University Lands FY20 Annual Report


All spills, leaks or releases of crude oil, condensate, or produced water are reported to UL and to regulatory agencies. Our staff geologists provide remedial guidance and field oversight ensuring remediation is completed in a thorough and timely manner. UL staff geologists issue remedial standards exceeding or equivalent to regulatory requirements and provide final determination of completed remediation.

UL range management specialists reclaim abandoned caliche (borrow) pits by grading pit walls to an erosion-resistant gentle slope, reseeding, and returning to pastureland.

UL issues restoration demand letters for surface leases that have expired or terminated and monitors clean up activity to ensure the lease premises are reclaimed and returned to pastureland.

Pipeline Leak Discovery – Ward County

Pipeline Leak – Investigation/Delineation

Pipeline Leak – Removal of Contaminated Soil

Pipeline Leak – Site Restoration with Clean Soil


Environmental Stewardship

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