Minimize Operational Footprint
NueVida is committed to minimizing its operational footprint wherever possible to preserve and protect the lands upon which we operate, as well as ensuring compliance with all La Plata County and Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC) rules and regulations. NueVida will continually identify and implement, where applicable, new, or emerging technologies to address any environmental, health or safety matters.
- Reduce surface area disturbance through utilization of existing infrastructure such as gas gathering corridors, processing facilities, roads and, where applicable, existing well pads.
- Reduce surface disturbance and protect soils from erosion using Best Management Practices for interim and final reclamation programs.
- Environmental, health and safety issues are our priority and integrated in our planning and operational processes and coordinated with the COGCC, LaPlata County Office of Emergency Management and Pinos Fire District. These processes include our Emergency Response Plan, Operational Safety Management Program and Fluid Leak Detection Program.