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A recent visit to PR Springs brought the sheriffs from Both Uintah and Grand county to our campout for Tar Sands Resistance. The Uintah county sheriffs stayed up at the “Horn” and looked at us from a far.
Grand county Sheriffs had to drive down into PR Canyon to see us. We spoke to a different officer on friday and saturday. No clear explanation as to why they were there.
They were all watching the US Oil Sands mine site now owned fully by David Sealock the former CEO of Petroteq. The mostly idle mine site has added several office type trailers for the “New” project. A few people were on site including someone with California plates.
The area that was previously used by Ronald Barton and The sheriff’s office for an office and housing trailer has been removed and Sky Quarry has trailers in that location. Many questions remain: Why does the sheriffs office spend money to send officers out to this mine that is a private corporation who should provide their own security if they need it.
On September 15 2021 April Abate from the Utah division Of Oil Gas and Mining visited the mine site and made an inspection report.
Here are some comments from her report:
“Mr. Sealock explained process to EPA. The company’s goal is to make Utah asphalt shingles to
be 100% recyclable by creating a closed loop vapor recovery system to prevent emissions.
Economics are still favorable to haul these to the plant. A heavy oil product will be shipped to
MC Oil and Gas and Foreland Refinery in Nevada.
Sand separation units will be relocated, and the large roller mixer will be removed. Pellets of
recycled shingles will be blended with bitumen from the mine. The Notice of Intent (NOI) is
currently out of date and will need to be revised under a significant revision. The operator has
contacted Stantec Consulting to prepare the revised NOI.”… “Solvents to be used will be a mix of d-limonene and hydrocarbon condensate mix.”