Answer from Occidental:
In 2021 we paid approximately $169,000,000 to Weld County in Ad Valorem taxes for our 2020 operations; approximately $24,000,000 of which was designated for Fire Agencies. We are founding members and on the board of the Colorado Preparedness Response Network (CPRN). This is a non-profit, member-owned, oil and gas industry-driven initiative that promotes best management practices and shared resources, with an emphasis on responding to oil and gas emergencies. CPRN develops and fosters relationships between industry and public emergency response organizations to build preparedness, response, recovery, and mitigation solutions.