I can hardlly wait to see the White House Wind Farm, powered by Soros and Steyer, SOS, LLC.
On the Lawrence 1-24 (17745) well, the horse head has been removed, and flow lines capped with pressure gauges. I'm assuming its because they are soon going to be fracking the 6-well pad (Lawrence 6-11) to the SW as opposed to shutting the well in permanently.
And when fracking occurs will they also temporarily shut the Lawrence 2-5 in that on the same 1280?
What is the time span on fracking 6 wells on the same pad?I'll let others weigh in with more expert advice but my non-expert thoughts and comments:
Heated battles over who pays for last year's permanent closure of the San Onofre nuclear power plant — and how much — are just getting started. Even some consumer groups are already at odds with each other.
Experts peg the immediate cost at $4.7 billion to pay for utility investments, replacement power and ongoing maintenance relating to the early shutdown of two reactors at the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station.
A proposed settlement would initially apportion the costs so that $3.3 billion would be covered by ratepayers and $1.4 billion by utility shareholders.So, double, triple whatever costs you think this will be -- lawyers see very deep pockets at play here.