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37-125-24878

Well Details

Well ID: 37-125-24878
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Country: United States
State: Pennsylvania
County: Washington
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
Latitude: 40.020781
Longitude: -80.040472

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
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 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

For data sources see[4]

Waste Data

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

For data sources see[5]

Inspection Data

Inspections Performed

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.

For data sources see[6]

References