Point Three pad

Horizontal drilling is complete. Hydraulic fracturing will start in late-April and go will go until mid-June. We will take a brief break and will finalize well completions between mid-July and early August. 

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Schrute Farms

Horizontal drilling has started and is expected to finish up in late May. Completions activities will start in August. 

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DB Farms

We have completed pad construction and surface casing. We will begin horizontal drilling in late May and expect to finish in early August.

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We will start pad construction in August 2022.

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Paul and Charlene Nelson

Pad construction for the Charlene Nelson pad will run from early May until mid-June with a surface casing state date of mid-June. 

Pad construction for the Paul Nelson pad will run from early May until mid-July with a surface casing state date near the end of July. 

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Locations in Planning and Permitting

Swartz, Berry Farms, and Camenisch

We are working through the permitting process with Weld County and the State. We will provide updates as they become available.

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Wardell, Moser, and REI

We are working through the initial Weld County permitting process and will post updates as the situations change.

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Locations Previously Developed

Nelson Pad

This location is in the production phase.

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Quarter Circle pad

This location is in the production phase.

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Project Updates

Below you will find the latest updates for projects in development and permitting. You can find more information about the different phases of development under Oil and Gas 101.  If you have additional questions, please reach out to us on the Oxy Response Line. Operational timeframes are impacted by various factors and are subject to change; we will keep you updated via this web page

Locations under Development

State 30-16 Well

During routine inspections associated with our plugging and abandonment process, methane was detected in an isolated, below-ground area near a retired well approximately 5 feet below the surface. No methane was detected at the surface. We notified the appropriate local and state entities and let them know that, in conjunction with our third-party consultants, we continue to believe there are no risks to the health, safety, or welfare of the community, our employees, or wildlife.


We are implementing several additional safety measures:

  • Installed continuous air monitoring on-site.

  • Placing a fence around the location.

  • Adding more subsurface sampling points for further testing.


Additional testing is ongoing to verify the preliminary results before submitting a remediation plan to the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC). We will continue to work with the COGCC on this matter.

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