Exciting announcements including news and upcoming events!
CLOSING UP THE DIA PROJECT
Delsco's Leadership Conference
Delsco's Leadership Conference
Delsco's Leadership Conference
Delsco WINS the DIA Project!
Denver City Council next Monday will consider a contract to plug and close 64 oil wells on the Denver International Airport property.
Why it matters: Decommissioning the wells helps better position the airport to achieve its sustainability goals.
- Reducing the airport’s carbon footprint is part of the travel hub’s Vision 100 plan, which seeks to have 100 million annual travelers while being the greenest airport in the country.
Of note: The wells haven’t produced any oil or gas since May 2018, but still cost the city money to maintain.
By the numbers: The airport estimates it costs $750,000 each year to sustain the inactive wells and keep them in compliance with state regulators.
- By decommissioning the wells, DIA is saving $2 million it would have needed to spend in 2025 and 2026 to conduct a state-mandated integrity test.
- Between 2011 and 2018, the airport made $17.3 million in revenue from the oil and gas wells, according to DIA spokesperson Stephanie Figueroa.
Details: If Denver City Council approves the $9.2 million contract with Utah-based oil service provider Delsco Northwest, work will begin this July and end by July 2023. That money would pay to plug and close the wells, and remove other equipment at the airport.
- The cost of the well maintenance does not use public tax dollars and instead comes from DIA’s own budget, according to Figueroa.
Context: The wells were inherited by the airport when the land was annexed by Denver from Adams County in 1988 to build DIA.
- The airport has 38 tank batteries and 131,000 linear feet of underground oil flowlines, which will be demolished and removed as part of the deal.
New Delsco Cement Division
Con Amore Rodeo is BACK!
Please Welcome Lovel Young to the Delsco team!
Welcome the Newest Addition to our Delsco Fleet
Promotion of Steve White to COO
FREE Truck Raffle!
Congratulations to Jody Sharp who was our big winner at the Delsco Christmas Party where we raffled off a TRUCK!
Delsco packages 25,000 meals for local community at Christmas Party
25,200 meals were packaged by our Delsco Family at our annual Christmas Party! We could not be more proud of how our team came out to support the Service Project with U.S. Hunger! Those meals will help support our local community! This was the best way to cap off a wonderful year with our team! Thank you!
The Delsco Christmas Party was the best yet! Not only did we have live music, amazing food, grest prizes, wondeful awards, but we raffled off a TRUCK!
Delsco is pleased to announce it has signed an agreement with Halliburton
Delsco is pleased to announce it has signed an agreement with Halliburton to deliver full service solutions for the safe plugging and abandonment of oil and gas wells in the U.S.
“This agreement brings increased focus to Delsco’s pursuit of the rapidly growing P&A market,” said Chad Richard, CEO of Delsco Northwest. “We are excited for the opportunity to collaborate with Halliburton. Their business model, technology, and processes are uniquely positioned to deliver safe, efficient P&A solutions that will have a positive impact on the environment.”
“Our work with Delsco provides us with an opportunity to contribute and deliver technologies for a total P&A solution. We’re excited to play a role in this growing market and to support the job growth that it will create in this space” added Rob Hull, Halliburton’s Senior Regional Manager of P&A and Sustainability.
October 21, 2021
Delsco Acquires Competitor
Delsco continues to grow. We would like to announce that we have acquired a competitor and have grown our fleet.
Delsco Recognizes Team for Hard Work
We had one of the best Supervisor Meetings in over a year. We were able to recognize several members of our team for their outstanding service to the community. One team member, put up flags on Memorial Day at graves for all veterans. Another rescued a stranded family on a boat in Lake Powell. These are what being a member of the Delsco family is all about and we want to encourage these acts everyday. We also had the opportunity to give out cash bonuses for tremendous work performance. Lastly, we awarded a young man a few thousand dollars in scholarship for this years Albert’s Legacy Scholarship. It feels so good to work for an organization who has the right values each day.
June 15, 2021
Delsco Announces Joint Venture to form K&H Green LLC
At Delsco, one of our mottos is that “Competition is never a threat. Competition is there to make you better every day!” Our culture is that if you are doing the right things everyday then you don’t need to worry about the Competition. That is why we have decided to help our competition by teaming up with them. K&H Reclamation may have been a competitor, but they are actually our friends. Today, we announce a joint venture with K&H Reclamation to form K&H Green LLC. K&H Green will focus mostly on flowback iron, sand traps, and flow testing.
May 13, 2020
Delsco adds New Rig
Welcome our Newest Rig to Delsco Northwest Inc. This Workover Rig is the largest in our fleet and can service your deep wells. We are excited to continue to grow with our Customers across the Rocky Mountains!
March 30, 2021
Con Amore Rodeo Cancelled
Every year, Chad Richard and Delsco Northwest hold the annual “Con Amore Rodeo”. This event is to give youth with disabilities the opportunity to participate in rodeo events and games. Every year, we have had a great turnout including youth, parents, staff, Delsco team members & Management, and great partners in the community. This is a wonderful event and time for all those involved. Unfortunately, due to the pandemic, we will have to cancel the event. We are disappointed by this decision, but we want what is safest for everyone. That just means that next years Rodeo will have to be the biggest and best yet!!!
February 8, 2021