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Noble Energy to improve air emission controls in DJ Basin operations


Published Apr 23, 2015
Noble Energy, Inc.

Noble Energy, Inc. has signed an agreement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and the State of Colorado to improve emission control systems on a number of oil storage tanks located within the Denver-Julesberg Basin (DJ Basin) that may no longer comply with air regulations.

Based on the EPA and Colorado's initial review of a relatively small number of older tank batteries, Noble Energy elected to expand the consent decree to identify additional opportunities to reduce emissions within the DJ Basin.

'By working together with the federal government and the State of Colorado to reduce emissions we are doing the right thing,' said Gary Willingham, Noble Energy Executive Vice President of Operations. 'We're implementing a serious action plan through which we will evaluate tank batteries throughout our DJ Basin operations, remove the tank batteries that should be removed, improve others and implement enhanced environmental strategies.'

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