|Well ID: 37-111-20312|
|Municipality: Addison Township|
|Operator Name: CHEVRON APPALACHIA LLC|
|Well Pad ID: 149069|
|Farm/Lease Name: PMG ALLEN UNIT 3H|
|First Permit Date: 2012-07-23|
|Last Permit Date: 2012-07-23|
|Spud Date: 2012-10-31|
|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|
|2120861||2012-11-30||No Violations Noted||At the time of inspection, no E&S issues were present at the site. Surface casing was set at 60feet from grade with 36 sacks of Type I (24ï¾” pipe).|
|2121601||2012-11-28||No Violations Noted|| Inspection result of spud notification. Multi-well pad.
Site ID sign, valid permit, E&S plan, ESCGPI, PPC Plan present at access road entrance. Security on-site. At the time of this inspection, cellar for 3H constructed. Actively drilling 5H, 1H had been drilled, cellars for 2H,4H constructed, 6H staked. Minor erosion on hillside observed on back left corner of pad when facing wellheads from access road. Minor sediment from this erosion observed at base of hill in rock-lined ditch. Observed tophole cuttings along soil pile. Department spoke with company representative who stated plans were to incorporate cuttings into soil pile and disperse across pad. Operator will address erosion concerns by routinely monitoring this area in order to prevent pollution event due to accelerated erosion and sedimentation. Access road adequately rocked and no E&S issues were noted in relation to access road. Department recommends that Operator continues to monitor and maintain access road and well-site as necessary.
|2123112||2012-12-12||No Violations Noted||At the time of inspection, no E&S issues were present at the site. Conductor was set in well and Chevron was drilling 2H well.|
|2128462||2012-12-17||No Violations Noted||At the time of inspection, no E&S issues were present at the site. Conductor was set in well and Chevron was drilling 2H well.|
|2130317||2013-01-14||No Violations Noted||At the time of inspection, no E&S issues were present at the site. Chevron was drilling 5H well.|
|2143497||2013-02-11||No Violations Noted||At the time of inspection, no E&S issues were present at the site. Chevron was drilling 4H well.|
|2143511||2013-02-22||No Violations Noted||At the time of inspection, no E&S issues were present at the site. Chevron was drilling 6H well.|
|2144635||2013-02-25||No Violations Noted||Multi-well pad. Site ID sign, valid permit, E&S plan, ESCGPI, PPC plan all present.. Security on-site.At time of inspection, in process of skidding rig to resume drilling. 3H spudded, TD not yet reached. 1H had been drilled. 2H, 4H, 5H, 6H also all spudded, TDs not yet reached.Observed small staining on gravel on front edge of rig containment when standing at DSM trailer and noted large snow/gravel pile against brine tanks in back corner of pad which could lead to a potential pollution event by falling into ditches after thawing. Spoke to DSM Ken Silvis who agreed to place the affected gravel on containment and agreed to remove the snow pile.Noted erosion issue from previous inspection on 11/28/12 (ID 2121601) was addressed by utilizing an erosion blanket for stabilization and removing sediment from ditch.Rig and on-site tanks on containment. Tanks and containment appear structurally sound. Access road adequately rocked and no accelerated E&S issues were noted.Department recommends that Operator remove debris from rock-lined ditches.|
|2151602||2013-03-13||No Violations Noted||At the time of inspection, no E&S issues were present at the site. Conductor (24 inch pipe) was set at 60 feet and cemented with 9 yds. Water Protection Casing (16ï¾”) was set at 413 feet and was cemented with 450 sacks of Class A with 20 bbl. return. Mine Protection Casing (11 ï¾¾ï¾”) was set at 650 feet with a basket at 555 feet. The mine casing was cemented with 325 sacks of Class A with 10 bbl. Return. Intermediate protection casing (8 5/8ï¾”) was set at 1906 feet and was cemented with 502 sacks of Class A with 15 bbl. Return. Chevron, David Freed and DEP performed a site walk through to inspect the site.|
|2169708||2013-05-22||No Violations Noted|
|2173637||2013-06-10||No Violations Noted||Routine inspection no issues noted.|
|2228140||2013-11-26||No Violations Noted|| At the time of inspection, no E&S issues were present at the site. Chevron was completing well 4H
|2228230||2013-10-31||No Violations Noted|| At the time of inspection, no E&S issues were present at the site. Well 3H was completed to 14,724 ft TD and casing 14,705 ft . Casing was cemented to surface with 1220 sks Solucam as lead and 720 sks Va Cam cement as tail.
|2228631||2013-10-09||No Violations Noted||Drilling 3H MD at 14859 ft, KOP at 7645 ft, 1255 sks of lead and 545 sks of tail.|
|2228685||2013-10-09||No Violations Noted|| At the time of inspection, no E&S issues were present at the site. Well 3H was completed to 14,724 ft TD and casing 14,705 ft .
Site was in the preparing the site for cement production pipe.
|2229849||2013-09-26||No Violations Noted|| At the time of inspection, no E&S issues were present at the site. Gas well was not in production. Chevron was setting up to drill 4HA.
|2235861||2014-01-13||No Violations Noted|| On 1/13/14 inspected this 6 well, well pad. The weather the day of the inspection was unusually warm and wet.
The entrance road to the well pad was well graveled. No mud was being drug out onto the main road.
Checked in with the guard.
Walked over the impoundment and met with Harvey Horner with Nuverra. Nuverra was working on the small truck turn around pad that is adjacent and on the Northern side of the impoundment. They were adding stone to the pad.
Walked over to the well pad. The well pad was inspected.
The # 1 well was not marked. Please mark this well and notify this inspector when the well is marked.
Large plastic pipe was being unloaded onto the well pad.
No signs of spills were noticed on the well pad.
|2244506||2014-02-10||No Violations Noted||Met with Curtis Small and inspected the well pad. Chevron was setting up on the well pad to frack a number of wells. The frack tanks will block access to the the pipeline companies access to their pipeline controls. Chevron propsed adding an additional ramp tp allow the pipeline company access to their well controls. The access road will only be temporary.|
|2250977||2014-03-05||No Violations Noted|
|2252443||2014-03-10||No Violations Noted|| On 3/10/14 met with Alex Grant with Chevron and inspected the site.
The sign was correctly marked.
No mud was being drug out to the main road.
Checked in with the guard and donned the required PPE.
They were preparing the well pad for the frack equipment that will be coming on site.
A road leading up to the Caymen pipeline was reworked. This will allow the Caymen workers will have access to the pipeline.
The equipment on site was checked for leaks. No leaks were observed. No staining on the lined well pad was observed.
|2311280||2014-10-08||No Violations Noted||Work was underway to equip a well for production. A coil tubing rig was located onsite. Secondary containment was located on the well pad and there were 10 green and 4 red trailer tanks located onsite on top of the containment. There was no observed accelerated erosion or sedimentation in relation to the site or access road. It was noted that above and on either side of the site there was a cultivated crop field with soybeans.|
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|PERIOD||TYPE||QUANTITY||UNITS||DISPOSAL METHOD||WASTE FACILITY PERMIT ID||WASTE FACILITY NAME||FACILITY CITY||FACILITY STATE|
|2013-1||DRILL CUTTINGS||492.74||Tons||LANDFILL||100419||ADVANCED DISPOSAL SERVICE CHESTNUT VALLEY LANDFILL||MCCLELLANDTOWN||PA|
|2013-1||DRILLING FLUID WASTE||88.0||Bbl||REUSE OTHER THAN ROAD SPREADING||REUSE FOR DRILLING OR PLUGGING|
|2013-1||DRILLING FLUID WASTE||448.0||Bbl||CENTRALIZED TREATMENT PLANT FOR RECYCLE||WMGR123SW001||RONCO WASTE PROCESSING FACILITY||MASONTOWN||PA|
|2013-2||DRILL CUTTINGS||472.78||Tons||LANDFILL||100172||ARDEN LANDFILL||WASHINGTON||PA|
|2013-2||FRACING FLUID WASTE||95.0||Bbl||REUSE OTHER THAN ROAD SPREADING||REUSE WITHOUT PROCESSING AT A PERMITTED FACILITY|
|2014-1||PRODUCED FLUID||11.67||Bbl||REUSE OTHER THAN ROAD SPREADING||REUSE WITHOUT PROCESSING AT A PERMITTED FACILITY|
|2014-2||FLOWBACK FRACTURING SAND||58.23||Tons||LANDFILL||76-00-08||WASTE MANAGEMENT, INC - AMERICAN LANDFILL, INC||WAYNESBURG||OH|
|2014-2||FRACING FLUID WASTE||28.33||Bbl||REUSE OTHER THAN ROAD SPREADING||REUSE WITHOUT PROCESSING AT A PERMITTED FACILITY|
|2014-2||FRACING FLUID WASTE||2.0||Bbl||RESIDUAL WASTE PROC FAC (GENERAL PERMIT)||WMGR123SW001||RONCO WASTE PROCESSING FACILITY||MASONTOWN||PA|
|2014-2||PRODUCED FLUID||70.83||Bbl||REUSE OTHER THAN ROAD SPREADING||REUSE WITHOUT PROCESSING AT A PERMITTED FACILITY|
|16APRU||PRODUCED FLUID (IN BARRELS) RWC 802||101.0||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||80.0||Bbl||RESIDUAL WASTE PROC FAC (GENERAL PERMIT)||WMGR123SW005||RESERVED ENV SVC HEMPFIELD TWP RESIDUAL WASTE OPER||MOUNT PLEASANT||PA|
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