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Map Legend

Map Legend
Tank Battery Permit Pending Approved Permit Spill Flowline Flowline (other end location unknown)
Producing Well Water Test Results Horizontal Drilling Plugged and Abandoned Dry and Abandoned Abandoned Location: Permit Vacated; per Operator, Well has not been Spudded
Inspection Pit Approved Permit to Drill Wellbore; not yet Reported as Spudded; Includes Expired Permits Shut-in Well: Completed Wellbore is not Producing but is Mechanically Capable of Production Temporarily abandoned Well: Completed Wellbore not Mechanically Capable of Production without Intervention Drilling Wellbore: well has been Spudded but is not yet Reported as Completed Injection Wellbore for Waste Disposal or Secondary Recovery
Active Well : Gas Storage Well Completion or Monitor Well (Manually Assigned by COGCC Staff) Waiting for Completion: Well has been Drilled but not yet Reported as Completed Suspended Permit: Permit to Drill is Suspended until an Issue is Resolved Commingled: Multiple Wellbores Completed and Producing from the same Formation in the Well Abandoned Drilled Wellbore or Vacated Permit for Wellbore that will not be Drilled or the well has been abandoned Domestic Gas Well School

Complaints

The following 10 complaint(s) have been assigned to Yuma County, Colorado:

  • Date Received: April 3, 2018 Document No.: 200445707 ROYALTY YUMA Operator: Foundation Energy Management Llc Facility: FIX Description: Royalties Payment / Missing Production, incorrect payment amount. ,Fix and Witte Minerals, LLC has not received its royalty check from Foundation Energy Management for March (normally paid in the first 10 days of the month). When Foundation took over the wells from Mountain Petroleum, payments were delayed a month from what had been Mountain's practice. Now we have received no payment at all. Also, Foundation has been charging much more conservation tax than any other operator that pays the LLC. Their royalty relations department promised me an explanation of the tax discrepancy in February but I have received nothing from them. The co-operator of the wells in Section 13, Diamond Operating, has been remitting checks on time with no apparent miscomputations. Resolution: The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC) received your complaint regarding royalties from the Fix 1-18 Well (API No. 05-125-07023) operated by Foundation Energy Management LLC (Operator No. 10112) (Foundation). Your complaint is documented in COGCC document number 200445707, which can be found on the “Complaints” page, off of our main website http://cogcc.state.co.us/. COGCC has reviewed the production data for the well included in your complaint, and has determined production records are current for the Fix 1-18 Well operated by Foundation, but all data may not yet be posted on our website. Production data as reported to COGCC can be found on the COGCC data website, under the category “Production.” (http://cogcc.state.co.us/data.html#/cogis) Please note operators have 45 days from the end of the month to submit production data to the COGCC. Following submittal COGCC needs approximately 30 days to process and post the data. If any data is missing, operators are given a notice with a two week due date to submit missing production. Therefore, a delay of 90 days from the close of the production month may be expected to see production data posted on the COGCC website. With respect to any proceeds you may be entitled to pursuant to a lease or other agreement, to pursue payment from the operator you may complete a COGCC Form 37 and submit it to the operator. Form 37 is available on our website by selecting the "Regulation" tab, and then selecting "Forms". This form may be submitted only by a payee legally entitled to payment from proceeds derived from the sale of oil, gas, or associated products from a well in Colorado. You must complete this form (one form per well) and submit it to the payor issuing the payment. Operator addresses may be found at the COGCC data website under the category Name, Address, and Financial Assurance (http://cogcc.state.co.us/data.html#/cogis). The Form 37 must be submitted to the payor via certified mail. Under the Payment of Proceeds statute 34-60
  • Date Received: March 27, 2017 Document No.: 200441249 OPERATOR RELATIONSHIP YUMA Operator: Rosewood Resources Inc Facility: BAGLEY Description: Location of concern: Several wells in Yuma County, including Bagley 8-12 and Bagley 23-01, Issue: I'm trying to transfer royalty payments from a decedent's estate to the heirs, and can't find a good contact number for the company paying the royalties. Texas Crude Operators has been sending checks to my client's deceased wife for some time. The telephone number listed on your database is answered by a law firm in Houston, who disavows any knowledge of Texas Crude. I called Rosewood Resources, who operates the wells in question, for a number, and got a contact name and number, but when I called that number I got a "disconnected line" message. Resolution: Complainant was contacted and informed that COGCC does not have any record of a producing well operated by Texas Crude (operator #87135). Since we do not have Texas Crude as an entity with any approved operations in the state or have any bonds for them, we do require updated contact information. The operator of the wells listed in the complaint is Rosewood Resources, the complainant was provided with the contact information for the operator from the COGCC records.
  • Date Received: Oct. 5, 2015 Document No.: 200437683 PITS YUMA Operator: Petron Development Company Facility: ZUEGE Description: On Aug 26, 2015 we discovered the evaporation pit had been tripled in size. The current permit # 417495 allows this put to be 15' x 20'. We measured this expansion and now it measures approx. 35' x 73'. Our surface agreement requires that the gas company notify us when any equipment other than a single vehicle required to perform regular well checks. We are very concerned about the expansion of the pit. We have no agreement with the gas company regarding any further damages to our land. If they can't control their water with the current permit size than we are requesting they use another form of water disposal. The location of the concern is: N1/2 SEC 8 T2S R 44W. Pit is related to wells API 125-09289, API 125-09708, API 125-09880 Resolution:
  • Date Received: Aug. 26, 2015 Document No.: 200436933 SOIL CONTAMINATION YUMA Operator: Petron Development Company Facility: ZUEGE Description: West of the pumping unit is what appears to be a salt kill on our irrigated farm land from a leaking pump. There is extensive corrosion on the lower pipes to the panels in place around the pump. ,A pumping unit that was off and not in a level position caused our irrigation sprinkler to get tangled up and damage our sprinkler. Upon inspection it is our opinion that that pumping unit is not maintained on a regular basis. Further inspection of other pumping units in the two adjacent field shows very little entry to those units providing us with proof that they are not monitored and maintained. The farmer who farms the land has reported never seeing the responsible party for maintainence at this location. The sprinkler has always been on this property and it is our belief that the gas companies equipment installed should not impede with current irrigation equipment and farming practices. There is damage to the soil and panels located at the pumping unit that we believe is salt damage and other issues such as guards removed and not in place that provide further proof that's this well is not maintained adequately. Lack of maintenance will surely create more damage to our existing property. We believe it their responsibility to pay for damages. Resolution:
  • Date Received: Aug. 24, 2015 Document No.: 2433 NOISE Operator: Petron Development Company Facility: Description: For the past 2-3 months Resolution: there has been an intermittent rumble where there is a loud thump
  • Date Received: May 1, 2014 Document No.: 200403448 SOIL CONTAMINATION YUMA Operator: Petron Development Company Facility: ZUEGE*ALLEN Description: Surface owner observed produced water in the pit misting/spraying on the ground south of the pit due to high winds on 4/30/2014. The owner observed white residue on soil that is suspected salt. The potentially impacted ground was recently planted with corn seed. Resolution:
  • Date Received: Oct. 29, 2012 Document No.: 200370566 ROADS YUMA Operator: Foundation Energy Management Llc Facility: SHANDY Description: Opertor while repairing road damaged land owners grass. Resolution: Contacted Cecil and Mr. Shandy and they came up with a solution and all work has been completed.
  • Date Received: March 24, 2011 Document No.: 200304697 WATER WELL YUMA Operator: Invalid Operator Facility: Description: Water well owner sampled water well and sent analytical results to COGCC for review. Resolution: Water quality of owner sampled water well similar to the quality observed in Laramie-Fox Hill aquifer water wells in area. Well water indicated possible issues with iron related bacteria.
  • Date Received: Oct. 4, 2010 Document No.: 200274550 SPILLS YUMA Operator: Omimex Petroleum Inc Facility: BROPHY Description: Travis Brophy, son of the landowner, called re: a spill from a pipeline associated with 05-125-10049 Brophy 8-32-5-44 well. If not that well, then one of the other Brophy wells in the vicinity. The spill/release happened last week end and he believe that approximately 1,000 gallons of fluid were spilled/released. Well is operated by Omimex Pet (operator number 66190). Resolution: From complaint Doc- COGCC inquired of operator nature end extent of spill. Operator said they responded to a spill Saturday and estimated the volume at less than 200 gallons of produced water. A pin hole leak in a 2 inch poly line under about 20 psi pressure. Leak excavated and repaired. Neither well serviced by this line is in operation. Brophy 8-32-5-44 is shut in and Brophy 14-29-5-44 is out of service with a bad pump.
  • Date Received: Oct. 4, 2010 Document No.: 200274550 SPILLS YUMA Operator: Omimex Petroleum Inc Facility: BROPHY Description: Travis Brophy, son of the landowner, called re: a spill from a pipeline associated with 05-125-10049 Brophy 8-32-5-44 well. If not that well, then one of the other Brophy wells in the vicinity. The spill/release happened last week end and he believe that approximately 1,000 gallons of fluid were spilled/released. Well is operated by Omimex Pet (operator number 66190). Resolution: From complaint Doc- COGCC inquired of operator nature end extent of spill. Operator said they responded to a spill Saturday and estimated the volume at less than 200 gallons of produced water. A pin hole leak in a 2 inch poly line under about 20 psi pressure. Leak excavated and repaired. Neither well serviced by this line is in operation. Brophy 8-32-5-44 is shut in and Brophy 14-29-5-44 is out of service with a bad pump.

NOAVs

COGCC has issued 30 NOAVs in Yuma County, Colorado:

Document No.: 2450986 Enforcement Action: Final Resolution Comment:

Document No.: 200248222 Enforcement Action: Final Resolution Comment: Follow up field inspection showed that all abatements have been corrected.

Document No.: 200247976 Enforcement Action: Final Resolution Comment: Follow up field inspection showed that all abatements have been corrected.

Document No.: 200280021 Enforcement Action: Final Resolution Comment: Impacted soil removed. Soil samples confirm SAR below Table 910-1 standards.

Document No.: 200282582 Enforcement Action: Final Resolution Comment: Well passed a Mechanical Integrity Test witnessed by a COGCC rep. on 2/23/2011.

Document No.: 200282590 Enforcement Action: Final Resolution Comment: Well passed a Mechanical Integrity Test witnessed by a COGCC rep. on 2/23/2011.

Document No.: 200284503 Enforcement Action: Final Resolution Comment: All abatements have been corrected. Well passed a Mechanical Integrity Test witnessed by a COGCC rep. on 2/23/2011.

Document No.: 200311675 Enforcement Action: Final Resolution Comment:

Document No.: 200318775 Enforcement Action: Final Resolution Comment: NO ACTION.

Document No.: 200360341 Enforcement Action: Final Resolution Comment: This well had a MIT performed a few days after the failed MIT and received a satisfactory Inspection report Doc number 663300447 with comments that it had passed the MIT. This NOAV is therefore closed.

Document No.: 200430636 Enforcement Action: Final Resolution Comment:

Document No.: 200395248 Enforcement Action: Final Resolution Comment:

Document No.: 200412873 Enforcement Action: Final Resolution Comment:

Document No.: 2450986 Enforcement Action: Final Resolution Comment:

Document No.: 401781563 Rule: 326.b Rule Description: Shut-in Wells Alleged Violation Description: Pursuant to Rule 326.b., ENERGY QUEST II LLC ("Operator") is required to perform a Mechanical Integrity Test ("MIT") on Shut-in ("SI") wells within two (2) years of the initial shut-in date and then at five (5) year intervals after an initial successful MIT. COGCC Rules do not permit placing a well back on production to fulfill, or in lieu of, the requirements to conduct an MIT. COGCC Staff had reason to believe Operator had committed one or more violations of COGCC Rules, and issued Warning Letter No. 401622272 to Operator on April 27, 2018 , requiring Operator to conduct MIT or plug and abandon delinquent wells by July 31, 2018 . On September 27, 2018 , COGCC Staff conducted an audit (“Audit”) of Operator's records for the well(s) in the attached table ("Well"). The Audit included reviewing records such as Operator's Form 7 Monthly Reports of Operations and Field Inspection Reports filed by COGCC Staff after inspecting the Well to determine the dates the Well was SI, and the COGCC database to determine whether Operator reported MIT(s) for the Well. Through this Audit, COGCC Staff determined that at least one Well in the attached table was overdue for performance of an MIT on a SI well. Operator failed to conduct timely MIT(s) for at least one SI Well, violating Rule 326.b. Enforcement Action: Corrective Action Description: In its Rule 522.d.(2) Answer, due within 28 days of the Operator’s receipt of the NOAV, Operator shall provide the following to COGCC:   - Operator shall perform an audit of its Mechanical Integrity Testing and MIT reporting for all its wells in Colorado. Operator shall submit a detailed report to COGCC which shows the following information for each of its wells which has been in SI or TA status for at least one month starting 24 months prior to September 27, 2018 . Operator shall email a copy of this report as an unlocked (editable) spreadsheet to the COGCC Enforcement email address indicated in the Answer section below.     (1.) API and Well name     (2.) SI or TA status by month, for each month the Well was SI or TA     (3.) Date of last MIT (“n/a” if no MIT performed for that Well)     (4.) Due date of next required MIT, according to Rules 319 and 326. If the Well is delinquent on required MIT as of NOAV issuance, indicate the due date of the most recent missed MIT.     (5.) Date Operator has scheduled to resolve the delinquency (such as by MIT or plug and abandon), if applicable. (“n/a” if the Well is not delinquent; “none” if Well is delinquent, but Operator has not yet scheduled operations to resolve the delinquency)     (6.) (If TA) Whether Operator is current on the Form 4 TA Sundry submittal required by Rule 319.b.(1) & (3).  - A proposed compliance plan to resolve all delinquencies identified in Operator’s audit. The proposed compliance plan will be subject to modification by the COGCC Engineering unit. Final Resolution Comment:

Document No.: 401781642 Rule: 309 Rule Description: Operator's Monthly Report of Operations Alleged Violation Description: Pursuant to Rule 309., OMIMEX PETROLEUM INC ("Operator") shall report every existing oil and gas well that is not plugged and abandoned on the Operator's Monthly Report of Operations ("Form 7"), within 45 days after the end of each month. Operator shall report such well every month from the month it is spud until it has been reported for one month as abandoned. Operator is required to report each formation that is completed in a well every month from the time that it is completed until one month after abandonment. COGCC Staff had reason to believe Operator had committed one or more violations of COGCC Rules, and issued Warning Letter No. 401227983 to Operator on March 08, 2017 , requiring Operator to resolve Operator's Form 7 inadequacies by April 10, 2017 . On September 26, 2018 , COGCC Staff conducted an audit of Operator's records for the well(s) in the attached table ("Well"), and found persistent inadequacies in Operator’s Form 7 reporting. Operator failed to submit Form 7, or filed incomplete or inaccurate Form 7 information, for at least one Well for one or more months, violating Rule 309. Enforcement Action: Corrective Action Description: In its Rule 522.d.(2) Answer, due within 28 days of the Operator’s receipt of the NOAV, Operator shall provide the following to COGCC:   - Operator shall perform an audit of its Form 7 reporting for all its wells in Colorado, and submit a summary of the number of late, missed, incomplete, and/or inaccurate Form 7 reports for each month starting twelve months prior to September 26, 2018 , through the most current month that was due as of NOAV issuance. By the Corrective Action Due Date, Operator shall submit all delinquent Form 7 reports, and shall submit revised Form 7 reports with the correct information for any months identified in Operator’s audit as incomplete or inaccurate. Final Resolution Comment:

Document No.: 401781642 Rule: 326 Rule Description: Mechanical Integrity Testing Alleged Violation Description: Pursuant to Rule 319.b., OMIMEX PETROLEUM INC ("Operator") is required to conduct a Mechanical Integrity Test (“MIT”) and receive Director approval prior to temporary abandonment of a well. Pursuant to Rule 326.c., Operator is required to conduct an MIT on TA wells within thirty (30) days of temporarily abandoning the well, and then at five (5) year intervals after an initial successful MIT. Pursuant to Rule 326.b., Operator is required to perform a Mechanical Integrity Test ("MIT") on Shut-in ("SI") wells within two (2) years of the initial shut-in date and then at five (5) year intervals after an initial successful MIT. COGCC Rules do not permit placing a well back on production to fulfill, or in lieu of, the requirements to conduct an MIT. Pursuant to Rule 326.d., Operator is required to perform a Mechanical Integrity Test ("MIT") on waiting-on-completion ("WO") wells within two (2) years of setting the production casing; and on suspended operations wells within two years of setting any casing string and suspending operations prior to reaching permitted total depth. COGCC Rule 100 defines a well as temporarily abandoned (“TA”) if the well becomes incapable of production (for example, through the removal of necessary production equipment or a well that has all downhole completed intervals isolated with a plug set above the highest perforation). Pursuant to Rule 316B., Operator shall submit results of any Mechanical Integrity Test ("MIT") on Form 21 within 30 days after the MIT. COGCC Staff had reason to believe Operator had committed one or more violations of COGCC Rules, and issued Warning Letter No. 401227983 to Operator on March 08, 2017 , requiring Operator to conduct MIT or plug and abandon delinquent wells and submit required reports by April 10, 2017 . On September 26, 2018 , COGCC Staff conducted an audit (“Audit”) of Operator's records for the well(s) in the attached table ("Well"). The Audit included reviewing records such as Operator's Form 7 Monthly Reports of Operations and Field Inspection Reports filed by COGCC Staff after inspecting the Well to determine the dates the Well was SI, TA, or WO; and the COGCC database to determine whether Operator reported MIT(s) for the Well. The Audit revealed that Operator variably reported the well as WO, TA, SI and PR since 2005, and that COGCC Staff had determined the Well to be TA as of January 5, 2016, (Field Inspection Report No. 680000321), was over two years delinquent for MIT, and required Operator to perform MIT by January 16, 2016. Operator may have performed MIT on the Well January 12, 2016, (Form 42 No. 400966862, Field Inspection Report No. 680300496), but as of the September 2018 Audit Operator had not submitted Form 21 to confirm performance of MIT and report the results of the test. Operator failed to conduct timely MIT, violating Rule 326. and 319.b.; and/or failed to timely submit MIT results on Form 21, violating Rule 316B. Enforcement Action: Corrective Action Description: In its Rule 522.d.(2) Answer, due within 28 days of the Operator’s receipt of the NOAV, Operator shall provide the following to COGCC:   - Operator shall perform an audit of its Mechanical Integrity Testing and MIT reporting for all its wells in Colorado. Operator shall submit a detailed report to COGCC which shows the following information for each of its wells which has been without hydrocarbon production for at least one month starting 24 months prior to September 26, 2018 . Operator shall email a copy of this report as an unlocked (editable) spreadsheet to the COGCC Enforcement email address indicated in the Answer section below.     (1.) API and Well name     (2.) SI or TA status by month, for each month the Well was SI or TA (or other status, as appropriate)     (3.) Date of last MIT (“n/a” if no MIT performed for that Well)     (4.) Due date of next required MIT, according to Rules 319 and 326. If the Well is delinquent on required MIT as of NOAV issuance, indicate the due date of the most recent missed MIT.     (5.) Date Operator has scheduled to resolve the delinquency (such as by MIT or plug and abandon), if applicable. (“n/a” if the Well is not delinquent; “none” if Well is delinquent, but Operator has not yet scheduled operations to resolve the delinquency)     (6.) (If TA) Whether Operator is current on the Form 4 TA Sundry submittal required by Rule 319.b.(1) & (3).  - A proposed compliance plan to resolve all delinquencies identified in Operator’s audit. The proposed compliance plan will be subject to modification by the COGCC Engineering unit. Final Resolution Comment:

Document No.: 401781563 Rule: 309 Rule Description: Operator's Monthly Report of Operations Alleged Violation Description: Pursuant to Rule 309., ENERGY QUEST II LLC ("Operator") shall report every existing oil and gas well that is not plugged and abandoned on the Operator's Monthly Report of Operations ("Form 7"), within 45 days after the end of each month. Operator shall report such well every month from the month it is spud until it has been reported for one month as abandoned. Operator is required to report each formation that is completed in a well every month from the time that it is completed until one month after abandonment. COGCC Staff had reason to believe Operator had committed one or more violations of COGCC Rules, and issued Warning Letter No. 401622272 to Operator on April 27, 2018 , requiring Operator to resolve Operator's Form 7 inadequacies by July 31, 2018 . On September 27, 2018 , COGCC Staff conducted an audit of Operator's records for the well(s) in the attached table ("Well"), and found persistent inadequacies in Operator’s Form 7 reporting. Operator failed to submit Form 7, or filed incomplete or inaccurate Form 7 information, for at least one Well for one or more months, violating Rule 309. Enforcement Action: Corrective Action Description: In its Rule 522.d.(2) Answer, due within 28 days of the Operator’s receipt of the NOAV, Operator shall provide the following to COGCC:   - Operator shall perform an audit of its Form 7 reporting for all its wells in Colorado, and submit a summary of the number of late, missed, incomplete, and/or inaccurate Form 7 reports for each month starting twelve months prior to September 27, 2018 , through the most current month that was due as of NOAV issuance. By the Corrective Action Due Date, Operator shall submit all delinquent Form 7 reports, and shall submit revised Form 7 reports with the correct information for any months identified in Operator’s audit as incomplete or inaccurate. Final Resolution Comment:

Document No.: 401781675 Rule: 326.b Rule Description: Shut-in Wells Alleged Violation Description: Pursuant to Rule 326.b., ROSEWOOD RESOURCES INC ("Operator") is required to perform a Mechanical Integrity Test ("MIT") on Shut-in ("SI") wells within two (2) years of the initial shut-in date and then at five (5) year intervals after an initial successful MIT. COGCC Rules do not permit placing a well back on production to fulfill, or in lieu of, the requirements to conduct an MIT. COGCC Staff had reason to believe Operator had committed one or more violations of COGCC Rules, and issued Warning Letter No. 401589574 to Operator on March 28, 2018 , requiring Operator to conduct MIT or plug and abandon delinquent wells by June 30, 2018 . On September 25, 2018 , COGCC Staff conducted an audit (“Audit”) of Operator's records for the well(s) in the attached table ("Well"). The Audit included reviewing records such as Operator's Form 7 Monthly Reports of Operations and Field Inspection Reports filed by COGCC Staff after inspecting the Well to determine the dates the Well was SI, and the COGCC database to determine whether Operator reported MIT(s) for the Well. Through this Audit, COGCC Staff determined that at least one Well in the attached table was overdue for performance of an MIT on a SI well. Operator failed to conduct timely MIT(s) for at least one SI Well, violating Rule 326.b. Enforcement Action: Corrective Action Description: In its Rule 522.d.(2) Answer, due within 28 days of the Operator’s receipt of the NOAV, Operator shall provide the following to COGCC:   - Operator shall perform an audit of its Mechanical Integrity Testing and MIT reporting for all its wells in Colorado. Operator shall submit a detailed report to COGCC which shows the following information for each of its wells which has been in SI or TA status for at least one month starting 24 months prior to September 25, 2018 . Operator shall email a copy of this report as an unlocked (editable) spreadsheet to the COGCC Enforcement email address indicated in the Answer section below.     (1.) API and Well name     (2.) SI or TA status by month, for each month the Well was SI or TA     (3.) Date of last MIT (“n/a” if no MIT performed for that Well)     (4.) Due date of next required MIT, according to Rules 319 and 326. If the Well is delinquent on required MIT as of NOAV issuance, indicate the due date of the most recent missed MIT.     (5.) Date Operator has scheduled to resolve the delinquency (such as by MIT or plug and abandon), if applicable. (“n/a” if the Well is not delinquent; “none” if Well is delinquent, but Operator has not yet scheduled operations to resolve the delinquency)     (6.) (If TA) Whether Operator is current on the Form 4 TA Sundry submittal required by Rule 319.b.(1) & (3).  - A proposed compliance plan to resolve all delinquencies identified in Operator’s audit. The proposed compliance plan will be subject to modification by the COGCC Engineering unit. Final Resolution Comment:

Document No.: 401781675 Rule: 309 Rule Description: Operator's Monthly Report of Operations Alleged Violation Description: Pursuant to Rule 309., ROSEWOOD RESOURCES INC ("Operator") shall report every existing oil and gas well that is not plugged and abandoned on the Operator's Monthly Report of Operations ("Form 7"), within 45 days after the end of each month. Operator shall report such well every month from the month it is spud until it has been reported for one month as abandoned. Operator is required to report each formation that is completed in a well every month from the time that it is completed until one month after abandonment. COGCC Staff had reason to believe Operator had committed one or more violations of COGCC Rules, and issued Warning Letter No. 401589574 to Operator on March 28, 2018 , requiring Operator to resolve Operator's Form 7 inadequacies by June 30, 2018 . On September 25, 2018 , COGCC Staff conducted an audit of Operator's records for the well(s) in the attached table ("Well"), and found persistent inadequacies in Operator’s Form 7 reporting. Operator failed to submit Form 7, or filed incomplete or inaccurate Form 7 information, for at least one Well for one or more months, violating Rule 309. Enforcement Action: Corrective Action Description: In its Rule 522.d.(2) Answer, due within 28 days of the Operator’s receipt of the NOAV, Operator shall provide the following to COGCC:   - Operator shall perform an audit of its Form 7 reporting for all its wells in Colorado, and submit a summary of the number of late, missed, incomplete, and/or inaccurate Form 7 reports for each month starting twelve months prior to September 25, 2018 , through the most current month that was due as of NOAV issuance. By the Corrective Action Due Date, Operator shall submit all delinquent Form 7 reports, and shall submit revised Form 7 reports with the correct information for any months identified in Operator’s audit as incomplete or inaccurate. Final Resolution Comment:

Document No.: 200311675 Enforcement Action: Final Resolution Comment:

Document No.: 200395248 Enforcement Action: Final Resolution Comment:

Document No.: 200412873 Enforcement Action: Final Resolution Comment:

Document No.: 200430636 Enforcement Action: Final Resolution Comment:

Document No.: 401781563 Rule: 309 Rule Description: Operator's Monthly Report of Operations Alleged Violation Description: Pursuant to Rule 309., ENERGY QUEST II LLC ("Operator") shall report every existing oil and gas well that is not plugged and abandoned on the Operator's Monthly Report of Operations ("Form 7"), within 45 days after the end of each month. Operator shall report such well every month from the month it is spud until it has been reported for one month as abandoned. Operator is required to report each formation that is completed in a well every month from the time that it is completed until one month after abandonment. COGCC Staff had reason to believe Operator had committed one or more violations of COGCC Rules, and issued Warning Letter No. 401622272 to Operator on April 27, 2018 , requiring Operator to resolve Operator's Form 7 inadequacies by July 31, 2018 . On September 27, 2018 , COGCC Staff conducted an audit of Operator's records for the well(s) in the attached table ("Well"), and found persistent inadequacies in Operator’s Form 7 reporting. Operator failed to submit Form 7, or filed incomplete or inaccurate Form 7 information, for at least one Well for one or more months, violating Rule 309. Enforcement Action: Corrective Action Description: In its Rule 522.d.(2) Answer, due within 28 days of the Operator’s receipt of the NOAV, Operator shall provide the following to COGCC:   - Operator shall perform an audit of its Form 7 reporting for all its wells in Colorado, and submit a summary of the number of late, missed, incomplete, and/or inaccurate Form 7 reports for each month starting twelve months prior to September 27, 2018 , through the most current month that was due as of NOAV issuance. By the Corrective Action Due Date, Operator shall submit all delinquent Form 7 reports, and shall submit revised Form 7 reports with the correct information for any months identified in Operator’s audit as incomplete or inaccurate. Final Resolution Comment:

Document No.: 401781563 Rule: 326.b Rule Description: Shut-in Wells Alleged Violation Description: Pursuant to Rule 326.b., ENERGY QUEST II LLC ("Operator") is required to perform a Mechanical Integrity Test ("MIT") on Shut-in ("SI") wells within two (2) years of the initial shut-in date and then at five (5) year intervals after an initial successful MIT. COGCC Rules do not permit placing a well back on production to fulfill, or in lieu of, the requirements to conduct an MIT. COGCC Staff had reason to believe Operator had committed one or more violations of COGCC Rules, and issued Warning Letter No. 401622272 to Operator on April 27, 2018 , requiring Operator to conduct MIT or plug and abandon delinquent wells by July 31, 2018 . On September 27, 2018 , COGCC Staff conducted an audit (“Audit”) of Operator's records for the well(s) in the attached table ("Well"). The Audit included reviewing records such as Operator's Form 7 Monthly Reports of Operations and Field Inspection Reports filed by COGCC Staff after inspecting the Well to determine the dates the Well was SI, and the COGCC database to determine whether Operator reported MIT(s) for the Well. Through this Audit, COGCC Staff determined that at least one Well in the attached table was overdue for performance of an MIT on a SI well. Operator failed to conduct timely MIT(s) for at least one SI Well, violating Rule 326.b. Enforcement Action: Corrective Action Description: In its Rule 522.d.(2) Answer, due within 28 days of the Operator’s receipt of the NOAV, Operator shall provide the following to COGCC:   - Operator shall perform an audit of its Mechanical Integrity Testing and MIT reporting for all its wells in Colorado. Operator shall submit a detailed report to COGCC which shows the following information for each of its wells which has been in SI or TA status for at least one month starting 24 months prior to September 27, 2018 . Operator shall email a copy of this report as an unlocked (editable) spreadsheet to the COGCC Enforcement email address indicated in the Answer section below.     (1.) API and Well name     (2.) SI or TA status by month, for each month the Well was SI or TA     (3.) Date of last MIT (“n/a” if no MIT performed for that Well)     (4.) Due date of next required MIT, according to Rules 319 and 326. If the Well is delinquent on required MIT as of NOAV issuance, indicate the due date of the most recent missed MIT.     (5.) Date Operator has scheduled to resolve the delinquency (such as by MIT or plug and abandon), if applicable. (“n/a” if the Well is not delinquent; “none” if Well is delinquent, but Operator has not yet scheduled operations to resolve the delinquency)     (6.) (If TA) Whether Operator is current on the Form 4 TA Sundry submittal required by Rule 319.b.(1) & (3).  - A proposed compliance plan to resolve all delinquencies identified in Operator’s audit. The proposed compliance plan will be subject to modification by the COGCC Engineering unit. Final Resolution Comment:

Document No.: 401781642 Rule: 309 Rule Description: Operator's Monthly Report of Operations Alleged Violation Description: Pursuant to Rule 309., OMIMEX PETROLEUM INC ("Operator") shall report every existing oil and gas well that is not plugged and abandoned on the Operator's Monthly Report of Operations ("Form 7"), within 45 days after the end of each month. Operator shall report such well every month from the month it is spud until it has been reported for one month as abandoned. Operator is required to report each formation that is completed in a well every month from the time that it is completed until one month after abandonment. COGCC Staff had reason to believe Operator had committed one or more violations of COGCC Rules, and issued Warning Letter No. 401227983 to Operator on March 08, 2017 , requiring Operator to resolve Operator's Form 7 inadequacies by April 10, 2017 . On September 26, 2018 , COGCC Staff conducted an audit of Operator's records for the well(s) in the attached table ("Well"), and found persistent inadequacies in Operator’s Form 7 reporting. Operator failed to submit Form 7, or filed incomplete or inaccurate Form 7 information, for at least one Well for one or more months, violating Rule 309. Enforcement Action: Corrective Action Description: In its Rule 522.d.(2) Answer, due within 28 days of the Operator’s receipt of the NOAV, Operator shall provide the following to COGCC:   - Operator shall perform an audit of its Form 7 reporting for all its wells in Colorado, and submit a summary of the number of late, missed, incomplete, and/or inaccurate Form 7 reports for each month starting twelve months prior to September 26, 2018 , through the most current month that was due as of NOAV issuance. By the Corrective Action Due Date, Operator shall submit all delinquent Form 7 reports, and shall submit revised Form 7 reports with the correct information for any months identified in Operator’s audit as incomplete or inaccurate. Final Resolution Comment:

Document No.: 401781642 Rule: 326 Rule Description: Mechanical Integrity Testing Alleged Violation Description: Pursuant to Rule 319.b., OMIMEX PETROLEUM INC ("Operator") is required to conduct a Mechanical Integrity Test (“MIT”) and receive Director approval prior to temporary abandonment of a well. Pursuant to Rule 326.c., Operator is required to conduct an MIT on TA wells within thirty (30) days of temporarily abandoning the well, and then at five (5) year intervals after an initial successful MIT. Pursuant to Rule 326.b., Operator is required to perform a Mechanical Integrity Test ("MIT") on Shut-in ("SI") wells within two (2) years of the initial shut-in date and then at five (5) year intervals after an initial successful MIT. COGCC Rules do not permit placing a well back on production to fulfill, or in lieu of, the requirements to conduct an MIT. Pursuant to Rule 326.d., Operator is required to perform a Mechanical Integrity Test ("MIT") on waiting-on-completion ("WO") wells within two (2) years of setting the production casing; and on suspended operations wells within two years of setting any casing string and suspending operations prior to reaching permitted total depth. COGCC Rule 100 defines a well as temporarily abandoned (“TA”) if the well becomes incapable of production (for example, through the removal of necessary production equipment or a well that has all downhole completed intervals isolated with a plug set above the highest perforation). Pursuant to Rule 316B., Operator shall submit results of any Mechanical Integrity Test ("MIT") on Form 21 within 30 days after the MIT. COGCC Staff had reason to believe Operator had committed one or more violations of COGCC Rules, and issued Warning Letter No. 401227983 to Operator on March 08, 2017 , requiring Operator to conduct MIT or plug and abandon delinquent wells and submit required reports by April 10, 2017 . On September 26, 2018 , COGCC Staff conducted an audit (“Audit”) of Operator's records for the well(s) in the attached table ("Well"). The Audit included reviewing records such as Operator's Form 7 Monthly Reports of Operations and Field Inspection Reports filed by COGCC Staff after inspecting the Well to determine the dates the Well was SI, TA, or WO; and the COGCC database to determine whether Operator reported MIT(s) for the Well. The Audit revealed that Operator variably reported the well as WO, TA, SI and PR since 2005, and that COGCC Staff had determined the Well to be TA as of January 5, 2016, (Field Inspection Report No. 680000321), was over two years delinquent for MIT, and required Operator to perform MIT by January 16, 2016. Operator may have performed MIT on the Well January 12, 2016, (Form 42 No. 400966862, Field Inspection Report No. 680300496), but as of the September 2018 Audit Operator had not submitted Form 21 to confirm performance of MIT and report the results of the test. Operator failed to conduct timely MIT, violating Rule 326. and 319.b.; and/or failed to timely submit MIT results on Form 21, violating Rule 316B. Enforcement Action: Corrective Action Description: In its Rule 522.d.(2) Answer, due within 28 days of the Operator’s receipt of the NOAV, Operator shall provide the following to COGCC:   - Operator shall perform an audit of its Mechanical Integrity Testing and MIT reporting for all its wells in Colorado. Operator shall submit a detailed report to COGCC which shows the following information for each of its wells which has been without hydrocarbon production for at least one month starting 24 months prior to September 26, 2018 . Operator shall email a copy of this report as an unlocked (editable) spreadsheet to the COGCC Enforcement email address indicated in the Answer section below.     (1.) API and Well name     (2.) SI or TA status by month, for each month the Well was SI or TA (or other status, as appropriate)     (3.) Date of last MIT (“n/a” if no MIT performed for that Well)     (4.) Due date of next required MIT, according to Rules 319 and 326. If the Well is delinquent on required MIT as of NOAV issuance, indicate the due date of the most recent missed MIT.     (5.) Date Operator has scheduled to resolve the delinquency (such as by MIT or plug and abandon), if applicable. (“n/a” if the Well is not delinquent; “none” if Well is delinquent, but Operator has not yet scheduled operations to resolve the delinquency)     (6.) (If TA) Whether Operator is current on the Form 4 TA Sundry submittal required by Rule 319.b.(1) & (3).  - A proposed compliance plan to resolve all delinquencies identified in Operator’s audit. The proposed compliance plan will be subject to modification by the COGCC Engineering unit. Final Resolution Comment:

Document No.: 401781675 Rule: 326.b Rule Description: Shut-in Wells Alleged Violation Description: Pursuant to Rule 326.b., ROSEWOOD RESOURCES INC ("Operator") is required to perform a Mechanical Integrity Test ("MIT") on Shut-in ("SI") wells within two (2) years of the initial shut-in date and then at five (5) year intervals after an initial successful MIT. COGCC Rules do not permit placing a well back on production to fulfill, or in lieu of, the requirements to conduct an MIT. COGCC Staff had reason to believe Operator had committed one or more violations of COGCC Rules, and issued Warning Letter No. 401589574 to Operator on March 28, 2018 , requiring Operator to conduct MIT or plug and abandon delinquent wells by June 30, 2018 . On September 25, 2018 , COGCC Staff conducted an audit (“Audit”) of Operator's records for the well(s) in the attached table ("Well"). The Audit included reviewing records such as Operator's Form 7 Monthly Reports of Operations and Field Inspection Reports filed by COGCC Staff after inspecting the Well to determine the dates the Well was SI, and the COGCC database to determine whether Operator reported MIT(s) for the Well. Through this Audit, COGCC Staff determined that at least one Well in the attached table was overdue for performance of an MIT on a SI well. Operator failed to conduct timely MIT(s) for at least one SI Well, violating Rule 326.b. Enforcement Action: Corrective Action Description: In its Rule 522.d.(2) Answer, due within 28 days of the Operator’s receipt of the NOAV, Operator shall provide the following to COGCC:   - Operator shall perform an audit of its Mechanical Integrity Testing and MIT reporting for all its wells in Colorado. Operator shall submit a detailed report to COGCC which shows the following information for each of its wells which has been in SI or TA status for at least one month starting 24 months prior to September 25, 2018 . Operator shall email a copy of this report as an unlocked (editable) spreadsheet to the COGCC Enforcement email address indicated in the Answer section below.     (1.) API and Well name     (2.) SI or TA status by month, for each month the Well was SI or TA     (3.) Date of last MIT (“n/a” if no MIT performed for that Well)     (4.) Due date of next required MIT, according to Rules 319 and 326. If the Well is delinquent on required MIT as of NOAV issuance, indicate the due date of the most recent missed MIT.     (5.) Date Operator has scheduled to resolve the delinquency (such as by MIT or plug and abandon), if applicable. (“n/a” if the Well is not delinquent; “none” if Well is delinquent, but Operator has not yet scheduled operations to resolve the delinquency)     (6.) (If TA) Whether Operator is current on the Form 4 TA Sundry submittal required by Rule 319.b.(1) & (3).  - A proposed compliance plan to resolve all delinquencies identified in Operator’s audit. The proposed compliance plan will be subject to modification by the COGCC Engineering unit. Final Resolution Comment:

Document No.: 401781675 Rule: 309 Rule Description: Operator's Monthly Report of Operations Alleged Violation Description: Pursuant to Rule 309., ROSEWOOD RESOURCES INC ("Operator") shall report every existing oil and gas well that is not plugged and abandoned on the Operator's Monthly Report of Operations ("Form 7"), within 45 days after the end of each month. Operator shall report such well every month from the month it is spud until it has been reported for one month as abandoned. Operator is required to report each formation that is completed in a well every month from the time that it is completed until one month after abandonment. COGCC Staff had reason to believe Operator had committed one or more violations of COGCC Rules, and issued Warning Letter No. 401589574 to Operator on March 28, 2018 , requiring Operator to resolve Operator's Form 7 inadequacies by June 30, 2018 . On September 25, 2018 , COGCC Staff conducted an audit of Operator's records for the well(s) in the attached table ("Well"), and found persistent inadequacies in Operator’s Form 7 reporting. Operator failed to submit Form 7, or filed incomplete or inaccurate Form 7 information, for at least one Well for one or more months, violating Rule 309. Enforcement Action: Corrective Action Description: In its Rule 522.d.(2) Answer, due within 28 days of the Operator’s receipt of the NOAV, Operator shall provide the following to COGCC:   - Operator shall perform an audit of its Form 7 reporting for all its wells in Colorado, and submit a summary of the number of late, missed, incomplete, and/or inaccurate Form 7 reports for each month starting twelve months prior to September 25, 2018 , through the most current month that was due as of NOAV issuance. By the Corrective Action Due Date, Operator shall submit all delinquent Form 7 reports, and shall submit revised Form 7 reports with the correct information for any months identified in Operator’s audit as incomplete or inaccurate. Final Resolution Comment:

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