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فيلم: ۲۰۱۲-۱۰-۲۶ ۱۳٫۰۳ Planning for Shale Development_ Booms Part 6

Title:2012-10-26 13.03 Planning for Shale Development_ Booms Part 6 با مبدل ویدیوی رایگان از Freemake آپلود شده است قسمتي از متن فيلم: Where it holds regular meetings with energy industry reps and surrounding municipalities it invites the industry county town state and community agencies it allows questions to be asked it lets the industry […]

Title:2012-10-26 13.03 Planning for Shale Development_ Booms Part 6

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قسمتي از متن فيلم: Where it holds regular meetings with energy industry reps and surrounding municipalities it invites the industry county town state and community agencies it allows questions to be asked it lets the industry know where problems occur and it lets the industry know community needs and concerns and again most importantly it creates a clearinghouse

For information in New York however the task forces were developed after or excuse me in Wyoming the task forces were developed after natural gas development was underway so their purposes were more of a sounding board and a mediator for the local agencies and the industries to meet and discuss

Regularly so that both parties could benefit from the natural gas activity while mitigating the community concerns and slightly differently in New York because natural gas development with the modern technology hasn’t really occurred in New York the mold that these task forces are operating in our county based and they have similar missions where

They want to assist local governments and agencies with impacts and opportunities whenever feasible are appropriate but these communities lack the experience with the industry and the task forces have taken an additional pre-planning role to prepare communities who have never seen in your gas development in this intensity before so

They’ve created websites they started drafting ro juice agreements so that their local towns have some resources because these local townships do not have the staff or the departments or the funds to do a lot of this homework so the counties took it upon themselves to start assisting by creating some of

These draft proposals and they did proposed revisions to local planning documents land use regulations they contracted Road analysis studies they trained law enforcement firefighters and other other sub sectors and they also offered workshops panel discussions and informational sessions that the community could attend as well as the development of information and fact

Sheets that provide certain baseline facts such as water quality to assist the local communities to prepare for natural gas development but the key difference is that they were operating in the planning mode and while the task forces are active mediators between the industry and the community agencies the

Task forces in the southern tier will eventually have to become more active and implementing some of these and change roles a little bit from planning to mediator between the industry but these are very effective and there’s a lot of other tools you can use but it is

Very important in this is kind of central to the communication and I think a lot of tools like the telephone hotline kind of spin off of this but you do need to have members of a community in the industry meeting and these task forces allow that to happen and all of

The counties in the southern tier like I said they have websites that you can visit and get more information as well as the educational institutions in the region being Cornell University in penn state thank you thank you very much in have probably a little over ten minutes

To go we’re going to try to make the most of it we have many questions that have been submitted thank you so much and please continue to send them in i’m going to start early few could talk about generally you know what you might recommend to the planner and also i’m

Going to try to combine a couple questions here if we have received so many if you could also talk about the political factors driving community dynamics that was an interesting question that was raised and it does catch on the community industry relationship that has been talked about

In this left this last yeah i mean from my perspective the role of the planner is absolutely central to having a job well done for the community I’ve witnessed that I’ve seen it and well and not so well at the very front end of the process you know

The challenge for anyone is to confirm or determine the political will of that community in many of the communities I won’t say all but many of the communities in emerging natural natural gas markets what you have is is a fairly unsophisticated residents population they may not be aware of the full range

Of impacts and issues that have been discussed in today’s webinar they may be only thinking of it as fracking or a pipeline they may not be aware of the compressors they may not be aware of the flares they may not be aware of deodorant they may not be aware of the

Processing station or plants they may not be aware of the cleaning activities and so there’s I think a significant educational component that frankly does need to take place in order to even get to that point where you can determine political will separate from that and there are clearly lots of pressure

Points in any we’re in the election season right now and there are lots of pressure points that come up as a result of citizen groups NGOs concerned residents and the force that they are and they should be in their local communities so determining that political will is absolutely critical

And important in front and part of the process I think I outlined before those things that are frankly part lawyer part planner and looking back through what the community is empowered to do how they can do it how they can avoid being preempted and how they can frankly

Survive they decide to draft a new ordinance or defend an existing ordinance how they can do that and what they have to be concerned with and I I I put those things in my materials before the challenge is that we most commonly see two local ordinances and regulations

And and lastly I would say that it really is i think terribly important for a community when faced with a lot of complexity even by well-meaning and well you know sort of well-behaved applicants it’s very challenging to deal with the volume of information to pace it which has to be adjusted because the

Activities in the industry is different from many that a community may have faced before particularly in the emerging markets and i will add one last thing and that is the community needs to understand that if one piece of the project is being proposed that others will follow or others will at least

Likely follow and how will those be addressed and you know basically how that landscape will change through time thanks thanks RL I think that was really helpful to show how complicated issue it is and some good recommendations next Megan I’m moving right along there are two questions I think follow up to some

Topics you brought up one what types of zoning or other preparations have you seen in small communities with regard to the increased need for housing and services to come along with shale development and also when you were talking about the large versus small workforces in the various stages of

Development and the long versus short time period could you quantify that for the audience please um I don’t know if there’s a easy direct answer the the communities in Wyoming there was county zoning however the majority of county zoning was a gland and in the communities in the southern tier region

Or I was working many of the communities will whirl and didn’t have zone and on top of trying to prepare for natural gas development we’re also trying to educate communities and really what zoning is and the power and protection it creates for communities and the lack of it makes them very vulnerable for

Some of the more densely populated areas zoning becomes important just to make sure that the new construction and development and housing that generally follows the industry if a population stays in the area is developing the way the community wants to develop and that’s why it’s important to have the

Comp plan outline where you want your growth to go but I think it’s also important to I talked to different community members and different folks interested it’s important to look at for instance man camp if you where you want that in your community and the type of activity associated with the traffic

Patterns etc and if you can use some of like I said always plan for the bus and if you can use this opportunity to enhance the community plan that you already have in motion if you have the west side of town where you want to have single-family residential development to

Occur and there’s no infrastructure there suggest the gas company put the man camp in that location that they bring out the infrastructure and that they step out the lines to accommodate single-family residential that they class the community and then they can put the trailer houses in the man camp

There that would be there temporarily but when the industry leaves the community has what they wanted and they didn’t have to pay for it and I don’t know if that really directly answers the question but just make sure that your zoning follows your comprehensive plan and that you look at the uses associated

With the gas industry and make sure that they follow suit with how you want your zoning rigs in your community to grow thanks Megan I’m going to keep moving right along here try to answer as many questions as we can we have a few questions about solid waste now Fred I’m

Wondering if you could speak to this issue how big of a problem is dealing with a solid waste and how do you go about addressing that and I’m going to combine you another question into this because I think this might be a quick answer overall for the footprint and magnitude of impact crater

For hydraulic fracturing well than for so-called standard oil and gas wells if the question was written thanks Fred okay first off thanks for the questions we don’t really have an issue at least in my experience here with solid waste and I’m not exactly sure what the questioner Blee intended to be solid

Waste if you’re on a well pad that well pad will hat will carry a variety of cuttings and those tend to be reworked into the pad in some cases or they’re taken off in our in our area to certify disposal sites by the states whether it’s Utah Colorado but not not

Specifically the more waste issue we deal with this water and where do you put water water is a byproduct of drilling and it typically that water recycled often if the pace of drilling continues and the industry is very creative and trying to either recycle that or continuous owns operations

Regarding the footprint with hydraulic fracturing versus standard every I believe every single well in the state of Colorado has been hydraulically for active and so we don’t have the you know hydraulic fracturing or i should say fracturing or well stimulation has been around for a very long time this is not

New technology certainly since prior to the in the 50s and 60s so the footprint of well sites because of directional drilling has grown them a little bit but because you’re able to reach out and tap different underground resources from one place rather than having a much higher

Individual well pad for every well so that’s been a very welcome change on the landscape and reducing those impacts whether it’s roads dust noise and long-term changes to the landscape Thanks thank you very much and we’re just about out of time I know there are many more questions submitted so we had didn’t

Time to answer all of them but please see our contacting for me you shouldn’t please feel free to contact any of us we’d be happy to speak with you further and try to answer your questions I also like to thank the panelists for joining us today for providing your perspectives

And your experiences near recommendations we appreciate it we’ve also put together several slides of online resources for further reading hopefully you can find this material helpful to you and interesting we’ve also noted a book coming soon next year that Erica living powers is co-editing so this will go into more detail on some

Of the issues that we raise today so please keep your eye out for that and lastly we included our BIOS for the final slides so you can learn more about thank you again we hope you enjoyed this webinar you you you you

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Date: 2012-10-27 01:13:04
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