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37-059-25649

Well Details

Well ID: 37-059-25649
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County: Greene
Municipality: Jefferson Township
Operator Name: CHEVRON APPALACHIA LLC
Well Pad ID:
Farm/Lease Name: KIEFFER UNIT 2H
First Permit Date: 2010-12-27
Last Permit Date: 2010-12-27
Spud Date:
Unconventional: Yes
Configuration: Horizontal
Well Status: ACTIVE
Violations: 0
Latitude: 39.961563
Longitude: -80.030791

Production Data

PERIOD GAS QUANTITY GAS PRODUCTION DAYS CONDENSATE QUANTITY CONDENSATE PRODUCTION DAYS OIL QUANTITY OIL PRODUCTION DAYS
2010-2 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2010-2 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2011-1 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2011-1 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

For data sources see[1]

Inspection Data

INSPECTION ID DATE DESCRIPTION COMMENT VIOLATION ID VIOLATION CODE VIOLATION COMMENT
1964150 2011-04-01 No Violations Noted
1970194 2011-03-09 No Violations Noted
1974916 2011-03-29 No Violations Noted The Department was at the above referenced Marcellus Well to conduct a Routine Inspection. The Operator is currently drilling top-hole on site. The site contains 1 drilling pit at this time. The Operator plans on constructing another pit and 2 additional impoundments for frac water. The pit that is half completed on site does contain water and groundwater is a concern. The pit/impoundments need to be constructed 20 inches above the seasonal high groundwater table. The Department may want to observe the pit that is being used at this time to hold cuttings after the liner is removed to be sure groundwater was not impacted.
1974950 2011-04-01 No Violations Noted The Department was at the above referenced Marcellus Well to conduct a Routine Inspection. The Operator is currently drilling top-hole on site. The Department met on site with the Operator and a Gateway Engineer to discuss the ESCGP-1 and the impoundment. The Engineer was on site to make sure the contractors were following the construction standards of 3:1 slopes and also checking the 8 inch lifts. The contractors were installing drains on site so the springs did no impact the well pad. The Department also mentioned the drill pits and the concern that they may be close to the seasonal high groundwater table.
1991586 2011-07-19 No Violations Noted
2001311 2011-05-17 No Violations Noted
2027492 2011-09-06 No Violations Noted
2036446 2012-01-09 No Violations Noted
2120618 2012-11-15 No Violations Noted
2120619 2012-11-15 No Violations Noted Wells drilled and in production. Site restored and greater than 70% growth. Site in overall good condition.

For data sources see[2]

References