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AGENDA
AREA:
KEYFOCUS Vibrancy
Economic

AGENDADATE: January
12,2011

coUNClLDISTRIGT{S}: 3

DEPARTMENT: Sustainable andConstruction


Development

CMO: A. C. Gonzalez.671-8925

MAP$CO: 514Q R

SUBJECT
A publichearingto receivemmmentsregardingan application for and an ordinance
grantinga SpecificUse Permitfor gas drillingand productionon propertyzonedan lR
IndustrialResearchDistricton the south side of JeffersonBoulevard,east of Hardy
Road adjacentto the water canal in the westernmostquadrantof the HensleyField
Airportand NavalBase
Recommendation of Staff: Approvalfor a ten-yearperiodwith eligibilityfor automatic
renewalof additional ten-yearperiods,subjectto an existingsiteplan,operationplanfor
drilling,operationplanfor production
and conditions
RecommendationCPC:of without
Denial preludice
2090-211{WE)
MAYORAND CITYCOUNCIL
HONOR/ABLE JANUARY{2, 2011
WEDNESDAY,
ACM: A. G. Gonzalez

FILENUMBER: zae0-211(wE) DATEFILED: May25,2010

LOGATION: South side of JeffersonBoulevard,east of Hardy Road


adjacentto the watercanalin the westernmostquadrantof the
HensleyFieldAirportand NavalBase

COUNCILDISTRICT: 3 MAPSCO: 51A-Q,R

SIZEOF REQUEST: Approx.3.67acres CENSUSTRACT: 1s9.00

APPLICANT: XTO Energylnc

OWNER: Cityof Dallas

REPRESENTATIVE: DallasCothrum
MASTERPLAN

REQUEST: for a SpecificUse Permitfor gas drillingand


An application
productionon property zoned an lR lndustrialResearch
District.

SUMMARY: The purposeof this requestis to allow for the drilling,and


of naturalgas on a siteat HensleyField.
production

CPCRECOMMENDATION: Denialwithoutprejudice

STAFFRECOMMENDATION:Approval for a ten-year period with eligibilityfor


automaticrenewalof additionalten-yearperiods,subjectto an existingsite plan,
operationplanfor drilling,operationplanfor production
and conditions.

ZONINGCASE
DESIGNATED
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:
INFORMATION
BACKGROUND

' The applicant'srequestfor a SpecificUse Permitwill allowfor the operationand


productionof naturalgas on HensleyField,a de-commissioned navalair base.The
12 wellson a3.67 acre
applicantproposesto drillapproximately site.

. The requestsite is one of severalproposedgas well siteson HensleyField. The


applicantcouldproposeup to 9 additionaldrillsiteson HensleyFielddependingon
siteswill requireSpecificUse Permits.
the successof thissite. Additional

. ln September2A07,the City CouncilapprovedOrdinanceNo. 26920 requiringa


SpecificUse Permitfor gas drillingand production
in all zoningdistricts.

. The City of Dallashas enteredinto an agreementwith the applicantto leasethe


propertyfor gas drillingand production.

' The requestsiteis zonedan lR lndustrialResearchDistrict.An openchannelwater


canal separatesthe proposedgas drillingsite from the singlefamily uses. The
proposedwellsare approximately use.
898feetfromthe nearestresidential

Zoninq Historv: Therehas not beenany recentzoningchangesrequestin the area.

ThorouqhfareslStreets:

Thoroughfare/Street Type Existing Proposed


ROW ROW
JeffersonBoulevard Arterial
Principal 100ft. 100ft.

Land Use:

Zoning LandUse
Site IR Navalbase
Decommissioned
North IR HenslevField
Undeveloped.
South rR,R-7.s(A) Lake
Undeveloped,
East rR.R-7.5(A) HenslevField
Undeveloped,
West IR Undeveloped

ComprehensivePlan: The comprehensive plan does not make a specificland use


recommendation relatedto the request,howeverthe fonrvardDallas! is
Visionlllustration
comprisedof a seriesof BuildingBlocksthat showsgeneralland use patterns.They
are generalizedpattemswithoutwell-definedboundariesthat indicatewhere certain
typesand densitiesof developmentmightlogicallyoccur.
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The requestsitelieswithinan lndustrialAreaBuildingBlock. This BuildingBlockoffers


importantemploymentopportunities, orcupy largeareasof land and usuallyare near
major roads and heavy rail lines. Evolvingtechnologyand the need for freight
movementthroughDallasto the restof the countryand intemationally meansthissector
can offer good opportunities
for jobs. Logisticsand warehousing,a growingindustry
with strongpotentialfor upwardmobilityof skilledworkers,wouldthrivein such areas.
ExamplesincludeSouthportand the AgilePort,partsof WestDallasalongl-30,and the
Stemmonsindustrialarea. These areas includea mix of low- and medium-density
industrialbuildingsand industrialyards and have large surfaceparkingfor cars and
Areasrelyon qualityroad accessand may be linkedto railfor freight
trucks.Industrial
purposes.Street lanes are wide and intersections are large.Transit,sidewalksand
other pedestrianimprovements are limited

STAFFANALYSIS:

Land Use Compatibilitv: The 3.67acresiteis undeveloped and is locatedon Hensley


Field,a de-commissioned Naval air base, and is in close proximatelyto the City of
GrandPrairie.An open channelwatercanal,whichis west of the requestsite,will act
as a bufferbetweenthe proposedgas site and an existingresidentialdevelopment.
The nearestsinglefamilydevelopmentis approximately 898 feet from the proposed
site.

The applicant'srequestfor a Specific Use Permit will permit the operationand


productionof gas drillingand extraction.In the Development Code, gas drillingand
productionmeans the activitiesrelatedto the "the extractionof any fluid, either
combustible or noncombustible, that is producedin a naturalstatefrom the earthand
that maintainsa gaseousor rarefiedstate at standardtemperatureand pressure
conditions,or the extractionof any gaseousvaporsderivedfrom petroleumor natural
gas."

The Development Code requiresthe applicantto providethe followingsite plansfor a


gas drillingand production
use:

. Siteplanshowingexisting/original conditions;
. planfor the drillingphase;and
Site/operation
. planfor the production
Site/operation phase.

The applicanthas submittedthe followingplansfor the SpecificUse Permitapplication:


an existingconditionsplan,an operationsplanfor the drillingphase,and an operations
planfor the productionphase. The operationplanfor the drillingphaseaddressesthe
natural-gasdrilling. The plan shows the locationof severaltemporaryconstruction
trailers,water tanks, mud tanks, and drillingequipment. A drillingrig with an
approximate heightof 160feetwill be on siteduringthis phase. The buildingofficialwill
considerthis as a temporarystructure,similarto a crane used in constructing a tall
building.The SUPconditions will limitthe drillingphasefor 90 daysper calendaryear,
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becausedrilling(withlighting)will be done24 hoursa day,and noisecouldimpactthe


sunoundinguses.

Thereare two methodsfor drilling:an open-loopsystemand a closed-loop system.An


open-loopsystemuses a lined mud-pitto hold mud. The mud-pit may be a safety
hazardand may have a negativeimpacton adjacentproperty. In contrast,a closed-
loopsystemusestanksto holdthe mud. Thereare fewerenvironmental concemswith
a closed-loopsystemand the applicantis providinga drillingphase plans that will
includea closed-loop system.The applicantis proposingto drillapproximately
12 wells
on sitein an areathat is 70 feet by 170feet.

The producfionplan showsan area in the southwestquadrantof the pad site that will
watertanksand gas lift compressors).
storethe equipment(e.9.,horizontalseparators,
The SUP area will be enclosedby an eight-foot-highchainlink fencethat will have a
vinylcoating.The equipmentbeingusedfor the drillingphaseconsistsof waterpumps,
rigsfloor,pumps,tanksgeneratorsand centrifuge.

The locationof the requestsiteis locatedon an undeveloped portionof landwithina de-


commission navalair field. The requestsiteis adjacentto an openchannelwatercanal
and is nearthe City of GrandPrairie.The applicantproposesto drillapproximately 12
wells to extractnatural gas from the site. There are several
measures that are in place
pursuantto the DallasDevelopment Codethat requiresthe applicantto restorethe site
back to it naturalstate after the wells have been capped. In addition,there are
additionalprovisionsin the Code that requirethe right-of-ways(infrastructure) to be
restored.

Staffhas reviewedthe applicantsrequestfor a SUPfor gas drillingand production and


is recommending approvalfor a time periodof 10 years with eligibilityfor automatic
renewalof additional10 yearperiods,subjectto the attachedplansand conditions.The
City PlanCommission had concernsregardingthe potentialhealthof the generalpublic
and discussedholdingthe case under advisementuntil furtherstudies/reports were
concludedby the City of Fort Worth and TECQ. The recommendations from the
proposedreportsare projectedto be releasednext year. The applicantrequestedthat
the CityPlanCommission voteon the zoningrequestbecauseof theirobligations under
the leaseagreement.As a resultof the applicant's request,the City PlanCommission
remmmendeddenialwithoutpreludice.

The generalprovisionsfor a SpecificUse Permitin Section51A-4.219of the Dallas


Development Code specificallystate:(1) The SUP providesa meansfor developing
certainusesin a mannerin whichthe specificusewill be consistent with the character
of the neighborhood; (2) Each SUP application must be evaluatedas to its probable
effect on the adjacent propertyand the communitywelfareand may be approvedor
deniedas the findingsindicateappropriate; (3) The city councilshallnot grant an SUP
for a use exceptupona findingthat the use will: (A) complement or be compatible with
the sunoundinguses and communityfacilities;(B) contributeto, enhance,or promote
the welfareof the area of requestand adjacentproperties;(C) not be detrimentalto the
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publichealth,safety,or generalwelfare;and (D) conformin all other respectsto all


zoningregulations
applicable and standards.The requestdoes not appearto havean
adverseimpacton the sunoundingzoningand landuses.

DevelopmentStandards:

DISTRICT SETBACKS Density Heigm Lot Special PRIMARY Uses


Fiini I siaenei Coverace Standards

to 2.0 FAR overall Industrial,wholesale


IR 2AA', ProximitySlope
&
15', residential 0.75 office/retail 15 stories 80% Visuallntrusion distribution storage,
Industrialresearch OTHER: 0.5 retail supportingotfice& retail
No Min

Landscapinq: The proposedpad site for a gas drillingand productionuse will not
triggerany landscaping requirementsthat pertainto landscaperequirements in Article
X, as amended. The requestsite is heavilyscreenedwith vegetationalong the
southernand western portionof the Property. Due to the naval base being an
emergency air basefor commercialaircraft,any additionalplantingmaterialsaroundthe
requestarea would not be recommended.Additionalplantingmaterialsmay attract
birdsto the areaand couldffiuse problems,if the de-commissioned air basebecomes
operationalin the future.

Traffic: The Engineering of Sustainable


Sectionof the Department Development and
Constructionhas reviewedthe requestand determinedthat it will not impact the
sunoundingstreetsystemfor the proposeddevelopment.The applicantproposesto
acce$sthe site from W. JeffersonBoulevard. Uponenteringthe naval base,the large
truckswill use the west taxiwayto deliverthe necessaryequipmentto the site. A
proposed30 foot gravelaccessroad will be constructedfrom the west taxiwayto the
requestsite.

Miscellaneous- Conditions: Staffincorporated in the Specific


additionalregulations
Use Permitconditionsthat were proposedby the commissioner of the districteven
though the City Plan Commissioners did not recommendapprovalof the request.
These additionalconditionsincluded: maximumnumberof wells, ChemicalAdditive
Reports,Evaporationand Land Farming,DehydrationOperations,Water handling,
NoiseManagement Plan,LeaksandAir and Production Samplings.

CPCAction (October21,2010)

Motion l: lt was movedto recommendapprovalof for a SpecificUse Permit


for gas drillingand production
for a ten-yearperiodwith eligibility
for automatic
renewal of additionalten-year periods,subject to an existingsite plan,
operationplan for drilling,operationplan for productionand conditions
(includingconditionsdistributedat briefing)on propertyzonedan lR Industrial
ResearchDistricton the southside of JeffersonBoulevard,eastof HardyRoad
adjacentto the watercanalin the westemmostquadrantof the HensleyField
Airportand NavalBasewith the followingadditionalchangesto the conditions
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distributed at the briefing: 1) Condition14, NOISEMANAGEMENT PLANic)


to read as follows: "detailhow noiseimpactswill be mitigated(e€=rincluding
the providingof acousticalabsorptionwalls around the site to shield
neighboringuses),considering specificsite characteristics, including,but not
limitedto, the natureand location, proximity and typeof adjacentdevelopment,
seasonalprevailingweather patterns,includingwind directions,vegetative
coveron oradjacentto the site,and topography of the site." 2) Condition15,
LEAKSto readas follows: "Allfiow lines, compression equipmentand shut-off
valvesshall be inspectedfor leak detectionat least annually,using infrared
cameras,filteredand tunedfor the wavelengths of sunlightabsorbedand re-
emitted by naturalgas hydrocarbons, or other equally effectivedetection
devices. Reportsof such inspections shallbe deliveredto the Gas Inspector
within15 daysof inspection, and no laterthan90 daysfollowingthe dateof the
preceding€nfr{relreport. The Gas lnspectorshallpromptlyfonruard suchreport
to the Directorand notifythe Directorof any potentialviolation."3) Condition
16, AIR SAMPLINGto read as follows: "Ambientair sampling,priorto a
drilling permit being issued and drillingactivitycommencing,must be
performedto establisha baselinesamplefor air quality.A secondsampling
must be takenwithin60 daysof the firstwell enteringa production phaseand
annuallythere after. Air samples must be taken by a qualified firm approved
the directorof the officeof environmental quality. Sampleswill be analyzed by
a qualified3rd partylaboratory, certifiedby industrystandards,'and all results
will be providedto the elty 6rt lnspectorwithin 15 days of issuanceof the
report.The Gas Inspectorshall promptlyforwardsuch reportto the Director
and notify the Directorof any potentialviolation."and 4) Condition17,
PRODUCTION SAMPLINGto readas follows:"Within60 daysof the firstwell
enteringproduction, gas Samplesmust be takenand analyzedby a qualified
3rd partylaboratory, certifiedby industrystandards, and all resultsprovidedto
the €rty Gas lnspectorwithin 15 days of issuance of the report.The Gas
lnspectorshall promptlyforwardsuch reportto the Directorand notifythe
Directorof any potentialviolation.Resultsmustprovidea thoroughbreakdown
of the gas and record any presenceof benzene,hydrocarbonsor other
constituents."

Maker. Anglin
Second: Tarpley
Result: Failed:6 to 7

For: 6 - Anglin,Bagley,Tarpley,Bernbaum,Wolfish,
Schwartz,

Against: 7 - R. Davis,Wally,M. Davis,Rodgers,Lavallaisaa,


Shellene, Peterson
Absent: 1 - Alcantar
Vaeancy: 1 - District6
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Substitute Motion: In consideringan applicationfor a SpecificUse Permitfor


on propertyzonedan lR lndustrialResearchDistrict
gas drillingand production
on southside of JeffersonBoulevard,east of HardyRoadadjacentto the water
canal in the westernmostquadrantof the HensleyField Airportand Naval
Base,it was movedto hold thiscaseunderadvisement untilApril21,2411

Maker: Peterson
Second: Wally

CommissionerPetersonwithdrew his motion.


CommissionerWally withdrew her second.

Motion: lt was movedto recommenddenial without prejudice for a Specific


Use Permitfor gas drillingand productionon propertyzonedan lR lndustrial
ResearchDistricton south side of JeffersonBoulevard,east of Hardy Road
adjacentto the watercanalin the westemmostquadrantof the HensleyField
Airportand NavalBase.

Maker: Peterson
Second:Schwartz
10to 3
Result: Carried:

For: 10 - R. Davis, M. Davis, Rodgers, Bagley,


Lavallaisaa, Tarpley, Shellene, Bernbaum,
Schwartz,Peterson

Against: 3 - Wally,Anglin,Wolfish
Absent: 1 - Alcantar
Vacancy: 1 - District6

Notices: Area: 1000 Mailed: 48


Replies: For: 0 Against: 3

Speakers: For: DalfasCothrum,900 JacksonSt.,Dallas,TX, 75202


WalterDueease,810 HoustonSt., FortWorth,TX,76102
\MlliamCothrum,900JacksonSt., Dallas,TX, 75202
Against:RaymondCrawford,2647SouthwoodDr.,Dallas,TX,75233
MarianaGriggs,1803MarydaleDr.,Dallas,TX, 75208
MarcMcCord,7660La BolsaDr.,Dallas,TX,75248
JenniferLand,3905WeeburnDr.,Dallas,TX,75229
TimothyRuggiero,415 StarShellRd.,Decater,TX,76234
CherelleBlazer,4815DarkoDr.,Dallas,IX,75232
DarrylBaker,2606WoodmereDr.,Dallas,TX, 75233
MollyRooke,5825PalmLn.,Dallas,TX,75206
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Jim Schermbeck, P.O.Box253,Slaton,TX, 79369


JefferyJacoby,5920La VistaDr.,Dallas,TX, 75206
MicheleR. Vaughan,5920La VistaDr.,Dallas,TX, 75206
LynnRooks,4413 WorthSt.,Dallas,TX,75246
Kathryn Rowe, 3140 N. HallSt.,Dallas,TX,75204
Against(Didnot speak):PeterWilson,8650Southwestem Blvd.,Dallas,TX, 75206
KevinVilbig,8780ParkLn.,Dallas,TX,75231
Ana Badillo,4208Lafayette, Dallas,TX,75204
J.W. Fain Sr.,3134 Carlson,Dallas,TX,75235
DaryelMcCortt,4509ClubEstates,Mesquite, TX, 75150
EmilyGammage,1000LibertyCr.,Hurst,TX, 76053
JoshuaRollins,7575Frankford, Dallas,TX,75252
CynthiaGaertner, 8033 ForestTrail,Dallas,TX, 75238
JaneHoffman,1A720 Sandpiper Ln.,Dallas,TX,75230
LeslieDurlham,9920Ridgehaven Dr.,Dallas,TX, 75238
TonyNuncio,1511Briarcrest Dr.,Dallas,TX, 75224
JustenRay,7407FairOaksAve.,Dallas,TX, 75231
DavidMcFatridge, 101S. MountainRidge,Cresson,TX, 76035
AfisaLivingstone,42ATLiveOak St.,Dallas,TX,75244
Anna Rowe,5723Charlestown Dr.,Dallas,TX,7523A
MaralynHamaker, 1139HainesAve.,Dallas,TX, 75208
AnitaHamakert, 1137HainesAve.,Dallas,TX,75208
EricHarvey,4216GlenwoodAve.,Dallas,fX, 75245
NoelNavarrete, 2019Cloudcroft, Dallas,TX, 75224
GiovanniSalazar,442AFairVista,Dallas,TX,75227
AlbertoNunez,7106 LovettAve.,Dallas,fX, 75227
Lauren\A/yatt,124ODalhartDr., Richard,TX, 75080
EricaPeterson,4421WorthSt., Dallas,TX, 75246
SarahSemrad,108S. RosemontAve.,Dallas,TX, 75208
ThaoReeves,5804KenwoodAve.,Dallas,TX, 75206
DavidGriggs,13214GladacresDr.,Dallas,TX,75234
JoenMein, 1415SanSabaDr.,Dallas , TX,75218
EmilyGossett,7223FentonDr.,Dallas,TX, 75231
JohnPrude,6967HelsemWay,Dallas,TX,75234
PattyBallard,8235HunnicutRd.,Dallas,TX, 75228
RoydrickWest,2309RexlawnDr.,Dallas,TX,75227
CriselVargas,6715Overpark Ct.,Dallas,TX,75217
AmberBynum,Addressnot given
NicoleHom, 826% N. ClintonAve.,Dallas,TX, 75208
SusanRead,508 Edgeview, GrandPrairie,TX, 75052
CanoaceWeinberg,3930McKinneyAve.,Dallas,TX, 75204
CityStaff. BonnieMeeder,Sustainable Development and Construction
KrisSweckard,Officeof Environmental Quality
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XTO ENERGYINC
OFFICERS

. Bob R. Simpson Chairmanof the Board


. KeithA. Hutton ChiefExecutiveOfficer
. VaughnO. Vennerberg
ll President
. LouisG. Baldwin ExecutiveVice PresidentandCFO
. TimothyL. Petrus ExecutiveVice President- Acquisitions
. JamesL. Death SeniorVice President
- Land
. EdwinS. Ryan,Jr. SeniorVicePresident- LandAdministration
. MarkJ. Pospisil SeniorVice Presidentof Geology
r TimothyMcllwain Vice President
of Operations- FW Division
r LindseyDingmore VicePresidentof Government and Regulatory
Affairs

PELOTONI-ANDSOLUTIONS,
LLLP

r AricA. Head ManagingPartner


r RichardR. Payne ManagingPartner
o PatrickA. Smith ManagingPartner
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SUPCONDITIONS
STAFF'SPROPOSED

1. USE: The only use authorizedby this specificuse permitis gas drillingand
production.

2. SITE/OPERATION with
PLANS:Use and developthe Propertymustcompliance
the followingattachedsiteand operationplans:

{a) Siteplanshowingexisting/original conditions;


(b) planfor the drillingphase;and
Site/operation
(c) planfor the production
Sit6/operation phase

3. TIME LIMIT: Exceptas providedin Paragraph(4)(b),this specificuse permit


expireson (ten year from passageof ordinance),but is eligiblefor automatic
renewalfor additional10-yearperiodspursuantto Section51A-4.219 of Chapter
51A of the DallasCity Code,as amended.For automaticrenewalto occur,the
Propertyownermustfile a completeapplication for automaticrenewalwith the
directorbeforethe expirationof the cunent period. Failureto timely file a
completeapplication will renderthis specificuse permitineligiblefor automatic
renewal. (Note:The Code currentlyprovidesthat applications for automatic
renewalmust be filed after the 180th but before the 120th day beforethe
expirationof the currentspecificuse permit period. The Propertyowner is
responsible for checkingthe Code for possiblerevisionsto this provision.The
for automaticrenewalis strictlyenforced.)
deadlinefor applications

(b) The Operatorshall notifythe buildingofficialin writingat least 10 days


beforepermanentlystoppinggas production(abandoningthe well). Once the
Operatorpermanently this specificuse permitexpiresafterthe
stopsproduction,
Operatorrestoresthe Property accordancewith ArticleXll. After the Operator
in
restoresthe Property,a new specificuse permit is requiredfor any other gas
drillingand production
operation.

4. HEIGHT:Excepttemporarystructuresauthorizedby the buildingofficial,no


structuremay exceed24 feet in height.

5. TIMELIMITSON OPERATIONS: applyto the


The followinglimitson operations
gas drillingand production
use:

(a) DRILLINGPHASE:Gas drillingactivitiesmay occur24 hoursa day,seven


daysa week. lf a residential use is locatedwithin600 feet of the operationsite,
the Operatorshall begindrillingall of the wellsapprovedby the SUP withinone
year after receivinga gas well permitfor the first well. See Section51A-
12 .1 0 5 (d X 6 ).

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(b) PHASE:
and REWORKING
FRACTURING

(1) Exceptas providedin this subsection,


fracturingmay occurduring
daylighthours,sevendays a week,exceptthat flowbackoperations
may occur24 hoursa day, sevendaysa week. See Section51A-
1 2 .1 0 5 (m) ( 1) .

{2) Except as providedin this subsection,reworkingmay occur 24


hoursa day,sevendaysa week.

(3) lf a residentialuse is locatedwithin600 feet of the operationsite,


fracturingand reworkingmay occur no more than 90 days in any
365 day period^

(c) PRODUCTION PHASE:Gas production may occurat any timeof day, but
otherthan fracturingor
the Operatormust make any repairsor improvements,
to
reworking,between6:00 am 9:00 pm, MondaythroughSaturday,exceptthat
emergencyrepairsmaybe madeat anytime.

6. MANEUVERING SURFACE:Vehiclemaneuvering surfacesmust be gravelor a


plans.
similarmaterialin the locationsshownon the site/operation

7. PERMITS: The buildingofficialmay not issuea certificateof occupancyfor a


gas drillingand productionuse until the Operatorobtainsall requiredpermits
from the RailroadCommission of Texas,TexasCommissionon Environmental
Quality,and all otherstate,federal,or cityagencies.

L SIGNS:Signsmustcomplywith the provisions zoningdistricts


for non-business
in ArticleVll and gas drilling
and production
in ArticleXll.

9. MAXIMUMNUMBEROF WELLS:No morethan12 wellsmaybe on thissite.

10. CHEMICAL ADDITIVEREPORTS:At least10 dayspriorto commencement of


drillingor hydraulicfracturingoperations,the Operatorwill deliverto the Gas
lnspector(bothas definedin Sec. 51A-12.102.b) a completedMaterialSafety
Data Sheet ("MSDS")containingan accurateinventoryof chemicalsto be
injectedinto the well bore for the purposeof drillingor hydraulicfracturing,or
relatedwell boreactivities.SuchMSDSreportsshalldiscloseeverychemicalto
be used, includingquantity,concentrations, combinations,and formulations,
sufficientto satisfythe Gas Inspectorthat full disclosurehas been made. All
such reportsshall be reasonablyavailableto the publicupon request. Any
failureor refusalto providesuch MSDSreportsto the Gas Inspectoras provided
herein shall be a violationas definedin Sec. 51A-12.105(h) and Sec. 51A-
1 2 .1 0 9 .

11. EVAPORATION AND LANDFARMING:No open holdingor evaporation pits or


"landfarming"processes(as that term is commonlyunderstoodin the industry)

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shallbe allowedon the site,and all operationsshallbe conductedon a "closed


foopsystem"basis,as thattermis definedin Sec.51A-12142(5).

12. DEHYDRATION OPERATIONS:Unlessother equivalentmeansare proposed


all gas dehydration
by Operatorand approvedby the Gas Inspector, operations
to minimizefugitiveemissions.
separators
shallbe handledby zero-emission

13. WATER HANDLING: \Mthin a reasonabletime (to be determinedby the


Director)the Operatorshalltransmita certifieddisclosureto the Gas Inspector
statingthe amounts and sources of all water actuallyused in any hydraulic
fracturingoperation.Withina reasonable time (to be determined by the Director)
the Operatorshalltransmita certifieddisclosure to the Gas Inspectorstatingthe
quantityof all flow-back or produced fluids recoveredfrom eachwill. Withina
reasonable time (to be determinedby the Director)the Operatorshalltransmita
certifieddisclosure to the Gas lnspectorstatingthe final destinationof all fluids,
slurriesand mudsremovedfromthe sitefor disposalor reprocessing.

14. NOISEMANAGEMENT PLAN: Priorto the issuanceof a gas well permitand


the commencementof operations,the Operator shall submit a Noise
Management Plandetailinghow the equipment usedin the drilling,completion,
transportation,or production of the wellis) complies with the maximum
permissiblenoise levelsset forth in the appllcablecity ordinance. The noise
management planmust:

(a) identifuoperationnoiseimpacts;
(b) providedocumentation of a professional 72-hourstudy establishing the
AmbientNoiseLevelpriorto construction at the site;and
(c) detailhow noiseimpactswill be mitigated(e.9.,the providingof acoustical
absorptionwalls aroundthe site to shieldneighboring uses),considering
including,but not
specificsite characteristics, limitedto, the natureand
location,proximityand type of adjacentdevelopment, seasonalprevailing
weather patterns,includingwind directions,vegetativecover on or
adjacentto the site,and topographyof the site.

The Operatorshallbe responsible for verifyingto the Gas lnspectorcompliance


with this conditionand with the noisemanagement plan afterthe installation
of
noise generating equipment. Approval of such Noise Management Plan by the
Gas Inspectorshallbe a prerequisite to issuanceof a gaswell permitfor the site.

15. LEAKS: All flow lines,compression equipmentand shut-offvalvesshall be


inspected for leak at
detection least using infraredcameras,filtered
annually,
and tunedfor thewavelengths by naturalgas
of sunlightabsorbedand re-emitted
hydrocarbons,or other equally effectivedetectiondevices. Reportsof such
inspectionsshallbe deliveredto the Gas Inspectorwithin 15 daysof inspection,
and no laterthanone yearfollowingthe dateof the precedingannualreport.

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EXISTINGGONDITIONS

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16. AIR SAMPLING: Ambientair sampling,priorto a drillingpermitbeingissued


and drillingactivitycommencing,must be performedto establisha baseline
samplefor air quality.A secondsamplingmust be takenwithin60 days of the
firstwell enteringa productionphaseand annuallythereafter.Air samplesmust
be taken by a qualifiedfirm approvedthe directorof the office of environmental
quality.Sampleswill be analyzedby a qualified3rd partylaboratory, certifiedby
industrystandards,and all resultswill be providedto the city.

17, PRODUCTION SAMPLING: Within 60 days of the first well entering


production,gas samplesmust be taken and analyzedby a qualified3rd party
laboratory,certifiedby industrystandards,and all resultsprovidedto the city.
Resultsmust providea thoroughbreakdownof the gas and recordany presen@
of benzene,hydrocarbons or otherconstituents.

18. MAINTENANCE: The Propertymust be properlymaintainedin a state of good


repairand neatappearanre.

19. GENERALREQUIREMENTS: Use of the Propertymustcomplywith all federal


and state laws and regulations,and City of Dallas ordinances,rules, and
the gasdrillingregulations.
including
regulations,

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CPCRESPONSES

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