Spills, Fines and Violations

We follow standard operating procedures for the assessment and remediation of sites after the discovery of leaks or spills (including historic leaks or spills). Drafted in 2015, using U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and American National Standards Institute guidance, the procedures give employees a set of parameters to ensure that remediation activities are conducted in a manner acceptable to state and federal agencies.

 

SPILLS
  2015 Onshore 2015 Global 2016 Onshore 2016 Global 2017 Onshore 2017 Global
Total Number 91 94 93 95 83 85
Hydrocarbons (in barrels) 403.6 403.7 135.4 135.8 783 784
Water (in barrels) 293.3 239.3 172.6 172.6 1,845 1,845
Other (in barrels)* 0 0.07 0 0 30 30

 

FINES
  2015 2016 2017

Marcellus Shale (non-air related)

$10,150 $35,500 $0
Marcellus Shale (air-related) $57,400 $67,500 $0
DJ Basin (non-air related) $0 $0

$0

DJ Basin (air related) $4,950,000 $371,236 $193,900
Texas (non-air related)        -       - $0
Texas (air related)        -           -       $0    
Gulf of Mexico (non-air related) $250 $0 $0
Gulf of Mexico (air related) $0 $0

$0

Total $5,017,800 $474,236 $193,900