WestWater completed biological surveys and prepared reports in support of Fram’s proposed Master Development Plan which included more than 10 well pads and their adjoining access roads and pipelines.
Westwater also completed biological surveys for a proposed 2D seismic project that consisted of approximately 92 miles of seismic routes. The surveys were conducted on both privately owned lands as well as lands administered by the BLM Grand Junction Field Office.
The project is located at the base of the Grand Mesa between Whitewater and Palisade, CO. Species of concern included Colorado hookless cactus, white tailed prairie dogs, Burrowing Owl, and several other sensitive wildlife and migratory bird species.