufficient to contain and provide secondary containment for 150% of the largest single tank. A liner will be placed under the tanks. The berm will be inspected at least every 14 calendar days while the site is under construction and within 24 hours of a precipitation event. Inspection records will be kept on file for a minimum of three (3) years from expiration or inactivation of permit coverage. These records will be made available to the regulatory agencies upon request. Confluence also installs tank level alarms.
Material Handling and Spill Prevention
02A
401305723
6/13/2017
Berm Construction: A steel containment berm or structure will be erected around the oil and water storage tanks. The berm will enclose an area sufficient to contain and provide secondary containment for 150% of the largest single tank. The berm will be inspected at least every 14 calendar days while the site is under construction and within 24 hours of a precipitation event. Inspection records will be kept on file for a minimum of three (3) years from expiration or inactivation of permit coverage. These records will be made available to the regulatory agencies upon request.
Material Handling and Spill Prevention
02A
401960745
3/5/2019
Leak Detection Plan: To ensure protection for the surface during construction, drilling, completions, and production, the location will be specifically constructed to contain any releases or spills. Secondary containment from any chemical spills or leaks will surround any trucks that carry, mix, or add chemicals to the flow stream as well as connections that could possibly leak fluid. Should any spill or release occur, every reasonable step will be taken to quickly remediate the disturbed area. Once the wells are producing, a pumper will visit the location daily and visually inspect all tanks and fittings for leaks. Additionally, monthly documented SPCCP inspections will be conducted pursuant to 40 CFR §112.
Material Handling and Spill Prevention
02A
401305723
6/13/2017
Leak Detection Plan: To ensure protection for the surface during construction, drilling, completions, and production, the location will be specifically constructed to contain any releases or spills. Secondary containment from any chemical spills or leaks will surround any trucks that carry, mix, or add chemicals to the flow stream as well as connections that could possibly leak fluid. Should any spill or release occur, every reasonable step will be taken to quickly remediate the disturbed area. Once the wells are producing, a pumper will visit the location daily and visually inspect all tanks and fittings for leaks. Additionally, monthly documented SPCCP inspections will be conducted pursuant to 40 CFR §112.
Material Handling and Spill Prevention
02A
401960745
3/5/2019
Control of Fire Hazards: Confluence and its contractors employ best management practices during the drilling and production of its wells and facilities. They will comply with appropriate COGCC and any county rules concerning fire and safety. Confluence will ensure that any flammable material will remain no less than 25 feet from the wellhead(s), tanks and separator(s). Any electrical equipment installations inside the bermed area will comply with API RP 500 classifications and comply with the current electrical code as adopted by Colorado.
Material Handling and Spill Prevention
02A
401305723
6/13/2017
Control of Fire Hazards: Confluence and its contractors employ best management practices during the drilling and production of its wells and facilities. They will comply with appropriate COGCC and any county rules concerning fire and safety. Confluence will ensure that any flammable material will remain no less than 25 feet from the wellhead(s), tanks and separator(s). Any electrical equipment installations inside the bermed area will comply with API RP 500 classifications and comply with the current electrical code as adopted by Colorado.
Noise mitigation
02A
401092732
12/6/2016
Rule 604.c.(2)A. Sound walls and/or hay bales will be used where necessary to surround the well site during drilling operations. Edge Energy will contract a qualified sound consultant to conduct a noise survey and model the specific drilling rig to be used for the drilling operations. Edge will use the results of the model to engineer and implement an adequate design for a noise mitigation program, up to and including the use of engineered sound walls, to be in compliance with COGCC. Baseline noise monitoring and testing will be conducted prior to commencement of construction and dirt work. Sound walls and/or hay bales will be implemented on the east side of the site to shield the building unit within the buffer zone. Both drilling and completion operations will be conducted within these sound barriers. Sound barriers will be placed on the West, South and East.
Noise mitigation
02A
401960745
3/5/2019
Confluence proposes to install temporary, trailer-mounted sound walls to minimize noise and light disturbance to the building units on the southern side of the Judy 34 pad during the drilling and completion of the first well on this pad, the Judy 3-4 directional leasehold/appraisal well. This cycle time to drill and complete this directional well will be minimal (4-5 days to drill, 1 day to frac). Confluence proposes to install more robust engineered sound walls to minimize noise and light disturbance to building units on the southern side of the Judy 34 pad for any subsequent horizontal well development. During frac operations, we will utilize a “Quiet Fleet” that reduces the noise during fracturing operations. We also direct lights during all operations down and to the inside of the pad as much as possible.
Noise mitigation
02A
401305723
6/13/2017
Noise Mitigation: Confluence will abide by all COGCC noise standards for all activities. This particular location is not within a buffer zone, so unless an offsetting landowner requests it, Confluence does not plan to erect any noise mitigation walls during drilling and completion operations.
Odor mitigation
02A
401092732
12/6/2016
Rule 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.
Odor mitigation
02A
401960745
3/5/2019
Odor Mitigation: Confluence will comply with Rule 805 and Department of Public Health and Environment, Air Quality Control Commission, Regulation No. 2 Odor Emission, 5 C.C.R. 1001-4, Regulation No. 3 (5 C.C.R. 1001-5), and Regulation No. 7 Section XVII.B.1 (a-c) and Section XII. They will utilize an Emission Control Devices to reduce odor emissions during production.
Odor mitigation
02A
401305723
6/13/2017
Odor Mitigation: Confluence will comply with Rule 805 and Department of Public Health and Environment, Air Quality Control Commission, Regulation No. 2 Odor Emission, 5 C.C.R. 1001-4, Regulation No. 3 (5 C.C.R. 1001-5), and Regulation No. 7 Section XVII.B.1 (a-c) and Section XII. They will utilize an Emission Control Devices to reduce odor emissions during production.
Odor mitigation
02A
401960745
3/5/2019
Confluence’s primary form of OBM odor control will be a product called ‘Odor Armor’ that is mixed directly into the mud while drilling wells with OBM. Additionally, good housekeeping practices and inventory management will help to mitigate OBM odor. Promptly hauling off cuttings as they are generated will reduce the volume of cuttings on location. Disposal of other trash and rags that have been exposed to oil based mud will also prevent the odor from becoming a nuisance. We will also use solids controls equipment that efficiently handles our cuttings to minimize amount of OBM in our dried cuttings.
Planning
02A
401092732
12/6/2016
Rule 604.c(2)M. Fencing: A meeting with the surface owner will determine a fencing plan. Rule 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. Rule 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.
Planning
02A
401305723
6/13/2017
Confluence is expanding this previously permitted (3 well) multi-well pad which is located in a manner allowing for resource development and extraction while maintaining the highest distances possible from the offsetting existing features. By moving the location to the north, Confluence has moved it out of a Buffer Zone.
Planning
02A
401960745
3/5/2019
Visual Mitigation: Pursuant to Rule 804, the tank battery shall be painted in uniform, non-contrasting, non-reflective color tones with the colors matched to, but slightly darker than the surrounding landscape.
Planning
02A
401305723
6/13/2017
Visual Mitigation: Pursuant to Rule 804, the tank battery shall be painted in uniform, non-contrasting, non-reflective color tones with the colors matched to, but slightly darker than the surrounding landscape.
Storm Water/Erosion Control
02A
401092732
12/6/2016
Use water bars, and other measures to prevent erosion and non-source pollution. Implement and maintain BMPs to control stormwater runoff in a manner that minimizes erosion, transport of sediment offsite, and site degradation. Co-locate gas and water gathering lines whenever feasible, and mitigate any erosion problems that arise due to the construction of any pipeline(s).
Storm Water/Erosion Control
02A
401960745
3/5/2019
Confluence will maintain a Stormwater Management Plan with site specific measures to assess erosion control. Confluence will make thorough inspections, in accordance with the requirements set forth by CDPHE Water Quality Division (WQD). The inspection schedule is as follows: While site is under construction, an inspection is required at least every 14 calendar days; Post storm event inspections must be conducted within 24 hours after the end of any precipitation or snowmelt event that causes surface erosion. Inspection records will be kept on file for a minimum of three (3) years from expiration or inactivation of permit coverage. These records will be made available to the regulatory agencies upon request. Storm water controls will be constructed around the perimeter of the site prior to construction. Confluence utilizes a ditch and berm system of storm water control at its sites. BMP’s used are determined just prior to construction by a third party storm water contractor and may vary according to the location. Storm water controls will remain in place until the pad is stabilized or reaches final reclamation
Storm Water/Erosion Control
02A
401305723
6/13/2017
Confluence will maintain a Stormwater Management Plan with site specific measures to assess erosion control. Confluence will make thorough inspections, in accordance with the requirements set forth by CDPHE Water Quality Division (WQD). The inspection schedule is as follows: While site is under construction, an inspection is required at least every 14 calendar days; Post storm event inspections must be conducted within 24 hours after the end of any precipitation or snowmelt event that causes surface erosion. Inspection records will be kept on file for a minimum of three (3) years from expiration or inactivation of permit coverage. These records will be made available to the regulatory agencies upon request.
Traffic control
02A
401092732
12/6/2016
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. The nearby Building Unit Owner's property access road will not be used by Edge Energy or any companies contracted by Edge Energy. Edge will post an appropriate sign indicating that the nearby BUO driveway is a private road and that no turn-around will be allowed by Edge personnel or its contractors. 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.
Traffic control
02A
401960745
3/5/2019
An access road will be constructed to accommodate local emergency vehicles. This road will be maintained for access at all times. A traffic plan including traffic counts and haul routes were provided as required through the WOGLA process and approved. The haul route includes a state highway and Weld County Road 2, so CDOT and Weld County would have jurisdiction on haul routes in terms of the Judy 34 location.
Traffic control
02A
401092732
12/6/2016
Edge has retained the services of third party contractor to manage traffic control operations. Edge and its traffic control contractor will coordinate with Weld County and Adams county LGDs and county highway departments to provide traffic control plans and acquire the necessary clearances to implement traffic control.
Traffic control
02A
401305723
6/13/2017
An access road will be constructed to accommodate local emergency vehicles. This road will be maintained for access at all times. A traffic plan will be done if requested by Weld County as part of the local permitting process.
Wildlife
02A
401960745
3/5/2019
Wildlife: The proposed oil and gas wells are not within a sensitive wildlife habitat. Confluence, to the extent possible, will not cause significant degradation of wildlife. All open vent exhaust stacks on any production equipment shall be designed to prevent entry by birds and bats and will be equipped to discourage nesting or perching.
Wildlife
02A
401305723
6/13/2017
Wildlife: The proposed oil and gas wells are not within a sensitive wildlife habitat. Confluence, to the extent possible, will not cause significant degradation of wildlife. All open vent exhaust stacks on any production equipment shall be designed to prevent entry by birds and bats and will be equipped to discourage nesting or perching.