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Publication Name: ORMAT NEVADA INC. APPLICATIONS FOR PERMIT TO DRILL GEOTHERMAL OBSERVATION WELLS
Original File Name Searched: EA-1944-DEA-AppendixA-2012.pdf
Page Number: 001
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ORNI 9, LLC, AND ORMAT NEVADA INC. APPLICATIONS FOR PERMIT TO DRILL GEOTHERMAL OBSERVATION WELLS 82-14 AND 55-14 AND GEOTHERMAL PRODUCTION WELL 15-12 AND POSSIBLE FUTURE GEOTHERMAL WELLS LOCATED IN SECTIONS 12, and 14, T22N, R26E, MDB&M BLM Geothermal Leases NVN-065558 and NVN-065561 BLM Environmental Assessment No. NV-020-05-07
CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL
1. This approval is contingent upon the lessee/operator being in receipt of and in compliance with all appropriate federal, state, and local permits.
2. When cultural or paleontological resources, including but not limited to historic ruins, prehistoric artifacts and fossils, are discovered in the performance of the permit, the resources shall be left intact and immediately brought to the attention of the BLM authorized officer.
3. Pursuant 43 CFR 10.4(g) the holder of this authorization must notify the authorized officer, by telephone, with written confirmation, immediately upon the discovery of human remains, funerary objects, sacred objects, or objects of cultural patrimony (as defined at 43 CFR 10.20). Further, pursuant to 43 CFR 10.4(c) and (d), the lessee/operator shall immediately stop all activities in the vicinity of the discovery and protect it for 30 days or until notified to proceed by the BLM authorized officer.
4. No hazardous materials shall be used during any phase of the operations unless prior approval has been obtained from the BLM authorized officer. All onsite drilling materials and chemicals shall be properly stored to ensure the prevention of spills. No chromate or other heavy metals or environmentally harmful additives will be used.
5. No chemicals, fuels, oils, lubricants, noxious fluids shall be disposed of at the drill site, in the reserve or flow pits or down the well.
6. If any chemicals, fuels, oils, lubricants, and/or noxious fluids are spilled during drilling, testing, and completion operations, they shall be cleaned up immediately. The lessee/operator shall have absorbent on site for spill containment. After clean up, the chemicals, fuels, oil, lubricants and/or noxious fluids and any contaminated material shall be removed from the drill site and disposed of at an approved disposal facility. No chemicals, fuels, oils, lubricants, noxious fluids would be disposed of at the drill site, in the reserve or flow pits or down the well.
7. The lessee/operator shall be responsible for all costs associated with any releases of chemicals and/or subsurface fluids resulting from their operations and practices.
8. Material Safety Data Sheets for all drilling mud components are to be provided to the Hazmat coordinator at the Winnemucca Field Office.
9. The reserve pit shall be fenced on three sides during drilling. Upon completion of the drilling operation, when the site is unoccupied, the fourth side shall also be fenced until the liquid has evaporated out of the reserve pit.
10. Portable chemical toilets shall be used for human waste. The human waste shall not be buried on site.
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