Week of June 9 - 15, 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.  
Local Government Designee:

Tami Yellico
Ph: 303.438.6300

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Oil and Gas Update - June 14, 2019
The June 14, 2019, Oil and Gas Update can be viewed here.

Sheridan Heave Repair Work to Start June 17, 2019
Extraction has contracted for repair of the Sheridan Parkway heave.  Work will begin on  Monday June 17, 2019, and will continue at least through June 28, 2019. This work is weather dependent.  The public notice for this work can be viewed here.

Contamination Near Sovereign Operating Company LLC Well Site
On June 5, 2019, Broomfield was made aware that soil contamination was identified in the vicinity of legacy oil and gas facilities, north of 152nd Avenue, east of Lowell Blvd, and west of Spruce Meadows. Please view the full text here, regarding the contamination. At this time, it appears the contamination is associated with a legacy oil and gas facility owned by Sovereign Operating Company LLC. On June 12, 2019, Broomfield filed a complaint with the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, which has jurisdiction over this matter. 

Legacy Flowline Contamination found Upon Flowline Removal
On June 6, 2019, Broomfield received notification that several gallons of natural gas liquids leaked from an abandoned flow line that was being decommissioned and removed along Huron Street in an area near State Highway 7. The public notice, which includes a map of the area, can be viewed here. This has been reported to the Colorado Department of Health and Environment as it has jurisdiction over this cleanup. Broomfield staff will also monitor the cleanup. 

Engineering Permit Submission - REVISED MAP
The public notice regarding the construction of the Webber pad for the large volume water tanks, can be viewed  here. Construction is estimated to begin on June 19th. The large volume water tanks from this pad will feed into lay flat pipe, bringing water to Extraction well sites during the completions phase, including hydraulic fracturing. The Webber Pad is north of 160th and east of Huron. The notice also includes the map of the lay flat pipeline route.