Notice of Liquids UnloadingKP Kauffman Company, Inc. has notified the COGCC that they will begin liquids unloading on the following wells that are located north of Vista Ridge and west of CR 5:SRC Pratt 32-29DSRC Pratt 42-29DSRC Pratt 29SDSRC Pratt 41-29DKP Kauffman reports this is ongoing work, beginning on 2/5/2021.SRC Pratt 43-29DSRC Pratt 34-29DKP Kauffman reports these operations will take no longer than one day, beginning on 2/2/2021 at 2 p.m. What is liquid unloading?
Gas well liquid unloading is a procedure, implemented periodically, where liquids that have accumulated in a gas well are removed to surface equipment. The liquids accumulation can include oil, condensate, and water, and may be due to a variety of causes, including decreases in gas velocity in the well, decreases in reservoir pressure, or changing gas to liquid ratios. As liquids accumulate, well production can decline and an operator may choose to unload the liquids from the well to restore gas production. This process may result in emissions of natural gas into the atmosphere, leaks, and/or spills and necessitates submission of this notice.
The COGCC requires well operators to send notification within 48 hours of performing liquids unloading to allow an opportunity to perform a field inspection if needed.More:Contact KP Kauffman Company at 303-825-4822Visit the KP Kauffman webpage at
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