|Well ID: 37-111-20287|
|Municipality: Jefferson Township|
|Operator Name: CHEVRON APPALACHIA LLC|
|Well Pad ID: 149131|
|Farm/Lease Name: R MILLER UNIT 1H|
|First Permit Date: 2009-10-26|
|Last Permit Date: 2009-10-26|
|Spud Date: 2010-02-04|
|Well Status: ACTIVE|
|PERIOD||GAS QUANTITY||GAS PRODUCTION DAYS||CONDENSATE QUANTITY||CONDENSATE PRODUCTION DAYS||OIL QUANTITY||OIL PRODUCTION DAYS|
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|INSPECTION ID||DATE||DESCRIPTION||COMMENT||VIOLATION ID||VIOLATION CODE||VIOLATION COMMENT|
|1864126||2010-02-19||No Violations Noted||Site constructed, drilling had not commenced. Drill rig had been moved onsite and was in the process of being set up. Below grade pit appeared to be constructed properly. Due to current weather conditions (i.e. snow cover) the erosion control measures were not able to be inspected. Noted in the E&S plan located onsite that the disposal of rill cuttings was not addressed. In future E&S plans the operator should clearly outline how drill cuttings were to be disposed of and resolve any possible issues involving the disposal of drill cuttings and the seasonal high groundwater table as outlined in 78.62 and 78.62.|
|1864828||2010-02-18||No Violations Noted||At the time of inspection, no E&S or IW discharge issues at the site. E/S plan and sign at the entrance of the access road. No mud detected on the township road near the access road. Chief was setting up the drilling rig (Patterson Rig 255). Chief contact person will be Don Henson. Conductor pipe (20 inches) set 70 ft. Spud called on 2-4-10.|
|1867359||2010-03-01||No Violations Noted||At the time of inspection, no E&S or IW discharge issues at the site. E/S plan and sign at the entrance of the access road. No mud detected on the township road near the access road. Chief using drilling rig (Patterson Rig 255). Conductor pipe (20 inches) set 70 ft. Current depth at 1700 ft. (11 ï¾¾ï¾¿). Current time, Patterson was changing hammer bit to tri-cone and setting stringer around 2000 ft. .|
|1873430||2010-03-24||No Violations Noted||At the time of inspection, no E&S or IW discharge issues at the site. E/S plan and sign at the entrance of the access road. No mud detected on the township road near the access road. Chief using drilling rig (Patterson Rig 255). Current depth at 13,636 ft. Kick off set at 7846ï¾¿ from grade and 5353 ft horizontal. Complete drilling and setting last stringer and proposing 469 sks (class H) and 1384 ft type 1 up to 1500 ft. Bottom of the 9 5/8ï¾¿ pipe is at 2000 ft. Class H compressor strength at 540 psi (24 hr) and 1379 psi (24 hr) for type I with additives and retention blockers.|
|1879960||2010-04-23||No Violations Noted||site had no violations. twp road under repair with additional area needing repair. chief cleaned all mud off road and was watering down road for dust control. Met with resident located near storage area access road and had concerns with noise, length of project, dust, lights and heavy truck traffic.|
|1887750||2010-05-27||No Violations Noted||At the time of inspection, the well was drilled not yet set for production. Site was properly signed with E&S plan onsite. Noted soil pile was temporarily seeded to reduce E&S concerns. E&S controls (compost soxï¾¿s, sediment trap and ditches) were installed as noted in E&S plan. No accelerated E&S issues were note in relation to site or access road. Contacted Matt Barch 5/28/10 via telephone to express concerns with freeboard levels on frac pit, and plans for drill cutting disposal, as well as the movement of water through drainage ditches toward sediment traps. Ditches may need additional rip-rap and re-contoured to ensure proper flow in order to prevent build up of water within ditches and pit levels will have to be closely monitored. Matt assured me that someone would be onsite ASAP to address the concerns in order to prevent a possible pollution event that could result in a violation. (Accompanied with WQS Supervisor Ed Ritzer during inspection) Noted: Site received considerable rainfall.|
|1890842||2010-04-01||Violation(s) Noted||Violation and enforcement action administratively created by Kirk Elkin since no violations or NOVs were generated by field staff. Specifically, violation of 78.15, failure to follow special permit condition regarding water withdrawal.||589330||601.101 - O&G Act 223-General. Used only when a specific O&G Act code cannot be used|
|1894836||2010-06-10||Violation(s) Noted||At the time of inspection, well drilled and properly signed with E&S plan. While onsite, noted an offsite discharge to the left of access road where it meets the pad. A ï¾¿fuel odorï¾¿ was detected in area with questionable discharge. Noted the discharge appeared to have a ï¾¿white sheen and felt oily to touchï¾¿ See attached pictures. TPH water samples were taken and sent to lab. Samples results were greater than 1,000mg/l for hexane extracable material after lab had to re dissolve and dilute sample.(ID #9639012). Follow up soil samples are planned. Also observed large amount of sand spread over well pad in area located adjacent to disturbed location.. Pit freeboard was exceeded. Operator was notified of possible freeboard issues as stated on 5/27/10 inspection #1887750, as well as stagnant water in sediment ditches. Today 2ft of lined freeboard was exceeded and ditches were still full. Department has plans to arrange a meeting onsite July 1, 2010 with Matt Barch to ID source and cleanup measures that are to be taken.||590449||78.56FRBRD - Failure to maintain 2' freeboard in an impoundment|
|1894836||2010-06-10||Violation(s) Noted||At the time of inspection, well drilled and properly signed with E&S plan. While onsite, noted an offsite discharge to the left of access road where it meets the pad. A ï¾¿fuel odorï¾¿ was detected in area with questionable discharge. Noted the discharge appeared to have a ï¾¿white sheen and felt oily to touchï¾¿ See attached pictures. TPH water samples were taken and sent to lab. Samples results were greater than 1,000mg/l for hexane extracable material after lab had to re dissolve and dilute sample.(ID #9639012). Follow up soil samples are planned. Also observed large amount of sand spread over well pad in area located adjacent to disturbed location.. Pit freeboard was exceeded. Operator was notified of possible freeboard issues as stated on 5/27/10 inspection #1887750, as well as stagnant water in sediment ditches. Today 2ft of lined freeboard was exceeded and ditches were still full. Department has plans to arrange a meeting onsite July 1, 2010 with Matt Barch to ID source and cleanup measures that are to be taken.||590450||91.33A - Failure to notify DEP of pollution incident. No phone call made forthwith|
|1897068||2010-07-01||Outstanding Violations - No Viols Req'd||Follow up from 6/10/10 inspection Met on site with Matt Barch, Compliance Specialist of Chief OG, to obtain soil samples from pollution site in question. Two samples were taken from area in question, as well as two background samples and submitted to deptï¾¿s lab.Disturbed soil appeared discolored (darken and oily) and contained a slight odor. According to operator, area had been previously dug up and re-mulched, but it appeared some spill impacted soils were present at this inspection. Upon inspection, Chief expressed plans to re-excavate disturbed area to approximately 12 inches in depth immediately. Chief plans to continue investigation to determine the chain of events that lead to the pollution event, as well as the source. Operator plans to develop a time line of events that document occurrence and remediation process. Pit freeboard had been restored at the time of this inspection AND no new violations were noted. Dept is awaiting sample results and inspection of final remediation measures prior to closing notice of violation.|
|1899121||2010-07-09||Outstanding Violations - No Viols Req'd||This inspection is an investigation of a complaint shared from Air Quailty (increased dust and roadway hazards). Upon inspection, minimal dust was observed at entrance to well site (and impoundment). Sub contractor (Keystone) Rep, Josh was onsite during inspection, and dept recommended that additional rock be added to entrance and/or sweep/remove dirt from edge of access road. At time of inspection, it appeared roadways were clean; dept did not detect mud/ rock on township roadway (Laurel Run Road). Again, dept recommended that operator continue to monitor and maintain access road entrance and or sweep roadway to avoid materials from depositing on township road in question and to minimize dust. At the time of inspection no new violations were noted, while operator and DEP cooperatively and actively investigating and remediating the area where a reported discharge was noted on June 10, 2010 inspection. Site is monitored by 24hr security guard.|
|1912699||2010-07-22||Outstanding Violations - No Viols Req'd||The department is till awaiting final sample results on samples taken on July 1, 2010. Chief O&G Rep Matt Barch was onsite during inspection. Department and Chief cooperatively examined remediation done to disturbed area; area was excavated down approximately 12inches and contaminated soil was removed offsite. Then seed and mulch was placed on area. Growth had not yet been observed. Upon inspection, both observed minor E&S concerns from runoff along remediated area. In order to address the E&S issues the dept and Chief are cooperatively developing/ and will implement a bmp that will reduce/eliminate any runoff that may occur as a result of the remediation. At this violation for discharge on 6/10/10 is outstanding, follow up soil samples will be done (once initial samples results are received from 07.01.10 sampling) to ensure all impacted soils have been removed. At this inspection operator could not identify source of discharge/spill, investigation was ongoing. Pit had been removed at this inspection|
|1912710||2010-08-31||Outstanding Violations - No Viols Req'd||On 08/10/10, dept received notification from Matt Barch via email with pictures that area had been restored. Spoke with Matt Barch on telephone after receiving email, he state that area impacted by unknown discharge had been reclaimed and stabilized. Operator chose to rock previously impacted area in order to resist erosion and permanently restore in a timely fashion, as uniform vegetative cover could be achieved rapidly due to lack rainfall. This was discussed with myself as well as WQS Ed Ritzer. During this inspection, I noted discoloration of the soil from a distance at the toe of the slope that was previously impacted by a discharge. (See pictures) Upon further investigation I noted a ï¾¿black staining on rocks with an oily residue.ï¾¿ I immediately called Matt Barch of Chief schedule a site meeting for 9/2/10 to investigate the supposed reclaimed area,discharge was still present and source still unidentifiable by operator. Reccomended construction crew be avaliable for mtg Discharge vio outstanding no new viols ided. Accompanied by Dana Burk WQS|
|1913079||2010-09-02||Outstanding Violations - No Viols Req'd||Matt Barch, Lou Schall and sub contractors along with McCutcheon onsite. Presence of oily residue on rocks/soil operator skimMED rock from top of previously impacted soil. ï¾¿dark, oily liquid appeared to be seeping from the top of the slope, just below pad. Dept took a soil sample and liquid sample. At this point, it appeared seep was coming from directly under pad,operator chose to dig a series of ï¾¿test holesï¾¿ in a line toward well head & observed weather or not the ï¾¿oily substanceï¾¿ was encountered. today operator was unable to identify the source of the discharge.Approximately 17 test holes were drilled, and half of these demonstrated the oily substance Chief attempted to delineate an area of impact, Dept recommended that operator contain/seclude the ï¾¿contaminantsï¾¿ and identify the extend of impact in order to prevent any other possible pollution events as soon as possible. . Operator decided that more in depth investigation/cleanup would continue/completed after the holiday weekend. Lined sed trap&dug sump pit at intial pt of discharge for wkn|
|1913085||2010-09-07||Outstanding Violations - No Viols Req'd||operator was pushing rock back off top of pad in area `believedï¾¿ to be affected by `unknown substance.operator was unaware of source of pollutant substance and/or extends of area of impaction. operator dug a sump pit and ditch on top of pad( approximately 75 from initially noted discharge point) in hopes that ï¾¿contaminantï¾¿ would flow into sump pit (unlined) and be vacuumed by McCutcheon. Once ditch and pit were dug it subsequently filled with an oily substance and water. observed that operator dug to and below geo-textile level of pad, at this point it appeared the only barrier between ï¾¿contaminantï¾¿ and groundwater table and soil was a layer of clay, which operator deemed to be strong enough that permeability was not considered an issue. operators plan of attack was to continue to attempt to direct flow of ï¾¿contaminantï¾¿ toward sump pit and or dig additional ditches and pits to collect material that could be vacuumed by McCutcheon, prior to excavating the contaminated soils. operator did not have plans to work 24hrs on clean up process.|
|1913091||2010-09-09||Outstanding Violations - No Viols Req'd||operator was still continuing to vacuum ï¾¿contaminantï¾¿ out of sump ditch and pit. Operator, noted that they had some assumptions and were investigating some leads as to what may have happened, but no specifics were divulged at this inspection. Again, source and definite area of impact were not yet identifiable. Matt Barch, stated that they believed they have the release contained to a generalized area on the pad, and upon visual observation when it appears all liquid fraction has been removed; removal of soil would begin. operator believed that they had the release contained onsite and did not forsee any additional possible pollution events It is not believe that all liquid contaminant has been removed to date as there was evidence that seep continued. Operator game plan was to proceed with excavation and place all contaminated soils/rocks etc in lined dumpster provided my McCutcheon when ï¾¿liquidï¾¿ contaminant appeared visual removed. Streams samples from a small intermittent stream located near well site were collected. Accompanied by MRPS Jim Kline|
|1913096||2010-09-13||Outstanding Violations - No Viols Req'd||visual observation appeared that operator had removed impacted soils and liquid fraction related to unknown release. Matt Barch, stated cleanup ceased; to point of visual observed that all contaminants were removed, on Sept 11, 2010. Environmental consultant (Cummings Riter Consultants Inc) was hired by the company and arrived on site on Sept 10, 2010. Cummings began coordinating cleanup efforts. Post cleanup soil samples have not yet been taken by operator to confirm that all contaminants have been removed. During this inspection Ed Bates (ECUP) split a soil sample with Chief. collaboratively determined by parties involved that a sampling plan would be devised and approved by Ed Bates prior to final restoration Chief believes that release is related to drilling operations, but they are continuing their investigation and will provide a narrative to dept on final investigative findings.3 Chief reps(Matt B, Lou s, Mike H), 1 Cumming Riter Consultant (Pat O), myself Ed Ritzer, Ed Bates (DEP)|
|1913701||2010-09-17||Outstanding Violations - No Viols Req'd||, operator actively placing contaminated materials in dumpsters for final disposal. During a visual inspection of previously impacted area, I was unable to detect or observe any oily substance, residue, or seep as related to initial discharge, but post excavation sample results are pending (9/13/10). Noted that operator was having the ï¾¿excavated areaï¾¿ vacuumed out in order to remove rain water that had accumulated. Department received an interim copy of post excavation sampling plan on 09-16-10, while onsite today observed delineated points of sampling. Department also received stream sampling results with OG detection of 5.7 mg/l downstream and upstream <5.0mg/l. Chief had plans to resample prior to 9-16-10 rain event. Dept recommended that sub contracting crew onsite properly clean all equipment used to transport material in to dumpsters prior to moving around well site (uncontaminated areas )in order to prevent a possible pollution event. Corrective actions measures are ongoing at this time|
|1922574||2010-10-13||Outstanding Violations - No Viols Req'd||Operator and DEP are cooperatively and actively working to remediate and cleanup a violation issued for areas previously impacted by a large release of an unknown product, which appears to possibly be petroleum based, yet to be determined by operator. Dept has been promptly receiving soil analysis results and/or updates of remediation process from operator. Dept was recently notified that operator has plans to conduct a second round of excavation of previously impacted areas based on latest sample results that indicated some sample point results were outside of the acceptable limits discussed/ agreed to with the Dept. Noted that surface water accumulated in excavated area. It also appears that additional rock was added to pad outside of excavated area. No accelerated erosion or sedimentation issues were noted in relation to access road or well site Upon FINAL remediation operator agreed to supply dept with timeline of activities of details of cleanup, release source and cause. Accompanied by WQS Danan Burk|
|1934509||2010-11-10||Outstanding Violations - No Viols Req'd||Follow up inspection, of final cleanup measures being taken from a released detected in June 2010. Site properly signed with Es plan and 24hr security. Areas previously delineated to be impacted by the unreported release appear to been excavation, disposed of and backfilled. It is noted that area were initial discharge was detected has not yet been seeded an/or mulched. Currently dept is awaiting final restoration activities as well as a narrative describing the events of the release and cleanup. No additional violations or accelerated ES issues were noted, nor was there visible evidence of a discharge or seep at this time. Spoke to Matt Barch via telephone whom stated he was working on a narrative for WQS supervisor Ed Ritzer and that site would be seeded and mulch fairly soon. A follow with operator is planned for next month.|
|2004277||2011-09-13||No Violations Noted||During this inspection, Chevron Regulatory Compliance Personnel and WQS Marc Maestra present. Well ID sign, ES plan w/ PPC plan, and ESCGP-1 onsite. Well tag present. Well drilled and recently granted inactive status. Access road/entrance and well pad adequately rocked. BMPs installed and functioning according to ES Control Plan and appear properly maintained. No accelerated erosion or sedimentation issues noted during inspection. Previously disturbed areas have been seeded/mulched with growth observed. R Miller 2H and 6H recently spudded and drilled. No pits or tanks present on site. No violations noted during this inspection.|
|2006205||2011-09-28||No Violations Noted||At the time of inspection, drilling equipment was removed from site. No E&S or IW issues. Well head was completed with well head manifold. No pressure reading on the gauge located at the manifold. Annulus valve was closed.|
|1944422||2011-01-05||No Violations Noted|| Site sign and ES plan present. 24hr Security guard onsite. Noted that pad has been fully restored with adequate fill. Vegetative mat, little growth observed, has been placed on slope along side of pad where original seep observed. At this time, there did not appear to be any visible evidence of a continuing seep/release; It appears that operator has removed all contaminated/impacted soils/materials onsite impacted by the unknown release, later ï¾¿confirmed [by Chief] that the drilling company had and unreported release of approximately 110 gallons of hydraulic fluid during the drilling process.ï¾¿ All temporary bmpï¾¿s outlined in ES plan are in place and remain until final permanent restoration of site is achieved. Noted that two disposal tanks were located onsite. Well head and site are surrounded by fencing. Dept is recommending that operator routinely monitor all bmpï¾¿s as well as vegetative growth in area of original seep.
Accompanied with WQS Marc Maestra. No violations noted and appears outstanding violations have been corrected at this time
|1986074||2011-06-14||No Violations Noted||review of inactive status|
|2034170||2012-01-10||No Violations Noted|| During this inspection; well sign, ES plan, ESCGP-1, and PPC plan onsite. Well tag present, although recommend operator update well tags to include current operator information.
Well drilled and recently granted inactive status. Access road/entrance and well pad adequately rocked. BMPs installed and functioning according to ES Plan and appear properly maintained. No accelerated erosion or sedimentation issues noted during inspection. Previously disturbed areas have been seeded/mulched with adequate growth observed. R Miller 2H and 6H spudded and drilled, although yet in production. No pits or tanks present on site. No violations noted during this inspection.
|2069373||2012-05-10||No Violations Noted||At the time of this inspection, site Id sign, Es plan, ESCGP-1, and PPC plan onsite. Site gated and monitored by 24hr security. Multi well pad. Said well previously drilled. Crown Rig # 8 actively drilling 6H. Charles, DSM onsite during this inspection. Secondary containment in place beneath rig and onsite tanks. No pits installed by Chevron for drilling operations. Tanks and secondary containment look structurally sound. Appears bmp's are installed and functioning according to plan. No accelerated erosion or sedimentation issues noted with site or access road. Access road adequately rocked.Noted a "small" leak coming from Residual waste box on site, notified DSM whom stated the problem would be addressed immediately. Absorbent pads were placed in location of leak. Department also noted to DSM of a possible safety concern near back side of rig, where it appears shale was placed over top electric lines and drilling equipment (see picture). DSM stated that matter would be addressed immediately/ No violations noted.|
|2070078||2012-04-20||No Violations Noted|| At the time of inspection, Chevron was drilling gas well 2-H and no E&S issues were present.
|2081641||2012-07-03||No Violations Noted||This was a routine inspection, no issues noted.|
|2092672||2012-05-17||No Violations Noted|| At the time of inspection, Chevron was drilling gas well 2-H and no E&S issues were present.
|2092744||2012-05-15||No Violations Noted||At the time of inspection, Chevron was drilling gas well 6-H and no E&S issues were present.|
|2092896||2012-06-01||No Violations Noted|| At the time of inspection, Chevron was drilling gas well 2-H and no E&S issues were present.
|2094649||2012-08-06||No Violations Noted||no issues. no activity|
|2098703||2012-09-11||No Violations Noted||Company spilled an unknown amount of fresh water onto containment.|
|2120872||2012-12-05||No Violations Noted|| At the time of inspection, Chevron was in the process of connecting 2H and 6H wells to the production equipment. No E&S issues were present. Well 1H was shut in.
|2145152||2013-02-25||No Violations Noted|| Regulatory inactive status. Multi-well pad.
Site ID sign, permit, E&S plan, ESCGPI, PPC plan all on-site. At time of inspection, 1H and 2H, 6H drilled and equipped for production. Brine tanks on steel containment, both appear structually stable. Site temporarily stabilized. Access road stable, adequately rocked. No accelerated E&S issues observed in relation to well pad and access road. According to records, as of 8/21/2012, 3H, 4H, and 5H were all proposed, but never materialized. Department recommends that Operator update site ID sign to ensure that only wells with active permits are listed.
Accompanied by WQS April Weiland.
|2159320||2013-04-18||No Violations Noted||Routine inspection. 5 unmarked drums found on site.|
|2169732||2013-05-22||No Violations Noted|
|2181816||2013-07-09||No Violations Noted||Inspectd site. No issues noted other than there are 5 un marked drums on site. These drums were noted on a 5/22/13 inspection.|
|2196921||2013-08-20||No Violations Noted||Inspected the site on 8/20/13. There was not any activity on the restored well pad. The road going into the site was well graveled. The welll pad was well graveled. The Well pad signs were properly marked. This pad has three producing Marcelus gas wells. The three wells were properly marked.The drums observed in the past inspection were removed from the pad.There were two dumpsters on the well pad that contained Demo waste. No staining on the well pad was observed. The fresh water impoundment is now fenced in. No E&S issues were observed. During the inspection no issues were observed that need to be addresed|
|2238793||2014-01-22||No Violations Noted||At the time of inspection, no E&S issues were present. Well was in production|
|2323953||2014-11-24||No Violations Noted||At the time of inspection|
For data sources see
|PERIOD||TYPE||QUANTITY||UNITS||DISPOSAL METHOD||WASTE FACILITY PERMIT ID||WASTE FACILITY NAME||FACILITY CITY||FACILITY STATE|
|2010-3||DRILLING FLUID WASTE||1.0||Bbl||CENTRALIZED TREATMENT PLANT FOR RECYCLE||PA0101508||FLUID RECOVERY SERVICE FRANKLIN FACILITY||FRANKLIN||PA|
|2010-3||FRACING FLUID WASTE||814.0||Bbl||CENTRALIZED TREATMENT PLANT FOR RECYCLE||PA0101508||FLUID RECOVERY SERVICE FRANKLIN FACILITY||FRANKLIN||PA|
|2010-2||DRILLING FLUID WASTE||528.0||Bbl||CENTRALIZED TREATMENT PLANT FOR RECYCLE||PA0091472||TUNNELTON LIQUIDS TREATMENT FACILITY||SALTSBURG||PA|
|2010-2||FRACING FLUID WASTE||107.0||Bbl||CENTRALIZED TREATMENT PLANT FOR RECYCLE||PA0095273||FLUID RECOVERY SERVICE JOSEPHINE FACILITY||JOSEPHINE||PA|
|2010-2||FRACING FLUID WASTE||3.0||Bbl||CENTRALIZED TREATMENT PLANT FOR RECYCLE||PA0254185||RESERVED ENV SVC WASTE WATER TREATMENT FACILITY||MOUNT PLEASANT||PA|
|2010-2||FRACING FLUID WASTE||4.0||Bbl||CENTRALIZED TREATMENT PLANT FOR RECYCLE||PA0091472||TUNNELTON LIQUIDS TREATMENT FACILITY||SALTSBURG||PA|
|2011-2||DRILLING FLUID WASTE||5.0||Bbl||REUSE OTHER THAN ROAD SPREADING||REUSE FOR DRILLING OR PLUGGING|
|2012-2||DRILL CUTTINGS||29.71||Tons||LANDFILL||101421||SHADE LANDFILL||CAIRNBROOK||PA|
|2012-2||FLOWBACK FRACTURING SAND||7.23||Tons||LANDFILL||100419||ADVANCED DISPOSAL SERVICE CHESTNUT VALLEY LANDFILL||MCCLELLANDTOWN||PA|
|2012-2||FRACING FLUID WASTE||590.0||Bbl||CENTRALIZED TREATMENT PLANT FOR RECYCLE||WMGR123SW001||RONCO WASTE PROCESSING FACILITY||MASONTOWN||PA|
|2013-1||FLOWBACK FRACTURING SAND||1.5||Tons||LANDFILL||100419||ADVANCED DISPOSAL SERVICE CHESTNUT VALLEY LANDFILL||MCCLELLANDTOWN||PA|
|2013-1||FRACING FLUID WASTE||2.0||Bbl||REUSE OTHER THAN ROAD SPREADING||REUSE FOR DRILLING OR PLUGGING|
|2013-1||PRODUCED FLUID||7.0||Bbl||REUSE OTHER THAN ROAD SPREADING||REUSE FOR DRILLING OR PLUGGING|
|2013-2||DRILL CUTTINGS||270.41||Tons||LANDFILL||100172||ARDEN LANDFILL||WASHINGTON||PA|
|2013-2||FLOWBACK FRACTURING SAND||10.5||Tons||LANDFILL||100419||ADVANCED DISPOSAL SERVICE CHESTNUT VALLEY LANDFILL||MCCLELLANDTOWN||PA|
|2013-2||PRODUCED FLUID||5.0||Bbl||REUSE OTHER THAN ROAD SPREADING||REUSE WITHOUT PROCESSING AT A PERMITTED FACILITY|
|2013-2||PRODUCED FLUID||440.0||Bbl||INJECTION DISPOSAL WELL||34-121-23995||WARREN DRILLING CO #1 (SWIW #6)||DEXTER CITY||OH|
|2014-1||PRODUCED FLUID||3.0||Bbl||REUSE OTHER THAN ROAD SPREADING||REUSE WITHOUT PROCESSING AT A PERMITTED FACILITY|
|2014-2||PRODUCED FLUID||2.0||Bbl||REUSE OTHER THAN ROAD SPREADING||REUSE WITHOUT PROCESSING AT A PERMITTED FACILITY|
|2014-2||PRODUCED FLUID||266.66||Bbl||INJECTION DISPOSAL WELL||34-121-23995||WARREN DRILLING CO #1 (SWIW #6)||DEXTER CITY||OH|
|16APRU||PRODUCED FLUID (IN BARRELS) RWC 802||403.0||Bbl||RESIDUAL WASTE PROC FAC (GENERAL PERMIT)||WMGR123SW005||RESERVED ENV SVC HEMPFIELD TWP RESIDUAL WASTE OPER||MOUNT PLEASANT||PA|
|16MAYU||PRODUCED FLUID (IN BARRELS) RWC 802||413.0||Bbl||RESIDUAL WASTE PROC FAC (GENERAL PERMIT)||WMGR123SW005||RESERVED ENV SVC HEMPFIELD TWP RESIDUAL WASTE OPER||MOUNT PLEASANT||PA|
For data sources see