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37-005-30785

Well Details

Well ID: 37-005-30785
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Country: United States
State: Pennsylvania
County: Armstrong
Municipality: Gilpin Township
Operator Name: US ENERGY EXPLORATION CORP
Well Pad ID:
Farm/Lease Name: CROTALLO 2
License Status:
Spud Date:
Permit Date: 2011-02-11
Unconventional Well: N
Configuration: Vertical Well
Latitude: 40.655058
Longitude: -79.589817

For data sources see[1][2][3]

Production Data

Period Operator Name Gas Quantity (mcf) Gas Production Days Oil Quantity (bbl) Oil Production Days Water Quantity (bbl) Water Production Days
2011 US ENERGY EXPLORATION CORP 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0

For data sources see[4]

Inspection Data

Inspections Performed

Inspection ID Inspection Category Inspection Date Inspection Type Inspection Result Inspection Comments
2111779 Primary Facility 2012-10-26 Routine/Complete Inspection No Violations Noted Well-site had been constructed, drilling had not commenced. Well-site appeared to have been constructed under a previous permit for this location. Silt fencing appeared to have begun to deteriorate. The Department recommends that once the weather clears the operator perform maintenance on the exisitng controls and replace any perimeter controls as neccesary.
2159649 Primary Facility 2013-04-10 Routine/Complete Inspection Violation(s) Noted The permit 005-30785 expired on 02/11/13. Well-site and access road had been constructed except for a stream crossing of an Unamed Tributary (UNT) to Brady Run. This stream crossing would have required a General Permit. The access road as constructed had minimal to no implemented erosion controls, especially on the steepest portion of the road as it approached the UNT from the main access road for the project area. In addition the access road had no erosion controls implemented for the portion of the road across the UNT approaching the well pad. The well pad itself had not been temporarily stabilized which resulted in sediment generated and transported onsite eventually overtopping the silt fencing implemented.

For data sources see[5]

References