Presentation on theme: "Piceance Basin Natural Gas Development Program"— Presentation transcript:
1 Piceance Basin Natural Gas Development Program Northwest Colorado Oil & Gas ForumPresented by:Michael DeBerrySeptember 4, 2008Kristi Pollard – Policy, Government & Public Affairs, → Chevron Staff, based in Grand JunctionSean Norris – Coordinator for the Environmental, Social and Health Impact Assessment (ESHIA), → Chevron Staff, based in Grand JunctionAim of the meetingTo provide you with more information about the project, and to answer your questions
2 Piceance Natural Gas Program Update Two Recent Hand Injuries that Required Medical Attention83 Wells on 4 Pads Have Been Drilled to DateH&P Rig 318 Celebrated One Year Injury FreeKSI (Construction Contractor) Completed One Year Injury Free30 Inch Sales Pipeline Completed in August 2008Currently Flowing 5MMCFDGas is Being Processed by EnterpriseEnhanced Performance Through Technology/Process Improvements
3 Well Design TD – 200’ below the WF. Average TVD ~ 5,800’. KOP – Minimum 200’Max Build Rate – 3o / 100’Max Inclination – 40oMax Drop Rate - 2o / 100’Average Departure ~ 1100’.Section 25 shown with 64, 10 acre wells hit from three pads in valley location.
4 Piceance Natural Gas Program Update cont. ESHIA Being Implemented into Project Management PlanPlan Replaced Produced Water Pond with TanksSteadily Expanding Environmental Monitoring Programs – Water Quality and WildlifeFinalized $25M Agreement with Garfield County for CR 204Granted a $45K Grant to the De Beque School District for a Computer Lab, Software and Hardware
5 Piceance Natural Gas Program Update cont. Partnering with the Tamarisk Coalition on the Watson Island ProjectEradication and Re-vegetation along a 70 mile stretch of the Colorado RiverMajor Sponsor for the Robb River Rally on Sept. 13thA Community Biking/Running Event to Continue the Vision of Completing a Trail System Along the Colorado River from Garfield County to Utah and from Grand Junction to Delta along the Gunnison River
6 The Future of the Piceance Program Continue Operating the Current Two Drilling Rigs Until Mid 2010.Continue Infrastructure Installation in the Clear Creek Valley.Central Production Facility Commissioning Targeted for Second Quarter 2009.Continue Interim Production Operations Until Facility Commissioning.Limited Well Completion Activity Until Second Quarter 2009.