PROGRESS REPORT

Progress Update – DEC. 21, 2016

Apache Canada Ltd. continues to work with the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) in publishing monthly progress updates on Apache’s Pipeline Failure and Release Prevention Plan and the implementation of recommendations to the Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS) stemming from a recent third-party audit of Apache Canada Ltd.-operated pipelines in the Province of Alberta.   

Item Description
Steps taken since the AER Regulatory Order was issued on June 26, 2015
  • 16 Inline Inspections (ILIs) were completed in Apache’s Zama operating area during the month of November.
  • All vent checks were completed in November with no issues identified.
  • Vent checks on Apache-operated pipelines fitted with internal polyethylene liners continue to be conducted and results are documented and reviewed by Apache’s Pipeline Integrity Team.
  • Apache Canada continues to develop chemical schematics for the selected pipeline networks in the Northern and Southern operating areas as part of assessing the effectiveness of current chemical inhibition programs.
  • Ongoing work with chemical providers to review and interpret analytical results as completed.
  • Monthly checks of the Cathodic Protection (CP) system on Apache-operated pipelines are completed at regular intervals with any deficiencies being documented and identified. Any necessary corrective actions are being scheduled and completed in relation to any deficiencies.
  • Apache continues to work with the CP service provider as part of the program to continuously improve the overall cathodic protection program across our operating areas in Alberta.
  • Apache continues to develop an inventory control list of all Apache-operated pipelines, including those that are not in active flowing service and scheduled for discontinuation and abandonment. 
  • Apache has developed an action plan to implement recommendations associated with the third-party Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS) audit.

Progress Update – NOV. 25, 2016

Apache Canada Ltd. continues to work with the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) in publishing monthly progress updates on Apache’s Pipeline Failure and Release Prevention Plan and the implementation of recommendations to the Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS) stemming from a recent third-party audit of Apache Canada Ltd.-operated pipelines in the Province of Alberta.   

Item Description
Steps taken since the AER Regulatory Order was issued on June 26, 2015
  • An assessment of water crossings and right-of-ways (ROWs) in Apache’s Zama operating area was completed during the month of October.
  • Apache Canada continues to develop chemical schematics for the selected pipeline networks in the Northern and Southern operating areas as part of assessing the effectiveness of current chemical inhibition programs.
  • Ongoing work with chemical providers to review and interpret analytical results as completed.
  • Vent checks on Apache-operated pipelines fitted with internal polyethylene liners continue to be conducted and results are documented and reviewed by Apache’s Pipeline Integrity Team.
  • All vent checks were completed in October with no issues identified.
  • Monthly checks of the Cathodic Protection (CP) system on Apache-operated pipelines are completed at regular intervals with any deficiencies being documented and identified. Any necessary corrective actions are being scheduled and completed in relation to any deficiencies.
  • Apache continues to work with the CP service provider as part of the program to continuously improve the overall cathodic protection program across our operating areas in Alberta.
  • Apache continues to develop an inventory control list of all Apache-operated pipelines, including those that are not in active flowing service and scheduled for discontinuation and abandonment. 
  • Apache has developed an action plan to implement recommendations associated with the third-party Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS) audit.

Progress Update – OCT. 20, 2016

Apache Canada Ltd. continues to work with the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) in publishing monthly progress updates on Apache’s Pipeline Failure and Release Prevention Plan and the implementation of recommendations to the Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS) stemming from a recent third-party audit of Apache Canada Ltd.-operated pipelines in the Province of Alberta.   

Item Description
Steps taken since the AER Regulatory Order was issued on June 26, 2015
  • Apache Canada completed 30 inline inspections (ILIs) on oil effluent and natural gas pipelines in its Southern operating area during the month of September.
  • An assessment of water crossings in Apache’s Provost and West 5 operating areas was completed during the month of September.
  • Apache Canada continues to develop chemical schematics for the selected pipeline networks in the Northern and Southern operating areas as part of assessing the effectiveness of current chemical inhibition programs.
  • Ongoing work with chemical providers to review and interpret analytical results as completed.
  • Vent checks on Apache-operated pipelines fitted with internal polyethylene liners continue to be conducted and results are documented and reviewed by Apache’s Pipeline Integrity Team.
  • All vent checks were completed in September with no issues identified.
  • Monthly checks of the Cathodic Protection (CP) system on Apache-operated pipelines are completed at regular intervals with any deficiencies being documented and identified. Any necessary corrective actions are being scheduled and completed in relation to any deficiencies.
  • Annual Cathodic Protection surveys were completed in Apache’s Kaybob and House Mountain operating areas during the month of September.
  • Apache continues to work with the CP service provider as part of the program to continuously improve the overall cathodic protection program across our operating areas in Alberta.
  • Apache continues to develop an inventory control list of all Apache-operated pipelines, including those that are not in active flowing service and scheduled for discontinuation and abandonment.
  • Apache has developed an action plan to implement recommendations associated with the third-party Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS) audit.

Progress Update – Sep. 28, 2016

Apache Canada Ltd. continues to work with the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) in publishing monthly progress updates on Apache’s Pipeline Failure and Release Prevention Plan and the implementation of recommendations to the Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS) stemming from a recent third-party audit of Apache Canada Ltd.-operated pipelines in the Province of Alberta.   

Item Description
Steps taken since the AER Regulatory Order was issued on June 26, 2015
  • Apache completed an assessment of water crossings in its Zama and House Mountain operating areas in the month of August and developed a multi-year plan to enhance the depth of cover survey program.
  • Apache Canada continues to develop chemical schematics for the selected pipeline networks in the Northern and Southern operating areas as part of assessing the effectiveness of current chemical inhibition programs.
  • Ongoing work with chemical providers to review and interpret analytical results as completed.
  • Vent checks on Apache-operated pipelines fitted with internal polyethylene liners continue to be conducted and results are documented and reviewed by Apache’s Pipeline Integrity Team.
  • All vent checks were completed in August with no issues identified.
  • Monthly checks of the Cathodic Protection (CP) system on Apache-operated pipelines are completed at regular intervals with any deficiencies being documented and identified. Any necessary corrective actions are being scheduled and completed in relation to any deficiencies.
  • Apache continues to work with the CP service provider as part of the program to continuously improve the overall cathodic protection program across our operating areas in Alberta.
  • Apache continues to develop an inventory control list of all Apache-operated pipelines, including those that are not in active flowing service and scheduled for discontinuation and abandonment. 
  • Apache has developed an action plan to implement recommendations associated with the third-party Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS) audit.

Progress Update – AUG. 18, 2016

Apache Canada Ltd. continues to work with the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) in publishing monthly progress updates on Apache’s Pipeline Failure and Release Prevention Plan and the implementation of recommendations to the Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS) stemming from a recent third-party audit of Apache Canada Ltd.-operated pipelines in the Province of Alberta.    

Item Description
Steps taken since the AER Regulatory Order was issued on June 26, 2015
  • An assessment of water crossings in Apache’s Provost and West 5 operating areas has been completed and a plan to enhance the depth of cover survey program has been developed.
  • Apache completed aerial inspections of its Kaybob South and Simonette fields during the month of July.
  • Apache Canada continues to develop chemical schematics for the selected pipeline networks in the Northern and Southern operating areas as part of assessing the effectiveness of current chemical inhibition programs.
  • Ongoing work with chemical providers to review and interpret analytical results as completed.
  • Vent checks on Apache-operated pipelines fitted with internal polyethylene liners continue to be conducted and results are documented and reviewed by Apache’s Pipeline Integrity Team.
  • All vent checks were completed in July with no issues identified.
  • Monthly checks of the Cathodic Protection (CP) system on Apache-operated pipelines are completed at regular intervals with any deficiencies being documented and identified. Any necessary corrective actions are being scheduled and completed in relation to any deficiencies.
  • Apache continues to work with the CP service provider as part of the program to continuously improve the overall cathodic protection program across our operating areas in Alberta.
  • Apache continues to develop an inventory control list of all Apache-operated pipelines, including those that are not in active flowing service and scheduled for discontinuation and abandonment. 
  • Apache has developed an action plan to implement recommendations associated with the third-party Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS) audit.

Progress Update – JuLY 20, 2016

Apache Canada Ltd. continues to work with the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) in publishing monthly progress updates on Apache’s Pipeline Failure and Release Prevention Plan and the implementation of recommendations to the Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS) stemming from a recent third-party audit of Apache Canada Ltd.-operated pipelines in the Province of Alberta.   

Item Description
Steps taken since the AER Regulatory Order was issued on June 26, 2015
  • Apache completed assessments of all water crossings in its Zama, House Mountain, Virginia Hills, Kaybob South and Simonette operating areas in the month of May.
  • Apache Canada continues to develop chemical schematics for the selected pipeline networks in the Northern and Southern operating areas as part of assessing the effectiveness of current chemical inhibition programs.
  • Ongoing work with chemical providers to review and interpret analytical results as completed.
  • An assessment of water crossings in Apache’s Zama and House Mountain operating areas has been completed and a plan to enhance the depth of cover survey program has been developed.
  • Vent checks on Apache-operated pipelines fitted with internal polyethylene liners continue to be conducted and results are documented and reviewed by Apache’s Pipeline Integrity Team.
  • All vent checks were completed in June with no issues identified.
  • Monthly checks of the Cathodic Protection (CP) system on Apache-operated pipelines are completed at regular intervals with any deficiencies being documented and identified. Any necessary corrective actions are being scheduled and completed in relation to any deficiencies.
  • Apache continues to work with the CP service provider as part of the program to continuously improve the overall cathodic protection program across our operating areas in Alberta.
  • Apache continues to develop an inventory control list of all Apache-operated pipelines, including those that are not in active flowing service and scheduled for discontinuation and abandonment. 
  • Apache has developed an action plan to implement recommendations associated with the third-party Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS) audit. 

Progress Update – June 17, 2016

Apache Canada Ltd. continues to work with the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) in publishing monthly progress updates on Apache’s Pipeline Failure and Release Prevention Plan and the implementation of recommendations to the Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS) stemming from a recent third-party audit of Apache Canada Ltd.-operated pipelines in the Province of Alberta. 

Item Description
Steps taken since the AER Regulatory Order was issued on June 26, 2015
  • Apache completed assessments of all water crossings in its Zama, House Mountain, Virginia Hills, Kaybob South and Simonette operating areas in the month of May.
  • Apache Canada continues to develop chemical schematics for the selected pipeline networks in the Northern and Southern operating areas as part of assessing the effectiveness of current chemical inhibition programs.
  • Vent checks on Apache-operated pipelines fitted with internal polyethylene liners continue to be conducted and results are documented and reviewed by Apache’s Pipeline Integrity Team.
  • All vent checks were completed in May with no issues identified.
  • Monthly checks of the Cathodic Protection (CP) system on Apache-operated pipelines are completed at regular intervals with any deficiencies being documented and identified.  Any necessary corrective actions are being scheduled and completed in relation to any deficiencies.
  • Apache continues to work with the CP service provider as part of the program to continuously improve the overall cathodic protection program across our operating areas in Alberta.
  • Apache continues to develop an inventory control list of all Apache-operated pipelines, including those that are not in active flowing service and scheduled for discontinuation and abandonment. 
  • Apache has developed an action plan to implement recommendations associated with the third-party Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS) audit.

Progress Update – MAY 12, 2016

Apache Canada Ltd. continues to work with the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) in publishing monthly progress updates on Apache’s Pipeline Failure and Release Prevention Plan and the implementation of recommendations to the Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS) stemming from a recent third-party audit of Apache Canada Ltd.-operated pipelines in the Province of Alberta.

Item Description
Steps taken since the AER Regulatory Order was issued on June 26, 2015
  • Apache completed the 2016 Inline Inspection Program (ILIs) in its Zama operating area in the first quarter. The ILI Program included the internal inspection of 56 pipelines for a total distance of 66 kilometres.
  • Completed the cleaning and corrosion batch program of 101 oil emulsion pipelines in the Zama operating area.
  • Apache Canada continues to develop chemical schematics for the selected pipeline networks in the Northern and Southern operating areas as part of assessing the effectiveness of current chemical inhibition programs.
  • Vent checks on Apache-operated pipelines fitted with internal polyethylene liners continue to be conducted and results are documented and reviewed by Apache’s Pipeline Integrity Team.
  • All vent checks were completed in April with no issues identified.
  • Monthly checks of the Cathodic Protection (CP) system on Apache-operated pipelines are completed at regular intervals with any deficiencies being documented and identified.  Any necessary corrective actions are being scheduled and completed in relation to any deficiencies.
  • Apache continues to work with the CP service provider as part of the program to continuously improve the overall cathodic protection program across our operating areas in Alberta.
  • Ongoing work includes annual Right of Way inspections on Apache-operated licensed pipelines which cross a water body, Depth of Cover surveys and quarterly reviews of all pipelines that are not in active, flowing service.
  • Apache continues to develop an inventory control list of all Apache-operated pipelines, including those that are not in active flowing service and scheduled for discontinuation and abandonment.
  • Apache has developed an action plan to implement recommendations associated with the third-party Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS) audit.

Progress Update – APRIL 18, 2016

Apache Canada Ltd. continues to work with the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) in publishing monthly progress updates on Apache’s Pipeline Failure and Release Prevention Plan and the implementation of recommendations to the Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS) stemming from a recent third-party audit of Apache Canada Ltd.-operated pipelines in the Province of Alberta.

Item Description
Steps taken since the AER Regulatory Order was issued on June 26, 2015
  • Apache completed the 2016 Inline Inspection Program (ILIs) in its Zama operating area in the month of March. The ILI Program included the internal inspection of 56 pipelines.
  • Apache Canada continues to develop chemical schematics for the selected pipeline networks in the Northern and Southern operating areas as part of assessing the effectiveness of current chemical inhibition programs.
  • Vent checks on Apache-operated pipelines fitted with internal polyethylene liners continue to be conducted and results are documented and reviewed by Apache’s Pipeline Integrity Team.
  • All vent checks were completed in March with no issues identified.
  • Cathodic surveys were completed in March in Apache’s Hawkeye, Akuinu and Mitsue operating areas.
  • Aerial inspections of the entire fields of House Mountain, Virginia Hills, Kaybob South and Simonette fields were completed in the month of March.
  • Monthly checks of the Cathodic Protection (CP) system on Apache-operated pipelines are completed at regular intervals with any deficiencies being documented and identified.  Any necessary corrective actions are being scheduled and completed in relation to any deficiencies.
  • Apache continues to work with the CP service provider as part of the program to continuously improve the overall cathodic protection program across our operating areas in Alberta.
  • Ongoing work includes annual Right of Way inspections on Apache-operated licensed pipelines which cross a water body, Depth of Cover surveys and quarterly reviews of all pipelines that are not in active, flowing service.
  • Apache continues to develop an inventory control list of all Apache-operated pipelines, including those that are not in active flowing service and scheduled for discontinuation and abandonment. 
  • Apache has developed an action plan to implement recommendations associated with the third-party Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS) audit.

Progress Update – March 16, 2016

Apache Canada Ltd. continues to work with the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) in publishing monthly progress updates on Apache’s Pipeline Failure and Release Prevention Plan and the implementation of recommendations to the Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS) stemming from a third-party audit of Apache Canada Ltd.-operated pipelines in the Province of Alberta.

Item Description
Steps taken since the AER Regulatory Order was issued on June 26, 2015
  • Apache completed 29 Inline Inspections (ILIs) in its Zama operating area in the month of February 2016.
  • Apache Canada continues to develop chemical schematics for the selected pipeline networks in the Northern and Southern operating areas as part of assessing the effectiveness of current chemical inhibition programs.
  • Vent checks on Apache-operated pipelines fitted with internal polyethylene liners are being conducted and results are documented and reviewed by Apache’s Pipeline Integrity Team.
  • All vent checks were completed in February with no issues identified.
  • The annual cathodic survey was completed in February in the Zama operating area and included rectifier checks.
  • Aerial inspections of the House Mountain, Virginia Hills, Kaybob and Simonette fields were completed in the month of February.
  • Monthly checks of the Cathodic Protection (CP) system on Apache-operated pipelines are completed at regular intervals with any deficiencies being documented and identified.  Any necessary corrective actions are being scheduled and completed in relation to any deficiencies.
  • Apache continues to work with the CP service provider as part of the program to continuously improve the overall cathodic protection program across our operating areas in Alberta.
  • Ongoing work includes annual Right of Way inspections on Apache-operated licensed pipelines which cross a water body, Depth of Cover surveys and quarterly reviews of all pipelines that are not in active, flowing service.
  • Apache continues to develop an inventory control list of all Apache-operated pipelines, including those that are not in active flowing service and scheduled for discontinuation and abandonment. Apache received regulatory approval for 10 pipeline segment discontinuations and one abandonment during the month of February.

Progress Update – FEBRUARY 18, 2016

Apache Canada Ltd. continues to work with the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) in publishing monthly progress updates on Apache’s Pipeline Failure and Release Prevention Plan and the implementation of recommendations to the Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS) stemming from a third-party audit of Apache Canada Ltd.-operated pipelines in the Province of Alberta.

Item Description
Steps taken since the AER Regulatory Order was issued on June 26, 2015
  • Apache completed 10 Inline Inspections (ILIs) in its Zama operating area in the month of January, 2016.
  • Apache Canada continues to develop chemical schematics for the selected pipeline networks in the Northern and Southern operating areas as part of assessing the effectiveness of current chemical inhibition programs.
  • Vent checks on Apache-operated pipelines fitted with internal polyethylene liners are being conducted and results are documented and reviewed by Apache’s Pipeline Integrity Team.
  • All vent checks were completed in January with no issues identified.
  • Annual right-of-way surveillance was completed for the Ante Creek field.
  • Monthly checks of the Cathodic Protection (CP) system on Apache-operated pipelines are completed at regular intervals with any deficiencies being documented and identified.  Any necessary corrective actions are being scheduled and completed in relation to any deficiencies.
  • Apache continues to work with the CP service provider as part of the program to continuously improve the overall cathodic protection program across our operating areas in Alberta.
  • Ongoing work includes annual Right of Way inspections on Apache-operated licensed pipelines which cross a water body, Depth of Cover surveys and quarterly reviews of all pipelines that are not in active, flowing service.
  • Apache continues to develop an inventory control list of all Apache-operated pipelines, including those that are not in active flowing service and scheduled for discontinuation and abandonment. Apache submitted applications to the AER to discontinue 26 pipeline segments and one abandonment in the month of January.
  • Apache has developed an action plan to implement recommendations associated with the third-party Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS) audit.

Progress Update – JANUARY 15, 2016

Apache Canada Ltd. continues to work with the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) in publishing monthly progress updates on Apache’s Pipeline Failure and Release Prevention Plan and the implementation of recommendations to the Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS) stemming from a third-party audit of Apache Canada Ltd.-operated pipelines in the Province of Alberta.   

Item Description
Steps taken since the AER Regulatory Order was issued on June 26, 2015
  • Apache Canada completed 128 In-line Inspections (ILIs) of pipeline segments in the Zama operating area in 2015.
  • An additional 64 ILIs have been completed across Apache’s other operating areas in the Province of Alberta.
  • Apache continues to develop schematics for selected Apache-operated pipeline networks in the Southern Area as part of assessing the effectiveness of current chemical inhibition programs.
  • Vent checks on Apache-operated pipelines fitted with internal polyethylene liners are being conducted and results are documented and reviewed by Apache’s Pipeline Integrity Team.
  • Monthly checks of the Cathodic Protection (CP) system on Apache-operated pipelines are completed at regular intervals with any deficiencies being documented and identified.  Any necessary corrective actions are being scheduled and completed in relation to any deficiencies.
  • Apache continues to work with the CP service provider as part of the program to continuously improve the overall cathodic protection program across our operating areas in Alberta.
  • Ongoing work includes annual Right of Way inspections on Apache-operated licensed pipelines which cross a water body, Depth of Cover surveys and quarterly reviews of all pipelines that are not in active, flowing service.
  • In the month of December 2015, Apache discontinued 28 pipeline segments and abandoned 3 pipeline segments in accordance with regulatory requirements in the month of November 2015.
  • Apache continues to develop an inventory control list of all Apache-operated pipelines, including those that are not in active flowing service and scheduled for discontinuation and abandonment.
  • Apache has developed an action plan to implement recommendations associated with the third-party Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS) audit.

Progress Update – DECEMBER 16, 2015

Apache Canada Ltd. continues to work with the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) in publishing monthly progress updates on Apache’s Pipeline Failure and Release Prevention Plan and the implementation of recommendations to the Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS) stemming from a third-party audit of Apache Canada Ltd.-operated pipelines in the Province of Alberta. 

Item Description
Steps taken since the AER Regulatory Order was issued on June 26, 2015
  • Up to December 15, 2015, Apache Canada has completed 128 In-Line Inspections (ILIs) of pipeline segments in the Zama operating area.
  • An additional 41 ILIs have been completed across Apache’s other operating areas in the Province of Alberta.
  • Apache continues to develop schematics of various Apache-operated pipeline networks and batteries across its Alberta operating area as part of assessing the effectiveness of current chemical inhibition programs.
  • Vent checks on Apache-operated pipelines fitted with internal polyethylene liners are being conducted and results are documented and reviewed by Apache’s Pipeline Integrity Team.
  • There were no issues identified from vent checks which were completed in the month of November.
  • Monthly checks of the Cathodic Protection (CP) system on Apache-operated pipelines are completed at regular intervals with any deficiencies being documented and identified.  Any necessary corrective actions are being scheduled and completed in relation to any deficiencies.
  • Apache continues to work with the CP service provider as part of the program to continuously improve the overall cathodic protection program across our operating areas in Alberta.
  • Ongoing work includes annual Right of Way inspections on Apache-operated licensed pipelines which cross a water body, Depth of Cover surveys and quarterly reviews of all pipelines that are not in active, flowing service.
  • Apache has discontinued 16 pipeline segments, abandoned 26 pipeline segments and removed 2 pipeline segments in accordance with regulatory requirements in the month of November 2015.
  • Apache continues to develop an inventory control list of all Apache-operated pipelines, including those that are not in active flowing service and scheduled for discontinuation and abandonment.
  • Apache has developed an action plan to implement recommendations associated with the third-party Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS) audit.

Progress Update – NOVEMBER 12, 2015

Apache Canada Ltd. continues to work with the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) in publishing monthly progress updates on Apache’s Pipeline Failure and Release Prevention Plan and the implementation of recommendations to the Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS) stemming from a third-party audit of Apache Canada Ltd.-operated pipelines in the Province of Alberta.

Item Description
Steps taken since the AER Regulatory Order was issued on June 26, 2015
  • Through the first three quarters of 2015 (30/Sept/2015), Apache Canada has completed 122 In-Line Inspections (ILIs) of pipeline segments in the Zama operating area.
  • An additional 31 ILIs have been completed across Apache’s other operating areas in the Province of Alberta.
  • Apache continues to develop schematics of various Apache-operated pipeline networks and batteries across its Alberta operating area as part of assessing the effectiveness of current chemical inhibition programs.
  • Vent checks on Apache-operated pipelines fitted with internal polyethylene liners are being conducted and results are documented and reviewed by Apache’s Pipeline Integrity Team.
  • Monthly checks of the Cathodic Protection system on Apache-operated pipelines are completed at regular intervals with any deficiencies being documented and identified.  Any necessary corrective actions are being scheduled and completed in relation to any deficiencies.
  • Ongoing work includes annual Right of Way inspections on Apache-operated licensed pipelines which cross a water body, Depth of Cover surveys and quarterly reviews of all pipelines that are not in active, flowing service.
  • The instream pipeline protection activity crossing Walton Creek in Apache’s West 5 operating area was completed with no environmental incidents or regulatory reportable events.
  • Apache has discontinued 91 pipeline licenses and abandoned or removed 54 pipelines in accordance with regulatory requirements in 2015.

 

 

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