|Well ID: 37-125-24878|
|Country: United States|
|Municipality: Deemston Borough|
|Operator Name: CHEVRON APPALACHIA LLC|
|Well Pad ID: 146518|
|Farm/Lease Name: BRUNAZZI UNIT 10H|
|License Status: Regulatory Inactive Status|
|Spud Date: 2013-04-23|
|Permit Date: 2012-12-06|
|Unconventional Well: Y|
|Configuration: Horizontal Well|
|Period||Operator Name||Gas Quantity (mcf)||Gas Production Days||Oil Quantity (bbl)||Oil Production Days||Water Quantity (bbl)||Water Production Days|
|2013||CHEVRON APPALACHIA LLC||0.00||0||0.00||0||0.00||0|
|2014||CHEVRON APPALACHIA LLC||0.00||0||0.00||0||0.00||0|
|2015||CHEVRON APPALACHIA LLC||0.00||0||0.00||0||0.00||0|
|2016||CHEVRON APPALACHIA LLC||0.00||0||0.00||0||0.00||0|
|2017||CHEVRON APPALACHIA LLC||0.00||0||0.00||0||0.00||0|
|2019||CHEVRON APPALACHIA LLC||0.00||0||0.00||0||0.00||0|
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|Period||Operator||Waste Type||Quantity||Disposal Method||Waste Facility ID|
|2013||CHEVRON APPALACHIA LLC||Drilling Fluid Waste (in Barrels)||2,075.00 Bbl||RESIDUAL WASTE PROC FAC (GENERAL PERMIT)||WMGR123SW001|
|2013||CHEVRON APPALACHIA LLC||Drill Cuttings (in Tons)||169.05 Tons||LANDFILL||100172|
|2014||CHEVRON APPALACHIA LLC||Fracing Fluid Waste (in Barrels)||5,546.67 Bbl||REUSE OTHER THAN ROAD SPREADING|
|2014||CHEVRON APPALACHIA LLC||Fracing Fluid Waste (in Barrels)||56.67 Bbl||RESIDUAL WASTE PROC FAC (GENERAL PERMIT)||WMGR123SW001|
|2015||CHEVRON APPALACHIA LLC||Fracing Fluid Waste (in Barrels)||15,569.33 Bbl||RESIDUAL WASTE PROC FAC (GENERAL PERMIT)||WMGR123SW001|
|2015||CHEVRON APPALACHIA LLC||Fracturing Fluid Waste (in Tons)||30.64 Tons||STORAGE PENDING DISPOSAL OR REUSE||MID0209062814|
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|Inspection ID||Inspection Category||Inspection Date||Inspection Type||Inspection Result||Inspection Comments|
|2115308||Primary Facility||2012-10-18||Routine/Complete Inspection||No Violations Noted||VIOL FOR 105.11 LINKED TO INSPECTION #2115296.|
|2115386||Primary Facility||2012-10-24||Routine/Complete Inspection||No Violations Noted||outno viol linked to inspection # 2115296|
|2121974||Primary Facility||2012-12-06||Routine/Complete Inspection||No Violations Noted|
|2134148||Primary Facility||2012-12-12||Compliance Evaluation||No Violations Noted|
|2151357||Primary Facility||2013-03-26||Routine/Complete Inspection||No Violations Noted|
|2204422||Primary Facility||2013-09-12||Drilling/Alteration||No Violations Noted|
|2661734||Primary Facility||2017-11-17||Routine/Complete Inspection||No Violations Noted||On 11/17/17 a routine inspection of the Brunazzi well site was conducted, the following was observed:
>>Deteriorating CFS in vegetated areas should either be replaced or removed.
>>No active wells or well servicing equipment were on site at the time of inspection.
>>The site was in generally good condition with evidence of recent seeding and fresh growth.
|2697630||Primary Facility||2018-02-23||Routine/Complete Inspection||No Violations Noted||Inspected this well for Application for Inactive Well Status. There appear to be 3 wells on this pad covered with steel plates and surrounded by steel fencing and concrete barriers. There is nothing above ground. As per Well Record drilling was completed on 9/23/13. The 30" conductor was set at 128 ft., 16" surface casing was set at 337 ft., 11 3/4" coal protective casing was set at 498 ft. and the 8 5/8" intermediate casing was set at 2224 ft. The well was drilled to 2245 ft.|
|2819315||Primary Facility||2018-12-26||Site Restoration||No Violations Noted||On 12/26/18 a restoration inspection of the Brunazzi-Sofran Site was conducted in response to an operator request for permit termination. The following was observed:
>>The site was well vegetated with no visible erosion or other violations.
>>No active unconventional wells or servicing equipment were present on site at the time of inspection, a nearby conventional well appeared to be functional and well maintained.
>>The accessory pad had been fully restored to pre construction conditions, the access road to the adjacent conventional well was intact.
>>Various agricultural equipment, materials, and a semi with trailer appeared to be in storage on the pad.
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