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Governor's Office of Emergency Services
Hazardous Material Spill Update
CONTROL#: 19-3668 NRC#
NOTIFY DATE/TIME: 06/08/2019 / 1139RECEIVED BY:
OCCURENCE DATE/TIME:
06/08/2019/0900
CITY/OP. AREA:
McKittrick/Kern County

SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY UNIFIED APCD
1.a. PERSON NOTIFYING Cal OES:
AGENCY: Chevron
1.b. PERSON REPORTING SPILL (If different from above):
AGENCY:
SUBSTANCE TYPE:
a. SUBSTANCE:b. QTY:
Amount
Measurec. TYPE:d. OTHER:e. PIPELINEf. VESSEL
>= 300 Tons
1.Crude Oil3 Bbl.(s)PETROLEUMNoNo
2. NoNo
3. NoNo
Orignal Description:RP states release is due to unknown causes and the material seeped from the ground into an intermittent unnamed dry streambed, no waterways were impacted, the release is stopped, the material is naturally contained in a canyon, there is no impact to wildlife, a contractor will handle cleanup with Chevron oversight once Chevron determines the cause of the seep.
Update(s): 06/11/2019 01:28:21 PM - RP states the amount of Crude and Produced Water released is 140 barrels.
; 06/13/2019 03:50:13 PM - RP states: The seepage has stopped at 1620 hours on 06/12/19. The estimated total volume is 750 barrels of material. Its estimated that 250 barrels are crude oil and 500 barrels are water.
; 06/18/2019 03:40:26 PM - "The seepage reactivated on 18 June, 2019 at 1230 hours PDT." No other information was updated.
; 06/20/2019 04:08:54 PM - Per the caller the total release has been obtained and is 1700 barrel total fluid with 560 barrels being oil. Per the caller the release is stopped and contained with no impacts to waterways.
; 06/24/2019 04:34:00 PM - QUANTITY UPDATE: 2,225 barrels released.

SITUATION UPDATE: The release was reactivated on 06/23/2019 at 1600 hours PDT. An intermittent flow has existed ever since.
; 06/25/2019 04:06:31 PM - As per caller: 06/25/2019 update to volume of spill reflects new volume at 3,675 barrels. No further information catagories require an update at this time.
; 07/01/2019 04:07:24 PM - Caller updated amount of release to 6,045 Bbl.(s)
; 07/03/2019 03:15:06 PM - RP states: The updated total is 10,045 barrels of produced fluid.
; 07/08/2019 04:52:27 PM - Per RP: 13,515 barrels released to date.
; 07/11/2019 05:01:03 PM - As per caller: produced fluid flow stopped 07/09/2019.
; 07/19/2019 12:41:44 PM - Caller Reports- Quantity Update 20,375 Produced Fluid; Situation Update on 07/17 at 1030 a low flow of fluid was seen at the existing location.
; 07/22/2019 06:29:39 PM - Update on the Volume, 23,200 barrels of produced fluid.
; 07/24/2019 05:13:10 PM - The amount of the release has been recalculated as 24, 450 barrels. No additional information was received.
; 07/25/2019 05:57:28 PM - Per the caller the updated release amount is 25,155 bbls.
; 07/29/2019 04:52:24 PM - Caller states 27,785 barrells produced fluids released.
; 07/31/2019 04:49:59 PM - ***Caller states that the only update to situation is the size of the spill. New Total: 30,355 Barrels.
; 08/02/2019 08:08:38 AM - Per the caller the total produced fluid is 3,1685 bbls
; 08/05/2019 08:45:33 AM - Per the Caller, The current estimated volume is 31,790 barrels of produced fluid.
; 08/07/2019 07:16:22 AM - UPDATE: Increased oil spill amount to 31,795 barrels.

PERSON NOTIFYING Cal OES OF SPILL UPDATE:
NAME:
AGENCY:
PHONE#:
Ext:
PAG/CELL:
Chevron
UPDATE QUANTITY
Amount
Measure
1. 31795 Bbl.(s)
2.
3.
4.

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SITUATION UPDATE:
UPDATE: Increased oil spill amount to 31,795 barrels.
FAX NOTIFICATION LIST:
AA/CUPA, DFG-OSPR, DTSC, RWQCB, US EPA, USFWS, DOG, Co/Hlth, Co/E-Hlth
ADMINISTERING AGENCY:Kern Co. Environmental Health Services Department
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OTHER NOTIFIED:OSPR; DOGGR
RWQCB Unit:5C

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Created by: Warning Center on: 08/07/2019 07:16:22 AM Last Modified by: Warning Center on: 08/07/2019 07:18:47 AM
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