Week of June 2 - 8, 2019
As oil and gas development moves forward in Broomfield, you can expect frequent updates, information and public engagement opportunities through this email and the redesigned website, Broomfield.org/oilandgas.  
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Tami Yellico
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Webber Modular Large Volume Tank Form 2A Approval
The COGCC has approved Extraction's Form 2A permit for the Webber H Pad for the construction for modular large volume water tanks to serve the layflat pipe that will bring water to the well pads for the completions phases. The news flash to be posted regarding this information can be viewed here.

CDPHE's CAMML to Return to Livingston Pad
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) is planning to deploy their air mobile monitoring laboratory (referred to as CAMML) near the Livingston site in Broomfield County to collect air quality data during drilling operations. The CAMML will be located northwest of the Livingston Pad and south of the Northwest Parkway. The CAMML was previously placed at this same location from October 29, 2018 though late November to collect baseline air quality data.

The CAMML is expected to be put in place on June 3, 2019. The CAMML will remain at the Livingston location during a portion of the drilling operations. Data collection is expected to occur 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.

Update on Livingston Well Pad Activities and Sheridan Parkway Heave
Extraction intends to start of surface rig mobilization to the Livingston Pad, Saturday June 1, with a start of spudding activities Monday, June 3, 2019, in the afternoon. All transportation plan requirements will be followed. The surface rig will not be visible at the Livingston Pad until Monday afternoon. If spudding is still active on June 16, surface rig support traffic not previously cleared to access via the Lowell Blvd egress will shut down. No rig traffic will interfere with the Sheridan repair. Broomfield's Construction Supervisor and Traffic Engineer will follow this process closely. The public notice for the drilling can be viewed  here.

Extraction has contracted for repair of the Sheridan Parkway Heave. Heave repair will begin on Monday June 17, 2019, and it is anticipated that it will be completed by June 28, 2019. The public notice for this work can be viewed here. Extraction will be following the traffic plans approved by the Broomfield's Traffic Engineer for this process, which will include the following conditions:
  • Because of the impacts to repair Sheridan Parkway, no traffic will be allowed access to the Livingston site off of Sheridan Parkway
  • There will be no class 7 and above vehicles allowed to enter the Livingston site, during the heave repair.
  • Access to the Livingston site will be allowed to class 6 and below vehicles at the Lowell Boulevard access. Access will be limited to a right-in-right-out only at this location.
  • No left turns will be on Lowell Boulevard in or out of the Livingston site.
  • All vehicles accessing the Livingston site will not be allowed during the peak hours of 7-9 am and 3-6 pm
  • To ensure the safety of emergency response teams, construction workers and the general public, Broomfield reserves the right to modify or direct changes to traffic patterns and traffic control device.
Interchange B Pad - Notice of Spud Received
Broomfield received the Notice of Spud (COGCC Form 42) for two additional wells on the Interchange B Pad. Both of these wells have already been permitted by the COGCC (i.e. the Form 2s have been approved). With the addition of these two wells, Broomfield has now received the Notice of Spud for a total of twelve (12) wells on Interchange B.

Extraction intends to drill these additional two wells immediately after the initial 10 wells are drilled.  Extraction is currently drilling the 10th well and expects to finish the week of June 10, 2019. The public notice with this information can be viewed here .