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37-081-20003

Well Details

Well ID: 37-081-20003
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Country: United States
State: Pennsylvania
County: Lycoming
Municipality: Cogan House Township
Operator Name: ARD OPR LLC
Well Pad ID:
Farm/Lease Name: JOSEPH F STRYKER F142
License Status: Plugged OG Well
Spud Date: 1961-12-12
Permit Date: 1961-11-20
Unconventional Well: N
Configuration: Vertical Well
Latitude: 41.421681
Longitude: -77.186297

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
2018 ARD OPR LLC 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0

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Waste Data

Period Operator Waste Type Quantity Disposal Method Waste Facility ID
2018 ARD OPR LLC Drilling Fluid Waste (in Barrels) RWC 803 315.00 Bbl REUSE (AT WELL PAD)
2018 ARD OPR LLC Drill Cuttings (in Tons) RWC 810 0.58 Tons LANDFILL 100955
2018 ARD OPR LLC Drilling Fluid Waste (in Barrels) RWC 803 435.00 Bbl RESIDUAL WASTE PROCESSING FACILITY WMGR123
2018 ARD OPR LLC Produced Fluid (in Barrels) RWC 802 3,410.00 Bbl REUSE (AT WELL PAD)
2018 ARD OPR LLC Produced Fluid (in Barrels) RWC 802 301.00 Bbl RESIDUAL WASTE PROCESSING FACILITY WMGR123NC010

For data sources see[5]

Inspection Data

Inspections Performed

Inspection ID Inspection Category Inspection Date Inspection Type Inspection Result Inspection Comments
2728589 Primary Facility 2018-05-09 Routine/Complete Inspection No Violations Noted A routine inspection of this deep, vertical well was conducted May 9th, 2018. An unconventional well operator intends to reenter the well for plug and abandonment. At the time of inspection, a pad has been built along with a well cellar. The well cellar was covered with metal grating. There appeared to be two casings down in the cellar with a square plate covering but not completely isolating the annular space. The cellar was full of water above the annulus with no bubbling observed. The inner casing was full of mud with no bubbling or smell of gas.
2736822 Primary Facility 2018-06-01 Plugging(Includes Plugged/Mined Through) No Violations Noted A workover rig is on location for P&A. They are trying to clean up the hole to TD. They are in 8 5/8" casing with bit at current depth of 1126' where there is an obstruction, possible top of 7" casing stub, torquing up. I reviewed and discussed the old well records with the companyman and discussed tentative plugging plans depending on what is encountered downhole. No obvious major issues were observed.
2738368 Primary Facility 2018-06-05 Plugging(Includes Plugged/Mined Through) No Violations Noted A routine (plugging) inspection of this deep, vertical, legacy well was conducted June 5, 2018. Alta is replugging this well, and a workover rig is rigged up on location for P&A. I met with the companyman and discussed operations on the pad since my last visit where they encountered an obstruction at 1126'. They have since discovered the obstruction was the top of 7" casing, managed to get into the stub and drilled out existing plug at the top of the stub where trapped pressure was encountered beneath it. They have spent the last couple days cleaning up inside of 7", milling what appear to be mechanical plugs, aluminum and rubber in the returns. They are on top of a plug right now at 6604'. We discussed the plan going forward-- attempt to clean up hole to near the bottom of 7" @ 7070', set CIBP inside the 7" to isolate bottomhole, run CBL of 7" to determine if casing is recoverable and develop a cementing plan from there. No obvious major issues were observed.
2741071 Primary Facility 2018-06-07 Plugging(Includes Plugged/Mined Through) No Violations Noted A routine inspection of this legacy well was conducted June 7, 2018. The well is being replugged by Alta, and a rig is on location for P&A. At the time of inspection, the rig is on bottom with pipe stuck in the hole. Wireline is on location to determine freepoint. Freepoint is right at the bit at 6888'. Decision was made to sacrifice bit, cut pipe at 6885', and set CIBP in 7" casing at 6880' where previously discussed to isolate bottomhole. No obvious major issues were observed.
2743089 Primary Facility 2018-06-19 Plugging(Includes Plugged/Mined Through) No Violations Noted Routine inspection of a plugged deep vertical legacy well was conducted June 19, 2018. Alta has replugged this well, and the rig is off location following P&A. At the time of inspection; a pup joint is welded on surface casing with new casinghead at ground level. BOP stack on casinghead; blind, pipe, and annular rams. Accumulator is on location not rigged up. There was fluid in the cellar outside of surface casing, no bubbling or other issues observed. There is a plate on top of the BOP. The operator is monitoring this well during frac on adjacent Stryker pad. No obvious major issues were observed.
2745407 Primary Facility 2018-06-26 Plugging(Includes Plugged/Mined Through) No Violations Noted A routine inspection of this replugged well was conducted June 26, 2018. I met with a company rep on location. At the time of inspection; the well was shut in with a night cap on casing head. The cellar was reportedly bubbling yesterday. The cellar was pumped out today and it was determined the bubbles were coming from inside the casing where a pump joint was welded on the surface casing collar, and not bubbling in the annulus. The operator has the well shut-in on the casing head for monitoring purposes while completing unconventional wells in the area.
2753629 Primary Facility 2018-07-13 Plugging(Includes Plugged/Mined Through) No Violations Noted Routine Inspection; 7/13/2018.

We entered the site via the access road to the nearby Harry Stryker well site. At the time of the inspection, no one was on this site but the frac is ongoing on the adjacent Harry Stryker well site. The nearest wells on the Harry Stryker well pad are approximately 500 feet from this well. Significant bubbling was visible coming up through the standing water in the cellar along the exposed casing. This bubbling was noted during a previous inspection on 6/26/2018. According Merek Romatowski (company man on the nearby Stryker), this Joseph Stryker (081-20003) well was monitored continuously throughout the frac on the closest nearby wells and no pressure spike was noted to indicate communication between the wells. The continued bubbling in the cellar will be reported to the plugging inspector. No violations noted.

2757026 Primary Facility 2018-07-27 Plugging(Includes Plugged/Mined Through) No Violations Noted Routine inspection of a plugged legacy well, recently re-plugged by an unconventional operator. At the time of inspection, the well was shut in with a night cap bolted on casing head. The wellhead, valves have been left on after re-plug for monitoring and evaluation purposes during unconventional well stimulation on nearby well pad. The cellar was full of water and a few bubbles were observed in the cellar which were previously determined to be coming inside the casing at a weld and not the result of an annular integrity issue. No obvious major issues were observed.
2764907 Primary Facility 2018-08-16 Plugging(Includes Plugged/Mined Through) No Violations Noted Routine inspection of a plugged legacy well, recently re-plugged by an unconventional operator. At the time of inspection, the well was shut in with a night cap bolted on casing head. The wellhead, valves have been left on after re-plug for monitoring and evaluation purposes following unconventional well stimulation on nearby well pad. The well appears to be equipped for pressure logging. The cellar was full of water. There was no bubbling observed during this inspection. No obvious major issues were observed.
2778353 Primary Facility 2018-09-21 Plugging(Includes Plugged/Mined Through) No Violations Noted Routine inspection of a plugged legacy well, recently re-plugged by an unconventional operator. At the time of inspection, the well was shut in with a night cap bolted on casing head. The wellhead, valves have been left on after re-plug for monitoring and evaluation purposes following unconventional well stimulation on nearby well pad(s). There were no readable pressure gauges on the well at the time of inspection. The cellar was full of water. A few small bubbles were observed where bubbling was previously determined to be coming from a cracked weld on the casing and not a result of an annular integrity issue.
2784229 Primary Facility 2018-10-03 Plugging(Includes Plugged/Mined Through) Pending A routine inspection of this recently replugged legacy well was conducted October 3, 2018. At the time of inspection, the wellhead has been removed after being shut in and a plate with a 2" candy cane vent and marker has been welded to the surface casing as a plugged well monument earlier this week. The cellar had water outside of surface casing; no bubbling. The vent pipe has visible venting and is burping a small amount of fluid every 30-60 seconds. The operator has been notified and is actively working on a plan to troubleshoot, diagnose, and address this issue if it persists.
2784456 Primary Facility 2018-10-04 Plugging(Includes Plugged/Mined Through) No Violations Noted A routine inspection of this recently replugged legacy well was conducted October 4, 2018. At the time of inspection, a pressure gauge and valve in the open position has been put on the 2" vent pipe. The vent pipe now extends below ground level into the cellar. The cellar had water outside of surface casing; no bubbling. There were no visible gas vapors observed at the vent. I monitored the vent for approximately 10 minutes and saw no fluid discharge during that time.
2786944 Primary Facility 2018-10-10 Plugging(Includes Plugged/Mined Through) No Violations Noted A routine inspection of this recently replugged legacy well was conducted October 10, 2018. At the time of inspection, a pressure gauge and valve in the open position is on the 2" vent pipe. The vent pipe extends below ground level into the cellar. The cellar had water outside of surface casing; no bubbling. There were no visible gas vapors observed at the vent. I monitored the vent for approximately 10 minutes and saw no fluid discharge during that time.
2787751 Primary Facility 2018-10-11 Administrative/File Review No Violations Noted October 11, 2018: The Certificate of Well Plugging (re-plug) for the Stryker F142 (081-20003) re-plugged gas well was received, reviewed, signed, and sent to file
2806617 Primary Facility 2018-11-19 Plugging(Includes Plugged/Mined Through) No Violations Noted A routine, post-plugging, inspection of this recently re-plugged legacy well was conducted November 19, 2018. At the time of inspection, the location was snow covered. The well has a 2" vent with marker plate erected as a plugged well monument. There was no visible venting or discharge observed at the vent. The snow surrounding the base of the vent was clean; no evidence of discharge. No major obvious issues were observed.
2834027 Primary Facility 2019-01-31 Plugging(Includes Plugged/Mined Through) No Violations Noted A routine, post-(re)plugging inspection of this recently re-plugged legacy well was conducted January 31, 2019. At the time of inspection, the location was snow covered. There is a 2" vent pipe with marker plate extending above ground level as a plugged well monument. The snow surrounding the base of the monument was clean; no evidence of discharge was observed. There was no audible or visible venting. No obvious major issues were observed at this time.

For data sources see[6]

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