Fracking continues in Baldwin Hills

My neighbor in Leimert Park posted the following letter and community information on LeimertParkBeat.com,

which has meeting info for Culver City as well.

"PXP...

Stop polluting our air and water!!!

We want to preserve this community for our children!

We are going to shut you down.

Sincerely,

Heather Presha

Mommy, Wife, Block Club Captain and Community Advocate

(All those who stand with me, let me hear you say "Shut 'Em Down!!!")

Citizens Coalition for a Safe Community
wtf?

VideoLinks
ProPublica Series


Hydraulic Fracturing Process Videos

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The Courts are recognizing a community's right to protect the public's health and safety.
Let's hope these decisions survive any and all legal challenges.
FRACKING MEETING
Directions/Map   
Informational Hydraulic Fracturing
Meeting
Learn about the process, the practice, the risks and hazards. Potential contamination to surface and groundwater, seismicity, ground movement, air pollution and toxins.
Dr. Tom Williams an international oil field specialist and Sierra Club Angeles Chapter Califrack Director will field your questions and concerns.
Park Hills Community Church
Saturday June 2, 2012 
1:30-3:30 PM
5247 Overdale Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90043   


Prepare for the
DOGGR Hydraulic Fracturing Workshop
Culver City Hall
Wednesday June 12, 2012
7:00 to 9:00 PM

Mike Balkman Council Chambers
9770 Culver Boulevard
Culver City, CA 90232
Directions/Map

Visit our remodeled website:
http://www.ccfasc.org 
     

PXP Hydraulic Fracturing in the Inglewood Oil Field  

PXP has been fracking the Vickers, Moynier and Sentous formations since the early 2000's and is now undertaking a program of hydraulic fracturing of the formation known as the Nodular Shale whose depth is at approximately 8400 feet, the thickness variable between 150-300 feet.

Currently. four wells have been approved for the 2012 drilling program. The drilling technique used will be directional meaning that at a certain depth the drilling becomes horizontal. The horizontal run will be from 1000' to 3200' in length with multiple fracturing stages.

Hydraulic Fracturing is used specifically to inject pressures beyond the formations fracture pressure to increase the permeability of the strata by allowing trapped petroleum and gas to flow more easily to the producing well.

The upcoming meeting will be your opportunity have your questions answered by Dr. Tom Williams a noted oil and gas field specialist.

Please use the links along the left edge to educate yourself on this topic for the upcoming meeting. Please forward this email to any neighbors who may share your interest in the issue of the expansion of the Inglewood Oil Field.
Thank you.

Citizens Coalition for a Safe Community 

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