Oil & Gas Operations

Posted on: November 17, 2017

Courtesy Notice from Crestone Peak Resources

Crestone Peak Resources has notified the Town of Erie they will be on several locations in Erie over the next few weeks conducting maintenance as well as plugging and abandoning oil and gas wells that have been impacted by encroachment or are no longer economical to operate.

Upcoming locations that will have activity include:

William Peltier 1A-20H – Well Maintenance
Starting November 18, Crestone will be re-entering the William Peltier 1A-20H location that is just south of Erie Parkway and west of County Road 5, to conduct maintenance on the single well on this location.

This activity will include the use of a service rig, temporary tanks, worker pickup trucks and other heavy equipment. Emission controls will be in place during all operations at this site. All access is limited to the designated access road. It should take about five days to complete this activity. No work will occur on location over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.

Barb LTD K Unit #1 – Plug and Abandon
Crestone will be re-entering the Barb LTD K Unit #1 location in the next week, to plug and abandon one of the wells on this site. There is another well producing to this location so some surface equipment will remain on site. This location is west of Parkdale Circle and east of Commander Circle.

This activity will include the use of a service rig, temporary tanks, worker pickup trucks and other heavy equipment. Emission controls will be in place during all operations at this site. This work should take about five days to complete. All work will be done during the day and all access is restricted to the designated access road. No activity will occur on location over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.

Coal Creek 31-19, 32-19 and C1 Wells – Plug and Abandon
Starting in early December, Crestone will begin plugging and abandoning three of the wells at the Coal Creek location that is just south of Erie Parkway.

This activity will include the use of a service rig, temporary tanks, worker pickup trucks and other heavy equipment. Emission controls will be in place during all phases of activity at this site. This work should be complete by the end of December. All work will be done during the day and all access is restricted to the designated access road. Two producing wells will remain on this location and continue to produce to the current facilities on site.




Each of these locations are identified on Crestone’s activity map. If you have any questions regarding any of this activity, please contact Crestone via email at CommunityRelations@CrestonePR.com or phone at 720-410-8537. You can also visit the Crestone Peak Resources page on the Town of Erie’s Website.

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