|Well ID: 37-063-37374|
|Municipality: Pine Township|
|Operator Name: CHEVRON APPALACHIA LLC|
|Well Pad ID: 147135|
|Farm/Lease Name: DUMM 3H|
|First Permit Date: 2012-04-11|
|Last Permit Date: 2012-04-11|
|Spud Date: 2012-05-10|
|Well Status: ACTIVE|
|PERIOD||GAS QUANTITY||GAS PRODUCTION DAYS||CONDENSATE QUANTITY||CONDENSATE PRODUCTION DAYS||OIL QUANTITY||OIL PRODUCTION DAYS|
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|PERIOD||TYPE||QUANTITY||UNITS||DISPOSAL METHOD||WASTE FACILITY PERMIT ID||WASTE FACILITY NAME||FACILITY CITY||FACILITY STATE|
|2012-1||DRILLING FLUID WASTE||3.0||Bbl||CENTRALIZED TREATMENT PLANT FOR RECYCLE||WMGR123SW001||RONCO WASTE PROCESSING FACILITY||MASONTOWN||PA|
|2012-2||DRILL CUTTINGS||235.99||Tons||LANDFILL||101397||ADVANCED DISPOSAL SERVICES GREENTREE LANDFILL||KERSEY||PA|
|2012-2||DRILLING FLUID WASTE||280.0||Bbl||CENTRALIZED TREATMENT PLANT FOR RECYCLE||WMGR123SW001||RONCO WASTE PROCESSING FACILITY||MASONTOWN||PA|
|2013-1||FRACING FLUID WASTE||5.0||Bbl||REUSE OTHER THAN ROAD SPREADING||REUSE FOR DRILLING OR PLUGGING|
|2013-2||FRACING FLUID WASTE||12.0||Bbl||REUSE OTHER THAN ROAD SPREADING||REUSE WITHOUT PROCESSING AT A PERMITTED FACILITY|
|2013-2||FRACING FLUID WASTE||22.0||Bbl||RESIDUAL WASTE PROC FAC (GENERAL PERMIT)||WMGR123SW001||RONCO WASTE PROCESSING FACILITY||MASONTOWN||PA|
|2014-1||FLOWBACK FRACTURING SAND||30.92||Tons||STORAGE PENDING DISPOSAL OR REUSE||MID074259565||US ECOLOGY||DETROIT||MI|
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|INSPECTION ID||DATE||DESCRIPTION||COMMENT||VIOLATION ID||VIOLATION CODE||VIOLATION_COMMENT|
|2065474||2012-05-01||No Violations Noted|
|2069282||2012-05-03||No Violations Noted|| t the time of this inspection, well site Id sign, permit, ESCGP-1, ES plan, and PPC plan present. Drilling permit issued 4/11/12. Noted minor ES changes on plan, field approved (i.e. curlex ditches, add compost sock, and rock ditch). Well not yet drilled.Well spudded for 5/2/12, later updated to 5/10/12. Access road stable. Bmp's installed and/or being installed as noted in Es plan. Site actively being constructed. Security guard located at site entrance. Fuel truck staged onsite located ontop bermed secondary containment. One unlined pit located onsite. Operator actively installing curlex to ditches. Soil pile has been hydro seeded. Recommended that rock be added to ditch surrounding soil pile in order to reduce the potential or accelerated erosion and sedimentation concerns after rain events. Pad actively being rocked. No accelerated erosion or sedimentation issues noted during this inspection. Operator shall continue to closely monitor and maintain all bmp's until final permanent restoration achieved.
No violations noted during this insp
|2069452||2012-05-15||No Violations Noted|
|2071244||2012-05-25||No Violations Noted|
|2072375||2012-05-24||In Compliance with Policy||Admin inspection- At approximately 830 I received report from Duty Office Vince Yantko of reportable release of diesel to secondary containment from a leaking filter. It appears that 3 1/2 barrels of diesel fuel leaked onto secondary containment. Operator plans to collected material and dispose of according to regulation. It appears operator is complying with current spill policy. As spill was promptly reported and immediate remedial actions were taken. OGI Rick hoover plans to follow up with a site inspection on this reportable release on Friday May 25, 2012.|
|2072377||2012-05-29||In Compliance with Policy|| Admin inspection- At approximately 1227 I received a message from Nick Staffieri (Chevron) of a 1qt oil spill onto ground from water truck on location. Operator plans to visual remove oil and impacted soils from pad and place in contained and properly dispose of according to regulator standards. Based on current spill policy, it appears operator is in compliance with current spill policy and is reporting (the release) the proper measures are being taken to contain/remove/dispose of release.
Spoke with Curtis Small (Chevron) whom stated he would send operator incident report and closure upon final investigation of release.
Based on reported information, it appears operator is in compliance with current spill policy.
|2072673||2012-05-31||No Violations Noted|
|2073243||2012-05-31||No Violations Noted|| During this inspection, Well sign, permit, ES plan, ESCGP-1, and PPC plan present. Twenty-four hour security present at location entrance. Access road and pad adequately rocked and maintained, no accelerated erosion or sedimentation issued noted at time of this inspection. Bmp's appear to be implemented and maintained as outlined in plan. Observed one lined (empty) impoundment located onsite, based on residue (water) line appears impoundment may have contained material(s) prior to this inspection. Highland drilling rig currently onsite drilling. Secondary containment in place beneath rig, which appears structurally sound. Cuttings are being contained onsite in roll off boxes. No IW issues observed. No violations noted at this time.
Accompanied by OGI Rick Hoover during this inspection.
|2074630||2012-05-06||No Violations Noted|
|2076637||2012-06-14||No Violations Noted|
|2078196||2012-06-21||No Violations Noted|
|2078406||2012-06-21||No Violations Noted||During this inspection, Well sign, permit, ES plan, ESCGP-1, and PPC plan present. Twenty-four hour security present at location entrance. Access road and pad adequately rocked and maintained, no accelerated erosion or sedimentation issued noted at time of this inspection. Bmp's appear to be implemented and maintained as outlined in plan. Previously disturbed areas stablized with vegeative matting. Observed one full impoundment located onsite. Highland drilling rig currently onsite, rigging down. Drilling completed. Secondary containment in place beneath rig, which appears structurally sound. Cuttings are being contained onsite in roll off boxes. No IW issues observed. No violations noted at this time.|
|2087345||2012-07-17||No Violations Noted||At the time of inspection, access road entrance paved. Well site ID sign, ESCGP-1, PPC and ES plan present. Security guard onsite. Access road stable with adequate rock. No accelerated erosion or sedimentation issues noted. Well site stabilized, appears temporary bmp's are functioning and routinely monitored and maintained. Previously disturbed areas temporarily stabilized with vegetative matting with observed growth. Well drilled not yet equipped for production. One (full) water impoundment located onsite. No violations noted during this inspection.|
|2092960||2012-08-18||No Violations Noted|
|2096827||2012-08-28||No Violations Noted|
|2100848||2012-09-06||No Violations Noted|
|2103508||2012-09-27||No Violations Noted||At the time of inspection, access road entrance paved. Well site ID sign, ESCGP-1, PPC and ES plan present. Security guard onsite. Access road stable with adequate rock. No accelerated erosion or sedimentation issues noted. Well site stabilized, appears temporary bmp's are installed, functioning and routinely monitored and maintained according to plan. Previously disturbed areas (soil piles) temporarily stabilized with uniform observed vegetative growth. Well drilled not yet equipped for production. One (full) water impoundment located onsite appears structurally sound. No violations noted during this inspection.|
|2121856||2012-12-05||No Violations Noted|
|2129832||2013-01-09||No Violations Noted|
|2141367||2013-02-12||No Violations Noted|| At the time of inspection, site monitored by 24hr security. Site ID site, ES plan, ESCGP-1, PPC plan and permit located on access road entrance. Well drilled (TD 9/2/12) not yet fraced-well completion tentatively scheduled for July 2013, 9-month restoration deadline June 2, 2013. Site and access road snow-covered, although both appear adequately (temporarily) stabilized with vegetative covered and temporary bmp's. No accelerated erosion noted on either pad or access road. Observed that "freshwater" impoundment extremely full and frozen, department is recommending that operator continue to closely monitor and maintain impoundment as necessary in order to prevent a potential pollution event if "freshwater" breeches impoundment. No violations noted at the time of this inspection
Accompanied by OGI Rick Hoover at the time of this inspection.
|2176755||2013-06-17||No Violations Noted|| Inspt in response to restoration extension request.
Manned security booth on-site, entire pad surrounded by orange security fence. Site ID sign, E&S plan, ESCGP-1, and PPC plan located at access road entrance. At time of inspection, well drilled, not yet frac'd. Well surrounded by gate with tag attached, tag faded. Site stablized with gravel and vegetative growth. BMPs installed and functioning properly. Access road in good condition. No accelerated erosion or sedimentation issues observed in relation to well site or access road. One "freshwater" impoundment on-site, surrounded by orange security fence, nearly full. Department recommends Operator closely monitor and maintain impoundment as necessary in order to prevent a potential pollution event from occurring should "freshwater" breech impoundment.
Based on Operator's written request and this site inspection, an extension for site restoration will be granted until December 7, 2014.
|2204860||2013-09-16||No Violations Noted|| At time of inspection, well being frac'd. Frac'ing operations commenced on 9/13/2013.
Site ID sign on-site, in compliance with Act 9 standards. Drilling permit, E&S plan, ESCGP-1, and PPC plan located at access road entrance. Manned security booth on-site. Pad stabilized, surrounded by orange security fence. Rig, equipment, chemicals on temporary containment. Tanks within secondary containment units, units appear stable. One lined impoundment on-site, appears sound, active flowback occurring. Access road in good condition. BMPs installed, appear to be functioning properly. No accelerated erosion or sedimentation issues observed in relation to well site or access road. Department recommends Operator continue to monitor and maintain well site and access road as necessary.
Accompanied by Operator safety representative during inspection.
|2212491||2013-10-09||No Violations Noted||At time of inspection, rig in process of being disassembled.Site ID sign on-site, in compliance with Act 9 standards. Drilling permit, E&S plan, ESCGP-1, and PPC plan located at access road entrance.Dept checked in with PIC Bobby and Safety rep Tony.Entrance to AR paved, remainder of road rocked, in good condition.Pad stabilized, surrounded by orange security fence.BMPs appear to be properly functioning.Single lined impoundment appears sound, contains minimal liquid contents, surrounded by orange security fence.Sand laying on black tarp near center of pad.Safety rep stated sand is unused frac sand that fell off machinery.Frac tanks not on secondary containment.Safety rep said tanks previously emptied, thoroughly cleaned, inspected, and currently awaiting removal from site.Minor erosion observed on middle left slope when standing at pad entrance.Minor gravel from this erosion observed at base of slope in rock-lined ditch.Safety rep is going to take immediate actions to ensure slope and ditch are maintained. Additional comments on paper copy.|
|2229505||2013-12-16||No Violations Noted|| At time of inspection, well frac'd, not yet equipped for production. Well tag present, legible.
Site ID sign on-site, in compliance with Act 9 standards. Drilling permit, E&S plan, ESCGP-1, and PPC plan located at access road entrance.
Access road and well site currently snow-covered, therefore unable to adequately determine if any E&S concerns exist.
Orange fence surrounding well site and impoundment compromised. Impoundment unlined as liner previously cut out around top perimeter.
Covered tanks labeled wastes within secondary containment units; snow accumulation observed within these units. Department recommends Operator properly remove and dispose of accumulation to prevent any potential pollution events from occurring.
|2236738||2014-01-16||No Violations Noted|| At time of inspection, well frac'd, not yet equipped for production. Wellhead surrounded by gate. Well tag present, legible.
Site ID sign on-site, in compliance with Act 9 standards. Drilling permit, E&S plan, ESCGP-1, and ERP located at access road entrance.
Penn Mechanical currently on-site, backfilling impoundment. Chevron representative, Herb Karlinsey, also on-site.
Access road in good condition. BMPs appear maintained. Covered tanks labeled wastes within secondary containment units, both sound.
Well site previously granted an extension for site restoration until December 7, 2014.
Department recommends Operator continue to monitor and maintain access road and well site as necessary.
|2252520||2014-03-11||In Compliance with Policy|| Spill reported by Operator representative B A Lambie to SWRO at 1419. Call taken by Lynne Rupp (See Attached).
Five gallons diesel fluid to ground at 1300. Already cleaned-up at time of call. No waterways affected.
Operator appears to be in compliance with current policy at this time.
|2252867||2014-03-11||In Compliance with Policy|| On-site inspt in response to admin inspt 2252520 for reported release of 5 gal diesel fluid to ground.
According to on-site Operator representative Gene, a rock knocked the fuel valve off machinery in transit that was seeding/mulching the site (restoration activities currently underway), subsequently causing the diesel fluid to spill onto well pad. Valve was immediately plugged, the diesel fluid contained, and absorbent pads placed on all impacted materials. Impacted gravel promptly excavated and placed into drums to await proper disposal. Spill occurred at approximately 1300 and reported to be cleaned-up within 20-30 min.
Pictures shown to Department to illustrate impact of release and clean-up measures taken. Release did not travel off well pad.
At time of inspection, no visibly impacted materials remain, no diesel odor noted, and no adverse environmental impacts as a result of this event observed.
Operator appears to be in compliance with current policy at this time.
|2320110||2014-11-05||No Violations Noted||At time of inspection|
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|HF Fluid Concentration||Ingredient||Additive Concentration||Trade Name||Purpose||CAS number||Supplier|
|0.03636||Hydrotreated Light Distillite||30.0||Unislik ST 50||Friction Reducer||64742-47-8||CESI|
|89.45||H20||100.0||Clean Volume||LLC||7732-18-5||Chevron Applachia|
|0.09058||Hydrochloric Acid||15.0||15% Hcl Acid||Used to open perfs||7647-01-0||Reagent/PPG|
|0.00709||Ethylene Glycol||30.0||Iron Control A||Iron Control||107-21-1||Nalco|
|0.0||Ammonium Sulfate||30.0||ASP 900||Friction Reducer||7783-20-2||Nalco|
|0.0075||Ethylene Glycol||30.0||Scale Inhibitor A||Scale Inhibitor||107-21-1||Nalco|
|0.01525||Polyethylene Glycol||60.0||EC 6116a||Biocide||25322-68-3||Nalco|
|4e-05||Ethylene Glycol||60.0||GBL||Gel Breaker||107-21-1||Clearwater|
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