COGIS - Conditions of Approval Results

   GRAND MESA OPERATING CO    NANA UNIT 1-16   WELL#: 466148   Status:PR as of 10/2/2019   SESE 16 7S 55W LINCOLN COUNTY
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Type Source Conditions of Approval
Best Management Practices
Engineer
04
402160901
9/17/2019
1) Flaring of natural gas shall comply with COGCC Rule 912. 
2) Submit requests to flare annually to COGCC on Form 4 (Sundry Notice), which discusses timing to connect to sales line, plans to develop infrastructure, and justification for continued venting/flaring. 
3) Provide current (< 1 year old) gas analysis including H2S with each Sundry Notice (within 30 days of commencing flaring if not yet reported). 
4) Report flaring volumes on Form 7, Operator’s Monthly Report of Operations.
5) The operator is required to obtain and maintain any required air permits from CDPHE.
6) The expectation for permanent flares controlling separators will be an enclosed combustion device with a 98% design destruction efficiency for hydrocarbons.
7) Notify the local emergency dispatch or the local governmental designee of natural gas flaring.
8) This approval is good for one year. New application must be made prior to 1 year elapsed from start date or sooner if the conditions change.

Engineer
02
401806551
4/1/2019
Bradenhead
Bradenhead tests shall be performed and reported according to the following schedule and Form 17 submitted within 10 days of each test.:
1) All: Within 60 days of rig release, prior to stimulation. If any pressure greater than 200 psi, must contact COGCC engineer prior to stimulation.
2) Delayed completion: 6 months after rig release, prior to stimulation. If any pressure greater than 200 psi, must contact COGCC engineer prior to stimulation.
3) A post-production test within 60 days after first sales, as reported on the Form 10, Certificate of Clearance.

Engineer
02
401806551
4/1/2019
1) Provide 48 hour notice prior to spud via electronic Form 42.
2) Set surface casing to 450’ (5% of PTMD).
3) If production casing is set provide cement coverage to at least 200’ above the shallowest completed interval and across Cheyenne-Dakota interval (from 100’ below Morrison top to 100’ above Dakota top). Run and submit CBL to verify cemented intervals.
4) If well is a dry hole set plugs at the following depths: 40 sks cement +/- 50’ above the Spergen, 40 sks cement +/- 50’ above the Morrow, 40 sks cement +/- 50’ above the Marmaton, 40 sks cement +/- 50’ above the Lansing, 40 sks cement +/- 50’ above any DST w/ hydrocarbon show, 40 sks cement 100’ below Morrison top, 40 sks cement 50’ above Dakota top, 50 sks cement from 50’ below surface casing shoe up into surface casing, 15 sks cement in top of surface casing, cut 4 ft below GL, weld on plate, 5 sks cement each in rat hole and mouse hole.

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Search Results - 2 record(s) returned.
BMP TypeSource BMP
Drilling/Completion Operations
02
401806551
12/7/2018
Per Rule 317.p -- Open-hole Resistivity Log with Gamma Ray Log will be run from TD into the surface casing. A Cement Bond Log with Gamma-Ray will be run on production casing, or on intermediate casing if a production liner is run. The Form 5, Completion Report, will list all logs run and have those logs attached.
Planning
02
401806551
12/7/2018
BMP Plan Grand Mesa Operating, Co. 1700 N Waterfront Pkwy, Bldg 600 Wichita, KS 67206 P - 316-265-3000 F - 316-265-3455 Certification of Discharge under CDPHE COR-030000 Storm water discharges associated with construction permit number (Not yet assigned) Prior to construction, perimeter controls will be installed utilizing cutting from the clearing operations. Once the well pad has been constructed a variety of BMP's shall be utilized for the site specific conditions. BMP's to be utilized may include, but are not limited to: -Dirt berms -Erosion control blankets -Straw bale barrier -Straw wattle -Check dams -Culvert/Culvert Protection -Silt Fence -Surface roughening/Surface rip Storm Water Management Plan (SWMP) is on file in Grand Mesa Operating, Co office. Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure Plan is on file in Grand Mesa Operating, Co. office.