Location

USU Eccles Conference Center

Event Website

http://www.restoringthewest.org/

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Abstract

The presentation will discuss the recently approved Greater Natural Buttes Environmental Impact Statement and the path of stakeholder involvement that brought the NEPA process to a successful conclusion. Brooke will briefly touch on the keys to project success and the “effective” management practices that allow Anadarko to minimize the development footprint and coexist with wildlife, threatened plants, recreationalists, and the community.

Brooke Bell, Regulatory Affairs Manager, Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, P.O. BOx 173779, Denver, CO, 80217-3779, brooke.bell@anadarko.com

Brooke Bell is a Project Manager for Anadarko Petroleum Corporation with over 25 years of experience in the oil and gas industry as a Petroleum Engineer and Regulatory Manager. She currently manages a diverse team of wildlife and project management experts focused on regulatory long-range planning and exploration support for Anadarko’s federal acreage holdings in the Rocky Mountain Region. With Brooke’s dedication and leadership, Anadarko recently received approval of the Greater Natural Buttes EIS, supporting the development of 3700 natural gas wells in the Uinta Basin. Brooke has also work in the public sector as a Budget and Finance supervisor for the City of Aurora in Colorado, during which time she lead a $70 million bond financing effort to build the City of Aurora Municipal Center. Brooke has a B.S. in Petroleum Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines. Anadarko Petroleum Corporation is among the world’s largest independent oil and natural-gas exploration and production companies, employing over 4,900 men and women dedicated to safely finding and producing essential energy resources.

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Oct 31st, 1:30 PM Oct 30th, 2:00 PM

Greater Natural Buttes: One Model for Stakeholder Cooperation

USU Eccles Conference Center

The presentation will discuss the recently approved Greater Natural Buttes Environmental Impact Statement and the path of stakeholder involvement that brought the NEPA process to a successful conclusion. Brooke will briefly touch on the keys to project success and the “effective” management practices that allow Anadarko to minimize the development footprint and coexist with wildlife, threatened plants, recreationalists, and the community.

Brooke Bell, Regulatory Affairs Manager, Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, P.O. BOx 173779, Denver, CO, 80217-3779, brooke.bell@anadarko.com

Brooke Bell is a Project Manager for Anadarko Petroleum Corporation with over 25 years of experience in the oil and gas industry as a Petroleum Engineer and Regulatory Manager. She currently manages a diverse team of wildlife and project management experts focused on regulatory long-range planning and exploration support for Anadarko’s federal acreage holdings in the Rocky Mountain Region. With Brooke’s dedication and leadership, Anadarko recently received approval of the Greater Natural Buttes EIS, supporting the development of 3700 natural gas wells in the Uinta Basin. Brooke has also work in the public sector as a Budget and Finance supervisor for the City of Aurora in Colorado, during which time she lead a $70 million bond financing effort to build the City of Aurora Municipal Center. Brooke has a B.S. in Petroleum Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines. Anadarko Petroleum Corporation is among the world’s largest independent oil and natural-gas exploration and production companies, employing over 4,900 men and women dedicated to safely finding and producing essential energy resources.

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