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05:00 AMWVBlacksvilleYost39.6296-80.2149000035 degrees clearYost1HBlacksvilleDevon Runyon(304) 212-0415PrecisionDerrickman2380.1

Moving around immobile equipment in tight space

The Skidsteer was non functional in the front of the drive over. The derrickman attempted to move around the skidsteer with the extend a boom forklift as he needed to get to the other side of location. The rear right tire tagged the 4" mud line going to the drive over causing the hose to separate at the crimped collar causing a 1 to 1-1/2 bbl spill. The ground below and around the spill was excavated to remove all contaminants.

1-1.5bblNoYesYesYesNo5MinYesNoSafety stand down, put a plan together to clean up area and a solution to prevent the incident in the future.Troy HollidayEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(570) 337-3077(000) 000-0000Troy HamidiEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(719) 459-2067(000) 000-0000Jay HewittEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 382-1825(000) 000-0000Hollie MedleyEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 543-8932(304) 212-0422Andy TravisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 951-0909(304) 212-0415
06:00 AMWVBlacksvilleCampbellNANANAcold/icyCampbell6HBlacksvilleDavid Beckner(304) 380-7133NNEWell Tender311

Operations of Wells

The Campbell 6H was down and when checked on found that the dump valve had blown out. This caused produced water to flow out in Unit and on to ground.

2bblsnoyesyesnonoimmediatelyyesnoCleaned upJohn LandisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 216-6854(304) 212-0434David BecknerEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 380-7133(304) 212-0426John LandisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 216-6854(304) 212-0434Hollie MedleyEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 543-8932(304) 212-0422Andy TravisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 951-0909(304) 212-0415John Landis
06:30 AMWVFairviewMcClellan39.667166-80.096846326 Harvey Run Road, Fairview wvCool & RainyMcClellan6HBattelleBobby Gilbert(903) 486-2689PattersonToolpusher91515

Pumping slug to finish tripping out of hole

While tripping out of the hole, the fluid flow path was connected to the trip tank as normal. When it was time to pump a slug, the Driller called on radio for derrick hand to line up on the flow line and off the trip tank. The derrick hand confirmed the flowline was ready. Driller began pumping and immediately noticed an increase in pump pressure and shut off pumps. The back yard came across radio and said he was seeing mud coming across the choke skid. After investigation the main flowline valve was left closed causing pressure to build up and blow out the seal between the flowline and elkhorn. There was a miss communication, and the motorman shut the valve while the derrick hand was in the derrick tripping pipe. The derrick hand assumed the valve was still open.

16 barrelsAll except 10 gallonsAll except 10 gallonsYes, Sam Barker, Josh Dalton & Andy TravisYes, Bryan Harris inspectorNoImmediately to NNE. Couple hrs later for inspector to return call.Outside of containment has been cleaned up, waiting on clean up crew to clean rig and matsAfter rig is moved off we will clean up mats and plastic under matsShut down, have safety meeting, clean up gravel outside of containment, re connect flowline to elkhorn, chain down hammer sealBobby GilbertEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(903) 486-2689(903) 486-2689Sam BarkerEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 629-2284(304) 629-2284Josh DaltonEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(724) 825-6859(724) 825-6859Hollie MedleyEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 543-8932(304) 212-0422Andy TravisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 951-0909(304) 212-0415Josh Dalton
07:00 AMWVFairviewMcClellan39.62161980.278602326 Harvey Run RoadCloud Cover/ColdMcClellan14HBattelleEirc Boone(304) 377-6666NNEConsultant9253

Frac McClellan 14H

While performing walk around found approximently 10 gal off road diesel on containment under pump #11 & #13. Spill was cleaned up, leak was found to be coming from braided fuel pump line on pump #11. Pump was shut down and line replaced. Fuel had also breached containment through a bad seam and was trapped between main containment and Felt. Containment was removed, fuel was cleaned up, rock was removed, new felt and containment was laid.

10 galYesYes, but breached containmentYesNoNoImmediateYesNoImmediately report all spillsJim GallisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(740) 252-8508(740) 453-9302Eric BooneEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 377-6666(304) 377-6666Criss Vangilder Criss VangilderEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(405) 757-8725(405) 757-8725Hollie MedleyEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 543-8932(304) 212-0422Andy TravisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 951-0909(304) 212-0415Criss VanGilder
08:00 AMWVBlBeachNANANAcold/icyBeachBeach PadBlacksvilleDavid Beckner(304) 380-7133NNEWell Tender36511

Operations of Wells

Daybrook was filling the heater with fuel and overfilled heater causing fuel to spill on ground.

5 gallonsnoyesyesyesnoimmediatelyin processnoCleaned upJohn LandisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 216-6854(304) 212-0434David BecknerEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 380-7133(304) 212-0426John LandisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 216-6854(304) 212-0434Hollie MedleyEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 543-8932(304) 212-0422Andy TravisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 951-0909(304) 212-0415John Landis
09:00 AMWVMaidsvilleBoggess39.671520-80.0898262030 Mason Dixon Hwy, Maidsville, WV 26541SunnyBoggess5HBlacksvilleJay Hewitt(304) 382-1825Hewitt Energy StrategiesOwner4151

During an inspection of the backyard area, stressed vegetation was noticed on the backside of the Boggess pad. It appeared and was later confirmed that the source of the spill was base oil/drilling mud.

A flow line connecting the mud pits had a slow leak and had been dripping for some time. The location of the line is not readily visible without climbing between the tanks. The entire backyard area is on containment and matted. Unfortunately the leak accumulated over time and found its way under the containment due to a small hole under the matting. I contacted WVDEP, Gayne asked that we get the spill contained to make sure that it does not leave our LOD, and gave us permission for now to continue with drilling operations. Clean up will be done once the rig is moved off of location.

Estimate of 2 bbl spillSpill is outside of containmentSpill has been containedNNE contacted 5/23/2019 at 9:00Gayne Knitowski was contactedNot at this timeImmediate NotificationSpill has not been cleaned upSpill can be cleaned once rig leavesBetter housekeeping around mud pitsJay HewittEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 382-1825(304) 382-1825Troy HamidiEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(719) 459-2067(719) 459-2067Josh DaltonEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 212-0424(304) 212-0424Hollie MedleyEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 543-8932(304) 212-0422Andy TravisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 951-0909(304) 212-0415Andy Travis
09:30 AMWVMarion CountyPaw Paw Intake39.5875343477431-80.238055633892939.587534,-80.238055Clearn/an/aPaw PawClint George(330) 464-6401East Coast Underground (Sub To Ready Field Solutions)Supervisor3

While boring under 218/Paw Paw Creek Rd our drilling assembly became plugged with cuttings. In an effort to regain circulation a smaller assembly was inserted to remove the plugged section. During this operation the plug released and with it so did the drilling mud and spring water that had built up behind the plug. This volume of fluid overcame the drill pit, reserve pit and vacuum truck , as well as 2 layers of silt protection and an estimated 35 bbls of fluid containing betonite clay made its way into Paw Paw Creek.

Summary from East Coast Underground driller Clint George. "We had lost flow to the drill. We put on 12” reamer and started bringing it back to the drill in attempt to get the flow back to the drill. We were approximately 155 feet away from the drill with the reamer. While drilling out we hit a spring in the hillside that
is producing approximately 5 gallons a minute. Which was adding to the fluid that we had pumped into the bore hole. When
the flow started to come back to the drill. We were not able to keep up with the flow rate that was coming out of the bore hole.
We had a Vac truck sucking water up as well as the reclaimer pump picking up water as well. The 2 of them could not keep up
with it as fast as it was coming out. The fluid over ran both pits and ran out of the last pit. To the E and S control ran over them
and ran into the stream. Releasing approximately 700 to 1000 gallons of fluid into the stream."

35 bbls lost in Paw Paw Creekout of contaimentSpill has been containedNNE Contacted 3/4 9:30amSpill hotline reported 3/4/2020 =, ref # 25-100171Spill hotline contacted as well as inspector Travis HayesMike Shreve was notified immediately by Clint GeorgeSpill cleaned up within 2 hoursFollow up meeting scheduled for 3/11/2020Improved silt barrier and upgraded reaming toolsClint GeorgeEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(330) 464-6401(330) 464-6401MIke ShreveEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 918-3050(304) 918-3050Mike ShreveEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 918-3050(304) 918-3050Hollie MedleyEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 543-8932(304) 212-0422Andy TravisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 951-0909(304) 212-0415Andy Travis
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
10:00 AMWVBlacksvilleMepcoNaNanasunnyMepco Pad3HBlacksvilleJeff Wilson(304) 216-6854NNE ConsultantWater Transfer5253

Jeff was driving by pad when he saw the leak on the 3H and ESD'd the pad.

The Mepco 3H dump valve washed out and was leaking. Jeff Wilson was driving by when he saw the leak and ESD'd the pad. Nick Swartz and Matt Jones went to Mepco and saw that the dump valve had washed out. They replaced the valve and cleaned up the site. There was a small amount of produced water that got onto the ground. The DEP inspector was notified and the area was cleaned up and new material put down. The soil was also tested.

2 gallonnoyesyesyesno10:05yessomeUT test dump valvesJohn LandisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 216-6854(304) 212-0434John LandisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 216-6854(304) 212-0434John LandisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 216-6854(304) 212-0434Hollie MedleyEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 543-8932(304) 212-0422Andy TravisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 951-0909(304) 212-0415John Landis
10:30 AMWVBlacksvilleYost39.641639-80.2180563352 Daybrook Road, Fairview, WV 26570SunnyYostASTBlacksvilleMichael Shreve(304) 918-3050NNEConstruction Foreman555

Conducting bi-monthly AST inspection.

While conducting the bi-monthly AST inspection, water was observed to be leaking on the outside of the AST and onto the ground. All water is within the AST's secondary containment and did not leave the site. The cause of the leak is undetermined at this time, until further investigation. The AST will be drained and the liner will be inspected for a failure. Once the failure is located, a repair will be made. If no failure is found, the liner will be replaced in its entirety.

1 - 2 BBLYesYesYesYesNo10:30 AM, M Shreve notified C Patterson. 2:45 PM, C Patterson notified A Travis and G Knitowski (DEP)Not by time of this reportYes, see aboveSee aboveDave McDougalEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 941-5033(304) 212-0419Michael ShreveEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 918-3050(304) 918-3050Chris 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
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
11:10 AMWVFairviewCummins1776892.4423957.932575 Daybrook Rd. Fairview, WV 2657040º / çloudyCummins6HBlacksvilleReggie Neil(234) 855-5874CS TruckingDriver1107

Delivering base oil to the Cummins Pad

While delivering base oil to the HZ rig on the Cummins pad, the truck blew a radiator hose traveling inbound to the Matteo/Kassay/Cummins pads. As he reached the hilltop, he saw steam coming from under the hood. The driver continued up the hill to a safe spot to pull over just before the Matteo Pad next to the guard shack. The driver used absorbent pads to clean up the radiator fluid. Company man made several passes up and down the road searching for any additional spillage but was unable to locate any. Company man had driver back up truck, place new absorbent pads underneath, cleaned up all radiator fluid on ground, and the driver waited for mechanic to arrive to do repairs. Less than 1 gallon was visibly on the ground and was immediately cleaned up.

less than 1 gallonnonoYesNoNoImmediatelyYesNoneNonePedro RoblesEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(770) 894-3276(770) 894-3276Troy HamidiEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 629-2284(304) 629-2284Josh DaltonEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(724) 825-6859(724) 825-6859Hollie MedleyEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 543-8932(304) 212-0422Andy TravisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 951-0909(304) 212-0415Josh Dalton
11:15 AMWVMon CountyKassay PadN 39.6583700W 80.1944621190 Yank Hollow Road, Fairview, WV 26570Intermittent RainKassay PadKassay PadBlacksvilleTracy Davis(304) 305-0786Bear ContractingCummins Pad Superintendent30106

Bear Contracting, who is building the Cummins Pad, stores the diesel fuel to refill their equipment on the Kassay Pad in a vessel. (The Cummins Pad entrance begins at the northern end of the Kassay Pad). Woodford, a subcontractor of Bear, was offloading diesel fuel with a fuel truck via hose into the vessel.

Summary of events occurred Monday, April 15, 2019.
Spill Area Approximately 10' by 10', 50 gallons, diesel fuel.
Tracy Davis, Bear Cummins Pad Superintendent, was not on the physical location of the fuel tank. When he contacted me at approximately 12:00 PM he informed me that the truck driver/delivery man for Woodford, a subcontractor of Bear Contracting, had let the on site fuel tank overrun during this mornings fill up. This occurred at approximately 11:15 Am. The secondary containment was either overrun or spray from the full vessel was discharged onto the Kassay well pad outside of the secondary containment for the vessel . (Visual estimation of 50 gallons). It is not known how much freeboard was available in the secondary containment prior to incident. It is believed that no fuels left the Kassay Well Pad containment per Tracy Davis. Mr. Davis indicted the driver for Woodford was not cooperative in providing any information regarding the incident. Mr. Davis is to provide a detailed report via email. Also, NNE employee Jeff Wilson, was on location during the incident. Please see Mr. Wilson's comments regarding the incident via email attachment. Also see photos post incident provided by Mr. Davis.

50 gallons +-Secondary containment around vessel breached. Contained on Kassay well Pad.YesYesnonoWithin 15 minutes of incidentOngoingYesNNE notifed, oil rags and booms placed.Mark UrsoEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 677-2195(304) 326-0160Tracy DavisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 305-0786(304) 326-0160Dave McDougalEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 941-5033(304) 212-0419Hollie MedleyEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 543-8932(304) 212-0422Andy TravisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 951-0909(304) 212-0415Dave McDougal
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
11:45 AMWVBlacksvilleCummins39° 36' 54.21"N80° 16' 19.02"W1698 Yank Yollow RdCold, cloudy,Cummins18HBlacksvilleRogillo Mandoza(337) 532-1046NOVoperator955

Normal solids control operation pumping synthetic based drilling mud into the centrifuge for treatment.

During normal operating conditions, NOV was processing cuttings from the synthetic based drilling mud. A 4" hose that feeds mud into the centrifuge parted. Approximately 5bbls of mud went onto the matting boards below before the operator noticed and shut down the pump. All of the fluid spilled remained on primary containment. The matting boards were picked up and cleaned underneath. The inspector was notified.

5 bbls5 bblsYesYesYesNoSurface of mats were cleaned immediately. Once daylight the mats were removed to clean under.UnderwayOnce rig moves off, all mats will be removed for cleaning.A strap was added to the hose to remove the stress being placed on it.Travis GaspardEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(337) 254-8556(337) 254-8556Sam BarkerEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 629-2284(304) 629-2284Josh DaltonEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(724) 825-6859(724) 825-6859Hollie MedleyEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 543-8932(304) 212-0422Andy TravisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 951-0909(304) 212-0415Josh Dalton
12:10 PMWVClayYost39.6296-80.214900000000000000000000000000000Yost11HBlacksvilleJosh Grim(304) 276-3899NNECompanyman8182

Diesel/water mixture under the mats most likely from an overfill of the boiler. A water truck had split the berming and was allowing the mixture to drip out onto the gravel, gravel was scooped up and disposed of and we began pulling mats to vacuum the liquid out from under them, extreme called out to repair section of containment.

Diesel/water mixture under the mats most likely from an overfill of the boiler. A water truck had split the berming and was allowing the mixture to drip out onto the gravel, gravel was scooped up and disposed of and we began pulling mats to vacuum the liquid out from under them, extreme called out to repair section of containment.

1-2 galNoYesYesYesNonotified immediatelyYesNoScratched up gravel, vacuumed under mats.Josh 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) 212-0415
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
12:45 PMWVMonongalia CountyCoastal39.705639-80.2044441001 Daybrook Road, Fairview, WV 26570OvercastCoastalCoastalBlacksvilleJosh Null(304) 599-8384RW ProductsManager266

Crew was on the Coastal Pad removing solids from the AST, loading into vac boxes, and making ready for transport to disposal.

After the solids removal crew loaded one of the vac boxes, it was relocated from the work area to the staging area to wait for transport to disposal. As it was being unloaded from the roll-off truck to the staging area, the hatch door wasn't fully closed and allowed some of the solids/sludge to escape and spill onto the pad, outside secondary containment. The solids removal crew cleaned up the sludge and dressed in the area with new stone.

5 gallonsNoYesYesNoNo01/07/19, 12:45 PM - Notified of spillYesNoEnsure all doors on vac boxes are shut and fully bound with chain binders; incorporate into JSAs going forward.Pat JusticeEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(681) 285-5040(304) 277-1110Jeff WilsonEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 480-1414(304) 480-1414Chris 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
01:00 PMWVGrant Dist., Monongalia Co.N/A39.615723-80.089051N/AOvercastMichaelMon River WaterlineBlacksvilleAnthony Carlson(304) 216-8886Solo ConstructionWater Consultant7108

Following up on notification that a diesel spill had occurred at the Booster #2 pump station on the Mon River Waterline.

On 03 Jan 19, at approximately 1:00 PM, a diesel spill was discovered at Booster #2 pump station on the Mon River Waterline, outside secondary containment and estimated to be 5 gallons. No waters of the state or US were affected. It was determined this occurred near the end of the last transfer activity and went unreported. After discovery, a crew was dispatched to remove the contaminated stone and replace with new stone. The Spill Hotline was called and provided the following reference number: 31-84925. DEP Waste and Water Inspector Travis Hayes is also aware of the spill and the remedial actions taken.

5 gallonsNoYesYesYesYes01/03/19, 1 PM - Spill Discovery & DEP notification; 4:30 PM - Spill HotlineYesYesRemoved contaminated stone and replaced with new stoneCasey BuckhananEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 224-5567(304) 224-5567Anthony 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) 212-0415Chris Patterson
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
01:00 PMWVBlacksvilleBoggess39.67012280.093442030 Mason Dixon Hwy, Maidsville, WV80 deg sunnyBoggess3HBlacksvilleKelby Fowler(304) 377-6666PSCOperator642

Frac Operations Post Blender Swap

Josh Frazier, third party safety, noticed on pad walk around that PSC blender that had been swapped out was parked off containment and leaking water and FR mixture from tub. A total of 5 gal max had leaked out of tub and was under blender.

5 galNoYesYesNoNoImmediateYesNoAll equipment was taken out of service for inspection and repair. No equipment will be left off containmentTony LewellnEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(740) 819-9443(740) 819-9443Eric BooneEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 377-6666(304) 377-6666Criss VanGilderEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(405) 757-8725(405) 757-8725Hollie MedleyEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 543-8932(304) 212-0422Andy TravisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 951-0909(304) 212-0415Criss VanGilder
01:30 PMWVBlacksvilleLemley427063.7N1789013.1E781 Long Drain Rd. Core, WV 26541~32degF, Rain/snow mix.LemleyN/ABlacksvilleJames Harris(330) 620-0143Complete Energy ServicesDriver3280.5

During the Patterson 334 rig DeMOB from Lemley, hauling the VFD house to the stack out yard in Mt. Morris, PA

While hauling the load down the lease road (steep blacktop portion at the bottom of Mepco), the truck began to loose traction and the load pushed the tractor around. The driver attempted to correct the situation but ended up jack-knifed. The truck came to a stop positioned over a culvert entry to a small stream. When the trailer jack-knifed, it punctured a hole in the passenger side tank and released diesel fuel. There was a nearby pallet of absorbent material. The truck driver & pilot car drivers immediately began placing pads & socks to contain the spill and to minimize the amount of fuel that made it into the culvert & stream. The truck driver was not injured.

Less than 50 gallonsNoNoJosh Dalton & Andy Travis around 1:50pmYes by Andy TravisNoImmediatelyUnderwayNGE is monitoring & samples are being collected for DEPBrought out a road brush to clear any mud and a skidder to assist loads.Brian PumphreyEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 761-4676(304) 761-4676Joshua GrimEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 276-3899(304) 276-3899Josh DaltonEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(724) 825-6859(724) 825-6859Hollie MedleyEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 543-8932(304) 212-0422Andy TravisEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(304) 951-0909(304) 212-0415Josh Dalton
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
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
02:00 PMWVBlacksvilleCoastal39.705639-80.2044441001 Daybrook Road, Fairview, WV 26570SunnyCoastalASTBlacksvilleBronson Martin(702) 904-4301Comtech Inudstries, Inc.Laborer11.51.5

Re-fueling a portable heater unit.

"While re-fueling a third piece of equipment (a portable heater unit) the transfer / pump hose split and began to spray / release diesel fuel. The employee immediately shut down the pump and began to place spill pads to absorb the fuel. The fuel was on the bed of the truck as well as on the ground. Before the truck was moved it was cleaned to verify no additional areas would be affected. Approximately 2 - 4 gallons of diesel fuel was released (see attached photos). The spill area was cleaned up by placing the soiled spill pads and any dirt / rocks, that were affected, into collection buckets for disposal. The hose transfer line on the fuel cell was immediately replaced."

2 - 4 gallonsNoYesYesNoNo2:00 PM - spill occurred; 2:43 PM - Comtech notified NNEYesNoReplaced split / failed hose on the transfer pump of the fuel cell; modify inspection procedure of fuel cell to include routine replacement of the transfer hose (at least every 6 months).Levi BristorEmail hidden; Javascript is required.(724) 263-0105(724) 263-0105Anthony 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) 212-0415Chris Patterson
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