A Supplemental Report Regarding the Environmental Contamination From TexPet’s E&P Activities
November 7, 2014
The principal purpose of our 2013 and 2014 site investigations has been to assess the continued presence of crude oil E&P‐related contamination in areas where TexPet previously operated in the Oriente. The location of the sites investigated is shown on Figure 3.2‐1. The following is a summary of sites studied during the 2013 and 2014 investigation: Figure 3.2-1: Locations of Sites LBG investigated in 2014
During our 2014 site investigations we observed that: 1) contamination has migrated and continues to migrate away from pits in soils and other media, which further supports our opinion regarding the presence of widespread contamination, 2) stream sediments and surface water are impacted by petroleum‐related contaminants, and 3) groundwater is contaminated by petroleum‐related contaminants.