8 NORTH LLC George West 12S-20-5C WELL#: 455438 Status:XX as of 6/17/2018 8:01:33 PM NWNW 12 11N 62W WELD COUNTY
Search Results - 2 record(s) returned. Type Source Conditions of Approval
Best Management Practices
1) Submit Form 42 electronically to COGCC 48 hours prior to MIRU for the first well activity with a rig on the pad and provide 48 hour spud notice for each subsequent well drilled on the pad. 2) Comply with Rule 317.j and provide cement coverage from TD to a minimum of 200' above the Niobrara. Verify coverage with cement bond log. 3) Oil-based drilling fluid is to be used only after all aquifers are covered. Engineer 02
Bradenhead tests shall be performed and reported according to the following schedule and Form 17 submitted within 10 days of each test: 1) Within 60 days of rig release and prior to stimulation and 2) If a delayed completion, 6-7 months after rig release and prior to stimulation. 3) Within 30 days after first production, as reported on Form 5A.
Search Results - 2 record(s) returned. BMP Type Source BMP Drilling/Completion Operations 02
317.p One of the first wells drilled on the pad will be logged with open-hole Resistivity Log and Gamma Ray Log from the kick-off point into the surface casing. All wells on the pad will have a cement bond log with gamma-ray run on production casing (or on intermediate casing if production liner is run) into the surface casing. The horizontal portion of every well will be logged with a measured-while-drilling gamma-ray log. The Form 5, Completion Report, for each well on the pad will list all logs run and have those logs attached. The Form 5 for a well without open-hole logs shall clearly state “No open-hole logs were run” and shall clearly identify (by API#, well name & number) the well in which open-hole logs were run. Odor mitigation 02
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. Operator is in the process of implementing a new base fluid for Oil Base Mud systems. The aromatics and BTEX concentrations are much less than that of generic diesel. With these two things being the major contributors to the odor from diesel, this should lead to less odor at the drill site caused by OBM.