COGIS - COA/BMP Information

MULL DRILLING COMPANY INC           APC-BETTY 1-27           Well API # 05-017-07779           Status: PR        Status Date: 08/10/2016           Location ID #:435382       SWSE 27 16S 45W CHEYENNE

COGIS - Conditions of Approval
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Conditions of Approval
Form: (02 )
400507130
12/11/2013
1) Provide 48 hour notice prior to spud via electronic Form 42. 2) If production casing is set provide cement coverage to at least 200’ above the shallowest completed interval or Lansing, whichever is shallower and stage cement Cheyenne/Dakota (1880’-1320’ minimum). Run and submit CBL to verify cemented intervals. 3) If well is a dry hole set the following plugs: 40 sks cement +/- 50’ above the Spergen, 40 sks cement +/- 50’ above the Marmaton, 40 sks cement +/- 50’ above the Lansing, 40 sks cement across any DST w/ show, 40 sks cement at 1880’ up, 40 sks cement at 1320’ up, 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. 4) Monitor gas emissions during operations and comply with Reporting Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Notice to Operators and Rule 607.


COGIS - Best Management Practices
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Form: (02 )
400507130
12/11/2013
Planning
• Conduct Initial Site Assessment o Identification of nearby water bodies o Identification of vegetation types o Identification of protected wildlife species o Identification of potential access routes to minimize disturbances o Identification of nearby improvements
Form: (02 )
400507130
12/11/2013
Pre-Construction
• Preparation of a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan. Acquisition of a Storm Water Discharge Permit • Consultation with the surface landowner or appointed agent • Finalize access routes • Finalize well pad location to minimize surface grade impacts • Finalize well pad layout to minimize disturbances • Develop wildlife management plan if protected species are present
Form: (02 )
400507130
12/11/2013
General Housekeeping
• Drilling and production operations conducted in safe, workmanlike manner. Safety expectations include good housekeeping. • During drilling/completion operations, debris stored in caged container which is removed from the site. • During production operations, the lease is inspected daily by MDC personnel.
Form: (02 )
400507130
12/11/2013
Wildlife
• Development and implementation of a Wildlife Management Plan if protected species are present
Form: (02 )
400507130
12/11/2013
Storm Water/Erosion Control
• During drilling / completion operations, implementation of Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan • Following drilling/completion operations, prompt reclamation of disturbed areas • During production operations, implementation of MDC’s Post Construction Storm Water Management Program SITE SPECIFIC Per indicated surface water area 345 feet south, of proposed well pad – structural practices will be implemented at the site to minimize erosion and sediment transport. Practices may include but are not limited to: straw bales, wattles/sediment control logs, silt fences, earth dikes, drainage swales, sediment traps, subsurface drains, pipe slope drains, inlet protection, outlet protection, gabions, and temporary sediment basins.
Form: (02 )
400507130
12/11/2013
Material Handling and Spill Prevention
• During drilling/completion operations, storage areas graded towards pit • During production operations, implementation of Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure Plan & daily inspection • All stock and produced water tanks have secondary containment
Form: (02 )
400507130
12/11/2013
Construction
• Access road, well pad and pit disturbances minimized • Soils segregated by type to facilitate reclamation • Storm water controls deployed and routinely inspected
Form: (02 )
400507130
12/11/2013
Drilling/Completion Operations
Includes Structural Practices: • Implement Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan, including routine inspections and evaluation of effectiveness • Locate tank batteries at safe distance from public roadways and railhead • Full containment for stock tanks and separators • Installation of pipelines in common trenches when practical • Installation of pipelines at right angles to water bodies (drainages, wetlands, perennial water bodies) where practical
Form: (02 )
400507130
12/11/2013
Interim Reclamation
• Debris and waste material removed • Areas not in use reclaimed promptly; pits closed using segregated material; well pad and other compacted surfaces ripped • Noxious weeds controlled
Form: (02 )
400507130
12/11/2013
Final Reclamation
• All equipment and debris removed • All remaining disturbed areas, including access roads, reclaimed • Noxious Weed Control Plan developed if appropriate