EOG wants to be sure you know that they did not make this policy change to stop digging sludge pits and burying them in Montague County simply because a bunch of Lutheran farmers and ranchers got fed up with their abuse. No, this policy change has nothing to do with that or the WFAA news report. The timing is pure coincidence.
Tonight, Calvin Tillman, Tim Ruggiero and I attended another meeting in Montague and it was a packed house. These pictures were taken before they added several more rows of chairs. When the meeting started, there were no empty chairs so some folks stood or sat on tables. I’m not good a estimating crowd numbers but I would say about 150 – 175. And there were high school students in attendance! That’s impressive!
Calvin Tillman warned them about SB 875 which will remove any chance you have for recourse against drilling pollution. CLICK HERE for an easy action that will send a message to the committee members letting them know you are against SB 875. Your state senator, Craig Estes, is the vice chair of that committee so he needs to hear from you.
I saw some photos tonight that were truly stunning. I hope I get to share them with you.
What’s the big deal about pits?
400 cases of water contamination in New Mexico were traced directly to pits.
The Pit Rule: What it is and why we need it, 1 of 3.
The Pit Rule: Good questions and honest answers, 2 of 3.
The Pit Rule: True economics, 3 of 3.