We’re your neighbors – we live and work here with you. When it comes to responsibly producing the oil and natural gas Coloradans need, our Noble Neighbor Program helps ensure we are doing everything we can to protect, respect and work together with the communities we call home.

Air Monitoring Study


We conducted an air study to monitor emissions during drilling, fracking and production. We used a combination of new, emerging and established technologies that included drones and high-tech emissions sensors to collect data. We are using our findings to further improve our operations and ensure we are protecting public health and the environment.

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Deploying New Technology to Protect Air Quality


New technology helps reduce emissions of air pollutants and greenhouse gases by more than 90% – helping fight climate change. The result is some of the cleanest oil and natural gas production on the planet. This kind of investment in technology is important in Weld County to keep our air clean, to reduce ozone formation, and to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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Providing Local Jobs and Strengthening the Economy


The women of Noble Energy play a vital role in safely delivering the energy Coloradans need – as engineers helping drive change and community leaders bettering lives in Weld County.

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Mustang Comprehensive Drilling Plan (CDP)


The first comprehensive drilling plan approved by the State of Colorado, our Mustang CDP represents a new era of technology and innovation that protects health and safety. Specifically, it is a blueprint for planned energy development on Weld County farmland, utilizing smart infrastructure that significantly reduces greenhouse gas emissions, our footprint and truck traffic. Committed to our Colorado communities, we continue to find better ways to produce the energy our state needs.

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Modern Flowback Technology


We utilize modern flowback technology where possible in the last stage of hydraulic fracturing (fracking). Some of the many benefits include eliminating emissions, creating less dust and significantly reducing surface impact and truck traffic. That’s because this innovative technology directs flowback a production separator to pipelines, removing the need for tanks, trucks and equipment. Plus, through technological and operational improvements, it eliminates most equipment needed in the past.

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Plug and Removal Program


With our Plug and Removal Program, we are removing old facilities from subdivisions and rural areas and restoring these locations to their original condition. By the time our operations and reclamation teams finish work, you would never know an oil and natural gas well had been there in the first place. In many cases, after we reclaim the land, the site can be repurposed for other uses such as playgrounds, dog parks or farmland.

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Community Investment


Giving back to our Colorado communities is a large part of what we do at Noble Energy. We build long-term partnerships with local charities and invest time and resources in causes that align with our purpose of bettering people’s lives. Our main areas of focus are health and wellness, environmental stewardship, and education and workforce development.

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Operations and Safety Training Center


Safety is our responsibility. We train our team and local first responders in a controlled environment called the Noble Operations and Safety Training Center (NOSTC). Modeled after the training procedures and protocols of the U.S. Air Force, the NOSTC uses equipment that simulates our field operations. This allows us to perform drills and other training exercises that provide invaluable skills and experience – all from our Greeley office.

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Noble Operations Control Center


We created a nerve center for our operations across northern Colorado, where automated oil and natural gas facilities are monitored and controlled remotely in real time, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We call it the Noble Operations Control Center (NOCC). Our production facilities in the field communicate with the NOCC using solar-powered telemetry.

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Leak Detection and Repair (LDAR)


We have a team of trained technicians that monitor and inspect our production facilities and well sites with infrared cameras equipped with advanced thermal imaging technology to detect emissions leaks that cannot be seen with the naked eye. If emission leaks are detected, our skilled technicians are equipped to repair most of them on the spot.

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