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Clearwater Oil Company, Ltd.

Big Bear Lease No. 2 Production Facility

SAMPLE Spill Prevention, Control, and

Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan

Facility Area

Equipment

Inspection Item

Leasehold area between wells and Tank Battery

Flowlines

Flowline between the well and tank battery/gun barrel

Exposed line of buried piping

Valves (condition of, whether locked or sealed)

Evidence of leaks and/or damage, especially at connections/collars

Corrosion (pitting, flaking)

Pipe supports

Road and Field Ditches

Evidence/puddles of crude oil and/or produced water

Other

Chemicals, Fuels and Lube Oils

Storage conditions

Response staging areas

Area

Road practicable by field vehicle

Area clear of excessive vegetation

* Tested quarterly by third party inspection company.

3.4.3Periodic Condition Inspection of Bulk Storage Containers

A condition inspection of bulk storage containers is performed by a qualified inspector according to the schedule and scope specified in API RP 12R1. The schedule is determined based on the corrosion rate; with the first inspection performed no more than 15 years after the tank construction, as detailed in Table 3-5.

Three bulk storage containers installed at this facility were moved from another facility decommissioned by Clearwater. These bulk storage containers were leak tested after relocation to the facility.

Table 3-5: Schedule of periodic condition inspection of bulk storage containers

Tank

Year Built

Last Inspection

Next inspection by

#1

1983

11/5/1998

11/5/2008*

#2

2002

None

First inspection to be performed by 12/31/2017*

#3

1995

None

First inspection to be performed by 12/31/2010*

#4

2002

None

First inspection to be performed by 12/31/2017*

#5

1991

None

First inspection to be performed by 12/31/2006*

* Dates for subsequent external inspections must follow the recommendations of the certified inspector, not to exceed three-quarters of the predicted shell/roof deck corrosion rate life, or maximum of 15 years.

3.4.4Brittle Fracture Evaluation [112.7(i)]

At the present time, none of the bulk storage containers at this site was field-erected, and therefore no brittle fracture evaluation is required.

Version 1.0, 11/28/2005

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