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 Time State Township/City Pad Latitude Longitude 911 Address Weather Well Lease Well # Well Field Personnel/Witness Name Personnel/Wittness Phone Company Position Hitch Days Years Oil/Gas Years w/Comp. Task Summary Spill Amount On containment Spill contained NNE Contacted DEP Contacted Spill Line Contacted Notification Timeline Spill Cleaned Up Follow Up Required Corrective Action  Supervisor Name Supervisor Email Supervisor Phone Supervisor Office Phone Comp. Man Name Comp. Man Email Comp. Man Phone Comp. Man Office Phone NNE Name NNE Email NNE Phone NNE Office Phone NNE Name NNE Email NNE Phone NNE Office Phone NNE HSE Name NNE HSE Email NNE HSE Number NNE HSE Office Phone SUBMITTEE
03:07 PMWVFairviewMcClellan39.6219724-80.2741675326 Harvey Run RdSunny/ ClearMcClellan5H, 9H, 13H & 17HBattelleDeshawn Holyfield(412) 443-0741Select Energy ServicesLaborer400

Transferring produced water from the ASTs on the McClellan pad to the frac tank on the McClellan staging area in order to load out trucks.

AT APPROXIMATELY 3:07PM, ON APRIL 2, 2021, NNE WAS NOTIFIED THAT THE FRAC TANK AT THE MCCLELLAN STAGING AREA WAS OVERFLOWING. THE SELECT ENERGY SERVICES ("SES") HAND THAT WAS SUPPOSED TO BE OVERSEEING THE PUMPING AND TANK FILLING WAS DISTRACTED BY HIS PHONE AND ALLOWED THE TANK TO OVERFLOW. PRODUCED WATER WAS PUMPED INTO THE TANK TO THE POINT THAT THE TANK ITSELF OVERFLOWED INTO THE SECONDARY CONTAINMENT, THEN BREACHED THE SECONDARY CONTAINMENT AND WAS RELEASED ONTO THE GROUND, AN ESTIMATED 50 BBL WAS RELEASED ONTO THE GROUND. THE PUMP WAS IMMEDIATELY SHUT DOWN TO ELIMINATE THE SOURCE. WATER TRUCKS WERE DISPATCHED IMMEDIATELY TO EVACUATE ALL WATER FROM THE SECONDARY CONTAINMENT AND GROUND. E & S CONTROLS WERE PLACED IN ORDER TO MINIMIZE IMPACTS AND PREVENT FURTHER CONTAMINATION. NO STREAMS OR WETLANDS WERE AFFECTED BY THE SPILL. SES DISPATCHED MCCUTCHEON, AN ENVIRONMENTAL CLEAN-UP CREW, TO FULLY ADDRESS THE SPILL AREA. THE WV DEP INSPECTOR, BRYAN HARRIS, WAS NOTIFIED, AS WELL AS THE SPILL HOTLINE (REFERENCE ID 31-13410). MR. HARRIS VISITED THE SITE AND WAS HAPPY WITH THE STEPS TAKEN AND PLAN AHEAD. SES WILL BE COMPLETING A SPILL REPORT AND WILL SUBMIT.

50 BBLNoSpill has been containedYesYesYes15:07 - NNE notified of spill; 15:33 - NNE EH&S notified; 15:37 - WV DEP Inspector notified (VM); 17:11 - WV DEP Inspector confirmed; 18:29 - WV Spill Hotline notified.In progress as of 19:50SES will follow up with spill reportSES employee terminated from this NNE site as well as any othersMicah KrafEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(412) 614-9646(412) 443-0741Anthony CarlsonEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 216-8886(304) 216-8886Chris PattersonEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 203-7034(304) 212-0417Hollie MedleyEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 543-8932(304) 212-0422Andy TravisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 951-0909(304) 212-0415Andy Travis
10:30 AMWVFairviewCoastal39.705903-80.2039331001 Daybrook Rd, Fairview WV 26570SunnyCoastal6HBlacksvilleMax Oliver(817) 526-4147ARCFrac Consultant45387

As we finished Coastal 6H stg 13, one of the hands called on the radio to tell us there was an FR spill. Went back and checked, a load of FR was delivered during the stage, the driver was told not to blow off until we were finished. (it causes the FR pumps to lose prime). Evidently, he left the pump running and left. I don’t know where he went. When the Producers guys found it there was a large quantity of FR on the containment, pumps, pump room and a small amount beside the containment. There is even a thin film on the side of the AST.

Driver – Richard Charles says he owns Charco Three the trucking company. Truck Tag AG 68768 Pennsylvania Trailer Tag PT 672E2, Copy of CDL attached, did not have any proof of insurance
Hauling for – Flowtek (FR supplier)

When asked why he was pumping after being told not to pump, he claimed no one told him. I believe this statement to be an absolute untruth. I asked him his name, I asked his employer and he told me Flowtek, I asked for his supervisors number and he gave me Rick Shaner 412-452-4032. I called Rick and found out Richard doesn’t work for Flowtek. I doubt almost everything the guy has told me.
It appears Richard Charles owns Charco Three (trucking company) and is self-employed.
Richard was told not to leave the pad until Producers was through with their investigation, he tried to get up the hill 3 times, powering out each time, before Producers employees got him stopped and backed off the hill.

The estimated volume at this time is 100 gallons until we know better. (really hard to tell how much some is on top of pumps.

We have captured as much as we can off of containment, cut the saturated felt up. The small amount off containment has been soaked with moss and will be picked up and contained. The containment is being cut out and repaired were it is soaked.

Hopefully, we will be back in operation within the next hour or two, as soon as the mat is repaired and the trucks re-spotted.

300 Gallons298 GallonsSpill was containedContacted Criss VanGuilderGayne KnitowskiNot Req2 hrsSpill Cleaned (6 hours)NonePendingShane StephensonEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(740) 586-8729(740) 454-6253Max OliverEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(817) 526-4147(817) 526-4147Criss VanGuilderEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(405) 757-8725(304) 212-0423Hollie MedleyEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 543-8932(304) 212-0422Andy TravisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 951-0909(304) 212-0415Andy Travis
08:30 PMWVblacksvilleCoastal39 41 42.280 13 22.41003 Daybrook Road, Fairview, WV 2657031 deg, Cloudy, DarkCoastal4BlacksvilleWilliam Miller(989) 858-6112Rock WaterFuel Hauler552

Hauling Fuel

At approximately 8:30 PM, Rock water’s fuel truck reported seeing a fuel spill on the lease road by the county road. The release was just uphill from the county road, which would be on the Coastal side. The roustabout went there immediately to evaluate the situation. The roustabout returned and gathered material to contain the unintended release. Peat Moss and oil soak rags were placed to contain the fuel. I estimate that the release was under 5 gallons. Producers had just received a delivery from Stewart Oil. The fuel delivery truck off loaded, there was a Producers employee watching and assisting the driver. There were no issues during or immediately after the delivery. Producers field supervisor called the delivery driver and asked him if he had an unintended release. The driver stated that he did not believe so but would pull over and inspect his truck. The Fuel delivery driver did call back and stated that his lower vapor line cap was off. He also stated that the vapor line will sometimes collect a little fuel when he off loads a load of fuel. The driver also states that the cap was on when he did a pre-trip prior to leaving. Steward oil also said that they will utilize a trailer that does not have a lower vapor line from now on.
The release of fuel was cleaned up by Producers employees and the roustabout. They used an excavator and shovels to scrap the area. Peat moss was also utilized to help in the collection. Fresh gravel was also replaced on the lease road. Producers supervisor and the roustabout said that all the fuel was collected, and the area looked good. I will also inspect the area in the morning. The poly line was spray painted with orange to identify the area for future inspections. The waste was placed in a leak proof container and returned to the Coastal pad for proper disposal.
I personally thanked the Rock Water driver for reporting the incident which allowed us to begin the clean up immediately. The driver also states that the fuel truck was ahead of him on the lease road. This allowed us to have a very accurate time line for the release. Producers also thanked the fuel delivery truck driver for his honesty about the vapor cap missing.
Time of day: 20:30 on March 2, 2018.
Temperature: 31 Degs
Material released: On road diesel fuel
Wind: Calm
Delivery Truck info: Stuart Oil out of Parkersburg, WV
Driver: Eric Stuart (304) 482-1179
I have also attached 2 photos. The one picture shows a lot of peat moss. You can also see that it is mostly dry which means that there was not much fuel to absorb.

5 galNoYesYesYesNoImmediatelyYesNoThe release of fuel was cleaned up by Producers employees and the roustabout. They used an excavator and shovels to scrap the area. Peat moss was also utilized to help in the collection. Fresh gravel was also replaced on the lease road. Producers supervisor and the roustabout said that all the fuel was collected, and the area looked good. I will also inspect the area in the morning. The poly line was spray painted with orange to identify the area for future inspections. The waste was placed in a leak proof container and returned to the Coastal pad for proper disposal. I personally thanked the Rock Water driver for reporting the incident which allowed us to begin the clean up immediately. The driver also states that the fuel truck was ahead of him on the lease road. This allowed us to have a very accurate time line for the release. Producers also thanked the fuel delivery truck driver for his honesty about the vapor cap missing.Eric StuartEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 482-1179(304) 482-1179Mike InmanEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(989) 858-6112(989) 858-6112Andy TravisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 951-0909(304) 951-0909Hollie MedleyEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 543-8932(304) 212-0422Andy TravisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 951-0909(304) 212-0415Criss VanGilder
09:50 AMWVblacksvilleCoastal39 41 42.280 13 22.41003 Daybrook Road, Fairview, WV 26570cloudy, 40 degreesCoastal4BlacksvilleMax Oliver(817) 526-4147NNEConsultant20407

Performing a pad walk around. The vacuum truck personnel reported a diesel spill on pad where personnel vehicles park.

The vacuum truck guys just reported a fuel spill in the “parking area’. This area is usually crowded with vehicles, especially at crew change. Needless to say, no one will admit to the spill. I estimate probably 3-6 gallons. The way the fuel ran, I think someone was back in parked there with either a “drop tank” or a 5 gallon type can. I think it happened after crew change, no fuel was tracked off of location.

The source of the spill is unknown at this time. The spill was cleaned up and contained. The contaminated gravel and soil has been picked up and disposed of in the environmental dumpster.

4 galNoYesYesYesNoImmediatelyYesNoThe source of the spill is unknown at this time. The spill was cleaned up and contained. The contaminated gravel and soil has been picked up and disposed of in the environmental dumpster.diesel-spill.jpgMax OliverEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(817) 526-4147(817) 526-4147Max OliverEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(817) 526-4147(817) 526-4147Andy TravisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 951-0909(304) 212-0415Hollie MedleyEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 543-8932(304) 212-0422Andy TravisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 951-0909(304) 212-0415Criss VanGilder
06:30 PMWVCoastal ASTBlacksville

On 12/13/17 at approximately 1:30 PM, NNE's drilling consultant observed water leaking at a flange on the discharge pipe at the AST. An estimated 2 BBL of blended water was released onto the ground, outside of containment. The water never left the well pad and did not impact any streams. NNE's HSE rep and Water rep went to site to assess situation and put containment under the leak to prevent further spreading. Water transfer crew members were immediately called to break down the flange and identify the failure. Upon breaking the flange down, it was determined the failure was a broken bolt that holds the flange together. Crew members replaced the damaged bolt with a new one, bolted the flange back up, which resolved the issue.

5 to 100 gallonsAndy Travis
04:00 PMWVCoastal-Campbell Access RoadBlacksville

On 12/13/17 at approximately 11:00 AM, water transfer crew members were relocating a pump from the Campbell Pad to the Dunkard Creek Withdrawal Site and upon transporting the pump, diesel fuel leaked out of the pump's fuel cell in two places along the Coastal-Campbell Access Road. Oil soak rags were immediately placed on the spill areas. The pump was taken to a level area in order to run the pump and use the extra fuel prior to transporting further on uneven terrain and potentially causing further leaking. NNE's HSE Rep and Water Rep talked with crew members about fueling with consideration of transporting pumps.

Environmental > Spill > Petroleum Fuel > 5 to 100 gallonsAndy Travis
12:30 PMWVFisherBlacksville

At 7:30 this morning a 16" temporary above ground waterline owned and operated by Rockwater, parted at a weld during frac operations on the Fisher Pad. The waterline operator had been pumping at 70 bbls/min for a couple of minutes when he noticed a drop in pressure and increase in flow rate. He immediately shut down operations to determine where the potential issue was. The break in the line was found above the Coastal Pad, along the access road that runs between the Fisher and Coastal Pads. We are estimating that 450 bbls of a 30% concentration mixture of produced and fresh water escaped and ran down the hillside and lease road. There are no streams or waterways that connect with the contaminated area. DEP inspector Gayne Knitowski was notifed at 9:00 am this morning, and visited the location. He was supportive of the actions we had taken and asked to be kept in the loop with the NGE plan of action for remediation. DEP spill hotline was contacted at 10:30 am and assigned the following reference number 31-67939. NGE has been brought in to address environmental remediation, and we are scheduling a meeting with Rockwater to address this incident.

100 gallons or greaterAndy Travis
08:15 PMWVAuxiliary Pad above the Fisher Well PadBlacksville

On November 30, 2017 at approximately 3:15 PM, NNE employee arrived onsite at the auxiliary pad above the Fisher Pad and found hydraulic fluid released on the ground where a fusing machine had been sitting. The fusing machine was removed from site, absorbent pads were placed on the contaminated area, and a crew removed the contaminated stone and replaced with clean stone. WV DEP Inspector, Gayne Knitowski, was notified and provided no other action to take.

1 to 5 gallonsAndy Travis
07:00 PMWVTemporary, aboveground waterline between Coastal and Fisher PadsBlacksville

On 11/21/17 at approximately 4:15 PM and on 11/22/17 at approximately 2:00 PM, as crews were pressure testing the temporary, aboveground waterline between Coastal and Fisher, stress fractures were discovered during the line walks. These fractures allowed freshwater to be released onto the ground. Testing was immediately halted, the line was evacuated, and repairs were made and have been scheduled. The pipe that was delivered for this installation was used previously for other transfer jobs. QAQC was performed on the pipe prior to installation, but due to the nature of these impairments, they could not have been detected until pressure was applied to the line.

1 to 5 gallonsAndy Travis
02:00 PMWVCoastal39.705903-80.2039331001 Daybrook Rd, Fairview WV 26570Blacksville

While delivering a load of fuel to location, diesel was spotted underneath the fuel truck every time he came to a stop. We followed the truck and immediately got him up on containment and placed a drip pan under the leak. Once the leak was contained we began immediate transfer of fuel from the truck to the diesel tank so we could empty out the fuel load. The drivers name was Rick Bowser (330-847-0087) driving truck #25, He is employed by Mike Ainsley (330-727-1414) of Ainsley oil and has 3 Yrs with the company, 15 years driving experience.

Less than 1 gallonAndy Travis
03:23 PMWVWater Transfer/ DisposalBlacksville

While performing our bore at the Jakes Run Stream Crossing we have seeped into the stream bed with our drilling mud. The mud finds a way to the surface from the bore. Bentonite is the only foreign substance in the mud. The stream is milky in color. I notified WVDEP inspector. Inspector Arrived on site at 2:10pm
Seep location was Identified. Our plan we presented to the inspector upon arrival as follows:
Build a temporary coffer dam above seep area with flume pipe. This construction practice has been approved per construction detail located on Sheet D10 of the approved NPDES plans. This is also acceptable with the ACOE due to ?discharges into waters are under 500? or 1/10th acre for each crossing? per email approval from the corps for the project.
The inspector is OK with this plan,as long as it was in the scope of our permit, coffer dam and flume will be built and operations will resume.
Hollie notified the spill hot line.

1 to 5 gallonsAndy Travis
09:35 PMWVCoastal39.705903-80.2039331001 Daybrook Rd, Fairview WV 26570Blacksville

When transporting SBM tank from Fisher to Coastal the truck started down hill and about 1 bbl of SBM splashed out of vent cap on top of tank. It then began to drip down on the lease road. It remained contained to the lease road.
Gayne was notified and tank and lease road was cleaned up.

5 to 100 gallonsAndy Travis
03:45 PMWVWater Transfer/ DisposalBlacksville

I just received word from the field that one of the water truck drivers from Ransom Drilling was killed as a result of his truck wrecking. I?m told as he was traveling on Rt. 50 to/from one the disposal facilities in Ohio, the truck blew a tire and he lost control. DOT is on scene and will conduct an investigation. There is a story already on WBOY?s website with two pictures, as well as WDTV?s website.

80 bblsAndy Travis
05:10 PMWVFisherBlacksville

Have a very small Diesel Spill on the Statler Lease Road. The only Party that looks to be at Fault is Jacobs Fuel. Currently Rock Water is Ordering Clean Up services.

1 to 5 gallonsAndy Travis
06:45 PMWVFisherBlacksville

During Line inspections today of the Temp Line Running from Coastal to Fisher location. I found a Diesel Spill coming from a Staged BJ Pump Truck. The Fuel has stoped leaking as of now, the Frac Consultant along with BJ was passed the information.

5 to 100 gallonsAndy Travis
05:30 PMWVBlacksville

1-1.5 gallon diesel spill on Statler lease road. Rockwater was moving a fuel cell in place for water transfer from the Statler impoundments. The fuel cell was mostly empty. During transport on the forklift a pump broke off allowing the remaining fuel to spill

1 to 5 gallonsAndy Travis
07:15 PMWVKassayBlacksville

Per Site Supervisor Glenn Boyd:
One of the Flynn trucks malfunctioned overnight and they made plans to switch it out today.
A replacement truck that was apparently not road legal showed up today on a Low Boy.
The Flynn Crew transferred the fuel from the lame truck into the replacement truck.
Then they loaded the lame truck on to the low boy and removed it from location.
The Flynn Crew then spotted the replacement truck near the blender. When the pump was kicked in the swivel connection on the hose started leaking. The crew stopped transferring fuel.
We stopped operations and the entire crew started containing the fuel.
Most of the fuel was on a secondary duck pond. A small amount was on the primary containment.
All the Fuel was contained and cleaned up.
Flynn will be replacing all the oil soak pads and removing the used oil soak pads from location tonight.
It is difficult to estimate the amount of fuel lost, but it may be as much as 40 according to Flynn.
Glenn,

5 to 100 gallonsAndy Travis
04:00 PMWVBeach Tank FarmBlacksville

At 12:00 PM, April 3, 2017, NNE found a failure in the tank containment on the Beach Pad. The failure was a six inch cut in the containment, which allowed standing rain water to exit onto the pad - all water released remained on the pad. Notifications were made, the water was tested and results were within the allowable parameters, a sand bag was placed on top of the cut to reduce any additional water from escaping, and crews were dispatched. Daybrook Development was called to remove all remaining water from containment, and RW Products was called to patch the failed portion of the containment.

Less than 1 gallonAndy Travis
02:15 PMWVCoastal Tank FarmBlacksville

At 10:15 AM, April 3, 2017, NNE found a failure in the tank containment on the Coastal Pad. The failure was a six inch cut in the containment, which allowed standing rain water to exit onto the pad - all water released remained on the pad. Notifications were made, the water was tested and results were within the allowable parameters, a sand bag was placed on top of the cut to reduce any additional water from escaping, and crews were dispatched. Daybrook Development was called to remove all remaining water from containment, and RW Products was called to patch the failed portion of the containment.

NNE's WV DEP Inspector was called to provide a summary of the incident, and no further direction was given.

Less than 1 gallonAndy Travis
04:00 PMWVDunkard Creek to Kassay Freshwater Transfer OperationsBlacksville

At approximately 12:00 PM, while crews were transferring freshwater to Dyna Tank #1, the pressure gauge on the booster pump at the Matteo site failed. As a result, approximately 1 gallon of freshwater was released onto the ground, but within the pump's containment. The Rock Water employee manning the pump immediately shut down and notified NNE's Water Consultant. Upon investigation, it was discovered the housing for the stem of the gauge failed, not the gauge itself. Crews replaced same and resumed transferring water.

Less than 1 gallonAndy Travis
02:00 PMWVProduced water haulingBlacksville

Daybrook Development arrived at the Coastal AST site to offload production water into the Coastal AST. The driver hooked up to the ground manifold and started to pressurize the line, at which point the hose between the truck and the ground manifold failed, specifically at the cam lock connection. Approximately 1 BBL of produced water was sprayed onto the ground, outside secondary containment, but remained on pad. The driver immediately shut the truck off and removed all standing water with the truck.

Calls were made to supervisors, as well as the District WV DEP Inspector. NNE's first response environmental clean-up vendor was contacted and dispatched for remediation services.

DEP Inspector agreed with NNE's reactionary measures and said there was no need to call WV Spill Hotline.

5 to 100 gallonsAndy Travis
04:30 PMWV39.625547-79.963157Harvey 1 WellBlacksville

Crude Oil Soil Contamination at the Harvey 1 Well

Initial contact made by DEP Inspector, Gayne Knitowski, on March 2nd regarding oil contaminated soil in the immediate area around the wellhead. Also mentioned oil and grease on the wellhead and stuffing box. This was pre-existing condition of the well prior to acquisition by Northeast.

Jeremiah Wilt cleaned wellhead and immediate soil area around the wellhead on March 6th. Gayne was notified via email that day with accompanied pictures of site.

Gayne re-visited location on March 21st and raised concerns about remaining contaminated soil as well as berm condition of old tanks. He asked that more remediation efforts be done on contaminated soil and repair of tank berm to avoid threat of violation.

NGE Environmental onsite morning of the 22nd to obtain samples/pictures of contaminated soil and develop a plan to remediate areas of concern. Plan to pursue tilling of contaminated soil, liming, and re-seed in accordance with regulations.

5 to 100 gallonsAndy Travis
01:00 PMWVFairviewFisher/Coastal/Campbell access road39.694428°-80.221339°1003 Daybrook RdPartly CloudyFishern/aBlacksvilleAndy Travis(304) 951-0909NNEHSE Coordinator2114

While conducting a field review I noticed a spill on the access road. I contacted Chris Patterson to check on any reported water truck spills. The majority of the traffic at this time is water trucks moving water from the Fisher pad, and DTE coopers run facility upgrade. Chris checked with the field coordinators, and received 2 conflicting reports claiming to have witnessed the spill. One report from ECM claimed that a Daybrook water truck leaked the fluid, and the other Report from Ransom claimed that a truck hauling a gooseneck trailer spilled the fluid. The spilled substance had a petroleum odor, but was green in appearance, could have been oil or a mixture.

Mike Shreve called out Chisler Brothers to cleanup contaminated materials , and replace with fresh gravel. Cleanup was completed within 2 hours of finding spill.

1 gallon or lessNot on containmentSpill was limited to access roadNNE was not notifiedCalled spill into WVDEP inspector Gayne KnitkowskiNot required to be reported through spill hotlineNNE was not notified of spillSpill cleaned up (1 hour)No follow up required for spillStress the importance of reporting in safety meetingsAndy TravisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 951-0909(304) 212-0415Andy TravisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 951-0909(304) 212-0415Andy TravisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 951-0909(304) 212-0415Hollie MedleyEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 543-8932(304) 212-0422Andy TravisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 951-0909(304) 212-0415Andy Travis
11:30 AMWVMaidsvilleJenkins39.711342°-80.139292°3835 Mason Dixon Hwy, Maidsville WV 26541SunnyJenkinsRig MoveBlacksvilleJosh Frazier(304) 517-6188NE Safety SolutionsSafety Consultant2101

While performing a site inspection, Josh Frazier noticed that there was a track of fluid spilled onto the Jenkins location road staging area.

After the rig move, Josh Frazier pulled onto location to perform a safety check and noticed a track of fluid where we had staged some of the Patterson equipment for the move, He notified supervision which in turn notified NNE Compnayman Josh Grim. Josh went out to check the area and get Chisler Brothers out to perform the clean up. By the time I had reached the location Chisler was already there and had absorbant on the spill and were prepping to scrape up any contamination and haul it off to be disposed of.

Less than one gallonSpill was off containment on gravel staging areaThe spill area was limited to the staging areaJosh Frazier notified as soon as spill was discoveredDEP inspector Gayne Knitowski was notified by voicemailSpill line has not been contactedNotification came from random safety inspectionSpill cleaned upNo follow up requiredNeed to do site inspection after moveJosh GrimEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 276-3899(304) 276-3899Josh GrimEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 276-3899(304) 276-3899Jay HewittEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 382-1825(304) 382-1825Hollie MedleyEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 543-8932(304) 212-0422Andy TravisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 951-0909(304) 212-0415Andy Travis
06:25 PMWVClayMepco39.662737-80.166485579 Mepco Road, Fairview, WV 26570RainyMepco2H & 4HBlacksvilleJeff Wilson(304) 480-1414Solo ConstructionWater Consultant5258

No active task at time of notification of release.

On 9/16/18, at approximately 6:25 PM, NNE was notified by a landowner that water was overflowing an air release valve (ARV) vault and running down the hill. Landowner also notified WV DEP of the incident. NNE made notifications to supervision and dispatched field personnel to visually inspect the site and ensure the leaking had stopped. Once field personnel arrived at ARV site, water was still leaking and detected a one-inch drain valve was open on the bottom of the ARV. The valve was shut and the leaking stopped. Environmental contractor was called to bring erosion controls and gather water and soil samples to begin the remediation process. NNE personnel met with WV DEP Inspector, Gayne Knitowski, to review the site and discuss next steps. Remediation efforts will be ongoing until site is vacant of all contaminated material. Spill hotline was called and NNE was provided reference number 31-80825.

635NoNoYesYesYes9/16/18, 6:25 PM - Notification of spill; 9/17/18, 10:00 AM - meeting onsite with DEP Inspector; 9/17/18, 3:00 PM - erosion controls installed; 9/18/18, 8:00 AM - water/soil samples gatheredNoYesRemediate site until all contaminated materials are removedChris PattersonEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 203-7034(304) 212-0417Chris PattersonEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 203-7034(304) 212-0417Chris PattersonEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 203-7034(304) 212-0417Hollie MedleyEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 543-8932(304) 212-0422Andy TravisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 951-0909(304) 212-0415Chris Patterson
 Time State Township/City Pad Latitude Longitude 911 Address Weather Well Lease Well # Well Field Personnel/Witness Name Personnel/Wittness Phone Company Position Hitch Days Years Oil/Gas Years w/Comp. Task Summary Spill Amount On containment Spill contained NNE Contacted DEP Contacted Spill Line Contacted Notification Timeline Spill Cleaned Up Follow Up Required Corrective Action  Supervisor Name Supervisor Email Supervisor Phone Supervisor Office Phone Comp. Man Name Comp. Man Email Comp. Man Phone Comp. Man Office Phone NNE Name NNE Email NNE Phone NNE Office Phone NNE Name NNE Email NNE Phone NNE Office Phone NNE HSE Name NNE HSE Email NNE HSE Number NNE HSE Office Phone SUBMITTEE