Oil and Gas Operators
Resolution 2017-186 - Extraction Oil and Gas Operator Agreement
Timeline of Extraction Activities (updated Jan. 2, 2020 )
Proposed Truck Route Map - Extraction Well Sites
Proposed Access Road and Pipeline Map - Extraction Well Sites
Extraction Comprehensive Drilling Plan
Extraction State Permits
Extraction Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) Sheets - by phase
Extraction's 2020 Emergency Response Plan
Broomfield's 2018 Risk Assessment of the Extraction Oil and Gas Well Pads
View the Broomfield 2020 COVID-19 Hazard Identification (HAZID) Amendment to the 2018 Risk Assessment. The objective of the amendment was to update the HAZID study to assess the additional risks of COVID-19 to the various drilling and completions activities associated with the well pads owned and operated by Extraction Oil and Gas.
Crestone Peak Resources
Crestone Peak Oil and Gas Submittal - Received Jan. 25, 2019:
On Jan. 25, 2019, Crestone Peak Resources (Crestone) submitted a document to the Planning Director described as "feedback, additional information, or additional documentation." This was submitted in response to Broomfield's comments and requests regarding Crestone's Use be Special Review (USR) application for the proposed Goltl oil and gas well pads.
On Feb. 23, 2018, Crestone Peak filed an application for a Use by Special Review for a proposed oil and gas development in Broomfield. The application includes two 13-well pads. The two pads are located east of I-25, approximately one mile north of E. 168th Avenue, and one quarter mile west of County Road 11.
Public hearings have not been scheduled regarding the use by special review. Comments and questions regarding the application should be directed to the Planning Division at email@example.com.
Visit the Goltl Pad site.
Visit the Erie Acme Pad site.