OCD Permitting

NAPP2201332152 2021 MINOR I FLAR @ FAPP2126645866

General Incident Information


[fAPP2126645866] CEDAR CANYON 22 CTB
[16696] OXY USA INC
Closure Approved
Flare
Artesia
Minor
Private
Eddy (15)

L-22-24S-29E      0 FNL      0 FEL
32.199797,-103.977784 NAD83


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Event Dates

12/31/2021
12:00 AM

12/31/2021
11:59 PM
01/13/2022

01/13/2022

Compositional Analysis of Vented and/or Flared Natural Gas

Date Methane
(CH4) %
Nitrogen
(N2) %
Hydrogen Suffide
(H2S) PPM
Carbon Dioxide
(CO2) %
Oxygen
(O2) %
Natural Gas Analysis 01/13/2022 75 1 0 0 0

Incidents Materials

Cause Source Material Volume Units
Unk. Released Recovered Lost
Other Other (Specify) Natural Gas Flared 54 0 54 Mcf

Incident Events

Date Detail
01/13/2022 The (01/13/2022, C-129) application [72159] was assigned to this incident.
01/13/2022 Additional Details provided by the operator: Cedar Canyon 22 CTB VCU Meter #2 tracking combusted gas
01/13/2022 Corrective actions provided by the operator: On May 17, 2021, NMOCD issued a notice entitled, “Frequently Asked Questions Regarding the Natural Gas Waste Rules,” and states that “… pursuant to 19.15.27.8(G) NMAC, an operator who vents or flares for any reason and that lasts more than 8 hours cumulatively during any 24-hour period must report that event on Form C-129.” Combustion of storage tank vapors by this enclosed combustion device is used routinely at this facility pursuant to Federal US EPA NSPS OOOO/OOOOa regulations and state air permitting requirements that require the use of such a device to reduce storage tank emissions by 95%.
01/13/2022 Primary Equipment identified by the operator (Other (Specify), with additional details: Cedar Canyon 22 CTB VCU Meter #2 tracking combusted gas - No wells were involved with this flaring event as this event is due to combustion of storage tank vapors by an enclosed combustion device which is used routinely at this facility, pursuant to Federal US EPA NSPS OOOO/OOOOa regulations and state air permitting requirements that require the use of such a device to reduce storage tank emissions by 95%.)
01/13/2022 Steps taken to prevent waste provided by the operator: On May 17, 2021, NMOCD issued a notice entitled, “Frequently Asked Questions Regarding the Natural Gas Waste Rules,” and states that “… pursuant to 19.15.27.8(G) NMAC, an operator who vents or flares for any reason and that lasts more than 8 hours cumulatively during any 24-hour period must report that event on Form C-129.” Combustion of storage tank vapors by this enclosed combustion device is used routinely at this facility pursuant to Federal US EPA NSPS OOOO/OOOOa regulations and state air permitting requirements that require the use of such a device to reduce storage tank emissions by 95%.
01/13/2022 New incident created by the operator, upon the submission of a flaring of natural gas report.
12/31/2021 The flaring of natural gas discovered by the operator.

Orders No Orders Found

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