|Well ID: 37-125-24044|
|Municipality: Robinson Township|
|Operator Name: CHEVRON APPALACHIA LLC|
|Well Pad ID: 149201|
|Farm/Lease Name: ROBINHILL 15H|
|First Permit Date: 2010-03-24|
|Last Permit Date: 2010-03-24|
|Spud Date: 2010-07-23|
|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|
|2010-2||DRILLING FLUID WASTE||3.0||Bbl||CENTRALIZED TREATMENT PLANT FOR RECYCLE||PAR000519462||ADVANCED WASTE SERVICES OF PA LLC||NEW CASTLE||PA|
|2011-1||DRILLING FLUID WASTE||1.0||Bbl||CENTRALIZED TREATMENT PLANT FOR RECYCLE||PAR000519462||ADVANCED WASTE SERVICES OF PA LLC||NEW CASTLE||PA|
|2011-1||FRACING FLUID WASTE||2.0||Bbl||CENTRALIZED TREATMENT PLANT FOR RECYCLE||PAR000519462||ADVANCED WASTE SERVICES OF PA LLC||NEW CASTLE||PA|
|2011-1||FRACING FLUID WASTE||115.0||Bbl||CENTRALIZED TREATMENT PLANT FOR RECYCLE||PA0095273||FLUID RECOVERY SERVICE JOSEPHINE FACILITY||JOSEPHINE||PA|
|2011-1||FRACING FLUID WASTE||1.0||Bbl||REUSE OTHER THAN ROAD SPREADING||REUSE FOR DRILLING OR PLUGGING|
|2011-1||FRACING FLUID WASTE||2.0||Bbl||CENTRALIZED TREATMENT PLANT FOR RECYCLE||WMGR123SW001||RONCO WASTE PROCESSING FACILITY||MASONTOWN||PA|
|2011-1||FRACING FLUID WASTE||6.0||Bbl||CENTRALIZED TREATMENT PLANT FOR RECYCLE||PA0091472||TUNNELTON LIQUIDS TREATMENT FACILITY||SALTSBURG||PA|
|2011-1||PRODUCED FLUID||600.0||Bbl||CENTRALIZED TREATMENT PLANT FOR RECYCLE||PAR000519462||ADVANCED WASTE SERVICES OF PA LLC||NEW CASTLE||PA|
|2011-1||PRODUCED FLUID||412.0||Bbl||CENTRALIZED TREATMENT PLANT FOR RECYCLE||HUNTER DISPOSAL||DEXTER CITY||OH|
|2011-1||PRODUCED FLUID||615.0||Bbl||CENTRALIZED TREATMENT PLANT FOR RECYCLE||34-007-24355||MILLER & CO #3 (SWIW #28)||GARRETTSVILLE||OH|
|2011-1||PRODUCED FLUID||2.0||Bbl||IDENTIFY METHOD IN COMMENTS||34-167-29359||WEST VIRGINIA OIL GATHERING|
|2011-2||FRACING FLUID WASTE||570.0||Bbl||REUSE OTHER THAN ROAD SPREADING||REUSE FOR DRILLING OR PLUGGING|
|2011-2||FRACING FLUID WASTE||625.0||Bbl||CENTRALIZED TREATMENT PLANT FOR RECYCLE||WMGR123SW001||RONCO WASTE PROCESSING FACILITY||MASONTOWN||PA|
|2011-2||PRODUCED FLUID||7.0||Bbl||INJECTION DISPOSAL WELL||34-121-2-3995||HUNTERS SWIW #5||RENO||OH|
|2012-1||PRODUCED FLUID||7.0||Bbl||INJECTION DISPOSAL WELL||34-121-23995||WARREN DRILLING CO #1 (SWIW #6) HUNTER DISPOSAL||DEXTER CITY||OH|
|2012-2||PRODUCED FLUID||11.0||Bbl||INJECTION DISPOSAL WELL||34-121-23995||WARREN DRILLING CO #1 (SWIW #6)||DEXTER CITY||OH|
|2013-1||PRODUCED FLUID||2.0||Bbl||INJECTION DISPOSAL WELL||34-121-23995||WARREN DRILLING CO #1 (SWIW #6)||DEXTER CITY||OH|
|2013-2||PRODUCED FLUID||3.0||Bbl||INJECTION DISPOSAL WELL||34-121-23995||WARREN DRILLING CO #1 (SWIW #6)||DEXTER CITY||OH|
|2014-1||PRODUCED FLUID||220.0||Bbl||INJECTION DISPOSAL WELL||34-121-23995||WARREN DRILLING CO #1 (SWIW #6)||DEXTER CITY||OH|
|2014-2||PRODUCED FLUID||122.5||Bbl||INJECTION DISPOSAL WELL||34-121-23995||WARREN DRILLING CO #1 (SWIW #6)||DEXTER CITY||OH|
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|INSPECTION ID||DATE||DESCRIPTION||COMMENT||VIOLATION ID||VIOLATION CODE||VIOLATION_COMMENT|
|1891192||2010-06-02||No Violations Noted||On June 2, 2010 I conducted a routine inspection of the above site. The well pad was constructed, but drilling of the wells has not yet taken place. the pits were also constructed. The access road was in good condition. A site ID sign and E&S plan were on posted site. The E&S controls appeared to be functioning properly and should continue to be inspected routinley and after every significant rainfall event.|
|1910637||2010-07-28||No Violations Noted||On July 28th, 2010 I conducted a routine inspection of the above site. The well was recently spudded. No drill rig was on site at the time of my inspection. A new liner was placed in the pit. The access road was in good condition. A site ID sign and E&S plan were on posted site. The sediment trap at the rear of the pad needed maintenance. Gary Bowlens of Atlas was contacted and a construiction crew was dispatched to the site. The E&S controls appeared to be functioning properly and should continue to be inspected routinely and after every significant rainfall event.|
|1910643||2010-08-06||No Violations Noted||On August 6th, 2010 I conducted a inspection of the above site. The necessary repairs required to the sediment trap noted in the 7/28 inspection had been performed. The sediment trap and interceptor channels were now in good condition. The E&S controls appeared to be functioning properly and should continue to be inspected routinely and after every significant rainfall event.|
|1912586||2010-08-10||No Violations Noted||24" CONDUCTOR CEMENTED. PIT LINED. NO RIG.|
|1913134||2010-08-03||No Violations Noted||DRILL PAD IS CONSTRUCTED. THE PIT IS LINED AND FENCED. 24" CONDUCTOR PIPE IS IN AND CEMENTED. ATEMPORARY FENCE IS ERECTED AROUND CONDUCTOR. NO RIG ON SITE.|
|1934158||2010-10-07||No Violations Noted||Whipstock 17 - drilling ahead, site and location good , pit lined , E&S in place.|
|2005554||2011-04-21||No Violations Noted||On April 21st, 2011 I conducted an inspection of the above site. Drilling and frac were complete; production equipment was being installed. Site ID and E&S plan were posted on site. The access road was in good conditon. E&S controls were functioning. Water coming from the base of the cut slope was entering the E&S interceptor channels. The water is flowing through the interceptor channels around the perimeter of the site and exiting through the sediment trap. Evidence of coal spoils is apparent of the cut slope. The water is staining the rocks in the interceptor channels white and red. Suspected to be acid mine drainage. Water exiting the sediment trap is flowing over land, through the woods and into bigger run. The operator was contacted and a meeting was setup for later that week.|
|2005568||2011-04-27||No Violations Noted||On April 27th, 2011 a meeting was held at the above referenced site with representatives from DEP (John Carson, Vince Yantko, Brian Rankin), Chevron (Bob Hirtz, Gary Bowlen, James Braun, Chad Eisman, Nick Staffieri) and their consultant Earthtech (Joe Lechnar) to discuss the AMD drainage issues from the previous inspection (04/21/2011). Water was still flowing from the cut slope and passing through the interceptor channels and sediment trap. Some erosion issues were starting to develop on the gas line below the site as a result of the discharge form the sediment trap. Given the evidience of previous mining activity at the site, it was agreed that Chevron would research the history of the site, including mining activity, preconstruction conditions, and any water quality data. Chevron was to begin monitoring the water, flow rates, water chemistry sampling, etc at multiple locations around the pad and keep DEP informed of all progress and findings.|
|2005571||2011-05-27||No Violations Noted||On May 27th, 2011 a meeting was held at the above referenced site with representatives from DEP (John Carson, Brian Rankin), and Chevron (Chad Eisman, Nick Staffieri) to discuss the AMD drainage issues from the previous inspections (04/21/2011, 04/27/2011). Water was still flowing from the cut slope and passing through the interceptor channels and sediment trap. Ph levels were checked with a field meter to verify results of monitoring being preformed on the site.|
|2005572||2011-08-11||No Violations Noted||On August 11th, 2011 a meeting was held at the above referenced site with representatives from DEP (John Carson, Brian Rankin), DEP Mining Office (Tom Kovalchuk) and Chevron (Chad Eisman, Nick Staffieri, George Bozek) to discuss the AMD drainage. Chevron and their consultant EarthTech had prepared documentation to demonstrate that the discharge was a preexisiting condition as evidenced by historical records and physical evidence of mining activity. The operator is to restore the site and in that process the drainage will be returned to its previous flowpath. DEP mining office was on site to review the preposed plan. Restoration activities are to start immediately. The operator is to submit a final plan that will address the drainage and site restoration. Site montioring is to continue to observe restoration success.|
|2054746||2012-02-16||Violation(s) Noted||Condensate spill getting into Commonwealth Streams||635532||401CLS - Discharge of pollultional material to waters of Commonwealth.|
|2054746||2012-02-16||Violation(s) Noted||Condensate spill getting into Commonwealth Streams||635534||78.54 - Failure to properly control or dispose of industrial or residual waste to prevent pollution of the waters of the Commonwealth.|
|2054746||2012-02-16||Violation(s) Noted||Condensate spill getting into Commonwealth Streams||635535||301CSL - Stream discharge of IW, includes drill cuttings, oil, brine and/or silt|
|2054897||2012-02-21||Outstanding Violations - No Viols Req'd||Follow-up with sampling. Results pending|
|2054923||2012-03-28||Outstanding Violations - No Viols Req'd||Checked progress of remediation. Still some hydrocarbon odors and a little sheen.|
|2054932||2012-03-08||Outstanding Violations - No Viols Req'd||Remediation check. Met with Chevron employees and contractors.|
|2055006||2012-03-30||In Compliance with Policy|
|2062125||2012-04-25||In Compliance with Policy|| On April 12, 2012, at about 16:20 Nick Staffieri contacted WQSS Vince Yantko about a minor spill that happened at about 15:20 that day. This was followed up by a written incident report written by Nick on April 24, 2012. The review of the incident was assigned to WQS, John Carson who requested and received a copy of the Bill of Landing from Brian Rankin (also of Chevron).
The spill response appears timely and complete (see attached report), and the associated paperwork is complete. Chevron is in accordance with the Spill Policy in this case.
|2065718||2012-04-11||Outstanding Violations - No Viols Req'd|| On April 11, 2012, Ed Bates (Soil Scientist 2 with ECUP), Bill Keefer and I went to Chevronï¾’s Robin Hill site to check on the clean-up progress and so Ed could discuss clean-up standards with them. We met primarily with Blake Loke and Matthew Barch.
The capture pit is significantly bigger and I did not smell any condensate or see a sheen on the water on the pipeline.
Ed talked with them about what standards they would be remediating the site to.
|2136367||2012-05-03||Outstanding Violations - No Viols Req'd|| On May 3, 2012, several representatives from DEP in both the Environmental Clean-Up Program and the Oil and Gas Program met with several representatives of Chevron and their subcontractors at the Robinhill site to get an update of the condensate spill remediation and to discuss where to go from there.
The excavations seem to keep growing and occasionally you could still see condensate on the water in the collection trenches and still smell the condensate in the air. I took a short movie of the material floating in water in a collection trench.
We checked the pipeline below the excavations but did not find any condensate there.
We talked about Act 2 standards and to what standard the site would be restored to. That is an issue best handled by DEPï¾’s Environmental Clean-up.
|2136370||2012-05-29||Outstanding Violations - No Viols Req'd||Site is now an Act 2 site. Still has some VOC hits but getting less. Making plans to handle contaminated and uncontaminated soil.|
|2136371||2012-07-06||Outstanding Violations - No Viols Req'd||On July 6, 2012, I stopped at Robinhill #15 & #18 to check on their remediation progress. About half of the total pad has been removed. Chevron established a stockpile area about a quarter mile from the site (near the compressor station and crossroads) and the removed material is temporarily stored there.|
|2136372||2012-07-12||Outstanding Violations - No Viols Req'd||Checked the E&S controls and found no problems.|
|2136374||2012-08-22||Outstanding Violations - No Viols Req'd|| On August 22, 2012, I stopped at Robinhill #15 & #18 to check on the clean-up.
The E&S controls were in good shape. Chevron constructed a sediment pond on the west side of the pad and placed large rock in the effluent end. Some of the recent rains were very heavy and during these times the operators used a diesel pump to move water toward the north end of the pad where the water could dissipate through the soil.
Much of the excavated soil and fill is gone from the holding area. A few large boulders remain.
I found no problems during my inspection.
|2136375||2012-12-12||Outstanding Violations - No Viols Req'd|| On December 12, 2012, I stopped at Robinhill #15 & #18 to check on the clean-up.
The pile of stockpiled soil is gone.
The E&S controls look in decent shape and the permanent sediment traps and diversion ditches are largely in.
Workmen were re-plumbing the wells, getting ready for production.
|2136377||2013-01-10||No Violations Noted||On January 10, 2013 I stopped at the Robinhill #15 & #18 site to check the progress. The site was at grade and crews were working on the production equipment. The site is nearly done but needs temporarily stabilized.|
|2136378||2013-01-17||No Violations Noted||On January 17, 2013 I stopped at the Robinhill #15 & #18 site to check the progress. The site was still not stabilized.|
|2136381||2013-01-24||No Violations Noted|| The appropriate E&S controls are in and the site is stabilized for the winter.
Chevron has successfully addressed the issues identified in the February 16, 2012 NOV and with regard to these issues the site is in compliance.
Please note, that this only covers issues documented by the February 16, 2012 NOV. Any other issues will have to be dealt with separately.
|2212398||2013-10-09||No Violations Noted|
|2246539||2014-01-16||Violation(s) Noted||689019||78.54 - Failure to properly control or dispose of industrial or residual waste to prevent pollution of the waters of the Commonwealth.|
|2353957||2015-03-19||No Violations Noted|
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