When Total Drills in Your Neighborhood

In May 2022, an incident at Total's Home Run drill site in west Fort Worth caused property damage, damaged lawns and trees, and created noxious smells when it sprayed cars, homes, and lawns with toxic chemicals. The incident damaged several cars parked in the vicinity.

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Residents living near Total's Mt. Tabor drill site in East Fort Worth have experienced damage to their homes' foundations, loud noises at all hours disrupting sleep, and a recent incident where the drill site released black smoke and toxic fumes.

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Many neighbors of the Rocking Horse site on Redwater Drive have also shared concerns with us about serious foundation damage, homes shaking, windows rattling, the inability to sleep because of the noise, cracks in walls, mosquitos, smells, and more.


Read more here about noise and foundation problems (Scroll down to the section on Frank and Michelle Meeks)

Total Was Cited for 2 Violations of the City's Drilling Ordinance at Rocking Horse

1. Total was cited for a noise violation in January 2021

2. Total used an illegal, polluting diesel rig next to an Arlington daycare in November 2020, causing the city to temporarily shutdown the drill site. (See Violation).

Loud noises and diesel pollution at Rocking Horse

More noise pollution from Rocking Horse