Top 5 reasons U never heard of to NOT drill by Arlington people….WIP

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This is yet another one of my Work In Progress projects (WIP aka WTF).

1) The Chesapeake/NOMAC drilling related fuel tank can hold 14,000 gallons of explosive & carcinogenic fuel .

2) The accidental “reportable” quantity (RQ) release amounts were written during the era of drilling in remote areas.  For Ex. 10 gallons of pure Benzene, 100 lbs of Formaldehyde & 5,000 lbs of Methanol has to be “spilled” before they must call the Railroad Commission to investigate. Click here for more on RQ.  Related is that we also have MSD’s in Arlington . Click here to enter an address of interest of an MSD area in Arlington.

Here is an example of a non-reportable quantity event…

3) There are no regulations to require pressurized, VENTLESS flowback tanks…yes they flowback in open hatch tanks in Arlington.….we don’t want any rock snot, manmade, sour gas here ya’ll.

4) Arlington’s “protected uses” for a 600 foot set back consideration does not include businesses, campgrounds, hotels and motels. Just north of the above video at California and Cooper St is a KOA Campground where some residents live 300 feet close to the well heads. The gasoline pumps are 400 feet away.

5) Arlington Gas Well Inspectors do not inspect the UTA Enervest site, nor do they inspect any of the Compressor Stations or Bumper Stations.

I’ll keep adding to this list if you contact me with obscure, COLLOID – like little known facts-thanks.


As usual here is a letter from this morning (I post most of them for ease of Open Records)… to a Michael McCullough who wrote “My degrees are in chemistry and chemical engineering and I spent decades in the environmental industry, both as a consultant and in-house head of environmental affairs.”

Permalink Reply by Kim Feil …
What do you think about the new findings where flowback was studied and found that the re-used flowback became anthropogenicly toxic by introducing bleach related chemicals that react with the bacteria?

http://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2014/em/c4em00376d#!divAbstract
The study appeared this week in the Royal Society of Chemistry journal Environmental Science: Processes and Impacts….
“However, the presence of various fatty acid phthalate esters in the Barnett and Marcellus produced waters can be related to their use in drilling fluids and breaker additives rather than their presence in connate fluids. Halogen containing compounds are found in each of the water samples, and although the fluorocarbon compounds identified are used as tracers, the presence of chlorocarbons and organobromides formed as a consequence of using chlorine containing oxidants (to remove bacteria from source water), suggests that industry should concentrate on non-chemical treatments offrac and produced waters.”

Also what do you think about Urban Drillers using pressurized flowback tanks?…they currently use those rural style open hatch ones and NIOSH recently found those workers have illegal amts of Benzene exposures….

http://stateimpact.npr.org/pennsylvania/2014/08/28/new-study-shows-…

Have you heard about the COLLOIDS flowback spill frack on crack risk too?

Thanks for your attention to these concerns of an unhappy gas well neighbor near the ATT Cowboy’s Stadium.

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Photo by askchesapeake.com blog page is WestchesterGasette

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Perr not so purr-frack in Mc Drill-land …the Arlington P&Z vote of 9/17/14

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From: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>
To: “Cindy.Harding@arlingtontx.gov” <Cindy.Harding@arlingtontx.gov>
Cc: cindy powell <cpowell@aisd.net>; “BOARD@Aisd.net” <BOARD@Aisd.net>; “Rusty.Ward@crzo.net” <Rusty.Ward@crzo.net>; “collin.gregory@arlingtontx.gov” <collin.gregory@arlingtontx.gov>
Sent: Thursday, September 18, 2014 3:12 PM
Subject: For P&Z recap comments/clarifications/request for workshop
Thank you for those P&Z members that voted this down last night for the Enervest Perr site expansion/drill zone SUP.
Last night one of the speakers was mistaken when she spoke of my own personal properties near the Truman site going down in value…she should have read my blog as what happened was that I protested and asked for that devaluation citing the gas wells nearby.
 
Another clarification that needs to be made was when Mr McAllister was wanting an account of violations, in the spirit of appropriate discussion…someone needed to talk about the Rice (then Carrizo) drill site near Hutchinson Junior High having two emission events back in 2012. Collin Gregory was the inspector that went out.
 
We had a fire truck or two following a three block wide plume through that neighborhood (that I saw black plumes of smoke at on Tuesday) that you can read about in the Rice drill site story. Even though those emission events involved when Carrizo was the owner, and even though no violations were found-not even a nuisance, this info was important.
 
It was relevant information because it was disruptive to the airshed and was a potential threat to the neighborhood. There was also a Carrizo emission event in Mansfield too where our Star Telegram reporter, Susan Schrock, and her small son was enveloped in a cloud trying to get into the school that was on lock down.
 
What the board also needed to know was that these events did not meet the TCEQ reportable quantity release threshold. The antiquated quantity rules for “reportable events” were made when we were drilling in rural areas. This is where Home Rule and good P&Z / City Council decisions can be made in the interest of public safety.
 
For those that voted for the expansion at all (health) costs to those downwind to the storage tanks at the KOA campground and those to the northwest that are downwind, please view these two videos as evidence of the hydrocarbons coming off those tanks 24/7…
 

Lake Arlington Natural Gas Waste Storage Tanks Infrared     and here is a video by a school…

FYI… I am putting pressure on AISD to respond to complaint #366 that is over a year and half old now.
As a leadership team effort, I am requesting that we have a meeting where representatives from the school board, city council, P&Z, firemen, and city inspectors can have citizen workshops with some industry or engineer representatives to discuss citizen issues.
Here is a video I took of the Perr site during flowback in 2011 showing the OPEN HATCH flowback tanks….
Yesterday, I questioned someone from the appraisal office to see if the driller paid the mineral taxes on the missing tax value data. I was told that they (Carrizo) did pay and in fact protested their taxes already paid saying that they were not the owner.  
Before the Arlington TX Planning & Zoning work session, I asked Mr Kirkland who presented the case, if in his line of consulting would help recommend that the drillers use Best Available Emission Control Technologies like the Vapor Point ventless flowback tanks. He said he’d look into it.
Also, Faith and I were speaking to Shea Kirkman, Rusty Ward, and two other Enervest industry reps. She brought up the vapor recovery devices and Rusty admitted twice in a row that “we should have vapor recovery units”.
During the meeting when one of the P&Z members asked the city what was involved with well plugging, Shae and I agreed that maybe the line of questioning must be from concerns about the recent WFAA casing water contamination story. It was then that Shae told me that “we are seeing 20 year old casings go bad”.
Last night I pointed out that Mr Shae Kirkman  mentioned the 400 mineral owners, but I reminded folks that only 1/4 of royalties are divided up between the 400 person interest….so much for the big royalty pay out.
I wonder who else besides Rusty Ward left Carrizo and went to work for Enervest? 
There is something to be said of a company in the business of owning aging wells that is a Limited Liability company.
Sincerely,
Kim Feil

Here is part of what I spoke on last night at the P&Z hearing…..

In looking at the TAD records, I wanted to see what the value per sq ft was for a padsite and the adjacent land. For the Truman drill site near the ATT Stadium, the 6.7 acre site was double whopper valued at $77.50 sq ft but is now a measly french fry $5 sq ft for most of that land. For the remaining adjacent Collins frontage, the 1.5 acre is $18 sq ft.

We lost $12 million in Truman drill site surface valuations over a 5 year period. Netting the subsurface mineral valuations is a more convoluted story because the historic Apple Nine ownership mineral valuations were purged when ownership changed to Chesapeake. The same story applys to Carrizo in having sold to Enervest.

I have asked Roger Venables for info on mineral valuations, but am told it is not available. So here is the Perr surface devaluation information….

Enervest owns the 6.6 acre lot to the north with the old empty night club valued at $2.76 sq ft that has followed the market increase rate (+15% from 2011 figures at $2.40). The actual padsite of 6.3 acres lost 36% of its 2012 value and is now at $1.75 sq ft.

Similarly the Chesapeake padsite adjacent to the Perr site at 2913 S Cooper has 8.3 acres commercial vacant at $1.70 sq ft.

Contrast that to the frontage property on Cooper street at the Race Trac gasoline station that sits on 1.4 acres that has a whopper value of $24 sq ft.

Across from the Rac Trac, (2904 S Cooper), the Avis shop has less than three quarters of an acre at $12 sq ft.

Nearby at 2805 Cooper, the tiny parcel (.2 acre) Espita Cleaning Service at is at $17 sq ft, & the Graham Station (across from the drill site) has 2.7 acres at $6 sq ft.

At 2915 S Cooper, the AG Realty owner has 4 acres at  $3 sq ft and sits between both drill sites.

The Chesapeake padsite near Green Oaks/Cooper (TAD 41588940) and near our municipal air port (TAD# 41583590), both are  AT SEVEN CENTS a sq ft.

(The Ederville drill site is also at seven cents a sq ft)

How low can it go….?

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Our padsite properties have the least value, since these properties are already “established” why not keep drilling? I’ll tell you why….let us figure how much it would cost to truck in water in the event of widespread water contamination due to the huge shale play buildout.

It has already started to affect our Big Mac seismicity attack status, and earthquakes risk damage to our casings. The existing wells may have unknown leaks that can take years to show itself, so lets not rush to allow more drilling when the science is just starting to catch up.

Ground water pollution can travel about a mile a year in general…nature needs 200 years to attenuate the pollution and we can’t wait that long.

East of the drill sites is the medical district. In looking at the Parkside Place with its nine quadraplex owners, that $30 sq ft ($7.8 million value) could go south along with the rest of Arlington jobs & property values if we don’t have water.

Yesterday I was at 303 & Cooper and saw black (smoke signal like) plumes to the east by the water tower near the Enervest Rice drill site…by the time I got down the hill, the plumes were gone…my son & I saw identical plumes like that from the Enervest UTA site one morning.

P&Z was told not to keep health and environmental reasoning in their deliberations, but a young 22 year old woman NW of (downwind less than a mile of these two drill sites) was diagnosed with thyroid cancer around the same time of her aunt who lives two blocks away (with breast cancer) at the same time the family dog did. I submit to you that the people less than 300 feet away in the KOA campground need to be protected…that they are categorized as  being outside of a “protected use” is unconscionable….

A lot is unknown about our Mc Donald Happy Land /Urban Drilling experiment we are in-no health or environmental impact study has been done…the gas can wait…our health and water supplies can not.

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75 yr old pond not sustainable to wildlife within 6 months of fracking

While reading the comments on this article….. http://www.dallasnews.com/business/energy/20140915-texas-drinking-water-tainted-by-natural-gas-operations-scientists-find.ece

Paul King commented
My family has a home with a natural spring running under the property. We’ve used the water for 75 years to keep two small ponds on the property. When fracking began all of the fish and crayfish died within 6 months.”

Then this guy named Ben from Oklahoma said…

2 hours ago
Ben
So wells & springs never went dry before fracking?”
1 hour ago
Paul King replied…
You seem confused. I didn’t say the water ran dry. I said the water after fracking began couldn’t sustain the wildlife.”
 
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I’m glad this guy is retired cause people with real jobs have a hard time revealing their identity…..Mr King’s mama might be upset with him for telling the truth cause she is his friend on Facebook and her occupation is office manager at Ambrose Oil & Gas Properties…ooops.
She’s probably past retirement age in case they try to fire her for being related to him.
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Chesapeake site near ATT Cowboy Stadium lost $12 million taxable value over 5 yr period on 6.7 acres prime land

708 N Collins also referenced in incident# 13-002931

708 N Collins also referenced in incident# 13-002931

When you think of the land that borders the Downtown Arlington area to the Entertainment District, that IS prime land contrary to what the mayor said about that land when Chesapeake wanted to frack it.

The mayor’s joke about not worrying about the stadium cracking from fracking came back to haunt him recently. So in addition to frackquake worrying, think about the 55-60 pad sites around town suffering tax devaluations near or on our Arlington drill sites.

As a number cruncher and to be fair in my reporting, one must look at the land’s mineral sub valuations to be able to net the gains or losses from our tax rolls.

As an Urban Drilling town, we hope the mineral valuations last because the surface land value is permanently tainted.

We will never be able to un-drill that well, erase it’s stigma, or build anything over it.

The bigger picture is hoping the substrata isn’t polluted which could eventually affect our drinking water.

Using this link….http://www.tad.org/datasearch/reentry.cfm  you can see surface valuations as follows…Just type in each Tarrant County Appraisal District account number of the Chesapeake drill site which is about 2,500 feet from the ATT Cowboys Stadium. They call it the Truman drill site…

Lot A is 1.5 acres acct #03156168  312 N Collins St.

Lot B is 5.2 acres acct #41507045  310 N Collins St.


#03156168     +   #41507045    =  total value of 6.7 acres

2009    $5 million    +       n/a             =   $5 million   (Lot 57R1A & B)

2010  $1.2 million   +   $3.6 million    =   $4.8 million (loss of $.2 million from 2009)

2011  $1.2 million   +   $1.1 million    =   $2.3 million (loss of $2.7 million from 2009)

2012  $1.2 million   +   $51.7K           =   $1.3 million ( loss of $3.7 million from 2009)

2013  $1.2 million   +   $1.1 million    =   $2.3 million ( loss of $2.7 million from 2009)

2014  $1.2 million   +   $1.1 million    =   $2.3 million ( loss of $2.7 million from 2009)

Had those properties retained their $5 million dollar value over the last five years, we would have had ad valorem taxes paid off of $30 million, but instead only aggregated $18 million, a difference of $12 million.

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So we may never know what the net effect tax devaluation is because I asked for the minerals valuations we collect taxes from and…..no record found was their response….
—– Forwarded Message —–
From: City of Arlington – Open Records <ArlingtonTX@mycusthelp.net>
To: kimfeil@sbcglobal.net
Sent: Tuesday, September 16, 2014 12:56 PM
Subject: Open Records Request :: W017173-091514

9/16/2014

Feil Kim

RE: Public Records Request for 310 and 312 N. Collins street property - Community Development and Planning (CD&P) records

Dear Feil Kim,

Your public information request to the City of Arlington, received 9/15/2014, has been referred to me for response.

We have searched our records and have been unable to locate any records maintained by the City responsive to your request for Real Estate division/Community Development and Planning department records pertaining to the above addressed properties.

Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions regarding this matter.

Sincerely,

Jyl Miller*
Community Development and Planning


So I couldn’t find the Truman TAD record, but I grabbed this one out of the air and feel it could be representative of the Truman site… O U CH !

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oh wait….I found the Truman minerals valuation data….the history is erased I bet since ownership changed hands.

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On an email sent to our city Real Estate Manager, dated Dec 16 2013 requesting sub-valuations, I never heard back…

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So here is my follow up
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From: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>
To: Roger Venables <roger.venables@arlingtontx.gov>
Sent: Wednesday, September 10, 2014 1:27 PM
Subject: What is net effect on TAD tax valuations for Chesapeake surface vs mineral?
Roger, in the past I have asked for gaswell devaluations near drilling reports for Arlington and hope by now you have ordered these? In fairness to understand the current net effect, we need to know what the mineral tax valuations offsets are (state code G1). Certainly the income on minerals valuations will be short lived due to the hyperbolic decline curve in gas production with these horizontal laterals.
Please let me know so I can request a copy and update my blog post on this.
The lady from the drill site in Ft Worth that spewed twice in a month (with the last time trappng her in her home during an ice storm) wrote me in response to a press release (see below)….Janice wrote: “I went to the Tarrant County Appraisal District and requested a hearing to get the property taxes on my house lowered because of the location across the street from a gas well and got a letter the next week stating that my taxes have been lowered (13% or $9,000) without the hearing.”
I noticed that her Ederville Chesapeake drill site property (TAD# 051315832 state code J2) near her, lost almost 97% ($320,000) in taxable value. Property that used to be worth $2.55 sq ft is now worth .07 cents per sq ft.
Also Chesapeake’s eight parcels of land behind the homes adjacent to the padsite were also reduced in total by $96,000 and are valued at a whopping .07 cents per sq ft.
Chesapeake’s damage to surface property values for this Ederville site is over $415,000.  This does not include the recent environmental damages to actual soil when gas and produced fluids was spraying all around.
 
Is there a plan for our appraisal team (Pritchard & Abbott) to jack Chesapeake’s valuations back up when the wells peter out so we get needed tax dollars for our budget? I bet Chesapeake ends up having another firesale…hope not literally though, but with each passing year as the infrastructures age, the fire risks do go up especially when they weld on those storage tanks that belch out invisible hydrocarbons 24/7.
This devaluation isn’t fair to the adjacent property south of the drill site where they are paying a commercial market price of $1.20 sq ft.
A couple years ago before the Fulson padsite gas well spewed at Sublett and 360, Jane Lynn told me of her success in complaining by phone and getting an immediate tax reduction on her property too. I studied both the Fulson site and my Truman/Cowboys Stadium drill site TAD records and found similar losses as described above. I understand that they are having trouble selling or developing that land adjacent to the Fulson site; that “was” a prime location.
Here are the press releases from not one, but two Dallas bloggers regarding my 31% home devaluation near fracking.
My $story$ is circulating…maybe this should get people actively protesting the value of their homes near drill sites especially since those royalty checks aren’t that impressive.
Oh and lets not forget that Chesapeake/DFW Midstream got a 25% reduction near Bowie Highschool….I emailed Texas Instruments to remind them of this “cash on the table/protest opportunity” for their property.
 
Ask and you shall receive….follow the  money….it rule$.
 
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To: Kim Triolo Feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>
Sent: Monday, December 16, 2013 10:15 AM
Subject: Janice Colston commented on a link you shared.
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Janice Colston commented on a link you shared.
Janice wrote: “I went to the Tarrant County Appraisal District and requested a hearing to get the property taxes on my house lowered because of the location across the street from a gas well and got a letter the next week stating that my taxes have been lowered without the hearing.”
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From: Roger Venables <Roger.Venables@arlingtontx.gov>
To: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>
Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2012 9:05 AM
Subject: RE: Multitasking- How drilling affects valuations

Kim:

The only market value study the City commissioned was in 2010.  Integra Realty Resources conducted the study titled “Arlington Well Site Impact Study”.  Refer to this title in your open records request.  I don’t have information on pipeline condemnations affecting single family homes.  As for choking back wells, we do not have information on specific wells.

 

Thanks

Roger

 

Roger Venables

Assistant Director

Community Development & Planning | City of Arlington

Mail Stop 01-0241 | 101 W. Abram Street | Arlington, Tx 76010

817-459-6613 | Fax: 817-459-6669

http://www.arlingtontx.gov/planning/index.html

 

From: kim feil [mailto:kimfeil@sbcglobal.net]
Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2012 7:14 AM
To: Roger Venables
Subject: Multitasking- How drilling affects valuations

Roger, I’m working on a project to see how many homes for sale in Arlington are near drill sites…I never inteneded to do this study, I was looking to see where else I could live in Arlington that was not within a mile of gas wells and am finding vey few homes…

1) what reports have your dept. recently worked on in regards to this topic? I want to request this from open records but need to know how to word this request.

2) how many homes in Arlington have been affected in value by pipeline condemnation?

3) I am still waiting to see who is choking back which wells…. this information should be available….what do I get this information?


Kim Feil

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“I’m Not Afraid of the Stadium Cracking” Arlington Mayor joked on gas well vote

http://arlingtontx.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=2&clip_id=733&meta_id=85939

Note the boldfaced dates on the history timeline of the (Truman) Chesapeake drill site that is located at the Arlington Downtown / Entertainment District lines.

Above is the link to the Arlington City Council 1/4/11 meeting for the permit to drill “IN”our Entertainment District. The children speakers are important to note, but you can jump to the 54 minute mark to hear a citizen concerned for the safety of the structural integrity of the stadium. At the 1:13 mark you can hear our good doctor Mayor Cluck joke about him not being afraid of the stadium cracking.

If you go to minute 49:48 in the video you can see landlord Jacob Cohan, who was later paid off to the tune of about $12,000, speaking against the gas well. Jacob was one of three (who does not live in the affected area) landowners whose vote was bought off in time for the next meeting.

In this hearing, former councilman, (Meth) Mel, moved to table the vote to Jan 18, 2011, but that wasn’t enough time for Chesapeake to buy off three landowners signatures…“On January 18, 2011, City Council agreed to Chesapeake’s request to leave this case tabled until the February 8, 2011 City Council meeting.”

Another thing Chesapeake did to ramrod the stadium (Truman) drill site so close to people was to “gerrymander out” those opposed that were/ARE within the 600 ft setback. They brought before council a “new” permit request for a well positioned (a few/several feet/yards?) more south. This well is closer to Division St where mathematically they had more favorable votes of approving signatures of land owners there….”On March 22, 2011, City Council approved gas well permit GW10-126 for the Bobcat 1H gas well by a vote of 8-1-0”.

In many cases “I” was the one informing the managers at these businesses who leased from these absentee landowners that their new neighbor was to be a drill site. Minorities working at some of these businesses who signed my petition (500 signatures in all) were against being too close to this pad site.

Later, on 9/4/12, council had a chance to prevent future drilling (beyond the three gas wells already allowed) if only they would have denied the SUP for the drilling zone where future gas wells get administrative approval. Go to 17 min into this video to see the Chesapeake rep explain to council how they were able to get an extra needed vote (due to replatting of the land) so as to count Apple Nine’s vote.

Apple Nine leased hundreds of properties to Chesapeake and has since sold the majority of that land.  Chesapeake eventually bought the 5.2 acres adjacent to their pad site land from Apple Nine on 11/1/13 and now rightfully owns their own stinking mess. I say stinking because when they were drilling out the plugs of the Bobcat well the end of January earlier that year, a stinch eveloped the area over a two day period. The odor came into MY home and my mother-in-law was there and “took a cold that night”.. she is very healthy and hardly ever ever sick….my eyes were buring…in my own home!

The next day I found that those north of the drill site across from the stadium had employees and apartment residents that were sickened. But the media didn’t report this. That same year in September of 2013, I recorded an employee on the fenceline who spoke of dump-like odor. Here is that video account.

I visited the Autozone later in April, 2014 and recorded this heartbreaking health concerns statement….

It is worth noting that is lady at the Autozone was the manager that would not let me get petition signatures from her employees. I contacted their headquarters and they were basicly nonresponsive.

With the eventual approval of the Chesapeake drill site 2,500 feet from the ATT Cowboys Stadium, we just had a 2.4 earthquake (frackquake) last Sunday morning (9/7/14) where the epicenter was close to this drill site.

I hope the background as to how Chesapeake devalued prime property near the stadium ($12 million over 5 yrs in lost taxable revenue) infuriates every good soul’d Arlington resident into action to urge our city to take Chesapeake to court for such manipulation.

We need to demand our council to not approve any more drilling zones, and at the very least stand firm on our 600 foot setback rule in our ordinance.

Recently Councilman Shepard loopholed our ordinance to allow for drilling closer than 300 feet if you can believe that….

”Where wells exist on a drill site additional wells may [sic] be drilled and drill zones may be established within 300 feet (91440 mm) of buildings with an occupancy in group A, E, or I. If feasible, additional wells shall not be located closer to the buildings than existing wells.”

Here are some pics of the 1/4/11 meeting….

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DFW Airport Gas Extraction Safety Fraction photos

dfw-airport-with-rig

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…if it looks like a spill and quacks like a duck, don’t let it swim there!

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….inconvenient brine spill or grass fire remnants?

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Bear Creek to the west…look at all the impoundments!

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frack sand operation or home building site nearby may explain the need for this-whatever it is…yet another water impoundment….

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...more home building in this already too taxed airshed…next to a sub station…bawh!

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…this is representative of the American landscape now…NOT PROUD to be from the land of the scortched and water depraved

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...in the bottom left side of the pic (west of stained area) is the Grapevine Cotten Belt Compressor Station…

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look at the red stains

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a young paster in Grapevine died a few years ago and worked downwind from the airport…he liked to bike…Here is a map of the church..northwest of the airport…he was seemingly healthy up to the weekend he found out that the bruising and bleeding gums was a fast acting acute myeloid leukemia…he virtually died over the weekend.

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What the frack are those scabby looking holes?…its a frack plague! Here is the Google map to view close up

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…bottom right is a nice example of a tank battery BTEX spewing factory!

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water looks low in the (hopefully fresh) water impoundment

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by the green arrow is a…frack stain

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…nuthn’ 2 C here keep scrolling

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put some fracking solar panels here …duh!

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…expanded view of where more solar panels could go if we truly were of the land of the free and the brave….but our addiction to fossil fool fuels holds our future captive & barreling towards bleak…

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The blue cages at the City soccer field is to the east of the Tri Gas company tanks… on a “low to no” wind day…..fumes build up concentrations especially at dusk and dawn…and thats da’ fract jack.

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….of course the city wants to develop this land…who else would want to be here by all those multiple, cummulative, unstudied emissions that are not regulated which makes for a 1+1=5 synergistic toxic risk?

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South of the soccer field entrance is the City of Irving water pumping station thats also next to a golf course…I inquired and found that those tanks hold FRESH water…whew!…but what does the onsite airport tanks and the Tri Gas tanks hold?

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Gee whats behind these unidentified tanks near the Best Western Plus (see map here)…why its some gas wells and BTEX ladened, (toxic) produced water storage tanks. These tanks waft invisible hydrocarbons 24/7 to mix in the airshed with the jet fumes and chlorine related chemicals used in frack water treatments….all of these mixtures by the fast food restaurant and two hotels…wow….hope the winds don’t die down….that fracking poison mostly happens at night in our sleep in Texas…right?

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…expanded view of the gas well papsite behind those unidentifed (jet fuel?) storage tanks…one evening after karaoke in one of the airport hotels, I personally witnessed unbreathable jet fumes on my way to my car…last Sunday I was treated to my first massage therapy in Arlington and the nearby Arlington Airport fumes (yes there was a Cowboys game to be later that day) struck our lungs like lightening…second time I’ve been on that side of town and smelled that…

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LOOK to the west of the padsites its Great Wolf Lodge!! A destination to be…leary of taking your family?….The Barnett Shale “downwind area” is to be northwest of emission sources cause our winds predominantly blow from the south/southeast.

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A closer view of Great Wolf Lodge…and the storage tanks.

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Gee the Great Wolf Lodge has a gas well flanked to the northest too…..bummer

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no…this is not the Great Wolf lodge …..it is the Great Wolf Water Park & Convention Center just up the road a cowboy spit away.

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…yet another gas well padsite north to the Great Wolf waterpark …that airshed contains interstate vehicle emissions, & airport jet fumes. That “mix” blows to Flower Mound northwest of there…they have a breast cancer cluster too ya’ know……now you can’t NOT know as Calvin Tillman once said.

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notice the stained ground?…. or is something seeping up from it?

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padsite to the east & substation to the west of the (emissions from the) interstate….birds have been known to mass die flying over substations….happened twice in Arlington

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more stains

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I wonder how many times that frack fresh water pond was filled time and again during droughts no doubt…only to be injected as permanent polluted waste water that we hope never migrates to contaminate fresh water sources..whats left of them …Did you know that the drilling industry uses chlorine dioxide for its water treatments? What do you get when you add chlorine to methane plus the sun?…kaboom and probably hydrochloric acid vapors …https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nz03fpullyo

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The famous Bass Pro Shop, museum and hotel gets it…you know the nasty airshed thang….

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LEGOLAND at Grapevine Mills Mall gets it…

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the good thang about scortched earth is that it can’t catch a grass fire…woot woot

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What the sam heck is this guy fishing for from those gas wells?

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Screen shot 2014-09-09 at 8.07.27 AM…bye bye now….so glad our visitors get to take a stinking plane out of the BarnettShaleHell where civilized people live and breathe multiple, cummulative, unknown, unregulated, syngeristically toxic (?) emissions…long term…………..doesn’t sound too civilized to our red and white blood counts does it?

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Arlington time frame predicted of frackquake by Dale Henry… and more to come YA’LL

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Kim & Ken Feil visit Mr & Mrs Henry in Lampass TX on May 9, 2014… and hits the record button when the subject matter turned to how the media gives the injection wells all the credit for the “frackquakes”

Please wait as 45 seconds into the video the audio improves.

WHO: Video of Dale Henry, retired Petroleum Engineer, who (unsuccessfully) ran for Railroad Commissioner four times. If you live in Texas you’d know that democrats don’t fair “well” in Texas oil & gas political positions.

WHAT: He compares* the PSI & injection rates of fluids that occur both for injection wells and for hydraulic fracturing. Click here for TxSharon’s RRC map of Arlington laterals.

WHEN: He claims there is a resulting seismic response time frame of 18-30 months after we inject into mother earth. For Arlington, it was Sept 7 2014 for a 2.4 earthquake.

WHERE: Arlington Gasland TX  3.1 miles shallow**.

WHY: This manmade concentration of energy gets stored in mother earth and she responsively burps out via seismic “events”….aka Frackquake.

ANY (more) QUESTIONS***?

*Here are my notes that I took from the video…
barrels per minute of injection wells = 2-3 bbl verses
barrels per minute during fracking = about 200 bbls
PSI for injection wells = 1,000-3,000 PSI verses
PSI during fracking = 10,000-20,000 PSI.
Time frame of energy storage before seismicity = 18-30 months or less.  

**Note a shallow quake can be caused by natural water table fluctuations due to drought and rainy seasons.

***ANY (more) QUESTIONS? Yes I do…..

1) So why are some epicenters of some of these earthquakes near injection wells as this appears to make injection wells (not fracking) the main cause of our manmade seismic events?…. I suspect (and please weigh in on this folks) that the energy stored either from nearby fracking or injection wells cause the fault lines to give way “first” at the areas with the most stress ….which is near those heavy ass injection sites full of fluid. There is a study that the older the injection well the more volume it contains and therefore the more intense the quakes. There is also a study that says that what happens “here” (where injecting is occurring) can affect fault lines way over “there” (like in areas not having injection activities).

2) Why do we continue to risk all our water, sewer, NG pipes and well casings to seismic events when renewable energy (and jobs) are just waiting to be tapped?

 

 

Here is a video from 2011 of Mr Henry speaking on preventing water contamination from drilling….


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How Now Brown Cow RRC candidate – 2020 is too late to restrict fresh water & injection wells

Candidate Brown is running for the regulatory agency commission seat for the TX oil & gas industry (Railroad Commission). He was directed my way when asked for those impacted by the fracking industry in the Barnett Shale. Shortly after I sent him the following info, he met up with some Arlington folks. While he is light years ahead of the Republican candidate in wanting to curtail the fracking water abuse, 2020 is too late for the measures he wants to take.
I expect any commission who regulates the oil & gas mafia to restore our zoning laws and keep high impact industrial mining out of urban areas and to stop any and all cement casing activities until they get a handle on why they are seeing the 20 year old cement casing go bad….aka stop drilling until we invent rot proof cement and rust proof steel.
—– Forwarded Message —–
From: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>
To: Stephen Brown
Sent: Saturday, September 6, 2014 2:48 PM
Subject: Re: Mr Brown you asked about Barnett Shale Fracking Harms
Jean Stephens said she is closed on Tuesdays, but you can call her cell at xxx on Tues.
Her business office number is xxx.
 
Tammy, whose grandbaby gets nosebleeds when she stays at her house, is at xxx – I just spoke with her and she is OK with me giving you her phone number.
 
Jane is at XXX and can speak about the harm in her neighborhood-she was the one that was gassed in her own home on April 11 2011 near Sublett and 360.
 
The lady from the drill site in Ft Worth that spewed twice in a month (with the last time trapping her in her home during an ice storm) is who I was referencing on the devaluation link below-her name is Janice Colston and she lives by the Ederville drill site. I Facebooked her and gave her your phone number to call you if she is interested in meeting on Tuesday-she is retired so may she can make it.
 
I actually have no car to drive to Ft Worth to meet personally (my teen son drives my car to school) but hope my contribution thus far is helpful…If there is one take away from this is that they need to be flowing back in closed, ventless, pressurized flowback tanks.
 
Below is the link for the new study by the Royal Society of Chemistry journal of Environmental Science I was telling you about over the phone when you mentioned of an attempt to limit the industry from fresh water access. My concerns were of reusing waste fluids (to make frack on crack)  by 2020 (which by 2020 is too late anyway).  As it is if you move from municipally treated water and use pond or river water, then there is rock snot to contend with. Rock Snot can harm the formation, sour the wells to create manmade biogenic H2S which is what I think sickened Jean Stephens.
 
The study appeared this week in the Royal Society of Chemistry journal Environmental Science: Processes and Impacts….
“However, the presence of various fatty acid phthalate esters in the Barnett and Marcellus produced waters can be related to their use in drilling fluids and breaker additives rather than their presence in connate fluids. Halogen containing compounds are found in each of the water samples, and although the fluorocarbon compounds identified are used as tracers, the presence of chlorocarbons and organobromides formed as a consequence of using chlorine containing oxidants (to remove bacteria from source water), suggests that industry should concentrate on non-chemical treatments of frac and produced waters.”  
 
 blogged about seeing bromate showing up in our Arlington Water Quality Reports AFTER Urban Drilling came in (bromate is created when bromide mixes with ozone used for Arlington water purification processes). So bromide can be coming from the drilling phase “and” the produced water treatment phases.
Sincerely
Kim Feil
PS Here are two videos of ladies with rash of which one that lives close by General Motors-yes GM has padsites on their industrial park…all blowing to our Entertainment District those unknown, unregulated, multiple, cumulative emissions.
 
 
From: Stephen Brown 
To: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>
Sent: Saturday, September 6, 2014 1:17 PM
Subject: Re: Mr Brown you asked about Barnett Shale Fracking Harms
Thanks for all of this information, Kim.    I’m in town on Tuesday. Do you think we can set something up for me to meet some of these people, and hear their stories first hand.
I know it’s short notice but Tuesday morning is open. Let me know
Thanks 

Sent from my iPhone

—– Forwarded Message —–

From: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>

To: Steve Brown

Sent: Saturday, September 6, 2014 12:55 PM

Subject: Mr Brown you asked about Barnett Shale Fracking Harms

Thank you for reaching out…I have links to the local harms just off the top of my head that I have blogged about…I can be reached at 817 XXX-XXXX.

First link is self explanatory – this happened near Pantego in Arlington… http://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/2012/03/05/slammed-with-sudden-nausea-from-flowback-odors-business-womans-blood-pressure-soars-after-vomiting/ .  They were flowing back the wells near her business and claimed stale water issue. They also cracked her cement with they were fraking, here is a link to that video.

The second link here is recent attempts from the API to have EPA make sure Green Completions equipment are only used at end stage flowback when gas is detected (at unspecified ratios…the harm is that they flow back the gas wells in OPEN hatch tanks that waft Benzene and other chemicals into the neighborhoods.  NIOSH and CDC are just now catching up to the exposures the workers checking the tank levels have….Chris Faulkner of Breitling Energy responded but failed to help me ask Chesapeake (who is nonresponsive) to convert to VENTLESS flowback tanks which involves them being pressurized and more costly. I recall reading that Devon used them in the Eagleford Shale.

My own personal experience was smelling odors (and having my eyes burn) with my mother-in-law in my own closed up home two blocks from the Cowboys Stadium when they were drilling out the plugs at the end of Jan 2013-my mother-in-law took a cold that night, and I interviewed people that worked downwind and found others who were sickened…five firetrucks came out and one EMT, but no violations and no nusiance violation found…a man who works nearby also claimed the foul odors…he let me record him…here is the link to that video.

When the site by my house was active, I recorded my son in misery with his sinuses. Here is the unlisted link. Here is a picture of when my son & I were exposed to heavy dust on the way to school where a padsite was being developed.

A man in south Arlington claims about five neighbors died including his once healthy mother of sudden COPD-here is the link to his testamony to council. There was a mud spill event near there and XTO was responsible for that.

In central Arlington, I have this video of the map of where an aunt, niece and now their dog have cancer. They are downwind to two drill sites.  I videoed flowback emissions back in 2011 from those open hatch tanks at one of those padsites near California and Cooper St.

Near Lake Arlington and Martin High, I recorded someone telling me about that area being a susptected cancer cluster area. A different woman also contacted me because her sister lives near Martin Highschool and the family (including the dog) have severe illnesses…only one child is not afflicted. Students featured on WFAA cancer fund raisers disproportinately & coincidently live in that area. I am trying to give details to the State Health Department to see if they will do a study…strict criteria must be met first. Here is a TCEQ infrared video uncovering the Lake Arlington storage tank invisible emissions..I fear the unregulated (because of unknown) multiple, cummulative emissions from the nearby power plant and their compressor station is too much for the airshed. My son had friend whose young dad died from a sudden heart attack. They lived with a perfect view of both sites and was downwind in the winter.

The sand mitigating devices (when they use them) aren’t suitable for urban drilling either – OSHA was late to the game on that too. Here is an Arlington video on flying frac sand.

Hers a video testamony from two Arlington ladies on nose bleeds and brain injury claimed from Urban Drilling harm.

Here is a water contamination issue in Colleyville from a lady who organizes the Republican candidates…yeah

Here is a video on a padsite frac spill on UTA Campus where a pipe leading to Johnson Creek was of great concern.

Here is a statement on a spring fed aquifer smelling explosive in Kennedale when I interviewed a rancher about his sudden dead deer event.

Here is a storage tank venting in Pantego video. I also videoed fracking at that site because my son’s school was downwind. After they fracked five wells in a row there my son had asthma, the music teacher got triple myeloma and had to quit, and the special ed teacher (who was in her thirties) died suddenly from a brain aneurysm.

The Arlington Compressor Station is a big concern cause no one has tested the air during the controlled blowdowns…one TCEQ suma canister 30 minute grab snap shot test DID found 2.3 ppb Benzene on ACL# 1203037.  That is above the longterm 1.41ppb threshold. I videoed how close Cheer Texas is to the compressor station. so close as well as a huge neighborhood downwind where one lady on Spitfire Lane told me her & her grandbaby had been in the ER about 4 times in maybe two months. She said she could smell fumes sometimes in the babys bedroom and that she was now getting three nosebleeds a day when the baby averaged only about three nosebleed a year.

The Dalworthington Gardens compressor station has also been problematic as two TCEQ inspectors were sickened when they investigated complaints there one summer. In both cases no violations were found when the dump valve repeatedly kept getting stuck. A man that works on the fenceline there making longboards is under a doctors care for I believe he said “gastrointestinal issues”.

The UTA air monitoring station had two similar events that I found out about but I don’t “monitor the monitor” daily, and so there are probably more Benzene spikes I do not know about. In the winter when the winds are calm-the Benzene builds up. TCEQ reports summerize the averages and not hourly spike events.

Harm occurs when ther is bad weather. There was two emission events simultaneously on April 12 2011, one near 360 and Sublett (the Chesapeake Fulson site) and the other at the Pappy Elkins XTO site. After a storm, we lost electricity and the electrified compressors went down which backed up pressure to the well heads, but no violations were found though…I have the 911 tapes…one lady was sickened, but the city would not share that 911 recording.

I have some unreleased footage where a home in Pantego was enveloped in a frack fog…I was too terrified to stick around and film.

My husband had cancer last year and my teen has biomarkers for an adrenal tumor...years earlier, my teen was sickened for ten days when he played downwind from the UTA site when they had their onsite compressor station. It was during a snow white out event and the kids were not in school. The doctor said the dilated eyes, lethargy, headaches, dizzyiness, imbalance, stomach aches that came in waves were symptomatic of some type of exposure…my son relapsed weeks later when I took him to ride bikes by the Pantego well near where his friend lived ..I forbid him to get out of the car when I saw the derrick was up, but he jumped out and ran away to his friend…whats a mom to do when the kid is bigger than you? Within a couple of hours he was crying for me to pick him up. He was saying that his ear drum was about to burst.

Harm can come with property devaluation. I try to see the addresses of people who die young, kill themselves, kill others and am alarmed. Most live within a mile of Urban Drilling, but then again help me find people in Arlington NOT within a mile of a drill site.

—– Forwarded Message —–

From: PACWA <pacwainfo@gmail.com>

To: Kim Feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>; swilson@earthworksaction.org

Sent: Friday, September 5, 2014 5:43 PM

Subject: Fwd: Fracking Concerns

hello Sharon and Kim, surely you can help him out or know someone that can? Jenny

———- Forwarded message ———-

From: Stephen Brown

Date: Thu, Sep 4, 2014 at 4:19 PM

Subject: Fracking Concerns

To: “pacwainfo@gmail.com” <pacwainfo@gmail.com>

Hi

I’m a candidate for the Texas Railroad Commission, Steve Brown, and I’m interested in learning more from families who have been harmed by drilling in the Barnett Shale. Can someone give me a call. Thanks

Steve

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First Glance Sanger TX Water Quality Sux

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I noted that Denton’s 2013 report shows their Arsenic to be .9 ppb and their water is NOT from ground water wells

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Chris Faulkner – all money and no power – broken promises

BREITLING ENERGY fails again as The Guardian reported.. “The Advertising Standards Authority has ruled that a US energy company misled the public when it made unsubstantiated claims about the benefits of fracking and claimed a gas shortage put the UK close to catastrophe.”

Back in 2012 I contacted Breitling Oil & Gas CEO/Chairman, Chris Faulkner, who never followed up on a promise to help me talk to someone high up in Chesapeake Energy actually “DID” responded that he would ask Cheasapeake on my behalf if they would start using CLOSED, pressurized, ventless, flowback tanks in my neighborhood by the ATT Dallas Cowboy Stadium. He initially responded..

“I received your email. I have shared it with a close friend at CHK and she will be addressing this. Except a reply. 

I  will work hard for you.”

I bet the “close friend at Chesapeake” was Julie Wilson..pssft…

Six months later, he stopped responding.

Earlier in his career, Mr Faulkner was doing something non-fossil fool related, but has a history of

 “..broke promises about how often sites it hosted would be operational and

how often data would be backed up, among other things.”

Somehow broken promises has a great fit in the gas mafia as Mr Faulkner is now a known name in the industry with their endless KRLD ads….oooh what money can buy!

Later Breitling Oil & Gas changed their name. They never responded on FB as to why they did that. In this statement, which is as clear as mud, the original business plan was shifted to “Crude Energy LLC” …lovely name.

Around the time of the name change I complained on their Facebook about this one pose where his pretty, female clerks were seated while he stood in all of his glorious “manly authority” …Screen shot 2014-09-03 at 2.35.31 PM   in an

insanely plush office…Screen shot 2014-09-03 at 2.40.28 PM    all safe and secure away from …

Screen shot 2014-09-03 at 2.39.47 PM   harmless flowback “steam”…yeah right

(Not sure if this pic shows the frac pool to be holding fresh water or if thats flowback water-either way its permanently fracked water)

 


Back to My Broken Promise story….

Here are my emails from Chris for the record… I guess he really only just has money and….no power. He even said that he

“sat on the board with some folks from CHK”.

I really trusted he could help us…help my family to be protected from Chesapeake’s short cuts$$ in using old school open hatch flowback tanks when they should be using closed ones.

—– Forwarded Message —–
From: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>
To: Chris Faulkner <chris@breitlingoilandgas.com>
Sent: Saturday, August 17, 2013 3:35 PM
Subject: now my husband has cancer and my teen has a biomarker for an adrenal tumor
Kim


—– Forwarded Message —–

From: Chris Faulkner <chris@breitlingenergy.com>

To: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>

Sent: Tuesday, May 21, 2013 8:48 PM

Subject: Re: Chris U R in this video

Kim

i did forward your email on to Chesapeake and I got no response. I will keep trying.

Chris Faulkner


On Tue, May 21, 2013 at 3:51 PM, kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net> wrote:

U R in this video btw https://vimeo.com/66506520

Update…we have been living within a mile of about 100 wells and within 1/2 mile of the Cowboy Stadium Chesapeake drill site….my husband now has cancer and my teen may have a brain tumor-he had to be retested as his VMA level was double the norm.

Did you ever get in touch with Chesapeake to ask them on my behalf to flowback into closed, pressurized flowback tanks?

Kim Feil

—– Forwarded Message —–
From: Chris Faulkner <chris@breitlingoilandgas.com>
To: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>
Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2012 8:38 AM
Subject: Re: thank you

I will be in touch with what she says. I sit on the Board with some folks from CHK so we will get this figured out for you.

Chris Faulkner

 

On Thu, Nov 15, 2012 at 10:14 PM, kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net> wrote:

Priase GOD…thank soooooooooooooooo much.

From: Chris Faulkner <chris@breitlingoilandgas.com>
To: kimfeil@sbcglobal.net
Sent: Thu, November 15, 2012 8:11:26 AM
Subject:

Kim
I received your email. I have shared it with a close friend at CHK and she will be addressing this. Except a reply.

I  will work hard for you.

Chris Faulkner
CEO
Breitling Oil and Gas

—– Forwarded Message —–
From: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>
To: chris@breitlingoilandgas.com
Sent: Monday, November 12, 2012 1:38 PM
Subject: Chris my family fears the flowback near the Cowboy Stadium…here is how you can help…
Chris, public acceptance of drilling near families needs some work….please help…
—– Forwarded Message —-
From: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>
To: diane.patrick@house.state.tx.us
Sent: Mon, November 12, 2012 1:30:18 PM
Subject: Diane, my family fears the flowback near the Cowboy Stadium…here is how you can help…

Diane, please help me contact Chesapeake….
—– Forwarded Message —-
From: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>
To: brian.boerner@chk.com
Cc: rodney.beverly@chk.com; john.satterfield@chk.com
Sent: Thu, November 8, 2012 11:01:25 PM
Subject: my family fears the flowback near the Cowboy Stadium…here is how you can help…

Brian, please contact the company that will be doing the flowback and ask them to use the pressurized, ventless flowback tanks for the Cowboy Stadium/Truman drill site.
Using the old school (rural) open hatch flowback tanks is unacceptable for urban drilling. Even though Chesapeake plans to use Green Completions equipment after the pipeline is in, it is risky to our air quality from the time of the onset of flowback, until the gas is saleable that hydrocarbons are allowed to vent to the atmosphere in my neighborhood and near my family…this is urban drilling and Chesapeake needs to set better standards for the early flowback phase.
Please let me know if you have any questions…the TCEQ cannot help me.  I have a petition that might explain this a different way….

Chris if U R reading this…I’m still waiting and think you still can help…will you help by convincing the industry thats its the right thing to do to adopt urban flowback tanks in all areas that flowback occurs?

Here is a copy of the sample letter I sent that any reader here can also send…..
Dear KERA, KRLD AM 1080 and CBS/DFW
Subject: lesson from UK in Banning Breitling Energy from false advertisments

Please rethink and research ads from the fossil fuel industry…they are getting desperate in seeing their business models be phased out for renewables.

Here are two recent media events you need to be aware of…

http://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/2014/09/03/chris-faulkner-all-money-and-no-power-broken-promises/

http://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/2014/08/08/ng-storage-refill-shortfall-prompts-caution-yet-foreign-investments-surge/

I remain dedicated to the truth in what natural gas is leading us to…extinction…there is a reason I do this full time w/o pay…
I am a mother, a wife, a daughter, a musician (who no longer plays cause this takes all my time/energy)…lastly I (like you) am a citizen of this biosphere.

If the KRLD am 1080 and CBS/DFW mission statement includes protecting such citizens…then you will refuse and at least research the veracity of your energy customers advertising on your stations, thank you.

Kim Feil

http://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/

TEX LG. CODE ANN. A§ 253.005 : Texas Statutes – Section 253.005: LEASE OF OIL, GAS, OR MINERAL LAND
“(c) A well may not be drilled in the thickly settled part of the municipality..”

Texas Administrative Code, Title 30, Part 1, Chapter 101, Subchapter A,
Rule 101.4, Environmental Quality, Nuisance

No person shall discharge from any source whatsoever one or more
air contaminants or combinations thereof, in such concentration and
of such duration as are or may tend to be injurious to or to adversely
affect human health or welfare, animal life, vegetation, or property, or
as to interfere with the normal use and enjoyment of animal life, vegetation,
or property.

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