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Clearwater Oil Company, Ltd.

Big Bear Lease No. 2 Production Facility

SAMPLE Spill Prevention, Control, and

Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan

stained or discolored soil, etc. are logged and communicated to the Clearwater Field Operations Manager.

Table 3-3: Scope of daily examinations

Facility Area

Item

Observations

Storage Tanks (Oil and Produced water)

Leaks

Tank liquid level gauged

Drip marks, leaks from weld seams, base of tank

Puddles containing spilled or leak material

Corrosion, especially at base (pitting, flaking)

Cracks in metal

Excessive soil or vegetation buildup against base

Foundation problems

Cracks

Puddles containing spilled or leaked material

Settling

Gaps at base

Flowlines problems

Evidence of leaks, especially at connections/collars

Corrosion (pitting, flaking)

Settling

Evidence of stored material seepage from valves or seals

Wells

Leak

Evidence of oil seepage from pumping rod stuffing boxes, wellhead and wellhead flowlines, valves, gauges

SW Pumps

Leaks

Leaks at seals, flowlines, valves, hoses

Puddles containing spilled or leaked material

Corrosion

3.4.2Monthly Inspections

Table 3-4 summarizes the scope of monthly inspections performed by field personnel.

The monthly inspection covers the wellheads, flowlines, and all processing equipment. It also includes verifying the proper functioning of all detection devices, including high-level sensors on oil storage tanks, heater treater, and separators. Storage tanks are inspected for signs of deterioration, leaks, or accumulation of oil inside the containment area, or other signs that maintenance or repairs are needed. The secondary containment area is checked for proper drainage, general conditions, evidence of oil, or signs of leakage. The monthly inspection also involves visually inspecting all aboveground valves and pipelines and noting the general condition of items such as transfer hoses, flange joints, expansion joints, valve glands and bodies, catch pans, pipeline supports, pumping well pumping rod stuffing boxes, bleeder and gauge valves, locking of valves, and metal surfaces.

The checklist provided in Appendix C is used during monthly inspections. These inspections are performed in accordance with written procedures such as API standards (e.g., API RP 12R1), engineering specifications, and maintenance schedule developed by the equipment

Version 1.0, 11/28/2005

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