Acceptance of CDP may be risky business- Guest Opinion – Broomfield Enterprise 7/22/18

By Patrick Talbot Extraction Oil & Gas, Inc., proposes to drill 84 horizontal fracking wells in close proximity to densely populated residential communities, boulevards, parks, and our planned future Broomfield potable water source. Extraction was required to submit a Risk Management Plan as part of their Comprehensive Drilling Plan (CDP) to obtain permits to drill in Broomfield. The current…

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Join Others to Express Your Concerns About the Extraction Pads on August 1 at the COGCC

Sign Up on July 25 to Speak on August 1 or Just Plan to Attend August 1  Here is a direct link to the signup form for August 1:  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfCRPWG8eYizbc1nhAHffKEiVRsPxQnd7x3uQG9b1a6k-L67w/viewform   Have you thought about joining others to express your concerns about the proposed Extraction Pads sited in Broomfield, just prior to an unprecedented hearing at the State Colorado Oil…

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Adams County Protest for Unprecedented COGCC Hearing Requests Alternative Site Analysis for Broomfield Extraction Pads

In anticipation of an August 1 COGCC hearing on the drilling permits for Extraction Interchange and Northwest Pads sited in Broomfield, Adams County filed a July 16 protest document that asks that the COGCC “not approve the Application until all the alternative sites (Huron, United, Sheridan, and Lowell) are evaluated as potential alternative well locations.”  The four named sites…

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Broomfield Sends Letter to Erie Requesting that Crestone Acme Pad Use Broomfield Regulations

On July 17, the City of Broomfield sent a letter to Erie requesting that Erie and Crestone agree that the Acme Pad sited just north of Broomfield “comply with all requirements of Broomfield’s oil and gas regulations as approved on July 10, 2018.”  Broomfield’s letter was in response to a referral for the Crestone Acme Pad application sent by…

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“Colorado toxicology official warns parents of tests like one that found benzene in Erie boy’s blood” – Denver 7 News

By Jennifer Kovaleski, Denver 7 News 7/13/18 When Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) Toxicologist Mike Van Dyke reports on their late investigation into Dr. Beth Ewaskowitz’s son’s high benzene levels in Erie, he points to inadequate testing procedures and dismisses everyone’s concerns by saying it is “a huge challenge” without offering any solutions. Dr. Ewaskowitz expresses…

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