Connecting Colorado’s Economy: Energy

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Ports-to-Plains Alliance
Colorado Regional Meeting
July 12, 2012
May Farms, Byers, CO
Connecting Colorado’s Economy
Energy
Michael Reeves, President, Ports-to-Plains Alliance

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  • 1. CDOT StudyEnergy Sources Addressedin Research Study:Non-Renewable Energy-Crude oil-Natural gas-Coal bed methane-Oil shale-Uranium-CoalRenewable Energy-Wind- Solar-Biofuels www.coloradodot.info/programs/statewide- planning/08205FINALEnergyDevelopmentandtheTransportationSystem031910.pdf
  • 2. Energy Impact on TransportationAnd the Ports-to-Plains Corridor Michael Reeves President
  • 3. Oil and Gas Trip Generation (Average Trips Per Well)Phase Crude Oil Natural Gas Coal Bed MethaneDevelopment 1,2 1,710 1,721 684Production (annual) 974 111 782Reclamation 2 250 73 1461 Development Phase includes all activities prior to production (site preparation, drilling and completion)2 Development and reclamation trips represent a single occurrencewww.coloradodot.info/programs/statewide-planning/08205FINALEnergyDevelopmentandtheTransportationSystem031910.pdf
  • 4. Rig Related Movements per WellItem Number of Trucks Inbound/OutboundSand 80 InboundWater (fresh) 400 InboundWater (Waste) 200 OutboundFrac Tanks 100 BothRig Equipment 50 BothDrilling Mud 50 InboundChemical 4 InboundCement 15 InboundPipe 10 InboundScoria/Gravel 80 InboundFuel Trucks 7 InboundFrac/cement pumper trucks 15 InboundWorkover Rigs 1 InboundTotal – One Direction 1,012Total Trucks 2,024
  • 5. Wind Power Trip Generation RatesPhase Trips per Turbine Trips per MW 1Construction 126 79Operations (annual) 8 5 1 Trips per MW calculated based on annual average of 1.6 MW www.coloradodot.info/programs/statewide- planning/08205FINALEnergyDevelopmentandtheTransportationSystem031910.pdf
  • 6. • Approximately 8 trucks per tower for major parts (not including concrete, rebar, crane, etc.)• One 4000 MW wind farm planned in Texas would require 2,667 towers• Will require approximately 21,336 trucks for tower parts alone• Another 42,672 pilot cars
  • 7. New Relief Route Eases Mobility
  • 8. Biofuel Trip Generation Rates Trips per million gallons producedInput Related 793Output Related 442Total 1,235 www.coloradodot.info/programs/statewide- planning/08205FINALEnergyDevelopmentandtheTransportationSystem031910.pdf
  • 9. TRANSPORTINGFARM EQUIPMENT
  • 10. Estimated Annual Trip GenerationEnergy Source 2007 2008 AverageOil and Gas 1 15,900,000 17,900 16,900,000Uranium 26,000 26,000 26,000Wind 63,000 5,400 34,200Solar 200 2,700 1,450Biofuels 167,000 167,000 167,000Total 16,156,200 18,101,100 17,128,6501 Includes crude oil, natural gas and coal bed methane www.coloradodot.info/programs/statewide- planning/08205FINALEnergyDevelopmentandtheTransportationSystem031910.pdf