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37-059-24917

Well Details

Well ID: 37-059-24917
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Country: United States
State: Pennsylvania
County: Greene
Municipality: Cumberland Township
Operator Name: CHEVRON APPALACHIA LLC
Well Pad ID:
Farm/Lease Name: BUDAY 8
License Status:
Spud Date:
Permit Date: 2008-09-12
Unconventional Well: Y
Configuration: Vertical Well
Latitude: 39.911121
Longitude: -79.988803

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
2008 ATLAS RESOURCES LLC 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0
2009 ATLAS RESOURCES LLC 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0
2010 ATLAS RESOURCES LLC 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0
2011 ATLAS RESOURCES LLC 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0
2012 ATLAS RESOURCES LLC 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
1940694 Primary Facility 2010-09-23 Routine/Complete Inspection No Violations Noted
1969908 Primary Facility 2011-02-02 Routine/Complete Inspection No Violations Noted The Department was at the above referenced Marcellus Well to conduct a Routine Inspection. The Operator is currently drilling a Marcellus Well on this pad. They plan on drilling multiple wells on this pad. The E/S controls appear to be in good condition. The pits/impoundments appear to be in good condition. The drilling pit contained drill cuttings and water during this inspection. The Operator had two extra reserve pits or water impoundments that were not lined yet. The Department noticed large boulders and rocks at the base of the impoundment that was not yet finished and lined. Any rocks larger than 6 inches should be discarded and not utilized in the construction of the impoundment. These larger rocks can also be a problem in regards to the integrity of the liner and cause the liner to fail. The pit shall be constructed so that the liner subbase is smooth, uniform, and free from debris, rock, and other material that may puncture, tear, cut, or otherwise cause the liner to fail.

For data sources see[5]

References