|Well ID: 37-125-24278|
|Municipality: Robinson Township|
|Operator Name: CHEVRON APPALACHIA LLC|
|Well Pad ID: 149201|
|Farm/Lease Name: ROBINHILL 18H|
|First Permit Date: 2010-09-09|
|Last Permit Date: 2010-09-09|
|Spud Date: 2010-09-16|
|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|
|1934233||2010-10-14||No Violations Noted||Whipstock 17 - TD@ 1679, drilling ahead, site and location good, returns on cement|
|1934241||2010-12-06||No Violations Noted||Crown 8 - TD@6495, building curve, site and location good, pit good|
|1938167||2010-12-16||No Violations Noted||Crown 8 - TD@11086 drilling completed and 5.5 production cemented back to surface, site and location good, pit good|
|2133732||2010-01-10||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.|
|2054786||2012-02-16||In Compliance with Policy||Investigated condensate spill. Violations noted on 15H well. Efacts# 2054746|
|2054918||2012-02-21||In Compliance with Policy||Sampled, results pending.|
|2055017||2012-03-28||In Compliance with Policy||Remediation check, no new problems.|
|2062133||2012-04-24||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.
|2065723||2012-04-11||In Compliance with Policy|| 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.
|2071631||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.
|2071691||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.|
|2082289||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.
I could smell a little condensate but it was much less.
|2083749||2012-07-12||Outstanding Violations - No Viols Req'd||Check the E&S controls and found no problems.|
|2097624||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.
|2130409||2012-12-12||Outstanding Violations - No Viols Req'd|| On September 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.
|2127382||2013-01-04||In Compliance with Policy|| An Administrative Review of this incident revealed the following:
On December 10, 2012, the Department received a telephone report from Nick Staffieri about a small hydraulic spill at Chevronï¾’s Robinhill site. On December 12, 2012, Nick sent an email with more details. According to the report, on December 10, 2012, a subcontractor was unloading a roll-off container when a hydraulic line ruptured spilling about 15 gallons of hydraulic fluid onto the ground at Robinhill #15 & #18 well site. Chevronï¾’s contractor, Weavertown, cleaned the area and put the contaminated soil in to drums. These were transported to an approved transfer facility. Weavertown also took confirmation samples on December 11, 2012.
Upon review of all the information in relation to this spill incident, the operator performed the proper spill reporting requirements and has reported sufficient remediation at the area of release in compliance with the Departments current Spill Policy.
|2133735||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.|
|2134433||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.
|2212397||2013-10-02||No Violations Noted|
|2353958||2015-03-19||No Violations Noted|
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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||4.0||Bbl||CENTRALIZED TREATMENT PLANT FOR RECYCLE||PAR000519462||ADVANCED WASTE SERVICES OF PA LLC||NEW CASTLE||PA|
|2011-1||FRACING FLUID WASTE||725.0||Bbl||CENTRALIZED TREATMENT PLANT FOR RECYCLE||PAR000519462||ADVANCED WASTE SERVICES OF PA LLC||NEW CASTLE||PA|
|2011-1||FRACING FLUID WASTE||1.0||Bbl||REUSE OTHER THAN ROAD SPREADING||REUSE FOR DRILLING OR PLUGGING|
|2011-1||FRACING FLUID WASTE||175.0||Bbl||CENTRALIZED TREATMENT PLANT FOR RECYCLE||WMGR123SW001||RONCO WASTE PROCESSING FACILITY||MASONTOWN||PA|
|2011-1||FRACING FLUID WASTE||4.0||Bbl||CENTRALIZED TREATMENT PLANT FOR RECYCLE||PA0091472||TUNNELTON LIQUIDS TREATMENT FACILITY||SALTSBURG||PA|
|2011-1||PRODUCED FLUID||657.0||Bbl||CENTRALIZED TREATMENT PLANT FOR RECYCLE||HUNTER DISPOSAL||DEXTER CITY||OH|
|2011-1||PRODUCED FLUID||1.0||Bbl||IDENTIFY METHOD IN COMMENTS||34-167-29359||WEST VIRGINIA OIL GATHERING|
|2011-2||FRACING FLUID WASTE||175.0||Bbl||CENTRALIZED TREATMENT PLANT FOR RECYCLE||WMGR123SW001||RONCO WASTE PROCESSING FACILITY||MASONTOWN||PA|
|2011-2||PRODUCED FLUID||9.0||Bbl||INJECTION DISPOSAL WELL||34-121-2-3995||HUNTERS SWIW #5||RENO||OH|
|2012-1||PRODUCED FLUID||3.0||Bbl||INJECTION DISPOSAL WELL||34-121-23995||WARREN DRILLING CO #1 (SWIW #6) HUNTER DISPOSAL||DEXTER CITY||OH|
|2013-1||PRODUCED FLUID||1.0||Bbl||INJECTION DISPOSAL WELL||34-121-23995||WARREN DRILLING CO #1 (SWIW #6)||DEXTER CITY||OH|
|2013-2||PRODUCED FLUID||4.0||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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