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WARD, HAROLD UNIT 1H-7H
CANTON TOWNSHIP
WASHINGTON COUNTY
2009 - 2010 - 2011

Fast gas liquids decline in Marcellus shale wells
 
 
RANGE RESOURCES
WARD, HAROLD UNIT 1H-8H

GPS: 40.22928 -80.3233

WARD, HAROLD UNIT 1H OG WELL  125-23151
WARD, HAROLD UNIT 2H OG WELL  125-23224
WARD, HAROLD UNIT 3H OG WELL  125-24119
WARD, HAROLD UNIT 4H OG WELL  125-23975
WARD, HAROLD UNIT 5H OG WELL  125-24329
WARD, HAROLD UNIT 6H OG WELL  125-23974
WARD, HAROLD UNIT 7H OG WELL  125-23976
WARD, HAROLD UNIT 8H OG WELL  125-24070


 
 

Source: Pennsylvania DEP Production Reports

Farm Name

Well No.

Product

Vol.

Days

Avg/Day

End Date

HAROLD WARD

1H

Gas

692,793

365

1,898

6/30/10

     

287,517

184

1,563

12/31/10

     

196,684

154

1,277

6/30/11

     

83,736

132

634

12/31/11

63% drop-off in 33 months

   

126,922

182

697

6/30/12

62% drop-off in 39 months

   

131,929

184

717

12/31/12

63% drop-off in 45 months

   

125,442

181

693

6/30/13

HAROLD WARD

1H

Oil

4,842

365

13

6/30/10

    Cond.

1,301

184

7

12/31/10

    Oil

1,037

154

7

6/30/11

     

412

132

3

12/31/11

 

   

423

182

2

6/30/12
     

334

184

2

12/31/12
     

442

181

2

6/30/13

HAROLD WARD

2H

Gas

472,963

365

1,296

6/30/10

     

189,940

184

1,032

12/31/10

     

145,239

169

859

6/30/11

     

76,354

145

527

12/31/11

60% drop-off in 35 months

   

95,443

182

524

6/30/12

60% drop-off in 41 months

   

95,346

184

518

12/31/12

62% drop-off in 47 months

   

89,363

181

493

6/30/13

HAROLD WARD

2H

Oil

4,842

365

13

6/30/10

    Cond.

1,301

184

7

12/31/10

 

 

Oil

1,092

169

6

6/30/11

     

518

145

4

12/31/11

 

   

423

182

2

6/30/12
     

334

184

2

12/31/12
     

442

181

2

6/30/13

HAROLD WARD

3H

Gas

396,870

157

2,528

12/31/11

34% drop-off in 11 months

   

301,979

182

1,659

6/30/12

46% drop-off in 17 months

   

249,510

184

1,356

12/31/12

44% drop-off in 23 months

   

246,590

174

1,417

6/30/13

HAROLD WARD

3H

Oil

2,610

157

17

12/31/11

 

   

1,985

182

11

6/30/12
     

1,636

184

9

12/31/12
     

1,057

174

6

6/30/13

HAROLD WARD

4H

Gas

391,897

157

2,496

12/31/11

34% drop-off in 11 months

   

296,490

182

1,629

6/30/12

47% drop-off in 17 months

   

242,939

184

1,320

12/31/12

45% drop-off in 23 months

   

236,936

173

1,370

6/30/13

HAROLD WARD

4H

Oil

2,316

157

15

12/31/11

 

   

1,126

182

6

6/30/12
     

838

184

4.6

12/31/12
     

746

173

4

6/30/13

HAROLD WARD

5H

Gas

328,440

140

2,346

12/31/11

31% drop-off in 11 months

   

292474

182

1,607

6/30/12

38% drop-off in 17 months

   

267,707

184

1,455

12/31/12

38% drop-off in 23 months

   

252,050

174

1,449

6/30/13

HAROLD WARD

5H

Oil

6,774

140

48

12/31/11

 

   

3,472

182

19

6/30/12
     

2,039

184

11

12/31/12
     

1,290

174

7

6/30/13

HAROLD WARD

6H

Gas

348,679

136

2,564

12/31/11

39% drop-off in 11 months

   

283,566

182

1,558

6/30/12

46% drop-off in 17 months

   

253,073

184

1,375

12/31/12

48% drop-off in 23 months

   

230,049

174

1,322

6/30/13

HAROLD WARD

6H

Oil

1,300

136

10

12/31/11

 

   

2,004

182

11

6/30/12
     

1,823

184

10

12/31/12
     

890

174

5

6/30/13

HAROLD WARD

7H

Gas

406,538

149

2,728

12/31/11

35% drop-off in 11 months

   

320,547

182

1,761

6/30/12

49% drop-off in 17 months

   

255,684

184

1,390

12/31/12

49% drop-off in 17 months

   

237,590

174

1,365

6/30/13

HAROLD WARD

7H

Oil

3,723

149

25

12/31/11

 

   

1,347

182

7

6/30/12
     

738

184

4

12/31/12
     

667

174

4

6/30/13

HAROLD WARD

8H

Gas

352,263

139

2,534

12/31/11

29% drop-off in 11 months

   

328,417

182

1,804

6/30/12

41% drop-off in 17 months

   

272,994

184

1,484

12/31/12

45% drop-off in 23 months

   

243,033

174

1,397

6/30/13

HAROLD WARD

8H

Oil

2,378

139

13

12/31/11

 

   

2,716

182

15

6/30/12
     

2,305

184

13

12/31/12
     

1,316

174

8

6/30/13
 
 
 
 
 
 
Harold Ward well sign 3H - 8H
 
 
 
 
First two Ward wells
 
 
December 2010
 
 
Initial drilling begins on second phase of Ward wells
 
 
Drilling equipment on pad
 
 
New gas pipeline right-of-way to left of drilling pad
 
 
Patterson-UTI Rig 256
 
 
Flow Pit on production pad
 
 
Triple flares at a Marcellus Shale gas well location
Triple flares in early August 2011
2 candlestick flares and 1 'birthday cake' flare
 
 
ADDITIONAL DATA FOR HAROLD WARD 3H

True Vertical Depth: 6,440 feet
Total Water Volume: 3,663,597 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

 
 
restored well pad
Harold Ward Unit - April 12, 2013
 
 
solar panels
Gas well production uses solar
 
 
more gas pipelines
Pipeline construction next to the Ward Unit
April 6, 2013
 
 
gas pipe
Green gas pipe awaiting welding and burial
 
 
 
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