|Well ID: 37-033-26976|
|Country: United States|
|Municipality: Lawrence Township|
|Operator Name: SENECA RESOURCES CO LLC|
|Well Pad ID: 149264|
|Farm/Lease Name: SGL 19H-90|
|License Status: Plugged OG Well|
|Spud Date: 2011-07-13|
|Permit Date: 2010-12-15|
|Unconventional Well: Y|
|Configuration: Horizontal Well|
|Period||Operator Name||Gas Quantity (mcf)||Gas Production Days||Oil Quantity (bbl)||Oil Production Days||Water Quantity (bbl)||Water Production Days|
|2010||EOG RESOURCES INC||0.00||0||0.00||0||0.00||0|
|2011||EOG RESOURCES INC||0.00||0||0.00||0||0.00||0|
|2012||EOG RESOURCES INC||0.00||0||0.00||0||0.00||0|
|2013||EOG RESOURCES INC||0.00||0||0.00||0||0.00||0|
|2014||EOG RESOURCES INC||0.00||0||0.00||0||0.00||0|
|2015||EOG RESOURCES INC||0.00||0||0.00||0||0.00||0|
|2016||EOG RESOURCES INC||0.00||0||0.00||0||0.00||0|
|2017||SENECA RESOURCES CO LLC||0.00||0||0.00||0||0.00||0|
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|Period||Operator||Waste Type||Quantity||Disposal Method||Waste Facility ID|
|2012||EOG RESOURCES INC||Drill Cuttings (in Tons)||748.60 Tons||LANDFILL||101397|
|2018||SENECA RESOURCES CO LLC||Other Oil & Gas Wastes (in Barrels) RWC 899||415.00 Bbl||RESIDUAL WASTE PROCESSING FACILITY||WMGR123NW005|
|2019||SENECA RESOURCES CO LLC||Produced Fluid (in Barrels) RWC 802||43.33 Bbl||RESIDUAL WASTE PROCESSING FACILITY||WMGR123NW011|
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|Inspection ID||Inspection Category||Inspection Date||Inspection Type||Inspection Result||Inspection Comments|
|2049879||Primary Facility||2012-03-12||Routine/Complete Inspection||No Violations Noted|
|2130883||Primary Facility||2013-01-16||Routine/Complete Inspection||No Violations Noted|
|2319958||Primary Facility||2014-11-04||Routine/Complete Inspection||No Violations Noted|
|2331693||Primary Facility||2014-12-29||Site Restoration||No Violations Noted|
|2776482||Primary Facility||2018-09-07||Routine/Complete Inspection||No Violations Noted||The weather is 60 Deg. F and cloudy at time of inspection. Routine inspection of Seneca Resources Corp., SGL Pad, Well # 19H-90 on September 7, 2018. There are 3 inactive and shut in wells on this pad. Regulatory Inactive Status for this well has been granted in May 2013, expires - on April 22, 2019. All 3 annulus vents is are open and vented, plumed to the tote. 20% LEL and 0% combustible gas was detected at the plastic tote, 0% combustible gas was in the area immediately surrounding the well. Observed exposed cellar filled with water. Dark in color and heavy in density fluids, that looks like a drilling mud, are discharged via rubber hoses from all 3 well¿s annulus vents into 1 plastic tote on location. Some of the fluids are being spilled in the area immediately surrounding the tote. Plastic tote, labeled as Produced Water, has puncture holes on the top of it, and hoses are inserted into these holes, not secured from falling out of it. Plastic tote is half filled, placed on the ground without any containm|
|2778467||Primary Facility||2018-09-21||Follow-up Inspection||No Violations Noted||The weather is 75 Deg. F and sunny at time of inspection. Follow up inspection of Seneca Resources Corp., SGL Pad, Well # 19H-90 on September 21, 2018. There are 3 inactive and shut in wells on this pad. All 3 annulus vents is are open and vented, plumed to tank. 0% combustible gas was detected at the plastic tote, 0% combustible gas was in the area immediately surrounding the well. The area where drilling fluids has been spilled on the ground was cleaned up. Tank has been placed on the containment. Orange guardian safety barrier has been placed around these wells. No violations are noted at time of inspection.
DEP Representative - Ulyana Trynovich, Oil and Gas Inspector.
|2804106||Primary Facility||2018-11-13||Routine/Complete Inspection||No Violations Noted||A routine (pre-plugging) inspection of an inactive, uncompleted well was conducted November 13, 2018. A Notice of Intent to Plug the SGL 90 19H has been submitted by the operator. At the time of inspection, gate to access road was locked and the plugging contractor was waiting at the gate. I reviewed and discussed the tentative plugging procedure with the plugging contractor. I walked up the access road to location. There were three inactive wells on the pad; the 18H, 19H, and 20H. All wells had a night cap bolted on casinghead flange. All well cellars were full of water with three annular vents extending above ground level, tied together, open, and lined out to a container through a rubber hose. No bubbling was observed in the cellars. A trace of gas was detected in the container. No obvious major issues were observed.|
|2806092||Primary Facility||2018-11-21||Plugging(Includes Plugged/Mined Through)||No Violations Noted||On November 12, 2018 the Department received a plugging notice to plug Marcellus well 033-26976 located on Seneca Resources D17-SGL 90 C well pad.
On November 21, 2018 Department representative Sue Herzing conducted a routine site inspection at the above listed well pad. The plugged rig was onsite. The plugging contractor "Plants & Goodwin" were onsite working on the plugging operation. All plugging related equipment was being stationed on secondary containment. No signs of liquid spills outside of the secondary containment.
No violations noted.
|2806644||Primary Facility||2018-11-20||Routine/Complete Inspection||No Violations Noted||A routine inspection of the 19H was conducted November 20, 2018. The operator has submitted a NOI to Plug this well. At the time of inspection, the plugging contractor is on location laying out containment and spotting equipment. Downhole operations have been delayed somewhat due to logistics. No obvious issues were observed.|
|2807851||Primary Facility||2018-11-28||Plugging(Includes Plugged/Mined Through)||No Violations Noted||A routine (plugging) inspection of the 19H was conducted November 28, 2018. At the time of inspection, Plants & Goodwin are rigged up for final plug and abandonment. I spoke with the operator to discuss operations on the pad. The well was (previously) loaded w/OBM. The rig tagged at 5400' with sandline where barite settled from mud. The rig is tripping in the hole to bottom, intends to displace OBM from hole and will spot cement plugs at required intervals with gel between. No obvious issues were observed during this inspection.|
|2809298||Primary Facility||2018-12-03||Plugging(Includes Plugged/Mined Through)||No Violations Noted||A routine (plugging) inspection of the 19H was conducted November December 3, 2018. At the time of inspection, Plants & Goodwin are rigged up for final plug and abandonment. I spoke with the supervisor to discuss operations on the pad. OBM has been displaced from the hole and all cement plugs and gel spacers have been pumped. The well is dead, no pressures reported. They ran in and tagged plug with sandline at the time of inspection; tagged at 492'. No issues were observed or reported. They will top off with gravel to surface and move to the next well, the 20H, for plug and abandonment.|
|2815141||Primary Facility||2018-12-12||Plugging(Includes Plugged/Mined Through)||No Violations Noted||The rig is off location following final plug and abandonment of the 19H and 20H. Both are vertical, uncompleted, (now plugged) unconventional wells.
At the time of inspection, both plugged wells are cut below grade, marked, and buried. There were no open holes, discharges, bubbling, or venting observed. No gas was detected with an Altair 5x gas meter at ground level above the location of the buried wells. No obvious issues were observed at this time.
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