Trinity East Energy Attempts to Shut Dallas Resident Down
Zac Trahan with Texas Campaign for the Environment is being targeted by Trinity East Energy as being a trouble maker who needs to keep his big mouth shut for asking about the drilling disaster on City of Dallas property back in 2009. Trahan wants to know more about the failed casing that occurred in 2009 at the shale gas pad site on which the City of Dallas is listed as a lessor with others. The pad site is located at the University of Dallas campus that currently has numerous land owners including Dallas who has 184 acres of land in the deal..
The City of Dallas is not talking about it, and still will not admit to being a lessor with 184 acres on this well even though documents show the proof. A “cease and desiste” letter was sent to Trahan to prevent him from talking about he drilling disaster on 184 acres of Dallas property back in 2009. No one at Dallas City Hall wants to talk about it either.
The City Manager, and the Mayor have refused to talk about this mysterious lease agreement and drilling disaster. The Dallas News ran an article last week about the pad site and the drilling failure. Silence is still the code word at Dallas City Hall.
Trinity East Energy sent a letter of “cease and desist” to Trahan two weeks ago. After conferring with TCE attorneys, Trahan responded with his own letter to the gas industry attorney. Read below:
Dallas resident Raymond Crawford who has continued to ask questions about Dallas drilling since 2010 was stunned to hear about the cease and desist letter coming from Trinity East Energy. Crawford has said, there are too many unanswered questions from both Trinity East and Dallas City Hall about this drilling disaster and lease agreement. I can’t understand why they are putting up a wall of silence at City Hall.”