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34-055-21897

Well Details

Well ID: 34-055-21897
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Country: United States
State: Ohio
County: Geauga
Municipality: Troy Township
Operator Name: EXCALIBUR EXPLORATION INC
Well Pad ID:
Farm/Lease Name: BRIGGS-CITY OF AKRON UNIT
License Status: Producing
License Date: 2006-08-03
Spud Date: 2006-10-23
Spud Drilling Contractor: CAPSTAR DRILLING
Final Drill Date: 2006-10-29
Well Total Depth: 4256 ft
Configuration: Vertical
Latitude: 41.373698075
Longitude: -81.13462477

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Well History

Well Status Well Status Date Comment
APP 2006-08-03 Proposed Formations:CLINTON-ORISKANY-NEWBURG, Issued Date:8/3/2006, Expired Date:8/3/2007 6:00:00 AM, Drilling unit acres:41, Proposed Well Type:OG, Proposed Well Class:POOL
Completed 2006-10-29 RBDMS Rec
Reached Total Depth 2006-10-29 RBDMS Rec
Completion Report Received 2007-02-21 RBDMS Rec
Construction Permit Expires 2007-08-03 RBDMS Rec
Record Last Modified 2013-10-03 RBDMS Rec

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Perforation Treatments

Perforation Date Interval Top (ft) Interval Base (ft) Number of Shots
2007-05-29 4067 4151 29

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Stimulations Data

Stimulation Date Chemical Agent Chemical Agent Concentration (%) Fracking Fluid Volume Mass of Proppant Used (lb) Fracking Company Comments
H2O 0 52642 Gal 32000

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Production Data

Period Operator Name Gas Quantity (mcf) Oil Quantity (bbl) Production Days
2006 EXCALIBUR EXPLORATION INC 0 0 0
2007 EXCALIBUR EXPLORATION INC 2255 751 184
2008 EXCALIBUR EXPLORATION INC 4860 549 366
2009 EXCALIBUR EXPLORATION INC 4079 1075 365
2010 EXCALIBUR EXPLORATION INC 3500 823 365
2011 EXCALIBUR EXPLORATION INC 3417 688 365
2012 EXCALIBUR EXPLORATION INC 2742 617 366
2013 EXCALIBUR EXPLORATION INC 1714 389 365
2014 EXCALIBUR EXPLORATION INC 1783 469 365
2015 EXCALIBUR EXPLORATION INC 1733 416 365
2016 EXCALIBUR EXPLORATION INC 1782 305 365
2017 EXCALIBUR EXPLORATION INC 2009 238 365
2018 EXCALIBUR EXPLORATION INC 1692 177 365

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Waste Data

Period Operator Name Waste Type Quantity (bbl) Production Days
2006 EXCALIBUR EXPLORATION INC Brine 0 0
2007 EXCALIBUR EXPLORATION INC Brine 482 184
2008 EXCALIBUR EXPLORATION INC Brine 528 366
2009 EXCALIBUR EXPLORATION INC Brine 342 365
2010 EXCALIBUR EXPLORATION INC Brine 205 365
2011 EXCALIBUR EXPLORATION INC Brine 327 365
2012 EXCALIBUR EXPLORATION INC Brine 94 366
2013 EXCALIBUR EXPLORATION INC Brine 3 365
2014 EXCALIBUR EXPLORATION INC Brine 165 365
2015 EXCALIBUR EXPLORATION INC Brine 17 365
2016 EXCALIBUR EXPLORATION INC Brine 30 365
2017 EXCALIBUR EXPLORATION INC Brine 38 365
2018 EXCALIBUR EXPLORATION INC Brine 185 365

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Inspection Data

Inspections Performed

Inspection ID Inspection Date Inspection Type Inspection Result Inspection Comments
0529510886 2007-11-02 Production Wells No Violations Site has been graded. Pits have been filled. Site has been seeded and mulched. Vegetation is no established on the south side of the site. Lease road is stable. Well is a pump jack well. Drainage is controlled and contained on site. Called John let him know that there is a need for re-seeding.
0642613042 2014-10-23 Production Wells No Violations My inspection found no changes since my last inspection. No violations found.
0919836811 2013-05-02 Production Wells No Violations My inspection found the well to be equipped with a pump jack. The annulus valve was open. The tank battery and well are in good repair. The tank battery consists of a 210 BBL production tank, a 100 BBL brine tank, and a mechanical separator. The proper identification is located on the tank battery. The lease road is in stable condition.
1066959261 2013-10-01 Production Wells No Violations My inspection found the well to be equipped with a pump jack. The annulus valve was open. The well and tank battery are in good repair. The tank battery consists of a 210 BBL production tank, a 100 BBL brine tank, and a mechanical separator. The proper identification is located on the tank battery and the well. The lease road is in stable condition.
1653543667 2018-08-31 Production Wells No Violations I conducted an inspection on this well site. At the time of this inspection, the well was equipped with a pumping unit and the valves on the tubing and flow line were open. The well was in production. The tank battery consisted of one 100 BBL tank and a mechanical separator. Valves on the separator were open. The diked tank battery had legible signage and the lease access was stable.
1804566636 2011-11-21 Preliminary Restoration No Violations The affected area from drilling has been reclaimed. The well is equipped with a pumping unit. There is paraffin and free oil that needs cleaned up around the pumping unit. The owner/operator has constructed a dike around the wellhead which has standing water in it. The pumper has placed a pallet on the ground which is coated with paraffin. I tested the water around the wellhead for chlorides which showed 0 PPM. There are two wells producing into the tank battery. The dike is in good repair and is lined with a plastic. The operator has installed a black plastic gas line from the drips at the meter run into the 210 barrel production tank. This line sits on the surface of the ground going through a horse pasture. The hatch on the production tank is open with the gas line going into it. There is oil and residual product splashed on the outside of the tank and hatch. The land owner stated he gets and odor from the tank when wind shifts. The tank battery also contains compressor unit which was giving off a high pitched noise noticeable from 200 feet away. An identification sign needs to be posted at the well. The owner/operator will be contacted to trench in the black gas line, change the connection to the 210 barrel tank and clean up around the wellhead. The operator should take steps to reduce the noise from the compressor. The lease road going to the well was rutted, blocked by water and extremely soft. I spoke to land owner in regards to the lease road and he stated that the majority of the damage was caused by the recent combine work on the farm and not from the oil and gas operations.

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References