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37-117-20834

Well Details

Well ID: 37-117-20834
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Country: United States
State: Pennsylvania
County: Tioga
Municipality: Brookfield Township
Operator Name: TENASKA RES LLC
Well Pad ID:
Farm/Lease Name: SYLVESTER 2H
License Status:
Spud Date:
Permit Date: 2010-08-11
Unconventional Well: Y
Configuration: Horizontal Well
Latitude: 41.974864
Longitude: -77.560383

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
2010 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0
2011 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0
2012 TENASKA RES 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
1928111 Primary Facility 2010-11-10 Routine/Complete Inspection No Violations Noted RTNC Insp of 2H. Inspection at 1H well (#1928080) corrected 6/9/10 viols (#1890461). TLT
1966799 Primary Facility 2011-04-14 Routine/Complete Inspection No Violations Noted E&S viol documented under 1H (1966655)
1976723 Primary Facility 2011-05-16 Follow-up Inspection No Violations Noted Outstanding and new viols are under 1H insp (#1976637). TLT
2001385 Primary Facility 2011-09-06 Follow-up Inspection No Violations Noted
2143252 Primary Facility 2013-02-27 Follow-up Inspection No Violations Noted On February 27, 2013 a follow-up inspection was conducted at the Sylvester pad in Brookfield Township, Tioga County to follow up issues noted during a May 18, 2012 inspection (2068978). Material had been removed from the pad and stockpiled adjacent to the excavation and covered with a tarp. The violations cited during the 5/18/12 inspection (against the 1H well; 117-20532) remain outstanding at this time. No new violations were cited during this inspection.
2145740 Primary Facility 2013-03-07 Routine/Partial Inspection No Violations Noted On March 7, 2013 an inspection was conducted at the Sylvester pad in Brookfield Township, Tioga County to follow up issues noted during a May 18, 2012 inspection (2068978). The impacted soil has been excavated and the area backfilled. Conductivity readings of several puddles on the pad were taken and none exhibited elevated readings. The violations cited during the May 18, 2012 inspection are considered resolved. No new violations were cited during this inspection. Violation cited 5/18/12 cited against the 1H well have been resolved.
2315799 Primary Facility 2014-10-15 Routine/Complete Inspection No Violations Noted The Department inspected the Tenaska, Inc. Sylvester well pad in Brookfield Twp., Tioga Co. on 10/15/14 @ 1140 hours. An adequate site ID sign was observed at the entrance. A well tag was observed on the Sylvester 1H well head, permit# 37-117-20532. The pad surface measured 280’ x 185’. Approximately 280’ x 80’ of the pad surface had been seeded and was growing vegetation. This area had not been regarded before being seeded. The cut slope contained ~60-70% vegetation. The fill slopes were fully vegetated and appeared stable. The cellar around the well head did contain some standing water. Puddles were observed on the pad surface and the conductivity was measured at 150 µs/cm. The containment around the produced fluid tanks contained standing water and the conductivity was measured at 750 µs/cm.
2380940 Primary Facility 2015-06-10 Site Restoration No Violations Noted An adequate site ID sign was observed at the entrance. A well tag was observed on the Sylvester 1H well head, permit# 37-117-20532. The pad surface measured 280’ x 185’. Approximately 280’ x 80’ of the pad surface had been seeded and was growing vegetation. This area had not been regraded to original contours before being seeded. The cut slope contained ~60-70% vegetation. Silt sock is still visible on the south side of the cut slope near the corner of the pad surface and the haul road. The fill slopes were fully vegetated and appeared stable. The PCSM/site restoration plan accompanying this NOT shows E&S controls are to be "reclaimed and restored to original control". At the time of this inspection, stilling basins/level spreaders are still visible but appear to contain ~70% vegetation. Silt sock is still visble along the haul road (see attached pictures).

For data sources see[5]

References