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Clearwater Oil Company, Ltd.

Big Bear Lease No. 2 Production Facility

SAMPLE Spill Prevention, Control, and

Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan

PART III. SPILL PREVENTION, CONTROL, AND

COUNTERMEASURE PROVISIONS

40 CFR 112.7 and 112.9

3.1Potential Discharge Volume and Direction of Flow [112.7(b)] and Containment [112.7(a)(3)(iii)]

Table 3-1, below, summarizes potential oil discharge scenarios. If unimpeded, oil would follow the site topography and reach Big Bear Creek.

Table 3-1: Potential discharge volume and direction of flow

Source

Type of failure

Maximum Volume (gal)

Maximum Discharge Rate (gal/hr)

Direction of Flow

Containment

Tank Battery

Crude Oil Storage Tank

Rupture due to lightning strike, seam failure

16,800

16,800

Southeast towards Big Bear Creek.

Containment berm

Leak at manway, valves

24

1

Southeast towards Big Bear Creek.

Overflow (1 day’s production)

1,260

53

Southeast towards Big Bear Creek.

Gun barrel

Rupture due to lightning strike, seam failure

21,000

21,000

Southeast towards Big Bear Creek.

Containment berm

Leak at manway, valves

42

2

Southeast towards Big Bear Creek.

Overflow (1 day’s production)

7,140

298

Southeast towards Big Bear Creek.

Containment berm

Flowlines and Piping

Flowlines and Piping on  Storage Tanks and Gun Barrel

Rupture/failure due to corrosion

3,570

148

Southeast towards Big Bear Creek.

Containment berm

Pinhole leak, or leak at connection

48

2

Southeast towards Big Bear Creek.

Flowlines and Piping associated with wells

Rupture/failure due to corrosion

3,570

148

Southeast towards Big Bear Creek.

None; See Oil Spill Contingency Plan

Pinhole leak, or leak at connection

48

2

Southeast towards Big Bear Creek.

None; See Oil Spill Contingency Plan

Version 1.0, 11/28/2005

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