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Fiery blasts in the Brazos Valley are linked to Chesapeake Energy

Published: Feb. 6, 2022
BURLESON COUNTY, Texas (KBTX) - There have been four major incidents in Burleson and Brazos Counties involving Chesapeake oil well sites since January 2020.

  1. ) A battery tank explosion Friday (Feb. 4, 2022) night shook homes across the area. The explosion sent debris into the middle of Park Road 57, and a Ford F-150 hit the debris and was sent flying into the air. The driver, a 68-year-old woman, was flown to a local hospital for treatment.
  1. ) Approximately 15 hours later, firefighters were responding to two oil tanks that caught fire Saturday (Feb. 5, 2022) morning at another Chesapeake Energy site on County Road 340 north of Cooks Point.
  1. ) In February 2020, two tanks owned by Chesapeake were damaged following an explosion on Sandy Point Road in Brazos County. The bo-m could be heard by people up to 10 miles away and those living near the site reported damage to their windows.
  1. ) In January 2020, three workers were ki---d following an oil well blowout on County Road 127 in Burleson County near Deanville.
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Post ID: @OP+1ffUKfva

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Wondering if our ops manager going to cook his famous food for us again to celebrate making it a month with no reports of anyone seriously hurt or no news reports of stuff blowing up. Guess we will get to hear all about how he saved App and STX all by his self and trained the bald headed guy. Hoping the start letting us wear shirts without the Chesapeaake logo since we can’t get out of news so we can go in restaurants without to wear a coat.

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Post ID: @8gce+1ffUKfva

Not surprised by this since way fields are forced to hide incidents so numbers look good for bonus. These latest are just another chapter in the local management book but is protected. Wondering how Nic going to feel when osha shows up on campus to talk to him since he continues to support the BV cartel (leftovers from SA!!!) and knowing ST covering stuff too.

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Post ID: @4vrx+1ffUKfva

Undetermined my A—, it did not have anything to do with the k—l weight of fluid. They wanted to save money on the job. Let me set it straight. Changing out a B section was the job, they was not installing a plug on top the the 11 pound Brian than 100 pounds of sand on top of the plug. Lying a— . Tim B and Tim G. OSHA is going to find this out. They knew how to keep people quit. Why do you think PS, after 8 years with the company as the best f—king safety man that they ever had was released, BECAUSE HE KNEW WHAT HAPPEN. Know I think every one including OSHA is going to find out. I am tired I seeing this bull s—t.

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Post ID: @3dsz+1ffUKfva

Fact: These incidents occurred under the same operations management. Tim Beard was the senior manager who led the investigation which found the cause to be "undetermined". Tim Beard was the VP of Operations Technical Support responsible for management of operations policies. Sounds a bit like the fox guarding the hen house.

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Post ID: @2bmx+1ffUKfva

Chk was 100% at fault for those deaths in BV. They didn’t ki-l the well because their ki-l fluid was calculated right. Then they allowed their contractors to bring in non intrinsic safe tools into the work area. They provided day to to day instructions to the company man but argue that he was a contractor. Then brought in three suck ups to cover up the incident and point fingers somewhere else. Those three mens bloods will forever be on CHKs hands.

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Post ID: @2ehh+1ffUKfva

If they had more experienced safety there this would not happen.

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Post ID: @1nvb+1ffUKfva

OSHA is in the way, They need to shut CHK down in BV

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Post ID: @1ihg+1ffUKfva

CHK inability to ki-l a well prior to workover determined the ki----g of those three poor souls.
And the responsible VP is still around, smiling with his fatty oily bald head

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