|Well ID: 37-111-20297|
|Municipality: Lower Turkeyfoot Township|
|Operator Name: CHEVRON APPALACHIA LLC|
|Well Pad ID: 146632|
|Farm/Lease Name: PMG BAIRD 1H|
|First Permit Date: 2010-06-10|
|Last Permit Date: 2010-06-10|
|Spud Date: 2011-04-19|
|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|
|2011-1||DRILL CUTTINGS||1.0||Tons||LANDFILL||100081||SOUTHERN ALLEGHENIES LANDFILL||DAVIDSVILLE||PA|
|2011-1||DRILLING FLUID WASTE||1.0||Bbl||CENTRALIZED TREATMENT PLANT FOR RECYCLE||EPA ID: 748-163||PATRIOT WATER TREATMENT||WARREN||OH|
|2011-2||DRILLING FLUID WASTE||4.0||Bbl||CENTRALIZED TREATMENT PLANT FOR RECYCLE||WMGR123SW001||RONCO WASTE PROCESSING FACILITY||MASONTOWN||PA|
|2011-2||FRACING FLUID WASTE||1.0||Bbl||CENTRALIZED TREATMENT PLANT FOR RECYCLE||WMGR123SW001||RONCO WASTE PROCESSING FACILITY||MASONTOWN||PA|
|2012-1||FRACING FLUID WASTE||840.0||Bbl||REUSE OTHER THAN ROAD SPREADING||REUSE FOR DRILLING OR PLUGGING|
|2012-1||FRACING FLUID WASTE||365.0||Bbl||CENTRALIZED TREATMENT PLANT FOR RECYCLE||WMGR123SW001||RONCO WASTE PROCESSING FACILITY||MASONTOWN||PA|
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|INSPECTION ID||DATE||DESCRIPTION||COMMENT||VIOLATION ID||VIOLATION CODE||VIOLATION_COMMENT|
|2003358||2011-09-08||No Violations Noted|| At the time of inspection, well ID sign, ES plan, and ESCGP-1 present. Site gated and monitored 24hrs/day by security. Access road ok, minor erosion (pot holes) noted. Recommend that operator add additional rock to access road in order to prevent further erosion. Well drilled, not yet fractured. Secondary containment pad being installed over well pad. Forty-two structurally sound frac tanks located on well site. Installed BMPS appear to be maintained and functioning correctly. No accelerated erosion or sedimentation issues noted on site. Recommend operator remove ï¾¿garbage pileï¾¿ located on right back side of pad (when facing well head from access road). All previously disturbed areas have been stabilized with vegetation. Accompanied by WQS Marc Maestra during inspection.
Note: Upon our arrival, Mick Planinsek -Soild Waste Specialist for Bureau of Waste Management located on well pad discussing a complaint filed with DEP regarding a leaking Keystone Vac truck ï¾¿believedï¾¿ to have left this well site-unknown what truck was hauling.
|1965938||2011-04-14||No Violations Noted||At the time of inspection, site ID, ES plan, PPC plan and ESCGP-1 present. Well spud called for 4/13/11. Site surrounded by fence and locked gate. No rig onsite during this inspection. Well staked not yet drilled. Operator has removed all onsite pits from plan, as tanks (not yet onsite) will be utilized for drilling operations. Temporary bmpï¾¿s are installed and functioning as outlined in ES plan, all previously disturbed areas have been seeded/mulched with observed growth. Operator should continue to routinely monitor and maintain all bmpï¾¿s until permanent restoration has been achieved. No accelerated erosion or sedimentation issues noteD onsite or access road. Access road is stable. Follow up inspection will be conducted during drilling operations.|
|1969231||2011-04-29||No Violations Noted||During inspection, valid site Id sign, ES plan, ESCGP-1, and sewage permit (waste holding tank) located onsite. Well spud updated to 4/25/11. Noted that PPC plan contacts were not updated, specifically those within the DEP. 24hr security guard located onsite. Rig located onsite actively drilling well. No pits located on pad, operator utilizing closed containment tanks, which appear structurally sound with freeboard. Operator installed ï¾¿containment pad beneath rigï¾¿ in order to prevent a possible pollution event. Noted a wood chip pile located on right had side of rig, no industrial waste or discharge detected during inspection, although recommended operator further investigate pile. remove drill piping from sediment ditch, in order to prevent a possible pollution event. Sediment ditches and traps appear adequately rocked and surrounding disturbance temporally seeded/mulched, but minimal growth observed. No accelerated ES issues. Operator should continue to routinely monitor/maintain all BMPï¾¿s until final restoration is completed.|
|1975380||2011-05-18||No Violations Noted||At the time of inspection, no E&S or IW discharge issues at the site. Chief hired UDI rig 60. Larry Mirers is the company representative. Conductor pipe set at 60 ft using 24ï¾¿ pipe. First stringer set at 223 ft with 20ï¾¿ pipe and used 260 sks of Class A with 20 bbl return. Second stringer set at 593 ft with 13 3/8ï¾¿ pipe using Gas block of 480 sacks with 21 bbl return. Third stringer was set at 1831 feet using 9 5/8ï¾¿ pipe with 615 sks and 18 bbl return. Current depth was at 12382 feet. Pilot hole was at 8982 ft. Kick off point was 8200 feet. Vertical depth was 8700 ft. and horizontal length was 3400 ft. E&S controls were in place.|
|1975383||2011-05-06||No Violations Noted||At the time of inspection, no E&S or IW discharge issues at the site. Chief hired UDI rig 60. Larry Mirers is the company representative. Conductor pipe set at 60 ft using 24ï¾¿ pipe. First stringer set at 223 ft with 20ï¾¿ pipe and used 260 sks of Class A with 20 bbl return. Second stringer set at 593 ft with 13 3/8ï¾¿ pipe using Gas block of 480 sacks with 21 bbl return. Third stringer was set at 1831 feet using 9 5/8ï¾¿ pipe with 615 sks and 18 bbl return. Current depth was at 6811 feet. Pilot hole was going to 7700 feet. Estimated kick off should be around 6821 feet. E&S controls were in place.|
|1975392||2011-04-26||No Violations Noted||no e&s or iw issues. chief hired UDI. conductor set at 60 ft (24"). first stringer set at 223 ft (20").|
|2034125||2012-01-10||No Violations Noted|| During this inspection, site gated with security. Site Id sign, permit, ESCGP-1 and PPC plan present. Well drilled and recently fraced. Well spudded 4/25/11. Reminder well site restoration due 9 months from completion of drilling.
Secondary containment located on well pad, recommend operator remove as soon as possible in order to prevent a possible pollution event as structural integrity of containment appears compromised as berms have been removed and various holes observed. Forty-five frac tanks located onsite which appear to be structurally sound. One covered roll off box located onsite. No accelerated erosion or sedimentation issues noted during this inspection. Temporary bmp's installed and maintained. Site temporarily stabilized with vegetative matting. Access road stable, noted operator performed maintenance on access road since last inspection. No violations noted during this inspection. Accompanied by WQS Marc Maestra during inspection.
|2067317||2012-05-01||No Violations Noted||At the time of inspection, no E&S issues were present at the site. Gas well was not in production|
|2102876||2012-09-21||No Violations Noted||Inspection the result of the Operatorsï¾’ request to discuss the restoration of the well pad area. At the time of inspection the site appeared to be in sound condition. The E&S plan was onsite and appeared to be implemented properly. All BMPs appear to be in installed and maintained as outline in the plan. No accelerated erosion or sedimentation observed in relation to the access road or well pad area. The Departments suggests the Operator maintain the perimeter control while restoring the site and inspect weekly and after significant precipitation event to ensure the continued stability of the site. The Department notes that the restoration plan calls for the restored cut and fill slopes of 3:1 and the dispersal of the top soil stock pile, however the approved plan does not call for the reduction in the size of the well pad.|
|2337709||2015-01-22||No Violations Noted||Drilling appeared to have been completed|
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