COGIS - COA/BMP Information

CRESTONE PEAK RESOURCES OPERATING LLC           Pratt 29H-P168           LOCATION ID # 434526           Status: AC        Status Date: 01/07/2019           Location : SESE 29 1N 68W WELD

COGIS - Conditions of Approval
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Conditions of Approval


COGIS - Best Management Practices
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Form: (07 )
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01/23/2012
PROPOSED BMPs
Communication plan for the Pratt 29H location: a. Encana will hold a Community Meeting with the Vista Ridge neighborhood at least 45 days prior to re-entering the Pratt 29H location. The meeting will focus on addressing questions and concerns about all operations at the Pratt site. b. Encana will follow the notification protocol that includes notifying all neighbors within a half mile of the Pratt location via a mailed notice that outlines the phases of activity and critical contact information. This mailed ‘Courtesy Notice’ will be sent 30 days before drilling starts on location. Addresses are to be pulled from the Weld County Assessors website. c. Additional proactive communication to neighbors that Encana will do includes a phone call, email or text (neighbors can choose how to be contacted via Encana.com) within a half mile of the Pratt location, one week before starting construction, drilling and completions activity. d. Encana will utilize the Town of Erie’s website and the Encana page to post the same notices that are sent to neighbors. The Encana activity map will be updated 30 days prior to activity starting on location. Erie’s LGD will also receive all notices and distribute via the Town’s communication system. e. Encana can be reached with concerns and questions via their hotline 866-896-6371; email address communityrelationsUSA@encana.com; and their Encana Community Relations - Erie, Colorado Facebook Page. Encana will respond to most questions left at these channels within 24 hours.
Form: (07 )
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01/23/2012
PROPOSED BMPs
Noise: Will perform a baseline noise survey prior to any operational activity measuring the dBA at a distance of three hundred and fifty 350 feet from the noise source or sound level will be measured at a point twenty-five (25) feet from the structure towards the noise source. In situations where measurement of noise levels at 350 feet is impractical or unrepresentative due to topography, the measurement may be taken at a lesser distance and extrapolated to the 350-foot equivalent using the formula stated in Rule 802. At a minimum Encana will: a. Install 32’ temporary sound walls around the drill pad to minimize noise and light impacts during drilling and completions. b. Install 16’ temporary sound wall along the south side of the access road. c. Additional noise surveys will be completed during major change of operations and shared with COGCC inspectors when requested. d. May place additional noise mitigation at operators discretion after review of noise surveys to ensure sound regulations are being met.
Form: (02A )
400426751
10/04/2013
Planning
Maximize equipment and wellhead setbacks from occupied buildings and residences to the extent feasible and practicable, as determined by Encana. Prior to commencement of any new drilling or completion operations, provide notification to landowners within one-half (1/2) mile of the well-site. Prior to commencement of any new drilling or completion operations, provide to an Erie designated staff member the following for the well-site for informational purposes only, which Encana may revise from time to time during operations: a) A summary of planned operations, including identified access points and operational timeline, for posting to a local community information web-page b) A site plan for site preparation, mobilization and demobilization c) A plan for interim reclamation and vegetation of the site and final reclamation of the site d) A plan for noise, light and dust mitigation, to the extent feasible e) A traffic management plan f) Updates of this information if any change during operations
Form: (02A )
400426751
10/04/2013
Construction
Utilize steel-rim berms around tanks and separators instead of sand or soil berms
Form: (02A )
400426751
10/04/2013
Drilling/Completion Operations
Utilize closed-loop systems for drilling and completion operations to minimize the need for earthen pits Utilize a high-low pressure vessel (HLP) and vapor recovery unit (VRU) for new wells drilled. Encana may remove the VRU system at such time Encana determines that the VRU system is no longer necessary due to reduced emission recoveries and/or efficiencies, but no earlier than one (1) year after the new well is drilled
Form: (04 )
400895496
09/18/2015
General Housekeeping
Any material not in use that might constitute a fire hazard will be removed a minimum of twenty-five (25) feet from the wellhead, tanks and separator. Any electrical equipment installations inside the bermed area will comply with API RP 500 classifications and comply with the current national electrical code as adopted by the State of Colorado.
Form: (04 )
400895496
09/18/2015
General Housekeeping
All surface trash, debris, scrap or discarded material connected with the operations of the property shall be removed from the premises or disposed of in a legal manner.
Form: (04 )
400895496
09/18/2015
General Housekeeping
Encana will identify plugged and abandoned wellbores according to Rule 319.a.(5). including the location of the wellbore with a permanent monument as specified in Rule 319.a.(5). Encana will also inscribe or imbed the well number and date of plugging upon the permanent monument.
Form: (04 )
400895496
09/18/2015
General Housekeeping
The well site will be cleared of all non-essential equipment, trash and debris after ninety days of a well P&A.
Form: (04 )
400895496
09/18/2015
Material Handling and Spill Prevention
• Annual hydrostatic test on the oil dump line from the separator to the tank battery. • Annual hydrostatic “static” tests on our oil tanks. • Annual hydrostatic “static” tests on our produced water tank and water dump line from the separator to the produced water tank. • Lease Operator inspections of all equipment not to exceed 48 hours. • Monthly documented inspections (EU). • Annual environmental inspections of all battery and well equipment and pads. • Annual UT inspections of the pressure vessels and input into Encana’s RIPL Predictive Integrity Maintenance Program. (HLP separators and fuel gas separators)
Form: (04 )
400895496
09/18/2015
Material Handling and Spill Prevention
Well effluent containing more than ten (10) barrels per day of condensate or within two (2) hours after first encountering hydrocarbon gas of salable quality will be directed to a combination of sand traps, separators, surge vessels, and tanks as needed to ensure safe separation of sand, hydrocarbon liquids, water, and gas and to ensure salable products are efficiently recovered for sale or conserved and that non-salable products are disposed of in a safe and environmentally responsible manner.
Form: (04 )
400895496
09/18/2015
Material Handling and Spill Prevention
All loadlines will be capped for every location in the DJ.
Form: (04 )
400895496
09/18/2015
Construction
At the time of construction, all leasehold roads will be constructed to accommodate local emergency vehicle access requirements, and will be maintained in a reasonable condition.
Form: (04 )
400895496
09/18/2015
Construction
The pad will be constructed in such a manner that noise mitigation may be installed and removed without disturbing the site or landscaping.
Form: (04 )
400895496
09/18/2015
Construction
Subject pad will have all weather access roads to allow for operator and emergency response.
Form: (04 )
400895496
09/18/2015
Construction
Encana utilizes 24” tall corrugated galvanized metal berm walls with a capacity in excess of 150% of the largest tank contained within the wall. In addition, Encana best practices mandates the use of impervious liners that extends under each storage tank and up the walls, permanently affixed to the top of the metal berm wall. Protrusions of piping that come through the liner include a fully sealed “boot” to prevent leakage.
Form: (04 )
400895496
09/18/2015
Construction
Encana will install fencing to restrict access to wellheads and equipment. Fencing style will be installed as required by the town.
Form: (04 )
400895496
09/18/2015
Noise mitigation
Encana will perform a baseline noise survey prior to any operational activity measuring dBA at a distance 350 feet from the noise source or sound levels will be measured at a point twenty-five (25) feet from the structure towards the noise source. In situations where measurement of noise levels at three hundred and fifty (350) feet is impractical or unrepresentative due to topography, the measurement may be taken at a lesser distance and extrapolated to a 350-foot equivalent using the formula stated in Rule 802 of the State of Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission. As necessary, based on the survey, Encana will install temporary sound walls to minimize noise and light impacts during drilling and completions and will install permanent noise mitigation at the facility location as necessary to meet all COGCC regulations.
Form: (04 )
400895496
09/18/2015
Emissions mitigation
Flow lines, separators, and sand traps capable of supporting green completions as described in Rule 805 will be installed on subject location at which commercial quantities of gas are reasonably expected to be produced based on existing adjacent wells within 1 mile.
Form: (04 )
400895496
09/18/2015
Emissions mitigation
Encana will follow and comply with all leak detection and repair  and storage tank emission management plan conditions as required by Colorado Air Quality Control Commission Regulation Number 7.  This will include at least monthly Audible, Visual and Olfactory (AVO) inspections of the components and tanks at our Production Facilities at most weekly or at least monthly starting on January 1, 2015.  In addition, Encana will perform infra-red camera inspections of these components and the storage tanks at most monthly or at least annually.
Form: (04 )
400895496
09/18/2015
Emissions mitigation
Temporary flowback flaring and oxidizing equipment will include: adequately sized equipment to handle 1.5 times the largest flowback volume of gas experienced in a ten mile radius. If there is overrun, Encana will shut in the well versus freely venting.
Form: (04 )
400895496
09/18/2015
Drilling/Completion Operations
All newly installed or replaced crude oil and condensate storage tanks will be designed, constructed, and maintained in accordance with National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Code 30 (2008 version). Encana will maintain written records verifying proper design, construction, and maintenance, and will make these records available for inspection by the Director. In addition, onsite inspections are conducted internally to insure guidelines are met.
Form: (04 )
400895496
09/18/2015
Drilling/Completion Operations
Encana will utilize a closed-loop system for drilling operations at this location.
Form: (04 )
400895496
09/18/2015
Drilling/Completion Operations
Encana will employ a rig without kelly that has double ram with blind and pipe ram and an annular preventer. At least one person at the well site during drilling operations will have Mineral Management certification or Director approved training for blowout prevention.
Form: (04 )
400895496
09/18/2015
Drilling/Completion Operations
Closed-top tanks will utilize backpressure systems that exert a minimum of four (4) ounces of backpressure and a maximum that does not exceed the pressure rating of the tank to facilitate gathering and combustion of tank.
Form: (04 )
400895496
09/18/2015
Drilling/Completion Operations
Encana will not utilize pits.
Form: (04 )
400895496
09/18/2015
Drilling/Completion Operations
Guy line anchors in the DJ Basin are not installed. Encana will use an engineered base beam that we guy wire anchor the derricks to.