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OHIO VALLEY LUTHERAN BIBLE CAMP
AGAPE ROAD
MT PLEASANT TOWNSHIP
WASHINGTON COUNTY
Flared December 2011
 
shale gas production decline
 
 
RANGE RESOURCES APPALACHIA

OHIO VALLEY LUTHERAN BIBLE CAMP

GPS: 40.27705 -80.3497

OHIO VALLEY LBC UNIT 8H OG WELL    125-24145
OHIO VALLEY LBC UNIT 11H OG WELL  125-24148
OHIO VALLEY LBC UNIT 12H OG WELL  125-24147
OHIO VALLEY LBC UNIT 14H OG WELL  125-24146
OHIO VALLEY LBC UNIT 15H OG WELL  125-24149
OHIO VALLEY LBC UNIT 16H OG WELL  125-24144

OHIO VALLEY LBC UNIT 1 OG WELL  125-22420
9-20-11 Well Plugging Notice Intent to Plug Single Well
OHIO VALLEY LBC UNIT 2A OG WELL  125-22414
9-20-11 Well Plugging Notice Intent to Plug Single Well
OHIO VALLEY LBC UNIT 3 OG WELL  125-22415
9-20-11 Well Plugging Notice Intent to Plug Single Well
OHIO VALLEY LBC UNIT 4 OG WELL  125-22433
9-20-11 Well Plugging Notice Intent to Plug Single Well
OHIO VALLEY LBC UNIT 6 OG WELL  125-22495
9-20-11 Well Plugging Notice Intent to Plug Single Well

 
 
 

Source: Pennsylvania DEP Production Reports

Farm Name

Well No.

Product

Vol.

Days

Avg/ Day

End Date

OHIO VALLEY LBC 8H Gas 55,957 31 1,805 12/31/11
44% drop-off in 7 months     180,521 180 1,003 6/30/12
59% drop-off in 13 months     137,217 184 746 12/31/12
65% drop-off in 19 months     114,766 181 634 6/30/13
OHIO VALLEY LBC 8H Oil 2,156 31 70 12/31/11
      5,457 180 30 6/30/12
      4,701 184 26 12/31/12
      3,514 181 19 6/30/13
OHIO VALLEY LBC 11H Gas 40,962 32 1,280 12/31/11
46% drop-off in 7 months     124,894 181 690 6/30/12
55% drop-off in 13 months     105,369 184 573 12/31/12
60% drop-off in 19 months     93,222 181 515 6/30/13
OHIO VALLEY LBC 11H Oil 2,144 32 67 12/31/11
      4,280 181 24 6/30/12
      2,438 184 13 12/31/12
      2,137 181 12 6/30/13
OHIO VALLEY LBC 12H Gas 62,651 34 1,843 12/31/11
41% drop-off in 7 months     197,997 181 1,094 6/30/12
50% drop-off in 13 months     170,733 184 928 12/31/12
53% drop-off in 19 months     155,967 181 862 6/30/13
OHIO VALLEY LBC 12H Oil 2,512 34 74 12/31/11
      5,710 181 32 6/30/12
      4,947 184 27 12/31/12
      4,592 181 25 6/30/13
OHIO VALLEY LBC 14H Gas 48,307 32 1,510 12/31/11
42% drop-off in 7 months     156,434 180 869 6/30/12
51% drop-off in 13 months     135,838 184 738 12/31/12
57% drop-off in 19 months     117,755 181 651 6/30/13
OHIO VALLEY LBC 14H Oil 2,134 32 67 12/31/11
      5,139 180 29 6/30/12
      3,689 184 20 12/31/12
      1,785 181 10 6/30/13
OHIO VALLEY LBC 15H Gas 46,885 31 1,512 12/31/11
41% drop-off in 7 months     161,532 181 892 6/30/12
54% drop-off in 13 months     128,433 184 698 12/31/12
60% drop-off in 19 months     110,102 181 608 6/30/13
OHIO VALLEY LBC 15H Oil 2,113 31 68 12/31/11
      5,963 181 33 6/30/12
      4,414 184 24 12/31/12
      3,695 181 20 6/30/13
OHIO VALLEY LBC 16H Gas 66,178 34 1,946 12/31/11
43% drop-off in 7 months     198,117 180 1,101 6/30/12
56% drop-off in 13 months     158,374 184 861 12/31/12
59% drop-off in 19 months     145,790 181 805 6/30/13
OHIO VALLEY LBC 16H Oil 2,167 34 64 12/31/11
      5,668 180 31 6/30/12
      3,616 184 20 12/31/12
      3,838 181 21 6/30/13
 
 
Photos of Camp Agape Bible camp on Agape Road near Hickory, Pa. Work began in late summer of 2010 to clearcut mature woodlands in order to create a Marcellus Shale drilling pad and access road. The location was permitted for 6 horizontal Marcellus Shale gas wells.
 

SCHOOL BUS CRASH ON AGAPE ROAD

October 11, 2011 - Sixteen students from Ft Cherry School District escaped injury Monday morning thanks in part to their school bus driver, who took action to avoid an oncoming truck that sideswiped the bus along Agape Road in Mt. Pleasant Township.

The bus driver stopped and pulled over as far as possible when she saw a truck owned by Fluid Delivery Solutions of Oakdale coming down the narrow road. The truck collided with the side of the bus despite McCrory's efforts. Police said speed was not a factor in the crash; however, truck driver Gregory Hetrick, 22, of South Park, will be cited for driving with a suspended license.

(Newspaper story link was removed)

 
OHIO VALLEY BIBLE CAMP
 
 
CAMP AGAPE - Bible camp
CAMP AGAPE
SOUTHWESTERN PENNSYLVANIA SYNOD
 
 
YouTube Video of drilling site excavation
 
 
 
Camp Agape access road excavation
Drilling access road cut into
Camp Agape Bible Camp
 
 
Trees to sawdust
Piles of chipped up trees
 
 
Ohio Valley Lutheran Bible Camp
New sign
 
 
Camp Agape drilling rig
Drilling in Camp Agape
August 2011
 
 
Flare burning
December 5, 2011
 
 
pipeline construction
New gathering pipeline from wells
along Agape Road - 12/5/11
 
 
gathering gas line
New pipeline continues down hill from
Agape Road toward Caldwell Road
 
 
December 2011
OHIO VALLEY LUTHERAN BIBLE CAMP
 
Camp Agape drilling pad
The access road, drilling pad and pipeline construction
 have removed a considerable amount of timber from
Camp Agape
 
Marcellus pad
Camp Agape drilling pad
 
Marcellus Shale gas well pad
Battery of 6 condensate tanks and a dehy unit
 
Excavation for Marcellus drilling
Eight frac tanks are still bunched on the
drilling location along with a flare
 
A gathering line leaves the well pad and crosses
Agape Road, then proceeds down through a
field toward Caldwell Road
 
 
ADDITIONAL DATA FOR
OHIO VALLEY LBC UNIT 8H WELL

True Vertical Depth: 6,409 feet
Total Water Volume: 2,603,404 gallons

SOME OF THE CHEMICALS USED
Source of chemical list: FracFocus
Chemical descriptions: Multiple sources
TRADE NAME PURPOSE INGREDIENTS CHEMICAL ABSTRACT SERVICE NUMBER (CAS #)
37% HCL Cleans perforation HCL 7647-01-0
CI-100 Corrosion Inhibitor Methanol 67-56-1
   

Methanol has a high toxicity in humans. If ingested the median lethal dose is typically 4 fl oz.

    Propargyl Alcohol 107-19-7
   

Propargyl alcohol is a primary skin irritant and a severe eye and mucous membrane irritant. It is toxic by ingestion, inhalation, and skin adsorption. The oral LD50 for rats is 70 mg/kg (WARNING LABEL Moderate Toxicity).

MC B-8520 Antibacterial Agent 4,4-Dimethyloxazolidine 51200-87-4
   

Dimethyloxazolidine has been placed in Toxicity Category I for its effects as a severe eye irritant. 4,4-Dimethyloxazolidine is slightly to moderately toxic to birds on an acute basis and slightly toxic on a subacute basis. It demonstrates slight toxicity to both cold and warm freshwater fish, and is slightly toxic to freshwater invertebrates on an acute basis.

    3,4,4-Trimethyloxazolodine 75673-43-7
    2-Amino-2-methyl-1-propanol 124-68-5
   

AMP (2-Amino-2-methyl-1-propanol) is a skin irritant, severe eye irritant, and toxic by ingestion. Causes severe irritation. Inhalation may be fatal as a result of spasm, inflammation, and edema of laryns and bronchi, chemical pneumonitis, and pulmonary edema. Symptoms of exposure may include burning sensation, coughing, wheezing, laryngitis, shortness of breath, headache, nausea and vomiting.

    Formaldehyde Amine 56652-26-7
MC B-8650 Antibacterial Agent Glutaraldehyde 111-30-8
   

The following health effects have been reported in hospital workers exposed to glutaraldehyde: Throat and lung irritation; Asthma, asthma-like symptoms, and breathing difficulty; Nose irritation, sneezing, and wheezing; Nosebleed; Burning eyes and conjunctivitis; Rash-contact and/or allergic dermatitis; Staining of the hands (brownish or tan); Hives; Headaches and Nausea.

    Methanol 67-56-1
   

Methanol has a high toxicity in humans. If ingested the median lethal dose is typically 4 fl oz.

Chemicals in Natural Gas Operations

 
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