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PENNSYLVANIA MARCELLUS SHALE DRILLING

OLD HICKORY RIDGE
HOSKINS, JUNE
UNITS 1H, 2H, 3H,4H, 6H
CHARTIERS TOWNSHIP
WASHINGTON COUNTY
2009
  
YouTube video of a double-flare
at Hoskins well site Dec 5, 2009

production decline from gas wells

 

 
 
 
Great Lakes Energy Partners, LLC sign
Great Lakes Energy Partners, LLC initially signed
many of the Washington County gas leases that
are now owned by RANGE RESOURCES

GPS: 40.24863 -80.2632

Well Name: HOSKINS, JUNE
Well 1H - Permit 125-23690
Well 2H - Permit 125-23032
Well 3H - Permit 125-23735
Well 4H - Permit 125-23691
Well 5H -Permit 125-23822
Well 6H - Permit 125-23692

  

Pa DEP Fine

Permit Num: 125-23032
Municipality: Chartiers
County: Washington
Well Name: Hoskin, June Unit 2H
Company: Range Resources
Incident Date: Sometime before 6/5/2008
Inspection Date: 6/5/2008
Fine Date: 2009-04-02
Fine: $64,000
Group Fine:Yes (25)
Lead Permit: 081-20063 (25)
Violation: Failure to obtain a withdrawal permit prior to withdrawing water from a local stream to help drill the well.
Response: Company obtained a withdrawal permit.

 
 

Source: Pennsylvania DEP Production Reports

Farm Name

Well No.

Product

Vol.

Days

Avg/ Day

End Date

JUNE HOSKIN 1H Gas 440,158 167 2,636 6/30/10
      346,188 184 1,881 12/31/10
      250,777 168 1,493 6/30/11
      229,713 184 1,248 12/31/11
56% drop-off in 29 months     208,656 182 1,146 6/30/12
59% drop-off in 35 months     194,985 181 1,077 12/31/12
63% drop-off in 41 months     175,327 181 968 6/30/13
JUNE HOSKIN 1H Oil 397 154 3 6/30/10
      631 184 3 12/31/10
    Oil 174 168 1 6/30/11
      85 184 .46 12/31/11
      122 182 .67 6/30/12
      44 181 .24 12/31/12
      63 181 .35 6/30/13
JUNE HOSKINS 2H-A Gas 499,319 198 2,522 6/30/10
      334,608 184 1,819 12/31/10
      247,879 170 1,458 6/30/11
      233,912 184 1,271 12/31/11
54% drop-off in 30 months     210,102 182 1,154 6/30/12
58% drop-off in 36 months     191,240 181 1,057 12/31/12
63% drop-off in 42 months     170,694 181 943 6/30/13
JUNE HOSKINS 2H-A Oil 825 152 6 6/30/10
      275 184 1 12/31/10
    Oil 227 170 1 6/30/11
      211 184 1 12/31/11
      122 182 .67 6/30/12
      33 181 .18 12/31/12
      40 181 .22 6/30/13
JUNE HOSKIN 3H Gas 511,375 198 2,583 6/30/10
      356,580 184 1,938 12/31/10
      273,523 170 1,609 6/30/11
      260,337 184 1,415 12/31/11
52% drop-off in 30 months     226,968 182 1,247 6/30/12
56% drop-off in 36 months     207,530 181 1,147 12/31/12
      184,147 181 1,017 6/30/13
JUNE HOSKIN 3H Oil 646 154 4 6/30/10
      706 184 4 12/31/10
    Oil 261 170 2 6/30/11
      66 184 .36 12/31/11
      111 182 .61 6/30/12
      37 181 .20 12/31/12
      61 181 .34 6/30/13
JUNE HOSKIN 4H Gas 533,444 198 2,694 6/30/10
      376,223 184 2,045 12/31/10
      238,785 177 1,349 6/30/11
      171,470 184 932 12/31/11
65% drop-off in 31 months     173,020 182 951 6/30/12
66% drop-off in 37 months     168,096 181 929 12/31/12
68% drop-off in 43 months     155,567 181 859 6/30/13
JUNE HOSKIN 4H Oil 776 154 5 6/30/10
      537 184 3 12/31/10
    Oil 616 177 3 6/30/11
      247 184 1 12/31/11
      86 182 .47 6/30/12
      17 181 .09 12/31/12
      77 181 .43 6/30/13
JUNE HOSKIN 5H Gas 443,560 198 2,240 6/30/10
      257,713 184 1,401 12/31/10
      199,119 169 1,178 6/30/11
      193,985 184 1,054 12/31/11
57% drop-off in 31 months     173,311 182 952 6/30/12
61% drop-off in 37 months     157,986 181 873 12/31/12
65% drop-off in 43 months     141,047 181 779 6/30/13
JUNE HOSKIN 5H Oil 590 154 4 6/30/10
      147 184 1 12/31/10
    Oil 175 169 1 6/30/11
      156 184 .85 12/31/11
      100 182 .55 6/30/12
      25 181 .14 12/31/12
      36 181 .2 6/30/13
JUNE HOSKIN 6H Gas 457,298 198 2,310 6/30/10
      305,746 184 1,662 12/31/10
      168,316 127 1,325 6/30/11
      106,785 184 580 12/31/11
70% drop-off in 29 months     127,379 182 700 6/30/12
68% drop-off in 35 months     133,924 184 728 12/31/12
70% drop-off in 41 months     125,547 181 694 6/30/13
JUNE HOSKIN 6H Oil 2,401 154 16 6/30/10
      1,268 184 7 12/31/10
    Oil 534 127 4 6/30/11
      76 184 .41 12/31/11
      141 182 .77 6/30/12
      46 184 .25 12/31/12
      143 181 .79 6/30/13
 
 
316 PATTERSON-UTI sign
PATTERSON-UTI DRILLING COMPANY, LLC sign
Rig 316
  
  
PATTERSON-UTI DRILL RIG
Patterson-UTI Drilling Company contracts drilling services to independent and major natural gas and oil operators in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Texas, Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Louisiana, Mississippi, Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Utah, Wyoming, and western Canada
  
  
Patterson-UTI Rig #316
PATTERSON-UTI RIG #316
A "triple rig" is able to put three joined 30-foot lengths of
drilling pipe (a 90-foot stand) into a gas well at once.
  
  
Drilling rig on Marcellus Shale
1,000 HORSEPOWER
These 1,000 horsepower drilling rigs have typically
been drilling down over 1-1/4 miles (6,700 feet) and
then horizontally over 1/2 mile (3,000 feet) to reach
Marcellus Shale gas
  
  
Living quarters and accessory buildings near the drill rig
MOBILE HOMES AND OFFICES
These and other trailers will hold personnel and supplies for
24 hour a day, 7 days a week
drilling operations
  
  
Green-colored Baker tanks
PREPARING FOR THE FRAC ATTACK
Green fluid tanks from BAKER have begun
lining up at the drilling site
  
  
Water pumps to move water for hydro-frac
   PUMPS BEGIN TO ARRIVE ON SITE
  
  
Silver water pipes and pumps near gas well site
PIPING WATER FROM AFAR
  
  
Silver-colored water pipes for moving water to Marcellus well pad
DUAL PIPES EXTEND DOWN OVER THE HILL
  
  
Pipes crossing a stream in Chartiers Township
PIPES CROSSING CHARTIERS RUN
Hopefully these pipes won't be carrying any recycled wastewater which has caused fish kills in Washington County due to pipe leaks. Installing backflow preventers would help ensure safer results.
  
  
Row of Baker tanks and temporary fluid pipes
ROW OF BAKER TANKS IN A FIELD BELOW
The silver water pipes lead to these tanks in a field along Rt 519, with one pipe extending further under Rt 519
  

  
Condensate tank battery
March 2010
  
  
NEARBY SITES
Weimer Unit
Carol Baker Impoundment
 
  

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