EPA-520/9-74-020
          COMPILATION OF
    INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
         INJECTION WELLS IN
         THE UNITED STATES
                VOLUME 2
               UNITED STATES
       ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
             Washington D.C. 20460

                   1974

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          EPA-520/9-74-020
             October 1974
             VOLUME  2
   Compilation of Industrial and Municipal
     Injection Wells in the United States
United States Environmental Protection Agency
    Office of Water Program Operations
 Oil and Special Materials Control Division
      Special Sources Control Branch
         Washington,  D.  C.  20460

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                           Data

The following data is arranged alphabetically by state and
numerically within each state to following the system
developed by Warner (1972).  The data is presented in a
four (4) page format; each page is labelled a-d.  In the  event
that sufficient data is lacking to complete  a page of this format
that page has been deleted.

The codes used with permit status and operating status are
those used in Tables 1 and 2 respectively.

This data is also available through the STORET/GPSF computer
file of EPA.  Information on retrieval may be obtained from the
STORET User Assistance  Group,  Division of Monitoring and Data
Support, EPA Headquarters.

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                                            Well  Id. Code:
                                                                   MI-18
                    COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
 Permit Status:	PJJ;
 Operating Company
                   Operational Status:
                                        QL
  and Address:  Michigan Chemical Corporation
                St. Louis. Michigan	
 I.   GENERAL IDENTIPICATION DATA
 1.   Entry Date of Data:  (Day)	01.
 2.   Latitude and Longitude:   N/A
                 (Month)	06
                                      (Year)	73
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description):   NW 1/4, NW 1/4. NE 1/4, Sec. 23, TIZN"
      R2W.
     County;   Gratiot
                    State;  Michigan
 5.   SIC Classification;   2818
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type of Waste Injected;   Waste effluent from the processing of natural brines
 2.  Date Well Permitted: __
 3.  Injection Rate:  320sooo gpy
                         Completed:
     Injection Pressure;   Vacuum
 5.  Total Depth of Well:  3762 ft,
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone;   Dundee, Devonian. 3422
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)	
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:   N/A
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day) N/A
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;  N/A
                  (Month)   05
                  (Month)
                                     (Year)   67
                                                (Gallons)
                                    TYeary
 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
  Marshall
  Coldwater
  Antrim
  Traverse
  Dundee
(b)


5?LS~
Mississippian

Mississippian
Devonian	
Devonian	
Devonian
               (C)
               Depth
(d)
Thickness
(e)
Llthologlc Description
 sandstone	

 shale	
 shale	
 cherty limestone	
 dolomite
                                     (a)

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                                             WIC
                                           MI-18
    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                        iflnincE Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Llthostatic Pressure, psi
(6) ftrdrofracturing Pressure, psi
i 7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ndllidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution
Dundee
3422
341 open hole
0.45 psi/ft. est.
1.0 psi/ft. est.
1.0 psi/ft. est.
Devonian



dolomite/ limes tone


Coldwater, Antrim





Miss . -Devonian



shale & carbonates ,
extensive

    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:   Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers

                                    Areal     Llthologic
Name            Depth    Thickness  Extent    Character
Marshall                                      sandstone
                                      Fluid
                                      Character
                                      freshwater for
                                      municipal use
    Mineral Resources in Area:  Coal bearing Pennsylvanian strata are located
      in the  area  of  the  disposal well.  Small oil and gas pools are also found
      in the  area.
5.  Location of Other VfeHs, Abandoned Wells, and Other renetrations in
    Immediate Ifydrologically Affected Area:  N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity); Waste effluent  from  the
      processing of natural  brines.  Calcium chlorides brine.
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity:
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH;   N/A
      1.2
N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Tbxlclty:    Recommended  limit  of  CaCl2  in  drinking water  500 mg/1
 .  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Corponents:
5.  Degradablllty Level and Rate:
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
       Probably  not  sterile  at  injection; 'bacterial  activity  minimal.

7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment:_
                                   Sedimentation ana  nitration.
V.  WEIX DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface             17-1/2	  H-40  46  ///ft.	  13-3/8      704
Intermediate       _u	   J-55   36  ///ft.	  8-5/8       3421

  lection                                                   ~374
   ier
IhJ(
Obhi                	  	  	  	

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon;  13-3/8
     casing  -  525  cu.  ft.  cement. -  8-5/8  casing  -  580  cu. ft.  cement.	


3.  fell Head Equipment (Name and Models);  N/A
 .  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:    N/A
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;   N/A"
VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIFMEMT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;' N/A
2.  Filters:   N/A
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps;  N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s) 9/2/69	  Average   95	  Maximum	
     "       10/69	            187
     11       11/69	            223
     it                   
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During life of Well to Present)

    Date(s) 9/69	  Average  Vac	  Maximum
     "       10/69        '           Vac                   150
     11       11/69                   Vac	           155
     n       ~                     -         ^___
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_     N/A	B.  19_  	C.  19__

VIII,  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Pressure and volume monitors


    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads; N/A
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;  N/A
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A*  Construction Requirements;  Completed,  equipped  and maintained  in a manner
           that will  prevent  pollution  of  fresh water  or endanger any natural
           resources.
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:  N/A
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;   Must operate  as
                                     (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                                                                  MI-19
                   COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                                           UNITED
Permit Status:
                PDR
                                        Operational Status:
Operating Company Name and Address;  Semet-Soivey Division'
                                     Allied Chemical Company
I.  (JENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA
1.
2.
3.
5.
II.
1.
2.
3.
H.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Entry Date of Data: (Day) 01 (Month) 06 (Year)
Latitude and Longitude: 42015'30"/83007I30"
Well Location (Legal Description): N/A

County: Wayne State: Michigan
SIC Classification: 2815
GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE
Type of Waste Injected: Waste effluent from the manufacture
lurgical coke and by-product chemicals.

Date Well Permitted: 6/69 Completed:
Injection Rate: 100,000 - 150,000 gal. /day
Injection Pressure: N/A
Total Depth of Well: 4112 ft.
Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone: Mt. Simon, Cambrian,

Date Injection Began: (Day) (Month) 06 (Year)
Total Volume Injected to Date: N/A
Date Injection Ceased: (Day) N/A (Month) (Year)
Previous Mode of Disposal: N/A

73





of metal-






4040

69
(Gallons)



HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 Dundee
 Detroit R.
 Sylvan!a
 Bass Island
 Salina
 Niagaran Series
 Cincinnatian
 Trenton
 Eau Claire	
 Mt. Simon
                     (b)
                     Age.
                     Pleistocene
                     Devonian
                     Devonian
                     Devonian
                     Silurian
                     Silurian
                     Silurian
                     Ordovician
                     Ordovician
                     Cambrian
                     Cambrian
(c)
Depth
104
170
548
620
980
(d)
Thickness
104
66
378
72
360
1320

2300
2910
3815
590
630
250
4040
(e)
Lithologlc Description
 clay/gravel
 limestone	
 limestone
 sandstone	
 dolomite	
 anhydrite, halite	
 cherty limestone	
 limestone/shale	
 limestone
 sandstone	
 sandstone
                                    (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Uhit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                            Confinine Bed
U) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Pt.)
(*T) Pbrmatlon Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
C6) ftrdrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Uhit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, raillldarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution
Mt. Simon & Eau Cla
3815
348 (open hole)
0.45 psi/ft. est.
1.0 psi/ft. est.
1.0 psi/ft. est.
Cambrian



sandstone
widespread

Lre Bass Is. -Trenton
620
3764 (casing point)



Silurian-Ordovician



limestone, dolomite


    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


                Depth
                   Areal
        Thickness  Extent
                    Lithologic
                    Character
Fluid
Character
                          104
                              clay/sand/gravel
 Sylvania
548
72
                                               sandstone
4.  Mineral Resources in Area:
      of the disposal site.
                 There are a few small oil and gas pools west
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area;   N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);   2000 mg/l ci, 9500 mg/i
      Ammoniaf 100 ppm phenol, viscosity at 20C 1.12 cp; waste effluent from the
      mann fart-iire of metallurgical coke and by-product chemicals.	
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/l:   3450	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/l;   3350	
    C.  Specific Gravity;    1.01	
    D.  Temperature:   N/A	
    E.  pH;    9.8	
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxlclty:   N/A
 .  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:
5.  Degradablllty Level and Rate;
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      N/A	.	

7.  Pre-lJiJectlon Waste Treatment;   N/A
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing
Surface
Intermediate
Inj
Oth
   ectlon
Hole
Size
17-1/2



Casing or Tubing
Welgit and Grade
H-40 40 ///ft.
J-55 24 ///ft.
J-55 14 ///ft.
J-55 6.5 ///ft.
Size
13-3/8
8-5/8
5
2-1/2
Depth
Set
121
1774
3764
4106

   ier

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon: 13-3/8  in.
      casing - 1315 sks - 8-5/8 in.  casing - 5455sks.	
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);   N/A
  .  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:   Baker Model TTAT
      packer at 3720 ft.	'	
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;   Perforated completion 3754 ft. to 4106.	

6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;    Mt. simon acidization
       5.000 gal. Mt. Simon-buffer injection (8,400 gal, freshwater).

VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;   N/A
2.  Filters:
                                     (0

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3.  Pumps:   N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19__       N/A	B.  19_  	C.

VIII.  SAFEIY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;   N/A
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  N/A
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;  N/A
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements:   Completed, equipped and maintained in a
          manner  that will prevent pollution of fresh water or endanger any
          natural resources.
    B.  Monitoring Requirements;  N/A
    C.  Restrictions Of Operation Procedures;   Must operate as permitted.
                                     (d)

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                                            Well Id.  Code:
                                                                  MI-20
                               OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                 PDR
 Permit Status:
 Operating Compary Name and Address:


 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date  of Data: (Day)  01
 2.   Latitude and Longitude:
INJECTION WEuLS IN THE UNITED STATES

                    Operational Status:
                DN
                                      Glaser Crandell Co.
                                      Mattawan, Michigan
                                      (Month)
   06
                             N/A
                                       (Year)	73
3.  Well Location (Legal Description):
       R13 W
                                          NW 1/4, SE 1/4, NW 1/4, Sec. 13, T3S,
l|.  County:  Van  Buren
                                          State;   Michigan
5,  SIC Classification;  2035
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE
1.  Type of Waste Injected:
       relishes.
                               Waste from the production of pickles and
2.  Date Wen Permitted;  6/68
3.  Ihjection Rate:  108,ooo
                                               Completed:
    Injection Pressure;  N/A
5.  Total Depth of Well; 1660 ft.
6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection zone;   Detroit River, Devonian, 1442.
                                       (MonEhT
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)	
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date;
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)  N/A  (Month)
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:  N/A    	"
    05
                                     N/A
                                      (Year)  58
                        (OallonsT
                                                         TYear),
      GEOLOGIC INFORMATION
1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
"Drift
Coldwater
Antrim
Traverse
Detroit R.
                      (b)            (c)
                      Age            Depth
                      Pleistocene     0
                      Mississippian   303
                      Devonian	   1095
                      Devonian	   1206
                      Devonian        1442
(d)
Thickness
300	
792	
111
237
                                     (e)
                                     Lithologic Description
                                     clay/gravel	
                                     shale	
                                     shale	
                                     cherty limestone	
                                     limestone
                                    (a)

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    B.  Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Inflection Unit
                                                             Conflnlnff Bed
U) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
5) Thickness (Pt.)
5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
7) Age of Chit
(8) Porosity %
9) Permeability, ralllidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, "C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Detroit R.
1442
Only 3 ft. perforat
0.45 psi/ft. est.
1.0 psi/ft. est.
1.0 psi/ft. est.
Devonian



limestone


Coldwater-Traverse

ed



Miss. -Devonian



shale & limestone,
widespread

    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
 Drift
                                    Areal
                         Thickness  Extent
                          300
Lithologlc
Character
sand/gravel
Fluid
Character
4.  Mineral Resources in Area:   There  are  several  large  oil  and  gas  accumulations
      in the  vicinity of  the disposal well.                        "~~"~~
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area;   N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):   Waste from the
      nrnA,if + inn of pickles  and relishes.  		
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;   N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity:
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH;   N/A
                            N/A
                       N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Tbxicity:   Insufficient  data  tn  completely assess waste characteristics.


4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:  N/A
5.  Degradablllty Level and Rate;  N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
       N/A   	

7.  Pre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment;  N/A
V.  WELL DESIGN AND OONSTOUCTION

1.  Casing and TUbing

                   Hole            Casing or Hiblng                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       3et
Surface            	  	  10-1/2     362
Intermediate
   ection                                                   7          1651
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon; sur. 225 sks,
      inj. 426 cu.  ft.	


3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);  N/A
    Backers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;   N/A
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:   Perforated completion 6 holes from 1627 to 1630 ft.

6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  Acidization - 1000 gal.
      Super X. 28% HC1 1651 to 1773 ft.	

VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIIMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;   N/A	
2.  Filters:
                                     (0

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3.  Pumps;  N/A	
VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
     n
     it
     n
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
     n
3*  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_  	B.  19__  	C.  19.
VIII,  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation^
3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:
                                      (d)

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                                             Well Id.  Code:    Mi-21
                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION WETT-S IN THE UNITED STATES"

 Permit Status;    FDR	Operational Status:   DN
 Operating Company Name and Address: DOW chemical Co..
                                     Midland. Michigan	

 I.   GENERAL IDBmPICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data: (Day)   01    (Month)  06	(Year)	7_3_
 2.   Latitude and Longitude;  43e35'25"/84005'07"
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description);  sw 1/4. NW 1/4. sw 1/4. Sec 21. T14N. R2E

 i|.  County:   Midland                    State;   Midland
 5.  SIC Classification;  4950	

 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type of Waste Injected:  Waste from oil refinery and salt mining operation.


 2.  Date Well Permitted;                      Completed;  5/7/52                "
 3.  Injection Rate;   N/A
     Injection Pressure;    N/A
 5.  Total Depth of Well:   3740^
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:  Dundee, Devonian
                                              37151	__	
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)   N/A  (MonEnT"           (Year)
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:   N/'A      	           (Gallons)'
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Month)            (Year)     	
10.  Previous Mode Of Disposal;  This is a stand-by well	
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
  Marshall	  Mississippian    1200   	  sandstone	
  Dundee              Devonian         3580               limestone
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                         Confinine Bed
U) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Pt.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Llthostatic Pressure, psl
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, "C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Dundee
3715
158
U.45 psl/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Devonian



limestone
widespread


1300


*

Miss. - Dev.



shale., limestone.
and sandstone
widespread
    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids;   Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
Saginaw
Parma
Marshall
             795
             1180
           Thickness
             90
             80
             120
                                Areal
                                Extent
Llthologic
Character
sandstone
sandstone
sandstone
Fluid
Character
ft.  Mineral Resources in Area;  Highly saline brines are pumped from Devonian
     age rocks and used as a source for chemical products          	
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area:  N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity): Waste from oil refinery and
    salt mining operations.  Organic waste with phenol, brine, propylene	
    oxidef methyl cellulose and organic wash.
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   N/A	
        Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:
        Specific Gravity:
        Temperature:
        pH:
B.
C.
D.
E.
             N/A
                          N/A
           N/A
N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:  Phenols fatal to humans at 1.5 grams	


4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;  Corrossive
5.  Degradabllity Level and Rate: Phenols degrade in 1-7 days at 20 C.  slower
     under anaerobic conditions	

6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Minimal	

7.  Pre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment:   settling. PH control
V.  VEIL DESIGN AND (INSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface                                                     10-3/4      1265
Intermediate       		  _7	   3545

  fectlon
Inject
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
     10-3/4" casing - 600 sks;  7"casing - 260 sks	"
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models); N/A
 .  Packers, Centrallzers. and Other Subsurface Equipment;  N/A
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;  Perforated completion
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing , Acidizing Programs, etc.:  10,000 gal 2% HF
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE
1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;   Two holding basins
2.  Filters:   N/A
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:	

VII.  OPEKATIOK CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
     n
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19__  	B.  19__  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INPORMATIQN
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;
3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:
                                     (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                   COMPgjaJION OF ypUSTRIAL Ay MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNilteD STATE?

 Permit Status:   PDR                    Operational Status:
 Operating Company Name and Address;  DOW Chemical  Company
                                     Midland, Michigan	

 I.   GENERAL liJWrJJALCATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data:  (Day)   01     (Month)   06	(tear)	73_
 2.   Latitude and Longitude;   43035'25"/8705fff7Tr"
 3.   Wen Location (Legal Description);    sw 1/4. NWi/4, sw 1/4.  Sec.  21,  TUN.
      R2E		
 it.   County;   Midland     	           State:   Michigan
 5.   SIC Classification;   4950           	

 II.   GENERAL DATA ON WELL SHE

 1.   Type Of  Waste Injected:   Oil refinery and brine processing.	
 2.  Date Well Permitted;   1967	Completed:
 3.  Injection Rate;   50 mgd
     Injection Pressure;    835 psi
 5.  Total Depth of Well;    4299 ft.
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone;   Dundee.Devonian - 3865 ft.
 7.  Date Injection Began:  (Day)	(Month)             (Year)    67
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:   203.130.910    (3/1/73)          (Gallons)
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)  N/A   (Month)             (Year)
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;   N/A	
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)          (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Lithologlc Description
  Marshall            Mississippian  1200     _________  sandstone	
  Dundee              Devonian       3580                 limestone
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                             Conflnincr Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
C6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ndllldarcles
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Dundee
1865
70-108



Devonian
16-17
100

limestone



1100




Hiss. -Devonian



shale, limestone,
sandstone, widespread

    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
 Saginaw
 Parma
 Marshall
Depth
 240
 795
 1180
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
 90
 80
 120
Lithologic
Character
sandstone
sandstone
sandstone
Fluid
Character
    Mineral Resources in Area:
                 N/A
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area;   N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  Oil  refinery  and  brine
      processing.  Organic wastes consisting of  phenol,  propylene  oxide,  methyl
      cellulose, and wash water and spent brines.	
    Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1: .N/A	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;  N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity;   N/A	
    D.  Temperature:    N/A                                                  ~
    E.  pH;   N/A	
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxlclty:   Chlorides in domestic water  supply  should be  approximately 250
      mg/1,  total dose of 1.5 grams  of  phenol  may be  fatal  to humans.

4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components :   Possible  corrosion of
       metalic components.
5.  ppgrftriqhlllty Level and Rate:  Pheno   degrades  in    to  7  days at  2CTC,
      5-19 days at 4C,  and at  lower  rates In  anaerobic  environment.            ""

6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not sterile at injection;  bacterial  activity minimal. _

7.  Pre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment:   N/A
V.  WEIL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing
Surface
Intermediate

  lection
Bole
Size




Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade

28 If/ft.
24 ///ft.

Size
14
8-5/8
7
5-1/2
Depth
Set
264
1398
3983
3251

Other

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon;  a inch
      casing - 50 sks.  - 7" casing - 150 sks.	     	
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name andModels):   N/A
M.  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:    Anruius  filled  with
      water solution of sodium dichromate;  Baker Model  "F" Retention and	
      Production Packer @ 3250'.                                 ~~	

5.  Bottom Hole Completion:  N/A                                 
6.  Ifydraulic Practurlng, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  N/A~
VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;  2 holding tanks.
2.  Filters:
                                     (O

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3.  Pumps :  N/A
VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   2/69 _  Average  213 _  Maximum
     "        2/70	           188
     "        2/71	           90
     it
              2/72	         	97
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   2/69	  Average   620	  Maximum
     "        2/70	            630
     "        2/71	            620
     "        2/72                    590
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19J2    50,606.450      B.  19J1     50,330,340  C.  19_7_0    47.502,815

VIII.  SAFEIY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  N/A	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  N/A
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:	standby well

3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;   Constructed,  equipped and maintained in  a
          manner that will prevent pollution of freshwater or endanger any	
          natural resources.
    B.  Monitoring Requirements;   N/A
    C.  Restrictions Of Operation Procedures;  Must operate as permitted,
                                      (d)

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                                             Well Id.  Code:	Mi-23

                    COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
 Permit Status;   PDR	Operational Status:
 Operating Company  Name and Address:  DOW chemical Company
                                      Midland, Michigan	

 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data: (Day) 01      (Month)  06	(fear)	73_
 2.   Latitude and Longitude;  4335'25"/8705fT)7Tr
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description):  SE 1/4, sw 1/4, NE 1/4, Sec. 27, TIAS,
      R3E.	^	
 1.  County;  Midland                     State;  Michigan                    "
 5.  SIC Classification;  4950	

 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type of Waste Injected;   Oil refining and salt mining - brine disposal.
 2.  Date Well Permitted;    12/3/51	Completed:
 3.  Injection Rate;   68 gpm
     Injection Pressure;   685 psi
 5.  Total Depth of Well;   5150  ft.
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone;  Sylvania, Devonian, 4925

 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)	(Month)    05       (Year)  60"
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date;   271  311.955    (1/73)            (Gallons)'
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)  N/A"  (Month)            (Year)      	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:    N/A	 '"'          	
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Unj-t
(1) Kame
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psl
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(B) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution
Svlvania
40 2 S
187



DP von Ian



sandstone















    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids;   N/A
3.  Gteohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
             Areal
  Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
4.  Mineral Resources in Area:  N/A
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area;  N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);   oil refining and salt
      mining.	
2.  PhysicaVChemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:   N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:   NTT
    C.  Specific Gravity;   N/A	
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH:   N/A
N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Tbxlcity;  N/A	


ft.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;   N/A        ~    """""
5.  Degradablllty Level and Rate:
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      N/A	

7  Pre-injectlon Waste Treatment:    Sedimentation and pH control.
V.  WELL DESIGN AND COMSTOUCTION

1.  Casing and TUblng

                   Hole            Casing or TXiblng                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface	    40 ///ft.	   10-3/4      1380
Intermediate       	    20 ///ft.	  _7	  4898

  lection                 ~~~~~~~~"~~~~~~~~~~   5-1/2       4926
Inject
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:  sur.  -
      650 sks.  - intermed.  - 600 sks.
3.  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models);   N/A
ft.  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;    Hook Wall Packer at
      4822 ft.  on 7 inch tubing  - annular area filled with sodium bichromate.
      Packer Model Baker AC @ 4898 on  5-1/2 inch  tubing.

5.  Bottom Hole Completion:   Open hole
 6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;   Acidization - 10,000  gal.
       of 20% HC1 9/7/51.	

 VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIIMENT

 1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;   2 holding  tanks.	
 2.   Filters:
                                     (O

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3.  Pumps:   N/A	


11,  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  10/69	  Average  241   	  Maximum	
     "       11/69	           276
     "       12/70	           157
     11       12/71	           132
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  10/69	  Average  770	  Maximum
     11       11/69	           670
     11       12/70	           670
     "       12/71                  660
3>  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19J_2  33.984.520       B.  1971.    70.146,805  C.  19^_   69,403,110

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  N/A	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  N/A
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  N/A
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;  MA-21 is a standby well.

3.  Regulatory Aspects                                    ^

    A.  Construction Requirements;   N/A	
    B.  Monitoring Requirements;
    C.  RestMctiOnS Of Operation Procedures;  Must operate as permitted.
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code: _ NI"24

                    (XMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND i
                     INJECTION WELLS  IN THE UNniflJ STATE

 Permit Status ;   PDR _ Operational Status :
 Operating Company Name and Address:   DQW  chemical Company
                                      Midland, Michigan	

 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data:  (Day)   01     (Month)    06	(tear)	73.
 2.   Latitude and Longitude;   43035'25"/8705'07"
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description):    Sec.  22.  TIAN.  R2E7

 H.  County;   Midland                    State;  Michigan
 5.  SIC Classification;    4950          	
 II.   GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type of Waste Injected;    chemical  plant.
 2.  Date Well Permitted;    ^/^   	Completed:
 3.  Injection Rate;   60  gpm
     Injection Pressure;    2260 psi
 5.  Total Depth of Well;   3950
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Ihjactlon Zone;   Dundee.  Devonian.  39T5~
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)	(Month)    06        (Year)  64
 8.  Tbtal Volume Injected to Date:  36,972,675(11/1/72)             (Gallons)
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)   NTT  (Month)             (Year)      	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:  N/A	
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)          (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness    Llthologlc  Description
 "
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                             Confining Bed
CD Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) ftrdrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millldarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution
Dundee
3915




Devonian



limestone
dolomite














    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Saline.
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


                Depth
Name
                            Areal
                 Ihickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
 .  Mineral Resources in Area:  N/A
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area;
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  Chemical Plant. Activated
      sludge from waste  treatment-contains  3%  organic  solids. Also spent brines
      and  plant  wastewaters.	
    Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;  N/A
        Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:
        Specific Gravity:
        Temperature:
              N/A
    B.
    C.
    D.
    E.
                               N/A
                    N/A
              N/A
pH:
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxlcity:   Insufficient  data  to  fully  assess  toxicity - chlorides in   	
      domestic water supply should be limited at approximately 250 mg/1.

H.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;     Possible corrosion of metallic
      components by  brine.	
5>  Degradablllty Level and Rate;   N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not  sterile  at  injection; bacterial activity minimal.	

7.  Ifre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment;   Settling  and screening.
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and TVibing
Surface
Intermediate

  Jectlon
Inject
Other
Hole
Size


Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade

36 #/ft.
Size
8-5/8
Depth
Set
J740


steel tubing
3-3/8
3915

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon: 11-3/8
      cemented  to  surface;  8-5/8  lower  1850  cemented.
3.  vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models);  N/A
A.  Packers. Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;   Annulus water
       filled.
5-  Bottom Hole Completion;    Open hole
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;   Acidization - 10,000 gal.
      HCl.	

VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIFMEMT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;   N/A	
2.  Filters:    Screens
                                     (0

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3.  Pumps:   N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  7/69	  Average  60	  Maximum	
     "        7/70	         	60
     "        7/71.	         	60
     "        7/72	            106
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   7/69	 Average   2205	 Maximum
     "        7/70	           1925
     "        7/71	           1470
     "        7/72	           1015
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_72   8.246.175	B.  19_7JL   86.400       C.   19_70   6.230,700

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and  Data;   N/A	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality  Parameters  Measured;
    C.  Freo^iency of Measuring Water Levels  and Hydrostatic Heads;   N/A
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;    Mi-21 is standby well.

3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements:   N/A	
    B.  Monitoring Requirements;   N/A
    C.  Restrictions Of Operation Procedures;   Must onerate as nP.rmltl-ed.
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTOIAL AM) MUNICIPAL


 Permit Status;   PDR	Operational Status:
 Operating Company Name and Address:   DOW chemical Company
                                      Midland r  Michigan	.

 I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.  Entry Date of Data:  (Day)   m      (Month)    06	(Year)	73.
 2.  latitude and  Longitude:   4335'25"/8705'07'
 3.  Well  Location (Legal Description);   NW iM. NW 1/4. NW 1/4. Sec.  28.  TUN.
      R2E.	
 1|.  County;   Midland                    State;    Michigan
 5.  SIC Classification;    A95Q	
 II.   GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.   Type of Waste Injected;  Oil refinery and brine processing wastes.
 2.   Date Well Permitted;    1/A9	Completed:
 3.   Injection Rate:   97 gpm
     Injection Pressure;    315 psi
 5.   Total Depth of Well;    4269 ft.
 6.   Name,  Age,  and Depth  of Injection  Zone:    Dundee,  Devonian,  3912
 7.  Date Injection Began:  (Day)	(Month)    09        (Year)    66
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:    80,847,275  (2/1/73)            (Gallons)
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)  W (Month)             (Year)      	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;   N/A    	
 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units  Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)             (c)       (d)          (e)
 Name                 Age             Depth     Thickness    Llthologic Description
  Marshall	  Mississippian   1200     	  sandstone	
  DundeeDevonian       3500limestone
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                           Confinlrur Bed
U) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure^ psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) tfordrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millldarcles
(10} Reservoir Temperature, bC
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Dundee
3912
48



Devonian



limestone















    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:   Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
Sa^inaw
Parma
Marshall
Depth
410
817
1160
Area!
Thickness Extent
85
66
44
Lithologic
Character
sandstone
sandstone
sandstone
Fluid
Character
usable fresh water
usable fresh water
usable fresh water


4.  Mineral Resources in Area:
N/A
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area;  N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1,  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  Organic wastes  including
      phenol,  propylene  oxide,  methyl  cellulose, wash water,  spent brine.

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:   N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;
    C.  Specific Gravity;   N/A
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH:    N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Tbxicity:   N/A	


4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;  N/A
5.  Degradablllty Level and Rate;  N/'A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
       N/A	

7-  Pre-injectlon Waste 1Ireatnient:  K/A
V.  WELL DESIGN AND OONSTOUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface                              24 ///ft.                8-5/8      1515
Intermediate       	    20 ///ft.   	  _7	  22QO

  lection                            15.5  ///ft.              5-1/2      T7FT
Inject
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon; 8-5/8"
      casing -  cemented  to  surface.  7"  casing  -  300 sks  for  1515 ft.  from bottom.
3.  fell Head Equipment (Name and Models);
M.  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment; Baker Model  "A"
      Packer at 3663 ft.,  annulus  filled with water sol. of sodium dichronate.
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:    N/A
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  N/A
VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;   N/A
2.  Filters:   N/A
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:   N/A	


VII.  OPERATION
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)   10/69 _  Average  *7!>          Maxinum
                                    201                 ~
              1/71
               7
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   10/69	  Average   560	  Maxlnum
     "        11/69	            630
     11        1/7]	            550
     11        1/7?	            n
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
  '  A.  19_72   154.365	B.  19.71   17.558.490  C.  1?70   38,827,065

VIII.  SAFEIY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;   N/A	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;
    C.  Prequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;   N/A
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:  This is a standby well.

3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  Completed, equipped and maintained in a	
          manner that will prevent pollution of fresh water or endanger any
          ftatural resources.
    B.  Monitoring Requirements;   N/A
    C.  Restrictions Of Operation Procedures;   Must operate as permitted.

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                                            Well Id.  Code:
                                                                  MI-26
                   COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
Permit Status:
                  PDR
                             	Operational Status:
Operating Company Name and Address:   pow chemical Company
                                      Midland. Michigan
I.  QENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)   l    (Month)
2.  Latitude and Longitude;  43"35'251787051Tn"
                                                 06
                                                           (Year)  73
3.  Well Location (Legal Description):
     R2E
                                          NW 1/4, SW 1/4,  SW 1/4 Sec.  22,  T14N,
    County:   Midland
                                          State;    Michigan
5.  SIC Classification;  4950
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type of Waste Injected;   Oil refinery and salt processing wastes.
2.  Date Well Permitted;   6/69
3.  Injection Rate:   97 gpm
                                               Completed:
    Injection Pressure;   380 psT
5.  Total Depth of Well;   5153 ft.
6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone;  Sylvania, Devonian, 4986
                                       (MonEh)06
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)               	
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:   125.639,930
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)  N/A  (Month) ""
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;   N/A	
                                                          (Year)  69
                                                                     (Gallons)
                                                         TYear).
HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
"Marshall
 Dundee
 Sylvania
                      (b)

                      Mss
                                    (C)
                                    Depth
                       tssissippian  1200
                     Devonian
                                     3580
                      Devonian
                                    4986
(d)         (e)
Thickness   Lithe-logic Description
             sandstone
        dolomite
     sandstone
                                    (a)

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                                                             MI-26
    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                         Confininc Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(J) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Llthostatic Pressure, psl
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ndllidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, "C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Sylvania
4986
131


1265
Devonian
16-17
100

sandstone















    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:
                                                    N/A
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
 Saginaw
 Parma
Marshall
            Depth
             240
             795
             1180
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
 90
  80
  120
Lithologlc
Character
sandstone
sandstone
sandstone
Fluid
Character
 *.  Mineral Resources in Area;  N/A
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations In
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area;  N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity); Qrganics including phenol.
      propylene  oxide, methyl  cellulose, and wash water, and spent brines.
PhysicaVChemical Description
A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/l:_
B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:"
C.  Specific Gravity;  N/A	"
D.  Temperature:_
E.  pH;   N/A
                        N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  TOXJCity:
                       fnxir at- 1 .5 c*r^Tng.
4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment components:   Possibly  corrosive	

5.  Degradabllity Level and Rate;    Phenol will degrade  4-7 days  at  20-C  but
      slower under anaerolic  conditions.	
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      N/A	

7.  Pre-jjylection Waste Treatment;   N/A
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing
Surface
Intermediate
IhJ(
Stb
   ection
Hole
Size
24
15
9-3/4

Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
H-40 40.5 /'/ft.
.1-55 23 #/ft.
line pipe 2
J-55 12.75 /'/ft.
Size
10-3/4 in.
7
18
4-1/2
Depth
Set
1390 ft.
4970
86.75
4970

   ier

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon;  Surf.
     144 sks to surface;  10-3/4 casing - 900 sks neat cement;  7 casing - 376  sks
     dia eel.  D 50/50 mix with 4% gel.  + 616 sks with 27. gel.  + 355 sks neat;
    Tb-3/4 casing - 75 sks dia.  cell D to  top.
3.  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models);   N/A
  .  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:   Packer at 4960 ft.,
    4 centralizers on 7 in. string.                                   	
 5-  Bottom Hole Completion:  Open hole completion
 6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;   N/~
VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:   N/A
 2.   Filters:
                                      (c)

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3.  Pumps:  N/A	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)   7/70	  Average  177	  Maximum	
              2/71                   58
     "        2/72:                 86
     11        2/73                   97
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)   7/70	  Average   580	  Maximum
     "        2/71                    TyT
     "        2/72                    420
     "        2/73380
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_72   46,365.811       B.  1921    48,400,280   C.  19_
VIII.  SAPBIY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;   N/A	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  N/A
    C.  Frequency of Measuring water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:  HA-ZJ;  standby weir.
3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements;    Constructed so as to  protect  ground water
           and other natural resources.
    B.  Monitoring Requirements;
    C.  Restrictions Of Operation Procedures;  Must operate as permitted.
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id.  Code:
                                                                  MI-27
                   COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                                                   SB
                     INJECTION
Permit Status:   PDR
               _^	Operational Status:
 Operating Oompany Name and Address;   -DOW chemical Company
                                      Midland, Michigan
I.  GENERAL EDaWTFICATTON DATA
                               01
 1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)	
 2.  Latitude and Longitude:  4335T25"
                                      (Month)	06
(Year) 74
3.  Well-Location (Legal Description);  SE 1/4, SE I/A. KE I/A, Sec. 26, TUN,
      R2E
    County:   Midland
                                          State;   Michigan
5.  SIC Classification:   4950
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type of Waste Injected;  Waste  from oil refinery and salt processing.
2.  Date Well^erndtted:
3.  Injection Rate:   72'
                           i960
                                               Completed:
    Injection Pressure;   545 psi
5.  Total Depth of Well;   5182ft:
6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone;  Sylvania,Devonian, 4922
                                       (Month)
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)	
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date;  73,264,515   (2/73)
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)  N/A  (Month)
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;  N/A	
                                                          (Year) 60
                                                                     (Gallons)
                                                         JYear).
PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
Marshall
 Dundee
 Sylvania
                      (b)            (c)
                      Age            Depth
                      Mississippian  1220
                      Devonian       J836
                      Devonian49^2
                                             (d)         (e)
                                             Thickness   Llthplogic Description
                                             	  sandstone           """"
                                             ~~"~~~~~~~"""~~  limestone
                                                         sandstone
                                    (a)

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                                                   MI-27
    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                               Confinine Bed
U) Name
(2) Depth (Pt.)
(3) Thickness (Pt.)
(*0 Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Uhit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ndllidarcles
(10) Reservoir Temperature, "C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Sylvania
4922
248



Devonian
16-17
ion

sandstone















    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
 Saginaw
 Parma
 Marshall
  Depth
   240
   795
   1180
                         Thickness
                         _90	
                         _80	
                         120
Areal
Extent
Lithologic
Character
 sandstone
 sandstone
 sandstone
Fluid
Character
4.  Mineral Resources in Area:   N/A
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area;
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);   Organics similar to phenol
      brines, propylene oxide, methyl cellulose and wash waters containing small
      amounts of organic.
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:
        Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:"
        Specific Gravity;   N/A	"
        Temperature:
        pH:
    B.
    C.
    D.
    E.
                         I/A
         N/A
K/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxlclty:   Phenol  toxic  at  1.5 grams	


4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:   Possibly corrosive.

5.  Degradablllty Level and Rate; Phenol will degrade in A-7 days at 20C in
      aerobic conditions.	

6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      N/A	

7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment:   N/A
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface                              28///ft.                R-5/8
Intermediate       	    14 v/ft.                5-1/2      ^BIU

  lection                                                   ~^T72      "4924"
Inject
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon; surf. -
      535  sks.  - intermed.  -  450  sks.  50/50  lite poz. #3	
3.  Well.Bead Equipment (Name and Models);  N/A
1|.  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;  Baker model "A"
      packer at 4729  ft.; annular  space  filled with water solution of sodium	
      dichromate.

5*  Bottom Hole Completion;    In  May  I960,  the  5-1/2  in. casing was perforted at
      3338 ft.  and cemented to  the surface with  800 cu.  ft. of 50/50 lite poz. ^3.
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;   Acidization - lo,ooo_gai.
      of 20% HC1.	

VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;  N/A	
2.  Filters:   N/A
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps;  N/A	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)   3/69	  Average   "	  Maximum	
     it        I//U                     ~
     "        1/71                     56
     "        1/72	         	58
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)   3/69	  Average	690       Maximum
     "        1/70                       730  
     11        1/71	               860
     11        1/72	               740
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19.72    5.902.000       B.  19J1     19.470,745  C.  19^2.  19,609,365
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;   N/A	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  ^
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation: MA-ZI  is  a standby wen.
3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements;   Constructed is to protect  ground water and
           other natural resources.
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:_
     C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;  Must operate as permitted.
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id.  Code:
                                                                     MI-28
Permit Status:
                    COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNITED STATES

                                        Operational Status:	_
Operating Company Name and Address;  UQW Chemical Company
                                     Midland, Michigan
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)  01     (Month) 	
2.  Latitude and Longitude;   4335t25"/87005"T07Tr
                                                 06
                       (Year)	73
3.  Wen Location (Legal Description);   SE iMTsw 1/4, SE iM Sec. 22. TUN,
      R2E
    County;   'Midland
                                          State:    Michigan
5.  SIC Classification:
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type of Waste Injected;   Brine disposal.
2.  Date Well Permitted:,	
3.  Injection Rate;  60 gpm
                                               Conpleted:    3/12/50
    Injection Pressure;  1775 psi
5.  Total Depth of Well:  5150 ft.
6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone;   Dundee. Devonian.  3645 f~
                                                 03
 7.  Date Injection Began:  (Day)  12    (Month)
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:  67.721.380    (3/1/73)
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)  N/A
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:    N/A
                      (Year)  so
                                                                     (Gallons)
                                       (Month)
                     JYear).
Til.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
 Marshall
 Dundee
 Sylvania
                      (b)             (c)
                      Age             Depth
                      Mississippian  1200
                      Devonian
3580
                      Devonian
4986
(d)         (e)
Thickness   Lithologic Description
	   sandstone	
	   dolomite
             sandstone
                                    (a)

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                                           MI-28
    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                           Conflnlne
U) Name
(2) Depth (Pt.)
(?) Thickness (Pt.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Llthostatic Pressure, psl
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
m Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcles
(10) Reservoir Temperature, "C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Dundee .
3645




Devonian



dolomite















    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
    naw
                  Area!
       Thickness  Extent
 Parma
795
Marshall
IISCT
120
Llthologlc
Character
sandstone
sandstone
sandstone
                                   Fluid
                                   Character
    Mineral Resources in Area:  N/A
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area:  N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);   Rrine
    Physical/Cheralcal Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;
    C.  Specific Gravity:   N/A
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH;   N/A
                                      (b)

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3.  Toxiclty:   N/A	


H.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment 'Coraponents;   Possible corrosion of metallic
      components.	
5.  Degraidablllty Level and Rate:  K/A .
6.  BlolopdLcal Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not  sterile  at  injection; bacterial activity minimal.	

7.  Pre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment;   NT/A
V.  WEIL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface                              47  /'/ft.                 11-3/4     T3~R8
Intermediate       	    36  ///ft.   	   8^578      374IT

  lection                                                   "7
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:   11-3/4
      700  sks.  8-5/8  475  sks.	
3.  fell Head Equipment (Name and Models);   N/A
  .  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;   N/A
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  Q3-13-5Q)  382Q-3945
      10,000 gal.20% HC1	

VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;   N/A	
2.  Filters:    N/A
                                     (O

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3.  Pumps:   N/A	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm u
     11        2/71                    60
     "        2/70                   6TT
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)   2/73	  Average    1775	  Maximum
     "        ?/7?	             1Q70
     11        2/71	             1330
     "        2/70	             1530
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_72   18.248,880      B.  19 TL  12.681,900   C.  19_  24,576,400
VIII.  SAFEIY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;   Flow monitor.	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  N/A
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;
3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:   Completed, equipped and monitored to prevent
          pollution of fresh water and naturalresources.
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions Of Operation Procedures;   Must operate as permitted.
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id.  Code:	MI"29

                   COMPILATION OP INDUSTOIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN TOE UNrMj STATUS"

Permit Status;   PDR	Operational Status:   DN	
Operating Company Name and Address;  H. j. Heinz Company	
                                     431 W. 16th Street - Holland. Michigan  49423

I.  GENERAL IDENnFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)   01    (Month)   06	(Year)  73	
2.  Latitude and Longitude;   N/A
3.  Well Location (Legal Description):   NW 1/4, sw 1/4. SE 1/4. Sec. 30 TSN
      R15W	
4.  County;   Ottawa	State:   Michigan	
5.  SIC Classification;  2035	^_
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type Of Waste Injected;  Saline food process liquid waste.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Date Well Permitted: N/A Completed:
Injection Rate: 200 gpm
Injection Pressure: N/A
Total Depth of Well: 5900
Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone: N/A

Date Injection Began: (Day) N/A (Month) (Year)
Total Volume Injected to Date: N/A
Date Injection Ceased: (Day) N/A (Month) (Year)
Previous Mode of Disposal: N/A









(Gallons)



PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

(a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Llthologic Description
                                    (a)

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                                                             MI -29
    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                         Conflnine Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psl
T6} ftrdrofracturing Pressure! psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, "C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Mt. Simon
5900




Cambrian
12.2
178

sandstone















    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids;  pH 6.2. Chlorides
                 mg/1r Mp 1900 mg/T. Ca 13.000 tng/1 . sodium 78.000 mg/1.
                  gravity 1.16. ___
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


Name            Depth
                                Area!
                     Thickness  Extent
                                          Lithologic
                                          Character
Fluid
Character
 .  Mineral Resources in Area:  N/A
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate fydrologlcally Affected Area;  N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);   Saltstock-desalting and
               Trigging yafprs,  rhlnriHp  ions  10rOOOppm.  light green  color.
               gpft-lprl  solids, odor  of  anaerobic  bacterial action.	 	
Physical/Chemical Description
A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:
    Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:
    Specific Gravity;    i.OlOA  @ 40F
    Temperature:
    pH:   4.3
                                         192
B.
C.
D.
E.
                                              (0.3 micron)
                                         N/A
                       57F
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxlcity:  Chloride limit in domestic water supply should be approximately
     250 mg/l~minimum detectable H?S to taste 0.05 mg/1.        '

H.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;    @ pH 4.6 - 1018 carbon steel
     6.4 mil   per year ft 156F 80 w/severe pitting - 304 stainless steel
5.  Degradablllty Level and Rate;    N/A


6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably not sterile at injection; bacterial activity probably minimal in
     anaerobic environment.
7.  Pre-lnjaction Waste Treatment:  N/A
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CCNSTKUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing
Surface
Intermediate
InJed
Other
ection
Hole
Size
20
13
9-7/8
6-1/2
Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
65# H-40 ST&C
40. 5# H-40 ST&C
23// K-55 LT&C
10. 6# K-55 LT&C
Size
~16~
10-3/4
7
4-1/2
Depth
Set
~T(To
550
5000
4600

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon;  16 casing
      cemented  to surface; 10-3/4 casing - cemented to surface; 7 casing -	
      cemented  to surface; two stages.	

3.  Men Head Equipment (Name and Models);  N/A
M.  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:   Baker Lok Set
       Packer  @  4600'.
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;  Open hole
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;   10,000 gal. i4z_nci_


VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:
 2.  Filters:
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps :__NM	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
     n
     n
     rt
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19__  	B.  19__  	C.  19_  	

VIII.  SAFEIY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;   Surface  injection pressure, annulus	
          pressure,  injection rate,  injection fluid  temp.,  pH,  S.G.  continuous
          monitoring.	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;   N/A-
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  N/A
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;   N/A
 3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;   N/A
    B.  Monitoring Requirements;   N/A
    C.  Restrictions Of Operation Procedures;   Must operate as permitted.
                                      (d)

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                                             Well Id.  Code:   Mi-30
                    COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    "INJECTION WELLS IN TOE UNITED STATES

 Penult Status :__PDR	Operational Status:    DN
 Operating Company Name and Address: H. j. Heinz GO.	
                                     421 W. 16th St- . ,  Hnllanri, Michigan

 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data: (Day)  01     (Month)   06	(Year)	73_
 2.   Latitude and Longitude:  WA"
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description):    N/A
 1|.  County:  Ottawa      	            State:    Michigan
 5.  SIC Classification;  2035           	
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type of Waste Injected;  Salt destocking and pickle processing waters,
 2.   Date Well Permitted;   N/A	Completed:
 3.   Injection Rate;   N/T
     Injection Pressure:   N/A
 5.  Total Depth of Well:  N/A
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone    N/A
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)   N/A  (Month)            (Year)
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:   N/A                             (Gallons)
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Month)            (Year)     	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:    N/A	
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
    ~
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                            Confining Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ittLllidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, QC
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
N/A

























    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids;    N/A
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


                Depth
                                   Area!
                        Thickness  Extent
Llthologic
Character
Fluid
Character
.   Mineral Resources in Area:
                                 N/A
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area;    N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):  Saltstock  esalting and pickle
     processing waters;  chloride  10,000 ppm, light green color, greenish settled
     solidSj  odor  of anaerobic bacterial action.
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1; 192   (0.3 microns)	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1; N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity;  1.0104  at  40  F
    D.  Temperature:   57  F	
    E.  pH:   4.3	
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:  Chloride  limit  in domestic water  supply  should be 250 mg/1;
     minimum detectable  H9S  to taste  is  0.05 mg/1	

4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components; Cbrrossive to carbon steel

5.  Degradabillty Level and Rate;  None
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not  sterile  at  injection; bacterial activity probably minimal	
      in anaerobic  environment.
7.  Pre-inJaction Waste Treatment:   N/A       .
V.  WELL DESIGN AND INSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface              N/A	  	  	  	
Intermediate       	  	  	  	

  lection
Ihji
Otni
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon;    N/A
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);
U.  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:   N/AT
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;   N71~
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIBENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;   N/A
2.  Filters:
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19	  	B.  19	  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFEIY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;
3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:
                                     (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                                             MI-31
                   COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
Permit Status:
PDR
    Operational Status:
DN
Operating Company Name and Address; H. J. Heinz
                                    Holland, Michigan
I.  GENERAL JLUfeHi'lKLCATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)   QI
2.  Latitude and Longitude:   N/A
                     (Month)	Q6
                       (Year)	73
3.  Well Location (Legal Description):   N/A
i|.  County:   Ottawa
                        State;   Michigan
5.  SIC Classification;   2035
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type of Waste Injected;   Salt destocklng and pickle processing vaters.
2.
3.
l.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Date Well Permitted: N/A
Injection Rate: N/A
Injection Pressure: N/A
Total Depth of Well: N/A
Name, Age, and Depth of Injection
Date Injection Began: (Day) N/A

Completed:



Zone: N/A

(Month) (Year)
Total Volume Injected to Date: N/A
Date Injection Ceased: (Day)
Previous Mode of Disposal: N"/A~

(Month) (Year)










(Gallons)



PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
  N/A
    (b)
    Age
(c)      (d)         (e)
Depth    Thickness   Llthologic Description
                                     (a)

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                                                           MI-31
    B.  Geologic Description of Injection Uhlt and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                             Conflnincr Bed
(1) Name
2) Depth (Ft.)

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3.  Toxicity:   -	


4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:
5.  Degradability Level and Rate:
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:


7.  Pre-lnjection Waste Treatment:
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	  	  	  	
Intermediate       	  	  	  	

  lection
Inject
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models):
U.  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc!
VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:	
2.  Filters:
                                     (c)

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3-  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average   	  Maximum	
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19___  	B.  19_  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;
3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id.  Code:
                                                                  "MI-32
                   COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN TOE UNITED STATES
Permit Status:   PDR
                                         Operational Status:	o
Operating Company Name and Address:  Hoskin.s Manufacturing Co.	
                                     4445 Lawton Avenue - Detroit. Michigan  48208
I.  GENERAL IDEMTIPICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)    01
2.  Latitude and Longitude;   N/A
                                       (Month)	06
                                                           (Year)   73
3.  Well Location (Legal Description);  sw 1/4. NE 1/4. NE 1/4, Sec. 32, T27N,
      R8E
    County:   Wayne
                                          State:   Michigan
5.  SIC Classification;   3312
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type of Waste Injected;    Spent and neutralized hydrochloric acid.
    Date Well Permitted:
    Injection Rate:
                                               Completed;   1/22/72
2.
3.                 	
M.  Injection Pressure:_
5.  Total Depth of Well;               	
6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone;   Dundee. Devonian, 2636
                          561   si
                           2
                           r
                            902
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)  N/A   (Month)
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:  115,360
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day) N/A   (MonthT
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:   N/A	"
                                                          (Year)
                                                         JYear).
                                                                     (Gallons)
HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
Drift
Coldwater
Sunbury
Berea
Antrim
Traverse
Bell
(b)
Age
Pleistocene
Mississippian
Mississippian
Mississippian
Mississippian
Devonian
Devonian
(O
Depth
0
460
1378
1400
1447
1890
2564
(d)
Thickness
460
918
22
47
443
674
72
(e)
Lithologic Description
sand, gravel
shale
shale
shale
shale
limestone, dolomite
shale
 Dundee
                      Devonian
                                     2636
limestone, dolomite
                                    (a)

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                                                                  MI-32
    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                     ConfininK Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturlng Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, mUlidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, "C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Dundee
2730
172



Devonian
8


1 i mpRtrinp rlnlnmit


Bell
2564
72



Devonian



p Khnl p


    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids;   N/A
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


Name            Depth
            Areal
 Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
l.  Mineral Resources in Area:  K/A
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area;
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):   Spent and neutralized
      hydrochloric acid  used for pickling  and  annealing wire.	
    Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mgA:   N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity:
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH:    N/A
     N/A
N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Tbxlcity:   N/A	


4.  Reactivity with Surfltce Equipment Components;   N/A
5.  Degradablllty Level and Rate:
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably  not  sterile  at  injection; bacterial activity minimal.	

7.  ft^e-inJection Waste "Dreatment;  Treatment with soda ash.
V,  WELL DESIGN AND (INSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing
Surface
Intermediate

  lection
Inject
Other
Bole
Size



Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
32.75 # J-55
14// K-55
Plastic coated (TK 75)
Size
10-3/4
5-1/2
2-3/8
Depth
Set
640
2700
2594
Seal Lock

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon: 10-3/4
      casing - 2205  x 50%  Pozmix  ,  6%  gel,  2% CaCl9 + 1005 x  3% CaCl0, grouted
      with 3005 x 3% CaCl2>  5-1/2 casing  -  5005  x Halliburton Lite +  1005 x Regular
      Pozmix  18% salt saturated.
3.  Wen Head Equipment (Name and Models);  N/A
4.  Packers. Centralizers. and Other Subsurface Equipment;  5-1/2 casing -
      Halliburton Packer Shoe g  2699'.  15  centralizers - 10-3/4 casing - 3
      centralizers,  set on Texas pattern Guide  Shoe - 2-3/8 tubing - Baker
      plastic coated tension packer  @ 2590  ft.	
5*  Bottom Hole Completion:   N/A
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  Acid treatment: (2/12/72) 2800
      2902 ft.  1000 gal.; C/16/72)2700  -  2902  ft.  1500  gal.; 20% HCL.

VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIIMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;  N/A	
 2.  Filters:   N/A
                                     (0

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3.  PJnps;  Triplex pump - 1200 psi max.	





VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS



1.  Ejection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)



    Date(s)  1/73	  Average   6.5	  Maximum	
             2/73	            10
              _--         ____
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)


    Date(s)  1/73	  Average   390	  Maximum
     "       2/73""                561
     ii     	         	
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.

    A.  19       N/A	B.  19    	C.  19
VIII.  SAFBIY INFORMATION



1.  Monitoring Program


    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data; pH flow, volume and temp, monitors.





    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  Dally'
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  N/A
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:,.  N/A
 3.  Regulatory Aspects


    A.  Construction Requirements;   \/A
    B.  Monitoring Requirements;   N/A
    C.  RestMctlonS Of Operation Procedures;   Must operate as permitted.
                                     (d)

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                                             Well Id.  Code:
                                                              MI-
                    COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION
                  PDR
Permit Status:	
Operating Company Name and Address:  E.-I. DuPont de Nemours, inc.
    Operational Status:	o
 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data: (Day)  01     (Month)	09_
 2.   Latitude and Longitude:  N/A
                                                           (Year)	73
 3.  Vfell Location (Legal Description);    N/A
     County;   N/A
                                         State:  Michigan
 5.   SIC Classification:  2899
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.   Type of Waste Injected;  N/A
 2.  Date Well Itermltted:
 3.  Injection Rate:  N/A"
                           N/A
     Injection Pressure;   N/A
          Completed:
 5.  Total Depth of Well:               	
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:  N/A
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day) N/A    (MonEnT
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date: 11.627.356  '
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day) N/A   (Month)
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:  N/A    	"
                                                          (Year)
                                                                     (Gallons)
                                                          _(Year)
 XII.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
    "N/A
                     (b)
                     Age
(c)      (d)         (e)
Depth    Thickness   Lithologlc Description
                                     (a)

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                                    MT-33
    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                    Confining Bed
U) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
H) Thickness (Ft.)
*0 Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) flydrofracturing Pressure, psi
i,7) Age of Unit
8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, "C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution


























    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


Name            Depth
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
 .  Mineral Resources in Area:
5.  Location of Other wells, Abandoned Wells, and OtherPenetrations in
    Immediate Ifydrologlcally Affected Area:^_	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity)
    Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/l:_
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:"
    C.  Specific Gravity:	]
    D.  Temperature:	
    E.  pH:	
                                     (b)

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3.  Ibxlcity:	


H.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:            ,
5.  Degradabllity Level and Rate:
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:


7.  Pre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment:
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	  	  	  	
Intermediate       	  	  	  	

  lection
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
3.  Wen Head Equipment (Name andModelsT:
 .  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc!
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:	
2.  Filters:
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_  	B.  19_  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;
3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:
                                     (d)

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                                            Well  Id. Code:
                                             MI-34
                    COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AM3 MUNICIPAL
 Permit  Status:
SNA
    Operational Status:     PND
 Operating Company  Name and Address;  Michigan chemical Co.
 I.   GENERAL IDfcMriKLCATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data:  (Day)   07
 2.   Latitude and Longitude:  N/A
                     (Month)	09
                       (Year)	73
 3.   Well Location (Legal Description);   N/A
 1.   County:   Gratiot
                        State;   Michigan
 5.   SIC Classification;   N/A
 II.   GENERAL DATA ON WEIL SITE

 1.   TVpe Of Waste Injected;   Brine relnjectlon
 2.   Date Well Permitted:_
 3.   Injection Rate:   N/A
          N/A
          Completed:
     Injection Pressure;  N/A
 5.  Total Depth of Well:  N/A
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Tigaction Zone;   N/A
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day) N/A    (Month)
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:  N/A
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Month)"
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:
                N/A
                                          (Year)
                                         _(Year).
                                                     (Gallons)
 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Lltnology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
 	N/A
    (b)
    Age
(c)      (d)         (e)
Depth    Thickness   Llthologlc Description
                                     (a)

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                                                             MI-34
    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                             Confining Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psl
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Jfordrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ndllidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, "C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution






















-



    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


                Depth
Name
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
    Mineral Resources in Area:
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area:	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity)
    Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:"
    C.  Specific Gravity:	~
    D.  Temperature:	
    E.  pH:	
                                     (b)

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3.  Tbxicity:	



4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:
5.  Degradabillty Level and Rate:
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:


7.  Pre-lnjection Waste Treatment:
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTKUCTION

1.  Casing and lUblng

                   Hole            Casing or TUbing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	  	  	  	
Intermediate       	  	  	  	

  lection
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
3.  Well Head Equipment (Ifeme and ModeTsTf
 .  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.
VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:	
2.  Filters:

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3.  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
     I!
     II
     II
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During life of Well to Present)
    Date (s)	  Average	  Maximum
     it
     it
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19	  	B.  19_  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure^ During Operation:
3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  RestMctions of Operation Procedures:
                                     (d)

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                                            Well Id.  Code:	MS-I

                    COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL  AND MUNICIPAL
                    "INJECTION WELLS IN TOE UNTIED STATES

 Permit Status;    PDR	Operational Status:    o	
 Operating Company Name and Address;  TTiiokci  chemical Company	
                                      Moss Point, Mississippi  39563
 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data:  (Day)	(Month)    04	(Year)  73
 2.   Latitude and Longitude:  li
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description);   N/A
 J|.  County:   N/A                        State:   Mississippi
 5.  SIC Classification;  2820           	
 II.   GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.   Type of Waste Injected:   Synthetic rubber manufacture.
 2.  Date Well Permitted;  ft/227n	_ Completed:
 3.  Injection Rate;  N/A
 4.  Injection Pressure;  N/A
 5.  Total Depth of Well:               	
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone;    N/A
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)  01    (Month)   01       (Year)  5:
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:  N/A	(Gallons)'
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day) N7A~  (Month)             (Year)      	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;   N/A	
 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Litnology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)          (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
                                     (a)

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                                              WIC
                                         MS-1
    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Unit
(1) tame
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
C5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) fydrofracturing Pressure, psi
7) Age of Unit
8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ndllidarcles
CIO) Reservoir Temperature , C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution


























    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:   :;/A
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


Name            Depth
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
    Mineral Resources in Area:
5.  Location of Other wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area:   ::/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTTCS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):   Solids, ammonia, color,
      turbidity, hardness, organic nitrogen, sulfate, sulflde, sulfito, chloride,
      fluoride, iron, magnesium, potassium, sodium, oil and greas ,  surfactants.
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/l:_
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/l:~
    C.  Specific Gravity:_
    D.  Temperature: _
    E.  pH:  "/A
                                     (b)

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                                                  WIC	MS-1

3.  Toxicity:  X/A	.



"I.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;
5.  Degradability Level and Rate:
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:


7.  Pre-injectlon Waste Treatment:
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	  	  	  	
Intermediate       	  	  	  	

  lection
Inject
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models):
 .  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:	


2.  Filters:
                                     (c)

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                                              WIG	MS-1
3.  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date (s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19	  	B.  19	  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:         ~
 3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions or Operation Procedures:

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                                             Well Id.  Code;     NC-!
                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AM3 MUNICIPAL


 Permit Status;    PDF	Operational Status;     NOP
 Operating Company Name and Address: Hercules inc.	
                                     Wilmington. North Carolina	

 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Ehtry Date of Data: (Day)  10     (Month)   oe	(Year)  73
 2.   Latitude and Longitude:  34010'04"/77058'54"	
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description):    N/A
 ^.   County:    New Hanover	State:    North Carolina
 5.   SIC Classification; 2899	

 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE
 1.  Type Of Waste Injected; By-product of dimethylterephthalate (DMT)
     manufacture.	

 2.  Date Well Permitted;  N/A                 Completed;
 3.  Injection Rate; 109,500,000 gpy	
     Injection Pressure; 150 psi
 5.  Total Depth of Well; 1025 ft.
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:  Black Creek. Cretaceous
                                              700 - 1100 ft.
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)	(Month)  05        (Year)   68	
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:    N/A	           (GallonsT
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Month)  10        (Year)   69	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;   N/A	
 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Llthologic Description
    ~                                       	   		
                                     (a)

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                                             WIC
                                                           NC-1
   B.  Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
               Conflnine Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(}) Thickness (Ft.)
(fi) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psl
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, raillidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution
Black Creek
850
250



Cretaceous



sand


Black
Creek-Peedee
100
800



Cretaceous



clav^
sand . 1 ime
stone

    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids;  saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


Name            Depth
                                    Areal
                         Thickness  Extent
Lithologlc
Character
Fluid'
Character
 .   Mineral Resources in Area:  N/A
5.  Location of Other Wlls, Abandonedwells, and OtherPenetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area:   N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity); Acetic acid = 15.000 ppm;
      formic  acid  =  5,000 ppm; methanol = 500 ppm.	

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:  N/A	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;  N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity:  N/A	
    D.  Temperature:  N/A	
    E.  pH:    4	
                                     (b)

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                                                  WIC	NC-1	

3.  Toxicity;  Methanol highly toxic to humans;  organic  acids  may be  caustic.


J|.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:  Possible  corrosion of  metal
     fixtures with constatn contact with organic acids.	
5.  Degradability Level and Rate:  None
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not sterile at injection;  breakdown of  organics  possible with	
      oxygen provided from acids.	  _ 	    _
7.  Rre-injection Waste Treatment:  Waste filtered to  remove  particles over
      20 microns.
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface
Intermediate
Injection
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:   N/A
 3.  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models):   N/A
  .  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:  N/A
 5.  Bottom Hole Completion:   N/A
 6.  flydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:    N/A
 VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

 1.   Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:   N/A
 2.   Filters:  N/A
                                     (0

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                                              WIC	NC-1

3.  Pumps:   N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   N/A	  Average	  Maximum	
     it
     it
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   N/A	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19	     N/A	B.  19	  	C.  19	 	

VIII.  SAFEIY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Injection rate monitored by metered rate
         of flow indicator, totalizing unit and automatic chart recorder.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  Samples
         collected weekly from each well and reported monthly.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  N/A      ~
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;  wastes pumped to
      monitoring well
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  N/A
    B.  Monitoring Requirements;   N/A
    C.  Restrictions or Operation Procedures:   injection pressure not to
         exceed 150 psi.	
                                      (d)

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                                             Well Id.  Code;    Nc-2
                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AM) MUNICIPAL


 Permit Status;    PDF	Operational Status:
 Operating Company Name and Address;   Hercules,  inc.
                                       Wilmington. North Carloina

 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data: (Day)   01     (Month)  05	(Year)
 2.   latitude and Longitude:   34l9'OA"/7758'54"
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description):    N/A
 ^.   County:   New Hanover	State;    North Carolina
 5.   SIC Classification;  2899	

 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE
 1.  Type of Waste Injected:  By-product of dimethylterephthalate (DMT)
      manufacture.

 2.  Date Well Permitted;  N/A                 Conpleted;
 3.  Injection Rate;  300,000 gpd	
     Injection Pressure;  150 psi
 5.  Total Depth of Well;  1025 ft
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:  Black Creek. Cretaceous
                                              700 - 1100 ft.
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day) N/A    (Month)            (Year)
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date;   N/A	(Gallons)'
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Month)            (Year)     	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:  N/A	
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Llthologic Description
 TT7T"                                  	    	   		
                                     (a)

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                                              WIC
                                            NC-2
    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                             Conflnine Bed
(1) Name
2) Depth (Ft.)
?) Thickness (Ft.)
) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
C5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
7) Age of Unit
8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcles
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Black Creek
850
250



Cretaceous



sand


Black Creek
100
700



Cretaceous



clay, sand
limestone

    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
   N/A
                    Areal     Lithologic
Depth    Ihickness  Extent    Character
Fluid
Character
l.  Mineral Resources in Area:   N/A
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area:   N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity): Acetic acid 15,000 ppm;
      formic  acid  5,000 ppm; methanol 500 ppm.	

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   N/A	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;   N/A
    C.  Specific Gravityt  N/A	
    D.  Temperature:   N/A
    E.  pH;   N/A	
                                     (b)

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                                                  WIC	NC-2	

3.  Toxicity;  Methanol highly toxic to humans, and organic acids may be
     caustic.	

4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:   Possibly corrossive with
      constant contact with organic acids.	
5.  Degradablllty Level and Rate;  None
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably not sterile at injection; possible degradation of  organics  with
     oxygen provided by alcohols and acids.	
7.  Fre-lAjectlon Waste Treatment;  Waster filtered to remove particles
     greater than 20 microns.	


V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface               N/A	  	  	  	
Intermediate       	  	  	  	

  lection
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:  N/A
3.  Well Head Equipment (tome and Models);    WA
    Backers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;    N/A
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  N/F
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;   N/A
2.  Filters:
                                     (c)

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                                              WIC	NC-2

3.  Pumps:   N/A	


VII.  OPERATION
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   N/A	  Average	  Maximum
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   N/A          Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19__    N/A	B.  19_  	C.  19_  	

VIII.  SAFBTC INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Injection rate monitored by  metered rate
         of flow indicator, totalizing unit and automatic chart recorder.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured; samples
         collected weekly from each well and reported monthly.

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  N/A     ~
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation; Wastes pumped to
      monitoring wells  in immediate vicinity.	
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements:   N/A	
    B.  Monitoring Requirements;   N/A
    C.  RestMctions of Operation Procedures:  N/A
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:    NC-3
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN TOE UNi'ltl) STAGES

Permit Status;   PDP	Operational Status:    DN
Operating Con|)any Name and Address: Hercules, inc.
                                    'Wilmington, North Carolina

I.  QENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

1.  Ehtry Date of Data:  (Day)   01     (Month)   06	(Year)
2.  Latitude and  Longitude;  34i9'Q4"/7758'54"
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description):  N/A
 M.  County:   New Hanover                 State;    North Carolina	
 5.  SIC Classification;   2899	

 II.  QENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type Of  Waste Injected:  By-products of dimethylterephthalate (DMT)
     manufacture.                                                     "~

 2.  Date Well Permitted;   N/A                 Completed:
 3.  Injection Rate:   300,000 gpd	
     Injection Pressure;  150 psi
 5.   Total Depth of Well;  1025 ft.
 6.   Name,  Age,  and Depth of Injection Zone:  Black Creek. Cretaceous
                                             700 - 1100 ft.
 7.  Date Injection Began:  (Day)   N/A   (Month)             (Year)
 8.  Total Volume Injected  to Date:   N/A	(Oallons)~
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)        (Month)             (Year)	
10.  Previous Mode Of Disposal:   Waste pumped into well NC.-1	


 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description  of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)          (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Llthologic Description
    N?A
                                     (a)

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                                              WIC
                                                            NC-3
    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Irxlection Unit
                                                             Conflnine Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
3) Thickness (Pt.)
(4) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
C5) Llthostatic Pressure, psl
6) Hydrofracturlng Pressure, psi
7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, "C
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution
Black Creek
850
250



Cretaceous



sand


Black Creek
100
700



Cretaceous



clay, sand^
limestone

    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


                Depth
Name
N/A
           Areal
Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
l|.  Mineral Resources in Area:   N/A
5.  Location of Other WeHs TAbandonedWells, and OtherPenet rat ions in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area;    N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity); Acetic acid 15.000
    formic acid 5,000 ppm; methanol 500 ppm.

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1: N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1; N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity;  N/A
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH;  N/A
                       N/A
                                     (b)

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                                                  WIG	NC-3	

3.  Toxlclty:   Methanol  highly  toxic to humans and organic acids may be	
     caustic.	

4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components; Possible corrosion of metal
     fixtures  with  constant  contact with organic  acids.	
5.  Degradabllity Level and Rate; None
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection;
     Probably  not  sterile  at  injection, breakdown of organics possible with	
     oxygen  provided  from  alcohols and acids.	
7.  Pre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment;  Waste filtered to remove particles greater
     than  20 microns,  liming  and deaeration discontinued.	


V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTOUCTION

1.  Casing and lifting

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface              N/A	  	  	  	
Intermediate       	  	  	  	

  Jectlon
Inject
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon; N/A
3.  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models):
 .  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;   N/A
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:   N/A
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;   N/A"
VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;   N/A
2.  Filters:   N7F
                                     (c)

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                                              WIC

3.  Pumps :   N/A
VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   N/A _  Average _  Maximum
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   N/A	  Average	  Maximum
     n
     n
     n
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_    N/A	B.  19__  	C.  19_  	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data; Injection rate monitored by metered rate
         of flow indicatort totalizing unit and automatic chart recorder.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:  Samples
         collected weekly  from each well, reported monthly.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  N/A
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:  Wastes pumped to
     monitoring wells in immediate vicinity.	
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements:  N/A	
    B.  Monitoring Requirements;   N/A
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:   N/A
                                     (d)

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                                             Well Id.  Code:
                                                          NC-4
                    COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                                        THE UNTIED
                INJECTION
 Permit Status:
             PDF
                                        Operational Status:
                                                               DN
 Operating Company Name and Address: Hercules, inc.


 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA
                                "Wilmington. North Carolina
 1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)  pi
                                  (Month)
                                                06
 2.  Latitude and Longitude; 34l8148"/7758'38'
(Year)
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description):   N/A
     County:   New Hanover
                                     State:   North Carolina
 5.  SIC Classification:  2899
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.   Type Of Waste Injected;  By-product of dimethylterephthalate (DMT)
      manufacture.
2.  Date Well Permitted:_
3.  Injection Rate:   N/A
                           N/A
                                          Completed:
Injection Pressure:
                           N/A
                        _
 5.  Total Depth of Well;  N/A"
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:  N/A
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day) N/A
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:	
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)
                                 	(Month)
                                 N/A
                                                          (Year)
                                                                     (Gallons)
                                   (Month)
10.  Previous Mode Of Disposal:  Deep well complex.
                                                         TYear).
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock tfrilts Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
                 (b)
                 Age
                                    (c)      (d)         (e)
                                    Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
                                     (a)

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                                             WIC
                                                       NC-4
    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                         Conflnine Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(4) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
C5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydro fracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Pemeability , ndllidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
CH) Character and Area!
Distribution
N/A

























    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:
                                                    N/A
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
 N/A
                                Area!     Lithologic     Fluid
            Depth    Thickness  Extent    Character      Character
k.  Mineral Resources in Area:
                             N/A
5.  Location or Other wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Inmediate Hydrologically Affected Area:   N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  Acetic  acid  15.000  ppm;
     formic acid 5,000 ppm;  methanol 500 ppm.	
2.
Physical/Chemical Description
A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:    N/A
B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;    N/A
C.  Specific Gravity:
D.  Tenperature:
E.  pH:   N/A
                              N/A
                        N/A
                                     (b)

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                                                  WIC	NC-4	

3.  Toxicity:  Methanol highly toxic to humans,  and  organic acids may be	
      caustic.	

H.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components; Possible corrosion of metal
     fixtures in constant contact with acids.	
5.  Degradability Level and Rate;   None
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not sterile at injection;  bacterial degradation of  organics	
      facilitated by oxygen from alcohols and acids.	
7.  Fre-iJ\)ection Waste Treatment;  Filtered to remove particles over 20  microns.
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface             N/A_	  	 	  	
Intermediate       	  	 	  	

  lection
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon;   N/A
3.  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models);
  .  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:   N/A
 5.  Bottom Hole Completion:
 6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:
 VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

 1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;   N/A
 2.   Filters:   N/T
                                     (c)

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                                              WIC	HC-4
3-  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERIglTCS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_  	B.  19_  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:
2.  Contingency l*lan for Well Failure During Operation;
 3.  Regulatory ^Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:
                                      (d)

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                                             Well Id. Code:     NM-I
                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL NOD'MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNIllaj STATES

 Permit Status;     FDR	Operational Status:	o_
 Operating Company Name and Address; The Anaconda Company	
                                     P.O. Box 638 - GrantsT  New Mexico

 I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.  Ehtry Date of Data: (Day)  01     (Month)   02	(tear)	73_
 2.  latitude and Longitude:  N/A
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description);  N/A
 i|.  County;   Grant      	             State;   New Mexico
 5.  SIC Classification;  1Q94            	
 H.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type Of Waste Injected;  Uranium processing wastes
 2.  Date Well Permitted;  19&D	Completed:
 3.  Injection Rate:  54,919,400 gpy	"
     Injection Pressure;  N/A
 5.  Total Depth of Well; 2511 ft.  plugged back to 1830 ft.
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone;  Yeso.  Permian
                                              1830 ft.
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)  14    (Month)   12       (Year)   60
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:  625.116.740 (1/1/62-1/1/73)       (Gallons)
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Month)            (Year)	
10. .Previous Mode of Disposal;   N/A	
 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Litnology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
 Chinle	   Triassic        0        350	   limestone,  shale	
 San Andreas	   Permian	    350      200	   sandstone,  limestone
 Yeso	   Permian	    550	1000        sandstone,  shale	
 Abo                   Permian	    1550     700	   sandstone,  shale	
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Unit
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
3) Thickness (Ft.)
4) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(5) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Perneability, rnillidarcies
(10) Reservoir Tenperature, C
til) Character and Area!
Distribution
Yeso
950
563
0.44 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Permian
16.5
105

spnH Qf-nnp


Yeso
550
400



Permian



shflip eanrlsfnnp


    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  TDS = 4060 ppm; _
         Na = 414 ppm; Mg = 157 ppm; Ca = 592 ppm; Cl = 304 ppm;  Fe = 17.5 ppm
         pH = 7.3 _
3.  GeohydroloQr of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
San Andreas
        Depth
          360
                                Area!
                     Thickness  Extent
                       300
Lithologic
Character
limestone
Fluid
Character
 potable
1*.  Mineral Resources in Area: N/A
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Irrmediate Hydrologically Affected Area:  Six wells in the area.
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):  Mildly acidic solution
      containing high concentrations of Mg, Fe, SO^, and Cl, also low concentra-
      tions of uranium, Th-230, and Ra-226.	
    Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   N/A	
        Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:
        Specific Gravity;  N/A	"
        Ttenperature;  N/A	
             N/A
B.
C.
D.
E.
                                N/A
pH:
                                     Cb)

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3.  Toxlcity:  Uranium and thorium very toxic to humans.	


*4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:  Possible due to acids.

5.  Degradabillty Level and Rate:  Natural radioactive decay.


6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably not sterile at injection; bacterial activity minimal.	

7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment:  Liquid decanting of solids; treated with
     copper sulfate and polyphosphate; and filtered to 0.1 ppm turbidity.	


V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
1. Casing and Tubing
Hole
Size
Surface 17
Intermediate n
Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade Size
13-3/8
8-5/8
Depth
Set
730
1830
316 Stainless Steel 6-5/8
Injection
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:   N/A
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models):  N/A
 .  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:   N/A
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:  Perforated completion
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:   None
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:  All  surface  equipment  is  lined  with rubber
     or constructed  of  316 steel.  300 gallon surge  tank and  1.4  miles  of	
     12" rubber lined pipe.	
2.  Filters:  Screen filter and  2  leaf  filters
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:  Two 316 steel sump pumps.	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  N/A	  Average	  Maximum	
     it
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  N/A	  Average	  Maximum  	
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_72    67,273.815     B.  19_71   75,922,590  C.  19_70   60,524,440

VIII.  SAFBIY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:  Flow volume and pressure.    	


    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  Weekly    ~
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  Weekly
          measurement  of wells in the vicinity of  the mill and disposal well.
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During  Operation:   N/A	
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  Completed equipped and maintained in a manner
          that will prevent pollution of fresh water or endanger any natural
          resources.
    B.  Monitoring Requirements;  Three springs, three ponds and several
         municipal wells are analyzed monthly.

    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;  Records of a) volume of waste,
         b)  average concentration of radioactive material, c) natural hydraulic
         pressure, and d)injection rate, to maintain USAEC license.
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:    NV-l
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNITED STATlS"

 Permit Status;    PDR	Operational Status:	
 Operating Company Name and Address:  cliffs Copper Corporation
                                     Mountain City. Nevada	
 I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.  Entry Date of Data:  (Day)_01	(Month)_j:o	(Year)	73_
 2.  Latitude and Longitude:  41"48'5l"/11548'44"
 3.  Well  Location (Legal  Description):   Sec 11. T45N. R53E
 M.  County:     Elko	State:    Nevada
 5.  SIC Classification:  1021	
 II.   GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.   Type  of Waste Injected:  Ferrous  sulfate solution from mining of copper,
 2.   Date Well Permitted;   4/19/72	Completed:
 3.   Injection Rate:   260,000,000 gpy	"
     Injection Pressure:  875 psig
 5.   Total Depth of Well;   6697  ft.
 6.   Name,  Age,  and Depth of Injection Zone:  Valmy, Qrdovician
                                              3400
 7.  Date Injection Began:  (Day)   19     (MonthT"04          (Year) 72
 8.  Total Volume Injected  to Date:   134,200,OOCTTl/9/73)              (Gallons)'
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)        (Month)             (Year)     	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;  None	
       GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)             (c)      (d)          (e)
 Name                 Age             Depth    Thickness   Lithologlc Description
  N7A
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection
                                                           ifinincr Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(4) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
H>) ffydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(B) Porosity %
t"9) Permeability, mlllidarcies
tlO) Fteservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution
Valmy
3400
3297

1.0 psi/ft est.

Ordovician
20


quartzite


Valmy
65
3335



Ordovician



slate


    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  None
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
N/A
Areal
Depth Ihickness Extent

Lithologic
Character

Fluid
Character





    Mineral Resources in Area:  Copper mined  in  the area.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area:
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):  iron sulfate  solution
      remaining  after leaching of  copper with sulfuric acid and  precipitating
      copper  metal from solution on scrap iron.	
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/l:_
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:
        Specific Gravity:  i.o	"
                                    1..Q
                                    4500
C.
D.  Temperature:  55.-  60 F
E.
        pH:   2.6 - 2.!
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxlclty; Possible damage to tissue by ingestion or prolonged contact with
      undiluted solution.
4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;  Probable corrosive effect'
      of gighly acid solution on metal components.	_____	
5.  Degradabillty Level and Rate;  None                                 "    "
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably not sterile at injection; bacterial activity minimal. __

7.  Pre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment: Removal of iron hydroxides and other solids
     with diatomaceous earth precoat primary filter and cartridge-type filter.


V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Ho
                   Si
Surface            ~2T~     _   94? H-40, T&C seamless   20 _   60
                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
                                     4? H-
Intermediate        17-l/2          48# H-40, T&C seamless   13-3/8     600
                                        J-55, T&C seamless    7         3400
   ectlon                           15ff K-55, T&C, PVC lined  5         3400
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
     20" casing - 150 sks regular cement; 13-3/8" casing - 610 sks 50-50 Pozmix;
     5" casing - 1350 sks 50-50 Pozmix w/2% CaCl

3.  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models);   ARMCO-National Supply #517140-2A
     12" Series 900 casing flange tapped 13-3/8". #518521-A 12" series 900 x 10"
     casing spool, //520521-070A 7" CMBF casing hanger. //518453-050A 5" slips F/10"
4.  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment; Baker Oil tool Model
     AC stainless steel tension packer set inside 7" stainless steel protection
     casing at 3400 ft. (20 ft. of 5-1/2" OP 304 stainless steel tailpipe on
     packer from 3400' to 3420*) Packer set at 50,OOP// pull.
5.  Bottom Hole Completion: Open hole 3400' to 6697r	
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  15.000 gal of 15% HCI
     solution injected May 4, 1972.	

VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;  N/A	
2.  Filters:   Goulds 3x4 pumps feeds Keene V-500-3 precoat filter and  cartridge
     poligh filter (all 304 stainless steel).
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:   316 stainless steel Bineham 3x4x9C-MSDf  6-stagg,
     volute, centrifugal pump rated at 450 gpm/911'  TDH/3.450  rpm.

VII.  OPERAIiQH CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   N/A	  Average	  Maximum
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   N/A	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_    N/A	B.  19_  	C.  19_

VIII.  SAFBIY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  N/A	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  N/A
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads; N/A
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation: N/A
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  Completed,  equipped  and maintained  in  a
         manner that will prevent pollution of  fresh water or endanger  any
         natural resources.
    B.  Monitoring Requirements;  Fischer-Porter  6" magnetic flowmeter  and""
         redorder and Taylor injection recorder.	

    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;  N/A
                                     (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:    NY-I
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNiiioj STATES"

Permit Status;    FDR	Operational Status:	p_
Operating Company Name and Address;  International Salt Company. Watkin's Glen
                                     Refinery	
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA
1. Entry Date of Data: (Day) 01
2. Latitude and Longitude: 42 24 '20"
3. Well Location (Legal Description):
4. County: Schuyler
(Month) 10 (Year)
/7653'16"
N/A

State: New York
73




5. SIC Classification: 1499
II. GENERAL DATA ON WELL SHE
1. Type of Waste Injected: Refining
of salt from brine using evaporation
process.

2. Date Well Permitted: 11/3/71
Completed:

3. Injection Rate: N/A
*. Injection Pressure: 80 psi
5. Total Depth of Well: 1710 ft.
6. Name, Age, and Depth of Injection
7. Date Injection Began: (Day) 03
Zone: Marcellus, Devonian
1260 ft.
(Month) 12 (Year)
8. Total Volume Injected to Date: N/A
9. Date Injection Ceased: (Day)
10. Previous Mode of Disposal: N/A
(Month) (Year)



71
(Gallons)



HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

(a)                  (b)             (c)      (d)          (e)
Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness    Llthologlc Description
 Genesse	  Devonian	    33       205	  shale	
 Tully   	  Devonian         239      27        limestone
 Hamilton	  Devonian	   266      874	 shale, siltstone
 Marcellus           Devonian	   1140     300	 shale, limestone
 OnondagaDevonian         1440     40        limestone
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                         Confinlne Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
15) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
f6) Ifydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
t9) Permeability, raillidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Marcellus
1260
55



Devonian



shale, limestone


Hamilton
1140
300



Devonian



shale t siltstone


    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids: Sulfurous water
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Marcellus
Onondaga
Depth
  239
  1140
  1440
Thickness
  27
  300
  40
                                    Area!
                                    Extent
Lithologic
Character
limestone
shale, limestone
limestone
                                                         Fluid
                                                         Character
                                                          not potable
                                                            brine
                                                          not potable
Mineral Resources in Area:  Texas Eactern LPG storage area approximately
3600 ft. north of disposal area; Watkin's Salt Co. brine fields 2 miles
south; Wayne-Dundee gas storage field 6 miles NNW of the disposal area.

Location "of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area:   N/A _
5.
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (including Radioactivity);  Brine water that consists
    of NaCl, CaC03> Cl,,,_ CaSO^, and Na2SO,.	
2.
Physical/Chemical Description
A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:  N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;  N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity:  N/A
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH:  N/A
                   N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:   N/A	
4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;  Possible corrosive to
    metallic components.	
5.  Degradabllity Level and Rate:   None
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
    Possibly sterile on injection due to presence of chlorine;  bacterial	
    activity agter injection minimal.	
7.  Pre-lnjection Waste treatment:  N/A
V.  WELL DESIGN AND COKSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Qrade         Size       Set
Surface            	    Wrought iron	   10-3/4      70
Intermediate
Injection	    Wrought iron	    5-1/2      1Q85
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:   N/A
 3.  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models);  N/A
    Packers, Centralizers, and other Subsurface Equipment:  3- Halliburton
     5-1/2". 5-3 centralizers; 1 - Hookwall packer at  base  of  5-1/2"  casing.
 5.  Bottom Hole Completion:  Open hole.
 6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:  N/A
 VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

 1.   Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;  Collection system piping;  a collection  tank,
     diameter 5' by 5-1/3' deep; a collection tank mixer with  1/3  HP  motor.

 2.   Filters:  N/A
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3.  Pumps:  2 pumps at 160 gpm at 90'  head. 40 psi max; 2 submersible pumps
     each 160 gpm at 200' head. 125 psi max.	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

I.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  1/72	  Average  40-45	  Maximum	
     11       2/72                   45-50
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  12/71	  Average  55-60	  Maximum   100
     "       1/72	           80
     "       2/72                   55
     it     
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_    N/A	B.  19_  	C.  19_  	

VIII.  SAFE3Y INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;   Flow meter and pressure recorder.


    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:   N/A
    C.  Frequency of Measuring water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;   N/A
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation: N/A
3-  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;   Casing must be sealed from surface to	
          disposal zone

    B.  Monitoring Requirements:  5 observation wells required into the lowest
          fresh water zone (tested every 2 weeks).  Pressure outside casing	
          monitored to detect leaks in the casing.	
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures; If salinity in observation wells
          increases, injection well must be shut down, until cause is determined.
                                      (d)

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                                             Well Id. Code:
                                                          NY-2
                    COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNTIED STAGES
 Permit Status:   PDF
                                    Operational Status:
 Operating Company Name and Address: Hooker chemical Corp.f Niagara Fails PI ant-
                                     Niagara Falls. New York	
 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data: (Day)  01     (Month)   IQ
 2.   Latitude and Longitude:  4305'/79OQ'
                                                       (Year)
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description):  N/A
 .   County:   Niagara
                                     State:    New York
 5.  SIC Classification;    2899
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.   Type of Waste Injected:  HCI waste
 2.
 3-
 I.
 5.
 6.

 7.
 8.
 9.
10.
Date Well Permitted:
Injection Rate:    0.252 - 0.360 million gpd
             Completed:  8/5/68
Injection Pressure;   1350 - 1500 psi
Total Depth of Well;  3058 ft.
Name, Age, and Depth Of Injection Zone:  Theresa - Potsdam.  Cambrian
                                         2835 ft.	
Date Injection Began: (Day)  N/A   (Month)            (Year)
Total Volume Injected to Date:
Date Injection Ceased: (Day)
Previous Mode of Disposal:
N/A
     N/A
            (Gallons)
       (Month)
_(Year)_
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION
 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
  Queenston
  Lorraine
  Utica
  Trenton
  Black River
  Theresa
  Potsdam
  Basement  Complex
                 (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Llthologic Description
                  Ordovician      1101     237	   shale	
                  Ordovician      1338     551	   shale	
                  Ordovician      1889     218	   shale	
                  Ordovician      2107     518	   limestone	
                  Ordovician      2625     210	   limestone	
                  Cambrian	    2835     100	   dolomite,  sandstone
                  Cambrian	    2935     91	   sandstone
                                  3026
                         feldspar schist
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Unit
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
3) Thickness (Ft.)
**) Formation Fluid Pressure, psl
5) Llthostatic Pressure, psi
6) Ifydrofracturing Pressure, psi
7) Age of Unit
8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ndllidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Theresa Potsdam
2835 2935
100 91
1410 1445
1.0 psi/ft' est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Cambrian
4.3
0.1 7.7
30
Dolomite sandstoiu
sandstone
extensive
Queenston-Utica
1101
788



Ordovician



shale


    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids: TDS - 270.450
         SP.  Gr.  -  1.2: pH  -  3.1
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Kane
 N/A
                    Area!     Lithologic
Depth    Thickness  Extent    Character
Fluid
Character
    Mineral Resources in Area:  North  Buffalo  Medina  gas  pool  10 miles  southeast;
      gypsum mined  10  miles  from site.	
5.  Location ofOther Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area:   N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity): Unreacted HCI,  99.9%;
      phenol 1440#/day;  chloride 1210#/day;  dissolved organics 2900#/day

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:  N/A	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:  N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity:   1.06
    D.  Temperature:  35 to 45  C
    E.  pH:  less than 1.0
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity: HC1 lethal below pH of 5.0; phenol fatal at total dose of 1.5
      grams

1.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components: Corrossive
5.  Degradability Level and Rate;  Acid degradation of organics. _


6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably not sterile at injection, bacterial activity minimal. _

7.  Pre-injectlon Waste Treatment;  All water filtered through a five-unit
     anthracite filter and treated with a biocide concentration of 10 to 15 ppm


V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface                                                         "
                       _  _
Intermediate        i/-i/z           48#  H-40               13-3/8    423
                    12-1/4           361T J-55               9-5/8     2829
   ection                                 K-55               7         2815
Other                              	  	      4-1/2     2815
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon: 20" casing
    1-1/2 cu. yd. Ready mix; 13-3/8" casing - 315 sks Portland w/2% CaClg;	
    9-5/8" casing - 465 sks Portland, 825 sks salt, 16 sks gel, Posmix A/25,   ~~
    Flocele 32#; 7" casing - Posmix w/18% salt + 3/4% CFR-2 additive
3.  WeU Head Equipment (Name and Models);   N/A


b.  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment: Baker accessories
     guide shoe, centralizers, metal pedal baskets, bottom wiper plug, top	
     displacement plug, 8 centralizers	

5.  Bottom Hole Completion; Open Hole
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing ProgranB, etc.: Acidized 2835' - 3026' with
    12,000 gallons 15% and 25% HC1	

VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:  N/A                 	
2.  Filters:   N/A
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3.  Pumps:   N/A	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)   9/9/68	  Average   50	  Maximum  50	
              9/19/68                  95	           2SS
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)   9/9/68	  Average   629	  Maximum  629
              9/19/68                 1510                 1Sin
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19	N/A	B.  19_  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:  N/A	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;   N/A
 3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:   N/A
    B.  Monitoring Requirements;   N/A
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;   N/A

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                                                               NY-3
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNTIED STATES
Permit Status:
                  DNP
    Operational Status:
                  DN
 Operating Company  Name and Address;  Bethlehem steel Corp.,
                                     Hamburg Township.  New York
                                                                      plant-
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)  01     (Month)	07_
2.  Latitude and Longitude; 42048'11"/7850'40"
                                                            (Year)	73
 3.   Well Location (Legal Description):   N/A

 4.   County:    Erie
 5.   SIC Classification;    33iT
                                         State:   New York
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type of Waste Injected;  steel pickling liquors
 2.   Date Well Permitted:	
 3.   Injection Rate;   72.000 gpd
                                              Completed:  5/18/68
    Injection Pressure;  900 psi
5.  Total Depth of Well;  4313 ft.
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth Of Injection Zone;  Theresa - Potsdam.  Cambrian
                                             3794  - 4251 ft.	
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)  N/A   (Month)            (Year)
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:    N/A	
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)        (Month)            (Year)
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:   N/A	
                                                                     (Gallons)
HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
 Lorraine-Utica
 Trenton	
 Black River	
 Theresa
 Potsdam
 Basement Complex"
                      (b)
                      Age
                       Ordovician
                       Ordovician
                       Ordovician
                       Cambrian
                       Cambrian
(0
Depth
  2247
  2994
  3590
  3794
(d)
Thickness
  747
  596
  204
  337
  4131
  4251
  120
(e)
Lithologic Description
 shale	
 limestone	
 limestone	
 dolomite, sandstone
 sandstone	
 metamorphic	
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection ttiit
                                               Conflnirur Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(*0 Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
6) Hydrofracturlng Pressure, psi
7) Age of Unit
8) Porosity %
9) Permeability, ndllidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Theresa Potsdam
3794 4131
337 120
1938 @ 4000'
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Cambrian
5
113
25
dolomite , sandstone
extensive

Lorraine - Utica
2247
747



Ordovician



shale
extensive

    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids;  Chloride - 203,838 ppm;
         pH - 7.0; Specific Gravity - 1.22 @77F	
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
  N/A
                      Areal     Lithologic
  Depth    Thickness  Extent    Character
Fluid
Character
    Mineral Resources in Area:  Medina (Silurian) gas field 5 to 10 miles
     away, Glade oil field 50 miles; gypsum mined 25 miles away.	
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned wells, and Other renetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area:  N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity); 0.5% to 5% HCl, 0 to 25%
      FeCl2	

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/l:_Ji/A	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:_ N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity:
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH:
               1.1 - 1.2
         N/A
1.0
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity: HC1 lethal at pH lower than 5.0; FeCl0 toxic to fish and aquatic
     invertebrates at concentrations ranging from less than 1 mg/1 to 5000 mg/1.

i|.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:  Corrossive
5.  Degradablllty Level and Rate;   None
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably not sterile at injection;  bacterial activity minimal.	

7.  Ppg-lnjectlon Waste Treatment:   Filtering
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
1.  Casing and Tubing
Surface
Intermediate
Hole
Size
17-1/2
12-1/2
8-3/4

Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
40# H-40
32# H-40
23# J-55
Fibercast
Size
13-3/8
9-5/8
7
2-7/8
Depth
Set
91
1201
3783
3800

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:	
     13-3/8" casing -  BessePortland^100 sks  w/2%  CaClo;  9-5/8"  casing  -
     420 sks 50-50  Pozmix  w/2% "Bentonite &  18%  salt;  7'' casing - 550  sks
    ^50-50  Pozmix w/2% Bentonite  &  18%  salt.
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models):   N/A
4.  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;  13-3/8"  casing
     guide  shoe  w/one  centralizer;  9-5/8"  casing guide  shoe,  cementing  float
     collars,  canvas metal  petal  basket; bottom wiper plug + top displacement
     Plug	^
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:   Open  hole	
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.: Acidizing - 15% HCI.
      2000  gal.,  3800  - 4300  ft., May, 1968	

VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines: 15 to 30 day back-up capacity steel holding
    tank	^	

2.  Filters: Filter down to  1 micron sixe - diatomaceous earth
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3.  Pumps:  Centrifugal  PUmPS  with  titanium  lining.	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)    5/16/68      Average   25	  Maximum   2s	
               5/26/68                65
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)    5/16/68      Average   360	  Maximum
               5/26/68                700	            ?nn
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19	N/A	B.  19_  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY PffORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;   N/A	
    B.  Sampling Irrequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;   N/A
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;   N/A
3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements;    N/A
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:   N/A
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;   N/A
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                                            Well Id.  Code:
                                                               NY-4
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTICW WELLS IN THE UNl'flOJ ST/fl
Permit Status:
                  DNP
  Operational Status:
     DN
Operating Company Name and Address: F.M.C. Corp.v Niagara chemical Division
                                    Middleport. New York	
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)  01     (Month)	07_
2.  Latitude and Longitude:  43l5'/7825'
                                                            (Year)	73
3.  Well Location (Legal Description):  N/A
 5.
 n.
 i.
    County:   Niagara
                                          State:    New York
    SIC Classification;  2879
     GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

    Type Of Waste Injected; Manufacture of insecticides, pesticides, fungicides,
     and other chemicals.
 2.
 3.

 5*.
 6.

 7.
 8.
 9.
10.
    Date Well Permitted:
    Injection Rate:  o.o58 - o.os million gpd
        Completed:   7/30/68
    Injection Pressure:  336 - 2300 psi
    Total Depth of Well:  318  ft
    Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone: Theresa, Cambrian, 2660'
                                            Metamorphic Biotite, Pre-Cambrian, 2765
    Date Injection Began: (Day)  N/A   (MonfivT           (Year)
    Total Volume Injected to Date:   N/A	(Gallons)
    Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Month)            (Year)	
    Previous Mode of Disposal:   N/A	
HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
Queenston
Oswego
Lorraine
Trenton-Black
Theresa
(b)
Age
Ordovician
tfrdovician
Ordovician
River Ordovician
Cambrian
(c)
Depth
135
1072
1152
1845
2660
(d)
Thickness
831
&0
693
815
105
(e)
Lithologic Description
silty shale
sandstone
shale
limestone
dolomite, sandstone
  Metamorphic
                      Pre-Cambrian
25
biotite quartzite
                                    (a)

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    B.  Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
(1) tame
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(M) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturlng Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, mLllidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Theresa/Metatnorphii
2660 2765
105 429
0.45 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Camb . pCamb .



dplomite quartzite
sandstone
widespread
Oueenston-Lorraine
135
1710



Ordovician



shale
widespread

    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  TDS  -  213,000
         chloride - 118.000 ppm;  pH -  10.5
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
 Drift
Depth
   100
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
Llthologic
Character
Fluid
Character
            variable   sand,  gravel    fresh
    Mineral Resources In Area:  Mining  of  gypsum 15 miles  southwest] gasfield
      10 miles away	
5.  Location of Other wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area:   N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):  sodium suifate  and  suifide:
     sodium chloride;  sodium trithio-carbonate	

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mgA:  N/A	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:  N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity;   1.022  (jj 25C
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH;   6.32
       N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Ibxlcity:  N/A	
    Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;  None
5.  Degradabillty Level and Rate;   None
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection;
     Probably not sterile at injection; bacterial activity minimal	

7.  Pre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment:  Filtration and settling
V.  WEIL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing



Surface
  beiiiiBC

  lection
Inject
Other
Hole
Size
17-1/2
10-5/8
7-7/8

Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
48# H-AO
24# J-55
15. 5# J-55
6.5# IK-90 EVE
Size
13-3/8
8-5/8
5-1/2
2-7/8
Depth
Set
229
1195
2655
2465 '

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement  Horizon:	
     13-3/8" casing - 175 sks class A Portland w/3% Cal.ch. 15.5#/gal;  8-5/8"
     casing - 300 sks class A Portland w/2% Cal.ch 15.5#/gal.; 5-1/2" casing~=~
    ~5l)d cu. ft. class A Collon 15.5#/ gal, slurry wt.
3.  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models);  o.c.T. head  installed  and set  at
     2.25 ft. below ground level	

4.  Backers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment: 13-3/8*' casing  -
     Baker float shoe and 3 centralizers  @45',130', and  196'; 8-5/8" casing -
     Baker guide shoe and Baker float collar with 5 centralizers;  5-1/2" casing"
    "Baker Model D packer (32465* and 6 Baker centralizers
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:  Open hole
 6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.; Acidizing  -  3QQQ  gal.
      28%  HC1 at  2660 -  2765  ft.	 .

 VI.   DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE  EQUIPMENT

 1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;   Surge  tank of  16,000  gallons  capacity;	
      emergency reserve  pit.                		

 2.  Filters; Two books  of disposal  cartridges.  Cartridge  life will be  1-1/2  to
      2  weeksT"               "   ~   ~~~~   ~~
                                      (C)

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3.  Pumps:  Two centrifugal transfer pumps	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)   N/A	  Average	  Maximum	
     it
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)   N/A	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_    N/A	B.  19_  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;    N/A	,
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;   N/A
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:   Emergency reserve
      pit.	
3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements;    N/A	
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
IN/A
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:
            IN/A

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                                             Well Id.  Code;     QH-I
                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AM) MUNICIPAL


 Permit Status;    PDF	Operational Status;   NOP
 Operating Company Name and Address;   Empire  Reeves  steel.  DJV. of Cycinps
                                      Mansfield.  Ohio
 I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)  01	(Month)  04	(Year)   73
 2.  Latitude and Longitude;  N/A
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description):  Madison  TWP.  766  ft.  FSL and 1024 ft.
      FWL of Sec 16.	
 4.  County;   Richland	State    Ohio	
 5.  SIC Classification:   3312	

 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type Of Waste Injected;  Spent:  pickling  liquors from  steel processing.
 2.  Date Well Permitted:   8/18/67	Completed:
 3.  Injection Rate;  35  gpm
     Injection Pressure:    1000  psi
 5.  Total Depth of Well;  5085  ft..
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone; Mt.  Simon, Cambrian"
                                             4982  ft.
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)_22	(Month)  11         (Year)  68	
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:    10,314.933	           (Gallons)'
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day) 02     (Month)  02         (Year)  71'	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:    N/A	
 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Llthologic Description
 "N/A"
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                         Confinine Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
n>) F(ydrofracturing Pressure, psi
7) Age of Unit
8) Porosity %
?) Permeability, raillidarcles
0) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Mt . Simon
4982
82
2036


Cambrian
10.4
9
40
szmHfil-nnp*


Eau Claire
4634
330



Cambrian



dolomite


    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids;  IDS = 292.OOP pom
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
 N/A
                                Area!     Lithologic
            Depth    Thickness  Extent    Character
Fluid
Character
 |.  Mineral Resources in Area;   N/A
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area;   N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):  Acid, iron, copper and
      insoluble  residue   	.        	
                                        4705
Physical/Chemical Description
A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:
B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;'   N/A
C.  Specific Gravity;  1.19	
D.  Temperature:   120 F	
E.  pH:  i.o	
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:   N/A	
b.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:  Corrosive due tp acid

5.  Degradability Level and Rate:   None
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably not sterile at injection; bacterial activity minimal.	

7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment:   N/A
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and lUbing
Surface
Intermediate

  lection
Inject
Other
Hole
Size
13-1/2
9
Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
32.75* J-55
23# J-55
Size
10-3/4
7
Depth
Set
674
4974


EUE 9.3# J-55
3-1/2


2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:  10-3/4
     inch casing - 375 sks 50-50 Pozmix w/2% salt gel; 7 inch casing - 1165 sks
     4. density w/1% CFR-2.	

3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models):   N/A
b.  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:  is centralize^,-
     cement,baskets at 1772 and 4904 ft.; D-V collar at 1905 ft.;  Halliburton
     shoe at 4975 ft.; Carpenter No. 20Cb3 joint at 4961.to 4972  ft.	

5.  Bottom Hole Completion;  Open hole
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:   Buffer zone - 2 million
     gallons of fresh water.	

VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:   N/A	
2.  Filters:   N/A
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3.  Pumps:   N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   4/69	  Average   16	  Maximum	
     "        1/70                   17	         	
     "        5/70	            15	         	
     it     __                               	
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   4/69	  Average   1250	  Maximum    1750
     "        1/70                   360	             595
     "        5/70	            300	             615
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_      N/A	B.  19_  	C.  19_  	

VIII.  SAPE3Y INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;   Monthly  reports; periodic pressure checks.
           continuous rates  and  pressure recorders.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured; Periodically
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  N/A
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:  N/A
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;   Completed,  equipped and maintained in a
           manner that  will prevent  pollution  of fresh water or endanger any
           natural resources.
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:   Injection rate and flow,annulus pressure,
           waste  characteristics.	

    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;   Must operate as permitted.
                                     (d)

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                                             Well Id.  Code:
                                                          OH-2
                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNITED STATES
 Permit Status:    PDR
                                    Operational Status:
 Operating Company Name and Address:  Armco steel cornorati
                                                     on
                                     Middletown.  Ohio
 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data: (Day)  28
                                  (Month)  03
 2.   Latitude and Longitude:  392l'/8422'
                       (Year)  73
 3.   Well Location (Legal Description):  Lemon TWP,  1055 ft.  FNL and 65 ft.
      FWL of sec 8.
     County:    Butler
                                     State:
               Ohio
 5.   SIC Classification:  3312
 II.   GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.   Type Of Waste Injected;  Hydrochloric acid pickle liquor and pickle rinse
      water.
 2.
 3.
 1*.
 5.
 6.

 7.
 8.
 9.
10.
Date Well Permitted:  id/20/67
Injection Rate:   100 gpm	
          Completed:   3/12/67
Injection Pressure:  60 psi
Total Depth of Well;  3296 ft.
Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone;  Mt. Simon. Cambrian
Date Injection Began: (Day)	
Total Volume Injected to Date:	
Date Injection Ceased: (Day)	
Previous Mode of Disposal;   None
                                         2954 ft.
   (Month)   06
 (Year)69
  24.456.652   (6/5/72)
            (Gallons)
   (Month)
_(Year)
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION
 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Ifriits Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
  Richmond Group
  Cynthiana	
  Trenton	
  Black River
  Chazy	
  St.  Peter	
  Chepultepec
  Copper Ridge ~
  Conasauga	
  jlome         "~
  Shady	
  Mt.  Simon
                 (b)
                 Age
                  Prdovician
                  Ordovician
                  Ordovician
                  Ordovician
                  Ordovician
                  Ordovician
                  Cambrian
                  Cambrian
                  Cambrian
                  Cambrian
                  Cambrian
                  Cambrian
(c)      (d)         (e)
Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
  90        446	   limestone,  shale	
  536       102 _     limestone	
  638	28	   limestone	
  666       294	   limestone	
  960       192       limestone	
  1152      20	   sandstone	
  1172      460   ~   dolomite	
  1632      732       dolomite	
  2364      144       shale
  2508      338
  2846      108       dolomite	
  2954                sandstone
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                             Confinine Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) 'Thickness (Ft.)
(M) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
C6) ftrdro fracturing Pressure, psi
(7; Age of Unit
(b1) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ndllidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Mt. Simon
2954
282
1200
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Cambrian
7-14
66 - 524
30
sandstone
widespread


300
2600



Ordovician-Cambrian



limestone, shale
widespread

    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  TDS  =  189.000 ppm;
           Cl~ = 110,000 ppm;  Na =  40,000 ppm;  Ca  =  20,400 ppm.	
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
"N/A"
                    Area!     Lithologlc
Depth    Ihickness  Extent    Character
Fluid
Character
4.  Mineral Resources in Area:
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area:   N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  Maximum - 1% HCI,
     25% Fed ,  and 1.5% Fed .	

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:   9 ~ 15 ( less than 0.5 micron)
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:   250.000
    C.  Specific Gravity:   1.16 - 1.18
    D.  Temperature:  100" - 150" F
    E.  pH:   less than 1.0
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxlcity;   N/A	
H.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:    Corrosive,  surface
     equipment designed to resist attack.	
5.  Degradabillty Level and Rate;   N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     N/A	

7.  Ifre-lnjection Waste Treatment:  Filtration by pressure leaf-type filter
     capable of removing suspended solids larger than 2 microns.	



V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTOUCTION

1.  Casing and lifting
Surface
Intermediate

  lection
Inject
Other
Hole
Size
17-1/2
12-1/2
Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
48# H-40
36# J-55
Size
13-3/8
9-5/8
Depth
Set
310
2922


Epoxy chemical tubing
3-1/2
2906

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon;  13-3/8
     inch casing - 250 sks;  9-5/8 inch casing - 900 sks;  3-1/2  inch casing  -
     50 sks. _

3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);   National tubing  hanger type  "E".
b.  Packers. Centralizers , and Other Susurface  quipment;  Annulus  filled
     with refined mineral oil under 600 psi.   Seal  Baker  model  190-47  Model
     G and 3-1/2" slim hole centralizers .3-1/2"  x 8-5/8"  packer model  "D".

5.  Bottom Hole Completion;  Open hole.
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:   Buffer  zone  -  4r900.OOP
     gallons of fresh water.	

VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIIMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Flow Lines;   Two 75.QUO gal,  capacity  holding tanks.
2.  Filters;  Two vertical pressure leaf  with diatomaceous  earth  precoat, rate
     as 0.5 gpm/ft .                                              ~~~
                                     (c)

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3-  Pumps:  2  -  centrifugal  transfer pumps rated 100 gpm; 1 - triplex plunger
      injection  pump  rated 100 gpm at 1500 ft.	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   6/69	  Average  28	  Maximum	
     "         6/70                   51
     "         677145
     "         6/72                   89
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)    6/69	  Average   165	  Maximum
     "         6/70                	10
     "         5771                  BIT
               6/72
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19^2   9,197,927	B.  19_71    13,098,913   C.  19.70    1,629,632

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Continuous  rate/pressure  recorder,  annulus
      pressure  checked periodically,  turbrimeter.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  N/A
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;
2.  Contingency Plan for Well FSLlure During Operation:
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;   Completed,  equipped and maintained in a
           manner that  will prevent  pollution of fresh water or endanger any
           natural resources.
    B.  Monitoring Requirements;  Flow rate and injection volume.
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;   Operate as permitted.
                                      (d)

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                                             Well Id.  Code:   OH-3
                    COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION
 Permit Status:   PDR
                   Operational Status:
 Operating Company Name and Address:  Armco steel	
                                      Mi'ddletown. Ohio
 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Ehtry Date of Data: (Day)  28     (Month)	03_
 2.   Latitude and Longitude;  3929'/84022'
                                      (Year)   73
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description); Lemon TWP, 1190 ft. FNL and 1365 ft.
     FWL of Sec 8.
     County;   Butler
                    State:   Ohio
 5.  SIC Classification;  3312
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type of Waste Injected;  Hydrochloric acid pickle liquor and pickle
     rinse water.
 2.  Datewell Permitted;  10/24/67
 3.  Injection Rate;  100 gpm
                         Completed:  4/24/68
     Injection Pressure;  10 - 500 psi
 5.  Total Depth of Well;  3285 ft.
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone;  Mt. Simon. Cambrian
                                              2940 ft.
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)__
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:	
                  (Month)   05
        (Year)    69
                34.154.310
                  (Month)
(6/17/72)
(Gallons)
        [Year),
             None
 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION
 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
 Richmond Group
 Cynthiana	
 Trenton	
 Black River
 Chazy	
 St. Peter	
 Chepultepec
 Copper Ridge
 Conasauga	
 Rome	
 Shady	
 Mt. Simon
(b)
Age
Ordovician
Ordovician
Ordovician
Ordovician
Ordovician
Ordovician
Cambrian
Cambrian
Cambrian
Cambrian
Cambrian
Cambrian
(c)
Depth
90
536
638
666
960
1152
1172
1632
2364
2508
2846
(d)
Thickness
446
102
28
294
192
20
460
732
144
338
108
2954
       (c)
       Lithologic Description
       limestone, shale	
       limestone
       limestone
       limestone	
       limestone	
       sandstone	
       dolomite	
       dolomite	
       shale
       dolomite
       sandstone
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                             Conflnincr Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7; Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, raillidarcies
(10) Fteservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Mt . Simon
2940
339
1200


Cambrian
7-14
66 - 524
30
Rpnrlsfnnp
widespread


300
2600



Ordovician-Cambrian



1 "! Tnp!3l"nnp sbal p
widespread

    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  IDS
         Cl" =  110.000; Na = 40.000; Ca = 20.400	
                                                             189.000 ppm;
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


                Depth
Name
TiTT
           Areal
Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
4.  Mineral Resources in Area:
5.  Location of Other wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area;   N/A	
3V.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  Maximum  -   1%  HC1,
     25% FeCl9,  1.5%
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:   9 - 15
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1 :_~_2507000_
    C.  Specific Gravity:   1.16 - 1.18
    D.  Temperature:  100"  - 150"  F
    E.  pH:    less than 1.0
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:    N/A	
M.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components; Corrosive; surface equipment
      designed  to  resist  attack.	
5.  Degradabillty Level and Rate:  N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      N/A	

7.  Pre-injectlon Waste Treatment: Filtration by pressure leaf type filter
      capable  of  removing  suspended solids larger than  2 microns.,	


V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface                             48#   H-40               13-3/8     298
Intermediate                         36#   J^55                9-5/8     29,46
  lection                           Epoxy chemical tubing     3-1/2      2915
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
      13-3/8  inch  casing  -  300  sks cement.
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);  National tubing hanger type "E"
 4.  Packers, Centralizers , and Other Subsurface  quipment:  Seal - Baker model
      80-40 mod. G-with 3-1/2 x 6-1/4 slim hole centralizers; packer - model D
 5.  Bottom Hole Completion: Open hole.
 6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  Buffer zone - 3,000,000"
      gallons of  fresh water.	

 VI.   DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

 1.  Holding Tanks and PlOW Lines:   Two 75,000 gal. holding tanks.
 2.  Filters;  Two vertical pressure leaf with diatomaceous earth precoat rate
      at  0.5  gpm/ft^.
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3-  Pimps:    2  -  centrifugal  transfer pumps rated 100 gpm; 1 - triplex plunger
      pump rated 100  gpm.

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   5/69	  Average   3	  Maximum	
     "         5/70                   44
     "         5/71                	47_
     "         677267
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)    5/69	  Average   150	  Maximum
     "         5/70                   10
     "         5/71                   40
     11         6772                   80
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  1922    12,531.094       B.  19.71    9.571,271    C.  19_72_   13.722.831

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Continuous rate/pressure recorder.	
          annulus pressure checked periodically, tubrimeter.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  N/A
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads; N/A
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;  N/A
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  Completed, equipped and maintained in a
          manner which will  prevent pollution.

    B.  Monitoring Requirements:  N/A
    C.  Restrictions ofOperation Procedures;   N/A
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:    OH-4
                   COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN TOE UNi'M; STATfeS
Permit Status:
PDR
Operational Status:
Operating Company Name and Address; vistron corporation
                                    Lima. Ohio 	
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)  01     (Month)   09
2.  Latitude and Longitude:  4042'/84
                                         (Year)
3.  Well Location (Legal Description):  130 ft.  FSL and 72 ft.  FEL of SE 1/4,
     Sec 2, Shawnee Twp.	
l.  County;   Allen
                       State:
           Ohio
5.  SIC Classification;  2810
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type of Waste Injected;  Acrylonitrile and methacrylonitrile production
2.
3.
il.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
wastes.

Date Well Permitted: 1/11/68
Injection Rate: 37,650,000 gpy
Injection Pressure: 776 psi
Total Depth of Well: 3133 ft.
Name, Age, and Depth of Injection
Date Injection Began: (Day) 05


Completed



Zone: Mt. Simon,
2780 ft.
(Month) 07


: 2/11/68



Cambrian

(Year) 68
Total Volume Injected to Date: 310,789,318 (3/31/73) (Gallons)
Date Injection Ceased: (Day)
(Month)
(Year)
Previous Mode Of Disposal: Incineration and bio-treatment.



gl.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Litnology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
 Drift
   (b)
 Cavugan
 Lockport
 Trempealeau
 Mavnardville
 Conasauea-Shadv
 Mt.  Simon	
 Medina - Clinton
 Reedsville	
 Trenton	
 Eggleston-Gull River
 Glenwood	
      eistocene
    Silurian
    Silurian
    Silurian
    Silurian
    Ordovician
    Ordovician
    Cambrian
    Cambrian
    Cambrian
    Cambrian
    Cambrian
(c)
Depth
32
210
408
593
1252
1294
1809
1811
2282
2398
2780
(d)
Thickness
3^
178
198
185
659
42
515
2
471
116
282
352
                 (e)
                 Lithologic Description
                 sand,  gravel,  clay
                 sandstone,  shale
                 dolomite
                 limestone
                 shale
                 dolomite
                 dolomite
                 shale f
                 sandstone
                                    (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Unit
(1) Name
2) Depth (Ft.)
3) Thickness (Ft.)
5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi .
(6) Ifydrofracturlng Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, mlllidarcles
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution
Mt. Simon
2780
352
1100
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Cambrian
14.4

29
Sandstone
widespread

Gleenwood-Shadv
1809
971



Cambrian



Shale, dolomit-p
widespread

    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


Name            Depth
N/A
                                Areal
                     Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
 .  Mineral Resources In Area:
                              None
5.  Location of Other wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Inmediate tfydrologically Affected Area:   N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  Ammonia, sulfate,
    organic acids, and nitriles.	
2.
Physical/Chemical Description
A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mgA:  66
    Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:  39.000
    B.
    C.
    D.
    E.
    Specific Gravity: 1.06 - 1.12
    Temperature:  N/A	
    pH:  4.0 - 6.5	
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:  All constituents could be considered toxic,
5.
    Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;  'Corrosive due to presence
    of organic acids.
         Llity Level and fete:   None
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
    Probably not sterile at injection; possible transformations of organics	
    and nitrogen compounds by bacteria.	
7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment:  Surge pond (2.5 million gallons) for
    equalization and settling of solids; filtration through sand filters;	
    waste waters run through heat exchangers to cool waste.	
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing
Surface
Intermediate
IhJ(
Otto
ection
Hole
Size
"12^1/4
9
Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
32.75#
20#
H-40
J-55
Depth
Size Set
10^3/4 ~4T4
7 2782.5

8-3/4
9.3#
J-55
3-1/2 2778.2

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon;  10-3/4"
    casing - 125 sks 50-50 Pozmix. 2% gel, 600# Gilsonite; 7" casing - 1st sfage^
    300 sks Pozmix, 1% CFR-2, 1B% salt gel, 100 sks Type II cement, l.rl/4% CFR-2,
    18% gel: 2nd stage= 1UU sks Pozmix, 1% (JFK-z, 1-1/4% Flocele, 351) sfcs Pozmix.
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);  National type -E- tubing, head t>-
    nominal, 2-2" line pipe putlets, 1-//5164U body. 1-#516375 CAP, 1-#516349-A
    type H-4E slip-packing type tubing hanger.	^	
    rackers, Cent:
    at 2782 ft.
                 izers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;  Baker "AC" packer
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;   Open hole completion - 2782 to 3133 ft.
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  Well treated three times
    with dilute acetonitrile to improve injection.	   	
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;  Carbon steel, 2 - 300 barrel surge tanks
2.  Filters:   6 pressure sand filters
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:    J-531-L Armco triplex plunger pump, 150 HP.	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTEKESTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)    7/69	  Average   160	  Maximum	
     "         7/70	            155
     "         7/71	            164
     "         7/72	            121
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)    7/69	  Average   1032	  Maximum
     "         7/70                  1015
     "         7/71	            485
               7/72	            782
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_72   37.648.290       B.  19_71    59.927.160   C.  19.70    93.620.400

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;   Injection and  annulus pressure  -  24  hr/day
         monitoring  and  recording,  hi-lo alarms; injection  temperature -	
         24  hr/day recording;  totalizing flow meters.
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured; None
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  None
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;  shut  down  immediately
     and valve in  ,  use alternate wells  or incinerate.	
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.   Construction Requirements;   Casing and integral  cement  Job required.
    B.  Monitoring Requirements;   Injection and annulus pressures;  flow rate
         to well;  total volume pumped.

    C.  Restrictions of Operation  Procedures;   Injection pressure  limited
         to 840 psi.	
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:    QH-5
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL ANDi MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN THJS UNi'icu STATES

 Permit Status:    PDR	Operational Status:    o	
 Operating Company Name and Address;  uss Chemical, Division of us steel
                                     Haverhill, Ohio         	
 I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.  Entry Date of Data:  (Day)   01      (Month)   04	(Year)	73_
 2.  Latitude and  Longitude;  NTT
 3.  Well  Location  (Legal  Description);  7360 ft. FSL and 5550 ft. FWI of Green
     Twp.
 4.  County:    Scioto     x  ,            State;    Ohio
 5.  SIC Classification;
 II.   GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.   TVpe Of Waste Injected;  Oxidation of cumene hydroperpxide and its subsequent
      cleavage into phenol, acetone, and alpha methyl stvrene production water.

 2.   Date Well Permitted:  4/30/68              Completed;  7/5/68
 3.   Injection Rate:  168 gpm
     Injection Pressure;  1000 psi
 5.   Total Depth of Well;   5617 ft.
 6.   Name, Age, and Depth  of Injection Zone;  Mt. Simon. Cambrian
                                             5514 ft. _ _____
 7.   Date Injection Began: (Day)  01     (Month)    10       (Year)  69
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:  131.888.327	           (GallonsT
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)        (Month)             (Year)      	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;    N/A	
 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)             (c)      (d)         (e)
 Name                 Age             Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
  N/A
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                             Confining Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millldarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Mt . Simon
5514
66
2633

4500
Cambrian
11.9
26.8
41
sandstone
widespread














    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  IDS = 316.OQQ PPEI
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


                Depth
Name
 N/A
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
Llthologic
Character
Fluid
Character
 .  Mineral Resources in Area:	N/A
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Imnediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area:   N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity): Waste water  containing
     phenol,  acetone,  cumene hydroperoxide,  sodium formate, and  sodium  sulfate.
2.
    Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:   N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;   N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity:_
    D.  Temperature;   120~F
    E.  pH:   N/A	
                            N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxlclty:   Total dose of 1.5 grams of phenol may be fatal to  humans.
 .  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:   N/A
5.  Degradablllty Level and Rate;   N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection
     Probably not sterile at injection;  bacterial activity minimal.	

7.  Pre-lnjection Waste Treatment:  Filtration
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing
Surface
Intermediate

  lection
Inject
Other
Hole
Size
12-3/4
8-3/4
Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
32.75# H-40
26# N-80
Size
10-3/4
7
Depth
Set
T73
5594


9.3# EUE N-80
3-1/2
5519

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon: 10-3/4
     inch casing - 260 sks; 7 inch casing - 2470 sks.	
3.  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models);   N/A
 .  Backers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;   Packer (jj 5422 ft.;
     annulus fluid' - inverted oil emulsion mud.
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;   Set through sand,  perforated,  notched,  and fraced
     @ 5517 to 5599 ft.              	
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:   Acid fracture with 6%
     HF and 9% HC1. 25.000 gal water and 30.OOP// 26-40 sand at 1710 gpm.

VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Flow Lines;   N/A	
2.  Filters:  N/A
                                     (c)

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3.  Pimps:   N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  6/69	  Average   100	  Maximum	
     "       7/70                    82
     11       7/71	         	89_
     "       7/72                    57
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  6/69	  Average   1250	  Maximum
     "       7/70                    1650
     "       7/71	            1500
     11       7/72 	         	1400
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_      N/A	B.  19_  	C.  19_

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:    N/A	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;   N/A
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  WAT
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;  N/A
3.  Regulatory TSpects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  Completed, equipped, and maintained in a
         manner  that will prevent pollution of fresh water or endanger any
         natural resources.	
    B.  Monitoring Requirements;  N/A
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;  Must operate as permitted.
                                     (d)

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                                             Well Id. Code;    OH-6
                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION WET-T-S IN THE UNTIED STATES

 Permit Status;     FDR	.__ Operational Status:
 Operating Company Name and Address;  vistron Corporation
                                      Lima,  Ohio	

 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data: (Day)  01     (Month)   09	(Year)  73
 2.   Latitude and Longitude;  4042'/84C
 3.   Well Location (Legal Description); 448.26 ft. FNL and 114.24 ft. FWL of
     NE  1/4 of Sec 11, Shawnee Twp.	
 4.   County:     Allen	State;    Ohio	
 5.   SIC Classification;   2899	
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.   Type Of Waste Injected; Acrylonitrile and methacrylonitrileproduction
     waste.

 2.   Date Well Permitted:   6/27/69            Completed:   7/19/69
 3.   Injection Rate;  107,000.000 gpy	
 M.   Injection Pressure;  680 psi	
 5.   Total Depth of Well: 3171 ft.
 6.   Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:  Mt. Simon. Cambrian
                                             2760 ft.
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)  14    (Month)   IQ       (Year)  70
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:   310.009.501   (3/31/73')         (Gallons)
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Month)            (Year)	
10.  Previous Mode Of Disposal;  Incineration and bio-treatment:	


 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
 N/A
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
Injection Unit Confinlne Bed
(1) Name
2) Depth (Ft.)
3) Thickness (Ft.)
5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
T5) Llthostatic Pressure, psi
T6) Ifydrofracturing Pressure, psi
i,7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
til) Character and Area!
Distribution
Mt . Simon
2760
384
1188
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Cambrian
14

29
sandstone
widespread

Glenwood-Shady
1800
900



Cambrian



shale, dolomite
widespread

    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:   Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


Name            Depth
 N/A
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
J*.  Mineral Resources in Area:   N/A
5.  Location of OtherVfells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area;
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity): Ammonia, sulfate, organic
     acids, and nitriles.	

2.  Ptyslcal/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   66
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;   39,OW
    C.  Specific Gravity:  1.06 - 1.12
    D.  Temperature;   90 F
    E.  pH:   4.0 - 6.5	
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:  All constituents could be toxic	
4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;  Possible  corrosion  from
     organic acids.	
5.  Deg'adabllity Level and Rate:   N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Possibly not sterile at injection;  possible bacterial  transformations  of
     organics and nitrogen compounds.	
7-  Pre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment:Settling of solids,  filtration/and heat
     exchange.	.	


V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and lifting

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface              13-3/4	    H-40  Class A	   10-3/4    504	
Intermediate          9	    20#  Grade K	     7	  28111
   ection             9	    11.6// Grade K	     4-1/2    2808.69
   ier
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon;  10-3/4"
     casing - 400 sks common class A.  4% gel,5% CaClp.  12# Gilsonite/sack;  7"
     casing - 250 sks Halliburton light 18% salt.  100 sks #2.  18% salt.  1-1/4%
     CFR-2 + 200 sks light. 18% salt.  50 sks light.  18% salt.  10# Gilsonite/sack
3.  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models);  4-1/2" x 7" Larkin tubing head.


4.  Flackers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;  Paker model  "AG"
     tension packer at 2808.69 ft.	


5.  Bottom Hole Completion;  Qpen hole completion  -  2808.69 to 3171 ft.

6.  flydraullc Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  None
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;  TWO 300 barrel surge tanks


2.  Filters;   6 pressure sand filters
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3.  Pumps:   J-531-L  Armco  triplex  plunger  pump,  150 HP	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   10/69        Average    173	  Maximum	
     "        10/70                    199
     "        7/71                     174
     11        7772                     200
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   10/69	  Average    588	  Maximum
     "        10/70                   571
     "        7/71                    708
     "        7772722
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_72    107,782,557     B.  19_71     94,001,958  C.  19J70    18.374,400

VIII.  SAFE3Y INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:   Injection  and  annulus pressures  -  24  hr/day
         monitoring  and  recording,  hi-lo alarms;  injection temperature  -  24  hr/day
         recording;  total  flow.	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  None
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  None
2.  Contingency Plan for Wen Failure During Operation;  snut  down  well  and
     incinerate waste  or pump  to  another  well.
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;   Casing and integral  cement  required.
    B.  Monitoring Requirements;injection and annulus pressure;  tlow rate to
         well;  total  volume pumped.


    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;   Injection pressure limited to
         840 psig.	
                                      (d)

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                                             Well Id.  Code:    on-7
                    COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
 Permit Status :_PDR	Operational Status;    DN
 Operating Company Name and Address;  Caihio Chemicals. Division of stauffer
                                     Perry Village. Ohio	
 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data:  (Day)  Ql     (Month)   04	(fear)	73.
 2.   Latitude and Longitude;
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description);   N/A
 M.  County;    Lake                       State;    Ohio
 5.  SIC Classification;  2818           	
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.   Type of Waste Injected; Wastes from the manufacture of agricultural
      fungicides  (captan, phalton)	

 2.   Date Well Permitted;  2/11/71             Completed;  4/9/71
 3.   Injection Rate;   N/A
     Injection Pressure;    N/A
 5.  Total Depth of Well;  6972 ft.
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone;  Mt. Simon. Cambrian
                                              5930 ft.
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)  N/A   (Month)            (Year)
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date;    N/A      	           (Gallons)'
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Month)            (Year)     	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;  N/A	
 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)          (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Lithologlc Description
    ~
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                    Confinine Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
T6) Hydrofracturlng Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ndllidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Mt . Simon
5928
132
2716
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Cambrian


50"
sandstone
widespread







Devonian-Cambrian



shale, carbonate,
sandstone
widespread
    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:   Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


                Depth
Name
           Areal
Thickness  Extent
Llthologic
Character
Fluid
Character
4.  Mineral Resources In Area:
         N/A
5.  Location of Other Vfells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Jtydrologically Affected Area;     N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  Chloroform  solubles  -
     3000 ppm;  MEK solubles  - 1200 ppm;  COD -4000  ppm;  NaCl  -  25 jpm;	
     Na^SO  - 2000 ppm;  Hexane solubles  - 10 ppm
2.  PhyBicaVChemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1: 0	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;
    C.  Specific Gravity:   1.025
    D.  Temperature:   N/A
    E.  pH;   7.0-7.5
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:  N/A	
 .  Reactivity with Surfttce Equipment Components; N/A
5.  Degradabillty Level and Rate:    N/A.
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      N/A	

?  Pre-lnjection Waste Treatment;   N/A
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Welgrt and Grade         Size       Set
Surface             13-3/4           32.75*                   10-3/4      512
Intermediate         9-1/2           26#  J-55                 7          5950
Injection
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon;  N/A
3.  well Head Equipment (Name and Models);   N/A
 .  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:  N/A
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:   N/A
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;   N7I"
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:    N/A
2.  Filters:
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19	  	B.  19	  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFEIY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;         "~
3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code;    QH-S
                   COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                                                   PATES ~

Permit Status;    PDR	Operational Status;   DN	
Operating Company Name and Address: International Salt Co.. Whiskey Island
                                    Cleveland. Ohio	
I.  GENERAL H3ENTIPICATION DATA

1.  Ehtry Date of Data: (Day)  01     (Month)  02  	(Year)	72.
2.  Latitude and Longitude; N/A
3.  Well Location (Legal Description);  Brooklyn Twp. Lot 51

M.  County;   Cuyahoga                   State;   Ohio
5.  SIC Classification:  2899	
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type of Waste Injected;  Brine seepage from a mine shaft.
2.
3.
1.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Date Well Permitted: 6/1/71
Injection Rate: N/A
Injection Pressure: N/A
Total Depth of Well: 143$ ft.
Name, Age, and Depth of Injection
Date Injection Began: (Day) N/A

Completed:




8/3/71








Zone: Oriskany, Devonian
1335 ft.
(Month)

(Year)
Total Volume Injected to Date: N/A
Date Injection Ceased: (Day)
Previous Mode of Disposal: N/A

(Month)


(Year)




(Gallons)



 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
 N/A                  "^                	   		
                                     (a)

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    B.  Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Unit
(1) tame
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(5) Thickness (Ft.)
(4) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, raillldarcles
CIO) Reservoir Temperature, bC
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Oriskany
1335
52
565


Devonian

610

sandstone


Ohio

1300



Devonian



shale


    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
"TO
                    Areal     Lithologic
Depth    Thickness  Extent    Character
Fluid
Character
it.  Mineral Resources In Area:
                  N/A
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate fydrologically Affected Area;
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity): TDS @IIQF - 276,530 ppm;
     total sulfides (as H?S) - 761 ppm; Ca - 34,303 ppm; Mg - 8,674 ppm     ~~

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:   N/A	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;   N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity:  1.164
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH;  5.5
        N/A
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3.  Tbxlclty:   N/A	
 .  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;  N/A
5.  Degradablllty Level and Rate:  N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not  sterile at injection; bacterial activity minimal.	

7.  Pre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment; Filtration
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface                                  J-55                5-1/2      300
Intermediate       	    EVE  j-5.5	   2-7/8      1330

  Jectlon                            Stainless Steel~21335
Inject
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon; 5-1/2"
     casing - cemented to surface; 2-7/8" casing - 180 sks Pozmix to surface.
3.  well Head Equipment (feme and Models);   N/A
 .  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:   N/A
5.  Bottom Hole Completion; Open
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  N/A"
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;
2.  Filters:
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION QiARACTERISnCS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_  	B.  19_  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:
 3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:
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                                            Well Id.  Code:    OH-9
                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    "INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNTIED  STATES

 Permit Status;    PDR	Operational Status:
 Operating Company Name and Address: Vistron  Corporation
                                     Lima, Ohio	

 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data:  (Day)  01     (Month)   09	(Year)	73_
 2.   Latitude and Longitude:  I/A"
 3.   Well Location (Legal Description):   1052 ft. FSL and 1068 ft. FWL of
      SE  1/4  of  Sec  2,  Shawnee Twp.	
 4.   County;     Allen       	            State;    Ohio
 5.   SIC  Classification;    2899,	
 II.   GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.   Type Of Waste Injected;   Acrylonitrile and methacrylonitrile production
      wastes.	

 2.   Date Well Permitted;   7/12/71             Completed;  3/16/72
 3.   Injection Rate;  N/A	
 M.   Injection Pressure;   552 psi	
 5.   Total Depth of Well:   N/A          	
 6.   Name, Age, and Depth  of Injection Zone:   Mt. Simon, Cambrian          """
                                              2780 ft.
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day) 08     (Month)  os        (Year)  72	
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date; is.338.210   (3/31/73)            (Gallons)
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Month)            (Year)     	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:  Incineration, bio-treatment.	


       GEOLOGIC INFORMATION
 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
 N/A
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
Injection Unit Conflnincr Bed
(1) Name
C2) Depth (Ft.)
3) Thickness (Ft.)
5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(?) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcles
(10) Reservoir Temperature, "C
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution
Mt. Si^on
2780'
386'
1320


Cnnhrian



Sandstone
widespread

Glenwood-Shady
1800
900



^ainbrian



shale and dolomite
widespread

    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


                Depth
Name
           Areal
Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
    Mineral Resources in Area:
                                 --'/A
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area:  N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTTCS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):   N/A
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, m&^l;   N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity;   N/A	
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH;    K/A
                        N/A
                                     (b)

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3.   Toxicity:    N/A	


l|.   Reactivity with Surface Equipment Ckatponertbs:   N/A

5.   Degradablllty Level and Rate;   M/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:


7.  Fre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment;   Settling of solids,  filtration,  heat exchange,



V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Ftole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface             13-3/8          Casing	   in-3/4     513
Intermediate        9	   rasing	   7	   2804
   ection           9               Tubing	4-1/2      2793
Other
 2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon;  10-3/4"
      casing:  235 sks ; 7" casing:  550 sks. _
 3.  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models);
  .   Packers, Centralizers , and Other Subsurface Equipment:   Raker tension type
      packer. _
 5.   Bottom Hole Completion:   Open hole completion^- 2793' to 3166'

 6.   Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;   N/A
 VI.   DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

 1.   Holding Tanks and PlOW Lines:   Carbon steel; 2-300 bhl. surge tanks.



 2.   Filters:6 pressure and filters.
                                      (c)

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3.  Pumps:    J-531-L Armco Triplex Plunger Pump, 150 Tip.	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  12/72	  Average   168	  Maximum	
     "       3/73	           191
     M
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  12/72	  Average   571	  Maximum
     "       3/73	            543
     it
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19J2   8.721,980       B.  19__  	C.  19_  	

VIII.  SAPETg INPORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;   Injection and annulus  pressures  - 24  hr./day,
          monitoring and recording,  hi-10  alarms; injection temp.  -  24  h
          recording; totalizing flow meters.
            .ng;  total!
B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured; TemperaturF
      recorded;  no  sampling.	

C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;          ~
 2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:  shut down immediately
      and valve in; dispose of waste via alternate disposal wells or incinerate.
 3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;   Casing and integral cement job required.


    B.  Monitoring Requirements;   Injection and annulus pressure; flow rate,
          total volume.

    C.  Restrictions Of Operation Procedures;  Injection pressure limited to 840 psi
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code;
                   COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN TOE UM'lti) STAGES

Permit Status;    PND	Operational Status:   PNn
Operating Company Name and Address: Mackianburr - rum ran r.
                                    BOX 25188, Okl-nhrnna (Mfy, OT.-1ahnTtia
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA
1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)  01     (Month)   QG	(Year)    73
2.  Latitude and Longitude:  35032too"/970i5t4Q"	
3.  Well Location (Legal Description):  NE 1/4, SE 1/4. Sec 16. T12N. R3W

i.  County:   Kingfisher                 State:   Oklahoma               ~
5.  SIC Classification;   2400	
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type of Waste Injected; Building products manufacture wasteg.
2.
3.
H.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Date Well Permitted: 7/29/71
Injection Rate: N/A
Injection Pressure: N/A
Total Depth of Well: N/A
Name, Age, and Depth of Injection
Date Injection Began: (Day) N/A

Completed:



Zone: N/A

(Month) (Year)
Total Volume Injected to Date: N/A
Date Injection Ceased: (Day)
Previous Mode of Disposal: N/A

(Month) (Year)










(Gallons)



HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

(a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)          (e)
Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness    Lithologlc Description
    	   		
                                    (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
H) thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psl
(5) Lithostatlc Pressure, psi
(6) Ifydrofracturlng Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ndllidarcles
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution


























    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


Name            Depth
                                Areal
                     Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
    Mineral Resources in Area:
5.  Location of Other wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Ifydrologically Affected Area:	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity)
2.
Physical/Chemical Description
A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mgA:
B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:"
C.  Specific Gravity:	~
D.  Temperature:	
E.  pH;	
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:	
 .  Reactivity with Surface Equipment ComponentsT
5.  Degradability Level and Rate:
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
7.  Pre~lnjectlon Waste Treatment;
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
1.  Casing and Tubing
                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	  	  	  	
Intermediate       	  	  	  	
  Jectlon
Inject
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models):
 .  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.
VT.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT
1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:	
2.  Filters:
                                     fc)

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3.  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	 Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
     n
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_  	B.  19_  	C.   19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:
 3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:
                                     (d)

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                                             Well Id.  Code:
                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
 Permit  Status:   PDR
                                        Operational Status:	o_
 Operating Company Name and Address;   i:ipak, inc.	
                                      P.O. Cox 338 - PrvcT. Oklahoma  74361
I.  GENERAL HJfam'lKLCATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)	oj_
                                       (Month)
 2.   Latitude and Longitude;    36i5'3n"/95i6'50"
                                                           (Year)  73
 3.   Well Location (Legal Description);   xw iM. SF. 1/4, sec. 33, r?i?;. Ri9r

  .   County:   Mayes
                                         State:  Oklahoma
 5.   SIC Classification:
                          2871
 II.   GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE


 1.   Type Of Waste Injected;   Manufacture of ammonia fertilizer wastes.
2.  Date Well permitted;  ] 0/19/66
3.  Injection Rate:
                                               Completed:
                       700
     Injection Pressure;   390 ps.i_.._
 5.   Total Depth of Well;  530
 6.   Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone;   Arbuckie. Ordovician. 307
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)  26    (Month)
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date;
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day) ,\/A   (Month)
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:   N/A
                                                          (Year)  66
                                                                     (Gallons;
                                                          TYear)
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Lltnology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
Ilindsvillp
Moo re fie Id
Keakuk
Reed SnrJn^s
Chattanooca
Simpson
Arbuckle
(b)
Age
Ml s s i s s i p p i an
Mis s iss i,pn i an,
Mississippi an
Mi ss i ssi ppi nn
Mississippi an
Mississinnian
Ordovician
(c)
Depth
n
54
10R
164
290
345
397
(d)
Thickness
54
64
164
126
55
7
133
(e)
Lithologlc Description


Chprfv 1 irppstone
shal c-
sandstone
dolomi f p
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                            Confining Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturlng Pressure, psi
7; Age of Unit
8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Arbuckle
397
133
250
1.0 psi/ft. est.
1.0 psi/ft. est.
Ordovician
Small pores to vug
112

dolomite, wide-
spread

Chattanooga
290
55



Mississippian
5


shale, widespread


    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids;   21,670 ppm Cl,  1,957  ppm
         Ca. 10.000 ppm Na. 870 ppm MR, 827 ppm SOA,  87ppm H,S	
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


Name            Depth
                                    Areal
                         Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
ft.  Mineral Resources in Area:  No minerals are reported.
Fluid
Character
5.  Location oFOther wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Ifydrologically Affected Area;  N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  Water and trace amounts of
     ammonia, urea, chromate, sodium chloride, and calcium sulfate, volume -
     370.QOO gpd,30 ppm CrO,, 2.5 ppm Fe, 60 ppm Cl.
2.  PhysicaVChemical Description
    A.   Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:.	
    B.   Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:]  N/A~
    C.   Specific Gravity:_
    D.   Temperature:
    E.   pH;  9.2
                                       N/A
                             1.00
                       ambient
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:   N/A	


M.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:  '"N/A
5,  Degradabillty Level am rate;   r:/A_
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      I.'/A	

7.  Pre-inJeCtion Waste Treatment:   Skinning and  sedimentation.
V.  WELL DESIGN AND INSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface
Intermediate        12-1/2         7P5525?                 8-5/8       397
   ection                           J-55   9T5?                4-1/2        390
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon;  8-5/8 inch
      casing -  600  sks.  common  circulated  to  surface.
3.  tell Head Equipment (Name and Models);
M.  Packers, Centrallzers,, and Other Subsurface Equipment:   Packer 0  384  ft.
      Jiirown M-3  Ketrievable)  -  CrO-  
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3.  Pumps:  N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  12/71	  Average  353	  Maximum   70()
     11        Initial
     11       Currant	           700
     ii
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   12/71         Average  39P _  Maxinum   42
     "        Initial
             Current335
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_     '
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                                            Well  Id.  Code:
                                                                   OK-3
                    COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
 Permit Status:	
 Operating Company
                 PDR	Operational Status:
                       and Address:   Kipak,  inc.
                                      P.O. Box 338 - Pryor, Oklahoma  74361
 I.   GENERAL IDEMTIPICATIQN DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data:  (Day)   01     (Month)   n?
 2.   Latitude and Longitude:    36*15'30"/9516'50"
                                                           (Year)
3.  Well Location (Legal Description);  SE 1/4. NW 1/4, Sec. 23. T21N. R19E

i|.  County;  Hays
5.  SIC Classification:  2871
                                          State:   Oklahoma
 n.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE


 1.   Type of Waste Injected;   Manufacture of ammonia fertilizer wastes.
 2.  Date Well Permitted;   4/55
 3.  Injection Rate;   200.000 gpd
                                              Conpleted:
 M.  Injection Pressure;   390
 5.  Total Depth of Well;    820'
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth  of Injection Zone:
                                              Arbuckle. Ordovi r i an
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)	(Month)
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date;   N/A
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)  N/A   (MonthT
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:   N/A	"
                                                          (Year)
                                                         JYear)
                                                                     (Gallons)
 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
NUMB
UTncTsville
Moorevield
Keakuk
Reed Springs
Chattanooga
Simpson
(b)
Age
Mississippian
Mississippian
Mississippian
Mississippian
Mississippian
Mississippian
(c)
Depth
0
54
108
164
290
345
(d)
Thickness
54
64
164
126
55
7
(e)
Lithologic Description


Cherty limestone
Shale
sandstone
 Arbuckie
                     Ordovician
358
                                              462
                                                          dolomite
                                     (a)

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    B.  Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Unit
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psl
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Ifydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ndllidarcles
tlO) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution
Arbuckle
358
462
250
1.0 psi/ft. est.
1.0 psi/ft. est.
Ordovician
Small no res to vug
112

Massiive limestone
widespread

Chattanooga
290
55



Mississippian
s


shale, widespread


    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids;   21,670 ppm ci,  1,957 ppm
         Ca,  n.OOO ppm .N'a,  870 ppir MR,  327  pprn  S0y., 87  p_pm H_0S.	
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful  Aquifers
Name
~N7T
Areal Lithologic
Depth Thickness Extent Character

Fluid
Character





4.  Mineral Resources in Area:
                             minerals are reported.
5.  Location of Other wells, Abandoned Wells,  and Other renetrations in
    Iirmediate Hydrologically Affected Area:    _xy.\	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTTCS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity)!   T*'ater and trace amounts of
      ammonia,  urea,  chruraate,  sodium chloride,  and calciun sulfate volume -
                  '                 '                            "   '         '
^O , O'OO gnd.  10 ppp Crn/ ,  2.  "p'pn "/^n ^ 60
                                                   i Cl
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mgA:    >:(A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:    V/A~
    C.  Specific Gravity:   i.oo	
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH:
                                      (b)

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3  TOXlClty',   ChroTMt'o rnnrent" ra 1i on i tnxir fn snmp spt'.r.i f'.a nt t-hir. 1
 .  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;
5.  Degradability Level and Rate;    NY A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Sufficient  nutrients to support biological growth with the pi' of 6.6.	


7.  Pre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment:   Skimming, and sedimentation.
V.  WELI; DESIGN AND CX3NSTOUCTION

1.  Casing and Hiblng

                   Hole             Casing or lUblng                    Depth
                   Size             Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface
Intermediate        12-1/2 _  j-55  24? _  8-5/8      397
Inj
Qtfi
iectlon          J-55   9.5#      	  4-1/2
er
2.  TVpe and Amount of Cement,  Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon;  8-5/8 inch
      casing -  600 sks common circulated to surface.
 3.  Well Head Equipment  (Name and Models);  N/A
    Packers, Centrallzers",  and Other Subsurface Equipment:  Brown ?i-i_
      Retrievable Packer (3 384 ft. - Annulus filled with AOOQ ppm CrO  , pi?  - 9.0.


 5.   Bottom Hole  Completion:    Open hole 8" ? 530   6" g 530 - 789'

 6.   Hydraulic Fracturing,  Acidizing Programs, etc.;   8,000 gai. 1^7.  m:i.


 VI.   DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE  EQUIFMEMT

 1.   Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;  niked pond 350' x eon' x 12'
 2.   Filters:
                                      (c)

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3.  Pumps:  N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   5/71	  Average   225	  Maxinum   ?oo	
     "        10/31/72                95
     "        10/14/72                105
     n        ~                    .
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   5/71	  Average    380	  Maximum   420
     "        10/31/72             	
     "        10/14/72                130
     n     i__         _____
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19	N^A	B.  19__  	C.  19	

VIII.  SAPEIY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;   4 fresh water wells  reported  semi-annually
          daily continuous  rate  -  pressure  recorders.                           ""

    B.  Sanpling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;   N/A
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;   N/A
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;   N/A
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;   Protect groundwater and other resources,


    B.  Monitoring Requirements;   Monitor pressure and waste character.
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;   Maximum pump discharge
          limit-afinn - 450 Dsi.	
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id.  Code:
                                                              OK-4
Permit Status:   PDR	
Operating Company Name and Address:

I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

                                01
                   COMPILATION OF BPJSTRIAL_AND MUNICIPAL
                                       	SET

                                        Operational Status: o
                                     North American Rockwell Corporation	
                                     3330 North Mingo Road - Tulsa. Oklahoma  74116
1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)                	
2.  Latitude and Longitude:  '36n'3o"/95c52'4n"
                                      (Month)
                                                       (Year)  73
3.  Well Location (Legal Description):
      R13E
                                     SW 1/4, SE 1/4. NE 1/4. Sec. 24. T20N.
County;
              Tu]sa
                                         State:
                                                  Oklahoma
5.  SIC Classification:
                      N/A
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SUE

1.  Type of Waste Injected:   Rinse water from pre-bond jrocessing line
2.
3.
H.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
(effluent contains hexavalent chromium).

Date Well Permitted: 10/67 Completed:
Injection Rate: 28,539 gal. /day
Injection Pressure: 275 psi
Total Depth of Well: 3ioo
Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone: Arbuckie and Rega^
1800-3000
Date Injection Began: (Day) (Month) 02 (Year)
Total Volume Injected to Date: 10,277,961
Date Injection Ceased: (Day) N/A (Month) (Year)
Previous Mode of Disposal: yJ>\







Ordovician

68
(Gallons)



HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
Verdigris
Skinner thru
  Fayetteville
Woodford	
Turner
Arbuckie      "
Regan
Basement
                 (b)
                 Age
                 Pennsylvanian
                 Pennsylvanian
                 Mississippinn
                 Devonian	
                 Ordovician
                 Ordovician
                 Cambrian
                 Pre-Cambrian
(0
Depth
 422
 460
 1446
                                             (d)
                                             Thickness
                                     1670
 1722
 1800
 2990
 3100
                                              1190
                                              110
                                                         (e)
                                                         Lithologlc Description
                                                          Limestone
                                                          Limestone,  shale, sandstone
                                                          Limestone  and shale
                                                          Shale	
                                                          Sandstone
                                                          Polotnite
                                                          Sandstone
                                                          Granite	
                                    (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Unit
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(4) Formation Fluid Pressure^ psi
C5) Llthostatic Pressure, psl
(6) Ifydrofracturing Pressure t. psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability , ndllldarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Arbnckle Reqan
1800 2990
nqo no
.45 ps.i/ft. >st.
1.0 p.si/f t . est .
800 psi
Ofrlpv I f i ;jn P.ninl') ri ;



limestone sands toi
doloni te
regionally distrib






n



;C

itecl
    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


                Depth
Name
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
U.  Mineral Resources in Area:   Oil  and gas are extensively produced  in the
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area;  200-ft.  monitoring well.
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  .chloride,  phenol,
                                                                         copper.
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1 ;   \/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;   N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity;   N'/A	
    D.  Temperature:   N/A	
    E.  pH;   N/A	
                                     (b)

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3 .  Toxicity :   r:/A
.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment  Conponents;   N/
5.  Degradabillty Level and Rate:    X/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      X/A	

7.  Ere-injection Waste Treatnient:  N/A
V.  WELL DESIGN AND O3NSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole             Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size             Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            11-3A	  	  io-3/4      4j?
Intermediate       a -3/4	   .J-T?	7	  1806
Injection          	   Fibers-ass	  2-7/S 1.1).  1325
Other              	   Carpentar (buLtoin of    	  1796-3 806
                                      1" casing)
2.  Type and Amount of Cement,  Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:  J0-3/4"
     casing -  286  sk.s.  rej'.  port 1 and, circulalcd to surfaro; 7" casing -  325	
     cu.  ft. Poxmix arid  Tifjit  client circulated  to surface.	

3.  Vfell Head  Equipment  (Name and Models);  :;/.'
^.  Packers, Centrallzers,  and Other Subsurface Equipment:  Baker -'ode! A  tension
     packer  constructed  uf  rarprntar 20 alloy and a soft Hycar eleii!cnt Packer
     set  in  the  10  It. Joint of (jjrpt.-_ntar 20 _7_ inch caslny;.	

5.  Bottom Hole  Completion:   Open liole con.plc'tion fror.: IRQO' ft . _to T.if.

6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing: ftx>gram3, etc.;   iOOP gal. ir>:; aci 42 _g_pi'.i_____
      ?  150 psi and  10,000 gaJ. 15% 1'Cl  y>0 gpr -_\ 1 r)fi ps i .	

VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIIMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and PlOW  Lines;   100,000 -al. horizontal, above ground,	
      storage  tank.	

2.  Filters:~
                                      (c)

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3.  Pumps:   2  -  300  gpni  ;i  150  psi centrifugal pumps.
VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s) _  Average _  Maximum
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   9/72	  Average    175	 Maxlnum     30Q
     11        '4/72	             275	        	
     "        3/71	             275	        	
     H                                                    -
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_72    7,715.441      B.  19_H    4,010,576    C.  19	 	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;    '-'ell annulus is equipped with high
          pressure alarm.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;   N/_A"_
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:  M'/A
 3.  Regulatory^spects

    A.  Construction Requirements;   None at time of construction.  However,^
          the OWRi> has issued technical order No. 200-1 which becomes effective
          11/14/72.	
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:   N/A                               _ _ . ~_i ~~
    C.  Restrictions ofOperation  Rrocedures;   N/A
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                                                                   OK-5
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNlTbD
Penult Status:	
Operating Company
                 PI>C
                                         Operational Status:   NOUP
                       and Address:
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA
                                     United  States Pol 1 tifinn .rnnfrnl ,  Tnr .

                                     2000 Classon .rp.nfpr,  Sm'tp  7000 Snnt-h

                                     Oklahoma City, Oklahoma   73106
                                      (Month)
1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)   01            	
2.  Latitude and Longitude:    36008U201797053'30I;
                                                06
                                                            (Year)	73
3.  Well Location (Legal Description);   SE 1/4,  sr. 1/4, Sec,  i.  Ti.9x.
    County;   Kingfisher
                                         State:  Oklahoma
5.  SIC Classification;   495:
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE


1.  Type Of Waste Injected:   Five trucking firms discharge liquid wastes from
      various  industries  -  primarily salt water from oil and gas industry.	
                           5/66
 2.   Date Well Permitted:	
 3.   Injection Rate:    940,000 gpd
                                              Completed :
                           13on psi
4.  Injection Pressure:	
5.  Total Depth of Well;  5625ft.
6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone;    Pennsyivanian, 3529 ft.
                                        (Month)   08
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)	
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day) N/A   (Month)"
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;  N/A	"
                                     N/A
                                                          (Year)   66
                                                                      (Gallons)
                                                          _(Year).
 XII.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units  Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
 Topeka
 Hoover
 Le Compton
 Hndicott
                     (b)

                     Ten
                       ennsylvanian
 Cottage Grove
                     Pennsy]vanian
                     Pennsylvanian
                                    (c)
                                    Depth
                                     3591
                     Pennsylvanian  3695
                     Hennsylvanian  4144
                                     4725
                                     5570
(d)
Thickness
  100
  449    "~
                                               845
                                               145
(e)
LLthologic Description
 limestone
 sand
 limestone
 sand	
 sand
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Unit
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(*0 Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Ifydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(?) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, raillldarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Toneka
3529
20il
2100


Per\nsvlvaniau
9
?so
/jO0
1 Tnp^fnrli^








Pennsylvanlan



shales, sandstones
and limestones

    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  115,OOP ppm ci, 9oooppm
         Ca. 38 purn SO,. Sp. Gr. 1 ._1.05_. viscosity-".65 cp, pP-6.5	
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
                    Area!     Lithologic     Fluid
Depth    Thickness  Extent    Character      Character
4.  Mineral Resources in Area:    No minerals  resources  are  reported  in  the
      vicinity  of  the well.	
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area;
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):    216  ppm ci,  Q.Q75 ppm
      phenols. 10 ppm Ca,  1  ppm Ag,  viscosity 0.38 cp.	

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   NT/A	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/l:_
    C.  Specific Gravity:   1.05A	
    D.  Temperature:    6QF	
    E.  pH;   3.98	
                                      (b)

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3.  Toxlcity:  N/A	
1.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:  Possible problems caused by
      acidic nature of the waste.	
5.  Degradablllty Level and Rate:  N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
       N/A	

?  Pre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment:  sedimentation
V.  WEIL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface             12-1/4	   J-55  24*      	
Intermediate       T^Ts"PBlTTT^
   CCtion                           J-55  6T4#              2-778      J52T
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon;   8-5/8 inch
      casing  - 450  sks  cement; 7-7/8 inch casing - 675 sks cement.
3.  -Well Head EqulpmentTrfeme and Models);
    Packers, Centrallzers , and Other Subsurface Equipment:   Baker Lok - set c
       retrievahle Packer 9  3529 ft. - Central:! zers every 100 ft. from 3370-5570~f t .
J.  Bottom Hole Completion;  Perforated completion.
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  500 gal, of 15% HCI,
       10,000 bbl  fresh water.	

VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIFWEMT

1.  Holding TankB and PlOW Lines;   55,000 gal, stabilizing pond for emergency
       use.	-____^_____^___________.._________^_________.^^^_^.____^______

2.  Filters:   N?A
                                     (O

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3.  Pumps:
VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During life of Well to Present)
    Date ( s ) _  Average _  Maximum
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19__      N/A	B.  19_  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;   N/A	
    B.  SamplingFrequency andWater Quality Parameters Measured;   >!/
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;   N/A
 3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements;   N/A
    B.  Monitoring Requirements;   3 to 5 pressure and rate read-ings daily.
    C.  RestMctlons of Operation Procedures;   N/A"
                                     (d)

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                                            Well Id.  Code:
                                                                  OK -fi
                   COMPHATION OF INDUSTRIAL AtTO MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNI'IteD STATES
                FDR
Permit Status:	
Operating Company Name and Address:


I.  GENERAL IDENTIPICATION DATA
                                        Operational Status:
                                          Pollution ControlInc.
                                     2000 Classen Center, Suite 2t"K) Soutn
                                     "Oklahoma City, Ok 1 ahona   7 31" TO
1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)   01     (Month)   06
2.  Latitude and Longitude:.   3fro6'oo;79^05i^r-
                                                           (Year)
                                                                    73
3.  Vfell Location (Legal Description); sw 1/4. >:w 1/4, Sec. 29
    County    Kingfisher
                                         State:
                                                   Oklahoma
5.
n.

i.
 2.
 3.

 5*.
 6.

 7.
 8.
 9.
10.
    SIC Classification;   4052
     GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE


    Type Of Waste Injected;   Fjvg  trucking  firms  discharge  liquid vastes  from
      various industries.
    Date Well Permitted;   i/11/72
    Injection Rate;  20,000 gpd
                                              Conpleted:
                          460
    Injection Pressure:     	
    Total Depth of Well'; ~769TTt7
    Name, Age, and Depth of Inject ion Zone:  Mississippi.  7173  ft.
Date Injection Began: (Day)	
Total Volume Injected to Date:   V/A
                                  02
                                       (Month)
                                                          (Year) r>
    Date Injection Ceased: (Day)  X/A   (Month)
    Previous Mode of Disposal:   ,\/A	"
                                                                     (Gallons)
                                                         JYear).
      GEOLOGIC INFORMATION
1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
 Topeka
 Hoover
 Le Compton
 Endicott
                     (b)            (c)
                     Age            Depth
                      Pennsylvanian   3591
                      Pennsvlvanian   3695
                      Pennsvlvanian   4144
 Cottage Cove
                      Pennsylvanian
                      Pennsy]vanian
                                      4725
                                      5570
                                             (d)
                                             Thickness
                                              100
                                              449	
                                              581
                                              845
                                              145
                                                     (e)
                                                     Lithologic Description
                                                      limestone	
                                                      sand	
                                                      limestone	
                                                      gand	
                                                      sand
                                    (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                             Confinlnc Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Pt.)
(M) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
i'6) Hydrofracturln^ Pressure, psi
i 7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ndllMarcies
(10) Reservoir temperature, C
till Character and Area!
Distribution

7173
520
2700
1.0 t>si/ft. est.
1 .0 psi/ft. est.
Mississippian
3
5-200
54
limestone
dolomite.


near surface
7000



Pennsylvanian



shale, limestone and
sandstone

    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  C3 -  128,000 ppm Ca  -
        .... inT1A5.j),pin,  Sitlffltes  -  575 pom,  SP.  gr.  -  1.109. Vixcosity - 0.063cp
                     S  -  205.000  nnir.	
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
 N/A
                                    Areal     Lithologic     Fluid
                Depth    Thickness  Extent    Character      Character
4.  Mineral Resources in Area:
                                 N/A
5.  Location of Otherwells, Abandoned Wells, and Other renetraticns in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area;
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):   2 - 7% chromic, 2-5%
      sulfuric acid, 5 - 10W caustic solutions,2 - 12% nitric acid.

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, me/1;   N/A	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:   N/A	
    C.  Specific Gravity:
    D.  Temperature:   ambient
    E.  pH:    i-o	
                            1.15
                                      (b)

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3.  Toxlclty:  X/A


4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:  Sacrificial anodes,
      plastic  coated  (600),  rubber  lining or  stainless steel
5.  Degradablllty Level and Rate;  N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
       N/A	

7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment;  on  overflow  tank.
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
1.  Casing and Tubing
Surface
Intermediate

  Jection
Inje
Othc
Hole
Size
12-1/4
7-7/8
Casing or Ilibing
Weight and Grade
J-55, 2W
J-55, 14 & 15. 5#
Size
"8^578
5-1/2
Depth
Set
T97T
7088
'

7-7/8
J-55, M'K 4.6?
slotted liner
2-7/8
3
5900
6968 - 71
   ier              	 	
                                    .1-55 MIT. 912//
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:   8-5/8
      casing -  200 sx regular + 27 CaCl  , HA-5;  5-1/2  casing -  200  Sx Pozmix "
      (A)  Neat  (2) + 2%  gel,  1/4 of 17 CFR.

3.  WeU Head Equipment (Name and Models);   N/A
 M.  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;  Packer .Model A (Plastic-
      coated)  SA 5900';  Baker Differential fill-up float shoe on bottom 5-1/2"
      casing with centralizers on bottom of both  casing strings, or one every
      100' (1000') on long string.	
 5.  Bottom Hole  Completion;  Op en hole  (7-7/8") w/190'  - 3" slotted liner.    "~

 6.  Hydraulic Rracturlng, Acidizing Programs, etc.;   IQQQ gal,  isz inhibited
      hydrochloric acid; fractured -  9000 bbl.  fresh water at injection rate ot
      60 BPM at 200-400  psig.
 VI.   DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE  EQUIPMENT

 1.  Holding Tanks and PlOW Lines:  4  -  210 bbl  tanks; 2 - 400 bbl tanks;	
      1 - 130  bbl oil storage overflow.

 2.  Filters:
                                      (c)

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3.  Punps:  N/A
VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  initial        Average   35    R     Maximum  12
     "       Current  1U/ /!           600IT
     ii
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s) Initial         Average  Vacuum       Maximum Vacuum
     It     	         	         	
     II
"     10/71                    90    	          175
            6/72	           460	          A25
     ii                              "                  .
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19	N/A	B.  19_  	C.  19_

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;    Flow  and  pressure  monitors.


    B.  Sanpllng Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;   N/A

2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;   i  -  400  bbl emergency
       overflow
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;
    B.  Monitoring Requirements;
    C.  Restrictions ofOperatlon Procedures;   Maximum injection pressure
           limitation - 1300 psi .	
                                     (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                                                OK-7
                    COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                                           UNTIED STATES
 Permit Status:
PDR
    Operational Status:
o
 Operating Company Name and Address;  u.s. Pollution Control,  inc.	
                                     200 Classen Center,  Suite 2000 South
 I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA
                                     Oklahoma City, Oklahoma  73106
 1.  Entry Date of Data:  (Day)  01     (Month)	%_
 2.  Latitude and Longitude:,  3603?30"/95058'oo"
                                         (Year)
                                74
 3.  Wen Location (Legal Description):   xn 1/4. sw 1/4, Sec,  i,  TISN,  R12E
     County;    Tulsa
 5.  SIC Classification;   N/A
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type of Waste Injected:
                       State:   Oklahoma
 2.  Date Weinterndtted:
 3.  Injection Rate:
         10763
          Completed:
     Injection Pressure;   Vacuum
 5.  Total Depth of Well:   3359	
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth  Of Injection Zone:   Arbuckle, nrdovician-Cambrlan 3359
 7.  Date Injection Began:  (Day)   15
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:
                      (Month)   6T
                    N/A
 9.  Date Injection Ceased:  (Day)  N/A   (Month)"
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;   N/A	"
                      (Year)  72
                                 (Gallons)
                                        JYear).
 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
    (b)
(c)      (d)         (e)
Depth    Thickness   Lithologlc Description
                                     (a)

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    B.  Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Unit
(1) tame
(2) Depth (Ft.)
H) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Ifydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ndUidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Arbuckle
3350
j].]2
825


Or do vie i an-Cair.br ia
7-11
300
41
1 i nps tone
dolomi te







[1






    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids;   ci - 113, OOP ppm.
         f.n  -  1/t.?rin  iinni.  Sulfatcs -  I2j ppn. .\'a - 47.300 pni, sp. ,,;r. 1.100,
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other  Useful Aquifers
Name
                                    Area!      Llthologic
                Depth    Thickness  Extent     Character
Fluid
Character
 .  Mineral Resources in Area:
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells,  and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area:  N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):   uifat^s_
      Cr =.2_-. 57- caufitic (:-.a>>H> ~ 1 - h".', XI trie = 2 - 5/'1.	

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   '-'/A	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;   '7A
    C.  Specific Gravity:   l. 15
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH:
                         / \
                                      (b)

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                                                                   OK-7
3.  Tbxlcity:   I'XO  dangerous at 15-30 mg/T, Cr-H- limited to 0.05 mg/1, sulfuric
      acid may be harmful through pH shifts.

1.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:  Tubing jines w/rvc imergiass
      or rubber lined lining.
5.  Degradablllty Level and Rate:  Breakdown ot  acicnc components.


6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level  After  Injection:
      Probably not sterile at injection; bacterial activity minimal due to
      lack of substrate and unfavorable p!i ot envi ronivent.
7.  Pre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment;   seen rien tat ion or a
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
1.  Casing and Tubing
Surface
Intermediate

Injection
Othe
icr
Hole
Size
12-1/4
9-3/4
7-7/8
7-7/8
Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
H-40 32.75;'
J-55 28.00?
J-55 15.50?
J-55 4.70*
Size
8-5/S
5-1/2
i - 3 / p
Depth
Set
1543
2138
2150

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon;  l-3/A
      casing - 100 sx Neat + ?.": Cad n ; 8-5/8 casing - 225 sx 50/50 Pozmix
      A & Cel LCM & Cad-,; 5-1/2 casing - 150 sx 50/5^ Poz A c- r,d 1.CM f, CaCl

3.  WeU Head Equipment (Name and Models);  ::/'
'I.  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;  Ccntraiizers:  one
      each on bottom of surface and intermediate strings and 3	bottom of
      long string.  Differential fill-up" shoe (5-1/2"). Model AD Rahor Packer
      (Tlastic coated).	
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:   N/A
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  finnp
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;   N/A
2.  Filters:   N/A
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps;  N/A
VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_      S/A	B.  19_  	C.  19_ 	
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and  Data;   Plan  to install a pressure recorder on
        __both t'i'i;ru; and annul us.
    B.  Sampling frequency and  Water Quality  Parameters Measured;  N/A
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;   N/A
 3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:    N/A
    B.  Monitoring Requirements;   >:/;
    C.  Restrictions Of Operation  Procedures;   Injection pressure limitations -
          SOQ psi .	
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id.  Code:    QK-8
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                   "INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNITED STATES

Penult Status;   PND	Operational Status:   DN
Operating Company Name and Address: Qzark - Mahoning Co.
                                    1870 S.  Boulder,  Tulsa. Oklahoma


I.  GENERAL niEKnFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)   01    (Month)   06	(Year)	73_
2.  Latitude and Longitude: 3607'48"/9603'2A"
3.  Well Location (Legal Description);  SE 1/4,  SE 1/4,  Sec 8,  T19N.  R12E

4.  County:    Tulsa                     State:    Oklahoma             ~
5.  SIC Classification;  2899           	
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE


1.  Type of Waste Injected; Manufacture of sulfuric acid and dentrifrice
     additives.


2.  Date Well Permitted;   8/8/72             Completed:              ~
3.  Injection Rate:  N/A
    Injection Pressure:   N/A
5.  Total Depth of Well:                           	
6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:  Arbuckle.Qrdovician
7.
8.
9.
10.
Date Injection Began: (Day)
Total Volume Injected to Date
Date Injection Ceased: (Day)
Previous Mode of Disposal:

N/A (Month)
: N/A
(Month)
N/A

(Year)

(Year)



(Gallons)



PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

(a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Llthologlc Description
~                   -^            *    	   	EZ=	c	
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Ifolts
                                         Injection ttiit
                                    Confinirur Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Fbnnation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Uhit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, miUidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(ll) Character and Area!
Distribution


























    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
Lithologlc
Character
Fluid
Character
    Mineral Resources in Area:
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other renetrations in
    Immediate Ifydrologlcally Affected Area:	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity)
    Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, rag/1:
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:"
    C.  Specific Gravity:	~
    D.  Temperature:	
    E.  pH:	
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:	
 .  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:
5.  Degradabillty Level and rate:
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:


7.  Pre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment;
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	  	  	  	
Intermediate       	  	  	  	

  lection
IhJ<
Oth
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
3.  Wen Head Equipment (Name and Models):
 .  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:	
2.  Filters:
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19__  	B.  19_  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAPEIY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;         ~
3.  Regulatory Inspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                                                                   OK 9
                   COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                                       THE UNITED STATES
                    INJECTION
                 PPR
 Permit Status:	
 Operating Company Name and Address:


 I.   GENERAL IDENTIPTCATION DATA
                                        Operational Status:
                                                              n
                                      Cherokee  ::itrogcn  company
                                      Pryor,  Pklahorin   7 A 361
1.  Ehtry Date of Data: (Day)
2.  Latitude and Longitude;
                                  i
                                      (Month)
                                                           (Year)  73
3.  Well Location (Legal Description):   si:  1M,  "w 1/4,  Sec.  3 T2QN,  4
    County;
              .aves
                                         State:   OH
5.  SIC Classification:
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE


1.  Type of Waste Injected:   'tnrmfacture  of  nmnonium nitrate  - eliminates,
      aniT'cmi uri  ni\fl  oryranir  ni trtij^cn ,  n i trate  '
2.  Date Well Permitted;
3.  Injection Rate:   120
                                              Conpleted:
    Injection Pressure;
5.  TotaJ. Depth of Well:  912
6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone;   .\rhm-kio.  ordnvician,
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)	]
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)_
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:
                                       (MontH
                                                 nfl
                                                          (Year)
                                                                     (Gallons)
                                       (Month)
                                                          (Year)
PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Ifriits Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
  N/A
                     (b)
                     Age
                                    (c)      (d)         (e)
                                    Depth    Thickness   Lithologlc Description
                                    (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                             Confinine: Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, mlllldarcies
(10) Fteservolr Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Arbuckle
305
517
200


Ordovicinn


20
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    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids;  37,022 npm TDP, 23,049
          Cl , Sn.r.r. 1 .026, nil 9 . r>
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
                    Area!     Lithologic     Fluid
Depth    Thickness  Extent    Character      Character
 .  Mineral Resources In Area:   -' mineral resources  reported.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other  Penetrations  in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area;  N'/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTTCS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):   _Chromates,  ammonia  and
      organic nitroeen,  sulf.-ite.

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended  Solids, mgA:    ::-/A	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved  Solids, mg/1:
    C.  Specific Gravity:
    D.  Temperature:    o  to  103"  F
      -  PH;    7>o - 8.4
                                      (b)

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3.  Tbxlcity'   Recommended  Cr-H- levels  0.05  ry,/IjSO,  should  not  exceed 500 ry-,/1.


H.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:  Probably none.
5.  Degradability Level and Rate;
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not  sterile at  injection,  bacterial  activity  probably minion 1.

7.  Pre-lnjection Waste Treatment;   rastc stabilization pond.
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	  	  14
Intermediate       	   20/'  and  23-J'	 j_o	
                                                                        4-52
   ection                                                    3          4 21.35
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:  jo-inch
      casing -  150 sks.  50 - 50  Pozmix  v/27,  CaCl0
3.  WellHead Equipment (Name and ModelsT:
  .  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:    naiiibui ton
      plastic  lined  packer 7"  at  425.65.
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:   Open  hole  completion  9  inch  opening.	

6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, AcidizingItogramB, etc.;   isoo gal.  15:! Hci  w/Hv-ckan
      added;fractured  -  12  bbl per, min.  0  800  to 850 psi.	

VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;    Lined  holding  pond.	
 2.  Filters:
                                      (c)

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3.  Pumps:  :;/A	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	 Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_    N/A	B.  19_ 	C.  19_ 	
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and  Data;   Tv-T  shallow observation wells.

    B.  Sampling Frequency and  Water Quality  Parameters Measured;    X/A
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;   M/A
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;
 3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements;   N/A
    B.  Monitoring Requirements;
    C.  Restrictions Of Operation Procedures;   faxlnmrn surface injection pressure
          is linited to 350 psi.
                                      (d)

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                                             Well Id.  Code:
                                                                   OK-10
                    COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
 Permit Status;   *'wi	Operational Status:
 Operating Company Name and Address;  Halliburton services
                                      Duncan, Oklahoma  73533	

 I.  GENERAL IDidfi'iyiCATION DATA

 1.  Ehtry Date of Data: (Day)  01     (Month)  07	(Year)	73_
 2.  Latitude and Longitude;    3429'oo"/9758'20"
 3.  Vfell Location (Legal Description);   ME 1/4, sr. 1/4. sec. 7, TIS, R?W

 **  County:   Stephens'                   State;   Oklahoma
 5.  SIC Classification;
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type Of Waste Injected:   r.fflucnt from petroleum well services plant -
      consists of fresh water and cement slurries.

 2.  Date Well Permitted;   9/3l/?n            Completed;
 3.  Injection Rate;  200,770 goy
 M.  Injection Pressure;  iioo psi
 5.  Total Depth of Well;   1272        	
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:   PCrmian, 1224
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)  23    (Month)   09       (Year)   73	~~
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date;   424,362  	           (Gallons)
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)  K/A  (Month)            (Year)
10.  Previous Mode Of Disposal:   Previous disposal well at 342 feet was used to
       prove technique for deeper current xcell.	

 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Lithologlc Description
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Hilt
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturlng Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millldarcies
(10) Reservoir Ttemperature, 6
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Red Reds
1224
17
I.'o formation fluid

500 to I'AOO
Permian
lO"
low
21
Red and gray sliales

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    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:
                               N7A
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


Name            Depth
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
Llthologic
Character
Fluid
Character
 .  Mineral Resources in Area:  There are no mineral resources reported in the
      area within 1.5 miles.
5.  Location ofOtherwells, Abandoned wells, and Other renetratlons in
    Immediate ftydrologlcally Affected Area;   >'M	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):  The waste consists of
      fresh water  and  cement  slurries viscosity -  1  to 70 poise, 15 pounds per
      gallon  average.	
2.  Physical/Chemical Description~
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   1.2S15 x 10  average.	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:   X/A
    C.  Specific Gravity:_	
    D.  Temperature;   50  to  90"F
    E.  pH;    6.5 to  11	
    l  to  2.5
                                     (b)

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3 .  Toxidty :   Slj^ht - allerpic reactions.
 .  Reactivity with Surface  Equipment Components :
5.  Degradabillty Level and rate:
6.  Biological Level at  Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Cerent is mixed with potaMe water  fron  city  nalns.	

7.  Pre-lnjectlonWaste  Treatment;  \/.\
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                    Hole             Casing or Tubing                     Depth
                    Size             Weight and Grade         Size        Set
Surface             8-3/4	  .1-53   _v3-Vft.	  7          357
Intermediate        6-1/4           j-55   n.fi '"/ft.          TT/2
Ejection           	  J-53   6.4;,'ft.            2-7/8
Other
2.  Type and Amount  of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:   7 inch
         .u  - 120 sks. - Class;  \ -  337  ft.  to  surface  -  4-1/2  inch casing -
     70 hhls Cass f: 4 CT'^-2 - 1234  ft.  to  surface.
3.  Vfell Head Equipment  (Name and Models);   i.radt-n  head  LVJHI ;.jeir,.ead - O.C.T.
     type T-20 - 5-1/2 in. 300 n;u vurkiu^. _

M.  Pachers, Centralizers ,, and Other Subsurface faquipment;   FI ...... ^  shoe 12 34 fl. 'on
     4-1/2" oenl-rali/.cr:-. , llj] II iburton H-] /2   5^-3  12  total  Jf>t '.' float shoe and on
     eacii 'Jrti joint to surface. _

5  Bottom Hole  Completion :   ^ - flvdra .let  Pur To rations  -J I2L'4  ! t.   .\V. open uoJe.
      Above opuninj; (C122-'' fTl  is a cut-ufi  slot  apuroxtrnLoIv L/2  Ln.~"~wic!e.
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:   .M]  iiviections are placed
      into hydraulic fractures  - no ^ t ir.iulnt ion nrorrafius.


VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE  EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks  and  PlOW T.lnes;   LoUin^.-,  tan/s  (if  used),  flos  lines, pumps,
      etc., are portable  and are set up only  \:> en  an  injection is to  tie r^ade .


2.  Filters :   ^7^
                                      (c)

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3.  PUTINS:   Two  truck mounted T-10 pumps.	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)    2/71	  Average   2 on	
     w
     It
     II
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)    in/72        Average    iwo        Maxlaum   llno
     11
                /72 '                   in ou
     "         6/71                    750                   2000
               2/71	             1000	            1400
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_72   360.936	B.  19_71    40,604       C.  19_70    17,598

VIII.  SAFBIY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  MDnitoring Devices and Data;    K/A	
    B.  Sanpllng Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  N/A
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:   i._Reschedule tests to
      postpone the need for the well.  2. A total retention lagoon is available
3.  Regulatory Aspectsfor emergency usage.

    A.  Construction Requirements;   "/A	
    B.  Monitoring Requirements;    NVA
    C.  Restrictions of Operation mxsedures;   Maximum injection.pressure limit
          3000 psi.
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                                                         OK-ll
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
 Permit  Status:
              PND
    Operational Status:
 Operating Company Name and Address:  Macklanburg - Duncan
                                     P.O. Box 25188, Oklahoma Citv. Oklahoma
 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data:  (Day)  01
                                  (Month)	10
 2.   Latitude and Longitude;  35032'04"/97015'45"
                       (Year)   73
 3.   Vfell Location (Legal Description):  SE 1/4. SE 1/4. Sec 16. T12N. R3W

 1|.   County:    Oklahoma             ~~
                                     State:
                Oklahoma
 5.   SIC Classification;    N/A
 II.   GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.   Type of Waste Injected;  Neutralized anodizing chemicals and waste water.
 2.   Date Well Permitted:_
 3.   Injection Rate:   N/A
                      N/A
          Completed:
Injection Pressure:
                           N/A
                               ______
 5.   Total Depth of Well;   TO"         _ _^_
 6.   Name, Age, and Depth  of Injection Zone:    N/A
 7.  Date Injection Began:  (Day)  N/A    (MonEhT
 8.  Total Volume Injected  to Date:   N/A
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)        (Month)
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:    N/A   	"
                                                      (Year)
                                                                 (Gallons)
                                                     _(Year)_
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
    N?A
                 (b)
                 Age
(c)      (d)         (e)
Depth    Thickness   Llthologlc Description
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                    Conflnine Bed
U) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
H) Thickness (Ft.)
(4) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Ifydrofracturlng Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ndllidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, 6
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution


























    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


Name            Depth
           Areal
Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
4.  Mineral Resources in Area:
5.  Location of Other wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area:	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity)
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:.
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, rag/1:"
    C.  Specific Gravity:	   '
    D.  Temperature:	
    E.  pH:	
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:	


4.  Reactivity with Surface Equlpme^'Components;
5.  Degradabillty Level and Rate:
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:


7.  Pre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment;
V.  WELL DESIGN AND INSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	  	  	  	
Intermediate       	  	  	  	

  Jectlon
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
3.  well Head Equipment (Name and Models):
 .  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc"!
VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:	
2.  Filters:
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
     n
     it
     n
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19__  	B.  19_  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFEIY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:
2.  Contingency Plan for Wen Failure During Operation;
3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:
                                     (d)

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                                             Well Id.  Code:    OK-12
                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION WELLS tN THE UNl'ltdD STATES

 Permit Status    PND	Operational Status;   DN
 Operating Company Name and Address; Kerr - McGee Corp.. Cimarron Facility
                                     Kerr - McGee Bldg., Oklamoma City. OK

 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Ehtry Date of Data: (Day)  01     (Month)   10	(Year)  73
 2.   Latitude and Longitude;  3552'lO'r/97035''ooir
 3.  Well,Location (Legal Description): NW 1/4, sw 1/4t Sec 12, T16N, R4W

 ^*  County:   Logan                      State;   Oklahoma
 5.  SIC Classification: 2899	
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type of Waste Injected; Manufacture of nuclear fuel including: clarified
     effluent of lime treated H^1 scrubbers, cooling tower blowdown, boiler
     blowdown, domestic waste and water treatment brine.
 2.  Date Well Permitted;  10/1/68             Completed;
 3.  Injection Rate;  N/A	
 4.  Injection Pressure;   N/A
 5.  Total Depth of Well:  2078 ft.                                        ~
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injaction Zone: v/oifcamp, Permian
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)  N/A   (MonEhT           (Year)
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:   N/A	(Gallons)"
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)  "(Month)            (Year)     	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:   N/A   	
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
 H7A                -**-                   	   	  	c	
                                     (a)

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    B.   Gteologlc Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                         Conflninc Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Pt.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ndJLlldarcles
(10) Reservoir Temperature, "C
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution
N/A

























    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:
                                                    N/A
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
N/A
                                Area!
                     Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
4.  Mineral Resources in Area:   N/A
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area:   N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity); Liquid process wastes
     containing ammonium nitrate, dissolved ammonia, nitric acid, and traces
     of uranium and plutonium.
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;  N/A
                            N/A
B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;  N/A
C.  Specific Gravity:
D.  Temperature:
E.  pH;    N/A
                       N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxlclty; Uranium highly toxic  0.5  -  1.0 mg/1  recommended  levels  for	
     drinking water;  plutonium maximum  permissible concentrations	
     0.04 - O.QOQ05 ug/ml
H.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:    Corrossive to metal

5.  Degradablllty Level and fate:  Decay  of radioactive  components



6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not sterile at injection;  bacterial activity minimal	

7.  Pre-lnjectIon Waste Treatment;   Centrifuge, ion exchange, and filtration
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface              M/A	  	  	  	
Intermediate       	  	  	  	

  lection
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:   N/A
 3.  VfeU Head Equipment (Name and Models):
 t.  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;    MA
 5.  Bottom Hole Completion:
 6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:
 VI.   DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

 1.   Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:  Four holding ponds  with a total  capacity
      of 4,000,000 gallons		

 2,   pnters:W	
                                     (O

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3.  Pumps;     N/A	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)   N/A	  Average	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)   N/A	  Average	  MaxLnum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_    N/A	B.  1,_  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  6 monitor wells	
    B.  SamplingTFrequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:
                                                         W/A
 3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements;  Completed, equipped and to be maintained
          in.  a manner that will prevent pollution of fresh water or endanger
          any  natural resource.	
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:  N/A
    C.  Restrictions Of Operation reocedures:  Must operate as per USAEC license
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code;    QK-13
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNITED STATES
Permit Status:
                   PDN
Operational Status:
DN
Operating Company Name and Address: Kerr - McGee Corp., 'sequova  Facility
                                    Oklahoma Citv.  Oklahoma	
I.  GENERAL IDHJTIFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)   01    (Month)	
2.  Latitude and Longitude:  3531'12"/9503'09"
                                                 06
                   (Year)   73
3.  Vfell Location (Legal Description):   NE 1/4.  Sec  21.  T12N.  R21E
 .  County;    Sequoya
                                          State:    Oklahama
5.  SIC Classification:   2899
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type of Waste Injected;  Manufacture of  uranium hexafluoride  -  raffinate
     fluid,  nitrates,  ammonia,  uranium,  thorium and radium	
 2.  Date Well Permitted;   10/96
 3.  Injection Rate:
                                              Completed:
                       NA
                           N/A
 l|.  Injection Pressure:	
 5.  Total Depth of Well:   3128  ft.     	
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone;  Arbuckle. Ordovician
                                              2960  ft.
                                                          (Year)
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)  N/A   (Month)
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:    N/A
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Month)                  	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;  Waste discharged into a nearby river.
                                                                     (Gallons)
                                                         JYear)
HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name


Hunt on
Sylvan
Viola
Simpson
Arbuckle
(b)
Age
Pennsylvanian
Mississippian
Devonian
Ordovician
Ordovician
Ordovician
Ordovician
(c)
Depth
200
550
750
1000
1050
1090
2960
(d)
Thickness
350
200
250
50
40
1870
150
(e)
Llthologlc Description
shale, limestone
limestone
shale
limestone
sandstone, dolomite
dolomite
limestone
                                      3110
                                                          granite
                                    (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) formation Fluid Pressure, psi
C5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Pfydrofracturlng Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcles
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
4rb,uckle
2960
150



Ordovician



limestone















    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:
                                  N/A
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
N/A
Area!
Depth Thickness Extent

Lithologic
Character

Fluid
Character





    Mineral Resources in Area;   Oil  and gas  produced  ne    the  disposal  well.
5.  Location of Other wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area:  __N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  clarified  lime  effluent,
     treated HF scrubber waste,  cooling tower  and boiler   blowdown. radio-
     nuclides
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:  N/A	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;  N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity:
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH;   N/A
     N/A
N/A
                                     (b)

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3  Ibxlcity: Toxic due to presence of metal in blowdown water and radio-
     nuclides.	

4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Conponehts;  Corrossion from scrubber'
     waste and brine	
5.  Degradability Level and Rate:  None
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably not sterile.	

7.  Pre-inJection Waste Treatment;  lime treatment
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and lUblng

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface              N/A
Intermediate

Injection
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:  N/A
3.  Hell Head ^ulpment (Name and Models):
 .  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:  N/A
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;   N/A
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;   N7A~
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and PlOW Lines; Two sludge pits, a clarifier lagoon, and
      an evaporation lagoon	

2.  Filters:
                                     (c)

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3-  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  injection Rate, gpm (During life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
     it
     it
2.  injection Pressure, psi (During life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
     it
     it
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_ 	B.  19_  	C.  19.
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sanpling Prequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:
 3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id.  Code:
                                                                   nK"14
                   COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
Permit Status ;
                 FUR
                                        Operational Status: _ o.
                    _
Operating Company Name and Address;   American Airlines inc.
                                      Tulsa, Oklahoma
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA
01
(Month)
 1.  Entry Date of Data:  (Day)
 2.  Latitude and Longitude;    360"13'05"/95052'50"
                                                06
                                                           (Year)   73.
3.  Well Location (Legal Description);   XVT 1/4. si: 1/4, Sec.  13,  T2QX.  R13E
5.

n,

i.
 2.
 3.

 5*.
 6.

 7.
 8.
 9.
10.
    County;   Tulsa
                                         State:   Oklahoma
    SIC Classification;   A5QQ
     GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

    Type of Waste Injected;   Maintainancc Shop and Hangar Wastes  -^solvents,
      oils, detergents, cleaners, etc. _
    Date Well Permitted;   9/5/59
    Injection Rate;    350,ooo gPd
                                              Completed;
                           6no psi
    Injection Pressure;
    Total Depth of Well;   3n60~TF:
    Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone;   Arbuckle,  Ordovician,  172^ ft.
    Date Injection Began: (Day)  27     (MonEnT
    Total Volume Injected to Date;
                                                          (Year)   60
    Date Injection Ceased: (Day)    A~ (Month)
    Previous Mode of Disposal;
                                                                     (Gallons
                                                          (Year)
 in.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
                     (b)
                     Age
                     "**
                                    (c)      (d)         (e)
                                    Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
                                         -   - ^ - c -
                                     (a)

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                                              WIG
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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                             Conflnine Bed
U) Name
(2) Depth (Pt.)
(3) Thickness (Pt.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Ifydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Fteservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution
Arbuckle
1729
1307
800
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Ordovician


29
limestone















    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids;    Saline; Chlpride equal
          76.000 ppm.	
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Mane
 N/A
                    Area!     Lithologlc
Depth    Thickness  Extent    Character
Fluid
Character
    Mineral Resources in Area:
                  N/A
5.  Location of Other wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other renetraticns in
    Immediate Jfydrologically Affected Area;  N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):  Solvents,  oils  and
     detergents.	
    Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;   N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity:
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH;   N/A
            N/A
       N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxlclty:   ::/A	
H.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;    N/A
5.  Degradability Level and Rate;   ?;/,\
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
       N/A	

7  Pre-injectlon Waste Treatment:   N/A
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface             12                                        10-3/4
Intermediate                         J-55   20?                7          TMT
   ectlon                                                    2^1/2      TBOT
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:   in-3/4"
      casing - 250 sk Tortland + 500 ('  CaC] ?  - 7"  casing - 450  sk Pozmix.	


3.  Vfell Head Equipment (feme and Models);    Earlongher  Engineering Inc.   well
      head.

4.  Packers, Central!ZCTS, and Other Subsurface Equipment:   Baker Model B pack-off,
      float  shoe ft 1807  ft.,  baffle  collar P  1772  ft.,  metal petal basket	
      ^ 1310 . 1772 ft..  ceutrnHzers  P 12P7  & 1744  ft.	

5.  Bottom Hole Completion;    Open  hole coinplction  1807 - 3036 ft.

6.  flydraulic Fracturing, Acidizingfe'ograms, etc.:   1500 gal. 15% HCI


VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIFME3fT

1.  Holding Tanks and PlOW Lines:	2n,000 gal,  tank.  15 ft. underground acts
      as a sump;    30,000 gal.  skimmer tank  removes oil anrj sludge (not completely
      adequate);    300,Of)6 gal.  equilizef basin with skimmer and scraper.
2.  Filters:
                                     (c)

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3.  Punps:   Two  triplex positive displacement pump  (150 nPr' at 600
     located 10 ft. below ground surface.

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s) 9/29/72        Average   -^	  Maximom  A5
     it
     it
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  9/21/72        Average    35n         Maximum
     "       3/27/72                   370
     "       9/10/72	             372	
     "       1Q/6R	             ADO	
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_72   153,633.406     B.  1921    9R,809,POn   C.  19	 	

VIII.  SAFETC INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;   l')OQ PJ  pressure ^uage on well annulus
          observation well  - one @ IRQ ft.  TO.

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  :>/A
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:  By-pass to Bird creek

3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements:  X/A	
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:  Required that an observation veil be constructsd
          through all fresh v/ater zones.


    C.  RestMctlonS Of Operation Procedures;  Inject ion pressure limitations -
          600 nsi.	
                                      (d)

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                                             Well Id.  Code:   PA-I
                    COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION
 Permit Status:
                  PDF
       Operational Status:
              NOP
 Operating Company Name and Address; Jones and Laughiin
                                     3 Gateway Center - Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)  01
                                       (Month)
 2.  Latitude and Longitude; 40036'32"/8014'17"
                          (Year)	63
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description): Borough Township
     County;    Beaver
                                         State:   Pennsylvania
 5.  SIC Classification;  3312
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE
 1.  Type of Waste Injected;  Wa.ste pickling acid.
 2.
 3.
 M.
 5.
 6.

 7.
 8.
 9.
10.
    Date Well Permitted:	
    Injection Rate:  144tOOP gpd
             Completed:   9/12/60
    Injection Pressure; N/A
    Total Depth of Well:  5445 ft.
    Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:  Oriskany, Devonian
    Date Injection Began: (Day) 04
            5388 ft.
      (MonthT
10
    Total Volume Injected to Date;   143.744,000
    Date Injection Ceased: (Day) 08
    Previous Mode of Disposal:
      (Month)09
N/A
(Year)  61
                                    (Gallons)
          (Year)   72
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION
 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 Alleghany Group
 Pottsville Group
 Greenbrier Group
 Pocono Group
 Cussewago-Conneaut
 Hamilton Group
 Onondago Group
 Oriskany Group
 Helderberg Group"
                     (b)
                     Age
                     Quaternary
                     Pennsylvanian
                     Pennsylvanian
                     Mississippian
                     Mississippian
                     Devonian
                     Devonian
                     Devonian	
                     Devonian
                     Devonian
(c)
Depth
0
92
273
450
475
1032
4978
5225
5388
5425
(d)
Thickness
92
183
175
25
557
3946
247
163
37
18
                        (e)
                        Lithologlc Description
                        sand, gravel, clay	
                        limestone
                        sandstone
                        limestone
                        sandstone
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                             Conflnine Bed
U) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Pt.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Oriskany
5388
37
0.45 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Devonian
7.7
35

sandstone
widespread

Hamilton
4978
247



Devonian



limestone, shale
widespread

    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids;  Highly saline water:
         IDS = 253.900 pom; chloride = 61.800 ppm	
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
 N/A
Depth
           Areal
Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
4.  Mineral Resources in Area;   2000 oil and gas wells in Beaver County.
5.  Location of Other wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area:	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  10% sulfuric acid and
      10%  iron sulfide	

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mgA:   N/A	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;   N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity:   N/A
    D.  Temperature;  N/A	
    E.  pH;    N/A	
                                     (b)

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3.   Tbxicity:    N/A	
J.  Reactivity with Surface feiulpment Components:   Corrosive to metallic"
     components due to presence of acids.	
5.  Degradablllty Level and Rate;    N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably not sterile at injection;  bacterial activity minimal.	

7.  Pre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment;    N/A
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface                                                      20         73
Intermediate       	  	   13-378     m

Inji
Qthi
                                                          9-5/8      ^406
 ection                                                   7           5271-
ler
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:  13-3/8
     inch casing -  cement circulated to top; 9-5/8 inch casing - 600 sks;
     7 inch casing - 460 sks.	

3.  VfeU Head Equipment (Name and Models);   N/A
    Backers, Centrallzerst and Other Subsurface  quipment;    N/A
 5.  Bottom Hole Completion;   Open hole
 6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  Fractured at 4300


 VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIIMEMT

 1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;   Surface holding tanks with 2 day holding
     capacity.	

 2.  Filters:Manifold filters.
                                      (O

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3.  Pumps:  1 set 4 diesel and 1 set 5 electric pumps	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)  N/A	  Average	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)  N/A	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19	    N/A	B.  19	  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  N/A	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured; N/A
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads; N/A
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:   N/A
3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements;  N/A
    B.  Monitoring Requirements;  N/A
    C.  Restrictions ofOperation Procedures;   N/A
                                      (d)

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                                             Well Id.  Code:    PA-2
                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL ^MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNI'ieiD STATES

 Permit Status;    PDF	Operational Status:    NOP
 Operating Company Name and Address: Hammermiil Paper Co.	
                                     Erie. Pennsylvania	

 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data: (Day)_oi	(Month)  oe	(Year)   73
 2.   Latitude and Longitude; 42008'53"/8003'10"	
 3.  Vfell Location (Legal Description);   N/A
 4.  County:    Erie	State:    Pennsylvania
 5.  SIC Classification;  2611	
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type Of Waste Injected:  Pulp mill cooking liquor.
 2.  Date Well Permitted; 1/24/63	Completed:
 3.  Injection Rate:  600.000 gpd
     Injection Pressure;  1100 psig
 5.  Total Depth of Well: 2270 ft.      	
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:  Lockport. Silurian
                                              2057 ft.
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)  24    (Month)  04        (Year)  64
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:   446.422.700	           (Gallons)"
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)  U   (Month)  04        (Year)   68 	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;   N/A	
 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

                      (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
                      Age            Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
 	  Devonian	   1128      88	  limestone	
 Hamilton             Devonian        1216      130       shale
 Onondago	  Devonian        1346      265       limestone
 Bass Isle            Silurian        1611      77        limestone
 Salina	  Silurian        1688      288       anhydrite
 Greenfield           Silurian        1976      81        limestone
 Lockport	  Silurian        2057      245       dolomite
                                     (a)

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    B.  Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection
(1) Name
2) Depth (Ft.)
3) 'Thickness (Ft.)
5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
5) Lithostatlc Pressure, psi
(6) Ifydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
C9) Permeability, ndllidarcies
(10) Fteservolr Temperature, C
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution
Bass Isle Lockport
1611 2057
81 245
0.45 psl/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Silurian

230

limestone, dolo-
mite
extensive
Hamilton
1216
130



Devonian



shale
extensive

    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Highly  saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


                Depth
Name
 N/A
           Areal
Thickness  Extent
Lithologlc
Character
Fluid
Character
*.  Mineral Resources in Area:
                                 N/A
5.  Location ofOther Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area;   N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity); Spent sulfite pulping
     liquor  containing fiber, fiber compounds, and paper  filter materials.
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;  N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, rng/1:  50,000
    C.  Specific Gravity:  1.02	
    D.  Temperature:    N/A	
    E.  pH;   5.3
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:   High BOD	
M.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:  Slightly corrosive

5.  Degradabillty Level and Rate;   N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     High BOD indicates substantial substrate for bacterial activity.	

7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment:  N/A
V.  WELL DESIGN AND INSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface                              40#   H-40              13-3/8     40
Intermediate                         36#   J-55               9-5/8     1359
                                                                        2106
Injection          	    Fibercast	    5	   1545
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon; 5 inch
     casing - 365 sks
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models):   N/A
    Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface  quipment:  Cast iron bridge
     plug set in 7" casing at 1710 ft.
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;  Perforations from 1620 to 1670 ft.	

6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  35,000 gal.  15% HCI at
     1620 to 1670 ft. on 3/14/63	

VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:   Tanks for emergency	
2.  Filters:   Microstrainers
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3'  Pumps;    2  reciprocating pumps. 194 gpm at 1590 psi.	

VH.  OFHWTIOIt.CHARACIHggriCS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)   9/66	  Average   420	  Maximum	
     n
     n
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)   9/66	  Average   1220        Maximum  1270
     n
     ii
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19__     N/A	B.  19__  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:   N/A	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  N/A
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads; N/A
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;  Holding tanks.
3  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements;   N/A	
    B.  Monitoring Requirements;   N/A
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;    N/A
                                     (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS faf THE UNTIED STATES
Permit Status:    PDF
                                    Operational Status:
                                                              NOP
Operating Company Name and Address:  Hammermili Paper _CQ.
                                     Erie.  Pennsylvania
I.  GENERAL IDE3/TIFICATION DATA

1.  Bitry Date of Data: (Day)  01
                                       (Month)   Q6
                                                       (Year)
 2.  Latitude and Longitude:  4203'33''/8002'52"
 3.  Well Location  (Legal Description):   N/A
    County;    Erie
                                     State:   _Pennsylvania
 5.   SIC Classification;    2611
 II.   GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.   Type  Of Waste Injected:    Paper mill digesting liquors.
 2.
 3.
 4.
 5.
 6.

 7.
 8.
 9.
10,
Date Well Permitted:	
Injection Rate;   600,000 gpd
                                              Completed:   8/29/64
Injection Pressure:  1100 psig
Total Depth of Well:  5972 ft.
Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:  Mt. Simon. Cambrian
Date Injection Began: (Day)	
Total Volume Injected to Date:
Date Injection Ceased: (Day)_
Previous Mode of Disposal:
                                         5914 ft.
                                        (Month)07
             (Yearl65
                                      297.872.300
                        (Gallons)
                                        (Month)   09
                                  N/A
            JTear)
          68
 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION
 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Ihlts Penetrated by Well
 Lockport Group
 Clinton Group
 Alision Group
 Cincinnatian
 Trenton	
 Black River
 Gatesburg	
 Franconia	
 Eau Claire
 Mt. Simon
                      (b)
                      Age
                      Silurian
                  Silurian
                  Silurian
                  Silurian
                  Ordovician
                  Ordovician
                  Ordovician
                  Cambrian
                  Cambrian
                  Cambrian
                  Cambrian
                  PreCambrian
                                     (c)
                                     Depth
                                      1732
                                      2102
                                      2310
                                      2448
                                      2615
                                      4324
                                      4520
                                      5096
                                      5518
                                      5586
                                      5914
                                      5952
(d)
Thickness
  270
  190
  136
  167
  1709
  196
  576
  422
  67
  328
  38
(e)
Lithologic Description
evaporites	

limestone	
limestone	
shale	
limestone
dolomite
dolomite	
sandstone
metamorphics
                                     (a)

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   B.  Geologic Description of  Injection  Unit  and Other Possible Hilts

                                         Injection
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Pt.)
(4) formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) fydro fracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
tlO) Fteservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution
Bass Isle Mt . Simc
1658 5914
74 38
0.45 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est .
1.0 psi/ft est.
Silurian Cambriar



dolomite sandstof
widespread

n Hamilton
1215
130



Devonian



e shale
widespread

    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


                Depth
                               Areal
                    Thickness  Extent
                                      Lithologlc
                                      Character
Fluid
Character
    Mineral Resources In Area:
                             N/A
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations  In
    Inrnediate Hydrologically Affected Area:   N/A   	        	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity): spent  suifite  pulping
     liquor  containing fiber, fiber fragments, paper filter materials  such  as
     clay and lignin compounds  in colloidal and semi-colloidal  range.	
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   N/A	
        Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:   50,000	
        Specific Gravity:   1.02	
        Temperature:
              5.2
B.
C.
D.
E.
               N/A
PH:
                                      (b)

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3.  Tbxicity:  N/A
i.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:   slightly corrosive
5.  Degradability Level and rate:
N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Bacterial activity possible due to presence of organic substrate.	

7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment:  N/A
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Ttiblng
Surface
Intermediate
   ection
Hole
Size
17
13
9

Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
54# H-40
36# J-55
26# J-55
15# J-55
Size
13-3/8
9-5/8
7
5
Depth
Set
79
2538
5100
5972

Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
     13-3/8 inch casing - 85 sks 'A' Portland; 9-5/8 inch casing-- 950 sks
     'A' Portland; 7 inch casing - 480 sks TA' Portland.~

3.  tell Head Equipment (Name and Models);  N/A
    lackers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;   Baker model 'pf
     packer set at 1600 ft. between 7" and 5" casijig.	
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;  Perforated at 1620-1670 ft. w/271j 5_.25 Selecto-jet;
     slotted: 5104-5200, 5360-5392,5520-5584, 5648-5680. 5776-5808. and 5904-5972
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Erograire, etc.;   Acidized and fractured
     on 8/28/64 at 5100-5972 ft.; acidized on 8/29/64 at 1620-1710 ft.	

VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;   Six batch tanks, 4 - 100,000 gal, and 2 -
     50,000 gal.; one surge tank.	
2.  Filters;  Rotating leaf filters, trap filters prior to injection
                                     (c)

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3  Pumps:   Reciprocating pumps	

VII.  OFERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)    9/66	  Average   420	  Maximum   450
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)    9/66        Average   1350        MaxJnum   1520
           	           '                           "
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_    N/A	B.  19_  	C.   19_
VIII.  SAPEIY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  N/A	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:  N/A
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  N/A
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;  N/A
3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements;  N/A
    B.  Monitoring Requirements;  N/A
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;   N/A
                                     (d)

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                                            Well  Id.  Code;    PA-4
                    CXMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AM) MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION WELLS .IN TOE UNi'itaj STATES

 Permit Status;    PDF	Operational Status;    NOP
 Operating Company Name and Address;  Gulf Research and Development Co.
                                     Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania	
 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data:  (Day)  01      (Month)   07	(tear)	73.
 2.   Latitude and Longitude:  40032'47"/7950'0l"
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description);  Coierain Township
 4.   County;     Bedford	State;    Pennsylvania
 5.   SlC^Claaslficatlon;   2950	
 II.   GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.   Type of Waste Injected; Drilling mud  (Bentonite) with quartz sand grains.
 2.  Date Well Permitted;                      Completed;  12/64
 3.  Injection Rate;  N/A
     Injection Pressure;   N/A
 5.  Total Depth of Well; 562 ft.       	
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone;  Beliefonte. Ordovician
                                              540 ft.
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)	(Month)  12        (Year)  64	
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:  1.720.000	           (GallonsT
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Month)  10        (Year)  68 	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:  None	
 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  
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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                             Confinlntr Bi
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(4) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
() Porosity %
(9) Permeability, nd.111 daroies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Bellefonte
540
13


6000
Ordovician



dolomite


Bellefonte
0
540



Ordovician



dolo,pite


    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Potable. IDS = 274 pom
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
 N/A
                    Area!     Lithologic
Depth    Thickness  Extent    Character
Fluid
Character
 .  Mineral Resources in Area:   N/A
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Ocner renetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area;   Three abandoned wells  covered  by
     Pennsylvania Oil and Gas Division plugging permits:  BED-41P,  BED-44P,	
     and BED-53P.
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):  Bentonite drilling muds
     and waste water.	

2.  Pltyslcal/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   300	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;   500	
    C.  Specific Gravity;   1.00 - 1.08	
    D.  Temperature:   amb ient	
    E.  pH:  6.5 - 7.5
                                     (b)

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3.   Toxlcity:    N/A	
M.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;   None"
5.  DegradabiHty Lewi and rate:  N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     N/A	

7.  Pre-lnJection Waste Treatment;   None
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	  	   7	  21
Intermediate       	  	   6-5/8     545
  lection          	  	   4-1/2     540
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
     6-5/8  inch  casing - 3 sks; 4-1/2 inch casing - 30 sks	
3  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);  4-1/2 inch casing head and master
     valve.	'

4.  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment: None
 5.  Bottom Hole Completion;  Open hole. 540 to 563 ft.	

 6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, ete.:  555 - 562 ft. water
     fractured with 8500 gal, at 420 gpm.	

 VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

 1.  Holding Tanks and Flow Lines;  Earthen settling pits.	


 2.  Filters:   Ncme
                                     (c)

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3  Pumps:   Triplex plunger pumps.

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
           	                    "           	
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_  N/A	B.  19_  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;   N/A	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  N/A
    C.  Frequency of Measuring water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  N/A
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation; N/A
3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements;  Authorized by Pennsylvania  State Department
         of  Health Industrial  Waste  Permit  #56411                               ~
    B.  Monitoring Requirements;  N/A
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;  N/A
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id.  Code:    PA-5
                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND' MUKDPIPAIi
                     INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNniflJ STAJUSS

 Permit Status:    PDF	Operational Status:    DN
 Operating Company Name and Address:  Bethlehem steel Corporation
                                     Johnstown. Pennsylvania	
 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Ehtry Date of Data: (Day)  01     (Month)  05	(Year)   73
 2.   Latitude and Longitude: 40020'06"/78053>26"	
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description):  N/A
 M.   County:    Cambria	State:    Pennsylvania
 5.   SIC Classification:  3312	
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE


 1.  Type Of Waste Injected;  Weak ammonia liquor,
 2.  Date Well Permitted;  1/66	Completed:
 3.  Injection Rate;  N/A
     Injection Pressure; N/A
 5.  Total Depth of Well; 835 ft.
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone;  Burgoon. Mississippian
                                              845 ft.	^___^___
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)	(Month)             (Year)  ~66~
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date;   N/A	(GallonsT
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)  16   (Month)   04        (Year)   Te	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;   N/A	
 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)          (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   LAthologlc Description
 N/A
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                      Confinine Bed
U) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
3) Thickness (Pt.)
5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Llthostatic Pressure, psi
6) Ifydrofracturing Pressure, psi
7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability , ndllidarcles
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Burgoon
845




Mississippian



sandstone















    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  TDS  =  104,000 ppm
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


Name            Depth
                ~^~~
             Areal
  Thickness  Extent
Llthologlc
Character
Fluid
Character
A.  Mineral Resources in Area:
5.  Location of Other wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate ffydrologically Affected Area;    N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS


1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):  Ammonia liquor containing
     phenol, hydrogen sulfide. and chloride.	
    Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:   N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity:_
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH:   N/A
     N/A
N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxiclty:   Total dose of 1.5 grams of phenol may be fatal to humans.
 .  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;  None'
5.  Degradability Level and Rate;   None
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection,
     Probably not sterile at injection; bacterial activity minimal.	^

7.  Pre-lAjectlon Waste Treatment; N/A
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface                                                      16         61
Intermediate       	  	   10-3/4     210
                   	  	  _7	   570
   ection
   er
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon;  N/A
3.  well Head Equipment (Name and Models);   N/A
 .  Backers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;  N/A
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;  6-3/4 inch open hole from 579 to 845 ft,

6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:  N/A
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Flow Lines;  N/A
2.  Filters:   N/A
                                     (O

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3.  Pumps:	

   .  OPERATION
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
     it
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
     it
     it
     it
3*  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_  	B.  19__  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFEIY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency or Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:
2.  Contingency Flan for Well Failure During Operation:
3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restntctions of Operation Procedures:
                                     (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code;    PA-6
                   COMPILATION OP pDUSTRIAL AND 'MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN TOE UNIiijD
Permit Status :    FDR _ Operational Status:
Operating Company Name and Address;  Koppers Cpmoanv. inc.
                                     Petrolia. Pennsylvania	

I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data:  (Day)  01      (Month)   p&	(Year)	TJ_
2.  Latitude and Longitude;  4l05'/7940'
 3.  VfeU Location  (Legal Description);   Fairview Township
 4.  County:    Butler	State:    Pennsylvania
 5.  SIC Classification;   2899	
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type Of Waste Injected;   Sodium sulfate - sulfite effluent containing
     minor amounts of phenolics.	

 2.  Date Well  Permitted;                       Completed;   8/12/69
 3,  Injection  Rate;   N/A	
 4.  Injection  Pressure;  N/A	
 5.  Total  Depth Of Well;   3103 ft., plugged back to 2300 ft.	
 6.  Name,  Age, and Depth  of  Injection Zone;   Speechlv. Devonian
                                              2152 ft.	
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day) 24     (Month)  09        (Year)   69
 8.  Total  Volume Injected to Date;   N/A      	           (Gallons)"
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)        (Month)            (Year)      	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:  N/A	
 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

                      (b)             (c)      (d)          (e)
                      Age             Depth    Thickness   Llthologlc Description
          _	  Pennsylvanian   86       12	  limestone	
  Shenago    	  Mississippian   602      71	  sandstone	
 Riceyille            Devonian        830      116        shale
 Venagp	       Devonian        946      340        sandstone
 Knox	Devonian        1206     34         sandstone
 Apeechly	  Devonian        2152     30         sandstone
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Infection Unit
                                                         Confinine Bed
U) Name
2) Depth (Ft.)
J) Thickness (Ft.)
5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability , ndllidarcies
(10 ^ Reservoir ^temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Speechly
2152
80
0.45 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Devonian



sandstone
extensive














    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:
         pH = 7.7	
                                                   Saline; IDS =4322 ppm;
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
            Depth
              0
              126
              346
                      Area!
           Thickness   Extent
                           28
                           80
                           108
Lithologlc
Character
 sandstone     	
 sandstone,  shale fresh
Fluid
Character
 fresh
                                sandstone
                brine
4.  Mineral Resources in Area:   Oil and gas.
5.  Location of Other Ifells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area;   N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity); Coal tar processing and
     coke manufacturing wastet containing sodium sulfate and phenol.	

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mgA:_	N/A	
        Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:
        Specific Gravity:
        Temperature:
        PH:.
B.
C.
D.
E.
              N/A
                          N/A
         N/A
N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:   Total dose of 1.5 grams of phenol may be fatal to humans.



4.  Reactivity with Surface "feauipmentComponents:  ft/A
5.  Degradabillty Level and Rate;  N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably not sterile at injection;  bacterial activity minimal.	

7.  Pre-injection WasteTreatment:  N/A
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	  	   13-5/8	  42
Intermediate       	    33 #   H-40	   10-3/4	  435
                                                              5-1/2     2275
  lection          	  	    2-3/8     1006
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Hor.*izcn:
     10-3/4 inch casing - 150 sks Pozmix;  5-1/2 inch casing - 65>0 sks Pozmix.
3.  fell Head Equipment (Name andModels);  N/A
 .  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;  otJic packer at 1006 ft
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;  Open hole
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:  Fractured - 3175 psi, 1942
     gal water + 650Q# sand at 1907 ft;  3900 psi,  1700 gal water + 5000// sand @ 2160'

VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;   Two  40,000 gallon holding; tanks.	


2.  Filters:    Duel sand filters.                         "
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3.  Pumps:   Duel Triplex plunger pumps w/3.fluid end constructed of_corrosion
     resistant metal.	
VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
     it
     11
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)   	  Average	  Maximum
     it
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_     N/A	B.  19_ 	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFEIY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoriirig Devices and  Data;   N/A	
    B.  Sampling Irrequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;   N/A
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;
3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements;  N/A
    B.  Monitoring Plequirements;   N/A
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:   N/A
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code;   PA-?
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN TOE UNITED STATES
Permit Status ;
                  PDF
                                        Operational Status:
Operating Company Name and Address; Peoples Natural Gas Co., Rager Mnnnt-a-tn
                                    Pifctsburg, Pennsylvania
 I.   GENERAL D3EMTIPICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data:  (Day)  01     (Month)   10
 2.   Latitude and Longitude:  7855'/4025'
                                                           (Year)  73
3.  Well Location (Legal Description):   N/A
    County ;   Cambria
                                          State ;
                                                   Pennsylvania
    SIC Classification: 1382
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type Of Waste Injected;  Mining waste containing FeSOA and H9SOy
 2.  Date Well Permitted:
 3.  Injection Rate;  30 gpm
                                              Completed;  12/22/70
4.  Injection Pressure;  570 psi
5.  Total Depth of Well; 1090 ft,
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth Of Injection Zone; Murrysville, Tennsylvanian
                                             919 ft.	
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)  N/A   (MonEhT           (Year)
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date;   N/A	
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Month)             (Year)
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;  N/A    	
                                                                     (Gallons)
HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a) (b) (c)
Name Age Depth
0
10
90
205
407
409
637
672
854
(d)
Thickness
10
So
115
202
2
248
35
182
76
(e)
Lithologlc Description
clay
sand


red rock
sand
coal
sand
slate ,
sand
slate



lime


Murrysville
                     Pennsylvanian   930
                                                55
                                                          sand
                                                          sate
                                    (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                             Conflnine Bed
Cl) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psl
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(?) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millldarcies
(10) Fteservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution
Murrysville
919
62
0.45 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Pennsylvania!!
14.0


sandstone


Unnamed
841
78



Pennsylvanian



shale


    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids: PH  -  8.0;  ci~  -  3118 ppm
         Fe - 1 ppm;  SOA  -  8  ppm;  Ca -  47  ppm	
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
  N/A
                    Areal     Lithologic
Depth    Ihickness  Extent    Character
Fluid
Character
 .  Mineral Resources in Area:   Coal
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other-Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area;  N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):  Fe - 10 ppm;  ci~ - 11,911 ppm
     Ca - 1196 qpm; Mg - 217 ppm; Na - 5942 ppm	

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:   N/A	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;   19.566
    C.  Specific Gravity;  N/A	
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH;   6.8
       N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxiclty:    None	
ij.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components; Possibly corrossive

5.  Degradability Level and Rate: None
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably not sterile at injection; bacterial activity minimal	

7  Pre-inJfaction Waste Treatment:  Settling tank
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            "TTP1/2	     steel        	  9-5/8     T5"
Intermediate       	  	 	 	
   ection            8-1/2            ZW                    6-5/8
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:  Portland
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);
  .  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface  quipment
 5.  Bottom Hole Completion: "pen noie yj.9 - mau tt.
 6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.; 919-1090' 10,000 gal &
     11,500// 17 bb; 1508' fractured @1600 psi; 1482' fractured @3000 psi

 VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

 1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;  1,500,000 gal, holding pond	



 2.  Filters:
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19__  	B.  19_  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;         ~
 3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:
                                     (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                                            PA-8
Permit Status:
                   COMPILATION OF pDUSTRIAL AND' MjDSIPAL
                              WELLS IN THE uwl'naj
PDR
    Operational Status:
                  NOUP
Operating Company Name and Address:  Hammermiii Paper Company
                                     Erie, Pennsylvania	
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA
1.
2.
3.
n.
i.
2.
3.
5*
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Ehtry Date of Data: (Day) 01
Latitude and Longitude: 4208'26"
Well Location (Legal Description1):
County: Erie
SIC Classification: 2611
GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE
Type of Waste Injected: puip mill


Date Well Permitted:
Injection Rate: eoo^OOO^pd
Injection Pressure: 1600 psi
Total Depth of Well: 2354 ft.
Name, Age, and Depth of Injection
Date Injection Began: (Day)
(Month) 06 (Year) 73
/8002'59"
N/A

State : Pennsylvania

liquor


Completed: 5/15/68



Zone: Bass Island. Silurian
1586 ft.
(Month) 05 (Year) 68
Total Volume Injected to Date: 353. 670.700 (Gallons)
Date Injection Ceased: (Day)
Previous Mode of Disposal: N/

(Month) 06 (Year) 70


PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
 Onondago
 Bass Island
 Salina
 Lockport
 Clinton
   (b)
   Age
    Devonian
    Silurian
    Silurian
    Silurian
    Silurian
(C)
Depth
  1385
  1586
  1737
(d)
Thickness
  201
  151
  365
  2102
  218
  2320
  34
(e)
Lithologic Description
 limestone	
 limestone,  dolomite
 evaporites	
 dolomite	
 sandstone
                                    (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description  of  Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                           Confininn Bed
U) Name
2) Depth (Ft.)
3) Thickness (Pt.)
5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
l'6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millldarcies
(10} Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Bass Island
1586
151
0.45 psi/ft 'est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Silurian



dolomite
widespread

Hamilton
1215
130



Devonian



shale
widespread

    C.   Chemical Characteristics  of Formation Fluids:   Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


Name            Depth
                                    Areal
                         Ihickness  Extent
            Lithologic
            Character
Fluid
Character
 .  Mineral Resources In Area:
N/A
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Imnediate Hydrologically Affected Area:   N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);   Pulp mill liquor containing
    fiber, fiber compounds, and paper filter material.	

2.  PhysicaVChemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;  N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;  50,000
    C.  Specific Gravity:  1.02	
    D.  Temperature: ambient
    E.  pH;  5.3
                                     (b)

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3.   Tbxiclty:  High BOD.	
J.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;  slightly corrosive.

5.  Degradabillty Level and Rate:  N/A  -
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Bacterial activity possible due to presence of organic substrate.	

7.  Pre-lnJectlon Waste Treatment;  N/A
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONS1BUCTION

1.  Casing and Hibing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	  	   13-3/8     58
Intermediate       	  	    9-5/8     1393
                                                              7         2179
  Jection          	   Fiberglass	    5	   1601
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon; 13-3/8
     inch casing - 100 sks.;  9-5/8 inch casing - 300 sks.; 7 inch casing -
     435 sks;  5 inch casing - 150 sks	

3.  Veil Head Equipment (Name and Models);   N/A                        "
 .  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;   N/A
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;   N/A
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  15.000 gal. HCI at 2150
    jjsi	

VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIFMEMT

1.  Holding lankS and Plow Lines;   N/A	
2.  Filters:   N/A
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_  	B.  19_  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:
3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures
                                     (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                   COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                                                          PA-9
Permit Status:
            PDF
    Operational Status:
DN
Operating Company Name and Address; Bethlehem Mines Corp.
                                    Ellsworth. Pennsylvania
 I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.  Entry Date of Data:  (Day)  12      (Month)  08
                                                       (Year)   65
2.
3.
1.
5.
Latitude and Longitude: 40000Ioo"/8005'00"
Well Location (Legal Description) : N/A

County: Washington State:
SIC Classification: 3311



Pennsylvania

 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type of Waste Injected;   N/A
 2.   Date Well Permitted:
 3.   Injection Rate:    N/A~
Injection Pressure:
                           N/A
                                          Completed:   2/22/68
                                           ____  __
 5.  Total Depth of Well:   1588 f t .         _ "
 6.  Name, Age,  and Depth  of Injection Zone:  Salt Sands, Pennsylvanian
 7.  Date Injection Began:  (Day)   N/A   (MonEnT
 8.  Total Volume Injected  to Date:   N/A
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)        (Month)
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;    N/A   	"
                                                      (Year!
                                                     JYear).
                                                                 (Gallons)
 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
  'N/A
                 (b)
                 Age
(c)      (d)         (e)
Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                          Confininc: Bed
U) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Pt.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7; Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ndllidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Salt Sands
1431
86



Pennsylvanian
4.5 - 10
0 - 122

sand















    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:    saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Hame
 N/A
>th
           Areal
Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
 .  Mineral Resources in Area:   N/A
5.  Location of Other wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area:    N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):   N/A
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:   N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:]N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity:_
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH:   N/A
        N/A
    N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxlclty;     N/A	
1.  Reactivity vflth Surface Equipment Components:   N/A
5.  Dsgradablllty Level and Rate;   N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     N/A	

7.  Pre-lnjection Waste Treatment;   N/A
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface                             Conductor               20         23
Intermediate       	   H-40     	  IQ	  530

  lection                           J-55                    ~7
Inject
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Errplacement Horizon;  N/A
3.  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models); Well capped w/2" dia vent line
   '   set  approx. 10' above top of casing.	

4.  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:   N/A
5.  Bat torn Hole Completion:
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.; isoo psi fracture (11/18/65),
      1800 psi fracture  (2/17/66)	

VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE BQUIFMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;
2.  Filters:   N/A
                                     (O

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3.  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
                   ~               ~~~~~"~~~~~~~~~         ""~~"~
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_  	B.  19_  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFEIY INFORMATION
1.  Mcnltorlng Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;         ""
 3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code;   TN-l
                   COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
Permit Status:    PDR	Operational Status;   NOUP
Operating Company Name and Address; E.I. DuPont de Nemours Company.,
                                    P.O. Box 629 - New Johnsville. Tennessee
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)   01           	
2.  Latitude and Longitude;  3602'57"/8659'05"
(Month)   06
                                                           (Year)   73
3.  Well Location (Legal Description): Sec 14. T6S. R19E
M.  County;   Humphreys
                                         State:   Tennessee
5.  SIC Classification;   2816
n.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE


1.  Type Of Waste Injected;   Waste effluent from the production of naint
2.
3.
5-
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
pigment .

Date Well Permitted: 2/20/67
Injection Rate: 280 gpm
Injection Pressure: 200j&si^
Total Depth of Well: 6735 ft.
Name, Age, and Depth of Injection
Date Injection Began: (Day)


Completed:



Zone: Knoxr Cambrian
3000 ft.
(Month) 03 (Year) 67
Total Volume Injected to Date: N/A (Gallons)
Date Injection Ceased: (Day)
Previous Mode of Disposal: I^/A

(Month) 01 (Year) 72


HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
Alluvium


(b)
Age
Quaternary
Silurian
Ordovician
(c)
Depth
0
240
480
(d)
Thickness
240
240
3100
(e)
Lithologic Description
sand, gravel, clav
limestone
limestone, shale
Knox
                      Cambrian
3580
                                                          dolomite, shale
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                         Confining Bed
U) Name
(2) Depth (Pt.)
3) Thickness (Pt.)
5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcles
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Knox
3000
3734
0.45 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Cambrian
5-30
110
22
dolomite



1400
1600



Ordovician-Cambrian



carbonates , shale


    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids;  Saline water under
         artesian conditions
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
 Fort Payne
                                Area!     Lithologlc
            Depth    Thickness  Extent    Character
                        200      extensive   limestone
                                               Fluid
                                               Character
                                               saline
    Mineral Resources in Area:
     disposal well.	
                             No mineral  resources  in  the area of  the
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Inmediate tfydrologlcally Affected Area;  N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  Aqueous wastes from the
     manufacturing operation to produce paint pigment.  13-15% aqueous solution
     of ferric chloride.
2.  I^slcal/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   N/A	
        Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:   N/A	
        Specific Gravity:_
        Temperature:
        pH:
B.
C.
D.
E.
              1.1 - 1.12
         N/A
1.5 - U
                                     (b)

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3.   Toxicity:    N/A	
M.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:  Corrosive to metallic
    components.	
5.  Degradablllty Level and Rate:    N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
    Probably not sterile at injection; bacterial activity minimal.	

7.  Fre-injectlon Waste Treatment:   Sedimentation.
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface             13 	  	   10-3/4     60.0
Intermediate         9-5/8	    steel	7	__  1600
  lection          	    Chemtube	    4-1/2     1800
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
    Pozmix to the surface.
 3.  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models):    N/A
    Packers, Centralizers, and Other Susurface Equipment:  Packer on 4-1/2
     inch  casing.  	   	                         	
 5.  Bottom Hole Completion;   open hole
 6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:  Acidized with 15.000 gal,
     of  HC1.	

 VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

 1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines: N/A
 2.  Filters:
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:    N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
     it
     n
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_   N/A	B.  19_  	C.  19_ 	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Continuous rate and pressure recorders;
        well pressure checked periodically.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  N/A ..'.""
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  N/A
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:   N/A
3.  Regulatory Aspects


   _ A.  Construction Requirements;  Constructed, maintained and equipped in a
        manner that will prevent pollution of fresh water or endanger anv
        natural  resources.
    B.  Monitoring Requirements t  Monitor local water supply well and report
        quarterly.


    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:  Must operate as permitted.
                                      (d)

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                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND'MUNICIPAL


 Permit Status;    PDR	Operational Status:   p	
 Operating Company Name and Address;  E.I. DuPont de Nemours Companyf inc.
                                     P.O. Box 629 - New Johnsviller TanneBaee

 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date  of Data: (Day)  01     (Month)  Q6	(Year)   73	
 2.   Latitude and Longitude: 36002'57"/86059'05"
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description): sw 1/4. SE 1/4. NW 1/4. Sec 14. T6S.
     R19E.	
 4.  County ;   Humphreys	State:    Tennessee	
 5.  SIC Classification;  2816	.	
 n.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type Of Waste Injected:  Waste effluent from the production.of jaint
     pigment.	

 2.  Date Well Permitted:  2/70                Coirpleted;
 3.  Injection Rate;  450 gpm
 M.  Injection Pressure; 500 psi
 5.  Total Depth of Well;  7461 ft.
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone;  Knox. Cambrian
                                              4100 ft.
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)	(Month)  04        (Year)  To"
 8,  Total Volume Injected to Date:   N/A     	           (GalloniT
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Month)             (Year)      	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;   N/A	
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Llthologlc Description
 N/A
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                             Confinlne Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) ftrdrofracturing Pressure, psi.
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ndllidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Knox
4100
3361
2050 - 3000
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Cambrian
10 at 4410 ft.
110
25"
dolomite
widespread


1400
2700



Ordovician-Cambrian



carbonates, shale
widespread

    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids; Highly saline  : chlorides-
          73,950  ppm	
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
 Fort  Payne
                    Area!     Lithologic
Depth    Thickness  Extent    Character
            200
limestone
Fluid
Character
 saline
    Mineral Resources in Area;   No mineral  resources  in  the  area  of. the  disposal
     well.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area; N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERIS'nCS

1.  Ttechnical Description (Including Radioactivity);   13 - 15%  aqueous  solution
     of ferric chloride.	

2,  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   N/A	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;   N/A	
    C.  Specific Gravity:   1.l	
    D.  Temperature:   N/A	
    E.  pH:   1.5	
                                     (b)

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3.   Toxicity:   N/A	
4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components; Corrosive to metallic components

5.  Degradablllty Level and Rate;    N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably not sterile at  injection;  bacterial  activity minimal.	

7.  Ifre-lnjection Waste ^Jreatment;   Sedimentation
V.  WELL DESIGN AND OBSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing
Surface
Intermediate

  lection
Hole
Size
30
20
20
13-3/4
12
Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
J-55
J-55
J-55
Fibercast
J-55
Size
24
16
13-3/8
9-5/8
9-5/8
Depth
Set
72
445
606
4650
4100
Other

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon: 9-5/8
     inch casing - bottom 2000 ft.  cemented;  9-5/8  inch  casing  (injection) -
     latex cement; all other casing cemented  to  surface  with Portland cement.

3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);   N/A
M.  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment: Centraiizers -
     16" and 13-3/8" casing - 2  on bottom 4  joints  and  1 on every joint above;
     1 on bottom of Fibercast and  1 every 4  joints  to surface.	

5.  Bottom Hole Completion;  Open  hole
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.: Acidized with 15,000 gal.
     HCl at 1000 psi.	

VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIIMEMT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;   N/A	
2.  Filters:  N/A
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:    N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_     N/A	B.  19__  	C.  19__  	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;   Continuous pressure recorders; pressure
         checked  periodically.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  N/A
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads; N/A
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation; N/A
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements:  Constructed,  equipped,  and maintained  so as
          to prevent pollution of  fresh water  or  endanger any natural resources.

    B.  Monitoring Requirements;   N/A
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;  Total disoived  solids not to
          exceed 10.000 ppm.	   	
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id.  Code;   TN-3
                   COMPHATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
Permit Status ;
                   PDR
    Operational Status:
            o
Operating Conpany Name and Address;   stauffer Chemical Co.f Agricuitruai
                                     Div. .  Mount Pleasant. Tennessee
I.  GENERAL IDtM'lFlCATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)   01     (Month)	p_6_
2.  Latitude and Longitude:  35"31 '20"787 14'10"
                                                           (Year)	73
3.  Well Location (Legal Description);   sec  16. T12S. R28E
    County ;
               Maury
     State:
Tennessee
5.  SIC Classification;    2819
     GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type Of Waste Injected;  Chemical  brines.
2.
3.
1.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.


Date Well Permitted: 2/10/69
Injection Rate: 25 gpm
Injection Pressure: gravity
Total Depth of Well: 6473 ft.
Name, Age, and Depth of Injection
Date Injection Began: (Day) 10


Completed:



Zone: Knox, Cambrian
3150 ft.
(Month) 03 (Year) 69
Total Volume Injected to Date: N/A (Gallons)
Date Injection Ceased: (Day)
Previous Mode of Disposal: N/A

(Month) (Year)


 III.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
 171"
                     (b)
                     Age
(c)      (d)         (e)
Depth    Thickness   Llthologlc Description
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Uhit
                                                             Confinlrur Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(M) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatlc Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Uhit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ralllldarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Knox
3150
2500
0.45 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Cambrian



dolomite
widespread














    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Brine
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


                Depth
Name
"N/A"
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
Llthologic
Character
Fluid
Character
4.  Mineral Resources in Area:_
    of the disposal well.	
                                 No mineral resources reported in the vicinity
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Ifydrologlcally Affected Area;  N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity); Carbonate brine solution
    containing sodium chloride, sodium bicarbonate, sodium carbonatef and	
     aranitrophenol.	
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;  N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;  N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity;  l.08	
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH;  N/A
                       N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:  Paranitrophenol may be harmful to fish.	
M.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components; Possible corrosion of metallic
     components by brine solution.	
5-  Degradablllty Level and Rate:   None
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably not sterile at injection; bacterial activity minimal.	

7.  ft?e-lnjectlon Waste Treatment;  Settled and decanted in ~a 250,000 gal.
     tank.
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface             17-3/4                                   16         is
Intermediate        13-3/4                                   10-3/4     1010
                     8-3/4                                    7         2956
  feet ion          	    Tubing	    2-7/8     2986
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
     16 inch casing - 300 sks Portland	
3.  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models);  N/A
 .  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;   Packer on 2-7/8
     inch casing. 	
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;   Open hole from 2986 to 6473 ft.	

6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  Acidized with 15,000 gal.
     20 Be' HC1.	

VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines; 250,000 gal settling tank.	


2.  Filters:N/A
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:    N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_    N/A	B.  19__  	C.  19_  	

VIII.  SAFEIY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  One monitor well, 3500 ft. north;
          continuous  rate  and  pressure recorders.

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured; N/A
    C.  Frequency of Measuring water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads; N/A
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:  N/A
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements:    Constructed,  equipped,  and maintained  in
         a manner that  will prevent  pollution of  fresh water  or endanger  any
         natural  resources.
    B.  Monitoring Requirements;  Continuous pressure -  rate recorders used.
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;  Must  operate  as  permitted.
                                     (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:    TN-4
                    COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    EJECTION WELLS IN THE UNITED STATES

 Permit Status:    DAP	Operational Status:    DN_
 Operating Company Name and Address;  E.I. DuPont de Nemours Co.
                                     New Johnsville. Tennessee
 I.   GENERAL IDatTIPICATION DATA

 1.   Ehtry Date of Data:  (Day)  01      (Month)   06	(Year)	73.
 2.   Latitude and Longitude:  3602'57"/8659'05"	
 3.  Vfell Location (Legal Description);   N/A
 M.   County;    Humphreys      	State:    Tennessee
 5.   SIC Classification:   2816            	
 II.   GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.   Type of Waste Injected: N/A
 2.  Date Well Permitted;  N75T	Completed:
 3.  Injection Rate:   N/A
     Injection Pressure;  N/A
 5.  Total Depth of Well:  7641 ft.
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth  of Injection Zone:    N/A
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day) N/A    (MontET           (Year)
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:  N/A	(Gallons)
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Month)             (Year)	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;  N/A	
 XII.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)             (c)      (d)          (e)
 Name                 Age             Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
 "TT71                                                    		
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Hilt and Other Possible Units
(1) Kame
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(*1) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydro fracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Fteservoir Temperature , C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution


























    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


Name            Depth
           Areal
Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
 .  Mineral Resources in Area:
5.  Location of Other wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area:	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity)
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/l:_
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:"
    C.  Specific Gravity:	~
    D.  Temperature:	
    E.  pH:	
                                      (b)

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3.   Toxlclty:	
l.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:
5.  Degradablllty Level and Rate:
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:


7.  Pre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment:
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface
Intermediate

Injection
Cthi
ler
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
 3.  VieU Head Equipment (Name and Models):
  .  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:
 5.   Bottom Hole Completion:
 6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs,
 VI.   DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

 1.   Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:	


 2.   Filters:
                                      (c)

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3.  Pumps:	

VII. _ OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  3hJaction Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_  	B.  19__  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;
 3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:
                                     (d)

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                                            Well Id.  Code:    TX-I
                    COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
 Permit Status:
                 PDR
Operational Status:
                                                              o
 Operating Company Name and Address;  Monsanto chemical Company
                                     P.O. Box 711 - Alvin. Texas
 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data: (Day)  13
 2.   Latitude and Longitude;  N/A
                                      (Month)	08
                   (Year)  72
 3.  Vfell Location (Legal Description);  Perry and Austin League 2. Ab 107
     County:   Brazoria
                                         State:    Texas
 5.  SIC Classification;  2821
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SHE


 1.  Type of Waste Injected;  Chemical wastes from the manufacture of cumene
     phenol.	
 2.  Date Well Permitted;  11/14/61
 3.  Injection Rate;  221.500 gpd
                                              Completed:
     Injection Pressure: 400 PSJ
5.  Total Depth or well;  6409 f t. plugged
6.  Name, Age, and Depth of ijjaction Zone:
                                            back to 6320 ft.
                                              Miocene Sands. Miocene
7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)	
8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:_
9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)
                                        (Month)
                                                          (Year)  70
                                     so 8A7oo
                                           th
                                              p
                                              )
                             (Gallons)
10.  PrevlOUS Mode Of Disposal: Two detention lagoons
                  .(Year).
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
Beaumont
Lissie
Goliad
Laearto
Oakville
Catahoula

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection ttilt
                                                             Confining Bi
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(14) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
f6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, mlllidarcles
U.O) Reservoir Temperature, "C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution


6000

0.45 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.

30
150 - 2400
49
aanH


RniiflH-DflW-f HP
tono
5000



PI 1 OPPTIP M"f OPPnP



r* 1 a\r caT-vrl


    C.   Chenjical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  IDS = 94,000 ppm
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name Dei
Beaumont 0
Lissie
Area! Lithologic Fluid
pth Ihickness Extent Character Character
extensive clay fresh
1000 extensive sand, gravel fresh



    Mineral Resources in Area:   Oil in the immediate area.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other renetratlons In
    Immediate HydrolOgically Affected Area:  There are several abandoned oil wells
     in the immediate area.
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity); Wastes from Cumene phenol
     manufacture including organics and inorganic salts.                    	
                                        49
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1: 	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:"   N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity:
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH;  7.5
                            N/A
                       N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  TbXlCJty:   Phenol highly toxic.	
4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;   Slightly corrosive.

5. ' Degradatolllty Level and Rate;  Phenol may degrade anaerobically .


6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Bacterial activity unlikely due to presence of phenol.	

7.  PreInjection Waste Treatment:   Sedimentation, skimming, pH adjustment,
     and filtration.
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

I.  Casing and Tubing
Surface
Intermediate

  Jectlon
Inject
Other
Hole
Size
16




Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade

40# H-40
26# J-55
11.34// N-80
4.7# J-55
Size

10-3/4
7
4
2-3/8
Depth
Set
20
2011
3541
3541
6174.84
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
     10-3/4 inch casing - 860 sks cement; 7 inch casing - 1600 sks Pozmix 4-	
     4% gel.	

3.  fell Head Equipment |Name and Models");"  Cameron Iron Works. Inc. Design'. "
     10-3/4" Thd 8rd x 10" series 600 flange CIW 10" x 6" series 600 CIW LD head
     2" series 600 upper section w/ 3-2" valves, 2" tee. 2" choke body. 6"x2" flange
4.  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:  3 ^as valve lifts at
     841.20 ft, 1256 ft. and 1661.90 ft.; Baker model D packer at,3541.66 ft.j
     TIW L.H. packer at 3531.66 ft.	

5.  Bottom Hole Completion;  3Q'-4" stainless screen undereamed_and gravel packed
     6160 to 6365 ft. ; Bullet perforations, 8/ft_.  at 6045 to 6294 ft.	
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  N/A


VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;  50.000 gal, sludge tank. pH mixing tank, and
     300,000, gal._ surge tank.	

2.  Filters:  3 pressure sand filters.	   	
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:   Centrifugal - 400 gpm at 1500 psig	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   7/70	  Average   77	  Maximum   225
     "
              1/71                  '198                   259
              7/71                   246                   369
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   7/70	  Average   410	  MaxJimm   880
     t
              1/70
     "        7/71                   860	            1060
     it     	         	         	
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_71  54,037,000	B.  1970_    26,810,000  C.  19	 	

VIII.  SAPE3Y INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:  Well head and annulus pressure; injection
          flow rate; injection flow volume.	

    B.  Sanpling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  Periodically
          measured and reported if a 5% variance occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  Continuous
          monitoring.
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:  600,,000 gal, storage
      tank.	_____	
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  All casing must be tested for leakage at
         1000 psi; injection tubing must be unaffected by wastes.

    B.  Monitoring Requirements:  Casing and bottom hole pressure tests; complete
         chemical analysis of wastes; monitor well head and annulus pressure and
         total volume; report biannually
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;  N/A
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id.  Code:    TX-2
                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    "INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNITED STATES

 Permit Status;      PNC	Operational Status:   PC
 Operating Conpany Name  and Address: Monsanto Company
                                     P.O. Box 1311, Texas City, Texas

 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data: (Day)  07     (Month)    09	(Year)    73
 2.   Latitude and Longitude;  N/A
 3.  Vfell Location (Legal Description); Located 8290 ft. west of the east line and
      4093 ft.  north of  the  south  line  on the Monsanto Chocolate Bayou  site	
 4.  County:    Brazoria	State:   Texas	
 5.  SIC Classification:  2899	

 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE
 1.  Type of Waste Injected;  N/A
 2.  Date Well Permitted;    11/14/61	Conpleted:
 3.  Injection Rate: N/A	"
     Injection Pressure;  N/A
 5.  Total Depth of Well: N/A
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:    N/A
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day) N/A    (Month)            (Year)
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:   N/A	(GallonsT
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day) "     (Month)            (Year)     	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:  N/A	       	
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)          (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
   N/A
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other possible Units

                                         Injection Unit
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(*0 Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
6) ffydrofracturing Pressure, psi
7) Age of Unit
8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ndllidarcles
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution


























    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
Depth
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
    Mineral Resources in Area:
5.  Location or Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area:	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/l:_
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:"
    C.  Specific Gravity:	~
    D.  Temperature:	
    E.  pH:	
                                     (b)

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3.   Toxicity:	
 .  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:
5.  Degradabillty Level and Rate:
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Ejection:
                                         ,                                    *

7.  Pre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment;
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Ilibing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	  	  	  	
Intermediate       	  	  	  	

  lection
Ihji
Otto
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models):
 .  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:	
2.  Filters:
                                     (0

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3.  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_  	B.  19_  	C.  19.
VIII.  SAFETY IKPORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:
3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;
                                     (d)

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                                            Well  Id. Code;    ix-3
                    COMPILATTON OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION WELLS IN TOE UNiltU  STATES
                   PDR
                                    Operational Status:o
Permit Status:	  .                  	
Operating Company Name and Address;  Potash  Company of America
                                     P.O. Box  1178 ^ Dumas. Texas
 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data:  (Day)  14
                                  (Month)   08
 2.   Latitude and Longitude:  3556'll"/101057'll"
                                                           (Year)	72
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description);  Section 362, Block 44. H.&T.C.R.R. Co.
      Survey,. 850  ft. FEL and 1050 ft. FSL.	___
     County;   Moore
                                     State:
                                                   Texas
 5.   SIC Classification;   1474
 II.   GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.   Type Of Waste Injected;   Excess 20 Baume hydrochloric acid produced by
      sulfate conversion.
 2.
 3.
 H.
 5.
 6.

 7.
 8.
 9.
10.
Date Well Permitted;   12/61
Injection Rate;  2,100,000 gpy
                                              Completed:
Injection Pressure;  gravity
Total Depth of Well:   1265  ft.
Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:  Glorietta. Permian
Date Injection Began: (Day)
                                          1250  ft.
                                       (Month)   iT
                                  15.483.559
    Total Volume Injected to Date:_
    Date Injection Ceased: (Day)_J	
    Previous Mode of Disposal;   Surface  pits.
                                   (Month)
             (Year)   64
                        ((salons)
            JYear).
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
 Alluvium
  pgallala
  Red  Beds
  Glorietta
                 (b)
                 Age
                  Recent
                  Tertiary
                  Permian
                  Permian
                                    (c)
                                    Depth
                                    _o	
                                      210
                                      465
                                      1110
(d)         (e)
Thickness   Lithologic Description
   210	  sand, clay	
   255	  sand, caliche	
   645	  shale, gypsum	
   555	  limestone, dolomite, sand
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

Injection Unit Confining Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(4) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Llthostatic Pressure, psi
w
(7
(B
ftrdrofracturing Pressure, psi
Age of Unit
Porosity %
(9) Permeability, minidarcles
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Glorietta
1250
155
0.45 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Permian
20


limestone, dolo-
mite

Red Beds
465
645



Permian



shale , gvpsum


    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids: High chloride ion
         concentration	
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
  Ogallala
  Red  Beds
                                Area!
                     Thickness  Extent
                      255
             465
                      645
Lithologic
Character
sand	
shale, gypsum  brackish
                                                         Fluid
                                                         Character
                                                         potable
 .  Mineral Resources In Area:  N/A
5.
Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
Immediate ifydrologlcally Affected Area; 17 water wells within 4 mile	
  radius,  depth  range  from 310 to 515 ft.;  Shamrock Oil and Gas Corporation
  has  two  wells  2 miles east and one well 5 miles east of the disposal	
      well.
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTTCS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  31.45% hydrochloric acid
      solution.
                                         N/A
Physical/Chemical Description
A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:   N/A
    Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:
    Specific Gravity:
    Temperature:
          N/A
B.
C.
D.
E.
                            1.16
                       N/A
        pH:
                                     (b)

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3.   ToxicIty:   Exceedingly corrosive to  tissue;  concentrated  hydrochloric  acid
        with accompanying irritating; vapors  of  chlorine  gas.

H.   Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:   Exceedling corrosive  to  all
        metals.	
5.   Degradablllty Level and Rate:  None                                        "~
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     No bacterial activity likely.	.	

7.  Pre-lnjection Waste Treatment;  N/A.                              I
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing
Surface
Intermediate

   lection
Hole
Size
11
7-7/8
7-7/8
Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
24// J-55
Fibercast
Fibercast screen
Size
8-5/8
3-1/2
3-1/2
'Depth
Set
insa
1150
1150-1250
,

Other

2.  "type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:  8-5/
     inch casing - 900 cu.  ft.  of Pozmix #1 with 2%  CaCl9Jn 750  of  the  sacks.
 3.  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models);  A Nominal  3  inch fibercast  well  head
     with a 50 psi,  Falls  Industry  rupture disk and  a  2  inch Nominal  polyethylene
     inset pipe.	        	
 4.  Packers. Central!zers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:  264.6  gallons  of acid
     resistant Hydromite pumped  between 8-5/8" and 3-1/2"  casing to form plug
     (set at 1013 ft.).  Two  centralizers  use.	

 5.  Bottom Hole  Completion;   Fibercast screen was gravel  packed from 1135 - 1265^
     feet with 45 cu.  ft.  of  8-1/2  mesh frac sand.	
 6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:   None


 VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIFMENT

 1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:   N/A	
 2.   Filters:   N/T
                                      (c)

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3.  Pumps:    N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s) 12/64-12/71    Average    40	  Maximum   50
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s) 12/64-12/71    Average    vacuum     Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_71   2.462,684	B.  19_70   2.074.981    C.  19	  	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Biannual report  with monthly data  of	
         in.-jection pressure,  rate, and total volume.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured: Periodically
         monitored.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;   N/A
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:  Surface  pits.	

3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements:   Shall not  be  constructed  to  a  depth	
         less than 1250 ft.  below the surface of the  ground  and as  specified  by
         the Texas Water Commission No.  WDW-13.	
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:  Casing pressure  tests;  bottom hole  pressure
         tests;  somplete chemical analysis of waste water; monitor  annulus  and
         well head pressure  and rates;  report biannually.	_
    C.  RestMctions of Operation Procedures;  permit allows 157.QOQ  gal, per
         month or maximum of 1.900.000  gal,  per year.  Well  head  pressure no  to
         exceed 250 psi .	
                                     (d)

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                                             Well Id. Code:   TX~4
                    COMPILATION OP DEXJSTRIAL ANDi MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNI'Itl) STATES
 Pennit Status:
              PDR
                                        Operational Status:
                                                          o
 Operating Company Name and Address: E.I. DuPontde Nemours, victoria Plant
                                     P.O. Box 2626 - Victoria, Texas	
 I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day) 17
                                  (Month)  08
 2.  Latitude and Longitude; 2Er39'30"/9656'l~
                                                           (Year)   72
 3.  Vfell Location (Legal Description):  Desideria Oarcia League, Ab. A-38.
      4250 ft. from the northwest line and 18,650 ft.from the northeast line.
     County:   Victoria
                                     State:   Texas
 5.  SIC Classification;  2818
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type Of Waste Injected;  Salt water with ..minor amounts of corner and
      cvanide.
 2.
 3.
 4.
 5.
 6.

 7.
 8.
 9.
10.
Date Well Permitted:_
Injection Rate:  N/A"
                          2/63
        Completed:
Injection Pressure:  170
Total Depth of Well:  4800 ft.
Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:   Lower Catahouia. Miocene
Date Injection Began: (Day)  27    (Month)  12
                                          3960-4636 ft.
                                588 515.000
                                   (Month)
                                                          (Year)  63
    Total Volume Injected to Date:_
    Date Injection Ceased: (Day)
    Previous Mode Of Disposal:  ' Disposal into the Guadalune River.
                               (GailonsT
                    _(Year).
PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Ldthology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

                                                         (e)
                                                         Lithologic Description
                                                         sand, clav, pravel	
                                                         clav	
                                                         sand, gravel	
                                                         sand
                                                         clav	
                                                         sand	
                                                         sand	
                                                         sand
(a)
Name
Alluvium
Beaumont
(b)
Age
Recent
Pleistocene
(c)
Depth
0

(d)
Thickness

1600
 Lissie
 Lagarto
 Oakville
 Catahouia
 Greta
                 Pleistocene
                 Pliocene
                 Miocene
                 Miocene
                 Miocene
                 Miocene
3000
3700
4400
700
700
300
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
Confinine Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Ifydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcles
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Catahoula
3960
676
2001
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Miocene
28
300 '

sand


Ooliad-Oakville
1600
2100



Pliocene-Miocene



sand^ clav


    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
Alluvium
Beaumont
Lissie.
Area! Lithologic
Depth Thickness Extent Character
variable sand, pravel
extensive clav
extensive sand, gravel
Fluid
Character
^resh
fresh
fresh


4.  Mineral Resources in Area:   il and natural pas.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area; Three water supply wells,  two
      abandoned oil wells, and three other disposal wells on DuPont pronertv.
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity): Brine with minor_amounts^
      of copper, cvanide, amnonla, chlorides and orpanics.	

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:  N/A	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:  N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity: 1.12 - 1.14
    D.  Temperature:  N/A	
    E.  pH:   7.5 - 8.5
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxiclty: Cyanide hifthlv toxic.
l.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;  Little corrosion due to
   of lines and basins with rubber,
5.  Degradablllty Level and Rate: N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Verv little bacterial activity iJkelv due to presence of cvanjde.	


7.  Rre-injection Waste Treatment; Waste cooled bv heat exchange, aoueous NaOH
      added to neutralize, run into baffled settling basin, solids removed,	
    """then polished in a perculator packed filter.                    ---,


V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
1. Casing and Tubing
Hole
Size
Surface 15
Intermediate
Casing or Tubing Depth
Weight and Grade Size Set
J-55 10-3/4 2011
J-55 7 4800

Injection
Other
4.7# J-55 ETTF 2 4700

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon;  10-3/4
      inch casing - 1000 sks + 4% pel.:  7 inch casing  - 515  sks  Portland + 4%
       __
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);  N/A
 .  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:  N/A
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;   Perforated  3960 - 4636  Ft. with crack-jet charges.

6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:  4o'no.gal.' Halliburton 15%
      inhibited  HC1  at  least once vearlv.	


VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIFMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:  N/A	
2.  Filters:
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:    N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)_6/W	  Average   HO	  Maximum    205
     "       6/66                    175                     235
     "       6/70                    115	             225
     11       6772TT5                    225
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  6/64	  Average   170	  Maximum    270
     "       6/66 "	            105	             180
     "       6/70	            170	             345
     "       6/72	            175	             350
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A<  W_72   43,866,000      B.  19_71   100.707.000 C.  19_70    72.094.000

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Well head  and  annulus  nressure:  inlaction
         flow rates  and  volume.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  Periodically
         measured.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:  Continuous
         monitoring.
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;   N/A
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;   All  casing should  hold  within a  57.  variation
          for one hour  pressure test  at 1500  nsi.This test is  performed
          annualIv.
    B.  Monitoring Requirements;   Report  anv  significant  changes  in  operation
          immediately and report  bimonthly.

    C.  Restrictions of  Operation  Procedures;  Not  ot  exceed  1000  psi  infection
          nump pressure  at a rate not  greater  than  310 ?pm.
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                                                              TX-5
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNTIED STATES
                                        Operational Status:	g_
Permit Status:    PDR	
Operating Company Name and Address:  Northern Natural  Cas  Company	
                                     Star Route #1,  Box  27A - Spearman,  Texas
 I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.  Entry Date of Data:  (Day)  1A
                                      (Month)   08
 2.  Latitude and Longitude;  36"04'30I710104A54T^
                       (Year)
                       72
 3.  Well Location (Legal  Description):  Section 23, Block R. B&B Survey,
     AOO ft. FEL and 350 ft. FSL.
 1|.   County.    Ochiltree
                                         State:
              Texas
 5.   SIC Classification;   1321
 II.   GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type of Waste Injected:  Industrial waste from natural gas compressor and
     purifier plant.	
 2.
 3.
 1.
 5.
 6.

 7.
 8.
 9.
10.
    Date Well Permitted;  4/3/63
    Injection Rate:  3,600,000
          Completed:
    Injection Pressure:  pravitv
    Total Depth of Well:  4050  ft.
    Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:   Hoiienburg.  Permian
    Date Injection Began: (Day)
                                              3500  -  3850  ft.
   (Month) 01
             (Year)
64
    Total Volume Injected to Date:   30.588.240	
    Date Injection Ceased:  (Day)       (Month)
    Previous Mode Of Disposal;   Disposal  to  surface pit  located  on_ plant
     propertv.
                      JYear)
                                 (Colons)
 Hi.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
 Alluvium
 Ogallala
 Limarron
 Red Beds
 Wichita
 Hoiienburg
 Wolrcamp
                     (b)
                     Age
                     Recent
                      Pliocene
                      Permian
                      Permian
                      Permian
                      rermian
                      Permian
                      Permian
(c)
Depth
  2330
  2650
  3180
  3284
  3820
  4500
(d)         (e)
Thickness   Lithologlc Description
  950	  sand, gravel, clay	
  710	  sandstone
  320       evaporites
  530    ~  shale
  104	  shale, evaporites	
  536	  dolomite
  680       dolomite
            limestone, snhvdrite
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
Injection Unit Confinine Bed
U) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturlng Pressure, psi
(7; Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Fteservolr Temperature, C
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution
Hollenburg
3284
536

l.n psi/ft est.
1.03 nsi/ft est.
Permian



dolomite


Cimarron-Wichita
2330
950



Permian



shale, evaporites


    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
Al luvium
Opallala
Depth
0

Area! Lithologlc
Thickness Extent Character
sand, pravel
extensive sandstone
Fluid
Character
fresh
fresh



.   Mineral Resources in Area:
                                     field
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate IfydrolOgically Affected Area; Three shallow water supply wells and
     14 gas wells within 2-1/2 miles.
IV.  WASTE OiARACTERISTTCS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):  Hydrocarbons,  iron,
     chromate, chloride, and sulfate.
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, m&/l:   19,943
    C.  Specific Gravity:   N/A	
    D.  Temperature:   N/A	
    E.  pH;   5.7	
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxlcity: Mav be slightly toxic due to presence of acid conditions.
4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:  midiy corrosive on metallic
       fixtures.
5-  Degradability Level and Rate:  N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably not sterile at injection; bacterial activity ninirial.	


7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment: Separator and settling basin with oil sump.
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
1. Casing and Tubing
Hole
Size
Surface
Intermediate
Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade Size
32# H-40, R-2 Younpstown
15. 5^ J-55 Younsstovn
8-5/8
5-1/2
Depth
Set
986
4047

Injection
6/5-* J-55 Younestown
2-7/8
3688
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon; 8-5/8
     inch casinp - 700 sks 50-50 Pozmix with l/4ft Flocel  per sack and  2% CaCl2;
     5-1/2 inch casing - 250 sks Encor, 50% Pozmix with 12-l/2ft Oilsonite

3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Nkxiels);  N/A
 .  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:3  centralizers  on
     8-5/8 inch casinp and 9  on the 5-1/2  inch  casing;  Raker model  "D"  packer
     on wire line at  35lo ft.
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:  Perforated  with 2  lets  per . ft  at  7  intervals between
     3623 and 4016 ft.	         	
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:  Tractured at  2100 nsi  and
     1400 psi;  acidized  with  300  gal  15% RIA acid  at,1150 psi.	

VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;  Storage  and  surge .tank  with  1000 barrel	
      capacity.	

2.  Filters: None
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:  Lavne centrjifuffaj. 14 stage with R inch bowels.


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   6/64	  Average   13.8	  Maximum    190
     11        6/66	            6'. 6	             190
     "        6/69	__iil	          	80
     ii
              6/72                   18.5                   8n
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(3)   6/64-6/72    Average  18" Hft  vacuum Maximum 24" H%  vacuum
     It               _    	         	
     II
     It
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_7J  2,443,590	B.  19_71   5,669,560     C.  19.70   1 .618.022

VIII.  SAFBIY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Continuous  pressure  readings  at  well	
         head of  annulus.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  Periodically
         monitored.

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  Continuous
         monitoring.
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:   Surface pits.

3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  Test  pressure ^.t  IQOO nsj  for  casing	
          leakage.	

    B.  Moaiitoring Requirements:  Casing and bottom hole pressure test ;  complete
          chemical  analysis  of waste;  monitor  rates and volume  of flow;  report
          biannuallv.	
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;  Not  to  exceed well head pressure
          of 1000 psi.
                                      (d)

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                                             Well Id.  Code:   TX-6
                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    "INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNITED STATES

 Permit Status;    PDC	Operational Status:    NQUP
 Operating Company Name and Address: Pan American Petroleum Corporation
                                     P.O. Pox 660 "- Tvler. Texas
 I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)  01     (Month)   OR	(Year)
 2.  Latitude and Longitude:  3257'i8"/95e52'33"
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description); 5175 ft. PEL and 1425 TNL of the Oscar
     Enp.ledow Survey, Ab. - 181.	
 4.  County:    Wood	State:   Texas	
 5.  SIC Classification; 2911	

 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type of Waste Injected;  Cooling tower blowdown water, gas field produced
     salt water, and other minor wastes from a gasoline plant.

 2.  Date Well Permitted;   4/3/63             Completed:
 3.  Injection Rate:  N/A	
 4.  Injection Pressure: 400 PSJ	
 5.  Total Depth of Well;  5231 Ft.     	
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:  Woodbine, Cretaceous
                                              4775 - 5160 ft.
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)	(Month)  05        (Year)
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:  N/A	           (GallonsT
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)  ~   (Month)   03       (Year)    72	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:  N/A	
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Lithologlc Description
 N7A~                                   	    	   	  	 	
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Unit
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, ^C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Woodbine
4775
385



Cretaceous

400

sand



350
4350



Terti arv-Cretaceous



sand . clav


    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids: N/A
3.  Gteohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
  Wilcox
Depth
  o
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
          Lithologic
          Character
   350
extensive sand
Fluid
Character
potable
 .  Mineral Resources in Area:  Oil and sas occur in the area.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate fydrologically Affected Area;  AH wells are stated to be
      sufficientlv nlucped.
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  Cooling tower hlowdo^m and
      boiler  blowdown water -  fresh water with dissolved minerals at 5 times	
      their original concentration plus chronates and phosphates,.	
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   N/A	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:   8000	
    C.  Specific Gravity:   N/A	
    D.  Temperature:   N/A	
    E.  pH;   N/A	
                                     (b)

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3.   Toxic It y:   Slowdown water plus chromates may be toxic; chromate limited. _tp
     0.05 mg/1 in drinking water.


M.   Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:  N/A
5.  Degradability Level ana Rate:   N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably not sterile at injection: bacterial activity
7.  P^e-lnlection Waste Treatment;  None
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
1. Casing and Tubing
Hole
Size
Surface 15
Intermediate
Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade Size
10-3/4
7
Depth
Set
460
5231

Injection
Other
Plastic tubinp; 4-1/2

4716

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
     10-3/4 inch casinp - cemented to top; 7 inch casing - 970 sks.
 3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);  N/A
    Packers, Centralizers, an  Other Subsurface Equpment:  Packer set at 4700
     feet.
 5.  Bottom Hole Completion;  Perforations at 4940 to 5090 feet,	

 6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:  300 gal. Fe acid at 500?
     pressure (6/30/69), 500 gal.  20% Fe acid (6/18/69). 3000 gal. 25% Fe acid
     (8/9/68)
 VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIFMENT

 1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:  N/A
 2.   Filters:   NTT
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:  Fairbanks, rated maximum of 350 gpm.	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)    7/66	  Average   no	 Maximum   iso
     11         '7/JT7                  155	            200
     "         7/68	            100	            165
     11         7/69                  155                   200
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(3)    7/66	  Average   200	  Maximum   250
     "         T/67                  375	            375
     11         7/68                  300	            400
     11         7/69                  400                   400
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  1969.  10,237,685       B.  19	  	C.  19	 	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Well head and annulus pressure; injection
         flow rate and volume.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  periodically"
         measured and reported if a 5% variance occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:   Continuous"
         monitoring
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;  N/A	
 3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;   All casing must be tested for leakage at
         1000 psi; injection tubing must be unaffected bv wastes,.	

    B.  Monitoring Requirements:  Casing and bottom hole pressure tests; complete
         chemical analysis of wastes; monitor well head and annulus pressure	
         rates and total volume; report biannually.	
    C.  Restrictions Of Operation Procedures;  Maximum operating surface
         pressure of 1250 psi and a volume not greater than 10,000 barrels per
         dav.
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id.  Code:   TX-7
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNlTfcl) STATES
Permit Status:
                  PDR
                                         Operational Status:
Operating Company Name and Address: Western Ammonia Corporation
                                   P.O.  Box  1008  - Piramitt. Texas
I.  QENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)  16
                                      (Month)
                                                 08
2.  Latitude and Longitude;  343lf45'7l02el7'i8"
 (Year)  72
3.  Well Location (Legal Description); Castro County. Block M-IO-A. Section
     22.
    County;   Castro
                                         State:    Texas
5.  SIC Classification;  2819
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SHE

1.  Type of Waste Injected; Cooling tower and boilter blowdown water.
2.  Date Well Permitted: W64
3.  Injection Rate;  149,683.300 gpy
                                              Completed:
    Injection Pressure;  390 psi
5.  Total Depth of Well;  4600 ft.
6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:  Santa Rosa. Triassic
                                             951 - 980 ft.	
                                       (MonthT
                                                 05
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day) 03            __
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date;  274.296.530
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Month)	
10.  Previous Mode Of Disposal;  Disposal into an unlined pit.
(Year)  65
                                                                     (GalTonsT
                                                         _(Year)
XII.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
Ogallala
Dockum Group
Chinle
Santa Rosa
                     (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
                     Age            Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
                     Pliocene       _0	    393       clav.  sand, gravel
                                _   393       307       shale	
                                _   700	250       sandstone	
                     Triassic        950       30	  sandstone	
                      Triassic
                      Triassic
                                    (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
Injection Unit Confining Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(4) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hirdrofracturlng Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, mlllidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Santa Rosa
950
30

1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 nsi/ft est.
Triassic
10 - 30
300

sandstone
widespread


540
400



Triassic



shale, sandstone
widespread

    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  TDS = 25.400 pnm
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
 Ogallala
 Chinle
            Depth
              0
           Ihickness
             393
Area!
Extent
Lithologlc
Character
Fluid
Character
extensive sand. gravel   fresh
extensive sandstone
                                                         usable
    Mineral Resources in Area:   Extensive oil production in the area.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area;  TWO oil tests; 2-1/2 miles southeast
     with wooden plugs set at 3100, 2430, and 150 ft. :  4 miles southwest,	
     temporarily abandoned hole with all casing left in.	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):  Cooling tower biowdown and
     water treating, plant wastes containing chloride, chromate. sulfide and	
     nitrate.	
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;  1440	
        Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:
        Specific Gravity:
        Temperature:
        pH:
B.
C.
D.
E.
                         2300
              N/A
         N/A
3.0
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:   Chromate may be toxic to humans.
4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Conponents:  Possibly corrosive to steej
     components .
5.  Degradability Level and Rate:  Possible chronate reduction bv heat'.


6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection :
     Prohablv not sterile at injection; bacterial activity minimal. _

7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment;  Concrete hiock APT separator.             ~~~
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
1. Casing and Tubing
Hole
Size
Surface IB
Intermediate 12-1/2
Casing or Tubing Depth
Weight and Grade Size Set
3o_33# 14 417
36? J-55 9-5/8 1042

Infection
2.1A' Fiberglass tubinp 3 930
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon; 14 inch
     casing - 310 sks Pozmix plus 27. CaCl2 and 4? p,el.  + 100 sks Pozmix plus
     ^2% CaCl2; 9-5/8 inch casing -_300 sks Pozmix + 200 sks Neat cement w/_l/4/~
     Plocele per sack.
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models):  N/A
 .  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment: Baker tension nacker;
     55 gallons of Dov;ell "Carban" corrosion inhibitor in annul us,         	
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:  Perforated  vTth A  holes  rer foot.   951 . - ._98Q ft

6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:  i.ono gallons of arid


VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:  Tiro  earthen  nits.
2.  Filters:    N/A
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:   N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s) 12/65	  Average	  Maximum   50
     "      12/67'                  35                     90
     "      12/69	           139	            139
     11      12/71                   128	             128
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s) 12/65	  Average  350	  Maximum   375
     "      12/67                   150	            175
     "      12/69	           180	            390
     "      12/71	           390	            390
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  1921   4lr275.000	B.  19lQ_   66,060.000   C.  19	  	

VIII.  SAFEOT INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Automatic shut-off valve set at 400 psi.
    B.  Sampling Frequency andwater Quality Parameters Measured:  Periodically
         measured and reported if a 5% variance occurs.

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  Continuous"
         monitoring.	
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;  N/A
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  All casing must be tested for leakage at	
         1000 psi; injection tubing must be unaffected bv wastes.	

    B.  Monitoring Requirements;  Casing and bottom hole pressure  tests; complete
         chemical analysis of wastes; monitor well head and annulus pressure	
         rates and total volume; report biannually.
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;  Well head pressure not to exceed
         400 psi.
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:    TX-8
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                   "INJECTION WELLS IN TOE UNTIED STATES

 Permit Status;    PDR	Operational Status:     o
 Operating Company Name and Address:  Celanese  Chemical  Company	
                                     P.O.  Box  509  -  Rav Citv,  Texas
 I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.  Entry Date of Data:  (Day)  14      (Month)   oa	(Year)	22.
 2.  Latitude and  Longitude:  2852'Ql'796eOl'02"
 3.  Vfell  Location  (Legal Description);  James  Moore  League.  Abs.  No.  62

 *  County:     Matagorda                 State:   Texas
 5.  SIC Classification;   2818	
 II.   GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.   Type Of Waste Injected:   Natural  gas  production,  cooling  tower  and  boiler
     waste.	

 2.   Date Well Permitted;   6/26/64              Conpleted:
 3.   Injection Rate:    163,000.000
  .   Injection Pressure;  415 psi
 5.   Total Depth of Well:  3728.96  ft.
 6.   Name,  Age,  and Depth of Injection Zone:  Miocene  sands.  3400  -  36QQ  ft~
 7.   Date Injection Began:  (Day)	(Month)    08        (Year)  64	
 8.   Total Volume Injected  to Date:    N/A      	           (GallonsT
 9.   Date Injection Ceased: (Day)        (Month)             (Year)
10.  Previous Mode Of Disposal:   Holding  ponds  and a large rice  field	


 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description  of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)             (c)      (d)          (e)
 Name                 Age             Depth   Thickness    Lithologlc Description
    ~                                     	   		
                                     (a)

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    B.  Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Unit
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(*0 Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Llthostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Ifydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7; Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Miocene
3400
300
0.45 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 Dsi/ft est.
Miocene
27.2 - 35.7
193 - 1389
63 at 3491 ft.
sand



1300
2000



Pliocene-Miocene



shale, clav, sand


    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
  Beaumont
Depth
  0
           Area!
Ihickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
  Lissie
          1300
           extensive clav, sand
           extensive sand
Fluid
Character
fresh
               fresh to saline
 .  Mineral Resources in Area: oil and gas production.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area;  29 shallow wells  (135-150 ft.) within
      3  miles;  26  drv  and abandoned holes;  33 oil tests have been made; 4
      abandoned  producers:
      8000  to  11,000  ft.
           3  currentlv producing wells- depthsranpefrom
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):  Cooiinp tower and boiler
     water with  orpanics, nitrate, vanadium  , copper and  ash.
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/l:~
    C.  Specific Gravity:   N/A
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH;   3.Q
                         50
                        N/A
       N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:  High vanadium content and presence of chlorinated hydrocarbons
     tnav produce some toxicity to humans.	_________

4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;  Corrosiv^^o^etalTic~com[on~_
     ents.	
5.  Degradability Level and Rate:  Organic fraction is 6xidizabl'e7'  ""'""~~~'_.'''^"~


6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably not sterile at injection; bacterial activity, minimal.	   _

7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment;Process run-off sump, settler-skimmer,
     caustic add neutralization, coarse filtration, polishing filters.	


V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
1. Casing and Tubing
Hole
Size
Surface
Intermediate

Injection
Other
Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade

32. 75# H-AO ST&C
20# 8 thd J-55 ST&C
Fiberglass w/epoxv
Hastellav "C"
Size
15
10-3/4
7
4-1/2
4-1/2
Depth
Set
1534
1481
3729
3385
3625
2.  Type and Anoint of Cement, Cement Additives, Bnplacement Horizon:
      10-3/4 inch casing - 594 sks common cement plus 8% gel.	
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models):  N/A
A.  Packers, Centralizers , and Other Subsurface Equipment;  Diesal oil in annulus;
      10-3/4'' ST&C Larkin Guide shoe at 1526 ft.;  float valve at 1495 ft.; _
      centrallzers on 10-3/4" casing at 1495, 1434. 1471. 1378. 1315. and
    ~Tl55 ft.
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:  Perforations shot wj.th a swinp jet at 3352-3302 f t .
      Ping on bottom, gravel pack,  jetted with high pressyre nltropgn and
6.  Hydraulic mtcturing, Acidizing Programs, etcT:  N/A      ----.-,-
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;  Sump  tank,  skimmer-sett ling tank.


2.  Filters;  Polishing  filters  and  coarse-grained  filter.
                                     (0

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3-  Pumas:   2-stage centrifugal pump rated at 400 gpm at 1150 foot  head.
     200 HP electric motor powered.	

VII.._OPEHATiOM CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
Date(s) 6/68
" 6/69
" 6/70
" 6/71
2. Injection Pressure,
Date(s) 6/68
6/69
" 6/70
6/71
Average 338
318
311
332
psl (During Life of Well
Average 330
282
434
415
Maximum 360
370
360
364
to Present)
Maxinum 357
380
500
455
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19.71   138.000,000     B.  19_70    163.373.000  C.  19^2   ifii,Rin,nno

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data: Well  head  and  annulus  pressure:  injection
          rate  and  volume.	

    B.  Saiqpling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  Periodically'
          measured  and reported  if  a 5% variance occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  Continuous""
          monitoring.
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation; N/A
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  All casing must be  tested for leakage at
          1000 psi;  injection  tubing must be unaffected  bv waste.	

    B.  Monitoring  Requirements;   Casing  and bottom hole pressure tests;
          complete chemical  analysis of wastes; monitor  well head and  annulus
          pressure rates and total volume;  report biannuallv.	
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures; N/A
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:    TX-9
                    CCMPIIATION OF  INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION WELLS IN TOE UNTIED STATES"
 Permit Status:
PDF
                                        Operational Status:
NOP
 Operating Company Name and Address:  BP on corporation	
                                     P.O. Box 849 - Port Arthur, Texas
 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data:  (Day) 14
                     (Month)	08
 2.   Latitude and Longitude;  29057'27"/9353'20"
                                                           (Year)	72
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description);  Hiram Brown Sruvev, Abstract No.  6
     County:    Jefferson
                       State:    Texas
     SIC Classification:_29ii
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.   Type Of Waste Injected; Hydrochloric acid from gas production.
2.  Date Well Permitted:_
3.  Injection Rate:  N/A~
                           6/22/64
                             Completed:
     Injection Pressure;   N/A
 5.  Total Depth of Well: 3417 ft.      	
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone;  MjOCene sand. 2760-2834 TtT
 7.  Date Injection Began:  (Day) 03  	
 8.  Total Volume Injected  to Date:_N/A
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day) 11
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;  N/A
                               12
                      (Month)   05
                                                          (Year)
     64
                                                    (Gallons)
                                                         JYear),
     66
 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
 Beaumont
 Lissle
 Miocene sand
    (b)
    Age
    Pleistocene
    Pleistocene
    Miocene
                                    (c)      (d)          (e)
                                    Depth    Thickness   Lithologlc Description
                                    _0	  	  sand, clav, silt	
                                    	    1500	  sand , gravel	
                                     1500      7400sand, silt, clav
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                             Confining Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Ifydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Miocene
2800
100
0.45 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 nsi/ft est..
Miocene



sand



1500
1300



Miocene



sand, silt, clav


    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
 Beaumont
Depth
 0
 Lissie
                     Thickness
           1500
Area!
Extent
Llthologic
Character
                                extensive clay,  sand
                                extensive sand,  clay
Fluid
Character
fresh
                         potable
A.  Mineral Resources in Area:  Numerous producing gas wells in the area.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Ifydrologically Affected Area;  Numerous pas wells.	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTTCS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  16.97 hydrochloric acid
     (by weight)  chloride, magnesium, calcium sulfate. iron and organics are
     other constituents.
2.
Physical/Chemical Description
A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:   16	
    Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;   130,000
    Specific Gravity:
    Temperature:
    pH:   1.0
    B.
    C.
    D.
    E.
           1.092
       M/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxic 11y :   Highly toxic due to presence of very hi?.h concentration hydro-
     chloric acid and resulting chlorine gas vapors.	'__._

i|.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components; Verv corrosive to metals.

5.  Degradabllity Level and Rate: N/A                                        ~
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After  Injection:
     None.  Bacteria cannot survive at such low pH.	

7.  Pre-injection Waste treatment;  None
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
1. Casing and Tubing
Hole
Size
Surface
Intermediate
Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
54.54
20/< T-55 and 23/> N-80
Size
13-3/8
7
Depth
Set
M
2036

Injection
Other
Fiberglass v/epoxv

2-1/2

3360

 2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon: 13-3/3
      inch casing - 15 sks cement, 350 sks Lite Vate cement and 100 sks common:
     2 gallons common cement on "bottom plug 2^02-2911 ft.

 3-  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models);  Cameron Tron Works Euhinp hearf
     vth WK>T Teflon lined ball valve	

 M.  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;  Hast;alloy, "c"
     packer at 1455 ft. on 2-1/2 inch casing.	


 5-  Bottom Hole Completion;  Perforations: 2834 - 2758 ft.: plug at 2911 ft.;
     abrasive jetted 2758-2762 and 2826-2834 feet.	
 6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing  Pragrarre / etc.;  None
 VI.   DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

 1.   Holding Tanks  and Plow Lines;  Surge tank
 2.  Filters:  None
                                      (c)

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3.  Pumps:  Two	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date (s)  NM	  Average	  Maximum	
     it
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  N/A	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_    KM	B.  19_  	C.  19_

VIII.  SAFBIY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:  Annulus pressure
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:  Periodically
         measured  and reported if  a 57  variance occurs.

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  Continuous""
         monitoring.	
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;
3.  Regulatory Tepects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  All  casing  must  be  tested  for  leakage  at	
         1000 psi:  Injection tubing  must be unaffected  by wastes.	

    B.  Monitoring Requirements;  Casing and bottom  hole pressure  tests; complete
         chemical  analysis  of wastes;  monitor veil head and  annulus pressure	
         rates and  total  volume;report blannuallv.	
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;  Mot to exceed inno  psi.

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                                                             rx-in
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                   "INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNITED STATES

Permit Status:    PDC	Operational Status:   NOUP
Operating Company Name and Address:  Pan American ^etroleum Company
                                     Fdgewood, Texas	
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day) 1A
                                      (Month)  OP
2.  Latitude and Longitude: 324l'27"/95050t18"
3.  Well Location (Legal Description): N/A
                                                           (Year) _ 72_
    County
               Van Zandt
                                         State :   Texas
5.  SIC Classification;  1321
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE
1.  Type of Waste Injected:
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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Unit
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure , psi
(6) tferdrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(lO) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution
Woodbine
4500
200
0.45 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Cretaceous
20
800

sand
widespread

Midvav-Fagle Ford
?50
4000



Cretaceous



clav, sand
widespread

    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  ?aline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
 Wilcox
Depth
 50	
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
          Lithologic
          Character
  200
extensive  _s_and_
Fluid
Character
fresh	
4.  Mineral Resources in Area;  Oil and gas field on and surrounding disposal
      site.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Ffydrologlcally Affected Area:  N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity): Coolinp; tower
     and waste water.
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:   N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:   N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity:_
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH;   N/A
            N/A
      N/A
                                      (b)

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3.  Ibxiclty;    N/A	


i*.  Reactivity with Surface EquipmentComponents:
5.  Degradabillty Level and Rate:  N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Inject Ion:
      Probably not  sterile at injaction; bacterial activity minimal.	

7.  Pre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment:  oil skimming and solids settling.
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface               WA	  	  	  	
Intermediate
Injection
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:  N/A
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models):   N/A
 .  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:  Packer
     Chen-Lok at 4581 ft.
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:    Perfo rat i on s
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs , etc . ;   2000  gal,  15 y  acid
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIFMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;  two  un'  x  150'  x  50' holding
      6' x 42' x 3'  skimming pits;  and  one 30'  x_30'  x  5' burn pit.

2.  Filters :
                                     (c)

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3  njtiyS :  TVQ pums rated 215 Rn>
VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   11/64 _  Average  125 _  Maximum   205
     "        7/65	           145	            210
     "        7/66                  140	            200
     "        6/69168                    189
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   11/64	  Average  50	  Maximum   130
     "        7A65'	          '285'                    335
     "        7/66250                    285
              6/69                  310                    320
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19	     N/A	B.  19	  	C.  19	  	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Well head and annulus pressure: injection
           flow rate and volume.	

    B.  Sanpling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  Periodically"
           measured and reported if a 57 variance occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  Continuous"
           monitoring.
2.  Contingency Plan for WeH Failure During Operation:  N/A
 3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  All casing must be tested for leakage at	
         1000 psl- injection tubing must be unaffected by wastes.

    B.  ffonitoring Requirements;  Casing and bottom hole pressure tests: complete
         chemical analysis of wastes; monitor well head and annulus pressure.
         rates and total volume: report biannually.	
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;  N/A
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:   rx-12
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNITED STATES

 Permit Status;    PDP	Operational Status:   MOP
 Operating Company Nome and Address:   E.I. DuPont de Nemours and Company
                                      P.O. Box 1089 - Orange, Texas	
 I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.  Entry Date of Data:  (Day)   17      (Month)  08	(Year)	7J_
 2.  Latitude and Longitude;  3003'26'79344'3l"
 3.   Well  Location (Legal  Description);  W.H.  Stark  Survey, Abstract No.  505

 M.   County;     Orange                     State:   Texas
 5.   SIC Classification;   2R18	
 II.   GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.   Type Of Waste Injected;   Waste  from hydrocarbon  oxidation process  and
     process vessel wastes.	

 2.   Date Well Permitted;   8/24/64              Completed:
 3.   Injection Rate;   270
     Injection Pressure;   158  psi
 5.   Total Depth of Well;   5200  ft.
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:  MjOCene,  ?24Q  -  29QQ  ft.

 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)  01     (Month)    04        (Year)   65
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:    350, OOP.OOP	           (GalloniT
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)  25    (Month)   08        (Year)   7T
10.  Previous Mode Of Disposal:  Discharged  into  surface  bio-oxidation  lagoons,
       and then ,into the Pabine  P>iver,	

 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description  of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness    Llthologic Description
 Beaumont  	   Pleistocene     0        900	   clay,  silt,  sand
 Lissie	         Pleistocene     900       50          sand,  silt
 Willis                Pliocene                            sand
 Oakville              Miocene                             sandstone
 Catahoula             Miocene                             sand,  sandstone

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
Injection Unit Conflninflr Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hbrdrofracturing Pressure^ psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, dC
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution

2900
660



Miocene



sand, sandstone















    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Nairn
  Beaumont
  Lissie
Depth
_0	
  900
Tnickness
   900
   5(5
Areal
Extent
Lithologic
Character
extensive clay
Fluid
Character
fresh
 extensive  sand, gravel   saline
 .  Mineral Resources in Area;  oil and gas.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Inmediate Ifydrologically Affected Area; Three oil and gas tests located
      on  plant  site,  two other  injection wells, 29 oil and gas tests within
      2 miles,  and  9  within one mile.
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity); Vaste from hydrocarbon
      oxidation  process  and  process vessel wastes containing monstlv nitric,
      acetic  formic  and  other organic acids.
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:   N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:
    C.  Specific Gravity: N/A
    D.  Temperature:  54 c
    E.  pH;   l.o  -  2.0
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxiclty : Toxic due to presence of acid
4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Conponents:  corrosive to iron and
     aluminum.
                          __
5.  Degradabillty Level and Rate;  None
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     The low pH provavly insures the initial sterility of the waste solution.

7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment;  18000 gallon stainless steel holding tank;
     polishing filters to remove suspended solids greater than 1 micron. _
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing
Surface
Intermediate

  fection
Hole
Size
15-1/2
8-3/4
Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
H-40
SST casinp
Size
9-5/8
5-9/16
Depth
Set
1600
5250


SST tubing
3-1/2
2730

Other
2.  Type and Anoint of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
3.  Well Head Equipment (Tfeme and Models);  N/A
4.  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment; check valve at  2730 ft
     collar intermittent down 5-9/16 inch casing; centralizers on. bottom of	
     9-5/8 inch casing.

5.  Bottom Hole Completion:  Perforated 2550-2580'ft. 2648-2690 ft,2833-2878  ft.
     2904-2920 ft.:  plug at 2944 ft.	
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  None
VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:  18,000 gallon holding tank.
2.  Filters:  Pre-coat filter: two polishing filters.
                                     (c)

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3.  Punps:  2 stage centrifugal pump rated ur> to 450 psi.	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  8/65	  Average  285	  Maximum   320
     "       4/67	           179	            263
     "       3/69	           170	            ?15
     "       3/71	           15R	            237
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  8/65	  Average  330	  Maximum   435
     "       4/67                   183	            210
     "       4/69	           86	            250
     "       3/71	           158	            217
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  197^   15.450.000	B.  1970.    60.709.000  C.  19	  	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Well head and annulus pressure: iiH action
        flow and volume.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  peripcjUggiTT
        measured and reported if 57 variance occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:  Continuous""
        monitoring.	
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;  N/A	
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  All casing must be tested for leakage at
         1000 psi: injection tubing must he unaffected by wastes.	

    B.  Monitoring Requirements:  Casing and bottom hole pressure tests: complete
         chemical analysis of wastes;  monitor well head and annulus pressure.
         rates and total volume: report biannuallv.	
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;   >T/A
                                     (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:   TX-13
                   COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN TOE UNlTfcl) STATES
Permit Status:
PDR
    Operational Status:
Operating Company Name and Address : Monsanto company
                                         Box 711 - Alvln. Texas
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)  14     (Month)  OR
2.  Latitude and Longitude:  22014'44"/95012'21"
                                          (Year)   72
3.  Vfell Location (Legal Description): Perrv and Austin League 2 , Abs. - 107
    County:  Brazoria
                        State:    Texas
5.  SIC Classification:  2814
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SHE

1.  Type Of Waste Injected:  Petrochemical wastes containing significant
concentrations of organic nitropen, nitriles, and other solubles.
2.
3.
1.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Date Well Permitted: 0/16/64 Completed:
Injection Rate: 352.500.000 er>v
Injection Pressure: 400 - 900 j>si
Total Depth of Well: 6936 ft.
Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone: Miocene sands

Date Injection Began: (Day) 26 (Month) 03
Total Volume Injected to Date: N'/A
Date Injection Ceased: (Day) (Month)
Previous Mode of Disposal: N/A






. 6926 ft.

(Year) 72

(Year)










(Gallons)



HI.  GEOLOGIC DTORMATION

1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
Beaumont
Lissie
Rolled
Lagarto
Oakville
Catahoula
    (b)
    Age
     Pleistocene
     Pleistocene
     Pliocene
     Pliocene
     Miocene	
     Miocene
(c)      (d)         (e)
Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
  0	  	  clav.  sand	
	    1000	  sand,  gravel, clay	
 . _ .      	  sand,  gravel, clay	
	  	  clay	
                                                         sand
                     sand ,  sandstone
                                    (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(H) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
CIO) Reservoir Temperature, bC
(11 ) Character and Area!
Distribution
Catahoula
692*
670
0.45 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Miocene

150 - 2400
50
sand


OoIiad-OaTcville
1000
5000



Miocene



clay, sand


    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
  Beaumont
                Depth
                  0
  Lissie
Ihickness
                           1000
Area!
Extent
Lithologic
Character
           extensive clav. sand
           extensive sand, gravel
Fluid
Character
fresh	
                          fresh
 .  Mineral Resources in Area:  oil in the area.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and .Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area;  350  feet south of disposal well
      is  plant  fresh water  supply  - depth 1213 ft.	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity): Nitriiesr phenol
     nitrogen, soluble ether, sulfates and Uranium prior to 10/7/66.

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:   25,000
    C.  Specific Gravity :  l .01
    D .  Temperature :
    E.  pH;
                       N/A
              6.9  -  7.5
                                     (b)

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3   Toxic1ty:     Phenol  may  he  toxic  to  humans:  uranium very  toxic  to humans.


1*.   Inactivity with Surface Equipment tatponents:   None

5.   Degradabillty Ijevel and Rate;  None
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not  sterile  at  injection;  bacterial  activity minimal.	

7.  ft*e-iryjection Waste Treatment:   Pretreated  in  earthen, diked storage  ponds
      and  the pH  is adjusted.	
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
1.  Casing and Tubing
Surface
Intermediate
Hole
Size

18-1/2
15
Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade

H-40
S-80, N-80, J-55
Size
30
16
10-3/4
Depth
Set
60
1547
74P7


2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:  16  inch
      casing  -1346  sks 50-50 Pozmix with 4%  gel plus  200  sks common  cement;	
     '10-3/4  Inch" casing  -  1400 sks trinity Lite-Wate;  1060  sks of TLW  and 200
      sks common +40% CaCl2 spotted1 between  ln'''T and 10-3/4" casing  (0-250 ft.) ~
3-  Well Head Equipment  (Name and Models); Casing head  10-3/4'r Rrd female Cameron
      type WF with 2-series 1500 F.E. outlets and 10"  series 1500 flange:  2-2"'
      series  1500 T*.E. Cameron'T" gate valves 500 FWP
4.  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:  Halliburton'DV"
      tool set  in 10-3/4': casing at 1995 ft.; Betz inhibitor at 708 and 808 ft.


5-  Bottom Hole Completion: 10-3/4 inch casing perforated with 2400. 1/2" bullets
      between 6256 and 6936 feet.	
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs. etc.;   Acidized with snoo
      of mud  acid and 4000  gallons of 157 HC1 and brine.

VI.   DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding  Tanks and Flow Lines;  Three ponds	
 2.   Filters;   Fine gravity sand filter.
                                      (O

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3.  Pumps:   Cent rifugal.	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)    1/66	  Average    395	  Maximum  480
     "         1/68                   785                  1040
     "         1/70                   736	           888
     "         1772                   919                  94~5~~
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)    1/66	  Average   463	  Maximum  500
     "         l/6	             930	           1000
     11         1/70                    460                  540
               1/72                	590                   670
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_72    233,975,000      B.  19_71   4?a.596.QQQ  C.  1972  458.316,000

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Well head pressure;  injection  flow  rate
          and  volume.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured; Periodically
          measured and reported  if  57* variance  occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads; continuous
          monitoring.
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;  Divert  flow to
      hoIdinn  ponds.	.
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  N/A	
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:  Casing  and  bottom hole  pressure  tests;  complete
          chemical analysis  of wastes: monitor well head and  annulus  pressure	
          rates  aqd total volume:  report biqnnuallv.	
    C.  Restrictions-.of Operation Procedures: Not to  exceed  38.850.OOP  gallons
          monthly	
                                      (d)

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                                                              TX-1A
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNTIED STATES
 Permit Status:
                  PDR
                                        Operational Status:p_
Operating Company Name and Address:  ceianese chemical


I.  GENERAL IDENTIPICATION DATA
                                     P.O.  Box 5QQ - Bav Citv.  Texas
1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)  17
                                      (Month)
2.  Latitude and Longitude:  28052'oi"/960i'02"
                                                            (Year)  72
3.  Well Location (Legal Description);  James Moore League.  Abs.  No.  62
    County :___Madagorda
                                         State:   Texas
5.  SIC Classification;   2sis
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type of Waste Injected:   Waste  from  production  of  petroleum  chemicals:
     acetaldehyde, adipic acid,  hutanol and  others.	
2.  Date Well Permitted:  6/28/65
                                              Completed:
3.  Injection Rate;  12B,402,673  gpy
    Injection Pressure;  200  -  450  psi
5.  Total Depth of Well;  3780  ft...
6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:  Tertiary  sands.  3300 ft.
                                       (Month) 02
                                                          (Year)  65
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)	       ___
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:  808.Q36.opo
 9,  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Month)  	      	
10,  Previous Mode Of Disposal; Aeration pond treatment to Colorado River
                                                                     (GalionsT
                                                         _(Year)
PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
Beaumont
LissTe
Miocene sand
                     (b)
                     Age.
                     Pleistocene
                     Pleistocene
                     Pliocene
                     Miocene
                                     (c)
                                     Depth
                                     _o	

                                      1300
(d)
Thickness

  1300
  2400
                                      3700
(e)
Llthologlc Description
clay, sand	
sand, gravel, clay
sand, clay	
sand, clav	
                                    (a)

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    B.  Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                         Confininflr Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
C*i) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
C5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7; Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution

3. ion

0.45 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est .
1.0 psi/ft. est.
Tertiary
27.2 - 35.7
193 - 138Q
63 at 3491 ft.
sand



linn
2000



Tertiarv



shale, clav


    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids: Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
 Beaumont
            Depth
             0
 Lissie
           Areal
Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
           extensive clay
Fluid
Character
fresh
                       1300
                                    extensive sand, gravel   fresh tobrackish
    Mineral Resources in Area:  Oil and gas deposits in the area.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area;  34 oil test wells within 3 mile
     radius -26 are dry and ababdoned, 4 are abandoned producers and 4	
     currently are producing; depth of these holes ranges from 8^.000 to 11,000
     feet.
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  Wastes from production
2.
 of acetaldehyde, adipic_ acid_, butanol, and other petrochemicals from
 hydrocarbon feed stacks.
Physical/Chemical Description
A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   50
B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:   N/A
C.  Specific Gravity;   N/A	
D.  Temperature;   120  F
E.  pH;   5.0 - 9.0
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:  N/A	
4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:   Mlnor corrosion due to pH
     fluctuations.
5.  Degradability Level and Rate;  Npt\e
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably not sterile at inject j-on:  bacterial activity mip-fmal.	

7.  Pre-injection WasteTreatment: 500,000 gallon surge tank equipped  with a
     skimmer, _tht ee_ carbon filters and  three polishing filters.	


V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
1. Casing and Tubing
Hole Casing or Tubing
Size Weight and Grade
Surface H-AO
Intermediate 12-1/4 4n# J-55
Size
13-3/8
9-5/8
Depth
Set
1357
3750

Injection 15.5* J-55
Other
5-1/2



2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:  13-3/8
      inch  casing  - 200  sks  common  with  27 CaCl-  and  460  sks Longhorn common with
      lb7, gel  and'5% CaCl  ;  9-5/8 inch casing  - 501 sks Lone Statlncor and 501  sks
      50-50 rozmix "A" cefflent  with  2t gel.
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);T 7" nct type ni5A
4.  Packers, Central!zers, and Other Subsurface Equipment: Float  collar  at  3717
      ft.; T1W  Seal  and  packer at  3208  ft.;  20  spaced  centralizers  and  37	
      scratchers on  9-5/8" casing; plugging  on  bottom  -  10^ SW plug.            ~

5.  Bottom Hole Completion; Jet perforated  3520  - 3550"(240  shots  per  8  ft .T  "

6.  Hydraulic Practuring, Acidizing Kpograms,  etc.: M/A
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:  500,000 gallon surge tank


2.  FiltersT  Three carbon filters; three polishing filters.
                                     (c)

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3.  Punps:  N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTSRISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  5/65	  Average   172	  Maximum   205
     "       6/68                    378	            470
     11       6/69                    377	            476
     "       6/71136                   202
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  5/65	  Average   2on	  Maximum   256
     "       6/68                    344	            449
     "       6/6Q	            315	            376
     "       6/71                    284                   348
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  197_1   3Q. 398, 840 _ B.  19_70  136.255.000  C.  19_69  181.450.000
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data: Veil head and annulus pressure; inlection
         flow rate and volume. _

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  Periodically"
         measured and reported if a 5% variance occurs.

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:  Continuous"
         monitoring. _
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;  N/A _
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements; All casing must be tested for leakage at	
         1000 psi: injection tubing must be unaffected by wastes.	

    B.  Monitoring Requirements;   Casing and bottom hole pressure tests; complete
         chemical analysis of wastes; monitor well head and annulus pressure,
         rates and total volume; report biannually.	
    C.  Restrictions Of Operation Procedures;  Permitted at 200 gpm at maximum
         1000 psi.	
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:    TX-15
                   COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNTIED STATES

 Permit Status;   PNC	Operational Status:   PC
 Operating Company Name and Address: BP oil Corp.
                                    P.O. Box 849. Port Arthur. Texas

 I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.  Entry Date of Data:  (Day)  18      (Month)   8	(Year)	22.
 2.  Latitude and Longitude:   N/A
 3.  Well Location  (Legal Description): Hiram Brown Survey. Abstract 6

 i|.  County:   Jefferson                  State:    Texas
 5.  SIC Classification:   N/A            	
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.   Type of  Waste Injected:  N/A
 2.   Date Well  fterndtted;IQ729/R	Conpleted:
 3.   Injection  Rate;
     Injection Pressure:N/A
 5.  Total Depth of Well:  N/A           	
 6.  Name, Age,  and Depth  of Injection &one:   N/A
 7.  Date Injection Began:  (Day)  N/A    (Month)             (Year)              ~
 8.  Total Volume Injected  to Date;  N/A"	(Gallons)'
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)  ~~~  (Month)             (Year)      	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:
 HI.  GEOLOGIC D^RMATION

 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units  Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)             (c)      (d)          (e)
 Name                 Age             Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
    N/A
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Hilts
                                         Injection Unit
                                                         Confinlne Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(4) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ndllidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution


























    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


Name            Depth
                                Area!
                     Ihickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
    Mineral Resources in Area:
5.  Location of Other wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area:	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity)
2.
Physical/Chemical Description
A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:
B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids,      "
C.  Specific Gravity:
D.  Temperature:
E.  pH:
                                     (b)

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3.  Ibxlcity:	

4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;
5.  Degradability Level and Rate:
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
7-  Pre-lnJ action Waste Treatment;
V.  WELL DESIGN AND OONSOEUCTION
1.  Casing and Tubing
                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	  	  	  	
Intermediate       	  	  	  	
  lection
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models):
 .  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIIMENT
1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:	
2.  Filters:
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
     II
     If
     II
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
     it
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19__  	B.  19_  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:         ~
3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                                                                       TX-16
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION
Permit Status:
                  PDK
                                        Operational Status:
Operating Company Name and Address:    n  Paso Petroleum chemical Complex
                                       Nylon Plant, Box 398^ - Odessa, .Texas
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA
1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)   r?     (Month)	21
2.  Latitude and Longitude:   3i4o'25"/i022o'To7n"
                                                            (Year)	72
3.  Well Location (Legal Description):    Tf.r RR survey, Block /,2. T-25, Section
      '7  located  2'"^  ft.  sotitli of the north line and 2,500 feet west of the cast line
             T.ctor
*\.  County:	
5.  SIC Classification:
                                         State:  Texas
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE


1.  Type Of Waste Injected:   NVIon production wast_es with ammonia, _adipic acid.
      nitric-  acidy  and  hexaeth'.'l cnedi ar^inc- in low concentrations - the rest mixed
      with  the  Odessa  t re.it nt-nt  nl ant  effluent into'Monahans Draw
2.  Date WellPermltted:
3.  Injection Rate:
                           3/3osal .
PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units  Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
Dock urn
Orhoa
      upe
 San Andres
                     (b)
                     Age.
                     Tort iarv
                      PC rm i a n
                      Permian
                                     (C)       (d)
                                     Djepth     Thickness
                      Trot accous
                                     SO
                                     150
                                      ,000
                                               50
                                              100
                                              1 ,220
                                     1,370     1,250
                                     :,*20     2,280
                                               000
(e)
Llthologic Description
 Alluvium
 Sand, limestone
 Sandstone
 Limestone, salt, dolomite
 Limestone, dolomite
 Limestone, dolomite
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Unit
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Llthostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Ifydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(?) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ndllidarcles
tlD) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
San Andres
4900
900


"> ,500
Permian
12
7

Li nest one, do Ion it
verv extensive

Huad a 1 upe- Do ckum
150
4,750



Permian & Triassic



p Extensive with
massive limestone
layers
C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  IDS 22,000
     nWl C1-. 6.000 mr/L N'a-K 1.300 rip, /I Ca-H-. _ _
                                                                       ,  II ,000
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
Alluvium
Depth
 0
 Cornanche
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
 (Combined-
 125 ft.)
                                          Lithologic     Fluid
                                          Character      Character
                                          sand,  limestone   Ires'h "used  for
                                                               municipal ,  .indus-
                                                                trial
                                                                         omestc
                                                                svippl
4.  Mineral Resources in Area:
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area;   XQ unpiu^ed wells reaching down to
        p San Andres  f grmal ion . in the  Odessa area;  5 L&P storage cavities in
                                          '
         Salt  (2,200-2,SOn ft.)  p
                                            xTC Products  Company ;  Hcadiee Field
 approximately -4 mi.  \TE;  Foster
                                          NU' of Odessa;  South Covdon Oil Field
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity)!   Or^anics, chloride, sulphates,
      chromium,  copner, iron, and zinc, nitric and adipic acid.
Physical/Chemical Description
A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:
B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:"
C.  Specific Gravity;   K/A      ~
D.  Temperature:
E.  pH:    3.3-q.o
                                         16-95
                                         3,600-208,000
                       x/A
                                      (b)

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3.  Tbxlc Ity :    Kif*a s.ilinitv makes its willful  invest, ion  unlikely.   iiovever,
      t. he  h i p,h  saiinitv nlso confers toxic i t v on  Lhis v.TsLe'.'ate'r .
4.  Reactivity with Surface Bgvdpment Conponents ;   VonJu  at.  le.'st -mvp tne
      corrosive  properties of st-.water.
5.  Degradability Level and Rate:   :.'ono; the oxi-JaUve  des>rrulat'um of t;-.e sma'J i
      organic  component is not _yerv_ _1 ikrlv  la the  deep we.] 3  context. _

6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological  Level After Injection :
      Unknown, hut  not  VPTV encouraiiin"  in  its , strong v  sal ine 'environment . _
7.  Pre-injection Waste  T^eatmait ;    C<^llected  in  Oulf  Fk-a Poua, riltcre.! a
      sent  to a lifldinp, tank nriur to injection.
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                    Hole            Casing or Tubing                     Depth
                    Size            Weight and Grade          Size       Set
Surface              17-1/2	  j-is   M-"  steel	  n-V.^
Intermediate         12-1/4          l-"^5   3^-^              "^oTP
   action           7-13/16         .]~5ri  Penton  Coated Steel 5-1 /2
Other                               TuMrt<>,  O.in-;  inch wnll  \~
2.  Type and  Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon : 13-3 / s -
     , 50n.sks neat ccimnt with 27, CaCU    0-5/C  -  82^ sks Incor cenent plus 12:
      N'aCI.- 1,100 sks. Inror^to^gu:;^'":''  :'*"  r"-'1 1   6  l^ >'aCl / ^nck inhibitor fluid
      in between 9-5/B and 5-1/2 c.yfjiut'.  _ t _ _
3.  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models):   6  inch 'nastor control, 2,000 psi
      working pressure T>;ell he.ati . _

b.  Packers,  Centrallzers , and Other Subsurface ^uipment:   13-^/3   lialli'nur ton
      insert float_cgl]ar set  at 469  Ft.,  4  central i y.ors _S-1' n-3^ ' nih^er packer
      at 4,^00 ft ~77stape tool at 3 ,^0  ft .  3-1 /? 'packer "set i n 'shoe "(ui nt ol
      9-5/8 inch car,i ng set at /4 ,000  ft.
     .                                   _
 5.   Bottom Hole Completion: ._7-_n/i6  open   hole ^et to 5,^^ ft. _

 6.   Hydraulic  Fracturing. Acidizing Programs, etc.:   enn J.M OF ?"' uri  '  }f^  P.PH.


 VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

 1.   Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;    50, nr\r, r,ai . hoi^inr: pund v'-iirh is  line with
      asbestos  and cenent. _ _____ _

 2.   Filters :   T/T~
                                      (c)

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3.  PUUPS:   Three  triplex  pumps



VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  10/71	  Average    31	  Maxlnuni__896
     "       10/70                     35I,072
     "       10/67	             660	             SQO
     11
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  10/71	  Average    790	  Maximum    900
             in/70                     900                    1,210
     "       10/67	             400	             680
     n       "                     __         _____
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19	B.  1971     157,825     C.  19 7     388,861
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:   Pressure  gap.es  installed  on well  head  and
          on the  tublnft-caslnp, atvnulus,	


    B.  Sanpling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured; ^Periodically
          measured and reported if n 57. variance occurs.


    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  continuous
          with reports submitted bi-yearly within the limits of  57, error.
2.  Contlnggncy Plan for Wen Failure During Operation:   N/A
3.  Regulatory Aspects


    A.  Construction Requirements:   All casinp, must be tested for 1,000 psi
          minimum.


    B.  Monitoring Requirements;   Casing and bottom hole pressure tests; complete
          chemical analysis o wastes; monitor wellhead and annulus pressure rates
          and total volume; report hi-annually; 5% deviations report immediately.
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;   Operating surface pressure not t
          exceed 2 ,500, psi.	_^___	
                                     (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                                                                       TX-17
                   COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION
                                       THE UNITED STATES
Permit Status:  PDR
              	 Operational Status:
Operating Company Name and Address;   Culf oil Corporation
                                      P.O. Box  72 -  Kilgore,  Texas*   75662_,
I.
1.
2.
3.
5*
II.
1.
2.
3.
5*.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA
Entry Date of Data: (Day) 16
Latitude and Longitude: 3259'3i
Well Location (Legal Description):
Hopkins County, Texas
County: Hopkins
SIC Classification: 1321
GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE
Type of Waste Injected: Cooling
produced Smackover water.

Date Well Permitted: 5/3/65
Injection Rate: 15,044,900 ^py
Injection Pressure: 450-700 _psi
Total Depth of Well: 5,213 ft.
Name, Age, and Depth of Injection
Date Injection Began: (Day) is
(Month) 08 (Year) 72
"/9529'30"
Nacoadaches University Survev, Ah. No.

State: Texas

tower and boiler blovdown, process vaste


Completed :



Zone: Woodbine Sand. Cretaceous , 4450

(Month) "5 (Year) 65


73



water






f^


Total Volume Injected to Date: 105,314,297 (Gallons)
Date Injection Ceased: (Day) N/A
Previous Mode of Disposal: N/A

(Month) (Year)





HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
"TTTTcox
                     (b)

                      F.oc
                      .ocenc
 Midway
                      Eocene
 wavarro
 Taylor
 Aus tin
 Eagle Ford
 Woodbine
 Washita
                      Cretaceous
                      Cretaceous
                      Cretaceous
                      Cretaceous
                      Cretaceous
                      Cretaceous
(c)
Depth
420
1300
2000
2900
3900
4450
5150
(d)
Thickness
4^0
Sso
/no
900
1000
550
700
1000
(e)
Llthologlc Description
 shale,  sandstone	
 shale,  sandstone
 shale
 shale ,1inestone	
 shale,  limestone,  sandstone
 sandstone, shale	
 sandstone
 limestone, shale
                                    (a)

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    B.  Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
Injection Unit Conflnin
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
G) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Ifcrdrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution
TJoodMne
4450
|700

1,0 psi /ft. est.
1.0 nsi /ft:, est.
Cretaceous

4,000

sandstone-sand \-ii t h
thin discontinuous
intercalated shale
'"'"idVrT'-F.ap'
ig Bed
If *ofd
4^0
400Q



Cretaceous



shale and
sand


    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:   Salinewater,, IDS =
                     Ch Lori do.  = 27.00
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
WiJcox
            Depth
            Surf.
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
420
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
sands tone, sha 1 e  Fresh
4.  Mineral Resources in Area:  The veil is in the Como oilfield area.  Oil
     production .he.turn  in  the _Comu. field in 1947 from the Coker sand at about	
     4200  ft..  Subsequent  production has been found at,4,000 i't. and at 8,000 ft.

    Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate  Hydrologically Affected Area;   Yantis riant (6 mi. sw_o_{:_ injection
     .site). Injects into l.'oodbine zone as well as Edp.ev;ood Plant  (30 tni. -'-^p ?
     5 wells  are  plu;;,i;ed  that  reach the l.'oodbine zone that are in the  imnediate
     area.
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):
      Amlne..backwash (10 . KP"Q t coo linn to\.'cr hlowdown
                                                    Caustic \.-ash treatment (r' ,!
                                                  (30 f^pm) , desalting treatment
  (18  r.pm)  boi ler uater  blo^down (5
                                              format ion salt water  (2-30) gprn)
Physical/Chemical Description
A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mgA:
B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:"
C.  Specific Gravity:    N/A	"
D.  Temperature:
E.  pH:   N/A
                       N/A
                                      (b)

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3   TOXicity '   The extremely high salt  content  would  make  the  water  difficult  to
      drink.  For the same reason,  however,  it  would  be toxic.

*J.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:   Would at
      as seawater.  Additionally,  its  alkalinity would  attack aluminum verv readiJv.
5.  Degradablllty ^evel and Rate;  None, 'although the loss '"of  the  bicarbonalc'Tu'nc-
      tion would cause solids  precipitation. _

6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     _ Unknown,  although hardly likely to be  sterile. _

7.  Pre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment; fril skimminp: and settling of  solids.
V.  WELL DESIGN AND OONSTHJCTION

1.  Casing and TUblng


Surface
  bermec

  lection
Hole
Size
TT^l/4

Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
H-40 2f
J-55 15. 5/<
Size
TP578
5-1/2
Depth
Set
T7960.8
5,140


Internal plastic coated
2-7/8
4,726
steel tubing
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:  8-5/8  inch
      casing - 515 sacks  common cement  with 87  Cel.  and  200  sacks  Neat  common
      cement w/2% CaCl?;  5-1/2  inch  casinp,  - 430  sacks common  cencnt  with  3,^  Gel,  and
      300 sacks of Neat  cement.
3-  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models);   N/A
A.  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:   Packer  set  at  4,726  ft
      8-5/8  in  P.P.  Larkin  Co.  mb F.O.  Shoe  w/8  Rncl.Thrd.  and w/t'&F  3  RND.  Thrd.
      Flat Collar;  5-1/2" casing  - 54  ccntralizers  1,900-5,200 ft. 8-5/3" casing
      5 ccntralizers-34 API  Gravity  Kerosene  in TB6-CSG Annulus-water interface
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:   Perforated  4940-5140	
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, AcidizingIfrograire, etc.;   N/A"
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and PlOW T.lnes;    8,00n  barrel  gunitc-lined  storage  pic  used
      for oil  skimming  and  settling  of  solids  and  a  plastic  lined  pit  is  used "Cor
      storage  of v;ater.	
2.  Filters:  N/A
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps;   N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

I.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)    6/72	  Average    is	  Maximum   65.058
2.
11
ii
n 
Injection
Date(s)

n
n
7/71
7/67
7/66
Pressure,
6/72
7/71
7/67
7/66
32
39
54
psi (During Life of Well
Average 443
451
583
761
80
33
116
to Present)
Maximum



.346
,664
,046
563
617
725
904
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal*
    A.  I9j2   7,054,238       B.  1921   12,359,142  C.  19_70   8.544,632
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:   'Wellhead and annulus pressure;  Injection
          flow rate:  injection flow volune.

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  Per LodicaiTy"
          measured and reported  i T a 5T' variance occurs. _

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;   continuous
          monitor inp,. _
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure '"During Operation:   N/A
 3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;   All casinr; must he tested for leakage at
          1,000 psi.;  injection tuMng must he unaffected bv wastes.	
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:   Caslnc and bottom hole pressure tests; complete
          chemical analysis of wastes; monitor_wellhead and annuius pressure rates
          and tota^. volume; report biannually; 3% deviations report inmedlntely.
    C.  Restrictions Of Operation Procedures:  'V.'ell head 'pressure shall not exceed
          3."00 nsi.	
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                                                                      TX-18
                   COMPILATION OP ypusTRiAL Aiy MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN 'ink UNITED
Permit Status:  PDR
                                         Operational Status:
Operating Conpany Name and Address:   shell on Company
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)  01
2.  Latitude and Longitude:  N/A
                                      N.T-7. Ozona Cas Plant - P.O.Box 1509
                                      Midland, Texas



                                       (Month)   06	(Year)  73
3.  Well Location (Legal Description):    700  ft. south of  the north  line and  1750
      ft. west  of the  cas t  1 ine _qf _the _sec_ .  46, F.R. Henderson Lease _
    County    Crockett
                                          State:
 Texas
5.  SIC Classification:
                           2911
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE
1.  Type of Waste Injected:
     waste water.
                               Coolinp, tower hlowdown and zeolite regeneration
2.  Date WellRsrmltted:
3.  Injection Rate:
                                               Conpleted:
 M.  Injection Pressure;	     	
 5.  Total Depth of Well!" _1_'5Tr~~~   _  '~~
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:
                                               San  /fndres ,  Permian ,  lli'-l'V
                                       (MonEhT
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)	
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)  N/A  (Month)"
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;   N/A	"
05
                                     N/A
(Year)
                                                          jYear).
                    (canons)
PI.  GEOLOGIC INPORMATION

1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Iftiits Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
Cotnanche
 Will tehorse
 Snn  Andres
                      (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
                      Age            Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
                      Cretaceous     _______  _________  sand, sandstone	
                      Permian        	   250	  sand, shale	
                      Permian        1000      1500       limestone, dolomite
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic  Description  of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
Conflnine Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
($") Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturlng Pressure, psi
7) Age of Unit
8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, raillldarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
San Andres
1000
1500



Permian
15.0


limestone, dolomit












P


    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids;   N/A
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Hare
 Edwards
                    Area!     Lithologic
Depth    Thickness  Extent    Character
                              limes cone
Fluid
Character
                                                                      ppm
 .  Mineral Resources in Area:  Oil  is produced from the Canvon Hroup at 6,675 ft.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area:
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);   Cooling tower biowdown and
      zeolite regeneration wash water with magnesium,  calcium, sodium, bicarbonate,
      chloride,	
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mgA;   N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;   2230
    C.  Specific Gravity:    N/A	
    D.  Temperature;    N/A	
    E.  pH:	8,5
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:   N/A	


1.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Ccngxanents:  X/A
5.  Degradabllity Level and Rate;  K/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estinated Biological Level After Injection:
    _ _N/A	

7.  Ppe-iryjection Waste Treatinent;   Sedimentation
V.  WEIL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	   J-55  9.5//	  \-H7      1094
Intermediate       	  	  	 	

  lection                                                   i1084
Inject
Other"
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon;  Sur. 3no
     sks.
3.  Well Head Equipment Ofame and Models):  X/A
 .  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:  N/A
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:  p^n hoIP inaa - 17so ft.
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;   N/A
VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and PlOW Mires;   33' x 27' polvvjnvl lined scttlinr, tank plus
        ' plastic tubing.
2.  Filters :
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:    N/A
VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)   i_2-?n _  Average    7 .5 _  Maximum
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)   1.2-7^	 Average   500	 Maximum
     it
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_     N/A	B.  19_ 	C.   19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and  Data;   N/A	
    B.  SanpllngPrequency and Water Quality  Parameters  Measured;   N/A
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels  and Hydrostatic  Heads;  N/A
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;   X/A
 3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements;    :; /A
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions or Operation  Procedures ;    Sur faro j nj ec-t i on
          1 imi rtv! t-o 6r]0 nsi .
                                      (d)

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                    COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                                        THE
                INJECTION
                                            Well Id. Code:

                                                    K
                                                    SB
Permit Status:	
Operating Company Name and Address:


I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA
 1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)
 2.  Latitude and Longitude:
                                         Operational Status:
                                       Diamond  Shamrock  Oil  and  r-.-iq  Company
                                  P.O.
                                                    - AnnriTlo. Texas   79.10.5
                                  (Month)
                           ;0r>7I23"/1015?"n "
                                                            (Year)
          72
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description):  H&T c T?R Survov,  section  399. Block  44,
                    ft. from north line nrvl 1,931 ft.  from the west line
     County:
                                     State:
                                                  Texas
 5.  SIC Classification:
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SHE

 1.  Type Of Waste Injected;   Coulinp, towpr and boiler blowdovn water with
      traces of nitrogen, hydrocarbons, and chromates.
 2.  Date Well Permitted;  572 ^
 3.  Injection Rate;   16'yyji .
                                          Completed:
Injection Pressure:
                           200
 5.  Total Depth of Well;   1.620
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:   cjorietta Sand, Persian, iios
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)	       	
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:   3.0/.2.A43.B75
                                   (Month)
                                                           (Year)
                                                                  (Gallons)
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)  X/A  (Month)            (Year)	
10.  Previous Mode Of Disposal:   Surfact- discharge around Palo Duro Creek from
       earthen pits and direct discharge to creek.
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
 Alluv Luni
 Ugallala
 Doclcun Croup
 Glorlet ta
                 (b)
                 Age
                  Recent
                  PI ioceiie
                  Trlass ic
                  Per "linn
                  Permian
                                    (c)       (d)          (e)
                                    Depth    Thickness    Lithologic  Description
                                    Surface  _________  Alluv iu:n	
                                    	  45n	  Sandstone, silt, clav
                                                          Shale
                                     ] 10?)
Cypsure, anhvdrlte
Seme's tone
                                     (a)

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                                                                      TX-20
    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Uhit
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
i3) Thickness (Ft.)
(U) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) fadrofracturlng Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ndllidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
f-loriet ta
mr.
120
.45 nsi/ft. pst.
1.0 psi/ft. est.
1.0 psi/ft. est.
Pernian



Sandstone ,
widespread


A 50
650



Triassic & Permian



red shale & evaporite
'widespread

    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:   salt
                                                           ,.ine
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


                Depth
Name
Ogallala
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
                                              sand, silt,
                                              clav, prove1
Fluid
Character
fresh water
A.  Mineral Resources in Area:  Oiland _as /ron  numerous wells  in  the  area
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other-Penetrations in
    Iirmedlate Hydrologlcally Affected Area;TWO  shamrock veils  in  the Giorietta
      sand  used  for  disposal  V7DK-3  (TX-3)  4  mil.  SV?	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);    Coolinp tower and	
      boiler  blowdown water  with traces  of nitrogen,  hydrocarbons,  and chrnniate.

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;    N/A	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;    N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity;    N/A
    D.  Temperature:_
    E.  PH:   7.5-8.5"
                                      (b)

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3  TOXldty'    Non-toxir .  but  undouhticun v unnleasant  to taste.
H.  Reactivity with Surface Efridpment Components;  'essentially unreact.ive7
      although  slight  alkalinity  could  have  sorae slight  effect on alurnnum
5.  Degradablllty Level and Rate;   N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      N/A	

7.  ft^e-lnjectlon Waste Treatment;    Flotator and clarlfier tank to a concrete
      sett] trip, basin where  cooling  tower and butler water effluent arc added.
      pH control  to  7.5  to  8.5.	

V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface                              32.3^'  n-40	       .13-3/3     603
Intermediate                         20?    1^55             7          1,425-1,620
   ectlon                            32.3?  H^TO             9^57S      1,551
OthCT*                                20-'!  j_55               7          TTTWT
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives,  Emplacement Horizon;  13-3/3 inch
      casliiK -  400 cu.  ft.  Fozmx .cc-ncnt witli IQ.OOn.^s r,j isonitc   9-5/3 inch
      casing -  cement  66^ - ],3B2 ft.  at least (450 sacks  c orient.) _
3.  Well Head Equipment  (Name and Models);   ?;/A
^1.  Backers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:   TWO foot Baker cast
      iron  bridge  plug set  in 9-5/8 inch casing from 1,30^-1,302 ft. 7 inch ceisinp
      Brown tvpe PL Packer.	

5  Bottom Hole Completion;    Lane Veils Co.  perforating p,un forms a 0.489 inch
      hole  one  hole per Coot  - 1,11^-1.,236 ft.	
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  1 ,000 gal, of'i^z mud acid.


VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE  EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks  and PlOW Lines;   Unllned earthen pit  800' x 1,000' x 50' concrete
      settling  basin and concrete mixing b.-isin.

2.  Filters:xTA
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3.  Punps;   s/A	   	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   12/71	  Average   132	  Maximum   235
     "        12/70                  191                   210
     11        12/6Q	            293	            470
     11        12/66                  458                   742
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)   12/71	  Average   132	  Maxinum   210
     "        12/70,                 178	            210
     11        12/69	            144	            175
     "        12/66	            64	            125
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  197^.   102,311,600     B.  19_70   148,013,612 C.  19	 	

VIII.  SAFEIY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;   Wellhead and anmilus pressure; injection
          flow rate; injection flow volume.	

    B.  Sanpllng Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured; 1'eriodicaiiv
          measured and reported if a 5% variance occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  continuous
          ninn i t or.in 3 .
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:   N/A	
 3.   Regulatory Aspects

     A.  Construction Requirements;  All casing must he tested for leakage at
           1,000  psi; injection tubing nust be unaffected hv wastes.	

     B.  Monitoring Requirements:   Caslnp. and "hottori hole pressure tests; complete
           chemical  analysis  of wastes; monitor wellhead and annulus pressure rates
           and_ total volume;  jcrort biannually; 57 deviations  report immediately.
     C.  Restrtctions Of Operation Procedures;   Operating surface equipment'shall
           not  exceed a  maximum of 300 psi.
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                                                                      TX-21
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNI'itev STATE
                 PDF
Permit Status:	
Operating Company Name and Address:


I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

                                11	
                                        Operational Status:
                                                              NOP
                                      Mob13e  Chemical  Company
                                      P.O.  Box  631.  Ariarillo.  Texas   7Q105
                                      (Month)	10
1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)                	
2.  Latitude and Longitude:   2958li9"/9/403I/49"
                                                            (Year)	72
3.  Well Location (Legal Description);    W.N.  sigier  Survey,  Ab.  48,  4560  ft.
      from the  north  line  arid  3480  ft.  from  the west  line.
5.
n.
i.
    County;    Jefferson
                                         State:   Texas
    SIC Classification:
                           2 si a
     GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

    "type Of Waste Injected:   Acetic  acid,  terephthalic  acid,  xylene, methyl ethyl
      ketone,  paratoluic  acid,  and  other  hvdrocarhons.
 2.
 3.
 5*.
 6.

 7.
 8.
 9.
10.
    Date Wellltennitted:_
    Injection Rate;   N/A
                           67/1/05
                                              Conpleted:
    Injection Pressure;  N/A
    Total Depth of Well:
    Name, Age, and Depth of
Date Injection Began: (Day)	
Total Volume Injected to Date:
Date Injection Ceased: (Day)
Previous Mode of Disposal:
                                      Zone:   Catahoula.  Miocene.  3.500-5.700  ft
                                       (Month)  01"
                                   05
N/A
  (f
                                        Month)
                                                 03
                                 N/A
                                                          (Year)  67
                                                                     (Gallons)
(Year)   70
HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
Beaumont Clay
Li ssic
Willis
Poliad
Catahoula
                     (b)
                     Age
                     PIeistocene
                     Pleistocene
                     Pliocene
                     Pliocene
                     Miocene
                                    (c)      (d)         (e)
                                    Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
                                    J2	  600	  sand and clay	
                                    600      400	  sand and clay	
                                    	  	  sand

                                    3,500sand, gravel, silt
                                    (a)

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   B.   Geologic  Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Unit      Conflnii
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
W
(1
(B
flydrofracturlng Pressure, psi
Age of Unit
Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Fteservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Miocene sands
3,500

.45 psi/f t . est.
1.0 psi /ft. est.
0.4-0.8 Dsi/ft.
Miocene
30
500

sand, silt & grave



1,000
4,500



>fiocene & Pliocene



L clays and sands

-
    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Area! Lithologic
Name Depth Thickness Extent Character
Beaumont Clav T) 600 extensive sand, clay
Lissie 600 400 extensive sand, clay
Fluid
Character
fresh
slightlv saline



  .  Mineral Resources in Area:  Oil and p;as in general area.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations  in
    Immediate fydrologically Affected Area:   Spindletop Oilfield 2 miles north;
      TX-9 is 13 miles S.E. ; TX-12 30 miles'E;""Love11 Lake Oil and Has Field Ts~
      2-1/2 miles" WSW.
 IV.  WASTE OIARACTERISTICS

 1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  Acetic acid 2.240
     tcrephthalic. acid 150 ppm, xylene 55 ppm, methvl ethvl ketone 50 ppm
     paratoluic acid 40 ppm, benzoic acid 20 ppm, other hydrocarbons 24 ppm.
 2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   N/A	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:   2"ooo-30QO
    C.  Specific Gravity:   N/A	
    D.  Temperature;   N/A	
    E.  pH;   3-4
                                      (b)

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3  Toxic1ty:   While none of the above  components  is  a  systemic  noison,  tfoe	
      mixture is undoubtedly toxic and  irritating  to  tissue  in  its degree of	
      acidity.   Dilution will reduce  the toxicity.  but not of the water-insoluble xylene
M.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:   corrosion of  liner Caused well
      to be abandoned.	
5.  Degradability Level and Rate:  Organic  materials  will eventually bq  altered
      by oxidation;  minimally under the  subject  conditions.	

6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Unknown.  The paratoluic acid in particular_is a  strong acid unfriendly
      the growth of  organisms.	_	_^_
1.  Pre-lnjection Waste Treatment:   pll control, biological treatment -BOD
      removal,  and settling.	


V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing
Surface
Intermediate

  lection
Inject
Other
Hole
Size
Casing
Weight
or Tubing
and Grade
surface casing



Size
10-3/4
7-5/8
Depth
Set
1014
5999


tubinp

4-1/2
5950

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon; 10-3/4
      inch casing -  765 sks. Lite Wate; 7-5/8 inch casing - 1800 sks 50/50 Pozmix
      plus 2% gel; 4-1/2 inch casing - 900 sks Pozmix plus 2% gel.	

3.  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models);  N/A
    Packers. Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:Armco Seal Lock @
      5950 ft.                                  -it-     	
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;  Perforations 5468-5890 ft.	

6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;   7000 gal,  of 3% HF and
      15% HCl.	

VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;   2 - 10,000 barrel welded aluminum holding
      tanks, concrete basin 12'xl5'xl2'	

2.  Filters:Fixed bed anthracite filter.
                                     (c)

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3  Pumps:   Centrifugal.
VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s) _  Average _  Maximum
     it
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
     it
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_L   10.471,532      Bt  19	C.  19	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;   Wellhead and annulus  pressure;  injection
         .flow, rate: injection flow volume.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  Periodically
          measured and reported if a 5% variance occurs.

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  ContinuouT"
          monitoring.
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements:  hll casing must be tested for leakage at	
          1,000 psi; injection tubing mustbe unaffected bv wastes.

    B.  Monitoring Requirements:   Casing and bottom hole pressure tests; complete
          chemical analysis of wastes; monitor wellhead and annulus pressure	
          rates and total volume; report bi-annuallv; 5% deviations report immed.
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;   Well plugged according to TWOS
          regulations - injection ceased 3/5/70.	

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                                                                       TX-22
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN TOE UNTIED STATES
                PDC
 Permit  Status:	
 Operating Company Name and Address:


 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA
    Operational Status;  NOUP
                                      Mr. B. C. Auflhtry - Aught.ry Flowers
                                      F/)2 S. Clements - Caiasviile, Trxas  76240
                                      (Month)
 1.   Entry Date of Data:  (Day)
 2.   Latitude and Longitude:    3037'4f,"/c)7007TTrT
            10
              (Year)   72
3.  Well Location (Legal Description):  2400 ft. from the south line and sno fFT
     from the cast line of the M.K. Clark Survey. Ah. 231.
    County;   Cooke
                                          State:
              Texas
5.  SIC Classification:   5900
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type of Waste Injected:   Acidic (H^SO ) backwash water used to regenerate
      a hydrogen zeolite bed for conditioning raw water.
2.  Date Well Permitted:_
3.  Injection Rate:   N/A
                            7726/65
          Completed:
M.  Injection Pressure;   gravity
5.  Total Depth of Well:  _37"Teet"
6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:
                                               Alluvial deposit, Recent,'28-42 ft,
                                       (MonthT
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)	
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day) N/A   (Month)
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;   N/A   	"
                                     16,686
                      TYearT
                                                          _(Year)_
                                 (Gallons)
HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
Alluvial deposits
Alluvial deposits
Denton
Kiamichi
Goodland
                      (b)
                      Age
irinitv group
                      Cretaceous
                      Cretaceous
                      Cretaceous
                      Cretaceous
(c)
Depth
 15
 2P
                                     ZOO
                                     220
(d)
Thickness
          ATT
 IhO
(e)
Llthologic Description
 p,ravel  bed
 p,ravel  hed
 clay
 limestone
 lificstone
TOT)
                                    (a)

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    B.  Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                             Confinine Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(M) formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Ifydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, minidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
p.ravcl zone
28
1/t



Recent



r.ravel















    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


                Depth
Name
 Trinitv
                    Area!     Lithologic     Fluid
Depth    Thickness  Extent    Character      Character
                                     nu'i3s i vc   sandstone
                                              n r i n c i p a I fresh, aquifer
 .  Mineral Resources in Area:  *I/A
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations  in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area:  Crovind water wells which roach the
      Trinity formation for fres'i i.Mtor.                       	 	      	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  Sodium, bicarbonate
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:   593
    C.  Specific Gravity:   N/A	
    D.  Temperature:   *:/A	
    E.  pH;   Q.2	
                                      (b)

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3.  Tbxicity:   Non-toxic	


M.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Ccnponents:   Relatively  high  nH  soiutipn
      may corrode aluminum fixtures through continued  application.
5.  Degradabllity Level and Rate:   N/A                                      ""
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not sterile at  injection and biological  activity minimiy.^A hv	
      anaerobic conditions and lack of  organic  substrat-p.	
7.  Pre-inJection Waste Treatment;   N/A
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTOUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface
Intermediate       	  	  	  	

  lection                           Steel3-1/229
Inject
Other
2.  Type and Arnault of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);
 .  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;  on c n
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.
VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:   N/A
2.  Filters:  N/A
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3.  Pumps:   ^/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)	 Average	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psi  (During Life of Well to  Present)

    Date(s)	 Average	 Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_72   2,052	B.  19_71    3,348       C.   19.   5,071.5

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and  Data;   Wellhead and annulus pressure; injection
          floi.' rate; infection flow volume.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and  Water  Quality Parameters Measured: Periodically"
          measured and reportc-tl jf n  S? variance occurs.

    C.  Frequency of Measuring  Water  Levels and Hydrostatic Heads; Continuous
          morii coring.
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation; N/A	
 3.  Regulatory  Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;    MI casing must fre__ti?sti<-H  For  ip.ik.ipp .it
                psi: injection {.ubinp must be unaf fprt-fd hv
    B.  Monitoring Requirements :   Casing ami bottom hole pressure tests; complete
          chemical analysis of wastes; monitor wellhead and annulus pressure  rates
          and total volume; report bi-annual ly;_5_^ deviations report  immediately.
    C.  Restrictions  of Operation Procedures ;   N/A
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                                                                     1A-23
Permit Status:  PDF
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN TOE UNITED STATE?

                      	 Operational Status:
                         NO?
Operating Company Name and Address:   E.T.  DuPont  DC  Nemours  and
                                      P.O.  Bo>: 108^  - Oran^o.,  Texas   77^30
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA
1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)   16    (Month)   08
2.  Latitude and Longitude:   300oV2^"/tn44'3i"
                                                           (Year)  72
3.  Vfell Location (Legal Description);   0.M.  Thomas  Survov.,  Ah,  433.  440  ft
      from the southwest  Vine and  343  ft.  fro:n the  southeast  line.
5.
n.
i.
    County;  .ram>e.
                                         State:  Texas
    SIC Classification;   2B21
     GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

    Type Of Waste Injected:   A  dilute  anueous  solution  of  aminoniun  sulfato,
      sulfuric  acid,  orp.anJr  nitn'les and  trace quantities  of l7vdrop,cn  cvanidc,
 2.
 3.

 5*.
 6.

 7.
 8.
 9.
10.
    Date Well termltted;  873r
    Injection Rate:   34o  ftpm
                                              Completed:
    Injection Pressure;   7nn-R3n
    Total Depth of Well:   5,204
    Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:   Catahoula, Miocene -
    Date Injection Began: (Day)   25    (Month)   10
    Total Volume Injected to Date:   7A9.8l7,qo3
    Date Injection Ceased: (Day)  19
    Previous Mode of Disposal:
                                       (Month)05
                                N/A
                                                          (Year)
                                                                     (Ganons)
                      (Year)  7?
PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
Beaumont Clav
Lissie
Willis
Oakville
(b)
Age
Pleistocene
Pleistocene
Pliocene
Miocene
(c) (d)
Depth Thickness
0 combined
thiekness-1,010 ft.


(e)
Llthologlc Description
clayt sand
sand, gravel
sand
sand
 Catahoula
                     Miocene
4,550
                                               300
                                                         sand
                                    (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                            Confining Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) tfydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Catahoula
A, 550
800
.45 psi/ft. est.
1.0 psi/ft. est.
1.0 psi/ft. est.
Miocene



sand



1,000
3,500



Tertiary



sands and clays


    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:   Brine
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
Beaumont clav
Lissie	
               Depth
                o
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
          Lithologic
          Character
cor.ih irvcd
                  thickncss-lOOP
extensive sand ,c.lav
extensive gravel,sand
Fluid
Character
freshwat'er in top
400 ft. with 3000
  ppm TDS	
These two formal ions are often  referred  to  as  the  T.ulF.  Coast  aquifer.
.   Mineral Resources in Area:  oil and ^
                                             in  area.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations  in
    Immediate HydrolOglcally Affected Area:  Phoenix  Pake  oil  and  gas field three
     miles  east;  Orange  MeU  three  miles west  of the disposal well.
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);   The waste fluid contains
       17,  nitric  acid,  2. Yf,  organic  acids,  and  0.01% heavy metal salts.
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, m&^L:
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:"
    C.  Specific Gravity;   N/A	"
    D.  Temperature:   >;/A
    E.  pH;    N/A
                                      (b)

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3 .  Toxic 1 1 y :  Heavy metals and cyanides are toxic if ingested.
4.  Reactivity with i Surface Equipment Components;   Sulfuric. nitric, and organic
      acids may corrode metal fixtures with continued contact. _
5  Degradability Level and Rate:  Organic material may break down r.hpmi rally
      arid through bacterial degradation. _

6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After  Injection:
      Probably not sterile at injection.   Possibl   some breakdown  nf
      compounds with oxygen supplied through decomposition of SO^,  NOo.  and CO..
7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment:   N/A                                     -y
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	  	 	 	
Intermediate       	  	 	 	

  jection
Inject
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:   N/A
3.  tell Head Equipment (Name and Models):
 *.  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;  N/A
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:  M
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:   N/A"
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:  "/A
2.  Filters:   N/A
                                     (O

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3.  Pumps:  N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   12/70	  Average  255	  Maximum  355	
     it
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   12/70         Average   723	  Maxlnum  83
     it
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19	        N/A	B.  19	  	C.  19	 	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Wellhead  and  annulus  pressure;  injection
          flow rate;  injection flow volume.                                     ~"

    B.  Saiqpllng Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured; Periodically
          measured  and  reported  if  a 5%  variance  occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  Continuous
          monitoring;.
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:  Pump  wastes  to other
      company  wells in  immediate vicinity.	
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;   All casing must be tested for  leakage at
          1,000 psi;  injection tubing must  be  unaffected by wastes.             ~

    B.  Monitoring Requirements!   Casing and  bottom hole pressure  tests;  complete
          chemical  analysis of wastes; monitor wellhead and annulus  pressure rat'es
          and  total volume; report  biannually; '5% deviations  report  immediately.
    C.  Restrictions of Operation  Procedures;   Plugged.

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                                             Well Id. Code:
                                                                      TX-25
                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION WELLS IN TOE UNTIED STATES
 Pennlt Status:
                 .PDF
                                        Operational Status:
                                                               NOP
Operating Company Name and Address:   :v,hiip On


I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)  16     (Month)   QQ
2.  Latitude and Longitude:    3iir''32"/i03oi'./t9"
                                                633 - Mi.ll'nnrl  Tnv.-
                                                            (Year)  72
3.  Vfell Location (Legal Description);   T.T. RV Survey .
                                                              48.
                                                                         nw  2090
      ft.. From the north line and 721 ft. from the smith lino.
     County:
                                         State:
                                                  Texas
 5.  SIC Classification:
                          1321
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type Of Waste Injected;    Produced brine, waste water from desalting and
      regeneration, .ulvcul . caustic soda, and boiler blowdovm.	
2.  Date Well Permitted;   2/23/66
3.  Injection Rate:   56 gnn	
                                               Conpleted:
     Injection Pressure;   650-800 rs_i
5.  Total Depth of Well:  6,250 Ft.
6.  Name, A^, and Depth Of Injection Zone:
                                               Cherry Canyon. Permian. 5.631 ft
7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)  19    (Month)
8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:  87,225,965'
                                                  08
                                                           (Year)66
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)  ~   (Month)
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:  X/A	"
                                                 03
                                                          (Year)  72
 PI.. GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
Rustler
Laraar
lie 11 Canyon
(b)
Age
Permian
Pernian
perriian
(c)
Depth
1,825
-'i ,680
A ,7AO
(d)
Thickness
2,200
60
300
(e)
Lithologic Description
Anhydrite
limestone

  Chcri'y Canyon
                      Pt-rrtu an
                                     5.631
600
sandstone, dolomite.
                                     (a)

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                                                                       TX-25
    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Unit
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
tfr) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution
Cherry Canyon
5,631
600



Pernian



sandstone, dolomit












E;


    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:   15,646 mg/l chloride
         ions, total solids - 21,833 TOR/!.     	 	         	  	
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
Alluvium
Rustler
Depth
1,850
Areal Lithologic
Thickness Extent Character
extensive sand, gravel
400 sandstone
Fluid
Character
f resh
saline



 .  Mineral Resources in Area:  Oil and gas in five zones from 4,700 ft. to
     15.700 ft.	
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate ffydrologlcally Affected Area;   Irrigation wells of area arc 1,000
       Ft. depth at. maximum, most ground water from alluvial and gravel deposits
       of Tertiary Age.  This area has vast oil and f>as wells.	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  Tota1 Alkalinity -552 ppm,
     total hardness - /42^PPra Ca -2Q32 ppm, Mg - 1/309  pnm 'K - I J , "421" ppm,
                      _
SOA - 36 ppm, Cl  - 39,987 ppm,  Fe-15.2 ppm,  CO-? -
                                                           ppm.
2.
Physical/Chemical Description
A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/l:
B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/l:"
    Specific Gravity;   1.0318 at"
    Temperature:
    pH;  N/A
                                       N/A
    C.
    D.
    E.
                 N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxlclty:   High alkalinity and solids precludes  willful  im'.estion because of
      bad tar.te, similar to seawater.  Would have phvsic effect because of high
      Mg content.  Fe would have heavy  metal effect. No  systemic poisons.
M.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;   Alkalinity and  high r
      would corrode iron and aluminum in  an action similar to that  of sea  water.
5.  Degradability Level and Rate;   N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection;
      N/A	

7.  Pre-iryjection Waste Treatment;   N/A
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
1. Casing and Tubing
Hole
Size
Surface
Intermediate
Casing or Tubing Depth
Weight and Grade Size Set
3-5/8 1355
J-55 5-1 [2 f>245

Injection
Other

J-055 4.71.-' 2-3/4 5036
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:   8-5/8  inch
       casing  -  868  sks  Tncore  ccrnpnt plus  4%  r.el . ,  1/4/,-'  Celfo hole per  sack and
       27,  CaCl2  and  10H  sks neat  Incore and  27. CaCl9

3-  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);    N/A
    Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:  One centraiizer on
       8-5/8  inch  casinp, on bottom joint. Packer - Brown Oil Tool Huslev Tvpe set
       at  SOttfS  ft.
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:  Perforations at 5168-5594  ft.,  5693-6046  ft.

6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  N/A
VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;   N/A
2.  Filters:
                                     (c)

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3.  Punps:   N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)    6/72	  Average    58	  Maximum    SB	
     "         6/71	             58	         	53
     "         6/70	             56	             60
     "         6/69                   54	         	56
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)    6/72	 Average    650	 Maxinum    700
     "         6/71                   725	             750
     "         6/70                   700                   750
     11         6/69	            750	             900
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_72   6.734.490	B.  19_71    8.524.444   C.  19J70   17.979.976

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and  Data;   Wellhead and annulus pressure; injection
          flow rate; in lection flov; volume.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and  Water Quality  Parameters Measured;  Periodically"
          measured and reported if a 5% variance occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring  Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  continuous"
          monitoring.	___________________________
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure  During  Operation;  N/A	
 3.   Regulatory Aspects

     A.   Construction Requirements;  All casing must he tested Eor leakage at
          1,000 psi;  injection tubing must be unaffected by wastes.	

     B.   Monitoring Requirements;   Casing and bottom hole pressure tests; complete
          chemical analysis of vastes; monitor wellhead and annulus pressure rates
          and  total volume; report biannuallv; 5% deviations report immediately."
     C.   Restrictions Of^ Operation Procedures;  Maximum operational surface pressure
          injection of 2,500 psip, - well operation ceased August 14, 1972.      ~
          Well  plugged under TWQR regulations.
                                      (d)

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                                             Well Id.  Code:
                                                                       IX-2 6
                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNlltu STATES
                 PDF
                                  Operational Status:
Permit Status:	
Operating Company Name and Address:


I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)   01     (Month)	09
                 MOP
                                      Phillips Petroleum Company
                                      P.O. Box 1967 - Houston. Texas
                                                            (Year)  72
 2.   Latitude and Longitude;  3203n'36"/990A3'iO"
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description);  Five feet east of west line which trends
      N1A25'W of 2.48 acre tract in west part of Sec. 48, Rlk. 16, T&P RR Co. Survey
 *J.  County;   Jones	State;  Texas	
 5.  SIC Classification;  53A1	

 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE
 1.  Type Of Waste Injected;   Wastewater from truck washings at service station.
       detergents, and small amounts of gasoline, kerosene, motor oil, and	
       grease.	
 2.  Date Well Perndtted:
 3.  Injection Rate:  N/A"
                     7/26/f>6
                                              Corrpleted:
     Injection Pressure;  N/A
 5.  Total Depth of Well;  AOO Ft.	
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone;  Tnipa Limestone - 250-500 ft.
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)  N/A   (Month!"
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date;   N/A	
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:
                                                    (Year)
                                                               (Gallons)
                                 (Month)  03
                                                          .(Year).
                           Crave* 1  pit drainage ditch covered with soil
after settleable solids had been removed.
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  LLthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
  Clear Fork
               (b)
               Age
               Permian
  Wichita
                                    (c)
                                    Depth
                                     o
               Permian
  Talpa Limestone
  Coleruan Junction
  Limestone
               Permian
(d)
Thickness
                                              100
               Permian
                                              7r>0
(e)
Llthologlc Description
             11mes t one, shalc
             limestone
                                                           limestone
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                    Confinine Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, "C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Talpa
Limestone
300
101



Permi
an



T.iTipxsl- nnA















    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  N/A
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name            Depth
Coloman Junction
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
                 600
 7TO
Lithologic
Character

limestone
Fluid
Character
 brackisn - artesian
 sufficient to reach
 surface
    Mineral Resources in Area:   Oil and gas fields surround the disposal well
     site location. Sayles field, 1 mile north, at a depth of 2,000 ft.	
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate fydrologlcally Affected Area;   Sayies oil field, l mile north
     produces oil from Flippen limestone (2,000 ft): seven abandoned wells
     within one mile radius  (nearest 900 ft. south).	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):  Effluent from truck washing
      facility.
    Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:   443
    C.  Specific Gravity:
    D.  Temperature;   N/ A
    E.  pH;    7-8
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxiclty:   N/A	


M.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Conponents:
5.  Degradabillty Level and Rate:
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not sterile at injection,  biological activity  minimal  due  to	
      anaerobic conditions and lack of substrate.
7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment:  Wash  bays run  to 6'x6'x6'  cement  lined settling
      box equipped with a baffle.  Overflow runs  into a  steel  holding  tank 6* diameter
    "and 7-8' deep.  A_drainficld  10'x65'xlO'  filled with  gravel  and  covered with
      soil takes the  not injected  waste fluid.
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface
Intermediate       	  	  	  	

  lection                           Casing  9.5#J-554-1/2400
Inject
Ctner
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:  50 sks cement
      from 400  ft.  to  3  ft. below  ground  level. Class H cement was used.
3.  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models):
 4.  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;  N/A
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;
                                                yo^ 25n-/iOp gt.
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  N/A
VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;  6'x6'x6' cement lined settling box: 6' diameter
      x  7  to  8'  deep  steel holding tank: and 10'x65'xlO' gravel filled and dirt
      covered  drainage  field.	
2.  Filters:  N/A
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:   Elcc t rip  pump .	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_     N/A	B.  19_  	C.  19_  	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;   Wellhead and annulus pressure; injection
          flow rate; injection flow volume.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  Periodically
          measured and reported if a 5% variance occurs.

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  Continuous"
          monitoring.
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;  N/A	
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  Abandoned well reworked to permit	
          specifications - now plufip.cd to permit specifications.

    B.  Monitoring Requirements:  Casing and bottom hole pressure tests; complete
          chemical analysis of wastes; monitor wellhead and annulus pressure rates
          and  total volume; report biannually; 5% deviations report immediately. ~
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;  Operating pressure not to exceed
          1/2  psi/ft. permit  cancelled and well plugged according to TWOB       ""
          regulations - injection ceased March 14, 1972.
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                                                                    TX-27
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AM) MUNICIPAL
                 PDR
Permit Status:	
Operating Conpany Name and Address:


I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA
Operational Status:
                                     Ca 1 a lien T independent School
                                     4602 Cornell Drive - Corpus Christ!, Texas 78410
1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)  17     (Month)	10.
2.  Latitude and Longitude:   27051'15"/9738112"
                                                           (Year)  72
3.  Well Location (Legal Description);   sin ft. west of the line and 307 ft.
      north of the 30 acre tract of the F.J. Smith 225.2 acre tract.
1|.  County;   Nueces
                                         State:  Texas
5.  SIC Classification :
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type Of Waste Injected;   Effluent from septic tank system.
2.
3.
1.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
m
1.


Date Well Permitted: 9/19/66 Completed:
Injection Rate: 5,6on SPd
Injection Pressure: gravity
Total Depth of Well: 349 f"t.






Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone: Ooliad, Pliocene, 3^o ft.

Date Injection Began: (Day) N/A (Month)
Total Volume Injected to Date: N/A
Date Injection Ceased: (Day) N/A (Month)
Previous Mode of Disposal: 2 - 4,000 Ballon septic t
and two 600 gallon septic tanks connected in series,
flow to a drainage field consisting of 24 wells.
. GEOLOGIC INFORMATION
Litnology and Stratigraphy

(Year)
(Gallons)
(Year)
auks connected in seriec
whose effluents v^ravitv

    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
 Beaumont Clay
 Lissie	
 C^olaid
                     (b)
                     Age
                     Pleistocene
                     Pleistocene
                     Pliocene
(c)
Depth
     (d)         (e)
     Thickness   Lithologlc Description
                  sand , shale
                  sand, shale
     "315          sand
                                    (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                            Conflnine Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatlc Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Co 11 ad
300
50



PI iocene



Fine3, coarse, hrok
sand, and sandston
with shale
Lower Beaumont clay
& Lissie vm.




Pleistocene



?n sand , shale
->

    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids;  Water with hipfn chloride
         coiu'.eut rat ions.	
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


Name
                                   Area!     Lithologic
               Depth    Ihickness   Extent    Character
 Picauriont
                                              sand/shale
Fluid
Character
 usable water
.   Mineral Resources in Area;
     Field 7 miles southwest.
                                    '' oil Field five niles north and SAXET on
 >.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area;  Hells drilled deeper than 100 ft.,
      vith qualitv suitable for dories tic use, arc more than three miles Irora the
      disro.aL well site.
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):   nop's -  170
2.  PhysicaVChemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;    X/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:   N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity;    "/A	
    D.  Temperature:   x/A	
    E.  pH:    s.2	
                                      (b)

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3.  Tbxiclty:   Possible pollution bty_ hfirfprial  pnn.iiati>n	


4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;  ' N/A        '    """
5.  Degradability Level and rate;   N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      BacteriologicaJly detrimental to quality of potable ground water -  Inrftp.
      bacterial count.	
7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment:   3 septic tanks for anaerobic dieestion of
      raw waste and .settling of suspended solids.	


V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Welgfrt and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	   r.ain*	-       _4	   349
Intermediate
Injection          	   Tubing	  _2	    291
OthOT
2.  Type and Anoint of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon;  4  inch
      casing cemented  300  ft.  to  surface.
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);  N/A
 .  Packers, Centrallzers , and Other Subsurface Equipment:   A"X2" parkpr at ?q  ft
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;    4  inch  casing slotted 303-349 ft.

6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  N/A
VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:  Three - concrete septic tanks with total
       capacity of 9,200 gallons.	

2.  Filters:  ^7A
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3.  Pumps:   ? ii.P. Klectric Motor and a Myers Piston Pump.	


VIL._. OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  io/A/71        Average   IPO	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  1Q/4/7I        Average   Vacuum      Maximum    Jr'
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_     N/A	B.  19_  	C.  19

       SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;   Pressure gauge on injection tubing.
    B.  Sampling frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  Periodically
                   nnd reorted if a 5% variance occurs.
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  Continuous
          monitoring.
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;   N/A
 3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;   All casing must be tested for leakage at
          1.000 PS!; injection tubing must_be unaffected by wastes.	

    B.  Monitoring Reojllrements;  Casing and bottom hole pressure tests; complete
          chemical analysis of wastes; monitor wellhead and annulus pressure    "
          rates and total volume; report biannually; 5% deviations report immed.
    C.  Restrictions Of Operation Procedures;   Surface injection pressure shall
          not exceed 1/2 pound per foot oF depth.	
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                                               TX-28
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNTIED STATES
Permit Status:
PDR
   Operational Status:
Operating Company Name and Address:  E.T. DuPont de Nemours and company	
                                     P.O. Box 2626 - Victoria, Texas  77901
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)  17
                      (Month)
           10
2.  Latitude and Longitude:  28"3913n"/965fiti5ir
                                                            (Year)  72
3.  Well Location (Legal Description):   3B35 ft. from the northwest line and
     21,340 ft. from the northeast line of the Disideria Garcia League Survey.
1|.  County;   Victoria
                         State:    Texas
5.  SIC Classification:
         "2821
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type Of Waste Injected;   Aqueous wastes from manufacturing of nylon
     intermediates. Small quantities of nitric acid, orp.anic acids, and sa]ts.
2.  Date Well Permitted;  8/28/69
3.  Injection Rate:   300
                              Completed:
    Injection Pressure;  230
5.  Total Depth of Well;  4230         	
6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injiction Zone:   Catahouia, Miocene. 3920-4092
                                       (Month)
                                 06
                     (Year)  68
                                                                     (Gallons)
                                                          _(Year)
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)	
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:  490.024.000
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day) N/T   (Month)
10.  Previous Mode Of Disposal:   Disposal into four injection wells  at  the
      Victoria plant site. Well it I . 2.  3 and 4 .     	

 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
Beaumont
(b)
Age
Pleistocene
(c)
Depth
n
(d)
Thickness
(e)
Llthologlc
Combined thick- sand,
Description
clav
ness 1,600'
Lissie
Ooliad
Lagarto
Oakville
Pleistocene
Pliocene
Miocene
Miocene



3,000



700
sand^
sand
clay
sand
gravel



 Catahouia
    Miocene
3,700    500
                                                               sand
                                    (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Unit
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
C6) ftrdrofracturlng Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Catahoula
3,000
'1,300

1 psi/t t . est .
1 psi /ft. est.
Miocene
30
1045 to 1560

Sand



1 ,600
2 ,600



riiocene



Clays and sands


    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids;   specific gravity 1.052;
         pll 6.9; ^2.200 ppm Cl/, 69,000 ppm equivalent NaCl',  71,000 ppm TDS.
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
Beaumont
Depth Thickness
o Combined
Area! Lithologic
Extent Character
extensive clay
Fluid
Character
fresh
thickness
1,600
Li ss it1
Co Had


extensive sand, gravel
extensive sand
fresh
fresh
 .  Mineral Resources in Area:  N/A
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations In
    Immediate fydrologlcally Affected Area;  well i, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7
IV.  WASTE CHARACTEBISTTCS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  Nitric acid, organic acids,
      sodium salts, some chloride and metals.	
2.
Physical/Chemical Description
A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   N/A_
B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:   \T/A
C.  Specific Gravity;   N/A	
D.  Temperature:   50-60"c	
E.  pH;   1-4 Inject.ion nil 7.5 to K.5
                                     (b)

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3 .  Toxicity :
                N/A
    Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;   All  equipment  corrosion-
      resistant construction.
5.  Degradablllty Level and Rate;    Possible  degradation of organic  acids.
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not  sterile  at  in.-ject.lqn;  mininal biological Activity due t-n _
      anaerobic  conditions  and lack  of substrate. _
7  Pre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment;   Fioccuintfon
                                                  to
     or degradation  of  organic  materials,  settling  fnr  ininipinm nf  ?lr bmn
     filtration,  and  injection^	

V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing
                                                                           inTt.Tfp5 ,
Surface
Intermediate

  lection
Inject
Other
Hole
Size
is

Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
04

Size
9-s/ _

Depth
Set
2011


8-5/8
174 H-55
5-1/2
4230

2.  Type and Amouit of Cement, Cement Additives,  Emplacement Horizon: 9-5/8  inch
      casing - 913 sks of cement plus 47 ael . and 27, CaCl 2 and  150 sks of  ccnenr
      with 22 CaCl2; ~5-lJ'2 casing - 1000 sks of Pozmix '"5" plus 4? oel.    """"L^-


3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models):  N/A
    Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;.._Ji.iii ihnrt-nn  RTT
      packer - 3900 ft.	
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;
                                                _ 7000
     fshot) ffivivel p,TrkpH pprfor^finn A .c;hnf.q per f
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:
                                                   fnol.
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT


1.  Holding Tanks and PlOW Lines;  50 ft. diameters and 32 Ft. hi^h,  covered settling
      tank of steel construction, lined with fiberglass reinforced epoxv  resin,
      organic oil" separation tank - 60 ft. diane'ter and 12 ft. high.
2.  Filters;  Two 800 sq. ft. Parallel-arranged nressure leaf horizontal  filters

     of Inconel and stainless steel construction; 3 - 250 sg. ft. pprocarbon tub" filters
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3.  Pumps:  Precoated with dlatomaceous earth.  1^00 ft.  head	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  6/72	 Average   335	  Maximum    475
     "       6/71                    230                    280"
     "       6/70	            190                    250
     "       1/70                    185                    IZfT
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  6/72	  Average   230	  Maximum    365
                   "                  205'                    250
     "       6/70	            130	             170
     "       1/70	            240 	              350
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_7_2   112.957.000     B.  19_71   137,245,000 C.  19_71   103,927,000

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Well head and annulus pressure; injection
          lo_w rate; injection Flow volume	

    B.  Saiqpling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  Periodically
          measured and reported if a 57, variance occurs.

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  continuous
          monitoring.	
2.  Contingency Plan for Well flailure During Operation;  Possible pumping ot" wastes
      to other company wells in immediate vicinity.	
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  As permitted - to pressure test casing at
         1500 psi within a 5% variation _for one hour.	

    B.  Monitoring Requirements;  Casing^and bottom hole pressure tests; complete
         chemical analysis of wastes; monitor wellhead and annulus pressure, rates
         and'total volume; report' biannuallyj"5% deviations report immediately.
    C.  Restrictions Of Operation Procedures;  Maximum surface injection pressure
         of 1000 PBJ.	
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNTIED STffJ
                 PDR
Permit Status:	
Operating Company Name and Address:


I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA
    Operational Status:
                                                               o
                                       F.T. DuT'ont Do Norn ours  and  Company	
                                       r.O. F.ox  2626 -  Victoria.  Texas   77901
1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)	T_TL_  	      	
2.  Latitude and Longitude:    2R03CT'30"/9656'1 s'7
                                       (Month)
            in
                                                            (Year)
3.  Well Location (Legal Description):   Pe.siderJa Garcia I.c-ngue  Purvey,  3835 ft
     from the NW line and 22,340  ft.  fron  the ME  line.
1|.  County;   Victoria
                                         State:
              Texas
5.  SIC Classification:  2821
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type Of Waste Injected:   Aqueous vostos  from manufacturing,  of  nylon
     intermediates. Small quant itJos of nitric acid, organir  acids,  and  salts.
2.  Date Wellltermltted;   11/30/6 6
3.  Injection Rate:  3Qn gpln	
                                              Completed:
    Injection Pressure:
                         26(1
                        _
5.  Total Depth of Well;   4205
6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:
                                              Catnhoula, Miocene,  3^15-3969  ft.
                                                 or,
                                                           (Year)
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)	(Month)
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:  482,10],noo
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)  X/A  (Month)""
10.  Previous Mode Of Disposal:   Disposal  into veils -'1 , 2. 3,
                               6Q,
                                                                      (Gallons)
                                                           tYear)
HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
 Beaumont
 Lissie
 Goliad
 Lagarto
 Oakville
 Catahoula
                     (b)
                     Age
                     PIelstocenp
                     Pleistocene
                     Pliocene
                     Miocene	
                     Miocene	
                     Miocene
(c)      (d)         (e)
Depth    Thickness   Lithologlc Description
_0	  Combined thick-   clnv	
	  ness - 1,000 ft.  sand, gravel	
                           sand
 3, OOP
 3,700
                                               700
                                               500
                           clay
                                                                sand
                                                                sand
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                            Conflnincr Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psl
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psl
(6) Ifydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Fteservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Oakville-Catahoula
3000
1300
0.45 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Miocene
30
1045 - 1560

sand



1600
2400



Miocene



clay . sand


    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
               Depth
Beaumont-Lissie  0
           Area!
Ihickness  Extent
 Goliad
                           1600
          Llthologlc
	    Character
extensive  sand, clay
extensive  sand
Fluid
Character
 fresh
                                                             fresh
 .  Mineral Resources in Area:   N/A
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area;
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):  Nitric acid, organic acj.ds,
     sodium saltsf some fyeavy metals.	

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A   Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   N/A	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:   N/A	
    C.  Specific Gravity:  N/A	
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH:
                     N/A
              N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Tbxiclty:  X/A
 .  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;  'X/A
5.  Degradablllty Level and Rate:   possibip. tWradaMnn OF
                                                                     - i /-j_
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably not sterile at injection; minimal biological activity due tn	
     anaerobic conditions and lack of substrate.	
7.  Pre-lnJaction Waste Treatment;   N/A
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface             15	   32it/ft.	   o-5/a
Intermediate
   ection           S-5/R	   L7/'/ft.	   5-i/?
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon;  9-5/8  inch
      casing - 1217 sks cement - 5-1/2 inch casing - 65 sks  Pozmix 4- 4% Gel.
3.  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models):
 .  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:  N/A
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:   Perforations  wis-'WAn  anri  ^055-3969  (u

6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;   N/A
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:   X/A
2.  Filters:
                                     (0

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3.  Punps:   N/A	


VII.  OPERATiat'CHARACTHlISnCS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)    6/72	  Average    -no         Maximum
     11         6/71                   230	             300
     "         6/70                   190	             265
     n         6769240                    350
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present',

    Date(s)    6/72	  Average    260	  Maximum    450
     "         6/71                   175                    195
     11         6/70	             120	             150
     "         6/69                   215                    320
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19 J2    93.674.000     B.  19_71    141.681.000  C.  1922   99.828.000

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;   Wellhead and annulus pressure;  injection
          flow rate; injection flow volume.

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;   Periodically
          measured and reported if a 5% variance occurs.

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads ;   Continuous
          monitoring.
2.  Contingency  Plan for Well Failure During Operation;  Pump wastes to other
      company wells in immediate vicinity.
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Reojilrements ;   All casing must be tested for leakage at
          1000 psi; injection tubing must be unaffected by wastes.
    B.  Monitoring Requirements ;   Casing, and bottom hole pressure tests;
          pnmplete chemical analysis of wastes; monitor wellhead and annulus
          pressure, rates and total volume; report biannually; 5% deviations report
    C.  Restrtctlcns of Operation Procedures;   Maximum surface infection
                   of 1 000  sj.. _   . _   .  - -
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id.  Code:
                                                          TX-30
                    COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
 Permit Status:    PDR
                                    Operational Status:
                        DN
 Operating Company Name and Address:  E.I.  DuPont de Nemours
                                     P.O.  Box 2626 - Victor.  Texas
 1.
 2.
 3-
 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA
Entry Date of Data: (Day)  18     (Month)  09
Latitude and Longitude:  28"39I30'796561T5ir~
                     (Year)  72
Well Location (Legal Description); 4215 ft. from the NW line and 197AO ft.
      from the NE line of Desideria Garcia League Survey
     county;   victoria
                                     State:   Texas
 5.  SIC Classification;   zrci
              DATA ON WELL SITE
 1.  Type of Waste Injected; Aqueous waste from manufacture of  nylon inter-
      mediates; small quantities of nitric acid, organic acids, and salts.
 2.
 3.
 H.
 5.
 6.

 7.
 8.
 9-
10.
Date Well Permitted; 11/30/66
Injection Rate;  300 gpm	
        Completed: 1/15/69
Injection Pressure;  N/A
Total Depth of Well;   4356
Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone;  Qakville-Catahouia, Miocene
                                         3000 - 4300
Date Injection Began: (Day)   N/A  (Month)            (Year)
Total Volume Injected to Date;   N/A	"
Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Month)            (Year)
Previous Mode of Disposal;  Other injection wells at plant.
                               (Gallons)
PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

                                                         (e)
                                                         Lithologic Description
                                                          sand,  clay	
                                                          sand,  gravel
                                                         ~sand
                                                          clay
                                                          sand
                                                          sand
(a)
Name
Beaumont
Lissie
(b)
Age
Pleistocene
Pleistocene
(c)
Depth
0

(d)
Thickness

1600
 Goliad
                 Pliocene
 Lagarto
                 Miocene
 Oakville
                 Miocene
 Catanoula
                 Miocene
3000
3700
700
 0
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                             Confinine Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(M) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
C6) Hydrofracturlng Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ndllidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Oakville-Catahoula
3000
1300
0.45 si/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Miocene
30
1045 - 1560

sand, tuff



1600
2400



Miocene



clavt sand


    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids;  saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
Beaumont
Depth
 0
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
Llthologic
Character
           extensive  clay
Fluid
Character
 fresh
Lissie
           1600
Goliad
           extensive  sand, gravel
           extensive  sand
                fresh
                                              fresh
 .  Mineral Resources in Area: N/A
5.  Location of Other wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area:  N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity); Nitric acid, organic
     acids, sodium salts, and some heavy metals (Cu, Va, Ti)

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;  N/A	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/l;  N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity:
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH;   N/A
            N/A
       N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxlclty:   N/A	
i\.   Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;   Possibly corrosive from
      nitric and organic acids.	  	^	      _
5.   Degradablllty Level and Rate;    Possible degradation of organic acids
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably not sterile at injection,  minimal biological activity	

7.  Pre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment:   N/A
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
1. Casing and Tubing
Hole
Size
Surface
Casing or Tubing Depth
Weight and Grade Size Set
83# H-40 9-5/8 2002
Intermediate

Injection
Other
Stainless steel J-55 5-1/2 4356.45

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
      9-5/8" casing - 1150 sks Trinity type H + 4% gel	
      5-1/2" casing - 960 sks Pozmix + 4% gel	

3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models):   N/A
  .  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;   N/A
 5.  Bottom Hole Completion;  open hole
 6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:   N/A~
 VI.   DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

 1.   Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;   N/A
 2.   Filters:  Parallel leaf filters
                                      (c)

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3.  Pumps:   N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_    N/A	B.  19_  	C.  19_  	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Well head and annulus pressure: injection
         flow rate; in.1 action flow volume.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  Periodically
         measured and reported if 5% variance occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:  ContinuousT"

2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:  Pump to other company
      wells
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  All casing must be tested for leakage at
         1000 psi; injection tubing must be unaffected by wastes.	

    B.  Monitoring Requirements;  Casing and bottom bole pressure tests:
         complete chemical analysis of wastes; monitor well head and annulus
         pressure rates and total volume; report biannuallv	
    C.  Restrictions Of Operation Procedures;   Maximum surface injection
         pressure of 1000 psi.	____
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:   TX-31
                   COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                                       THE
                INJECTION
Permit Status:
             PDR
              	 Operational Status:_
Operating Company Name and Address:  Mobile chemical Company


I.  GENERAL IDENTIPICATION DATA
                                     P. 0. Box 386ft - Beaumont, Texas
1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day) 11
                                  (Month)
                                                10
2.  Latitude and Longitude; 29 58'19'794 03'
                                                            (Year)	72
3.  Well Location (Legal Description);  William Sipler Survey, Abs. 48, 4100 ft,
    FWL and 5430 ft. FNL.
 5.

 II.

 1.


 2.
 3.

 5-
 6.

 7.
 8.
 9.
10.
    County;  Jefferson
                                     State:
                                                   Texas
    SIC Classification;  2821
     GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

    Type of Waste Injected:  Liquid consisting of acetic acid and organic
    salts.
                           11/30/66
    Date Well Permitted;
    Injection Rate:  190,700,000
                                          Completed:
    Injection Pressure;  400 - 750 psi
    Total Depth of Well:   6030 ft.
    Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:  Miocene sand, 5932-5978 ft.
                                       (Month!oT
Date Injection Began: (Day)	
Total Volume Injected to Date:   953,515.450   (6/72)
Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Month)
Previous Mode of Disposal:   TWO surface pits.	
                                                          (Year)   67
                                                                     (Gallons)
                                                          .(Year).
HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
"Beaumont
Lissfe
Willis
Rolfaa
Catanoula
                 (b)
                   e
                   eistocene
                 -Pleistocene
                 Pliocene
                 Pliocene
                 Miocene
                                    (O
                                      5T
                                              (d)
                                              Thickness
                                               " 600   "
                                      3500
Lj/thologlc Description
clav, sand
sand
sand, silt           ~
sand
sand, silt, clay
                                    (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Unit
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(4) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(B) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millldarcles
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution

5930
48
2900
1.0 psi/ft est.
0.78 psi/ft
Miocene
33.7
31^0
52
sand, silt
widespread


1200
4700



PHocene->fiocene



clav, sand
widespread

    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids: chloride ion = 37,OQQ ppm
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
  Beaumont
  Lissie
                  Areal
       Thickness  Extent
          600
600
600
          Lithologic
          Character
extensive clay,sand       	
extensive sand, gravel   fresh
                                 Fluid
                                 Character
                                  fresh
    Mineral Resources in Area; Oil and gas  in the area.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area:   Spindle top oil field two wiles
      north.
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):  Acetic acid =  2240 ppm;
      terephthalic  acid  =  150  ppm: xvlene  =  55 ppp; methyl ethyl ketone = 50 ppin:
      paratoluic  acid  = 40  ppm;  benzoic  acid
    Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:    N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:
    C.  Specific Gravity:
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH:    N/A
                             20 ppm; other hydrocarbons =24 ppm
                       2600
          N/A
     N/A
                                     (b)

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3 .  Toxic ity :   May be toxic from acids.
^.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components; AH surface piping is stainless
      steel and tanks are aluminum to reduce corrosion. _
5.  Degradability Level and Rate: Oxidation of acids to carbon dioxide and water"
      may occur. _

6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Inject ion:
      N/A _

7.  Pre-inJection Waste Treatment;  rn control, biological treatment -
      removal, and settling.


V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing
Surface
Intermediate

  lection
tole
Size

Casing
Weight
24#
or Tubing
and Grade
J-55
Size
8-5/8
Depth
Set
2521



17#
Type 304 ss
5-1/2
6030

Qtl

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon: 8-5/8 inch
     casing - 630 sks class 11 w/8% gel. + 100 sks Densified Incor w/0.5%	
     CF12-2; 5-1/2 inch casing - 1800 sks Densifled Incor w/1% CF12-2 +
     0.2% HR-4	r^^__	
3.  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models); nil Center Tool Co. 4" stainless
     steel tree.	

1.  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment: Plup, at fiopo ft.
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:  Perforations: 5932-5978 ft. with 3 Sch. screen;
     jet cluster/ft. (4 - O7l" diameter jets/ cluster)
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:  N/A                   ~
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;  Two IQ.OOO barrel xjelded aluriinim holding
     tanks, concrete basin - 12* x 15* x 12*	

2.  Filters:Fixed bed anthracite filter
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:  Centrifugal	


VTI.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   6/68	  Average  253	  Maximum   282
              6/70                  257                    336
              6/71                  317                    360
              6/72   	           129                    276
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   6/68	 Average  693	 Maximum  720
               6/70                  415                    450
              6/71                  489                     590
               6/72                   748                    815
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  1922.   561630 r 100	B.  19H.   157.704,100   C.   197_0_   137.312.040

VIII.  SAFEIY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring  Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and  Data;  Veil  head  and  annulus  pressure;  inlection
         _flow rate and volume.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and  Water Quality  Parameters  Measured:  Periodically
         measured and  reported  if  a 5% variance  occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring  Water Levels and  Hydrostatic  Heads: Continuous
         monitorlnp.	_____________
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During  Operation;   Two 8  acre surface	
       ponds.	
3.  Regulatory  Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements: All  casinp must  be tested for  leakage  at
         1000 psi; injection tubinp must be unaffected by wastes.

    B.  Monitoring Requirements; Cas.in.g  and bottom hole  pressure tests.;  complete
         chemical analysis of wastes; monitor well head  and  annyilus pressurer
         rafr.p.s  and t-nfal vnliimp; report  biannual 1v.
    C.  Restrictions Of  Operation  Procedures; ^aximum permitted surface
         inlection pressure  of  2000 nsipr.	
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:   TX-32
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNITED
Permit Status:	
Operating Company


I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA
                                        Operational Status:
PDR	
Name and Address:  Celanese  Chemical  Company	
                   P.O.  Box  509  -  Bay City. Texas
1.  Entry Date of Data:  (Day)   01
                    (Month)
                                                 10
              (Year)   72
2.  Latitude and Longitude:  285l'45"/960oit04"
 3.  Well Location  (Legal Description):  James Moore League,  Abs No.  62
    County;    Madagorda
                       State:
                                                   Texas
 5.  SIC Classification;   2818
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type of Waste Injected;  Chemical plant wastes.
 2.   Date Well Permitted;   7/3/62
 3.   Injection Rate:   100,000^000 gpv
                            Completed:
     Injection Pressure;   200 - 700 psi
 5.   Total Depth of Well;  3553 ft.
 6.   Name,  Age,  and Depth  of Injection Zone:   Tertiary.  3300 ft~
 7.  Date Injection Began:  (Day)   26    (Month)   07
 8.  Total Volume Injected  to Date:   533.301.688
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)        (Month)
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:    N/A	
                                         (Year)   67
                                 (6/72)
                                                                      (Gallons)
                                        JYear)
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock IMits Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
 Beaumont
 Lissie
    (b)
    Age
    Pleistocene
    Pleistocene
    Pliocene
    Miocene
                                     (c)
                                     Depth
                                       0
                                       600
                                       1300
(d)
Thickness
  600
  700
  2450
                                       3750
(e)
Llthologlc Description
clay._ sand	
sand, sandstone.	
sandstone, clay	
s_and, clay	
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Unit
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(*i) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
C6) Itydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7; Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcles
tlO) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution

3300
253
0.45 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 nsi/ft est.
Tertiary
27.2 - 35.7
193 - 1389
61 at 3491 ft.
sand, sandstone
widespread


1300
3000



Tertiary



shale, clay
widespread

    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
Beaumont
Llssie
Depth
fc'iu
Thickness
600
J 3'.'"
Area!
Extent
extensive
T-tensive
Llthologlc
Character
sand, clay
sand
Fluid
Character
fresh
fresh



    Mineral Resources in Area;  There arc some producing oil and fas  wells
     in the vicinity of the disposal veil.	 	_____
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations In
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area;  N/A	
IV. -WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  chemical plant wastes
      containing - organic acids, cyclohexane, ammonia,  nylon salt,  nitrate
      and nitrite.
2.
Physical/Chemical Description
A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   N/A
B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:   N/A
C.  Specific Gravity:  N/A	
D.  Temperature:   100 F	
E.  pH:
              6.5 - 7.5
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxiclty:   M/A
4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:  N/A

5.  Degradabllity Level and Rate:  N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not  sterile  at  injection;  bacterial  activity miniinal.	

7.  Pre-inj ectlon Waste Treatment:   Trash  screen ing,, water skimmer  to remove
      oil,  pll adjustment, coarse s^nd filtration,, nolishing filters.	


V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTOUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	     48#   H-40	    13-3/8      1292
Intermediate       	     4n#   j -55	     9-5/8      3245
                   	     40#   J-55	     4-1/2      3553
Injection          	     J-55	     5-1/2    	
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:  N/A
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);   N/A
4.  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:  stainless  steel	
      packers  on  9-5/8"  casing  at  3302  ft.  TIU  "S"  packers  on  9-5/8" casing	
      at  3195  ft.	

5.  Bottom Hole Completion:  Gravel packed and screened  from  3245  to  3553 feet.

6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs,  etc.:  N/A
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EX3UIFME3TT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;   90'  x  30' x  8'  contaminated water  skimmer,
      400 million  gallon  surge  tank.	

2.  Filters:  Sand  filters, polish  filters pre-coated with  a volcanic  ash  filter
      aid.
                                     (c)

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3-  PunfJS:   Two  stage  centrifugal pump.	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   7/67	  Average   207	  Maximum   286
     "        6/68	            238	            287
     11        6/70	            297	            400
     "        6/72	            133	            282
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   7/67	  Average    162	  Maximum    186
     "        6/68	             548	             682
     11        6/70	             372	             454
     "        6/72	             243	             360
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_72   52.503.840       B.  19 11   99.591.840    C.  19.70   145,756,000

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Well head and annulus  pressure;  injection
         flow rate and volume.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured; Periodically"'
         measured and reported if a 5% variance occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  Continuous"
         monitoring.	
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements:  Pressure tested at 1000 psi on all casing;
         injection tubing must be unaffected by wastes.	

    B.  Monitoring Requirements;  Casing and bottom hole pressure tests; complete
         chemical analysis of wastes; monitor well head and annulus pressure,   ~
         rate and total volume, report biannually.	,,-rm	
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;  Maximum injection rate ot 400 ppm
         and; injection pressure of 1000 psift.	
                                      (d)

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                                             Well Id.  Code:   TX-33
                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION WELLS IN TOE UNTIED STATES
                   PDR
                                        Operational Status:o
Permit Status:	
Operating Company Name and Address:  Ceianese Chemical Company	
                                     P.O. frox 58009 - Houston. Texas
 I.   GENERAL IJENTIPICATION DATA

 1.   Bitry Date of Data: (Day)  12     (Month)   09
 2.   Latitude and Longitude: 2937'40"/950Q3'2A"Fr
                                                           (Year)	72
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description);  George B.  McKinstry Abs.  No.  A-47.
      10,200 ft, PEL and 2,850 ft.  FSL.
  .   County:    Harris
                                         State:    Texas
 5.  SIC Classification:  2818
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type of Waste Injected:  Chemical plant wastes.
2.  Date Well Permitted;  7/27/67
3.  Injection Rate:
                       190
                                               Completed:
     Injection Pressure;  450 psi
 5.  Total Depth of Well:  5512  ft.      	
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:  Miocene,  4600  -  5400  ft.
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)   31   (Month)
                                                 10
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:
                                     353,941,090
                                       (Month)
                                                          (Year)  67
                                                                     ((mlons)
                                                         JYear)
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
 Beaumont
 Altaloma
 Lissie
                     (b)
                        eistocene
                      ^'leistocene
                      Pleistocene
                      Tertiary
                                    (c)      (d)
                                    Depth    Thickness
(e)
Lithologlc Description
 clay,  sand	
 sand	
 sand,  clay
 sand,  clay	
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Descrlpticm of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Unit
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(4) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) fydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
() Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution

5250
300
2276
1.0 psi/ft est.
0.46 psi/ft est.
Miocene
31.3
333
71
sand
widespread


1450
3500



Pliocene-Miocene



sand, clay
widespread

    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
 N/A
Depth
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
 .  Mineral Resources in Area:  Clear Lake Oil Field is 1-1/2 miles west.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Ifydrologlcally Affected Area: N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity): Several aldehydes and
      Rlycols.  acetate,  acetic  acid, and methyl alcohol	
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:    50
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:    N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity:_
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH:    3.2
             N/A
       N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxiclty;   N/A
    Reactivity with Surface Equipment Coinponents;  N/A
5.  Degradability Level and Rate;  N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After  Inject ion:
     Probably not sterile at injection; bacterial activity minimal.	

7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment: Filtration and pii adjustment
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
1.  Casing and Tubing
Surface
Intermediate
Jjnjeg
Other
ection
Hole
Size
15
9-7/8
Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
32.75# H-40 ST&C
23# J-55 LT&C
Size
10-3/4
7
Depth
Set
1567
5490



Fibercast tubing
Stainless steel liner
4-1/2
4-1/2
5201
5201-5450
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon: 10-3/4
      inch casing - 650 sks Howco Lite Wate + 100 sks cement w/2% CaCl?j	
      7 inch casing - 550 dkd Howco Lite Wate + 850 sks Mary Neal Incor mixed
      with 50-50 Pozmix "A"
 3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models):  N/A
    Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:  TIW type s liner
     packer set at 5201 ft.; 10-3/4" Davis type 600 guide shoe; 10-3/4"	
     Davis fill-up float collar type 700; 4 Bemoco type E centralizers; 7"
     Davis fill-up float collar type 704; 23 centralizers.
 5.  Bottom Hole Completion; Perforations; 5349-5389 ft. and 5325-5345 ft.
      (4 shots/ft.)                   	
 6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  N/A
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIFMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:  N/A
 2.   Filters;   Plate type and cartridge type filters.
                                      (c)

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3.  Putqps:  N/A	
VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   12/68	  Average    189	  Maxlmim    276
     11        12/69                    167	             167
     "        12/70                    194                   308
              12/71                    298                   369
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   12/68	  Average    460	  Maximum    505
     "        12/69                    327	             425
     "        12/70                    450                   600
              12/71                    458                   507
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_71    103.312.320      B.  19.70    113.825.000  C.  19	 	

VIII.  SAFETC INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data: Well head  and  annulus pressure;  injection
          flow  rate  and  volume.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured; Periodically
          measured and reported  if  a 5% variance occurs.


    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads; continuous
          monitoring.	
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation; Pump waste to other
      company well.  	,____^_________________._______________________
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  All  casing  must be  tested  for leakage  at
          1000  psi;  injection  tubing must be unaffected  by wastes.	

    B.  Monitoring Requirements;   Monitoring well;  casing and  bottom hole  pressure
          tests; monitor well  and  annulus pressure,  rates  and volume;  complete
          chemical analysis; report biannually.	
lysis;
jf Opei
    C.  Restrictions Of Operation Procedures;  Maximum surface  injection  pressure
          of 1500 psi%  and rate of  400 Rpm.		
                                      (d)

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                                             Well Id.  Code:   TX-3A
                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNTIED STATES
                                         Operational Status:	o_
Permit Status:	                      	
Operating Company Name and Address:  General Aniline and Film Corporation
                                     P.O. Box 2141 - Texas City. Texas
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)  01     (Month)  09
2.  Latitude and Longitude:  29"32'00"/95C
                                                            (Year)  72
 3.  Vfell Location (Legal Description); John Lytle Survey, 2800 ft. FNL and
      2060 ft. PEL.
 |.  County;  flalyeston
                                         State:  Texas
 5.  SIC Classification;  2818
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type Of Waste Injected; Aqueous effluent from chemical manufacturing
 2.  Date Well Permitted:  10/16/67
                                              Completed:
 3.  Injection Rate:  76,000,000 gpy
 l.  Injection Pressure;  430 psi
 5.  Total Depth of Well; A1A5 ft.
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone: oakville. Miocene
                                             3800-4200 ft.
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)	(Month)  6T
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date;  217.705.042   (7/72)
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;  N/A
                                                          (Year)  68
                                       (Month)
                                                                     (Gallons)
                      _(Year)
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
 Beaumont
 Lissie
 Goliad
 Lagarto
                     (b)
 Oakvirie
                     Pleistocene
                     Pleistocene
                     Pliocene
                     Miocene
                     Miocene
(c)      (d)         (e)
Depth    Thickness   Llthologlc Description
  0        950	  sand, clay	
  950      750       sand	
  1700   	  sand	
	 	  clay
  3800     55T)       sandstone
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                         Confining Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) ftrdrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
CIO) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Oakville
3800
400
1835
1.0 psi/ft est
1.0 psi/ft est.
Miocene
30
23 - 1478

sand, sandstone
widespread

Lissie-Laparto
950
2700



Pleistocene-Miocene



sand, clay
widespread

    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids: TDS = 116,832
         Cl" = 71,000 pptn; Na = 40,430 ppm; Mp = 986 ppm; pll = 6.87
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
 Beaumont
                                Area!     Lithologic
            Depth    Thickness  Extent    Character
              Q	    950	  extensive clay, sand
Fluid
Character
potable
 U  Mineral Resources in Area:  Two oil producing fields within 3 miles.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Imnediate Hydrologically Affected Area:  OAF water well 663 ft. deep on
     plant site; Humble Oil and Refinery water well 1-1/2 miles west.
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):  Primarily organics
     including alcohols, aldehydes and acetates; sodium hydroxide and	
     sulfuric acid.
2.
Physical/Chemical Description
A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:  N/A
B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:  N/A~
C.  Specific Gravity:   N/A
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH:  N/A
                  N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:  N/A
    Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components; Possible corrosion of metallic
     fixtures.
5-  Degradabllity Level and rate:  Organics may be degraded chemically or
     biologically.
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection;
     Probably not sterile at injection; bacterial activity nininal.	

7.  Pre-inJeCtion Waste Treatment:  pH control, storage for settling and
     filtering.
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing
                   Hole
                   Size
Surface
Intermediate

Injection
Other
Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade         Size
  48#	   13-3/8
.  ii-40	    9-5/8
  J-55	    4-1/2
  Stainless Steel	    5-9/16
  Screen	  	
Depth
Set
 1043
 3624
 3351
 3370-4070
 3686-4016
2.  Type and Anoint of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon: 13-3/3
     Inch casing - 520 sks cement;  9-5/8 inch casing - 717 sks  cement	
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models):  standard Christmas  tree with
     pressure gauges.      	                 	
M.  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment: 20  hinged  centralizers,.
     2 positive grip stop collars in 9-5/8 inch  casing.  50 pipe  wipers  on  13-3/8
      inch casinp.	

5.  Bottom Hole Completion:  Travel Backed screen.
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  N/A
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:  Two  small  apitation  tvnks  and  one  storage
     pond lined with  hydromat.
2.  Filters:   Polishinp  rilter
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps: Centrifugal.,	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   6/68	  Average   10	  Maximum    135
     "         6/69	            85	             120
     11         6/70	            155	             180
     11         6/72	            145                    182
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   6/68	  Average    135	  Maximum    240
     "         6/69                    450                    500
     "         6/70	             425	             450
     11         6/71	             430	.             500
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  1922    38.286.640       B.  1971    65.635.402   C.  1970.  56.699.000

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data; Well head  and  annulus  pressure;  injection
          flow  rate  and  volume.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  Periodically
          measured  and reported  if a 5%  variance occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads: continuous
          monitoring.	
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:
 3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  A11 casing must be tested for leakage at
         1000 psi; injection tubing must be unaffected by wastes.

    B.  Monitoring Recjuirements:  Casing and bottom hole pressure tests;  complete
         chemical analysis of wastes;  monitor well head and annulus pressure.
         rate and total volume; report biannuallv.	
    C.  Restrictions Of Operation Procedures;  Permitted maximum rate of
         150

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                                            Well Id. Code:  TX-TS
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN TOE UNITED STATES
                  PDF
                                        Operational Status:   NOP
Permit Status:	
Operating Company Name and Address:  Phillips Petroleum Company, Cactus Plant
                                     P.O. Box 358 - Phillips. Texas
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)   01    (Month)	09_
2.  Latitude and Longitude:   3601'42'V
                                                           (Year)   72
3.  Well Location (Legal Description);  84.16 ft. FWL and 836.22 ft. FSL
     of Texas and New Orleans RR Survey. Block 2-T. Section 38	
    County:    Moore
                                         State :   Texas
5.  SIC Classification:  2871
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type of Waste Injected;  Waste effluent from the production of ammonia,
nitric acid, ammonium nitrate^
and nitrogen fertilizers

2. Date Well Permitted: 2/29/68
Completed :
3. Injection Rate: N/A
1. Injection Pressure: N/A
5. Total Depth of Well: 4270 ft.
6. Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone: Council Grove, Permian
7. Date Injection Besm: (Day)
b. Total Volume Injected to Date:
9. Date Injection Ceased: (Day) \i
3882 ft.
(Month) 07 (Year) 68
32,857.515 (Gallons)
(Month) 09 (Year) 70
10. Previous Mode of Disposal: N/A

HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 Qgallala
 Red Beds
 Blaine
 Glorietta
 Clearfork
 Cimarron
 Red Cove
                     (b)
                     Age
                     Recent
                     Pliocene
                     Permian
                     Permian
                     Permian
                     Permian
                     Permian
                     Permian
 Panhandle  Lime
 Brown	
 Neva 	
 Council Grove
                     Permian
                     Permian
                     Permian
                     Permian
                                     (c)
                                     Depth
                                      0
                                      200
                                      600
                                      950
                                      1250
                                      1470
                                      1700
                                      2000
                                      2760
                                      3100
                                      3740
(d)         (e)
Thickness   Lithologic Description
   200      caliche, sand	
   400      sand
   350      shale	
   300      gypsum, shale
   220      sand	
   230      shale, evaporites
   300      anhydrite, dolomite
   7~6l5shale, salt, sand
   340anhydrite, dolomite
   740      dolomite
   142limestone
            limestone, shale
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                             Confinine Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Ihickness (Pt.)
C*0 Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
C6) Ifydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Uhit
(B) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
CIO) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Council Grove
3882
400
0.45 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Permian
8-16


limestone, shale



600
3600



Permian



carbonates, shale
evaporites

    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids: Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
 Ogallala
Depth
  200
           Area!
Ihickness  Extent
          Llthologlc
          Character
  400
uxtensive  sand
Fluid
Character
fresh
    Mineral Resources in Area;  The Brown Dolomite is a gas producing formation
     in the area of the disposal well.	_____
5  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area; Gas wells surround the disposal	
     site (21 within 2-1/2 miles), domestic and stock water wells and irrigation
     wells found within 2-1/2 miles.
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity); chemical plant wastes
     including ammonia, nitric acid, ammonium nitrate and fluoride.	

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:  N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, m&/l:  5730
    C.  Specific Gravity:  N/A
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH;  7.2
       N/A
                                     (b)

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3  TOXJClty'  Possible methemoglobinemia and gaatonintestinal problems due
     to excessive Nfl".	
    Reactivity with Surface Equipment Conponents:  None
5.  Degradability Level and Rate;  None
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably not sterile at injection and bacterial activity minimized by
     lack of substrate and anaerobic conditions.	
7.  Pre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment;  A flocculating agent (Powell NP20 or
     Halliburton FR-8) will be added to settle out the suspended solids.	


V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
1. Casing and Tubing
Hole
Size
Surface 13-3/4
Intermediate 9-7/8
Casing
Weight
40. 5//
20//
or Tubing
and Grade
J-55
J-55
Size
10-3/4
7
Depth
Set
1617
4270

Injection
Other
Fiberglass


3-1/2

3975

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon; 10-3/4
      inch casing - cemented to surface; 7 inch casing - cemented to 3050 ft.
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models):
 .  Packers, CentralizersV and Other Subsurface Equipment:   N/A
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:  Perforated 4220 - 3932 ft.
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  N/A"
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIFMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines: Settling pond,  asphalt lined.  60*  x 60'  x 6'


2.  Filters:  N/A
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3.  Pumps:    N/A _


                CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s) _  Average _  Maximum
     it
     it
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
     it
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_    N/A	B.  19_  	C.  19_  	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Well head and annulus pressure; injection
          flow  rate and volume	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured; Periodically
          measured and reported  if  a 5% variance occurs.	

    C.  frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  Continuous
          monitoring.
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation; N/A	
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  All  casing must be  tested  for  leakage  at	
         1000 psi;  injection tubing  must be  unaffected  by wastes.	

    B.  Monitoring Requirements:  Casing  and bottom hole pressure tests; "complete
         chemical analysis  of wastes;  monitor well head and  annulus pressure,
         rate and total volume;  report biannually.	
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;   N/A
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:  Tx-36
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN TOE UNlllflJ STATES
Permit Status:
                  PDR
                                        Operational Status:
              0
Operating Company Name and Address:  Arco Chemical Company	
                                     P.O. Box 777 - Channelview. Texas
 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data: (Day)	12
                                      (Month)	09
                                   	
2.  Latitude and Longitude;  29e51t05"/95007'2l"
                                                           (Year)	72
3.  Well Location (Legal Description);  N/A
     County;    Harris
                                         State:
                                                   Texas
5.  SIC Classification:   2821
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type of Waste Injected: Manufacture of metaxylene, 150 phthalic acid,
     MEK. SMA resins.	
2.  Date Well Permitted;  1/25/68
3.  Injection Rate;  400 gpm
                                              Completed :
    Injection Pressure:  1000 psi
5.  Total Depth of Well;  6983 ft.
6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone;  Frio Sand, Eocene
                                             4300 ft.
                                       (Month!03
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)	
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)_
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:
                                                          (Year)   69
                                     401.167.800   (7/72)
                                                                     (Gallons)
                                       (Month)
                                 N/A
                                                         JYear)
HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
Beaumont-Lissie
Willis
Goliad
Lagarto
Oakville
^afahoula
(b)
Age
Pleistocene
Pliocene
Pliocene
Miocene
Miocene
Miocene
(c)
Depth
0




4100
(d)
Thickness
1000




200
(e)
Llthologic Description
sand, clay
sand
sand, clay
clay
sand
sand, clay
 Frio
                     Eocene
                                       4300
2600
sand, clay
                                    (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                         Confinine Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
00 Formation Fluid Pressure, psl
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psl
(6) Itydrofracturlng Pressure, psl
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution
Frio
4300
2600
0.45 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Eocene
16 - 35
22 - 3400

sand, clay
widespread


3200
1000



Miocene



sand, clay
widespread

    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids: Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name            Depth
 Beaumont-Lissie  0
 Willis	  	
                     Ihickness
Areal
Extent
Llthologic
Character
                                extensive  sand, clay
Fluid
Character
fresh
                                extensive  sand
                         fresh
    Mineral Resources in Area;  Oil is produced in the area in the North
     Channelview Oil Field located one mile southeast of the well site.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate tfydrologically Affected Area;  N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);Waste liquid from a petro-
      chemical plant  operation  containing sodium  phthalate, methyl ethyl ketone,
      acetic  acid,  sulfuric  acid, sodium hydroxide	
                                       N/A
Physical/Chemical Description
A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mgA:	
B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/l:~:T/A
C.  Specific Gravity:_
D.  Temperature:
E.  pH;   N/A
                            N/A
                       N/A
                                     (b)

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3.   Toxicity:   N/A	


i|.   Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components: Corrosive; all equipment"
     constructed of Alloy 201 or fiberglass.	
5.   Degradabllity Level and Rate;  None
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After InJection:
     Probably not sterile at injection; possible anaerobic degradation of	
     organics.		
7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment: pH adjustment and storage in plastic lined
     pond after filtering in a metal tank, oil skimming, and addition of	
    ""^Sinclair 5011 to prevent calcium and barium sulfate scale.                ~

V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing
Surface
Intermediate

   Jection
Ihjc
Othe
Ptole
Size
22
14-3/4
9-3/4

Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
65# J-55
45. 5// J-55
29. 7# N-80
12. 75# Hvdril
Size
16
10-3/4
7-5/8
4-1/2
Depth
Set
2013
3850
6960
6494

   ier

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:  N/A
 3.  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models):  N/A
    Packers, Centralizers , and Other Subsurface Equipment:  D.V. tool; Baker
      model "DA"  packer with  latch in seal assembly.     _
 5  Bottom Hole Completion:  Perforations - 64 shots @ 6756 - 6772 ft. and
      40 shots  (3 6865 - 6875  ft.
 6.  Hydraulic  Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  N/A
 VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIFMENT

 1.   Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:  Plactic  lined pond  (300' x 350').
      metal tank (70* x  110')	

 2.   Filters:N/A
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3.  Punps:   N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   6/6Q	  Average   105	  Maximum   430
     "         6/70	            204	            250
     "         6/71	            188	            485
     "         6/72	            295	            385
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   6/69	  Average   575	  Maximum   770
     "         6/70	            1162	            1320
     11         6/71	            420	            930
     n
               6/72	            810	            985
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19 jy.    133.967.120      B.  192P_   129.287.960  C.  19	  	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Well head and annulus pressure; injection
          flow rate and volume.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured; Periodically
          measured and reported if a 5% variance occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads; Continuous
          monitoring.	
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation; N/A
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  All casing must be tested at 1000 psi	
          for  leakage; injection tubing must be unaffected by wastes.	

    B.  Monitoring Requirements: Casing and bottom hole pressure tests; complete
          chemical analysis  of wastes; monitor well head and annulus pressure,
          rate and total volume; report biannually.	
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures; Maximum operating pressure of
          1300 psi.	
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:    TX-37
                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION WETJ-S IN THE UNITED STATES

 Permit Status;    PND	Operational Status:    PND
 Operating Company Name and Address:  Arco chemical Co.
                                     P.O. Box 777, Chanrielview.  Texas

 I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.  Entry Date of Data:  (Day)  10     (Month)   09	(Year)	73_
 2.  Latitude and Longitude;   2951'05f'/95a07'21"          	
 3.  Well Location (Legal  Description);  N/A
 4.  County:   Harris                     State;
 5.  SIC Classification:  zs?i
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type of Waste Injected;  Manufacture of metaxylene,  150  phthalic acic,
       MEK,  SMA	ZIIIZZIIIZZIIZZZZZZIIIIIIZZIIZZZIIIIZI

 2.  Date Well Permitted;   iu////u             Completed;
 3.  Injection Rate:  N/A	
 4.  Injection Pressure;    N/A
 5.  Total Depth of Well:   N/A          	
 6.  Name, Age,  and Depth  of Injection Zone:   N/A
 7.  Date Injection Began:  (Day)  N/A   (Month)            (Year)
 8.  Ibtal Volume Injected  to Date:    N/A                            (Gallons)
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Month)            (Year)	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:   N/A	
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
    N/A
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                    Confinine Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
5) Lithostatlc Pressure, psi
6) Ifydrofracturing Pressure, psi
7) Age of Unit
8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, raillidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution


























    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


Name            Depth
           Areal
Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
    Mineral Resources in Area:
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area:	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity)
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/l:_
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:"
    C.  Specific Gravity:	~
    D.  Temperature:	
    E.  pH:	
                                     (b)

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3.   Ibxlcity:	
 .  Reactivity with Surface Equipment ConponentsT
5.  Degradabi lity Level and Rate:
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:


7.  Rre-injection Waste Treatment;
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	  	  	  	
Intermediate       	  	  	  	

  lection
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
3.  Wen Head Equipment (Name and Models):
 .  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.
VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIFMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:	
2.  Filters:
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
     it
     it
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
     it
     it
     it
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_ 	B.  19_  	C.  19_

VIII.  SAFETY DEFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and  Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:

2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:
 3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code;     TX-39

                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND
                    INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNITED
 Permit Status ;   PDR _ __ Operational Status :    DN
Operating Company Name and Address; San Patricio Municipal Water
                                    P.O. Drawer 5 - Ineleside. Texas
 I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.  Entry Date of Data:  (Day)  16      (Month)   09	(Year)
 2.  Latitude and  Longitude:  2753'30"/9715'00"
 3.  VfeU Location (Legal Description);  T.T. Williamson Survey Ab.  293.  2300 ft,
      from the north line and 30 ft.  from the west line	
 I).  County:    San Patricio               State;     Texas	
 5.  SIC Classification;    4952          	

 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL  SITE

 1.  Type of  Waste Injected;  Wash dewn operation water in water treatment plant
      plus  some excess  chlorine that  may spill from the chlorinator.	

 2.  Date Well Permitted;   6/11/69            Completed;
 3.  Injection Rate;  50 gpd	
 i.  Injection Pressure;   gravity	
 5.  Total  Depth of Well;   20 ft.       	
 6.  Name,  Age, and Depth of  Injection Zone:  Beaumont. Pleistocene
                                              0-20 ft.
 7.  Date Injection Began:  (Day)   N/A   (MonEn)             (Year)
 8.  Total Volume Injected  to Date;   N/A	(Gallons)'
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)        (Month)             (Year)     	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;  N/A	
 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)             (c)      (d)          (e)
 Name                 Age             Depth    Thickness   Llthologic Description
 Dune deposits	  Recent	   0       	  sand
 Beaumont             Pleistocene     0                   sand,  clay
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                         Confinine Bed
(I) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(4) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Ifydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Beaumont
0
20



Pleistocene



sand, clay















    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:   None
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
 None
                                Area!     Lithologic
            Depth    Thickness  Extent    Character
Fluid
Character
4.  Mineral Resources in Area:  N/A
5.  Location of Otherwells, Abandoned wells, and Other renetrations in
    Immediate Jfydrologlcally Affected Area;   N/A	
IV.  WASTE CTARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):  Fresh water
  occasionally contains some excess chlorine that may spill  from t-he
  chlorinator.	.	
Physical/Chemical Description
A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:   N/A	
B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:   N/A
C.  Specific Gravity:_
D.  Temperature:
E.  pH;    N/A
                            N/A
                       N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Itaxlclty; Non-toxic except when chlorine contint is transiently excessive,
      Probably irritating rather than toxic.	

i.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components: When chlorine is present.it
      will corrode iron, stainless steel, aluminum, etc.	
5-  Degradablllty Level and Rate; None
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably none when the chlorine level is appreciable.	

7.  Fre-lnjection Waste Treatment;  Grit basin in treatment plant to catch
      large material.	


V.  WELL DESIGN AND INSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and TUblng

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface             24	  	 	  _2Q	
Intermediate
Injection          	   Perforated tubine	    4	   20
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon;  None
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);  None
 .  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:   None
5.  Bottom Hole Completion: Perforations in tubing with annulus filled with
      very coarse aggregate.         	
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  None
VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:    Cast iron pipe to well (underground).


2.  Filters: None
                                     (0

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3.  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_  	B.  19_  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:
3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;
                                     (d)

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                                            Well  Id.  Code:    TX-40
                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    "INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNITED STATES

 Permit Status:    PNC	Operational Status:   PC	
 Operating Company Name and Address: Texas  Eastern Trans.  GO.	


.1.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date  of Data: (Day)  12      (Month)   05	(Year)  73
 2.   Latitude and Longitude:  N/A
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description):    N/A
 M.   County:    Chambers	State:    Texas
 5.   SIC Classification;  N/A	
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.   Type of Waste Injected;   N/A
 2.  Date Well Permitted:   N/A	Completed:
 3.  Injection Rate;  N/A
     Injection Pressure;    N/A
 5.  Total Depth of Well;  N/A
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:  N/A
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)  N/A   (Month)            (Year)
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date;   N/A       	           (Gallons)'
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Month)            (Year)	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:  N/A	
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   LithologicDescription
    N/A
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Unit
(1) tame
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Ifydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, bC
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution


























    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


Name            Depth
           Areal
Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
4.  Mineral Resources in Area:
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Iirmediate Hydrologically Affected Area:	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity)
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:.
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:"
    C.  Specific Gravity:	~
    D.  Temperature:	
    E.  pH:	
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:	
H.  Reactivity with Surface Equlpnent Components;
5.  Degpadabllity Level am Rate:
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment;
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
1.  Casing and Tubing
                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface
Intermediate
Injection
(5th
ler
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
 3-  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models):
    Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:
 5.  Bottom Hole Completion:
 6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc"!
 VI.   DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT
 1.   Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:	

 2.   Filters:
                                      (c)

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3.  Pumps:	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_  	B.  19_  	C.  19_

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuringwater Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:
 3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:  TX-41
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNITED STATES
Permit Status:   PDF
                   Operational Status:
                          MOP
Operating Company Name and Address: Duvaii Corporation
                                    P.O. Box 1507 - Fort Stockton. Texas
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA
1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)   16    (Month)	09
2.  Latitude and Longitude:  3106'12"/102A81ioTr
                                      (Year)	72
3.  Well Location (Legal Description);  GC & SF RR Survey, Abs. NO. 3008.
     1500 ft. FSL and 1077.8 ft. FEL of section 589.
it.  County:    Pecos
                    State:   Texas
5.  SIC Classification:   1477
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type of Waste Injected:   Calcium carbonate and water slurry from water
2.
3.
5*.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
softening.

Date Well Permitted: 8/23/68
Injection Rate: 350 - 400 eom
Injection Pressure: ti/A
Total Depth of Well: 650 ft.
Name, Age, and Depth of Injection
Date Injection Began: (Day)
Total Volume Injected to Date: u
Date Injection Ceased: (Day)
Previous Mode of Disposal: N/A



Completed :



Zone: Castile, Permian
425 - 650 ft.
(Month) 09 (Year) 68
7 A (Gallons)
(Month) (Year)


HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION
1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
Pecos Aquifer
Red Beds	
Rustler	
Castile	
Tansil	
Yate
(b)
Age
 Cretaceous
 Permian
 Permian
 Permian
 Permian
(c)
Depth
  Q
  112
  300
  425
  638
  830
(d)
Thickness
   112
   188
   125
   213
   192
(e)
Lithologlc Description
sand,  caliche,  gravel
shfele	
anhydrite,  limestone
limestone,  sulfur	
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
Injection Unit Confinine Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(*0 Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Uhit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Castile
425
213
0.45 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est
Permian



limestone
t
widespread
Red Beds-Rustler
112
313



Permian



shale, anhydrite
limestone
widespread
    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:
         pounds  in solution.	
                                                   Abundant sulfur com-
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
  Alluvium
  Pecos
  Rustler
            Depth
              0
            _Q	
              300
  Thickness
     112
     125
Area!
Extent
Lithologic
Character
variable   ^and,gravel
extensive
extensive
 sand,  gravel
 limestone
Fluid
Character
IDS * 50dO ppm
IDS = 5000 ppm
IDS = 5000 ppm
l.  Mineral Resources in Area:    Sulfur deposits,   oil fields;  Reiner -
      1/2 mile NW;  Heiner South Field - 3/4 mile  S;  Pecos  Valley  field -
      1-1/2 miles NE;  Henderson - Pecos Field - 3 miles W.	

    Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations  in
    Inmediate Hydrologically Affected Area;   N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  Water is a slurry consisting
      of an estimated 10-20% CaCCL  suspension with sulfate, sodium and chloride.
    B.
    C.
    D.
    E.
                                        32,900
Physical/Chemical Description
A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:
    Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;'   5,100
    Specific Gravity:_
    Temperature:
    pH;  7.9
     N/A
N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  TbxlcIty :  None	


i|.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components: None
5.   Degradability Level ana Rate:   None
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not  sterile  at  injection; bacterial activity minimal.	

7.  Pre-injectlon Waste Treatment:  Soda ash  is mixed to precipitate dissolved
      calcium as  calcium carbonate.   Sodium sulfate is the soluble by-product.
      The  process decreases hardness  but does not lower suspended solids.	

V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing
Surface
Intermediate

  lection
Inject
Other
Hole
Size

Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
28# J-55 T&C
Size
8-5/8
Depth
Set
400



24# J-55 T&C
6-5/8
425

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
      8-5/8  inch  casing -  cemented  to surface.	
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models): N/A
 .  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:  N/A
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;  Open hole completion.
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.; ' N/A"
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:   N/A
2.  Filters:   NTT
                                     (0

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3.  Pumps:    N/A	


VII.  OPERATION. jGHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19	    N/A	B.  19	  	C.  19		

VTII.  SAFEIY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:   Well head and annulus pressure; injection
          flow rate and volume.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured; Periodically
          measured and reported if a 5% variance occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  Continuous
          monitoring.	
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:  N/A
 3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  All casing must be tested for leakage at
         1000 osi: injection tubing must be unaffected by wastes.	

    B.  Monitoring Requirements;   Casing and bottom hole pressure tests; complete
         chemical  analysis of wastes; monitor well head and annulus pressure.
         rate and  total volume: report biannually.	
il volume:
:>f Operatii
     C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;  N/A
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:    TX-42.43

                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                   "INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNTIED STATES

Permit Status;   PNC	Operational Status:   PC
Operating Company Name and Address:  Petro-Tex Chemical Corp


I.  GENERAL HgMnFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data:  (Day)  10     (Month)   09	(Year)	
2.  Latitude and Longitude:  N/A
 3.  Well Location  (Legal Description):   N/A
 H.  County:   Harris	State:  Texas
 5.  SIC Classification:    2899	
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type  of Waste Injected;    N/A
 2.   Date Well  Permitted:   N/A	Completed:
 3.   Injection  Rate:    NTT
 M.   Injection Pressure;    N/A
 5.   Total Depth of Well:   N/A
 6.   Name,  Age,  and Depth  of Injection Zone;   N/A
 7.   Date Injection Began:  (Day)  N/A    (Month)             (Year)
 8.   Total Volume Injected  to Date:  N/A'      	           (Gallons)'
 9.   Date Injection Ceased: (Day)        (Month)             (Year)      	
10.   Previous Mode of Disposal:   N/A	
 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units  Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)             (c)      (d)          (e)
 Name                 Age             Depth    Thickness    Lithologic Description
                      J-                   	   		
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                             Confining Bed
U) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psl
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, raillidareles
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution


























    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


                Depth
Name
           Areal
Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
    Mineral Resources in Area:
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area:	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity)
2.
    Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:"
    C.  Specific Gravity:	"
    D.  Temperature:	
    E.  pH:_	
                                     (b)

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3.  Tbxlcity:	


4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;
5.  Degradabillty Level and Rate:
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:


7.  Pre-lnjection Waste Treatment:
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	  	  	  	
Intermediate       	  	  	  	

  lection
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models):
 *.  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:	
2.  Filters:
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
     it
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_  	B.  19_  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;
3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:  ix-44
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNTIED STATES
Permit Status:
                  PDR
                                        Operational Status:
                                                                NOI1P
Operating Company Name and Address:  u.s. Peroxy^en Division, Argus chemical Co
                                     P.O. Box 458 - Marshall. Texas 75670	
 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data: (Day)  01
                                      (Month)	09
2.  Latitude and Longitude;  3235'48"/9422'l2"
                                                           (Year)  72
3.  Well Location (Legal Description); 2883 ft. FEL and 500 ft. FSL of J.E.
    Fields Survey                  	       	
1.  County;    Harrison
                                         State:   Texas
5.  SIC Classification;  2841
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type of Waste Injected:   Waster by-product of a peroxide manufacturing
    process.	
                           9/30/68
 2.  Date Well Permitted:	
 3.  Injection Rate;  2.600.000 gpy
                                              Completed:
    Injection Pressure;  800 psi
5.  Total Depth of Well:  3900 ft., plugged back to 2542 ft.
6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:  Blossom, Cretaceo'us'
                                             2410 ft.
                                       (Month)  11
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)  20
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:_
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:
                                     3.676.000
                                       (Month)
                                 N/A
                                                          (Year)	68
                                                                     (Gallons)
                                                          _(Year)
PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
Clairborne
Wilcox
 Midway
 Nacatoch
 Blossom
 Paluxy
                     (b)
                     Age
                     Cretaceous
                     Cretaceous
                     Cretaceous
                     Greatceous
                     Cretaceous
                     Cretaceous
                                     (c)
                                     Depth


                                       450

                                       2410
                                       3T70~
(d)         (e)
Thickness   Llthologic Description
            sandstone
  450sandstone
  1000      shale
	  shale, sandstone
            sandstone
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
Injection Unit Confinlrwr Bed
U) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(4) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Fteservoir Temperature, C
(11) C!haracter and Area!
Distribution
Nacatoch-Blossom
2410

0.45 psi/ft eat.
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Cretaceous
20 - 25
1 - 100
40 - 62
sand, shale


Midway
450
1000



Cretaceous



shale


    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
 Wilcox
Depth
  387
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
Llthologic
Character
           extensive sand
Fluid
Character
potable
4.  Mineral Resources in Area;  The plant is located in the Woodlawn Gas Field.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area: N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity); Hydrogen peroxide, organic
      peroxides,  ketones,  ^sterq,  sulfuric  acid, hydrochloric acid, organic acids.
      sodium Chloride,  sodium sulfatQ,  and  alcohol
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:
    C.  Specific Gravity:   N/A	'
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH;
                        N/A
                        176.740
       N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxiclty:    N/A
M.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:  Corrosive due to presence
     of acids, peroxides and sodium chloride. _
5.  Degradability Level and Rate: Possible chemical degradation and oxidation
     of organics.   _

6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Possibly sterile at injection. _

7.  Pre-lnJ action Waste Treatment;   Oil skimmer and clear filter.
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing
Surface
Intermediate

Injection
Other

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:  8-5/8
     inch casing - 283 sks cement w/12% gel and 2% CaCL,;  5-1/2 inch casing -
     950 sks 50-50 Pozmix w/10# Gilsonite per sack and 1%  CFR-2.

3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models):  N/A
Hole
Size




Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
20# J-55
14# J-55
17# with TK-75
4.7# J-55 EUE
Size
8-5/8
5-1/2
5-1/2
2
Depth
Set
670
3922
2312-2567
3663

     Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;  Baker model "AD"
     fiberglass Hybrid tension packer.
 5.   Bottom Hole Completion:   Perforated at 2453 - 249A ft.

 6.   Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  N/A
 VI.   DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

 1.   Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:  Polymer storage tanks (3)


 2.   Filters:   Clear filters.
                                      (C)

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3.  Pumps:    N/A


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpra (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   12/69	  Average    30	  Maximum   30
     "        12/70	             30	        	30.
     "        12/71	             30	        	30
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   12/69	  Average    750	 MaxJnum   soo
     "        12/70                   750                  850
     "        12/71	             750	           850
     n	'	                 -              
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_71   2.660.000	B.  19_70   1.016.000   C.  19	 	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and  Data;  Well head and annulus pressure; injection
         flow rate and volume.	

    B.  Sanplirig Frequency and  Water Quality Parameters Measured: Periodically
         measured and reported if a 5% variance occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring  Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:Continuous
         monitoring.
2.  Contingency Plan for WeH Failure During Operation:   N/A
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements:   Minimum 12 hour test of all casing	
          at 1000 psi; injection  tubing must pe unaffected bv wastes.	

    B.  Monitoring Requirements;  Casing and bottom hole pressure testsi  complete
          chemical ananlysis of washes I monitor well I^ead pressure, rates and
          total volume; report biannualIv.
    C.  Restrictions Of Operation Procedures;  Maximum operational surface
          injection pressure! 3-5,00 pai fPaJ.uxy Saqd) ( 1QOQ psi ( Blossom'),	
          700_psi (Nacatoch Sand).	

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                                            Well Id. Code:  ix-45
                   COMPILATION gF .MySgRlAL AND. MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNITED STATES
Permit Status:
                   PDR
  Operational Status:
              JL.
Operating Company Name and Address: Celanese Chemical Company	
                                    P.O. Box 58009 - Houston. Texas
I.  GENERAL KefTIFICATION DATA

1.  Qitry Date of Data: (Day)  01     (Month)  09
2.  Latitude and Longitude; 2937>40"/9503'24"
                                                            (Year)	79
3.  Well Location (Legal Description); George B. HcKinstry Survey.  Abs.  No.  47
l\.  County;   Harris
                                          State:    Texas
5.  SIC Classification:   2818
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type of Waste Injected;   Acetaldehyde, acetic acid, chlorinated acetaldehyde.
     and water.
 2.  Date Well Permitted;   12/9/68
 3.  Injection Rate:   35,000,000 gpy
                                              Completed:
    Injection Pressure;   500 psi
5.  Total Depth of Well;  5512 ft.
6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:  Miocene, 4600 - 5444 ft.

                                       (Month)  06
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)	
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:	
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;    N/A
                    (Year)69
                                      468,068,859
                               (Gallons)
                                       (Month)
                    JYear)
HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
Beaumont
Altaloma
Lissie


(b)
Age
Pleistocene
Pleistocene.
Pleistocene.
Pliocene
Miocene
(c)
Depth
0




(d)
Thickness





(e)
Lithologic Description
clay
sand
sand, clay
sand
sand
Frio
                      Oligocene
6050
400
sand
                                    (a)

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    B.  Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Infection Unit
                                                         Confinine Bed
U)  Name
127  Depth
                                    5000
1450
     Thickness
                                                         3650
{TQ  Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
                                    2285
     Lithostatic Pressures psi
                                    1.0 psi/ft est.
(6)  Hydrofracturing Pressure^ ps 1
                                    0.464 psi/ft est.
(7)  Age of Unit
                                    Miocene
Pliocene-Miocene
     Porosity %
                                    28 - 33
     Permeability, mlTliaarcies
                                    400 - 500
     Reservoir Temperature, C
                                    55'
     Character and Area!
     Distribution
                                    sand
clay
    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids: IDS  =  105,300  ppm;
         Cl"_= 63.000  ppm;  Na._-^  35.200  ppm;  Ca   35.000 ppm;  Mg = 930 ppm


3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
  N/A
                                Area!     Lithologic     Fluid
            Depth    Thickness  Extent    Character      Character
    Mineral Resources in Area:   Clear Lake oil field is  1/2  mile west.   The
     oil and gas from this field is  produced from a salt  dome.
5-  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area;    N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):  Acetaldehyde,  acetic acid,
      chlorinated acetaldehyde, glycols, acetate, methyl alcohol.	
2.
Physical/Chemical Description
A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:   N/A
B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:   N/A
C.  Specific Gravity:
D.  Temperature:
E.  pH:   N/A
                             N/A
                       N/A
                                      (b)

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3.  Ibxicity:   N/A
J*.  Reactivity with Surfiace EJqulpment Components:  N/A
5.  Degradabillty Level am Rate: N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably not sterile at injection, minimum bacterial degradation due	
     to anaerobic environment.	
7.  Ppe-injectlon Waste Treatment:  PH adjustment. filtration.
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTKUCTION

1.  Casing and Tilting
Surface
Intermediate
   ectlon
Hole
Size
18-5/8
12-1/2
12-1/2


Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
54// H-40
40. 5// J-55
Carpenter 20
Fibercast
Carpenter
Size
13-3/8
9-5/8
8-5/8
6-5/8
4-1/2
Depth
Set
1562
5130
5191
5140
5148-543C
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
      13-3/8 inch casing - 1100 sks IIowco Lite Wate w/2% CaCL,; 9-5/8 inch
      casing  - 1100 sks Pozmix A w/2% CaCl.,; 8-5/8 inch casing - 476 sks.

3.  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models);  N/A
    Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment; 8-5/8" Genco
     centralizers @ 5180  ft. and 5150 ft.; 14 Turbilizer centralizers on 9-5/8"
     casing; TIW Cap 20 packer for 4-1/2" liner at 5140.65 ft.
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;   N/A
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:  N/A"
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;   N/A
2.  Filters:  Filter coated with diatomaceous earth; cartridge filter.
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:   3 pumps.	


VII,  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   6/69	  Average    121	  Maximum   205
     "        12/69	             93	            190
     11        12/70	             126	            204
     "        12/71	             102	            114
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   6/69	  Average    550	  Maximum   630
     "        12/69                   475                  600
     "        12/70.	             443	            670
     11        12/71	             461	            501
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19 _71   35.045.416      B.  19_70  45.560.000   C.  19	 	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Well head and annulus pressure;  injection
         flow rate and volume.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  Periodically
         measured and reported if a 5% variance occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  Continuous
         monitoring.	
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;   Pump wastes  to	
     other company well.	
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;   All casing must be tested at 1000 psi;	
          injection tubing must be unaffected by wastes.

    B.  Monitoring Requirements;  Casing and bottom hole pressure testa; complete
        	chemical analysis of waster; monitor well head and annulus  pressure,"~
           rate, and total volume; report biannually.
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;   Operating surface injection
           pressures shall be limited to 1500 psig.	
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:    Tx-46
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND| MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN TOE UNnteb STATES

 Permit Status;    PNC	Operational Status;    PC
Operating Company Name and Address;  Pan American Petroleum Corp.
                                     P.O. Box 5038. Beaumont. Texas
 I.  GENERAL IDENnPICATION DATA

 1.  Entry Date of Data:  (Day)   01     (Month)   10	(Year)
 2.  Latitude and  Longitude:  N/A
 3.  Well  Location (Legal Description):   N/A
 J|.  County;   Calves ton	State:   Texas
 5.  SIC Classification;   1477	
 II.   GENERAL DATA ON WELL SUE

 1.   Type of Waste Injected;   N/A
 2.   Date Well Permitted;   12/23/68	Completed:
 3.   Injection Rate;   N/A
     Injection Pressure;   N/A
 5.   Total Depth of Well;   N/A
 6.   Name,  Age,  and Depth of Injection Zone:  N/A
 7.  Date Injection Began:  (Day)  N/A    (Month)             (Year)
 8.  Total Volume Injected  to Date;   N/A      	           (Gallons)
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)        (Month)             (Year)      	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;   N/A	
 El.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Litnology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)             (c)      (d)          (e)
 Name                 Age             Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
    N/A	
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Unit
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
f6) Ffydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution


























    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


                Depth
Name
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
    Mineral Resources in Area:
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Inmediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area:	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity)
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/l:_
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:"
    C.  Specific Gravity:	~
    D.  Temperature:	
    E.  pH:	
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:	


1.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:
5.  Degradabillty Level ana Rate:
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:


7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment;
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	  	  	  	
Intermediate       	  	  	  	

  Jection
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
3.  Wen Head Equipment (Name and Models):
 .  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.
VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:	
2.  Filters:
                                     (cl

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3.  Pumps:	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date (s)	  Average	  Maximum	
     it
     it
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
     tt
     it
     tt
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19__  	B.  19_  	C.  19_

VIII.  SAFETY DEFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  SampllngFrequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:
                                      (d)

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                                             Well Id. Code:  xx-47
                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNITED STATES

 Permit Status;    PDR	Operational Status:	o_
 Operating Company Name and Address;  Mobile chemical Co.
                                      P.O. "Box 3868 - Beaumont, Texas

 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Ehtry Date of Data: (Day)  01     (Month)  10	(Year)	72.
 2.   Latitude and Longitude:   2958'i9"/9403t49"
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description); William N. Sigler Survey. Abs.  48.
      3570 ft. FWL and 4244 ft. FNL.	
 1).  County;    Jefferson	State;    Texas	
 5.  SIC Classification:	
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type of Waste Injected: Acetic acid, terenhthalic acid,  xylene. methyl
      ethyl ketone. paratoluic acid, and other hydrocarbons.	

 2.  Date Well Permitted;  i/is/69             Completed;
 3.  Injection Rate:  62.260.088 gpy	
 i|.  Injection Pressure;  750 psi	
 5.  Total Depth of Well;   6218 ft.    	
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone: Miocene sand.  5950 - 5990 ft.

 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)  08    (Month)  03        (Year)   70
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:   95.792.540   (6/72)              (Gallons)"
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Month)            (Year)	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;   N/A	
 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
 Beaumont-Lissie	  Pleistocene      0	    1000	  sand,  gravel,  clay	
 Willis               Pliocene         1000               sand
 Goliad	  Pliocene	              clay
 Catahoula            Miocene          3500               sand
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                         Confinine Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Pt.)
(4) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
16) Ifydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
tlO) Reservoir Temperature, C
til) Character and Area!
Distribution
Catahoula
3500

0.45 psi/ft est.
1.0 psl/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Miocene
30
500

sand


Willis-Goliad
1000
2500



Pliocene



clay, sand


    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Chloride - 1700-2000 ppm
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
  Beaumont
  Lissie
Depth    Thickness
                                Area!
                                Extent
                                Lithologic
                                Character
                       600
             600
              400
                  2500
                       3500
                    extensive sand, clay
                    extensive sand, gravel
                    	  sand, silt
Fluid
Character
fresh
slightly saline
saline
    Mineral Resources in Area;   Oil  and  gas  produced  in  the  area.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Ifydrologically Affected Area;  spindletop  Oil Field  is  2  miles
     north; Lovell Lake Oil Field is 2-1/2  miles  WSW.
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):  Acetic acid = 2240 ppm;
     terephthalic acid a 150 ppn; xylene = 55 ppm;  me"thyl ethyl ketone  50 ppm;
     paratoi&ic acid = 40 ppm. benzoic acid = 20 ppm;  other hydrocarbons = 24  ppm
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:
        Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:"
        Specific Gravity:    N/A
        Temperature:
        pH:
                                     0
B.
C.
D.
E.
                           2000 - 3000
         N/A
N/A

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3.  Toxicity;  The mixture would be toxic and irritating to tissue.  Dilution wi-11
     reduce the toxicity but not of the water-insoluble xvlene.

H.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;will be corrosive to aluminum
    and iron.  Methyl ethyl ketone and xylene will weaken rubber.	
5.  Degradability Level and Rate:  Organic materials will eventually be
    altered by oxidation; minimally under  the sublect conditions.	
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
    Probably sterile; paratoluic acid is a strong acid harmful to bacteria and
    xvlene also would also kill bacteria.	
7  Pre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment;  PH adjustment, biological treatment- remove
    BOD. and settling.                	       	
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing
Surface
Intermediate
Inject
Other
ection
Hole Casing or Tubing
Size Weight and Grade
24# J-55
Size
8-5/8
Depth
Set
2535


17# Stainless Steel
5-1/2
6218
type 304
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
      8-5/8 inch casing -  1000 sks Class H with 8% gel and 150 sks densified
      Incor with 1% CFR-2; 5-1/2 inch casing - 3A5 sks Trinity Lite Wate and
       790 sks densified Incor with 2% HR-4	
3.  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models);   N/A
    Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:  Float collar -
      PBTD 6190 ft.; 40 centralizers on the 5-1/2 inch tubing.
 5.  Bottom Hole Completion: Perforations; 5950-5990 ft., 4 shots per foot hyper-
      Jet  (0.41 inch diameter)        	
 6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  Gyp-Lignosulfonate
      acid mud.
VI.   DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.   Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:  2 - 1000 barrel welded aluminum holding tanks;
      concrete basin, 12* x 15* x 12'                                           ~

2.   Filters:Fixed bed anthracite filter.

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3.  Pinqps:   Centrifugal	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)    6/70	  Average    54	  Maximum   81
     "         6/71                   134	            155
     "         6/72	             115	            155
     ii                            	
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)    6/70	  Average    754	  MaxLnum   754
               6/71                   415                  470
                   _                _
               6/72 _             751                  820
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19n_   46.807.832	B.  19 70  25.538.734   C.  19	 	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Well head and annulus pressure; injection
          flow rate and volume.	

    B.  Saiqpling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured; Periodically
          measured and reported if a 5% variance occurs.

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads: continuous
          monitoring.
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:  TWO surface storage
      ponds	
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;   All casing must be tested for leakage at
          1000 j>si; injection tubing must be unaffected by wastes.	

    B.  Monitoring Requirements;  Casing and bottom hole pressure tests; complete
          chemical analysis of wastes; monitor well head and annulus pressure,
          rates, and total volume; report biannually.	
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;  N/A
                                      (d)

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                                             Well Id.  Code:    ix-48
                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION WELLS IN TOE UNTIED STATES

 Penult Status;     PNC	Operational Status:   PC	
 Operating Company Name and Address;  LTV Electrosy$temsf  inc.	


 I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.  Ehtry Date of Data: (Day)   10    (Month)   09	(Year)   73
 2.  Latitude and Longitude:   N/A
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description);   N/A
 l|.  County:   Hunt	State;   Texas
 5.  SIC Classification;   N/A	
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SHE

 1.  Type of Waste Injected;   N/A
 2.  Date Well Permitted:    N/A	Completed:
 3.  Injection Rate;    N/A
     Injection Pressure;  N/A
 5.  Total Depth of Well:  K/A
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone: N/A
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)  N/A   (Month)            (Year)
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:   N/A	(Gallons)'
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Month)            (Year)     	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:  N/A	
 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Llthologic Description
    N/A 	
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                             Confinlnflr Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
H) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatlc Pressure, psi
(6) ftrdrofracturing Pressure, psi
(?) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ndllidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution


























    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


                Depth
Name
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
    Mineral Resources in Area:
5.  Location of Other wells, Abandoned wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area:	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:.
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/lf
    C.  Specific Gravity:	~
    D.  Temperature:	
    E.  pH:	
                                     (b)

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3.  Ibxlcity:	


4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:
5.  Degradability Level ana Rate:
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:


7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment;
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	  	  	  	
Intermediate       	  	  	  	

   lection
Inject
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models):
 .  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:	
2.  Filters:
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTEKLSTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_  	B.  19_  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:         ~
 3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:
                                     (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                                                                    TX-49
                   COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNITED STATES
Permit Status:
PDR
    Operational Status:
Operating Company Name and Address;  Ceianese chemical Company	
                                     P.O. Box 5QQ - Ray City. Texas
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)	01
                     (Month)
            in
2.  Latitude and Longitude:  285l.'45"/9600i'o4"
              (Year)
                                72
3.  Well Location (Legal Description);  MataRorda Co. Texas, beginning at SW corner
    of James Moore League, Ah. #62.	
    County:   Madagorda
                        State:  Texas
5.  SIC Classification:
         2818
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type Of Waste Injected:   Chemical plant wastes.
2.  Date Well Permitted;   4/8/69
3.  Injection Rate:    103,000,000  gpy
                             Completed:
    Injection Pressure:  300 psl
          3630
5.  Total Depth of Well;               _
6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection feone:   :tiocene Sands. 3350- 35 TO"
7.
8.
9-
10.
Date Injection Began: (Day) (Month) 06
Total Volume Injected to Date: 364,106,240
Date Injection Ceased: (Day) N/A (Month)
Previous Mode of Disposal: N/A

(Year)

(Year)


69
(Gallons)



HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
 Beaumont Clay
 Lissic	
 Tertiary Sand
 Tertiary Sand
    (b)
    Age.
     Pleistocene
     Pleistocene
    _Pliocene
    Miocene
(C)
Depth
(d)
Thickness
 Combined 1300 ft.
 1300
 3750
(e)
Lithologic Description
 sand and clay	
 sand, sandstone	
 sands and clays	
 sands and clays	
                                    (a)

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   B.  Gteologlc Description of Injection Unit  and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Unit
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) thickness (Ft.)
(4) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(B) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(1U) Reservoir Temperature, C
(111 Character and Area!
Distribution
Tertiary sands
3368
262
.45 psi/ft. est.
1 .0 psi/ft. est.
Est. 3300 psi 0330C
Tertiary
30-35?
1000-1500 md

Well developed, fir
grained sand with
saline water

1300
3000


ft.
Tertiary



e Relative impervious
shale and/or clay
beds , ranging from
10-240 ft.
    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
Bpa union |-
Depth
Surface
Area!
Thickness Extent
About 1250'
Llthologic
Character
sand, clay
Fluid
Character
usable fresh
water
Lissie



    Mineral Resources in Area;  Oil production in the Buckeye field. 1-1/2 miles
      north nf  the well  site.	
5'  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area;  N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity); organic  acids,  hydrocarbons,
      nitric acidr  nylon  salt,  nitrate,  nitrite.	

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1; N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:  30.000
    C.  Specific Gravity:    N/A	
    D.  Temperature:    1QOF	
    E.  pH;   6.5-7.5        	
                                     (b)

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3.  Ibxlclty;  N/A	


>\.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;   N/A
5.  Degradablllty Level and Rate;   Possible degradation of organics  through
      biological activity.	

6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not sterile at injection;  biological  activity minimal  due  to	
      anaerobic conditions.	
7.  Pre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment;  Filtration
V.  WELL DESIGN AND OBSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing
Surface
Intermediate

  lection
Inject
Other
Hole
Size
15"
9-5/8"

Casing or TUblng
Weight and Grade
32. 75// H-40
26. 4# J-55
Steel casing
Size
10-3/4"
7-5/8"
5-1/2"
Depth
Set
1389'
3368'
3316'


316 stainless steel
4-1/2"
3372'-357
2.  Type and Anoint of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon; in-3/4"
     casing - 525 sks  of Howco Lt. vt.  + 200  sks  common with  2% CaCl0	
     7-5/8" casing - 481 sks  Lone  Star  Incor  +  200 sks Howco  Lt.xvt.

3  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models);   N/A
    Packers, Centrallzers. and Other Subsurface Equipment;  Centralizer - Baker
       Model  "m";  Packer  -  316 T1W Type  "S" v?ith Teflon; Pack element.
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:    Screened and gravel packed 3368-3630 ft.

6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:  N/A
VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:  N/A
2.  Filters':   2 - primer filter and polishing filter; single filter system for
     wells WDW 14,  32 and 49.
                                     (0

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3.  Putqps:   "/;	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACnERISTICS

1.  Injection  Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)    r.'??	  Average    m	  Maximum    206	
                                       136202
2.  Injection Pressure, psi  (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)    "y'7?	  Average    "V^	  Maximum   370
      "
               r, ' 7 1                     28ft
                                        3U,                    330
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.   19_L"    ' V^0r2/."      B.   1971.    103.451,920  C.   19_70   153,453,000
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.   Monitoring Devices and  Data;    'Vllbrnd and annul us  pressure; injection
           r1.v ri(>-; iV '<-,'? {,i:,  r]o": volu'^p.

    B.   Sanpling Frequency and  Water  Quality Parameters Measured;  Periodically"
           >t':f.urv -l -r\'] ro''.T'"-f' ^r n  ^ variance occurs.

    C.   Frequency of Measuring  Water  Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:  Continuous"
           "on \ t .  i" in-; .
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;   ">/^
3.   Regulatory Aspects

     A.   Construction Requirements;   AM  cnpln^ must be  tested for leakage at
          1. <"v   .- i ; in :. .- t :"ti  tn'-.-iv;; r.ust  be- unaffertcd by  wastes.

     B.   Monitoring R&quirementS I   ".-'.rin,: ,-;;->-! 1.otti"'m hole pressure tests;  complete
          ,,1,.,, ,;^,i .in--'1'";?   '''' '; ~rt-:: ; r-.onftor ^t-llhend and anmilus pressure,
          i-,^,.- ;i!1('  tct.il  I'lin-o;  rrn,)rr 1' i annual"1 v ;  3'v  deviations renort  immed.
     C.   RestMctions of Operation Procedures;   ::/A
                                       (d)

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                    COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    "INJECTION WELLS  IN THE UNTIED STATES~

 Peradt Status ;    PNC _ Operational Status :   re
 Operating Company Name and Address;   oxivane chemical Company


 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1. -Entry Date  of Data:  (Day)  10     (Month)   09 _ (Year)   73
 2.   Latitude and Longitude:
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description):
 M.   County:	State:
 5.   SIC Classification:	"
 II.   GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE
 1.  Type of Waste Injected:
 2.  Date WellRsrmitted:	Completed:
 3.  Injection Rate:
     Injection Pressure:	
 5.  Total Depth of Well;
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth  of Injection Zone:
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)	(Month)             (Year)      	  ~~
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:	(GallonsT
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)        (Month)             (Year)	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:	
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)          (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Llthologlc  Description
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Unit
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(*0 Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(?) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcles
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution


























    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


Name            Depth
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
    Mineral Resources in Area:
5.  Location of Other VfeHs, Abandoned Wells, and 0]bher Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area:	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:.
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:"
    C.  Specific Gravity:	~
    D.  Temperature:	
    E.  pH:	
                                     (b)

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3.  Tbxiclty:	


H.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;
5.  Degradability Level ana rate:
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:


7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment:
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	  	  	  	
Intermediate       	  	  	  	

  lection
Inject
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models):
  .  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:
 5.  Bottom Hole Completion:
 6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.
VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:
 2.  Filters:
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:	

VII.  OPEIUVTIONSCHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date (s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_  	B.  19_  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuringwater Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:
3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                                                               TX-51
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNTIED STATES
                  FDR
 Permit Status:              	
 Operating Company Name and Address:


 I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA
    Operational Status:n_
                                      Dm; Badishe Company
                                      nuZ Coiiper Road -  Freeport, Texas   77541
1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)    ift    (Month)	0_8_
2.  Latitude and Longitude:    29oo'04"/95024'09"
                                                            (Year)
                                 72
3.  Well Location (Legal Description):  Alexander Calvlt League, Ab. 49
    County;   Brazoria
                                          State:  Texas
5.  SIC Classification:
                           281 rj
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type of Waste Injected:  Chenical plant wastes - aqueous solution of organic
      acids, alcohols, and uremia tics.	
 2.  Date Well Permitted:   6/9/69
 3.  Injection Rate:   30.000,000 gpy
                                              Completed:
     Injection Pressure:
                        '
                           350-80Q nsi
                                                  __________ ___
5.  Total Depth of Well';   6220
6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:  Miocene sands, L. Miocene, 6 OOP"
                                       (Month)04
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)  26
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:   ni 987,814'
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day) N'/A   (Month)
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:
                      (Year)   70
                                                                     (Gallons)
                                                          _(Year)
HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock IMlts Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
Alluvium
                      (b)
                      Age
                      .'ecent
 Beaumont Clav
                      Pleistocene
                      1'liocene
                      Miocene
(C)
Depth
_o	
300
3JOP
(d)
Thickness
3PP	
1000	
Wi
                                    4040
(e)
Llthologic Description
sand, gravel, clay	
clay, sand
interbedded sands and clays
interbeddcd sands and clavs
                                    (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                             Confinincr Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Miocene sands
6000

.45 psi/ft. est.
1 .0 psi/ft. est.
] .0 psi/ft. est.
Lover Miocene
28-32
200-1^00
83
sand ami clay
substantial areal


1300
A 7 00



Tertiary




extent clays & sands

    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids;  Non-commercial saline
         formation water.
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
Recent
 be a uinon I Cl ay
Depth
_o	
  300
           Areal
Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
 300
 1000
                usable quality water
4.  Mineral Resources in Area:   Dearest  production  is  found  In  the  Strat ton  Ridge
      South Field  located  3 raili-s east. Production if  from  the 4500-5700  ft.  in ~
      depth.                                                                    ~~


5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations  in
    Immediate Hydrologicalty Affected Area;    JX-5?.  71,76,31,90,51 are  all  in
      the  same area.
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);    Volume 150  ^pp* - 300 gpm
      maximum. K'astc  from  chei.'ical  plant  processes  witnorganic aci d,  coprolactam,
      butonal, benzene,  cyclohexane.	
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:  -;'/A    	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1: '14,000
    C.  Specific Gravity:    l.Q'.l-l.OS?
    D.  Temperature:
    E  pH:    6.3-7.0
                                      (b)

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3.  Toxlcity:   N/A
    Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:   N/A
5.  Degradability Level and Rate:  Possible biological breakdown of organics
     anaerobicall.v.
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably not sterile at injection; biological activity minimal due to	
     anaerobic conditions.	
7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment;   Storage in metal tanks, filtered, and injected,
     pll neutralization by blending acid waste stream with an alkaline waste stream.
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTHJCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing
Surface
Intermediate
IhJ(
Obh<
Hole Casing or Tubing
Size Weight and Grade
32.75///ft. 11-40 STC
23r/ft. J-55 STC
Size
10-3/4
7
Depth
Set
1327
6195

9.5#/ft. J-55 STC
5.5 wire liner wrapped
4-1/2
4
6046
6046-6184
   ection
Otfier___^__n	  	
                                    on ribbed 4" op 11.6 lb/ft.
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon: 10-3/4  inch
      casing - 528 sks TLW + 280 sks Class H 2/2% CaCl ;   7-inch casing -	
      345 sks TCW and 325 sks Class "E".

3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);   N/A
i.  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;   ]0-3/4  inch casing -
      5 centralizers and 5  scratchers - 7 inch casing - 17  centralizcrs  and  23
      wipers - Baker Model  "A-Z '  Lok-set Packer and 4-1/2 inch casing.	

5.  Bottom Hole Completion;   Gravel packed 6034-6184 ft.

6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etcT;  15% HCI (1500  gal.  7/13/70;
      5000 gal.  7/15/70)	
VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;   N/A
2.  Filters:
                                     (0

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3.  Pumps:    N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to  Present)

    Date(s)   6/72	  Average    76	  Maximum    P.7
     11        6/71	             76	             97
     11        12/70	             63	             94
     "        7/70	            96	             147

2.  Injection Pressure, psi  (During Life of Well to  Present)

    Date(s)   fi/72	 Average    341	 Maximum   654
     II        -I 771                    / r ->                   71 i
              12/70                   367                   683
              TJW                   !>37>                ~   77
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19J^_2   19,562.688      B.  191}_    34,476,194   C.   19?_2_    27,021,632

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:   ''cllheud and annul u  pressure;  injection
         flow rate; injection flow volume.

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water  Quality Parameters Measured;   Periodically
         measured and reported if a j"' variance occurs.

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water  Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  continuous
         monitoring.
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:  fiooxGOx? feet  clay-lined
      pit. _ _ _
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements t    Ml  casing must  be tested  fur leakage at
                rn ; injection tuMn  7*ust l)e unaffected by  wastes.
    B.  Mr>nlt-"T*1"g Rpqul TvmMainf-g -    Casing  and  hot ton  hole  pressure tests;
           complete chemical  analysis  of  wastes;  nonitor wellhead and annul us
           pressure ,  rates  and  total volume;  report  b [annually ;  5'" deviations report
    C.  Restrictions Of Operation Procedures;   Suriacc  injection pressure  piaxi^ur.
           2500  psij;.
                                      (d)

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                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL  AND MUNICIPAL
                    "INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNTIED STATES

 Permit Status;    PNC	Operational Status:    PC	
 Operating Company Name and Address;  Phillips Petroleum Co.	
                                      Box 391. Boreer. Texas	
 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data: (Day)  01     (Month)   09	(Year)
 2.   Latitude and Longitude; 3544fl7"/ioii8t20"
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description):   N/A
 ^.  County;    Hutchinson	State:    Texas
 5.  SIC Classification;   2911	
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type of Waste Injected;    N/A
 2.   Date Well remitted:  N/A	Completed:
 3.   Injection Rate:   N/A
     Injection Pressure;    N/A
 5.  Total Depth of Well:   N/A
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:   N/A
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day) N/A    (Month)            (Year)
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date;  N/A	(Gallons)'
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Month)            (Year)     	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:    N/A	
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Lithologlc Description
    R7A
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                             Confinlncr Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psl
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psl
(6) Itydrofracturlng Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, raillidarcies
(10) Fteservolr Temperature, (J
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution


























    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


                Depth
Name
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
4.  Mineral Resources In Area:
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area:	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity)
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:"
    C.  Specific Gravity:	"
    D.  Temperature:	
    E.  pH:	

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3.  Tbxlcity:	


4.  Reactivity with Surface ESgulpmoit Components:
5.  Degradability Level and Rate:
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:


7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment:
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	  	  	  	
Intermediate       	  	  	  	

  lection
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models):
 .  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:	
2.  Filters:
                                     (0

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3.  Pimps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_  	B.  19_  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and liydrostatlc Heads:
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:
3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:

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                                            Well Id. Code:   TX-53
                    COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
 Permit Status:    PNC	      	Operational Status:    PNC
 Operating Company Name and Address:  Phillips Petroleum company
                                     P.O. Box 391 - BorRer. Texas
 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data:  (Day)    10    (Month)       09      (Year)	73.
 2.   Latitude and Longitude:  3504A'17"/101018T20"          	
 3.   Well Location (Legal Description);    N/A
 l\.   County;   Hutchinson                  State:    Texas
 5.   SIC Classification:     2911	
 II.   GENERAL DATA ON WELL SHE

 1.   Type of Waste Injected;    N/A
 2.  Date Well Permitted;   N/A	Completed:
 3.  Injection Rate:   N/A
     Injection Pressure;   N/A
 5.  Total Depth of Well;   N/A
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:     N/A
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)   N/A   (Month)             (Year)
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date;  N/A      	            (Gallons)'
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)   ~"   (Month)             (Year)      	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:   N/A    	
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)             (c)      (d)          (e)
 Name                 Age             Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
 -                    ^i_	
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Unit
U) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(4) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) ftrdrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(91 Permeability, millidarcles
(10) Reservoir Temperature , C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution













  ^ 












    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
Depth
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
 .  Mineral Resources in Area:
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Pfydrologically Affected Area:	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity)
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:"
    C.  Specific Gravity:	~
    D.  Temperature:	
    E.  pH:	
                                     (b)

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3.  Tbxlcity:	
 .  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:
5.  Degradability Level and Rate :
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:


7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment:
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSOKUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface
Intermediate

Injection
(She?
2.  Type and Anoint of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models):
    Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:
 5.  Bottom Hole Completion:
 6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etiT
VI.   DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIFMENT

1.   Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:
 2.   Filters:
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)   	  Average	  Maxlnum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_  	B.  19_  	C.  19.
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:
3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures
                                      (d)

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                                             Well Id.  Code:
                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION WELLS IN TOE UNllEU STATES
                  PDR
Penult Status:	
Operating Company Name and Address:

I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

                                16
                                        Operational Status:o
                                       r.I. Dul'ont de Nempurs Company
                                       P.O. Cox 1089 - Oranue. Texas
                                       (Month)
1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)	       	
2.  Latitude and Longitude;   30~oV26"/9344'3i"
                                                08
              (Year)  72
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description):  3248 ft. west and 417 ft.  north of SW
      corner of W.1I. Starkey Survey, Ab. 505 (located in Stephen Jett Surv.  Ab.16)
 *.   County:    Orange	State;   Texas	
 5.   SIC Classification;  2821	

 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE
 1.  Type Of Waste Injected:  A dilute aqueous solution of ammonium sulfate,	
      su]furic acid, and trace quantitios of hydrogen cyanide and organic nitriles
                            8/7/69
2.  Date Well Permitted:	
3.  Injection Rate:   & o . OOP . OOP gpv
                                              Completed:
     Injection Pressure;   170-650 psi
 5.  Total Depth of Well:   5QQQ ft.    	
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone;  catahoula.  Miocene,  AAQQ ft.
7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)  28    (Month)
8.  Total Volume Injected to Date;    RI.441.900
                                                           (Year)  7i
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)  N/A  (Month)
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;  Well /'23	"
                                                                      (Oallons)
                                                          TYear).
 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
  Beaumont
  Lissie
  Willis
  Oakville
  Catahoula
                     (b)
                       eistocene
                     Pleistocene
                     PIiocene
                     Miocene
                     Miocene
                                    (C)
                                    Depth
(d)         (e)
Thickness   Lltholpglc Description
Combined thick-clay and sand
                                             ness of 1000
                                     4400
                 sand and gravel
                 sand	
                 sandstone	
                 sandstone
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                             Confinlnc Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(i|) Formation Fluid Pressure, psl
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
C6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psl
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millldarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution
Catalioul a
4400

.45 psi/ft. est.
1 .<"> psi/ft. est.
1 .0 psi/ft. est.
Miocene
33.1
2100
55
poorlv consolidatec
sand


1000




Tertiary



interbedded clays &
sands

    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Rrine with 1.05 specific
         Gravity. Calcium  in  the formation rn.iv combine with snlfates in  the waste
         vatcr  and ppt. at  the interface causing a decrease in  permeability.	
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
 Beaumont
                Depth
 Lissie  Fm
Thickness
                          11)00
Areal
Extent
Lithologic
Character
                                    extensive clay
            extensive  sand,gravel
Fluid
Character
1000 ppirTTDS up to 720'
I'lUU-'JUOU ppm from 720'
                                                               to  1UUO
4.  Mineral Resources in Area;  Producticn of oil  in  the  area  is  found  at  approxi-
      mately  7600  ft.  to  8100  ft.  in  the Phoenix Lake  Field,  three miles  cast  of
      the well.  Orange Field is  three miles west of  the well_.	

5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area;  TX-12, ix-23, TX-55, ix-56, and  ix-57.
      All wells  within 2-1/2 mile  radius are  either  properly  constructed  and	
      maintained or pluKRed properly.	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);   A dilute aqueous solution
     of ammonium sulfate, sulfuric acid, and trace quantities of hydrogen cyanide
     and organic nitriles.
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.   Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/l:__/A _
    B.   Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:  ^TM
    C.   Specific Gravity;   N/A _
                      50" c
     D .  Temperature :
     E.  pH;    2-3
                                      (b)

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3.  TOXldty:   Possible IlCX tnxir.it V (flip t n ar-i'H-fp mprHnm	
*.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components ;  Possible corrosion  from
     u-Ith H2SO/ , .
5.  DegradaBllity Level and Rate;   N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological  Level After Injection
      Probably not sterile at injection; biological., activity minimized by _
      anaerobic conditions. _
7.  Pre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment;   Pressure  filtration  after hold-up  tanks
      settle solids out.
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and TUblng

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            _  .T-SS  sa.sf/ft-. s-rr      13-3/8  in.  1610  ft.
Intermediate
                                    J-55 SO///ft. LTC	 9-5/8 in.   4884  ft.
  )eCtlon          	  Bottom 120 ft. 9-5/8 in. Carpenter
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon: 13-3/8 in.
      casing^- 1100 sks of 50/50 Fozmix 4- 27, Gel + 37, CaCl  + 155.saks of Class H.
      9-5/J3 inch casing - 1705 sks of Pozmix + 50sks of LR-ll.                 ~"

3.  tell Head Equipment  (Name and Models):   r;/A
^.  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface  Equipmentt  TIW Packer seal unit
      4820 ft., 9-5/8" x 5-1/2" TIW liner packer.  ..	


5.  Bottom Hole Completion;  Gravel packed screen and liner 4820-4987 ft.

6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs,  etc.;   5000 gai.  T>Z nr.i  + innn~i
     _?:ri + 5000 ;?ai.  3" nr.	

VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIIMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;   %T/A	
2.  Filters;   Pressure filters pre-coated with diatomaceous earth.
                                      (0

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3.  Pumps:   N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)    6/72	  Average    245	  Maximum    250
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)    6/72	  Average    325	 Maximum    140
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  197_2_   32,259,400      B.  197J_  48,775,000   C.  19	 	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;   Wellhead an annulus pressure; injection
          flow rate; injection flow volume.

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality  Parameters Measured; Periodically"
          measured and reported  if a 5% variance occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  Continuous"
          monitoring.	
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During  Operation;   Pump wastes to other
      company wells in immediate vicinity.
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements!   All casing must be tested for leakage at
          1000, psi; injection tubing must be  unaffected by wastes.	
     B.  Monitoring Requirements I   Casing and bottom hole pressure  tests;  complete
           chemical  analysis of wastes; monitor wellhead and annulus pressure, rates
           and  total volume; report biannuallv; 5% deviations  report immediately.
     C.  Restrictions Of Operation Procedures;  Not  to exceed  500/-'/day of. a water
           solution  containing 0.17 metal and 5% HC1. Surface  infection pressure
           to he  limited to L500 nsig.    		

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                                             Well Id.  Code:
                                                                TX-55
                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNITED STATES
                  I'PR
Penult Status:	
Operating Company Name and Address:


I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)  16
    Operational Status:n
                                       I!. I. DuPont de N'amours and Company
                                       P.O. Box 1089 - Orange. Texas  77630
                                       (Month)
 2.  Latitude and Longitude:  3003'26"/9344'3l"
                       (Year)  72
 3.  Vfell'Location (Legal Description):   Orange Co., Tex., beginning at SW corner
      of W.li. Stark Sury. , Ab.  505, proceed west 2842 ft.  and then north 126 ft.
 4.  County ;   0range	State:  Texas	
 5.  SIC Classification:  2821	

 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE
 1.  Type Of Waste Injected:   A dilute aqueous solution of ammonium sulFate,	
      suIfuric acid, and trace quantities of hydrogen cyanide and organic nitrilcs.
 2.  Date Well Permitted;   8/7/69
 3.  Injection Rate:   38,000,000 gpy
                                              Completed:
     Injection Pressure:   300 psi
 5.  Total Depth of Well:  5060 ft.
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:  . Catahoula,  Miocene,  4400

 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)  06    (Month)  08        (Year) 71
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:  87.327.500	     (GallonsT
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)  ~A  (Month)
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:   ::/A	"
                                                          TYear)
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
  Peaunont
  Lissic
  Willis
  Oakvillc
  Catahoula
                     (b)
                     Age
                     PIei stocene
                     Pleistocene
                     Pliocene
                     Miocene
                     Miorene
(c)
Depth
 o
(d)
Thickness
 1000
 4400
(e)
Lithologlc Description
 sand and clay	
 sand and gravel
 sand
 sand:stone
 sandstone
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                             Conflnlne Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) flydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcles
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Catahoula
4400 ft.

.45 psi/ft. est.
1 .0 psj /ft . est.
1 .0 psi/ft. est.
Miocene
33.1
2109
55
Poorlv consolidatec
sandstone


1000
3400







sand, gravel


    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:   Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
 Beaumont
Depth
 0
           Area!
Ihlckness  Extent
 900  ft.
Llthologic
Character
 Lissie
Fluid
Character
1000 ppm TDS up to 720'
1UUU-30UU ppm up to 1000*
 These  two  formations  are sometimes referred  to as the Gulf Coast aquifer. At tne
well  site,  only  to  400  ft.  thick section  contains fresh water with  3000 ppm TDS,
4.  Mineral Resources in Area; Nearby oil  production  in  the Phoenix Lake Field,
      3  miles  east.   Orange  Field  is  3 miles vest o the  disposal well.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Inmediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area:   TX-12,  TX-23,  TX-54, TX-56 with
      2-1/2  mile  radius.	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity)
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:
    C.  Specific Gravity:_
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH:   2-3
             N/A
        50C
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:   HCN  toxicitv due  to acidic medium.
lJ.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:
rnr rn<; f nn fr
5.  Degradablllty Level ana rate:  X/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After  Injection:
     Probably not sterile at injection; biological activity. niininnzRd by	
     anaerobic conditions.	
7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment;  Pressure filtration after hold-up tanks settle
     solids.
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	   54.5 /-'/ft.  J-55 STC     13-3/8     1616
Intermediate       	  AfWft.  J-55 T,TC	   9-37p,     4882

  lection
Other               Bottom 120 ft. of casin;; is made up of carnenter rasi'ne.
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:  13-3/8 jnrh
      casing - 1345 sks of Poznn'x + 155 sks connon + ?."' Gel + T', CaTI    9-5/8
      inch casing - 1595 sks of Pozmix + sks of T.Pv-n + 3/47 of CFr^-2.

3-  Vigil Head Equlpnent (Name and Models);  X/A
 .  Packers, Centrallzers , and Other Subsurface Equipment:   ? s-3 Cent rail zers on
      13-3/8 inch casin?;   26 S-3 Tentralizerq on 9-5/8 inch casing;.
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;  C ravel packed screen and liner 4820-4881 ft

6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;   N/A
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:   N/A
2.  Filters:   Pre-coated with diatomaccous earth.
                                     (O

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3.  Pumps:    N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)    6/72	  Average    420	  Maximum    445
                                                            2RR
               8/71 _    '         235 _             461
                                      i
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  _.f/?2	  Average     350	  Maximum    490
     "         12/71                 "267
     11         8/71	              302                   550
     n                            	        	
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19^2    43.945,500     B.  19.71   37,982,000  C.  19	 	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;   Wellhead and annul us pressure; Injection
          flow rate;  injection flow volume.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  Periodically
          measured and reported if a 51 variance occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:  Continuous
          monitoring.	
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;  Pump wastes to other
      company v;ells in immediate vicinity.	
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;   All casing must be tested for leakage at
          1000, nsi ; injection tubing must be unaffected by wastes.

    B.  Monitoring Requirements ;  Casing and bottom hole pressure, annul.us and
          weJJ. head pressure-, rate and volume,  report 5". deviation.	

    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;   Injection pressure limited to  1500
          psig.
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id.  Code:
                                          TX-56
                   COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
Permit Status:  PDR
Operating Company Name and Address:


I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA
                   Operational Status:	o
                 E.I. DuPont de Nemours Company	
                 P.O. Box 1089 - Orange. Texas  77630
1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)   01    (Month)  10
2.  Latitude and Longitude;   30003'26"/9344'3i"
                                      (Year)  72
3.  Well Location (Legal Description);   Orange Co., Tex., beginning at SW corner
     of W.H. Stark Surv., Ab. 505, proceed west 3095 ft.	
1|.  County;   Orange
                    State:  Texas
5.  SIC Classification;  razr
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type of Waste Injected:   A dilute aqueous solution of ammonium sulfate,
sulfuric acid, and traces of hydrogen cyanide and organic nitriles.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Date Well Permitted: 8/7/69
Injection Rate: 400.000 gpy
Injection Pressure: 1000 psi
Total Depth of Well: 4762
Name, Age, and Depth of Injection
Date Injection Began: (Day)
Total Volume Injected to Date: i,,
Date Injection Ceased: (Day) N/A
Previous Mode of Disposal: N/A


Completed:



Zone: Catahoula, Miocene,

(Month) 10 (Year)
466,906
(Month) (Year)







4400 ft.

71
(Gallons)



PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
 Beaumont
 Lissie
 Willis
 Oakviile
 Catanoula
(b)
Age
Pleistocene
Pleistocene
Pliocene
Miocene
Miocene
(c)      (d)         (e)
Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
surface  Combined thick- sand and clay	
	  ness 1000       sand and gravel
                         sand
                                                             sandstone
 440CJ
sandstone
                                    (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
Conflnine Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(4) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Llthostatic Pressure, psi
(6) ftrdrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Catahoula
4400

Est. .45 psi/ft.
Est. 1.0 psi/ft.
Est. 1.0 psi/ft.
Pliocene
33
2109
55
poorlv consolidate
sand

,
1000
3400



Tertiary



\ Cl ays and sands


    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids;
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
feme
Beaumont Clay
Liasie
Area!
Depth Ihickness Extent
Combined thick-
ness 1000 ft.
Lithologlc
Character


Fluid
Character
1000 ppm IDS to 720'
1000-3000 ppra - 720'
to. 1000'


    Mineral Resources in Area;   Nearby production of oil is at 7600*  to  8100*  in
      the Phoenix Lake Field 3 miles east.  The Orange Field is3 miles west  of
      well.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area;   injection wells  xx-12,  ix-23,  TX-54
      TX-55 within 2-1/2 miles.
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  N/A
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:    N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:    N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity:    N/A '	
    D.  Temperature:   50"c
    E.  pH;   2-3	
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxiclty:  IICX toxicity due to acidic medium
 .  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;   Possible
      nso/ .                  _
                             _
 >  Degradablllty Level and Rate;  N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not sterile at injection; bacterial activity minimized by anaerobic
      conditions.	
7.  Pre-injectlon Waste Treatment:  .settling,  filter.
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	  	   o-s/a"      isnn  ft-,
Intermediate       	   17/Vft.   J-55  LTC         5-1/2"      AS??  ft-.
  lection          	   Bottom 120  ft.  -  5-1/2"  carpenter  metal  rasing.
Other                              		

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:  5-1/2  inch
      casing - 1385  sks  of Pozmix + 30  sks of LR-11 + 3/4% of CFR2.
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);   N/A
 .  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:  28 s-3 Centralizers on
       5-1/2  inch;  T).V.  Tool  at  3638  ft.
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:  Crave]  packed with a slotted liner,

6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  N/A
VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:  N/A
2.  Filters:
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:   N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   6/72	  Average   7	  Maximum   12	
     "        10/71	            5	         	16
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Vfell to Present)

    Date(s)    6/72	  Average   950	  Maximum   1375
     it
     it
     it
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19 72   1 ,466,9(16	B-  19 71    607,500     C.  19	  	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;   Wellhead and annulus pressure;  injection
          flow rate; injection flow volume.	

    B.  Sanpllng Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  Periodically
          measured and reported if a 5% variance occurs.

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  Continuous
          monitoring.	
2.  Contingency Plan for Vfell Failure During Operation;  P'""P wastes to other
      company wells in immediate vicinity.
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  All casing must be tested for  leakage at	
          1000 psi; injection tubing must be unaffected by wastes.

    B.  Monitoring Requirements;  Casing and bottom hole pressure  tests; complete
          chemical analysis of wastes; monitor wellhead and annulus pressure,rates
          and total volume; report biannually; 57, deviations report immediately.
    C.  Restrictions Of Operation  Procedures;  Maximum surface pressure 1500 psig
          for injection.		
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id.  Code:
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNITED STATES
                 PDR
Permit Status:	
Operating Company Name and Address:


I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA
                                         Operational Status:
                                      F..I. DuPont DeNenours and Company
                                      P.O. Rox 1089..- Oranr.e. Texas
1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)  01     (Month)  10
2.  Latitude and Longitude;  3n03'2P"/9344t3l"
                                                           (Year)	72
3.  Well Location (Legal Description):
      Survey, A-15.	..
                                         Located at a point in the Stephen Jott
5.

II.
     County:   	
     SIC Classification:
              Orange
                                         State:
                          282.1
     GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE
1.
 2.
 3.
 M.
 5.
 6.

 7.
 8.
 9.
10.
    Type Of Waste Injected;   A dilute aqueous solution of ammonium sufate, _
     sulfnric acid, and trace quantities of hydrogen cyanide and organic nitriles ,
    Date Well Permitted;  8/7/69
    Injection Rate:  N/A	
                                              Completed:
    Injection Pressure;  M/A
    Total Depth of Well;  4750
    Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:  Miocene Sands, 4300-;
    Date Injection Began: (Day)  "/A   (Month)
    Total Volume Injected to Date IN/A
                                                          (Year)
    Date Injection Ceased: (Day) ?:/A   (Month)
    Previous Mode of Disposal; :;/A	"
                                                                     (Gallons)
                                                         jYear)
HI.  GEOLOGIC PffORMATION

1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
Beaumont
Lissic
VJillis
Oakvillc
Catahoula
                     (b)
                     Age
                     Pleistocene
                     Pleistocene
                     Pliocene
                     Miocene	
                     Miocene
                                     (O
                                     Depth
                                      0
                                      4400
 (d)          (e)
 Thickness    Llthologic Description
1000 combined  clay,  sand	
 	    sand,  gravel	
              sand
                                                           sandstone
                                    (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                             Confinine Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
G) Thickness (Ft.)
(M) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Catahoula
4750
250



Miocene
33.1
2109

sandstone



1000
3400



Tertiary



clay, sand


    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:   Brine
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
 Beaumont
Depth
 0
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
 Lissie
          1000
           exten.
           exten.
Lithologic
Character
 clay
Fluid
Character
1000 ppm IDS to 720'
 sand, gravel  1000-3000 ppm trom /20*
                                                              to 1UOU'
 .  Mineral Resources in Area:  Production of oil from 7600 ft.-8100 ft. in the
     Phoenix Lake Field, three miles east of the well.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations In
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area:  TX-12, ix-23. ix-54, ix-55, ix-56,
     with 2-1/2 rules.
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):   nixed organic nitriles 907,
       organic nickel and phosphorous compounds 1.0%, appearance - clear, dark brown.

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:  '|M	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:  N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity:   /A	
    D.  Temperature;   5Q"C
    E.  pH:
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:   ':/A	
   a
 .  Reactivity with Surflace Equipment Components:  'N/A
5.  Degradability Level and Rate:  ::/.\
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not sterile at  injection; bacterial  activity minimal  due to	
      anaerobic conJilions.	
7.  Pre-inJectlon Waste Treatment:  Hulling wastes  from  the nanufacturinK operation
      will be mixed with another distillate vaste stream to -control,  viscosity.
      The mixture is sent to a hold-up  tank where it is  pressure filtered and inlected,

V.  WELL -DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
1. Casing and Tubing
Hole
Size
Surface
Intermediate 8-5/8"
Casing or Tubing Depth
Weight and Grade Size Set
!'-4n 32.31;''/ft. 9-5/8 1637
J-55 171/f/ft. 5-1/2 4630

Injection
Other


2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives,  Emplacement Horizon: lOOQ sacks
      of 50/50 Poznlx + ?."' Ce3 + TL CnCl9 + 155 sacks of class A c.onmon  to surface.
      2'1'j sacks oi coi.unon and Jii sacks of" LR-11;  1400 sacks of Pozmix +  57' gilsonite.

3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);  ::/A
 .  Packers. Centrallzers , and Other  Subsurface  Equipment:  7 centralizers on  the
      9-5/8 inch casing; 28 centralizers on the  5-1/2  inch casing. _
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;   Open hole completion.
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs,  etc.;   v/~
VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIIMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;   x/.\
2.  Filters:   Pressure filter
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3.  Pumps;  >-/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psi  (During Life of Well to  Present)

    Date(s)	 Average	 Maximum
     it
     it
     it
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_        x/A _ B.  19_ _ C.   19_

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and  Data;   '-.'el] head and annul us pressure; Injection
          flow rate; inject Lou  flow volume.

    B.  Sampling Frequency and  Water Quality Parameters Measured; periodically
          I'.easiire'J and reported if a 5"' variance occurs.

    C.  Frequency of Measuring  Water Levels  and Hydrostatic Heads: Continuous
          no a 5 l
2.  Contingency  Plan for Well  Failure  During Operation; Pump wastes to other
      company wcl.la in immediate vicinity. _ ^
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  A1.1 casing must he  tested for leakage at
          1000 _ nsi ; injection  tubing must he  unaffected by wastes. _

    B.  Monitoring Requirements;  Casing and  bottom hole pressure tests; complete
          clie'i.ic^l  analysis of \mstes ; monitor wellhead and annul us pressure,   ~
          rates  and total volume; report biannually ;_ 57 deviations report ImmecU
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;  X/A
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                                                          TX-58
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNTIED STATES
 Permit Status:    PDR
                                    Operational Status:
 Operating Company Name and Address:  ceianese Chemical Co.
                                     P.O. Box 428 - Bishop. Texas
 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data:  (Day)  01
                                  (Month)	10
 2.   Latitude and Longitude:  2r34'25"/9750'23"
                          (Year)  72
 3.   Well  Location (Legal  Description):   Section 149TF.Z.  Bishop subdivision
     of the Weil Ranch in Mathis Garcia Survey.   		
     County :__Nueces
                                     State:   Texas
 5.   SIC Classification;   2899
 II.   GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.   Type  of Waste Injected:  Aqueous effluent from petrochemical manufacturing
 2.
 3.
 M.
 5.
 6.

 7.
 8.
 9.
10.
Date WellPernAtted: 08/18/69
Injection Rate:  N/A
             Completed:
Injection Pressure:  N/A
Total Depth of Well: 4720 ft.
Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone: Anahuac. oiigocene
                                        4000 - 4650 ft.
Date Injection Began: (Day) N/A    (Month)        ~
                         (Year)
Total Volume Injected to Date:
Date Injection Ceased: (Day)
Previous Mode of Disposal:
    N/A
                        (Gallons)
      (Month)
N/A
            _(Year)
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
 Beaumont
 Lissie
 Goliad
 Largarto
 Oakville
 Catahoula
 Anahuac
                 (b)
                 Age
                 Pleistocene
                 Pleistocene
                 Pliocene
                 Miocene	
                 Miocene	
                 Miocene
                 Oiigocene
   (c)
   Depth
   _o	
    300
    1200
    1800
                                      4000
(d)
Thickness
  300
  900
  600
              250
(e)
Llthologic Description
 clay,  sand	
 sand,  clay	
 sand	
 clay	
 sandstone	
 tuff,  clay	
 sand
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
 Confining Bed
U) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
G) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Anahuac
4000
250



Oligocene
24


sand















    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  N/A
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
Beaumont
Lissie
Goliad
Depth
0
600
900
Thickness

300
100
Area! Lithologic
Extent Character
variable sand, clay
extensive sand, clay
extensive sand
Fluid
Character
fresh
fresh
frresh


    Mineral Resources in Area: Oil and gas in the area.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area: City Of Bishop water wells;
      Humble  Oil  and Refining Co. have nine water wells 9000 ft. SW.
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity); Sodium formate - 400,000 ppm
      organic acids,  aldehydes	

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:    N/A	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;    N/A	
    C.  Specific Gravity: N/A	
    D.  Temperature:  N/A	
    E.  pH:    N/A	
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:   N/A	
4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;   Possible corrosion

5.  Degradablllty Level and Rate:   None
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably not  sterile  at  injection;  bacterial  activity minimal	

7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment:  Oil  skimmer, emergency storage pond, toxic
     materials monitoring  pond,  an equalization pond, nutrient addition facilities.
     two  aeration  basins,  a clarifier, a sludge digestor, and a cooling tower.

V.  WELL DESIGN AND INSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tliblng
Surface
Intermediate

  lection
Hole
Size




Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
40. 5# H-40
20# J-55
Schedule 40 stainless
11. 6# J-55
Size
10-3/4
7
6-5/8
4-1/2
Depth
Set
1550
4250
4250-4650
4300

Other

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon; 10-3/4"
    casing - cemented to surface; 7" casing - cemented to surface; 6-5/8"
    casing - cemented to surface	

3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models): N/A
i).  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment; Packer set at 4300 ft.



5.  Bottom Hole Completion: Sand perforated  4550 - 4650 ft.

6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:  N/A
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines; N/A
2.  Filters:  N/A
                                     (0

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3.  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum 	
     n
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_  	B.  19_  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:
 3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:
                                     (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                                                                  TX-59
                   COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNITED STATES
Permit Status:   FDR
                                        Operational Status:n_
Operating Company Name and Address:  now chemical

                                     J? .O. Box Dr;n
                                                     K 
                                                                         75541
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)   01           	
2.  Latitude and Longitude:  2859'4l"/9523'54"
                                      (Month)
                                             10
              (Year)  79
3.  Well Location (Legal Description);  10467.01 feet southerly along west- 1-inP
     from NW corner of Alexander Calv.it League. Ab. 49.	
    County:  Brazoria
                                         State;  Texas
5.  SIC Classification:
                          2818
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE


1.  Type of Waste Injected:   Organic and inorganic fluid waste from th_e
      manufacture of glycerine.
 2.
 3.
 M.
 5.
 6.

 7.
 8.
 9.
10.
    Date Well Permitted;   8/21/69
    Injection Rate;    500,000,000 gpy
                                              Completed:
                          595
    Injection Pressure:	
    Total Depth of Well:  52T5~plugged back to~58'6T
    Name, Age, and Depth Of Injection Zone:   Miocene sands, L. Miocene 5780
                                       (MonthT
                                                 07
Date Injection Began: (Day)	^^
Total Volume Injected to Date:   1,377,754,997   (7/727
Date Injection Ceased: (Day)  N/A" (Month)
Previous Mode of Disposal;  N'/A    	
             (Year)  70
                                                                     (Gallons)
                                                          (Year),
HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
 Alluvium
 Beaumont
                     (b)
                                (c)
                      Recent
                                     310
                                     3100
                      Pleistocene

                      Pliocene
                      Vdocene	

                      Lower Miocene  5050
                                     4050
(d)
                                                          (e)
                                    Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
                                              310
                                          1000
                                          950
                                          1050
                                              250
             clay,  sand
             sands .  cla
             sands, clav
                                                      sands .  clay
                                    (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Unit
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
00 Formation Fluid Pressure, psl
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution
Miocene sands
5800

2R50 (at 6100 ft)
1.0 psi/ft. cst.
0.85 psi/ft.
Miocene
28-3J
200-1000
31 (at 6100 ft)
L'nconsoli.dated san
v'itli a lar^c areal
extent

1300
4500



Tertiary



i clavs and sands


    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:   Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
Alluvium
lie a u; urn L
Depth
Recent
Thickness
0
Pleistocene '300
Area!
Extent
300
950
Lithologic
Character
IDS-] 000 ppra
TDS-1000-3000
Fluid
Character
Public use
pnra Pub 1 ic

use



 .  Mineral Resources in Area;   The nearest pctroleun  production  is  at  a  depth
     '',.)0''-57'.n  ft.  in t'.ie  St rat I on  Rld^c ,  South  Field,  3-1/2 miles  cast Or
     d isposal
5.
    Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations  in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area:   stratum  Ridee,  South Field,
      '3-1/2 miles east; TX-59,  TX-7!, TX-81  are  all  on  the  same  corap.inv  plant
      i neat L<->n 
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);   Volume 1250 gpn glycerine.
      tetrachlorohexene,  ethers,  sodium hydroxide,  sodium chloride and sodium
      carbonate
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;
    C.  Specific Gravity;    .1.026 (at  I75
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3.  Toxicity:    Possible  toxicity  from  high Nal  concentration -  f-nvi^  in^estion
      Improbable due to taste  effect.	

1.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;  M0t-oi
      high salt concentration,  also  strong NaOH corrodes  aluminum.
5*  Degradabllity Level and Rate:   Possible  chemical  breakdown  of  organics  in
      strong NaOH.	

6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not  sterile at injection,  possible breakdown  of organics under
      anaerobic conditions.	
7.  Pre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment;   Sedimentation,  filtration,  and the addition
      of anhydrous  hydrochloric acid to reduce  the oil  to  7.0.	


V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTOUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing
Surface
Intermediate

  lection
Hole
Size
17-1/2
12-1/4
Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
H-40 48#/ft.
N-800 40tf/ft.
Size
13-3/8
9-5/8
Depth
Set
1.355
5,778


K-55 23#/ft.
7
5,676

Other

2.  Type and Amouit of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon; 13-3/8
      inch  casing  -  575  sks  Trinity  Lite Wate +  365 sks Lone Star Class "A" plus
      2%  Ca Cl  . 9-5/8 inch  casing - 635 sks TLW + 370 sks Texacore E then 550 sks
3.  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models);  N/A
    Packers, CentralizeraV and Other Subsurface Equipment;  EOT hydraulic set Huskey
      H-l  Packer  set  at  5677.89  ft.
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:   Ribbed screen 5778-5864 ft. with S.S. wire.	

6.  HydraulicFracturing, Acidizing Programs, eto.;  Acidization:  5788-5864 ft.;
       475 bbl.  of  15%  HC1.	

VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:  A surge tank is used to hold the fluid and
       control  the  rate of  flow to the injection pumps.	

2.  Filters:   N/A
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3.  Punps:   N/A	
VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   6/7?	  Average__LL1Q	  Maximum   1250
              7/7112191250
                                                        
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   6/72	  Average    595	  Maximum    630
              7/71	             510                   640
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_72    295.986.000    B.  19_71   533.309.000 C.  19_70    158,131.000

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;   Wellhead an annulus pressure;  Injection
          flow rajie:  in1 action flow volume.

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  Periodically
          measured and reported if a 5% variance occurs. _

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads ;  Continuous
          monitoring. _
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;   Pump wastes to other
       company well (WDW-81) in immediate vicinity. _
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  All casing must be tested for leakage at _
          1000 psi; injection tubing must be unaffected by wastes. _

    B.  Monitoring Requirements t  Casing and bottom hole pressure tests; complete
          chemical analysis of wastes; monitor wellhead an annulus pressure, raCes
          and total volume; report biannually; 5% deviations report immediately.""
    C.  Restrictions Of Operation Procedures;   Surface injection pressure
          2500 psig max.             _ _ _
                                      (d)

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                                             Well Id.  Code:
                                                          TX-60
                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
Penult Status ;
              PDF
                                         Operational Status:
 Operating Company Name and Address; DuVal Corporation
                 DN
 1.
 2.
 3.
                                    P.O. Box 1512 - Pecos. Texas
 I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA
Entry Date of Data: (Day)   01
Latitude and Longitude:   3l40'/l0450'
                                      (Month)	09
              (Year)	72
Vfell Location (Legal Description):  1262  ft. north along the west line of
 section 19,  Block 111,  PSL  Survey then 1300 ft. east	
     County:   Culberson
                                     State:
                                                   Texas
 5.  SIC Classification;  1321
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE
 1.  Type of Waste Injected:
     Formation.
                         Sulfur mining plant bleed water frpm the Rustler
 2.
 3.
 U.
 5.
 6.

 7.
 8.
 9.
10.
Date Well Permitted:_
Injection Rate:  N/A~
                          8/25/69
 Completed:
Injection Pressure;  N/A
Total Depth of Well:  2948
Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone: Cherry Canyon, Permian
                                        2700 - 2725 ft.
Date Injection Began: (Day)  N/A   (MonEnT           (Year)
Total Volume Injected to Date;
Date Injection Ceased: (Day)
Previous Mode of Disposal:
                                    N/A
                        (Gallons)
                                       (Month)
                                N/A
            .(Year).
 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
Alluvium
                 (b)
                 Age
                 Recent
Rustler
                 Permian
Ochoa
                 Permian.
Castile
                 Permian
Delaware
                 Permian
Cherry Canyon
                 Permian
                                    (c)
                                    Depth
                                    _o	
                                     70
                                     595
                                     880
                                     2080
                                     2700
(d)
Thickness
   70
   525
   282
   1200
   860
   25
(e)
Llthologlc Description
sand, gravel	
limestone, dolomite
anhydrite	
anhydrite, limestone
sandstone, shale
quartzite sand

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Infection Unit
                                             Confining Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturlng Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, raillidarcles
(10) Reservoir Temperature, WC
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution
Cherry Canyon
2700
25
1455
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Permian
25
5000

Quartzite sand















    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Brine: IDS - 25.000 ppm.
          Chloride - 15,000 ppm	
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
Alluvium
Rustler
Depth
_0	
 70
           Areal
Thickness  Extent
          Lithologic
          Character
Fluid
Character
  70
variable  sand, gravel    poor
  525
extensive sand, limestone saline
 .  Mineral Resources in Area:  Sulfur mining, oil and gas drilling.
5.  Location ofOther WeHs, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area;  N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity); Saline water with high
      sulfates.
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;  N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:  33.500
    C.  Specific Gravity:  N/A	
    D.  Temperature:  N/A	
    E.  pH;   N/A	
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxlclty:  N/A	
 .  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:  N/A
5.  Degradability Level and Rate: N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably  not  sterile  at  injection; bacterial activity minimal	

7.  Pre-injectlon Waste Treatment;  Sedimentation
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	  	  &-5T8       705
Intermediate                                                7
   ection                                                   5-i/z       2TOTT
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:  8-5/8"
    casing - 150 sks cement to surface; 7" casing - 140 sks cement; 5-1/2"
    casing - cemented from 1700 - 2100 ft.

3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);  N/A
 .  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:  N/A
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:  Open hole
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:  N/A~
VT.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines; 440 ft. x 440 ft x 15 ft. sedimentation basin.


2.  Filters:
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:  N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   N/A	  Average	  Maximum	
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   N/A          Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_    N/A	B.  19_  	C.  19_  	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring  Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data; Well head and annulus pressure; injection
          flow rate and volume.	'

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality^Parameters Measured; Periodically
          measured and reported if  a 5% variance occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads; Continuous"

2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;                       ~
 3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements; All  casing must be tested for leakage at	
          1000 psi;  injection tubing must be unaffected by"wastes.

    B.  Monitoring  Requirements:  Casing and bottom hole pressure tests; complete
          chemical analysis  of wastes; monitor" wej.1head and annulus pressure,
          rates  and  total  volume;  report bianriualTy'
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:.   xx-61
                                     JSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
Permit Status:
                  PDR
                                    Operational Status:
                                                               DN
Operating Company Name and AddressV DuTai Corporation
                                    P.O. Box 1512 - Pecos, Texas
I.  GENERAL IDEMTIPICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day) 01
2.  Latitude and Longitude:
                                      (Month)   10
                                                            (Year)
                                                                 72
3.  Well Location (Legal Description); 660 ft. south of the north line and
     660 ft. east of the west line of Sec J, Black III, PSL Survey
1|.  County;    Culberson
                                          State:     Texas
5.  SIC Classification;  1321
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SflE

1.  Type of Waste Injected:  Sulfur mining plant bleed water (Frasch process)
2.
3.
1.
5.
6.
     Date Well PfermlttedT~N7gr
     Injection Rate:     luud ggm
                                          Conpleted:
                            N/A
Injection Pressure:^	
Ttotal Depth of Well;   3uuu ft.
     Name, Age, and Depth Of Injection Zone:  Castile-Cherry  Canyon,  Permian
                                             TTCJ-TOUcTand 21UO-3000 ft.
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)   N/A  (MonEnT
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:    fl?A
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)  ."^*   (Month)"
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:   fl'A   	"
                                                           (Year)
                                                          _(Year)_
                                                                      (Gallons)
 III.  GE30LOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
 Alluvium
                      (b)
                       .ecent
 Rustler
                       Permian
 Ochoa
                       Permian
 Castile
                       Permian
 Deleware
                       Permian
 Cherry Canyon
                       Permian
                                (0)
                                  70
                                  595
                                  880
                                  2080
                                  2700
                                             (d)
                                             Thickness
                                               7T3
                                               525
                                               1200
                                               860
                                               25
(e)
Lithplogic Description
 sand,  gravel
 limestone,  dolomite
 anhydrite	
 anhydrite,  limestone
 sandstone,  shale	
 quartzite sand	
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Unit
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Llthostatic Pressure, psi
6) fydrofracturlng Pressure, psi
7) Age of Unit
8) Porosity %
9) Permeability, raillidarcles
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Castile-Cherry Can}
970 2100
30 900



Permian



limestone, sand


on












    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:   Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
Alluvium
Rustler
Area! Llthologlc Fluid
Depth Thickness Extent Character Character
0 70 variable sand, gravel poor
70 525 extensive sand, limestone saline



 .  Mineral Resources In Area:  Sulfur mining, oil and gas fields
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area;  N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity): Saline waste water with
      high  gulf ides.	

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mgA:  JN/A
                           N/A
B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;  34,000
C.  Specific Gravity:
D.  Temperature:
E.  pH:  N/A
                      N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity;  N/A
 .  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components: Possible  corrosion dae  <-o
      salts.
5.  Degradability Level and Rate:  N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably  not  sterile  at  injection; bacterial activity minimal.	

?  Pre-injectlon Waste Treatment;  Sedimentation
V.  WEIL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing
                   Hole
                   Size
                                Casing or Tubing
                                Weight and Grade
Surface
Intermediate
Size
 22
IhJ(
Oth
Iection
er
                                                          16
                                                             9-5/8
Depth
Set
 150
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
      16" casing - 500 sks cement; 9-5/8" casing - 250 sks cement.
            730
                                                                     2191
            2189
3.  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models);   N/A
  .  Packers, Centralizerst and Other Subsurface Equipment:  N/A
J.  Bottom Hole Completion:  ppen hole
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  N/A"
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT


1.  Holding TankB and PlOW Lines: 440 ft x 440 ft x 15 ft. sedimentation hasii
2.  Filters:   N/A
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:    N/A	


VII. _ OPERATIQH CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  N/A	  Average	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  N/A	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_    N/A	B.  19_  	C.  19	

VIII.  SAFEH INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Well head  and  annulus  pressure;  injection
         flow rate and volume.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  Periodically
         measured and reported  if  a 5% variance  occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads; Continuously"

2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;  N/A
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  All casing must  be tested for  leakage  at	
         1000 psi; injection tubing must be unaffected by wastes.

    B.  Monitoring Requirements;   Casing and bottom hole pressure tests;  complete
         chemical analysis of wastes;  monitor well head and annulus pressure,
         rates and total volume; report biannually.
    C.  Restrictions Of Operation Procedures;  Maximum permitted surface
         injection pressure at 1000 psi.	 		
                                     (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                                                                TX-63
                   COMPILATION: OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                                                  STAGES
Permit Status:
                 PDR
                                         Operational Status:	p_
Operating Company Name and Address;   DuVal Corporation
                                      P.O. Box 1512 - Pecos, Texas  79772
I.  GENERAL DJENTIPICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)	01
                                      (Month)
                                                 10
2.  Latitude and Longitude;  3i40'07"/io4i3'r12^
             (Year)  72
3.  Well Location (Legal Description):  IQOQ''ft. south of north line and 2050
     ft. 'east of west line, Section 15, Block li, PSL Survey.
1|.  County;  Culberson
                                         State:  Texas
5.  SIC Classification:
                          1321
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type Of Waste Injected:   Sulfur mining plant bleed water.
2.  Date Well Permitted;  8/25/69
3.  Injection Rate;  200,000.000
                                              Completed:
    Injection Pressure;  70
                           1700
5.  Total Depth of Well;               	
6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Ihjl-ctlon Zone:   cast lie.  Permian.  1175
                                       (Month)  06
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)	       _
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date;  204.031.OOP
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)  N/A  (Monthf"
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;   N/A	
                                                          (Year)  70
                                                                     (Gallons)
                                                          JYear)
PI..  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
Alluvium
Rustler
Ochoa
(b)
Age
Recent
Permian
Permian
(c)
Depth
0
70
595
(d)
Thickness
70
525
282
(e)
lAthologic Description
sand, gravel
limestone, dolomite
anhydrite
Castile
                     Permian
                                      880
1200
anhydrite, limestone
                                    (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit  and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
Confinine Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (R.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(*0 Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millldarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Castile
1175
525
.45 psi/ft. est.
1.0 psi/ft. est.
1.0 psi/ft. est.
Permian
25
5000

Limestone ,
anhydrite

Ochoa
600
300



Permian



Anhvdrite


    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:   Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
Alluvium
Rustler
Area! Llthologic Fluid
Depth Ihickness Extent Character Character
0 70 variable sand, gravel poor
70 525 extensive sand, limestone saline



4.  Mineral Resources in Area:  Sulfur, oil, gas.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area;  N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  volume - looo gpm, highly
      saline with sulfate

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;  N/A	
 -  B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:  34,000	
    C.  Specific Gravity;  N/A  	
    D.  Temperature:   N/A	
    E.  pH;   N/A	
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:   N/A	


k.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;   N/A
5.  Degradabllity Level and Rate:   N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not  sterile at  injection,  no  biological  activity  due to lack of
      substrate and anaerobic  conditions.
7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment;   Sedimentation.
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	  	  16	   185
Intermediate		_  9-5/8       931
M
Otfi
ection          	  	  i	   1175
ier
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon; 16-inch
      casing  -  175  sks Pozmix + 2% CaCU - to surface, 9-5/8 inch casing - 700 sks
      Pozmix  +  27, CaCl?  to  150 ft., 7 inch casing - 475 sks Pozmix + 4% CaCl?.

3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);  N/A
 .  Packers. Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;  N/A
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:   N/A
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  N/A~
VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and PlOW Lines:   440 ft. x 440 ft. x 15 ft. sedimentation tank,
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:   yyA	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  n /?]	  Average     250       Maximum   250
     "       6/71	              1100               1200
     11        ft/7n	              1200	           uno
     it         '
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   11/71	  Average	TO	  Maxinum    90
     "        em                   "" ins  	            IPS'
     "         6/70	             125	            150
                                  _______         	
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19.21    183.541.000      B.  1920    20.490.000  C.  19	  	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data: Wellhead an annulus  pressure; injection
         _low  rate;  Iniection  flow volume	

    B.  Sanpling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured; Periodically
          measured  and  reported  if a  5% variance occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads; Continuous
          monitoring.
2.  Contingency Plan for WeH Failure During Operation: N/A
 3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  All  casing  must  be  tested  for  leakage  at  1000
          psi; injection tubing must be  unaffected by wastes.	

    B.  Monitoring Requirements:   Casing and bottom hole  pressure tests;
          complete chemical analysis of  xjastcs; monitor wellhead and  annulus    ~
          pressure,  rates and total volume.
    C.  Restrictions Of^ Operation  Procedures;  Surface  injection pressure

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                                             Well Id. Code:
                                                          TX-64
                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND' MUJCTCIPAL
 Permit Status:
              PDR
       Operational Status:
    DN
 Operating Company Name and Address: DuVal Corporation
                                     P.O. Box 1507 - Fort Stockton. Texas
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)	01
                                  (Month)
                                                  09
 2.   Latitude and Longitude;  3055'i6"/i0259T30Tr
                          (Year)
           72
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description): 126.4 ft. north of the south line and
     154 ft. east of the west line Sec. 589,G.C.&S.F.R.R. Survey, Ab. 3008
     County:   Pecos
                                     State:
                  Texas
 5.  SIC Classification:   1321
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type of Waste Injected;  Sulfur mining (Frasch process) - bleed water from
      the Salado Formation.
 2.
 3.
 i.
 5.
 6.

 7.
 8.
 9.
10.
Date Well Permitted;  8/28/69
Injection Rate;  18,000 gpm
             Completed:
Injection Pressure;   N/A
Total Depth of Well;  2200 ft.
Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:
Date Injection Began: (Day)  N/A   (Month)
            Gravburg  - San Andreas. Permian
            1590 ft.               	
Total Volume Injected to Date:
Date Injection Ceased: (Day)
Previous Mode of Disposal:
    N/A
                         (Year)
            (GaTIonsT
      (Month)
N/A
.(Year).
 HI.  GEOLOGIC DEFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
  Alluvium
                 (b)
                 Age
                  Recent
  Comanone
  Rustler
  iTalado (Castile)
  Tamsill
  Yates          ~
  Grayburg        '
  San Andreas
                  Cretaceous
                  Permian
                  Permian
                  Permian
                  Permian
                  Permian
                  Permian
(c)
Depth
0
60
200
310
610
760
1590
1750
(d)
Thickness
60
140
110
300
150
830
160
450
                        (e)
                        Llthologic Description
                         sand,  gravel	
                         limestone	
                         sandstone
                         limestone
                         limestone
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                             Confinine Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
C5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
7) Age of Unit
8) Porosity %
9) Permeability, millidarcles
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
Cll) Character and Area!
Distribution
Grayburg-San Andrea
1590
610
0.45 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Permian



limestone


3
60
1500



Perm. - Cret .



carbonates, sandstone
evaporites

    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids: Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


                Depth
Name
  N/A
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
    Mineral Resources in Area! Production of oil and gas in the area is found
     at depths of 4900 - 5600 ft. in the Heiner field.
5.  Location of Other wells, Abandoned Wells, and OtherPenet rat ions in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area;  Heiner field located 1-1/2
      miles from the injection well.
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity): High sulfide brines.
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:  N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:  N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity;  N/A	
    D.  Temperature:  N/A	
    E.  pH;  N/A	
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:   N/A	
H.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Ckanponents; Possible corrosion

5.  Degradabllity Level and Rate: None
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not  sterile at injection; bacterial activity minimal.

7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment;   N/A
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	  	  ~~&~       3PT
Intermediate
  lection          	  	   11-3/4    1630
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
     16" casing - 350 sks cement; 11-3/4" casing - 150 sks cement
3.  Sell Head Equipment (Name and Models);  N/A
 .  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;   N/A
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:  Open hole
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:  N/A
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;  N/A
2.  Filters:   NTT"
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_ 	B.  19_  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:
 2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;
 3.  Regulatory  Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
     C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:    TX-65
                   COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
 Permit Status:
                 PDR
   Operational Status:
DN
Operating Company Name and Address;  DuVal Corporation
                                     P.O. Box 1507 - Fort Stockton. Texas
 I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.  Entry Date of Data:  (Day)  01
                                      (Month)	10
 2.   Latitude  and Longitude;  30055'16"/10259'30"
                      (Year)	72
 3.  Well  Location (Legal  Description):  2540.7'  east of the west line and 299.2'
     south of the north line of Sec 16,  Block 105, G.C. & S.F.R.R.  Survey	
 i|.  County;    Pecos
                                         State:    Texas
 5.   SIC Classification;   I3zr
 II.   GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.   Type  of Waste Injected;  Sulfur mining (Frasch process)  - bleed water from
       the Salado Formation.
2.  Date Well Permitted;  8/28/69
3.  Injection Rate:   N/A"
                                               Completed:
     Injection Pressure:                                         	
 5.   Total Depth of Well;   2850 ft.                              	
 6.   Name, Age, and Depth  Of Injection Zone;  Grayburg - San Andreas,  Permian
 7.  Date Injection Began:  (Day)  N/
 8.  Total Volume Injected  to Date:
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)_
10.  Previous Node of Disposal:
                                N/A
                                             1590 ft.
                                       (MonEKT
                                     N/A
                                       (Month)
                     (Year)
                     TYear).
                                (Gallons)
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION
 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
  Alluvium
                     (b)
                        cent
  Comanche
  Rustler
  Salado (Castile)
  Tamsill	
  Yates
  Grayburg
  San Andreas
                     Cretaceous
                     Permian
                     Permian
                     Permian
                     Permian
                     Permian
                     Permian
(c)
60
200
310
610
760
1590
(d)
Thickness
60
140
110
300
150
830
160
(e)
Llthologic Description
Sand , gravel
limestone
sandstone



limestone
1750
                                                          limestone
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic  Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                             Confinine Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
H) Thickness (Pt.)
CM) Formation Fluid Pressure, psl
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psl
(6) Hydrofracturlng Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, mlllidarcles
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Grayburg-San Andrea
1590
610
0.45 psi/ft est..
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Permian



Limestone


s
60
1500



Cret. - Perm.



Carbonates, sandstone
evaporites

    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids: saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


                Depth
Name
 N/A
           Areal
Ihickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
 .  Mineral Resources in Area toil and gas production.
Fluid
Character
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate fydrologically Affected Area:  on and gas field 1-1/2 miles
      away.
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity); High sulfide brine.
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:  N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;  N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity:  N/A
    D.  Temperature:  N/A	
    E.  pH;   N/A	
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:   N/A	
H.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:  Possible corrosion

5.  Degradabillty Level and Rate:   N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not sterile;  bacterial  activity minimal.	

7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment;  N/A
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	  	  13-3/8     410
Intermediate
   ection                                                    8-5/8     1655
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:  N/A
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);
 .  Flackers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;   N/A
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;   Open  hole  -  ibbu to 2^20 tt
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:   N/A
2.  Filters:
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
     n
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
     II
     II
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_  	B.  19_  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;         ~
3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:
                                     (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                                            TX-66
                   COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS
Permit Status:
PDR
Operational Status:
DN
Operating Company Name and Address;  DuVal  Corporation
                                     P.O.  Box  1507 - Fort  Stockton. Texas
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)   01     (Month)  09
                                          (Year)   72
2.  Latitude and Longitude:  30"55'l6"/l0259r30Tr
3.  Well Location (Legal Description): 2151.3' north of  the  south  line and  664'
     east  of  the  west  line  of  Sec  589,  G.C.  &  S.F.R.R. Survey, Ab.  3008	
    County:
                       State:   Texas
5.  SIC Classification:   3-321
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type of Waste Injected;   Sulfur mining  (Frasch process) - bleed water from
the Salado Formation.

2. Date Well Permitted: 8/28/69
3. Injection Rate: N/A
Completed :



M. Injection Pressure: N/A
5. Total Depth of Well: "00 tt.
6. Name, Age, and Depth of Injection
7. Date Injection Began: (Day) N/A
Zone: Grayburg - San Andreas,
1590 ft.
(Month) (Year)
8. Total Volume Injected to Date: N/A
9. Date Injection Ceased: (Day)
10. Previous Mode of Disposal: N/A
(Month) (Year)

Permian


(Gallons)



PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION
1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
 Alluvium
    (b)
    Age
     Recent
 Comanche Peak
 Rustler         ~
 Salado(Castile)
 Tamsill
 Yates
 Grayburg
 San Andreas
    Cretaceous
    Permian
    Permian
    Permian
    Permian
    Permian
    Permian
(c)
Depth
0
60
200
310
610
760
1590
1750
(d)
Thickness
60
140
110
300
150
830
160
450
                 (e)
                 Lithologic Description
                  sand, gravel
                  limestone	
                  sandstone
                  limestone
                  limestone
                                    (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                             Conflnine Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(4) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Ifydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, raLllidarcies
(10) Fteservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution
Grayburg-San Andre
1590
610
0.45 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ ft est.
Permian



limestone


as
60
1500



Cret. - Perm.



carbonates.
sandstone, and
evaporites
    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
  N7A
                    Areal     Lithologic     Fluid
Depth    Thickness  Extent    Character      Character
 .  Mineral Resources in Area:  Oil and gas production 1-1/2 miles away.
5.  Location of Other wells, Abandoned wells, and Other renetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area;   Oil wells	
IV.  WAS1E CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  High suifide brine.
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:   N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;   N/A"
    C.  Specific Gravity;   N/A
    D.  Temperature:  N/A	
    E.  pH;   N/A	
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxlcity:   N/A	


H.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Ciomponents;   Possible  corrosion

5.  Degradablllty Level and Rate;   None                             ~
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not  sterile;  bacterial  activity minimal.	

7.  Pre-lnjection Waste Treatment;  N/A
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface                                                       16          410.57
   lection          	  	   11-3/4      1553
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
      16" casing - 4000 sks cement  to  surface;  11-3/4"  casing  -  275  sks  cement,
 3.  Veil Head Equipment (Name and Models);   N/A
    Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;   N/A
 5.   Bottom Hole Completion:  Open hole - 1553  to  2500 ft.

 6.   Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;   N/A"
 VI.   DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

 1.   Holding Tanks and Flow Lines:   N/A
 2.   Filters:
                                      (c)

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3.  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Ejection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During life of Well to Present)
    
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19__  	B.  19_  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:
 2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:         ~
 3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id.  Code:
                                                            TX-67
                    COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                                        THE UNITED STA1
 Permit Status:__PDR	Operational Status:   o
 Operating Company Name and Address:   Phillips Petroleum Company
                                      P.O. Box 391 - Borger, Texas  79007
 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data: (Day) Ql	(Month)	09
 2.   Latitude and Longitude: 35^44 i7"/ioii3r2irT~
                                                       (Year)	72
 3.  Vfell Location (Legal Description):  6714 ft. north of south line and 1177 ft.
      east of west line of Sec. 70, Block 46, H&TC Surv, Hutchinson County, Texas,
     County;   Hut ch ins on
                                     State:  Texas
 5.  SIC Classification; 2814
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.   Type of Waste Injected;  Waste fluid from a butadiene plant.
 2.
 3.
 H.
 5.
 6.

 7.
 8.
 9.
10.
Date Well Permitted;   12/2/69
Injection Rate:   160,000,000 gpy
                                          Completed:
Injection Pressure;  Vacuum
Total Depth of Well;  5075
Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone: Qranite wash., Permian,
                                   (Month)  IT
Date Injection Began: (Day)	
Total Volume Injected to Date:  245,125,332"
Date Injection Ceased: (Day)  N/A  (Month)
Previous Mode of Disposal;   N/A	
(Year)
                                                                 (Gallons)
                                                      JYear).
 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION
 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
 Ogallala
 Elaine
  Clear Fork
  Brown
 Moore Co.
                 (b)
                  ertiary
                  Permian
                 Permian
                      Permian
                      Permian
                      Permian
                  Permian
                  Permian
  Arkosic Lime
  Granite Wash
                  Permian
                 Permian
(c)
Depth
1}
175
225
450
600
1880
2350
2610
2840
3840
(d)
Thickness
173
50
225
150
1280
470
260
230
1000
1200
                                                     (e)
                                                     Llthologlc Description
                                                     gvpsum
                                                     red shale
                                                     salt
                                                     shale, salt
                                                     anhvdrite
                                                     anhydrite, dolomite
                                                     limestone
                                                     limestone
                                                     arkosic sandstone
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                             Confining Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psl
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Ifydrofracturlng Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, "C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Granite Wash
3800
1200
.45 psi/ft. est.
1.0 psi/ft. est.
1.0 psi/ft. est.
Permian
high
high

a:jrkosic sandstone


Blaine-Arkosic Lime
175
3600



Permian



carbonates , evaporite
and shale

    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
Ogallala
Depth
 0
Thickness
 175
Area!
Extent
regional
aquifer
Llthologic
Character
Fluid
Character
sandstone and * fresh x^ater with a
                                              conglomerate   high concentration of
                                                             TDS
    Mineral Resources in Area:  There are numerous oil and gas x^ells reported in
     the area. All producing oT"abandoned wells are suitably protected from any
     communication with the disposal well.

    Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area:
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):  2500 ppm hydrocarbons
      (ketone, acrolein, aldehyde, alcohol) saline.

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;  N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;  441,600
    C.  Specific Gravity:   1.3	
    D.  Temperature:  N/A	
    E.  pH;   7.3	
                                     (b)

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3 .  Toxic Ity :    Possible  toxicitv  from hip.h  NaCl  concentration
      repelling  effect  of  taste:  nosgible  toxtr.ltv nf
M.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Ciomponents;   nnrmsinn  HUP  t-n
     NaCl  similar  to  seawater.
5.  Degradability Level and Rate;  N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After  Injection:
      Probably not  sterile  at  injection,  possible bacterial degradation  nf	
      organics in anaerobic environment with  oxvqen  from  nrpan-trg a  SO/,.  HCO^r  and CO
7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment;  Pressure filter system'.'      '        ......"''.       3
V.  WELL DESIGN AND COKSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing
Surface
Intermediate

  lection
Inject
Other
Hole
Size
20
14-3/4
Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade Size
3-55 75ft/ ft. Ifi
J-55 45#/ft. 10-3/4
Depth
Set
700
S074


J-55 200/ft. 6-5/8
380S
internally plastic coated
2.  Type and Arnault of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon;
     660 sks of Incor + 1 Ib. of latex/sack + 10% NaCl - 2nd stage - 67S slfg nf
     Class H -f- 20% Diaceld and 2%
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);   N/A
    Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;  Baker Model 190 -
      DA-75 at 3797 ft.                                   	
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;   Perforated completion with 1864 holes from 3843 ft. to

6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:   N/A


VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:  N/A	
2.  Filters:   Pressure  filter.
                                      (0

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3.  Purqps:  N/A	
VII.  OPERATION GHARAgraKESTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   4/72	  Average    434	  Maximum    882
     "        4/71	             273                    450
     "        7/70	             152	             180
     it          "                   -
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   4/72	  Average    -7	 Mstximan     28
     "        A/71	             -5	        	1
     "        7/70	             -7	        	0_
                                  	            -
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_7_2   80.558.000      B.  19_71   124.952,950 C.  1922  35,033,432

VIII.  SAFEIY INFORMATION

1.  Mcnitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;   Wellhead and annulus pressure; injection
          flow rate; injection flow volume.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality  Parameters Measured;  Periodically
          measured and reported if a 5% variance occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  Continuous
          monitoring.
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During  Operation;  Pump wastes to other
      company well (WDW-68) in irnmedj.atc vicinitv.	
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  All casing  must he tested For leakage at
           1000 psi; injection tubing must be  unaffected hv wastes.

    B.  Monitoring Requirements;  Casing and  bottom hole pressure tests; complete
           chemical analysis of wastes; monitor  wellhead and annulus  pressure,
           rates and total volume; report biannuallv;  5% deviations  report immed.
    C.  RestMctlonS Of Operation Procedures;  Operational  surface  iniection    ~
           pressure maximum - 1250 psig.
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                                            TX-6S
                   COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                                       THE UNTIE) STA1
Permit Status:  PDR
                   Operational Status:
Operating Company Name and Address;  Phillips Petroleum Company
                                     P.O.  Box 353 - Barker, Texas
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA
1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)   01    (Month)	in_
2.  Latitude and Longitude:   35044fi7"/ioii8T2nT
                                      (Year)
           72
3.  Vfell Location (Legal Description);   7003 ft. from the south line and 143 ft,
      from west line of Sec. 70, Block 46, H&TC Surv. , Hutchinson County, Texas
    County;  Hut chins on
                    State:  Texas
5.  SIC Classification:  2814
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type Of Waste Injected:  Waste fluid from butadiene plant.
2.
3.
M.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Date Well Permitted: 12/2 /6 Completed:
Injection Rate: 300,000,000 gpy
Injection Pressure: Vacuum
Total Depth of Well : 5 , o / 4
Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone: r.ranite Wash,

Date Injection Began: (Day) 23 (Month) 05
Total Volume Injected to Date : 683,131, ooo
Date Injection Ceased: (Day) N/A (Month)
Previous Mode Of Disposal: Hill Creek-discharge site.






Permian, 3800

(Year) 70
(Gallons)
(Year)


HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
 Alluvium
 Elaine
 Clear Fork
 Panhandle lime
 Brown Dolomite
 Moore County Lime
 Arkosic Lime	
 Granite Wash
(b)
  ecent
                      Permian
                      Permian
                      Permian
                      Permian
                      Permian
 Permian
 Permian
 Permian
 Permian
 Permian
 Permian
(c)
Depth
185
230
460
620
(d)
Thickness
ii
45
230
160
690
131n 300
1610
1875
2345
2605
2850
3850
265
470
260
245
1000
225 (TD)
(e)
Lithologlc Description
 Loose oetntai material
                                     Red shale
                                                          Salt
 Red shale, salt
 Salt with shale stringers
 Red shale
 Anhvdrite with shale
 Anhvdrite, dolomite
 Fine med . crystal line lime
 Lime w/some arkosic
 Pink detrital material
                                    (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit  and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                             Conflnincr Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Pt.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Ifydrofracturlng Pressure, psi
(7; Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, bC
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Granite Wash
3800
1200
.45 psi/ft. est.
1.0 psi/ft. est.
1.0 psi/ft. est.
Permian



arkosic sandstone


Blaine-Arkosic lime
175
3600



Permian



carbonates, evaporites
shale

    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:   Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
Oeallala


Depth
0


Area!
Thickness Extent
175 regional


Lithologic
Character
sandstone
conglomerate
Fluid
Character
fresh water
IDS

high




 .  Mineral Resources in Area:  oil and gas.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate fydrologicalty Affected Area;   N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity); 2,500 hydrocarbons (ketones,
     acrolein, aldehydes, alcohol) sodium chloride.	

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.   Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   N/A	
    B.   Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;   331,000	
    C.   Specific Gravity:  1.2	
    D.   Temperature:
    E.   pH:
                      N/A
              7.3
                                     (b)

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3 .  Toxlcity :  Posslhlp <-nv-irii-y fT-r.ni high M^rf conc
     improbable due to taste effect; acrolein toxic!
*t.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;  Corrosion due to high
     concentration.
5.  Degradability Level and Rate:   N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not sterile at in.iection, possible bacterial depradnt-inn nf	
      organics in anaerobic environment with oxygen from organlrs,  SO   HCO  anH rn,
7.  Pre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment;  Pressure filter svstPm.          4     J       J
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTKUCTION

1.  Casing and TUblng
Surface
Intermediate

  lection
Inject
Other
Hole
Size
14-3M
Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
75# J-55

Size
16
10-3/4
Depth
Set
720
5074


dual lined tubing
20# J-55 6-5/8
3780

2.  Type and Amovnt of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon;  16  inch
       casing  -865  sks  Incor  + 27,  CaCl  ;   10-3/4  inch casing  -  1st  stage  -  680 sks
       Incor + J0% NaCl  and  1  Ib. powdered  latex per  sack;  2nd stage -  625 sks  of
    """Class H + 2J  CaCl-.
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);    N/A
    Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:   Baker  model  "KB'
       Packer.
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;  Perforated  3858-3969.
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  2100  gal, of  15%  HCI  &  7200
      gal, of mud acid.

VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIIMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines; N/A	
2.  Filters:
                                     (c)

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3.
Pumps: N/A





VTI. OPERATIOH CHARACTERISTICS
1.
2.
3.
Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of V
Date(s) 6/72 Average 834
11 7/71
" 10/71
" 7/70
Injection Pressure, psi (During
Date(s) 6/72 Average
n n .
10/71
7/70
Annual Volume Injected, gal.
A. 1972 145.600.000 B.
748
463
610
Life
-7
0
-5
6
1971
VIII. SAFETY INFORMATION
fnl 1 ^*i HMtfin nmfr \
(en to rresenc;
Maximum 975
950
523
/*2d
of Well to Present)
Maximum 0
116
0
74
320,356.250 C. 1970 213r253.430

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data; Wellhead and annulus pressure: injection
          flow rate; injection flow volume.                ....._...

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured; Periodically
          measured and reported if a 5% variance occurs.

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads; continuous
          monitoring. _
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation; Pump  to other  company
      well  (WDW-67) in  immediate vicinity.
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements ;  All casing must be tested  for leakage at
          1000 psi; injection tubing must be unaffected by wastes.
    B.  Mopf fcQrl"g Tfrvyil Torrents ;  Casing and bottom hole pressure tests;  complete
          chemical  analysis  of wastes ; monitor vrellhead  and  annulus pressure ,  rates ,
          and  total volume;  report biannually; 5% deviations  report immediately.""
    C.  Restrictions Of Operation Procedures; Maximum surface  injection  pressure
          1250 psig.
                                      (d)

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                                             Well Id.  Code;       TX 69
                    COMPILATION OP DTOSTRIAL AND> MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION WELLS IN THE UKlliaj STATES

 Permit Status;   PDR	Operational Status:	o_
 Operating Company Name and Address:  Ceianese chemical Company
                                      P.O. Box 58009 - Houston, Texas 77058

 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data: (Day)  12     (Month)   09	(Year)  72
 2.   Latitude and Longitude;  2937'40"/95003'2A7r
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description);  George B.  McKinstry Harris Co., Texas.
      Abs. A-47. _
 **  County.  Harris      ____            State:   Texas
 5.  SIC Classification;  2818           _

 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type Of Waste Injected:  -2% acetaldehyde, 1.3% acetic acid,  1.9% chlorinated
       acetaldehydes , and 96.6% water.
 2.  Date Well Perndttedt  1/21 ibi             Completed;
 3.  Injection Rate;  250
  .   Injection Pressure;  450 PSJ
 5.  Total Depth of Well;  5.512
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone;  Miocene Sands.  4.500-5.4oo ft.

 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)  31    (Month)  10        (Year)  67
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date;  353,941.090	           (GallonsT
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day) N?A   (Month)            (Year)	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:   N/A	
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Lithologlc Description
  Beaumont Clay	   Pleistocene    Outcrops	   outcrop-clavev  soil
  Altaloma             Pleistocene   _____  ___^____   sand
  Lissie	   Pleistocene   	  	   sand,  sandy  clay, clay
 	Pliocene & Miocene  (well T.D.  5.512  in  Miocene  sands)	
  Frio	   Oligocene       6.050-6.450	  	
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Unit
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
C6) Jfydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution
Miocene Rands
5_,250
300
2,276

0.464 psi/ft.
Miocene
31.1
333
71"
sand, sandstone















    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
                                Areal     Lithologic     Fluid
            Depth    Thickness  Extent    Character      Character
            to 1450'                       Unconsolidated   fresh  to slightly
                                              sand of Pleis.   saline ,  may be hard
                                              and Pliocenecontain  iron
                                              ape
 j.  Mineral Resources In Area:  Clear Lake Oil Field as 1-1/2 miles west.  Occurs
     on a salt dome.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Inmediate Ffydrologically Affected Area:  X/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  Four aldehydes, three
      glvcols. acetate, acetic acid, alcohol, some heaw metals.	
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:  20-150
                           X/A
B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:  N/A
C.  Specific Gravity:_
D.  Temperature:
E.  pH;     3-5 '
                      N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity;   N/A	


J*.  Reactivity with Surface ^ulptnent Ccnponents;
5.  Degradabllity Level and Rate:  possible aPrnhiV
                                                                  1 TTtJl n 1 f'i^
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not sterile at injection; minimum_ bacteria] de.qra_dafion  due  to
      anaerobic environment.	
7.  Pre-lnjection Waste Treatment;  Filtration and PH adjust to  nhrmt-  s.
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
1. Casing and Tubing
Hole
Size
Surface 15
Intermediate 9-7/8
Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade Size
32.75# H-40 ST&C lfl-3/4
23* J-55 LTf.-C 7
Depth
Set
1567
5490

Injection
Other
Fibercast tubing 4-1/2
S.S. liner 4-1/2
5201
5201-5450
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:  1Q-3/4
      inch casing - 650 sks Howco Lite Wt.  + 100 sks cement w/2% CaC12 - 7 inch'
      CMSMnR ~ ^'J sks Howco Lite Wt.  w/850 sks Mary Neal Incor mixed 50/50 Pozmix

3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);   N/A
M.  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;  TLW nvpn s
      set  5201  ft;  10-3/4  inch Davis  type 600 Guide shoe:  10-3/4 inrh nay-jj-J Fill  up
      Float  Collar  type  700;  4 Bemoco  Type "E" Centrqlizers,  V 1540, 1500) lAfiP.,
      and  1439  ft:  7"  David  Fill  UP Float Collar  Tvpp  704,  ?1 nnnfr.Tl i ?orQ	
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;  Perforations - rj34Q-S3Rq  f^)  nnr| S^?S-S^S .fr	
      (4 shots/ft.)    	
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs', etc.; M
VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIIMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;
2.  Filters:  Plate type and a  cartridge  tvpe  filter.
                                     (C)

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3.  Pumps:   N/A	


VII.  OPERATION. CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   12/71	  Average   298	  Maximum    369
     "      ""12/70"'                 194  .	             303
     "        12/69                  167                     160
     11        12/68                  189                     276
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   12/71	  Average   458	  Maxlmm    507
     "        12/70450                    00
     "        12/69                  327	             425
     "        12768460                     505
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_71   103.312,320     B.  1921?    113,825,000 C.  19	  	

VIII.  SAFEK INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:  Wellhead and annulus  pressure;  injection
          low rate;  injection flow volume.	

    B.  Sanpllng Frequency and Water Quality  Parameters Measured:  Periodically
          measured and reported if a 5% variance occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:  Continuous
          monitoring.
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During  Operation;  Pump  wastes  to other
      company well (WDU-45) in inncdiate vicinity.
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  All casing must be tested  for  leakage at  1000
          psi; injection tubing mus~t be unaftectedbv wastes.

    B.  Monitoring Requirements:Monitoring well.Casing  and bottom hole pressure
          tests;  complete chemical analvsis  of wastes; monitor wellhead and
          annulus pressure rates and total volume; report biannuallv.	
    C.  Restrictions O^ Operation  Procedures; Maximum surface injection pressure
          oC 1500 pslg and rate of 400 gpm.	
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                                                                 TX-70
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNITED STATES
Penult Status:
                 FDR
                                        Operational Status:
                              o
Operating Company Name and Address:  international  Pollution Control,  inc.
                                     P.O.  r>ox 2546  -  Houston,  Texas   77001
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA
ni
                                      (Month)   10
1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)                _
2.  Latitude and Longitude:  2742'30"/9727 '54"
(Year)	72
3.  Well Location (Legal Description):  3020  ft.  from the north  line and  260  ft.
      from the east  line of Sec.  15,  ^oheman  Colony  Lands Subdivision,  Nueces Cty.
    County;  Neuces
                                         State:   Texas
5.  SIC Classification;  4952
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type of Waste Injected:   Cleaninp acid wastes,  caustic  neutralized
      hydrofluoric acid wastes,  alkaline wastes,  oily wastes,  Tetra-ethyl  lead
      wastes, other wastes.	
2.  Date Well Permitted;   12/2/50
3.  Injection Rate;   12,000,000 ?,T
                                              Completed:
                          so
4.  Injection Pressure:	
5.  Total Depth of Well;   4800
6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:  Miocene  sand,  Miocene,  4600
7.
8.
9.
10.
Date Injection Began: (Day) 24
Total Volume Injected to Date:
Date Injection Ceased: (Day)
Previous Mode of Disposal: N/A

(Month)
4.279.888
(Month)


04
(7/72)



(Year)

(Year)


72
(Gallons)



HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

                                                         (e)
(a)
Name
Beaumont
Lissic
Willis
Ooliad
Lagarto
Oakville
(b)
Age
Pleistocene
PI eistocenc
Pliocene
Pliocene
Miocene
Miocene
(c)
Depth
0



1900

(d)
Thickness


1500


2800
                                                         Llthologlc Description
                                                         sand, clay	
                                                         sand, gravel	
                                                         sand
                                                         sand, shale         '
                                                         sand
                                                         sand, sandstone
 Catahoula
                     Miocene
                                    (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                         Confinlnor Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
C6) Hydrofracturlng Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Uhit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ndllidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Miocfne sands
4600

.45 psi/ft. est.
1.0 psi/ft. est.
1.0 psi/ft. est.
Miocene
30.7
1850

Thick unconsolidat
sand beds


400
4200



Pliocene & Miocene



;d clay, sands


    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
Beaumont
Lissie
Depth
0

Area!
Thickness Extent
400

Lithologic
Character
clay, sand
sand , gravel
Fluid
Character
fresh water
for
municipal and industrial
use


4.  Mineral Resources in Area;  There are several oil and gas wells reported in
     the vicinity of the disposal well.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area;  N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity): Acids, hydrocarbons, bases,
           mefals.	
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;  N/A
B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:  72.000
C.  Specific Gravity;   1,067	
D.  Temperature:
E.  pH:_j	"
                      N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:  N/A	


M.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;   PossibieTorrosTon"due  to
      action of II SO  and NaOH.	
5.  Degradability"'Level and Rate;  Possible chemical degradation of  organics bv
      H SO^ and NaOH.	

6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not sterile at injection,  biological  activity  minimized in	_.	
      anaerobic environment.	
7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment:  Primary treatment by charcoal filtration,
      cartridge filter (polishing).
V.  WEIL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
1.  Casing and Tubing
Surface
Intermediate

  lection
Inject
Other
Hole
Size


Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
H-40 32#/fr.
J-55 23///ft.
Size
in I/A-
7
Depth
Set
^sr,
4770

fiberglass
1.95///ft.
2-7/8
4770

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:  10-3/4  inch
      350 sacks  of  Lite  Pozmix + 2%  CaCl2 +  100  sacks of Class H  to  the surface;
      7  inch -  1000 sacks  of  Lite Pozmix + 18% NaCl + 750 gallons of  resin cement
      o surface.
3.  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models);  N/A
 .  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment; N/A
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:  Perforations  4632-4715  ft.
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  N/A"
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;  Fiberglass holding tank fmm fnt-Prc
    fiberglass  pipes.	

2.  Filters:    Charcoal filtrators (fiberglass steel containers'): cartridge
    polishing filter.
                                     (c)

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3.  Pimps;  N/A _

              H CHAMCTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  6/72 _  Average   35 _  Maximum  50
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  6/72	  Average  80	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19J_2   4,279,888       B.  19_  _ C.  19_  _

VIII.  SAFBIY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Wellhead  and annulus pressure;  injection
          flow rate; injection flow volume. _

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured; Periodically
                   and reorted if a 5% variance occurs .
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  Continuous
          monitoring . _
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;   N/A
 3  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  All casing must be tested for leakage at
          1000 psi; injection tubing must be unaffected by wastes.	

    B.  Monitoring Requirements;  Casing and bottom hole pressure tests; complete
         chemical analysis of wastes; monitor wellhead and annulus  pressure, rates
         and  total volume; reportbiannually; 5% deviations report  immediately.'
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;  N/A
                                     (d)

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                                            Well  Id. Code;     TX~71
                    COMPPATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND' MUjgCIPAL
                     INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNI'MJ STATES

 Permit Status;    PDR	Operational Status:
 Operating Company Name and Address:  DOW chemical  Company
                                      Plant 13 - Freeoort. Texas  77541

 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data:  (Day)   01     (Month)  10	(Year)   72
 2.   Latitude and Longitude;  28059'4i"/9524'3l"
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description);    9565.7 feet from north line and  1.3  ft,
      from west line of Alexander Calvit Survey, Ab.  49.	
 *l.  County;   Brazoria	State;  Texas	
 5.  SIC Classification;  2818	

 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type of Waste Injected;   Organic and inorganic  fluid waste from the	
      manufacture of glycerine.	

 2.  Date Well Permitted;   2/27/70            Completed;
 3.  Injection Rate;    24.oao.OQQ
 .  Injection Pressure;    566 psi
 5.  Total Depth of Well;   6322         	
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth  of Injection Zone;   Miocene sands - Miocene - 6300
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)  19    (MonffyT  03       (Year)    71
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:  18,128,820	           (Gallons)
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)  N/A  (Month)            (Year)      	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;  N/A	
 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)          (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Llthologlc Description
  N/A	
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
Injection Unit Confinlnflr Red
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7; Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Miocene sands
6300

2800 (at 6200 ft.)
1.0 psi/ft. est.
0.85 psi/ft.
Pliocene-Miocene
28-32
1000
82 (at 6100 ft.)
unconsolidated san
large area] extent


1000
5300







1, clays and sands


    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


                Depth
Name
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
Lithologlc
Character
Fluid
Character
4.  Mineral Resources in Area:  oil and p,as.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations In
    Iimediate Ifydrologlcally Affected Area;
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  Organic and inorganic fluid
     waste  from  the manufacture of glycerine. Phcnol'T^lycerine, expoxy resin,
     epichlorohydrin.
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;  N/A	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;  N/A	
    C.  Specific Gravity;   1.25	
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH:
                        N/A
               11.2
                                     (b)

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3.  Ttoxic 1 ty:  Tngest-ion of high cnnccntrntions of NaCl and phpnnl  inMMt-QH
     bv strong taste .ind odor.	

4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;  Cnrrn^nn  H..O  *n i,j/A
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface                              n-^o  32.75/'/ft.         10-3/4      1359
Intermediate                         J-55  23ft/ft.            1           6323
   ectlon          	   J-55  9.5#/ft.	  A-T/2       6322
   ier              	 		

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon;  in-3/4 inch
      casing -  390 sks  Trinity Lite Mate, 200 sks  Class A neat cement - to surface.
      7  inch casing -  742 sks  Trinity Lite Wate,  200 sks Type H and 405 sks Trinity
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);    -J/A
 I.  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:   Baker T.nrk SP<-
      at  the  base of  the  injection tuhinfr.	
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:    Screened  at  6276-6318
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;   N/A"
VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:  N/A
2.  Filters:   N/A
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:  fl/A	
VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  6/72	  Average   91	  Maximum    118
              12/71	            77
              6/71	            63	             64
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   6/72	  Average   566	  Maxlnum   ?An
     "        12/71                    369                   5'30
                  _               _
     "        6/71 _             664 _            700
     |f                            - _         -
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19.72   12.251,040    _ B.  19_7_1     5.877,780   C.  19

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Wellhead  and  annulus  pressure;  injection
          flow rate;  injection flow volume. _

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:  Periodically
          measured and reported if a 5% variance occurs. _

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:  Continuous
          mnnitorinp.
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure  During Operation;  pump  wastes to other
      company well (WpW-76) in immediate vicinity. _
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  All casing must be tested  for leakage at _
          1000 PS i: injection tubing must be unaffected by  wastes. _

    B.  Monitoring Requirements;  Casing & bottom hole pressure tests ;  complete
          chgmical analysis of wastes; monitor wellhead and annulus pressure, rates
          and total volume: report biannuallv; 5% deviations report immediately.
lume:
>Fop
     C.   Restrictions Of Operation Procedures;  Surface injection pressure
                                      (d)

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                                             Well Id.  Code:
                                                                TX-72
                    COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNTIED STATES
                  PDR
                                        Operational Status:	Q_
Permit Status:	
Operating Company Name and Address:   Petronila Elementary Campus
                                      Rt.  3, Box 49 - Robstown. Texas  78380
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)   01    (Month)   10
2.  Latitude and Longitude;   2740l08''/9738'"*"
                                                            (Year)	72
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description);   Vance Vannoy  -  SE/4  of  Sec.  9  R&W S/D
      of Hoffman Ranch Tract,  Nueces  County.	
     County;  Nueces
                                         State:  Texas
 5.  SIC Classification:  4959
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  TVpe of Waste Injected;  Effluent  from domestic  aeration  sewage  treatment
       plant.
2.  Date Well Permitted:   5727/70
 3.  Injection Rate;  240,000  ga./yr.
                                               Completed:
     Injection Pressure;  Gravity	
 5.  Total Depth of Well;  k shallow  sand wells  25  to  35  ft,
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone;  shallow  sands,  15
7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)	
8.  Total Volume Injected to Date;   7,190,000
                                        (MonEhlOT
                                                          (Year)
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)  N/A   (Month)            (Year)
10.  Previous Mode Of Disposal:  Septic  tank  and drain  field.
                                                                      (Gallons)
 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
  Alluvium
                     (b)
                     Age
                      Recent
  Top  Soil
  Shale
  Sand
                                    (c)      (d)         (e)
                                    Depth    Thickness   Ltthologlc Description
                                      0      _15	   sand	
                                    _7	  _7	   black soil	
                                      7 -25   7-25         tight clay	
                                     25-32     25-32        fine absorbent  sand
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Uhit and Other Possible Units
Injection Unit Confininc Bed
CD Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
t6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7; Age of Uhit
(8) Porosity %
C9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
til) Character and Area!
Distribution
shallow sands
15
15



Recent


Atmospheric



none












    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
gulf Coast
Aquifer
Depth
 200
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
 700
Lithologic
Character
 sands
Fluid
Character
 brackish water
 .  Mineral Resources in Area;   Petroleum products (oil & sas
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area;  N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS


1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):  Treated sewerage from the
      schoolnot more than 20 mg/1 BOD. The effluent is chlorinated.        	
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:  20
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:  N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity:  N/A	
    D.  Temperature;   Amh i en t	
    E.  pH;   N/A	
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3.  Toxlcity:   Possible toxicity from bacteria.	


i|.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;   N/A
5.  Degradability Level and Rate;   Possible  breakdown  of  some  organics  in  aerobic
      environment.                _

6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not  sterile  at  injection,  degradation  of organics minimal in
      anaerobic environment.
7.  Pfre-injectlon Waste Treatment:   Aeration^treatment plant with  20 minute
      detention,  chlorination  at  a  residual of  1.0 ppm.	


V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	      	    Concrete  sewer tile     18           8
Intermediate       	  perforated  plastic  tube  j4	   20
                   	  gravel  to well depth     	 	
Injection          All pipe  is  gravel packed.	  	 	
OEhl
ier
2.  Type and Anoint of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon;  N/A
3.  Wall Head Equipment (Name and Models);  N/A
 .  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;  N/A
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;   Perforated completion
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs,~etc.;   N77T
VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:  Complete Wasp treatment plant.


2.  Filters:  N/A
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3.  Pumps:   Gardner-Denver Company air pump.	
VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)    6/72	  Average    A.85       Maximum   5.90
     "         7/71                    4.S5                 5.90
     11         1/71	             6.25                 6.50
     11         7/70	             4.85                 5.55
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)    6/72	  Average  gravity  flow  Maximum
     "         7/71                 gravityTlow
     "     	1/71	           gravity  flow
     "         7/70	           gravity  flow
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_72   1,240.000	B.  19_7_1   2,900,000    C.  1922    3,050,000

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Graduated cylinders  500cc for solid
          measurement. Simple test equipment for chlorine  content.  Daily
          inspection.	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  Daily
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  Continuous
          monitoring.	
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;  N/A
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  All casing must be tested for leakage at
         1000 psi; injection tubing must be unaffected by wastes.

    B.  Monitoring Requirements;  Casing and bottom hole pressure tests; complete
          chemical analysis of wastes; monitor wellhead and annulus pressure,
          rates and total volume; report biannually; 5% deviations report Immed.
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;   injection pressure must be
          gravity flow.
                                     (d)

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                                            Well Id.  Code:
                                                                TX-73
Permit Status:
                   COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNl'itO STATE?
                                        Operational Status:  Q
                                     P.O. Box 709 - Texas Citv. Texas  77590
Operating Company Name and Address:  MaioneService Company


I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA
1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)  02     (Month)   10
2.  Latitude and Longitude:   2919'33"/9A5A'07"
                                                           (Year)	72
3.  Well Location (Legal Description);  5500 ft. from north line and 11,900 ft.
     from west line of Samuel C. Bundich Survey. Ab. 7, Galveston County. Tex.
J.  County;  Galveston                   State;  Texas
5.  SIC Classification;  2899	

n.
             DATA ON WELL SITE
1.  Type of Waste Injected:
      plant.	
                              Waste effluent from operation of a petrochemical
2.  Date Well Permitted;  2/18/70
3.  Injection Rate;   54.000.OOP gpy
                                              Completed:
    Injection Pressure;  850
5.  Total Depth of Well;   5120
6.  Name, Age, and Depth Of Injection Zone:   Miocene sands, Miocene. A900

7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)  01    (MonEhT  01       (Year)  71"
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date;  69.053.075
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Monthf"
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;    N/A	"
                                                   (7/72)
                                                                     (Gallons)
                                                         .(Year).
HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
 iieaumont
 Lissie
 Willis
 Goliad
 Lagarto
 Oakville
                     (b)
                       eistocene
                     Pleistocene
                     Pliocene
                     Pliocene
                     Miocene
                     Miocene
                                     (c)
                                     Depth

                                      1100
(d)
Thickness
 1100
(e)
Llthologlc Description
 sand,clay
 sand,  gravelc
 undifferentiated sand,  clay
  and shale
                                                          sandstone
                                    (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                         Confininc Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
16) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
til) Character and Area!
Distribution
Miocene sands |
4900

Est. .45 psi/ft.
Est. 1.0 psi/ft.
Est. 1.0 psi/ft.
Miocene
30
3000
70"
Massive sands


1100
3800



Tertiarv



Interbeddecl clays and
sands

    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
Beaumont

Depth
0

Thickness
1100

Areal
Extent


Lithologic
Character
clay, sand

Fluid
Character
fresh water
domestic and
for both
industrial
use


4.  Mineral Resources in Area;  Petroleum is produced at 51QQ ft. from Hitchcock
     Field which is three miles west of the disposal well.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area;  N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity); The waste effluent is from
                  n  of a petrocheml.cal plant.  (Sulfates, chlorides, sodium, iron)
Physical/Chemical Description
A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:  N/A
B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:  N/A
C.  Specific Gravity:	1.025	
    Temperature:
D.
E.  pH:
                        N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:   N/A	


J.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;  N/A
5.  Degradability Level and rette r   N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not sterile at injection,  biological  activity  minimal  due  t-n	
      anaerobic conditions and lack of  substrate	
7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment;  Filtration and r>H
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing



Surface
Intermediate

Injection
Other

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon: 10-
     casing - 490 sks of Class A + 12% Gel and 2% CaCl?X  7-inch casing
     1120 sks of Class A + 10% NaCl + 8% Gel.

3.  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models);  N/A
Hole
Size


Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
H-40 32.75/'/ft.
J-55 26/'/ft.
Size
10-3/4
7
Depth
Set
1213
51 ?n


J-55 10.2#/ft.
3-1/2


 .  Packers. Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;  Otis retrievable
      packer at 4865 ft. - 15 Centralizers on the 7 in.casing.	
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;  Perforated 4912-4995.
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  N/A"
VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;   N/A
2.  Filters;   Filters are used - type unknown.
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3.  Punps:  N/A	
VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   6/72	  Average  138	  Maximum  138
     "        6/71                   138                   I-Ja
     n        1/71                   125
     n     _^__         _.
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   6/72	  Average    850        Maximum  900
     "        6/71                     1100                1225
     "        1/71    *"250                250
     ii     _           -                       -
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_72    26,997.500       B.  1_J_1    42,055,575   C.  1922  	

VIII.  SAFE3Y INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data; Wellhead  and  annulus pressure;  injection
          flow rate;  injection  flow  volume.    	

    B.  Saiqpllng Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured; Periodically
          measured and  reported  if a 5% variance  occurs.

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads; Continuous"
          monitoring.	
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;  N/A                  ~
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  All  casing must  be  tested  for  leakage  at
          1000 psi ;  injection tubinp, must  be unaffected by wastes.

    B.  Monitoring Requirements;   Casing  and bottom hole pressure tests;  complete
          chemical analysis of wastes; monitor wellhead and  annulus pressure,  rates
          and total volume; report biannually; 5% deviations report immed.
    C.  RestrtCtlonS Of Operation Procedures;  pH 4.5 to 6.6 maintained; maximum
          surface injection pressure -  1500 psig; maximum rate - 150 gpm.	
                                     (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:      TX-74
                    COMPILATION OF  INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
 Permit Status;   PPR	Operational Status:  0
 Operating Company Name and Address:   city of Lamesa, city Hall
                                      Latnesa , Texas  79331	
 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data:  (Day)   02      (Month)    IQ	(Year)	72_
 2.   Latitude and Longitude; 32AA'55"/lQlA9r2Tr
 3.   Vfell Location (Legal Description);  2375 ft. from the west line and 280 ft.
       from south  line of  section 7, Block 35, TEN
 lJ.   County;   Dawson	State;   Texas	
 5.   SIC Classification;   A952	

 II.   GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.   Type Of  Waste Injected; Rain water pumped in for recharge to be able to
       pump out  for use.	

 2.   Date Well Permitted;   6/16/70            Completed;
 3.   Injection Rate:  29,000.000 gpy	
 M.   Injection Pressure;   Gravity	
 5.   Total Depth of Well;   205          	
 6.   Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone;  Permian, 205 ft.
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)        (MonEhT n        (Year)  70	
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:  28;722,800                  .     (Gallons)'
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day) NTT"  (Month)            (Year)     	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;  N/A     	
 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)          (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Lithologlc Description
                      Permian        0        200         sand, clay, shale, caliche
                                     (a)

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   B.  Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection ttiit
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6
(7
(B
Hydrofracturlng Pressure, psi
Age of Unit
Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution

170
35




Permian


















    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  N/A
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


                Depth
Name
Ogallala
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
                                              Lithologic
                                              Character
                                              sanascone
Fluid
Character
 rresti
 .  Mineral Resources in Area: No mineral resources reported in the area of the
      injection well.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate fydrologically Affected Area;    N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);
2.
    Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;  N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:  """"
    C.  Speci'fic Gravity,:
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH;  6.8
                                                           water. Volume  -  160
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:   N/A	


H.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:   N/A
5.  Degradabllity Level and Rate;    N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not sterile at injection;  no_biological  activity  due  to  lack of
     substrate and anaerobic conditions.
7.  Pre-lnJectlon Waste Treatment:  N/A
V.  WELL DESIGN AND (XlNSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and TUblng

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface
Intermediate       	  	  	  	

Injection          ZZZHZZZI                           12-3/4      2ns
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon: 12-3/4
      inch casing - from surface  to  SO  ft.  rpmpnfoH.
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models):
    Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:  N/A
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;  Perforations In bottom 35 ft. of casing bottom 155 ft,
       of  casing gravel packed.	
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:  N/A


VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;   N/A	
2.  Filters:   NTT
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps;   N/A	
VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)     8/71       Average   14	  Maximum
     "
                6771                 1AO
                11/70                138
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)     8/71       Average  gravity      Maximum
     "          6/71                gravity
     "          11/70               gravity
           ~~~~
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  1971. 	  	B.  19_70    198,800    C.  19__ 	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and  Data;  Wellhead and annulus pressure; injection
         flow rate; injection flow volume.

    B.  Sampling Frequency and  Water Quality Parameters Measured;  i'enoaicany
         measured and reported  if a 5% variance occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring  Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  Continuous"
         tqrvp _1_f" '"VfnJJU* n	I,- _m__tL--,- ,_ ___-lr  T1  r              _--,-     . -L-- r. _ii	
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;   N/A
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  All casing must be tested  for leakage at
         1000 psi:  injection tubing must be unaffected by wastes.

    B.  Monitoring  Requirements;  Casing and bottom hole pressure tests;
         complete chemical analysis of wastes; monitor wellhead and annulus
         pressure,  rates and total volume; report biannually;  5% deviations.
    C.  Restrictions Of Operation Procedures;  Operating injection pressure shall
         rint exceed - 50 psig.	
                                      (d)

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                                             Well Id.  Code:
                                                                TX-75
                    COMPILATION OF MXISTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION WELLS IN TOE UNl'ivD STATES
                 PDR
                                        Operational Status: NO-UP
Permit Status:	
Operating Company Name and Address:  Amoco  Production  company	
                                     P.O. Box  351 - Alvin.  Texas   77511
 I.   QENERAL IPareglCATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data: (Day)  Ql     (Month)	10_
 2.   Latitude and Longitude:  29022'2ii/9556'45i'
                                                           (Year)   72
 3.   Well Location (Legal Description);  3507 ft. from the south line and 542 ft.
      from east line of James Smith Survey, Ab. 176, Galveston County, Texas.	
     County;  Calves ton
                                         State:   Texas
 5.   SIC Classification; 2911
 II.   GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.   Type Of Waste Injected;  Waste is from a petroleum refinery operation.
 2.
 3.
    Date Well Permitted;   A/3/7 o
    Injection Rate:   37,OOP ?,pd
                                              Completed:
     Injection Pressure;  N/A
                        _
 5.  Total Depth of Well:  9780
 6.  Name,'Age, and Depth of Injection Zone: Coiiad, Miocene, 6180
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)  23    (MonEhl
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:  N/A
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day) N/A   (Month)
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:  N/A
                                                          (Year)   70
                                                                     (Gallons;
                                                          TYear).
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
Name
 Beaumont
  Lissie
Willis
 Goliad
                     (b)
                     Age
                      Pleistocene
                      Pleistocene
                      Pliocene
                      Pliocene
                                     (c)
                                     Depth
(d)
Thickness
 1100

 5080
(e)
Llthologic Description
 fine  grained

       gravel	
                                                           sands
t  gra
5 ,  CL~i
                                                                    ays
                                                           sand
                                     (a)

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   B.  Geologic  Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
Injection Unit Conflnln* Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psl
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millldarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Col lad
6180
20
2850 psi @ 6500 ft
1.0 psi/ft. est.
1.0 psi/ft. est.
Miocene
34
2000
74
gait water sands


fms. below "Beaumont
1100
5000







clavs , sands


    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  ci - 80,00 mg/l,
         Na - 46.689 tng/1, Ca - 3040 mg/1, TIC03 - 127 mg/1.
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers

                                    Area!     Lithologic     Fluid
Name            Depth    Thickness  Extent    Character      Character
Beaumont Clav 0 llrtO
sand, clav
fresh water for
municipal & industrial
use
Alta Loma Sand Member
sand
fresh

 4.  Mineral Resources in Area:  Oil or gas resources of the area.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Inmedlate fydrologlcally Affected Area;  ix-34 4-1/2 miles NNW; TX-73  -  5
      miles  SE; Pan American Petroleum Corp well no.  86 injecting salt water  into"
      Erie section 10,000  ft.  SE.
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  The  waste  is  from a
      petroleum refinery  operation.
 2.   Physical/Chemical Description
     A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   N/A
     B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:   N/A
     C.  Specific Gravity;   i.noi	
     D.  Temperature;   N/A	
     E.  pH:   9.4
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity;   N/A	
M.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:
5.  Degradability Level and Rate:   \-/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological  Level After Injection:
     Not, sterile  at injection, MolnTi'cal  activifv  mi r. ir i zed  b" nnneroMc roncMfi ons
     and lark of  substratre.	
7.  Pre-injectlon Waste Treatment:   Pn  tr
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTKUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	 	   9-5/3
Intermediate       	 	   5-1/2       976?.

   lection
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives,  Emplacement Horizon;
            r* cpTTiontin? nbovo and below i ni
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3.  Pumps:   N/A	
VII.  OPHttTION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19          N/A         B.  19                  C.
VIII.  SAFE3Y INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Wellhead  and  annulus pressure;  injection
          flow rate;  injection flow volume.                         

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured; Periodically'
          measured and reported it  a 5%  variance occurs. _

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads ; Continuous"
          monitoring. _ _
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;   N/A
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  All casing must  be  tested  for  leakage  at  1000
          psi; injection tubing must be unaffected by wastes.	

    B.  Monitoring Requirements;  Casing and bottom  hole pressure  tests; complete
          chemical analysis of wastes;  monitor wellhead and annulus  pressure,  rates
          and total volume; report biannually; 5% deviations report  immediately.
    C.  Restrictions Of Operation Procedures;  Surface  injection pressure  shall
          not exceed 2500 psig.	
                                     (d)

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                                              Well Id. Code;      TX-76
                     COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                      INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNi'itJJ STATES

  Permit Status;  PDR	Operational Status:	o_
  Operating Company Name and Address;   DQW chemical USA, oyster creek Division,
                                        Freeport, Texas	
  I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

  1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)  pi     (Month)  IP	(Year)  72
  2.  Latitude and Longitude;  28"59'43"/9523r5Tn"
  3.  Well Location (Legal Description); 4220  ft. north" of" west-central interior
      corner  & 1068 ft east of west surv. line of Maurice Henry Surv. Ab. Ab-74
  1|.  County;  Brazoria	State; Texas	
  5.  SIC Classification;  2818	

  II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

  1.  Type of Waste Injected;  Organic and inorganic fluid waste from the	
        manufacture of glycerine	'

  2.  Date Well Permitted;  5/13/70             Completed;
  3.  Injection Rate:   50,000,000 gpy	
  *4.  Injection Pressure;  550 psi	
  5.  Total Depth of Well;  6476         	
  6.  Name, Age, and Depth Of Injection Zone;  Catahoula Pliocene-Miocene 3300-630"0"

  7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)  01    (Month)   01        (Year)   72	
  8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:   23.303.504	           (Gallons)
  9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)  1"7A  (Month)             (Year)	
 10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:  N/A	
  HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

  1.  LLthology and Stratigraphy
      A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

  (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
  Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Lltnologlc Description
N/A
                                      (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                             Confinine Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millldarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution
>fiocene sands
3300
3200



Miocene



Sands and clays



1300
4700



Tertiary



Clays and sands


    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
Alluvium
Depth    Thickness
Areal
Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
 Beaumont
                              clay & gravel   IDS 1000 ppm
                              sand & clay
                                                              fresh water
4.  Mineral Resources in Area: Oil and p,as is produced from salt dome structures of
      Miocene  ap,e.  Sulfur is being produced at nearby Bryand Mound Salt Dome.  SaTt
      is being produced  from Stratton Ridge Salt Dome by Dow Chemical who also
      operates a hydrocarbon storage facilities  in the salt cavities.          ~
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Imnediate Hydrologically Affected Area; N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):  Volume  50  gpm.  Sodium hydroxide.
      phenol,  acetone,  cumene  sodium phenate.	

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   N/A	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;   80,000	
    C.  Specific Gravity:    l.Q	
    D.  Temperature:   150F	
    E.  pH;   12	
                                     (b)

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3.  TOXlclty:  NaOII are highly toxic.


b.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;  NaQH corrodes  Aluminum

5.  Degradablllty Level and Rate;  Possible degradation of  oraani'cs  bv NaOH.


6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection
      Probably sterile at injection due to strong phenol biological  degradation
      or organics minimal under anaerobic conditions.	
7.  Pre-lnjection Waste Treatment;  Clarification and  filtration.
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
1. Casing and Tubing
Hole
Size
Surface 15
Casing or Tubing Depth
Weigit and Grade Size Set
H-AO 32.75 10-3/4 1297
Intermediate

Injection
Other
7 6218

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon;  10-3/4  inch
     casing  -  590  sks  TLW  and  200  sks  Class A cement with 27, CaClj    7  inch	
     casing  -  8UU  sks  Lite Wate +  200  sks common II and  1400 sks of Lite Wate.

3.  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models);  N/A
 .  Packers, Centrallzers,' and Other Subsurface Equipment;  N/A
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;  Open hole completion - screened and gravel packed
      through  injection  interval 6218-6288.	
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, eto.;   N/A
VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;  N/A
2.  Filters:
                                     (c)

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3.  Punps:   N/A


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   6/72	  Average     126       Maxinum
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(8)   6/72	  Average     550       Maximum     780
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  1972.   23.303.504	B.  19	  	C.  19	  	

VIII.  SAFEIY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Wellhead and annulus pressure; injection
         flow rate: injection flow volume.	'

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured; Periodically
         measured and reported it a 5% variance occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  Continuous
         monitoring.
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;  Pump wastes to other
       company we]1  (WDW-71) in immediate vicinity.	
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  All casing must be  tested for leakage at
         1000 psi;  injection tubing must be unaffected  by wastes.	

    B.  Monitoring Requirements;  Casing and bottom hole pressure tests; complete
         chemical analysis of wastes; monitor wellhead  and annulus  pressure,  rates
         and  total  volume; report biatinually; 5%  deviations report  immediately.""
    C.  Restrictions Of Operation Procedures;  Not to exceed as surface injection
         nressurp. 2500 nsi  (6500  ft) and  1200 psi (3300 ft.)   	
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:    ix-77
                   COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AM) MUNICIPAL


 Permit Status:    PNC	Operational Status;   PC	
 Operating Company Name and Address;  Gulf chemical and Metallurgical Corp.
 I.  GENERAL lIMTi'iyiCATION DATA

 1.  Entry Date of Data:  (Day)   10     (Month)   09	(Year)	TJ_
 2.  Latitude and  Longitude;    N/A
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description):   N/A
 ^.  County;    Galveston                 State:   Texas
 5.  SIC Classification:   2899	
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SHE

 1.  Type of Waste Injected;   N/A
 2.   Date Well Permitted:   N/A     	Completed:
 3.   Injection Rate;   N/A
 M.   Injection Pressure;  N/A
 5.   Total Depth of Well;   N/A
 6.   Name,  Age,  and Depth of Injection Zone:  N/A
 7.  Date Injection Began:  (Day)   N/A   (Month)             (Year)
 8.  Total Volume Injected  to Date;   N/A      	           (OallonsT
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)        (Month)             (Year)      	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;   N/A	
 in.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units  Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)             (c)      (d)          (e)
 Name                 Age             Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
    N/A
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit  and Other Possible Units

                                         Infection Unit
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Ihickness (Ft.)
(4) Formation Fluid Pressure, psl
(5) Llthostatic Pressure, psl
(6) ffydrofracturing Pressure, psl
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ralllidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution


























    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


                Depth
Name
           Areal
Ihickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
    Mineral Resources in Area:
5.  Location of Other wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other renetrations in
    Immediate ffydrologlcally Affected Area:	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity)
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/l:_
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:"
    C.  Specific Gravity:	~
    D.  Temperature:	
    E.  pH:	
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:	

H.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;
5.  Degradability Level and Rate:
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
7.  Pre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment;
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
1.  Casing and Tubing
                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	  	  	  	
Intermediate       	  	  	  	
  lection
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models):
 |.  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIFMENT
1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:	
2.  Filters:
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date (s)	  Average	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
     tt
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_  	B.  19_  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFEIY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;         ~
3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:
                                     (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:  TX-78
                               OP INDUSTRIAL AND i MUNICIPAL

Permit Status: PDR
                   Operational Status :  o
Operating Company Name and Address:  Rohm and Haas Texas Incorporated	
                                     P.O. Box 672 - Deer Park. Texas  77536
I.  GENERAL IDB/TIPICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)	01
                 (Month)
                                                10
2.  Latitude and Longitude: 2904'/47"/9506'ii"
                                                            (Year)	72
3.  Wen Location (Legal Description):  7800 ft. from south line and 900 ft. frntn
     west line of George Ross Surv. Ab..-646. Harris County, Texas.
M.  County: Harris                       State;  Texas
5.  SIC Classification; 2821	

II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE
1.  Type Of Waste Injected;  _Ammonium sulfate cooling tower water.
2.  Date Well Permitted:
3.  Injection Rate;  so
                          7/10/72
                         Completed:
    Injection Pressure; J20 psi	
5.  Total Depth of Well;  6030         	
6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:  Frio Group, oiigocene. 5720-6080
            01
                                       (Month)  04
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)	
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date;  20.300.000'
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)  N/A   (Month)"
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal; N/A	"
                                                          (Year)  71
                                                                     (Gallons)
                                                          _(Year)
PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
Beaumont
Montgomery
Bently
Willis
Goliad
Oakville-Catahoula
(b)
Age
Pleistocene
Pleistocene
Pleistocene
Pleistocene
Pliocene
Miocene
(c)
Depth
0
300


2650

(d)
Thickness
300

2350

2850

(e)
Llthologlc Description
clay w/sand
sand, eravel
clay, silt, sand
sandstone
sand, clay
sandstone
 Frio
Oligocene
                                     5720
                                               360
sandstone
                                    (a)

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   B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
Injection Unit Conflninir Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Pt.)
(5) Ponnation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
7) Age of Unit
8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millldarcles
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Frio
5720
360
.45 psi/ft. est.
1.0 psi/ft. est.
1.0 psi/ft. est.
Oligocene
33
400

permeable sand


Fms. below "Willis
2350
3050



Tertiary



clays, sands


    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids: Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


                Depth
Name
 Beaumont
  rin t- trr\mc* f\r
. Area!
Thickness Extent
300
Lithologlc
Character
sand, clay
Fluid
Character
potable grouadwater
                300
 Rentlv
                         2350
clay, salt,
sand, gravel
    Mineral Resources in Area:
      the  injection well.	
                                Oil  and  gas wells  are  reported  in the  area of
5.
    Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations  in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area;  sbeli  chemical Co.,  2 miles  west;  5
      wells.  9  miles  SE  (industrial).  Three improperly cased abandoned welis about
      5000 feet from  injection well  and  two shallower improperly  cased wells JUOU
      and 4000  feet from injection well.      	          	    	      	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  Ammonium suifate cooling
       tower water.	

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.   Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   N/A	   	           	
    B.   Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:
    C.   Specific  Gravity:_
    D.   Temperature:   N/A
    E.   pH;   N/A	
                            N/A
                                      (b)

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3.  Toxiclty:  '-/A
1.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment  Components:   Corrosion  of  netai  f !.x: ui-^s -: i
      continued contact with H2S04.
5.  Degradability Level and Rate:  Possible chenical, do^raiint ion of  sora~.or>.',...niTT;


6.  Biological Level at Injection  and  Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not sterile at injection, oxygen  in  (NII/.^SO/.  wastes  '-'ill  ;i
      aerobic breakdown of some organics.	
7.  Pre-lnjection Waste Treatment: Filtration                            ~
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
1. Casing and Tubing
Hole
Size
Surface
Intermediate

injection
Other
Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
H-40
F-J
J-55
K-55
slot
32;'7ft.
34/Vft.
23?Vft.
11.6*/ft.
ted liner 10.5/-'/ft.
Size
10-3/4
9-5/8
7
4-1/2
4-1/2
Depth
Set
2007
2698
5634
5634 -
56T6-40'v;
2.  Type and Amount of Cement,  Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon: i.xist in>;
      casing 1) 380 sks of coninon + 1% CaCl  . 2) 1st stage -  175  shs  of  5/3Q
      Fozraix + \7, IIR-A, 2nd stap.e - 320 sks2o C Hall ihurton LiKhtvjei^lit + 10'.) sks  of
      Common.
 3.  Well Head Equipment  (Name and Models); N
    Packers,  Centrallzers,  and Other Subsurface Equipment; TTW  Packer with  s
      assembly on 4-1/2 inch injection string.
 5.   Bottom Hole  Completion;  Slotted steel liner set 5696-5^07  and  gravel  packed.

 6.   Hydraulic  Fracturing,  Acidizing Programs, etc.: Routine cleaning  and  acidizing
      operation every 3 to 6 months - 1000 pal, of 12% IIC1 and  37i HF acids.	

 VI.   DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

 1.   Holding  Tanks and Plow Lines:  "M
 2.   Filters;   Pressurized graded sand, unflow filter - U.S. Filter Corp.,  Model  L'7
                                      (0

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3.  Pumps:


VII.
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  6/72	  Average    80	  Maximum   110
     11       7/71	             47	         	60_
     "       4/71	             32	         	60
                "                      ~
2.  Injection Pressure, pel (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   6/72	  Average   220	  Maximum  240
     11        1/71	            180	           198
     "        4/71	            50	           86
           	                                             ~~
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_72   17.400,000	B.  19_71   12,900,000  C.  19	  	

VIII.  SAFEK INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Wellhead and annulus pressure;  Injection
          flow rate;  injection flow volume.

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  Periodically
          measured and reported it a 5% variance occurs.

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  Continuous"
          monitoring.	
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;   N/A                 ""
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;   All casing must be tested for leakage at
          at 1000 psi; injection tuTTing must'be unaffected by wastes.

    B.  Monitoring Requirements;   Casing and bottom hole pressure tests; complete
          chemical analysis of wastes; monitor wellhead and annuius pressure, rates
          and total volume; report biannually; 5% deviations report immediately7~
    C.  Restrictions Of Operation Procedurest  Maximum surtace injection pressure
          2000 psig; maximum injection rate - Z5U gpm.' _'
                                     (d)

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                                            Well  Id.  Code:    TX-79
                    COMPILATION OP IMXJSTRIAL AM) MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION WELLS IN TOE UNillaj  STATES

 Permit Status :___PDR	Operational Status:    DN
 Operating Company Name and Address:  E.I. DuPont de Nemours and Co.
                                     Ingleside, Texas	
 I.   GENERAL HJHTCIPICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data:  (Day) 02      (Month)    10	(Year)	72_
 2.   Latitude and Longitude;  2752'42"/970l4'50'
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description);  T.T. Williamson Survey, Ab. 292. 614'
     south of the north line and 1491' east of the west line.	
 i|.  County:    San Patrico                State;    Texas
 5.  SIC Classification;
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.   Type of Waste Injected;  Anhydrous HCl gas with fresh water.
 2.  Date Well Ttermitted;  N/A	Completed:
 3.  Injection Rate;  N/A
     Injection Pressure;  N/A
 5.  Total Depth of Well; 5308 ft.
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Ihjstttion Zone; Miocene sand. 5090 - 5308 ft.
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)  N/A   (Month)            (Year)     	~"~
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:  N/A                              (Gallons)
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Month)            (Year)     	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;   N/A	
       GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
  Beaumont	  Pleistocene    __0	  400 - 500   sand, clay	
 . Lissie	  Pleistocene    400-500  	  sand, clay	
  Goliad              Pliocene                            sand
  Upper Miocene       Miocene                             sand
  Miocene             Miocene	   4000    	  sand,  shale
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
Injection Unit Confinlnc Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(4) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Miocene sand
5090
300
0.45 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Miocene
30

72"
sand



400
4700



Pleist - Miocene



clay, sand


    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:   Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
  Beaumont
Depth
  0
           Areal
Thickness  Extent
   400
Lithologic
Character
 sand,  clay
Fluid
Character
 poor	
    Mineral Resources in Area:  Oil and gas reservoirs in the area.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and OtherPenetratlons in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area:   oil and gas wells	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):  Anhydrous  HCI gas  with
      fresh water.
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:   N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:   N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity:
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH;   1.0
            N/A
        N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxiclty:  N/A	
H.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Ckarponents;  Corrosive effect of aqueous
     HCl	
5.  Degradability Level and Rate;  None'
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably not sterile at injection;  no biological activity.	

7.  Pre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment;  Primary filtration,  polish filtering.
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Welgftt and Grade         Size       Set
Surface             17-1/2	    48#  H-40	   13-3/8      1005
Intermediate       	    36#  K-55	    8-5/8      5107
Injection          	    Fibercast  tubing	    4-1/2      5090
Other              	    Zirconium liner	    4-1/2      5090-5308

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:  N/A	



3.  WeU Head Equipment (Name and Models);   N/A
 .  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:  23  centralizers on
      8-5/8 inch casing;  8 centralizers  of  13-3/8  inch  casing.	
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;  N/A
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;   N7A
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:  N/A
2.  Filters:    N/A
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:  N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   N/A	  Average	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   N/A	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19__    N/A	B.  19_  	C.  19_  	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring  Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data; Well head and annulus pressure; injection
          flow rate and volume.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured; Periodically
         measured  and  reported  if  5% variance occurs.

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads; Continuous

2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;
 3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements:   All  casing must be  tested for leakage at
         1000 psi;  injection tubing must  be unaffected by wastes.	

    B.  Monitoring Requirements:  Casing and  bottom hole pressure tests; complete
         chemical analysis of wastes; monitor  well head  and annulus pressure rates
         and total volume; report  biannually.	
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures; Maximum surface injection pressure
          2000 psig; maximum rate  - 350 gpm.	
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:  TX-80
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNi'ltU STATES

Permit Status:     PDR	Operational Status:
Operating Company Name and Address:  American  Oil  Company
                                     P.O. Box 401 - Texas City. Texas

 I.  GENERAL  IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.  Ehtry Date of Data:  (Day)  01      (Month)   09	(Year)	72_
 2.  Latitude and  Longitude:  2922'3l"/955A>22"
 3.  Well Location  (Legal  Description):   6450 ft. FWL and 3120 ft. FNL of
      John Grant Survey. Abs. No. 72	
 *l.  County:    Galveston	State:    Texas	
 5.  SIC Classification;   2911	
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type of Waste Injected:   Wastes from production of finished petroleum	
      products ranging jrom LPG to petroleum coke, anlizdrous ammonia, aromatics.
      (benzine, toluene, xylene). styrene and sulfuric acids.	
 2.  Date Well  Permitted;   11/23/70	Completed:	
 3.  Injection  Rate:    72.000.000 gpy	.
     Injection Pressure:   350 psi
 5.   Total Depth of Well:   6960 ft.
 6.   Name,  Age,  and Depth of Injection Zone:  Gollad, Pliocene
                                             6500 - 6900 ft.
 7.  Date Injection Began:  (Day)	(Month)             (Year)  70	
 8.  Total Volume Injected  to Date:   36.225.168(7/72)              (Gallons)'
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)        (Month)             (Year)	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:    N/A	
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)             (c)      (d)          (e)
 Name                 Age             Depth    Thickness   Llthologlc Description
 N/A	
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(H) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Itydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability } millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Goliad
6500
400
2850 at 6500 ft.
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Pliocene
30
2000
74
sand
widespread


1100
5400



Pliocene



clav, sand
widespread

    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids;   Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
 Beaumont
         Depth
           0
           Areal
Thickness  Extent
          Lithologic
          Character
Fluid
Character
  1100
extensive  clay, sand    fresh
    Mineral Resources in Area:  Oil and gas resources in the area.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area:  Four disposal wells within 4 miles;
       40 abandoned oil and gas test wells within 3-1/2 miles.
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):  industrial aqueous _
             consistin  of  rocess water including; mixed caustic, sour water,
anri anion rinae water.
         ri an
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:   N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:   N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity:  N/A	
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH;   N/A
               N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  ToxicIty:    Possible damage if ingested due to presence of acid and	
     caustic  residues.	

4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components; Possible corrosion of metal
     fixtures.                	
5.  Degradabllity Level and Rate; Breakdown of organics in acid solution.


6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably not sterile at injection; bacterial acitivity minimal.	

7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment;   pH adjustment, hydrocarbon skimmed off
     using oil-water separators  (API separators).	


V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
1. Casing and Tubing
Hole
Size
Surface
Casing or Tubing Depth
Weight and Grade Size Set
32. 75# H-40 10-3/4 1486
Intermediate

Injection
Other
J-55 7-5/8 6956

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:_10-3/4_
      inch  casing -  560 sks TLW w/4% gel,  7.5% salt + 200 sks Class H w/2%
      CaCl2;  7-5/8 inch casing -  1250 sks  Lite Wate + 510 sks 50-50 Pozmix

3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models); N/A
    Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:  26 centralizers
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;  Perforated; 6740-6820 and 6824-6844 ft.

6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.; N/A
VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:  N/A
2.  Filters:
                                     (0

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3.  Punps:    N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)    1/72	  Average    141	  Maxinmn  A90
               6/72                    151                   353
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)    1/72	  Average    260	  Maximum   350
               6/72	             350	            800
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_72   36.225.168  	B.  19	  	C.  19	  	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:  Well head and  annulus  pressure:  injection
          flow rate  and volume.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:  Periodically
          measured  and reported if a 5% variance occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  Continuous"
          monitoring.	
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;  N/A	
 3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  All casing must be tested for leakage at	
          1000 psi; injection tubing must be unaffected by wastes.	

    B.  Monitoring Requirements;  Casing and bottom hole pressure tests;  complete
          chemical analysis of all wastes; monitor well head and annulus  pressure,
          rate and total volume; report biannually.	
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures; N/A
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:  ix-81
                   COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION
                    THE UNITED STATES
Permit Status:
PUR
                                        Operational Status:	Q_
Operating Company Name and Address:  DOW chemical
                                     Freenort. Texas 77541
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)   01    (Month)	
2.  Latitude and Longitude:  2859'4i"/9523t54"
                                                10
                                        (Year)   72
3.  Well Location (Legal Description); 445.98 ft. west from the northeast
     corner and 391.97 ft. south in the John A.  Wharton Survey, Abs. 383.
1|.  County :_Brazoria
                      State:
                                                   Texas
5.  SIC Classification;  2818
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type Of Waste Injected:  Organic and inorganic fluid waste from the
2.
3.
5*.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
manufacture of glycerine.

Date Well Permitted: N/A
Injection Rate: 28^000,000 gpy
Injection Pressure: 340 - 410 j>si
Total Depth of Well: 6507 ft.


Completed :



Name, Age, and Depth of Injection fcone: Miocene sand, 3300 -
Date Injection Began: (Day) 18
Total Volume Injected to Date: 50
Date Injection Ceased: (Day)
Previous Mode of Disposal: N/A


(Month) 04 (Year)
,692,484 (7/72)
(Month) (Year)








6306 ft.

71
(Gallons)



HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
Alluvium
Beaumont
Lissie
Willis
Gpliad
Lagarto
Oakville
  (b)
  Age
   Recent
 Catahoula
   Pleistocene
   Pleistocene
   Pleistocene
   Pliocene
   Miocene	
   Miocene	
   Miocene
                                    (c)
                                    Depth
                                      o

                                      1200"
(d)
Thickness

  1200
(e)
Llthologlc Description
sand, gravel	
clay, sand	
sand, frr;, /el
sandstone	
sandstone	
clay, silt , Scind
sand	
sand
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit  and Other Possible  Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                         Confinine Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(}) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) ttydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Fteservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution

6200
200
0.465 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
0.85 psi/ft est.
Miocene
30

70
sand



1200
5000



Pliocene-Miocene



clay, sand


    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
Alluvium
Beaumont
Area! Lithologic
Depth Thickness Extent Character
variable sand, gravel
1200 extensive clay, sand
Fluid
Character
potable
potable



 .  Mineral Resources in Area;   Oil and gas in the immediate area.
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate ffydrologicaHy Affected Area:  N/A	
3V.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity); Glycerine, tetrachlorohexene,
        ethers,  sodium hydroxide, sodium chloride, and sodium carbonate.	
2.
Physical/Chemical Description
A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:
B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:   100,000
    Specific Gravity: 1.016	
    Temperature:
    pH:   13.9
    C.
    D.
    E.
100 F
                                     (b)

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3 .  Toxic It y :  Possible toxicity from high NaCl concentration,.
4.  Reactivity with Surface Euipment Conponents ;  Corrosion due to high
     NaCl concentration; caustic corrosion of aluminum by NaOti. _
5.  Degradabllity Level and Rate:  Possible breakdown of organics in concentrated
     NaOH. _ _______

6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably not sterile at injection; bacterial activity minimal. _

7.  Pre-injectlon Waste Treatment:  Filtration
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
1.  Casing and Tubing
Surface
Intermediate

  lection
Inject
Other
Hole
Size

15
9-7/8

Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
Conductor pipe
32.72# 11-40
26. 4# K-55 ST&C
15. 5# K-55 Buttress
Size
16
10-3/4
7-5/8
5-1/2
Depth
Set
81
1301
6294
6167

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
     10-3/4 inch casing - 590 sks Trinity Lite Wate + 200 sks Class A w/2%
     CaCl ; 7-5/8 inch casing - 400 sks TLW + 200 sks Class H	
         _.        ~   T: 'I M--T -   mj . 1LJ L ... .  -.         _ . -  r    - -I    . -    . ' .1

 3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);  N/A
 M.  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equpment: Float shoe and collar
     @ 6167 ft.; stage collar @ 3336 ft..Brow. Oil Tool 5-1/2" x 7-5/8" model
     H-l-RSP; hydralic set packer (5.70')	

 5.  Bottom Hole Completion:  Open hole 6295-6356 ft. with gravel pack around
     screen liner (10-12 mesh); 6295-6355  underreamed to 12 inches.	
 6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:  3000 gallons acid mud.


 VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

 1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:  Clear tank
 2.   Filters:N/A
                                      (c)

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3.  Punps:   N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)    7/71	  Average    105	  Maxinum   147
     "         1/72	             88	            122
     "         6/72	             14	            31
     n		
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)    7/71	  Average    370	  Maximum   460
     "         1/72	             412	            455
     "         7/72	             343	            430
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_7_2   28.000.000      B.  19 11   36.950.315   C.  19	 	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitor ing Progran

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Well head and annulus pressure;  injection
         flow rate and volume.	

    B.  SamplingFrequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  Periodically
         measured and reported  if a 5% variance occurs.

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads; Continuous
         monitoring.	
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:  Pump  wastes  to other
     company well.	
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;   All casing must be  tested for leakage at
          1000 psi;  injection tubing must be unaffected  by wastes.	

    B.  Monitoring Requirements I   Casing and bottom hole pressure tests;  complete
          chemical analysis of  wastes; monitor well head and annulus  pressure,
          rate and total volume; report biannually.	
      rate and total volume;  report  blanni
C.  Restrictions of Operation ProceduresT
                                                N/A
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id.  Code:  xx-82
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND'MUNICIPAL
                  FDR
                  Operational Status:	g_
Permit Status:_ 	   	
Operating Company Name and Address:  E.I. DuPont de Nemours and Company
                                     P.O. Box 347 - LaPorte. Texas	
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
II.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Entry Date of Data: (Day) 01
(Month) 10
(Year) 72
Latitude and Longitude: 2941'59"/9502I54"
Well Location (Legal Description):
of the Enoch Brinson League . Abs
County : Harris
SIC Classification: 2818
GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE
Type of Waste Injected: chemical


Date Well Permitted: 10/7/70
Injection Rate: N/A
Injection Pressure: N/A
Total Depth of Well: 5350 ft.
Name, Age, and Depth of Injection
Date Injection Began: (Day) 28
Total Volume Injected to Date:
Date Injection Ceased: (Day)
Previous Mode of Disposal: N/A

3835 ft. FNL and 15
. No. 5
State : Texas

plant waste.


Completed :



Zone: Miocene sand,

(Month) 09
N/A
(Month)


.592 ft. FWL










5140 ft.

(Year) 72
(Gallons)
(Year)


PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
Beaumont
Mon t p omp ry
Bentlv
Willis
Goliad
Uakville-Catahoula
Anahuac
(b)
Age
Pleistocene
Pleistocene
Pleistocene
Pliocene
Pliocene
Miocene
Miocene
(c)
Depth
600

1200


5350
(d)
Thickness
600





1000
(e)
Lithologic Description
clay
clay, silt
silt, sand
sand
sand
sand
sand
 Frio
Oligocene
6350
                                               2350
                                                         sand, silt
                                    (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Unit
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(ij) Formation Fluid Pressure, psl
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Ifydrofracturlng Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
tlO) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution

4800
550
0.45 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Miocene
30
500

sand



1200
3600



Tertiary



clay. sand


    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids: saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


                Depth
Name
  N/A
                                    Areal
                         Thickness  Extent
Llthologic
Character
Fluid
Character
4.  Mineral Resources in Area:   Oil  and  gas  production  in  the vacinity  of  the
     disposal well.	
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area;   N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity): Acetic acid, acetate.
       qiethanol, polyvinyl  alcohol,  cetra acetvlamine. alkyl polysilicon
       defoamer.	
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:   N/A	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:
    C.  Specific Gravity: N/A	
        Temperature:
               N/A
                                         7.300
    D.
    E.  pH;
                        N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxic ity:    Methanol highly toxic to humans.	


M.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;  None
5.  Degradability Level and Rate:   N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably not sterile at injection; bacterial activity minimal.	

7.  Pre-inJection Waste Treatment:  Sedimentation, filtration
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface              15	    32.75#   H-40	  1Q-3/4     1327
Intermediate          9-5/8          26. A//    J-55	   7-5/8     5170
Injection
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:	
      600 sks Class 11 w/4% gel + 20% CaCl,,  followed by  200  sks  Class  H  w/2%
      CaCl  and 1920 cu.  ft.  Pozmix v/2% |el.

3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);   N/A
 .  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:   u  centralizers
      on 7-5/8 inch casing.	
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:   Screenad 5140-5170  ft.
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs,etc.:   N/A"
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIFMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:  All  facilities  stainless  steel,  fiberglass
      or rubber lined.	

2.  Filters:  3 primary  vertical  leaf filters;  2 secondary polish filters.
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:    N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
     it
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_   N/A	B.  19_  	C.  19_ 	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Well head and annulus pressure; injection
          flow rate and volume.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:Periodically  ~
          measured and reported if  a 5% variance occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:  Continuous
          monitoring.
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;  Pump wastes  to	
      other  company.	
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;   All  casing must be tested  for  leakage  at
          1000 psi; injection  tubing" must  be unaffected  by wastes.

    B.  Monitoring Requirements;  Casing and bottom hole pressure tests;  complete
         chemical  analysis  of waste: monitor well  and annulus pressure, rate	
         and total  volume'  report  biannuallv.
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:
N/A
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                                                               TX-83
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL ANDMUNICIPAL
Permit Status:
                  PDR
                                    Operational Status:
     DN
Operating Company Name and Address; E.I. Dupont de Nemours and Co.
                                    P.O. Box 347 - LaPorte. Texas
I.  GENERAL IDafTIPICATION DATA

1.  Bitry Date of Data: (Day)   10            	
2.  Latitude and Longitude;   294i'5l"/9502'54"
                                       (Month)   10
                                                       (Year)  72
3.  Vfell Location (Legal Description);  2960'  south of the north line and 14.975'
     east of  the west  line of  the Enoch  Brinson League. Ab. 5	
    County;    Harris
                                          State:
                                               Texas
5.  SIC Classification:  2818
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SHE

1.  Type Of Waste Injected;  Chemical plant wastes.
2.
3.
1.
5.
6.
     Date Well Permitted;  10/7/70
     Injection Rate;    N/A
                                          Completed:
                           N/A
Injection Pressure:	
Total Depth of Well; 5180 ft.
     Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone;  Miocene sand, 5141 ft.
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day) N/A    (Month)
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:  N/A
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Month)"
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:   N/A   	"
                                                           (Year)
                                                                      (Gallons)
PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
   Beaumont
   Montgomery
   Bently
(b)
Pleistocene
Pleistocene
(c)
Depth
0
600
(d)
Thickness
600

   Willis
   Go Had
                       leistocene
                      PJ.iocene
                      Pliocene
   Oakville-Catahoula  Miocene
   Anahuac
                      Miocene
   Frio
                      Miocene
                                   1200
                                  5350
                                  6350
1000
2350
(e)
Lithologlc Description
clay	
clay, silt
silt, sand
sand
sand
sand
sand
sand, silt
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ndnidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, PC
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Miccene sand
4800
380
0.45 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Miocene
30
500

sand



1200
4000



Tertiary



clay, sand


    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name            Depth
  Beaumont-Willis  0
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
          Lithologic
          Character
Fluid
Character
  1200
extensive  sand, gravel
 .  Mineral Resources in Area:  on and
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Kydrologically Affected Area; N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity); Acetic acid.f acetate,
     methanol, polyvinyl alcohol, ceta acetylamine. alkyl polvsilicone	
     defearner.
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/l;  N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1; 7,000
    C.  Specific Gravity;
    D.  Temperature:  N/A
    E.  pH;  N/A
                                     (b)

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3-  Toxlcity: Methanol highly toxic to humans.	


i.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:  N/A
5.  Degradabillty Level and Rate:   N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably not sterile at injection; bacterial activity minimal.	

7.  Pre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment;  Filtration and sedimentation
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface              15		   10-3/4      1342
Intermediate          9-7/8	  	   7-5/8       5180

Injection
Oh
icr
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
     900 sks Class H + 2% gel.  + 20% CaCl9;  1500 sks  Pozmix + 6% NaCl +  2% gel,
3.  Well Head Equipment (feme and Models);    N/A
 4.  Packers, Centrallzerst and Other Subsurface Equipment;  n  centralizers on
      the 10-3/A" casing.   19 centralizers  on the  7-5/8"  casing.	
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:  screened - 5145  to  5180  ft.

6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.; N/A"
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;  All  facilities  stainless  steel, fiberglass.
      or rubber lined.	

2.  Filters:   3 primary  vertical leaf  filters;  2  secondary  polish filters
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps;   N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   N/A	  Average	  Maximum	
     II

     II
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   N/A	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_     N/A	B.  19_  	C.  19_  	

VIII.  SAFEIY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Well head and annulus pressure; injection
         flow rate and volume.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured; periodically
         measured and reported if a 5% variance occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads; Continuous

2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;  Pump waste to other
      company well (TX-82) in immediate vicinity.	
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  All easing must be tested for leakage at
         1000 psi; injection tubing must be unaffected by wastes.	

    B.  Monitoring Requirements; Casing and bottom hole pressure tests; complete"
         chemical analysis of wastes; monitor well head and annulus pressure,
         rates and total volume; report biannually.	
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;  N/A
                                      (d)

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                                             Well Id.  Code:
                                                          TX-84
                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION WELLS IN TOE UNl'M) STAGES
 Pennit Status:
              PDR
        Operational Status:
 Operating Company Name and Address; Odessa Natural Corn.
                                                               DN
                                     P.O. Box 3986 - Odessa.  Texas
 I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)   01           	
 2.  latitude and Longitude; 32050'oo"/ioi20'24'
                                  (Month)  10
                           (Year)
 3.  Vfell Location (Legal Description): 660'  from the north line and 660'
      the west line of Sec 1, Block 42, T.  &  P.R.R.  Co.  Survey
County;   Ector
                                          State:    Texas
            	
 5.  SIC Classification: 2999
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type of Waste Injected;  Odessa Petrochemical complex  wastes  -  waste  from
      butadiene,  olefir,  styrene,  and ammonia plants.	
 2.
 3.
 U.
 5.
 6.

 7.
 8.
 9.
10.
Date Well Permitted:6/29/70
Injection Rate; 31,000 gpd
              Completed:
Injection Pressure;  N/A
Total Depth of Well:  6,000 ft.
Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:  San Andreas.  Permian
                                         4850 - 6000 ft.
Date Injection Began: (Day)   N/A  (Montti)
Total Volume Injected to Date;
Date Injection Ceased: (Day)
Previous Mode of Disposal:
     N/A
                           (Year)
                        (Gallons)
        (Month)
N/A
            _(Year)
 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
 Alluvium
  Comanche
  Dockum Group
  Ochoa Series
  Whitehorse Group
  Grayburg
  San Andreas
                 (b)
                 Age
                  Recent
    (C)
    Depth
(d)
Thickness
                  Cretaceous
                  Triassic
                  Permian
                  Permian
                  Permian
                  Permian
     4800
                                              900
(e)
Lithologic Description
sand, gravel	
sand, limestone	
sandstone ^ shale	
shale^ evaporites. ss
evaporites, shale, ss
dolomite	
limestone, dolomite
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic  Description of  Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
 Confining Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(*0 Formation Fluid Pressure, psl
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) ftrdrofracturing Pressure, psi
(?) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, raUlidarcles
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
San Andreas
4800
900
1947 (at 5000')
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Permian
18
4

limestone
dolomite
widespread

125
4700



Triassic-Permian



limestone, dolomite.
sandstone, shale
widespread
    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:   Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
Comanche &
Depth
0
Area!
Thickness Extent
125
Lithologic
Character
sand, gravel
Fluid.
Character
IDS = 3000
ppm
Alluvium



4.  Mineral Resources in Area:  Oil and gas reservoirs located in the  area.
5.  Location ofOther WeHs, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area;  There are several oil  and  gas
      wells reported in the area.	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);   N/A
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:   N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;   14.000
    C.  Specific Gravity:	1.009	
    D.  Temperature:  70 F	
    E.  pH:  8.5	
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxiclty:   N/A	
 .  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:  None
5.  Degradability Level and Rate;  None
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not  sterile  at  injection;  bacterial  activity minimal	

7.  Pre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment;  Sedimentation
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            		   g-s/8      ??Q
Intermediate       	    17 f  K-55	   5-1/2      6000

  lection          ~~~   ~~~~~~~    Tubing                  2-7/8      4850
Ihjc
5th
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon: N/A
3.  Wen Head Equipment (Name and Models);   N/A
  .  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment; Multiple stage
      cementing tool @ 3000'	
 5.  Bottom Hole Completion:  Perforations 4850 - 6000 ft.

 6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  N/A~
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;  Plactic lined retention pond.


2.  Filters:  N/A
                                     (0

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3.  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19__  	B.  19__  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  SanplingFrequency ana Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:
 3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions ofOperatlon Procedures:
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:  TX-85
                   COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
Permit Status:    PDR	Operational Status:	Q_
Operating Company Name and Address:  Warren Petroleum Corporation
                                     P.O. Box 1589 - Tulsa. Oklahoma
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)  01     (Month)   10	(Year)	72_
2.  Latitude and Longitude; 2905lfll"/94052'5l"
3.  Well Location (Legal Description);  William Bloodgood Argumentation Survey.
     Abs. No. 5, 775 ft. PEL and 1790 ft. FNL.	
^.  County;    Chambers	State;   Texas	
5.  SIC Classification;  1311	

II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type of Waste Injected;  31.000 gallons of oilv disulfide plus 59.000
2.
3.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
gallons neutral caustic and some

Date Well Permitted: 10/27770
Injection Rate: 200^000 gpy
Injection Pressure: gravity
Total Depth of Well: 1495 ft.
Name, Age, and Depth of Injection
Date Injection Began: (Day) 01
small amounts of mercaptons.

Completed:



Zone: Barber Hill
1105 - 1495
(Month) 01
Total Volume Injected to Date: 290.215 (7/72)
Date Injection Ceased: (Day)
Previous Mode of Disposal: N/A

(Month)







Salt Dome
ft.
(Year) 71
(Gallons)
(Year)


HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Litnology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

(a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
Beaumont-Lissie      Pleistocene      0	    1100	   clay, sand	
Berber Hill Cap Rock	    1100     120        limestone, dolomite
                                    (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Unit
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(4) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Ifydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Barber Hill
1100
120
0.45_psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft.est.
1.0 psi/ft est.



90
limestone

.

1000
100







limestone


    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


                Depth
Name
Beaumont-Lissie 	0
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
                           1100
           extensive  sand, clay    fresh
 .  Mineral Resources in Area:   Hone
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area;  11 wells gravity flow into
       the salt dome.
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity); Organic disulfides, mercaptins
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:"N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity:
    D.  Temperature: N/A '
    E.  pH;   N/A	
                            N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:   N/A	
 .  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:  N/A
5.  Degradability Level am Rate: N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not  sterile  at  injection; bacterial activity minimal.	

7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment:   pH adjustment
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	  	  		
Intermediate       	     is#/ft   J-55	   5-1/2
Injection          	  	   2-7/8      103A
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:  N/A
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models):   N/A
 .  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:  -acker at 1042 ft.
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:   Open hole
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  N/_A~
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQmFMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines: N/A
2.  Filters: N/A
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:     N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)    8/71	  Average    3.5	  Maximum    4
     "         A/72	             5.2	         	10
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)    8/71	  Average    20"  vac.    Maximum  27"  vac.
     "         A/72                   20"  vac.             27"  vac.
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_7_2     180fOOP	B.  19 71     200.339     C.  19	 	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring  Devices and  Data;   Well head and  annulus pressure;  injection
          flow rate  and volume.	

    B.  Sanpling Frequency and  Water Quality Parameters Measured; Periodically
          measured  and  reported if a  5% variance occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of  Measuring  Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:  Continuous
          monitoring.	
2.  Contingency  Plan  for Well FailureT During Operation;   N/A
 3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;    All casing must be tested for leakage at
          IQQO-psi: injection tubing must be unaffected bv wastes.	

    B.  Monitoring Requirements;   Casing and bottom hole pressure  tests;  complete
          chemical analysis of wastes; monitor well head and annulus pressuref
          rate and total volume:  report biannually	
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;  Maintain PH Qf 7.8 or lower;
          only injected with gravity flow at a monthly mazimum of 75(QQQ	
             1 nns.
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:    TX-86
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL ^O MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN TOE UNI'M) STATES

 Permit Status:    PND	Operational Status:    PND
Operating Company Name and Address;  Ethyl Corp.. Pasadena Plant
                                     Harris Co, Texas	
 I.  GENERAL HJEKnFICATION DATA

 1.  Entry Date of Data:  (Day)   01     (Month)   10	(Year)
 2.  Latitude and Longitude:  290A4*20"/95io*42"
 3.  Well Location (Legal  Description): Thomas Earle Survey. A - 18

 **  County;    Harris                    State:   Texas         ~~
 5.  SIC Classification;   2899	
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type  Of Waste Injected:  Sulfuric acid - ammonium sulfate wastes containing
     cyanide and organic constituents.	

 2.  Date  Well Permitted;   N/A                 Completed;
 3.  Injection Rate:  1.440.000 gpd	
     Injection Pressure;   N/A
 5.   Total Depth of Well;  7000 ft.      	
 6.   Name, Age,  and Depth  of Injection Zone:  Frio Croup, oiigocene
                                             6380-7000 ft.
 7.  Date Injection Began:  (Day)  N/A    (Month)             (Year)
 8.  Total Volume Injected  to Date;  N/A	(GallonsT
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)        (Month)             (Year)	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:  None - new plant	
 PI.  GEOLOGIC DEFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)             (c)      (d)          (e)
 Name                 Age             Depth    Thickness   Llthologlc Description
 Beaumont	Pleistocene    	  	  sand, gravel, clay
 Lissie	  Pleistocene    	  	  sandj gravel, clay
 Lager	Miocene	  	  	  sand, gravel, clay
 Anahuac	  Oiigocene      	  	  sand, gravel, clay
                ^__  Oiigocene      	  	  sand, gravel, clay
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Unit
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
C5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Ifydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(?) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ndllidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Frio Group
6380
620



Olipocene



sanrl rl ay















    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
  N/A
                                Areal     Llthologic
            Depth    Thickness  Extent    Character
Fluid
Character
 .  Mineral Resources in Area:   N/A
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area;   N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity): Sulfuric acid and ammonium
     sulfate with cyanide and organics.	

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:  N/A	
                            N/A
B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:  N/A
C.  Specific Gravity:_
D.  Temperature:  N/A
E.  pH:  N/A	
                                     (b)

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3-  Toxicity:  HCN toxicity maximum in acidic medium, tissue destruction in
     concentrated H.,50/	
4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:  Corrosion due to presence
     of sulfuric acid.	
5'  Degradablllty Level and Rate:  Chemical breakdown of orpanics by sulfuric
     acid
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably not sterile at injection, bacterial degradation hy sulfate	
     reduction.	
7  Pre-inJection Waste Treatment:   N/A
V.  WELL DESIGN AND (X)NSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing
Surface
Intermediate

  lection
Hole
Size
Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
Size
Depth
Set




48-61# K-55
23// K-55
14 ff K-55
13-3/8
7
5-1/2
2700
6380


Other

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon;  N/A
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and ModeTs);  N/A
 .  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:   N/A
5.  Bottom Hole Completion; 4-1/27  OP or 6-5/8" OP slotted fibercast liner
      set in interval with gravel pack.	
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:   N/A
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;   N/A
2.  Filters:   N/A
                                     (O

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3.  Pumps:   N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  N/A	  Average	  Maximum	
     it
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  N/A	  Average	  Maxlnum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19	     N/A	B.  19_  	C.  19	  	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data; Well head and annulus pressure; Injection
         flow rate; injection flow volume.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured; Periodically
         measured and reported if a 5% variance occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:Continuous
         monitoring.   	
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements; All casing must be tested for leakage at
         1000 psi; injection tubing must be unaffected by wastes.

    B.  Monitoring Requirements":Casing and bottom hole pressure; complete
         chemical analysis of wastes; monitor wellhead and annulus pressure,
         rates and total volume.
    C.  Restrictions Of Operation Procedures; Maximim surface injection pressure
         2500 psig and monthly volume injected 44 million gallons.
                                      (d)

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                                             Well Id.  Code:     xx-87
                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION WELLS IN TOE UNITED STATES

 Penult Status;    PND	Operational Status:   PND
 Operating Company Name and Address: Phillips Petroleum Co.	
                                     Box- 358.  Baker Texas	

 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data: (Day)  01  .    (Month)   IQ	(Year)   7?	
 2.   Latitude and Longitude;  3544'i7"/iQlal8t20"	
 3.   Well Location (Legal Description): 7777 ft.  from the  south  line  and  1627  ft.
      from the west line of section 70. Black  46  of H &  TC survey	
 M.   County:  Hutchinson	State:    Texas	
 5.   SIC Classification;  2814	

 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.   Type Of Waste Injected;  Waste water from butadiene plant.	
 2.  Date Well Permitted;   8/17/70	Completed:
 3.  Injection Rate;  N/A
     Injection Pressure;   N/A
 5.  Total Depth of Well:  N/A          	
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:  Granite  Wash.
                                              3840  -  4975  ft
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)   N/A  (Month)            (Year)
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:   N/A	(Gallons)
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Month)            (Year)	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal;   N/A	
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Llthologlc Description
    N/A		
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Wilts
                                         Injection Unit
                                                         Confinlntr Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Pt.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Llthostatic Pressure, psi
C6) Ffyrdrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution


























    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


Name            Depth
                                Areal
                     Thickness  Extent
Llthologic
Character
Fluid
Character
    Mineral Resources in Area:
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Inmediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area:	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity)
2.
Physical/Chemical Description
A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/l:_
B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:"
C.  Specific Gravity:	]
D.  Temperature:	
E.  pH:	
                                     (b)

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3.  Ibxlclty:	



4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:
5.  Degradability Level and Rate:
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:


7.  Pre-lnjection Waste Treatment:
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	  	  	  	
Intermediate       	  	  	  	

  lection
Inject
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
 3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models):
    Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment,
 5.  Bottom Hole Completion:
 6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc"!
 VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

 1.   Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:
 2.   Filters:
                                     (O

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3.  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date (s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_	B.  19_  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuringwater Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:         ~
 3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions ofOperatlon Procedures:
                                      Cd)

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                                            Well Id.  Code:   TX-88
                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNl'M) STATES
 Permit Status:
                  PDR
                                        Operational Status:
                              o
 Operating Company Name and Address:  EI Paso Products Company	
                                     P.O. Box 3986 -Odessa. Texas
 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data: (Day)  01     (Month)   10
 2.   Latitude and Longitude; 31049'25"/102020'07"
                                                           (Year)	72
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description);  225 ft.  FWL and 1890 ft.  FSL of
     Sec. 38. Block 42. T25. I&P RR Survey	
 4.  County;    Ector
                                         State:    Texas
 5.  SIC Classification:  2821
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type of Waste Injected:  Chemical production wastes of nylon
10.
     Date Well Permitted;  10/22/70
     Injection Rate:  800 gpm	
     Injection Pressure; 1200 psi
2.
3.
M.
5.  Total Depth of Well:  5733 ft.
6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:
              Completed:
                                              San andres. Permian
     Date Injection Began: (Day)
7.                             	
8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:
9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)_
    Previous Mode of Disposal:
             4863 ft.
       (Month!03
(Year)  71
                                      194.446.000
                                        (Month)
                   (7/72)
           (Gallons)
N/A
                         JYear),
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
 Comanche
 Dockum Grou.r
 Ochea Series
 Whitehorse Group
 Grayburg	
 San Andres	
                     (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
                     Age            Depth    Thickness   LJthploglc Description
                     Cretaceous     	  	  sandstone	
                     Triassic	  	  	  shale, sandstone	
                     Permian	  	  	  shale, evaporite	
                     Permian	  	  	  evaporite, shale	
                     Permian	  	  	  dolomite
                     Permian          4808               dolomite
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Unit
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
t*0 Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Ifydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
tlO) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
San Andres
4808
1000 .
0.45 psi/ft est
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Permian
18
4

dolomite


Dockutn-Whitehorse
125
4700



Triassic-Permian



dolomite, evaporite,
shale, sandstone

    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
 N/A
                    Area!     Lithologic
Depth    Ihickness  Extent    Character
Fluid
Character
 .  Mineral Resources in Area:   N/A
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area:   N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):  Chemical plant wastes from
        the production of nylon.	

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:   N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:   N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity:   N/A	
    D.  Temperature:  N/A	
    E.  pH:  8.5	
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:
 N/A
1.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:  N/A
5.  Degradabllity Level and Rate:
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not sterile at infection; bacterial activity minimal.	

7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment;    sedimentation
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
1. Casing and Tubing
Hole Casing or Tubing
Size Weight and Grade
Surface 17-1/2 48# H-40
Intermediate 12-1/4 40# K-55
Depth
Size Set
11-1/8 714
9-5/8 4860

Injection 15. 5// K-55
Other
5-1/2 4791

2.  Type and Amouit of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:	
      13-3/8 inch casing - 250 sks  class  H;  9-5/8  inch  casing -  1900  sks
      Litepoz + 700 sks  class  C w/4%  gel.	

3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);   N/A
 .  Packers, Centralizers",' and Other Subsurface Equipment:  N/A
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;   Open hole
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  N/A"
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:   N/A
2.  Filters:
N/A
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3.  Pumps:  N/A	
VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)    7/71	  Average	  Maximum   400
     11         1/72	         	            880
     "         6/72	         	            910
     ii                                                       
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)    7/71	  Average	  Maximum    loso
     "         1/72	         	            1200
     11         6/72	         	            1200
     n                   "             ~                  _______
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19 J2    155.000.000  	B.  19_7_1    117.508.000  C.  19	  	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data: Well  head  and  annulus pressure;  injection
          flow rate  and  volume.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:Periodically
          measured  and reported  if a 5%  variance occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  Continuous"
          monitoring.	
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:   N/A	
 3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  All casing must  be  tested  for  leakage  at	
          1000_psi; injection tubing must be unaffected by wastes.	

    B.  Monitoring Requirements;   Casing and bottom hole pressure  tests;  complete
           chemical analysis of wastes; monitor well head and  annulus  pressure,
           rate and total volume;  report biannually.	
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;   Maximum daily  volume of
           40 .ODD barrels at maximum pressure of 2QOQ psig.	
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                                                              TX-89
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                   "INJECTION WELLS IN TOE UNITED STATES

Permit Status;     PND	Operational Status;   PND
Operating Company Name and Address:  Arco steel company	
                                     P.O. Box 1367. Houston. Texas
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

1.  Ehtry Date of Data: (Day)  01     (Month)	io_
2.  Latitude and Longitude:  2945'09"/95<>10>58"
                                                           (Year)	72
3.  Well Location (Legal Description):  W. Harris and Robert Wilson survey
       A-31
5.

II.
    County;   Harris
                                         State:   Texas
    SIC Classification;   3315
     GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE
1.  Type Of Waste Injected;  Consists of two streams from napthalene sump
      waste and ammonia.
 2.
 3.

 5*.
 6.

 7.
 8.
 9.
10.
    Date WellPermltted;  12/30/70
    Injection Rate:  N/A
                                              Completed:
    Injection Pressure;   N/A
    Total Depth of Well: 4805 ft.
    Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone; Frio Group, oiigocene
    Date Injection Began: (Day)  N/A   (MonthT
    Total Volume Injected to Date:  N/A
    Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Month)"
    Previous Mode of Disposal;  N/A	"
                                                          (Year)
                                                          _(Year)
                                                                     (Gallons)
PI..  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
Beaumont
Lissie
Willis
Goliad
Lagerto
Anahuac
Frio Group
(b)
Age.
Plesitocene
Pleistocene
Pliocene
Pliocene
Miocene
Oiigocene
Oiigocene
(c)
Depth
0




4000
4700
(d)
Thickness
300




700
2000
(e)
Llthologic Description
sand, clay
sand, gravel, silt, clay
sand, gravel, clay
sand, gravel, clay
sand, gravel, clay
clay
sand, clay
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                             Confinine Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
("5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psl
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
i'6) Jfrdrofracturing Pressure, psl
,7) Age of Unit
8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, raillidarcies
tlO) Reservoir Temperature, C
til) Character and Area!
Distribution
Frio





Oligocene



sand, clav















    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids;  Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
   N/A
                    Area!     Lithologic     Fluid
Depth    Thickness  Extent    Character      Character
4.  Mineral Resources in Area:   none
5.  Location of Other wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other renetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area;  9 wells in area none plugged
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  N/A
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:  N/A
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:  N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity:  N/A
    D.  Temperature:  N/A	
    E.  pH; N/A	
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:   N/A	


4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:   N/A
5.  Degradability Level and Rate:   N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
       N/A	

7.  Pre-lnjectlon Waste Treatment;  EUtered through  two  up-flov sand  filters
     parties greater than 0.5 micron^  removed.	


V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface
Intermediate                        48-61# H-40 and  K-55      13-3/8      2700
                   	   86-43# J-55  and  N-80       9-5/8      6300
   ection
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon;  N/A
3.  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models);   N/A
 4.  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:    N/A
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:   N/A
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;   N/A
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:  Cone shaped  settling  tank  to  settle  filter
      backwash particles.	

2.  Filters:   Two up-flow filters.                   ~~~
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date (s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_	B.  19_  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:
3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  RestMctlons of Operation Procedures:
                                     (d)

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                                             Well Id.  Code:     TX-90
                    COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNITED	

 Permit Status:    PND	Operational Status:    PND
 Operating Company Name and Address: Armco steel GO.	
                                     P.O.  Box 1367. Houston,  Texas	

 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data: (Day)   01    (Month)   10	(Year)   72
 2.   Latitude and Longitude:  2945'09"/95010I57"	
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description);    N/A
 *4.   County    Harris	State:    Texas
 5.   SIC Classification:   3315	
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type of Waste Injected:  Consists of two streams from napthalene sump
      and the ammonia liquor _

 2.  Date Well Permitted;   12/3/70            Completed:
 3.  Injection Rate;   N/A  _
 M.  Injection Pressure:  N/A
 5.  Total Depth of Well;  N/A
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone;  Frio  Group .^
                                              6300-7000 ft.
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)   N/A  (Month)            (Year)
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:   N/A                             (Gallons)
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Month)            (Year)     	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:   N/A	
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
  N/A
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                             Confinine Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Pt.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
C5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Ifydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Perneability , itdUldarcles
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution


























    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
Depth
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
Lithologlc
Character
Fluid
Character
 .  Mineral Resources in Area:
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologicalty Affected Area:	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity)
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/l:_
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:"
    C.  Specific Gravity:	]
    D.  Tenperat ure:	
    E.  pH:	
                                     (b)

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3.   Toxicity:	


4.   Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;
5.  Degradability Level and Rate:
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Inject ion:
7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment:
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	  	  	  	
Intermediate       	  	  	  	

   lection
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models):
    Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:
 5.  Bottom Hole Completion:
 6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.
 VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

 1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:	


 2.  Filters:
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19	  	B.  19	  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:
3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:
                                     (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:    xx-91
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                   "INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNITED STATES~

Permit Status;   FDR	Operational Status:    DN
Operating Company Name and Address; Monsanto Co.	
                                   _P.O.,Box 1311 - Texas Citv.  Texas

I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)   02    (Month)    10	(Year)	22.
2.  Latitude and Longitude:  2922'39"/9553'29"
3.  Well Location (Legal Description);  58.4'  FWL and 225.4'  FSL of "The
     Terminal Land" within the Sylvester Bower Survey. Ab.  -  24.	
**  County;    Calves ton                 State:    Texas
5.  SIC Classification;   2819	
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE
1.
2.
3.
i.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Type of Waste Injected: Aqueous solution of organic and inorganic compounds
from production of organic trisodium salt formulation
synthetic detergents.
Date Well Permitted: 10/21/70 Completed:
Injection Rate: N/A
Injection Pressure: N/A
Total Depth of Well: N/A
to be





Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone: Miocene Sands, 5000

Date Injection Began: (Day) N/A (Month)
Total Volume Injected to Date: N/A
Date Injection Ceased: (Day) (Month)
Previous Mode of Disposal: N/A


(Year)

(Year)


used in





- 7500 ft.


(Gallons)



PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

(a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Llthologlc Description
 Beaumont	  Pleistocene    __0	     120	  sand, clay	
 Lissie	  Pleistocene      120     	  sand, clay	
 WillisPliocene
 Goliad                Pliocene                            sand
 Miocene  Sand         Miocene                             sand
                                    (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection lWt
                                                             Confinine Bed
U) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
G) Thickness (Pt.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
i'6) Hydrofracturing Pressure t psi
i 7) Age of ttiit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ndllidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Miocene Sand





Miocene



sand















    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:   N/A
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
                                    Area!
                         Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
    Mineral Resources in Area:   Oil and gas resources.
Fluid
Character
5.  Location of Other wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area;  oil and gas.	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):   Cyanide, nitrate,
      sulfate, chloride,  sodium	

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   N/A	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;   286,000
    C.  Specific Gravity;   N/A	
    D.  Temperature:   I40b  F
    E.  pH:
              5.8 - 7.6
                                     (b)

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3.  Tbxicity:   N/A	


4.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;   N/A
5.  Degradablllty Level and Rate;  N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably not sterile at injection; bacterial activity minimal.	

7'  Pre-injectlon Waste Treatment; pH adustment, dual mechanical filtration.
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTKUCTION

1.  Casing and TUblng

                   Hole            Casing or TUbing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            	   Conductor pipe	   20	   100
Intermediate                        Surface casing13-3/8
                                    Long string               9-5/8     2700
   CCtion                           Tubing                    5         5000-7500
Other
2.  Hype and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon;   N/A
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);
 .  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;   N/A
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;    N/A
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;  N/A
2.  Filters:   Dual mechanical filtrators
                                     (C)

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3.  Pumps:  Centrifugal pumpq	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   N/A	  Average	  Maximum	
     it
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   N/A	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gait
    A.  19__     N/A	B.  19_  	C.  19	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Well head  and annulus pressure; injection
         flow  rate and volume.


    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Duality Parameters Measured; Periodically
          measured and reported  if a 5% varianc  occurs.	


    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads; Continuously

2.  Contingency  Plan for Well Failure During Operation;  N/A
 3.  Regulatory Aspects


    A.  Construction Requirements; All casing must be tested for leakage at
          1000 psi;  injection  tubing must be unaffedte.d. by wastes.	


    B.  Monitoring  Requirements ?  pH monitors, casing and bottom hoj-e pressure
          tests, complete chemical analysis of wastes, monitor well head and
          annulus  pressure, rates and total volume; report biannuallv.	
    C.  Restrictions Of Operation Procedures;  Surface iniectipn pressure
         maximum -  2000 psig; maximum _ln1ection rate - 3400 barrels per
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id.  Code:   TX-92
                   COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNITED STATES
Permit Status:
PDR
    Operational Status:
o
Operating Company Name and Address:  cities Service on Company
                                     P.O. Box 300 - Tulsa. Oklahoma
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)   02    (Month)	10
2.  Latitude and Longitude:  29051'18"/9454'00"
                                         (Year)	72
3.  Well Location (Legal Description): Henry Griffith League. A-12
 .  County;    Chambers
                       State:
                                 Texas
5.  SIC Classification:  2899
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type of Waste Injected;  Petrochemical plant wastes.
2.  Date Well Permitted;   3/71
3.  Injection Rate:   60.000
                            Completed:
    Injection Pressure;  40 psi
5.  Total Depth of Well;   2203 ft.
6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:  Pliocene.  2000-2200
7. Date Injection Began: (Day)
8. Total Volume Injected to Date
9. Date Injection Ceased: (Day)
10. Previous Mode of Disposal:
(Month) 04
: 75.646 (7/72)
(Month)
N/A
(Year) 71
(Gallons)
(Year)


HI..  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
 Beaumont-Lissie
 Willis	
 Goliad	
 Salt beds
   (b)
   Age
   Pleistocene
   Pliocene
   Pliocene
   Pliocene
(c)      (d)         (e)
Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
  0      	   sand,  clay	
	  	   sandstone	
                      sandstone
                      halite
                                    (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                      Confinlnflr Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Itydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millldarcles
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution

2000
100
0.45 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft, est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Pliocene
30
1000
43"
sandstone



1450
650



Pliocene



clay, sand


    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name            Depth
 Beaumont-Lissie  0
             Area!
  Thickness  Extent
                                              Lithologic
                                              Character
     1450
                                    extensive clay.sand
    Mineral Resources in Area:   Oil and  gas production.
Fluid
Character
fresh
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Jfydrologically Affected Area;    N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):  Petrochemical wastes
       including disulfide and oil	

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   N/A	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:   N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity:
        Temperature:
              N/A
                            0.995
    D.
    E.  pH;
100'
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxiclty:    N/A	


H.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;  Non(T
5.  Degradabillty Level am Rate: Possible breakdown of oreanics with heat.


6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably  not  sterile at  injection; bacterial activity minimal.	

7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment: None
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing
Surface
Intermediate

  lection
Hole
Size
12-1/2

Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
24// II- 40
14// J-55
Size
8-5/8
5-1/2
Depth
Set
134
2203


6#
2-3/8
2030

Other

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
       8-5/8 inch casing - 50 sks Class A w/2% CaCl?; 5-1/2 inch casing -
       400 sks Class H w/4% gel.	

3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);  N/A
 .  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;   N/A
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:   Perforated; 2104 to 2120 feet.

6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, eto.;   N/A
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;   N/A
2.  Filters:
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:    N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   6/72	  Average   8           Maximum	
     it
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   6/72	  Average   40	  Maximum
     it
     it
     it
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_72    52.000	B.  19_71     49.354      C.  19	 	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data; Well head  and  atmulus pressure;  injection
          flow  rate  and  volume.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured; Periodically"
          measured and reported if  a 5% variance occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;   Continuous
          monitoring.
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;   N/A
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;   All  casing must  be  tested for leakage at
          1000  psig;  injection tubing must  be  unaffected by  wastes.	

    B.  Monitoring Requirements;   Casing and  bottom  hole pressure testiT;  complete
          chemical analysis  of wastes; monitor well head and annulus  pressure,
          rate  and total volume;  report biannually.	
    C.  Restrictions of Operation  Procedures;   Surface  injection pressure
          maximum -  800  psig,  monthly maximum  volume  - 90,000 gallons.	
                                      (d)

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                                             Well Id.  Code:     TX-93,94,95,96

                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    "INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNITED STATES

 Permit Status:     PND	Operational Status:    PND	
 Operating Company Name and Address:  Jefferson Chemical company, inc.
                                     P.O. Box 847. Port Neches. Texas
 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data: (Day)  14     (Month)   08	(Year)	?2_
 2.   Latitude and Longitude:  29"57'53"/9355"38"	
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description):   N/A
 1.  County:   Jefferson                  State:   Texas
 5.  SIC Classification;   2818	
 II.   GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.   Type of Waste Injected; Brines, gycols. amines, and hydrocarbons from
       chemical plant	

 2.   Date Well Permitted:  8/5/71              Completed:
 3.   Injection Rate:   N/A	
 M.   Injection Pressure;   N/A	
 5.   Total Depth of Well;  N/A          	
 6.   Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone: itiocene Sands
                                             5300-5600 ft.
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)  N/A   (Month)            (Year)
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:   N/A      	           (GallonsT
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Month)            (Year)	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Llthologic Description
  Beaumont	   Pleistocene   	  	   clay	
  Lissie	   Pleistocene   	  	  	
  Catahoula            Miocene
  Frio	   Oligocene
                                     (a)

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                                               TX-93.94.95.96
    B.   Geologic Description of  Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                              Conflnina: Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(4) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Ifydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, raLllidarcies
(10) Fteservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution
N/A

























    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids;    N/A
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Mame
   N/A
                     Areal     Lithologic
  Depth   Thickness  Extent    Character
Fluid
Character
    Mineral Resources in Area:   N/A
5.  Location of Other wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other renetraticns in
    Immediate Ifydrologically Affected Area;   N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity): 5%CaCl2> 1% Nad. 1% cycols
      0.05% amines, 0.05% hydrocarbons	

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;  100
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:  N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity;  1.039	
    D.  Temperature:  190 F
    E.  pH:
11.5 - 12.0
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:    N/A	


M.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment'Ckxnponents:  No-ie
    Degradablllty Level and Rate:   None
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection;
      Probably not sterile at injection;  bacterial activity minimal due to	
      anaerobic conditions and lack of substrate.	
7.  Pre-lnjection Waste Treatment;   Centrifuge,  high rate sand filters,  two
     42,000 gallon steel storage and surge vessels.	


V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing
Surface
Intermediate

Injection
Other

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:  N/A
Hole
Size





Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
conductor casing
conductor casing
65 # H-40
51? K-55
23# K-55 ST&C
Size
TT-
2o
16
To-3/4
7
Depth
Set
TT5fl
1306



3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models):   N/A
  .  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment: Packer and overchot
     combination at bottom of injection pipe
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:  6-5/8" OP screen and blank riser filled with
      gravel pack (stainless steel wire and schedule 40 perforated pipe.)
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:   N/A
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow T.ines:  Two 42,000 gallon steel tanks


2.  Filters:Rapid sand filters
                                     (c)

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3-  Pumps:  Two quintuplex pumps at 700 gpm	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection. Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  N/A	  Average	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)  N/A	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_     N/A             B.  19                  C.  19
VIII.  SAFEIY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data: Well head and annulus pressure; injection
         flow rate; injection flow volume. _

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured; Periodically
          measured and reported if a 57 variance occurs.

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads: continuous

2.  Contingency Plan for Vfell Failure During Operation: *JUP wastes to other
      company wells in immediate vicinitv. _
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements:  All casing must be tested for leakage at
         1000 _psig; injection tubing must be una . fected bv wastes. _

    B.  Monitoring Requirements :  Casing and bottom hole pressure tests; complete
         chemical, analysis of wastes; monitor wellhead and annulus pressure rates
         and total volume; report biannuallv _
    C.  Restrictions Of Operation Procedures:  Maximum surface  injection  pressure
          1750  psip,; maximum  rate  of  injection  1  million  gallons per  day. _
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:   xx-97
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN TOE UNITED STATES

Permit Status;    PND	Operational Status:  PHD
Operating Company Name and Address: Coastal states Petrochemical CQ.
                                    P.O. Drawer 521  Corus Christl
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)   02     (Month)    10	(Year)	72_
2.  Latitude and Longitude;  2749f06l797027t2Tr
3.  Well Location (Legal Description): McBride Partition, Block D' from the I
     corner proceed  N  20E  3480  ft.  to  a point in  the J.L. Russel Farm tracts
**  County:    Nueces                     State:    Texas
5.  SIC Classification:
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE
1.
2.
3.
H.
5-
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Type of Waste Injected: Five waste streams - one each
desalter, kerosene fractionator,
and the phosphoric acid settler.
Date Well Permitted: 3/31/72
Injection Rate: N/A
Injection Pressure: N/A
Total Depth of Well: 6200 ft.
Name, Age, and Depth of Injection
Date Injection Began: (Day) N/A
diesel fractionator,

Completed :



Zone: Miocene Sands
5000-6200 ft.
(Month)
Total Volume Injected to Date: N/A
Date Injection Ceased: (Day)
Previous Mode of Disposal: N/A

(Month)


from the crude
cat cracker overhead,







(Year)
(Gallons)
(Year)


HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock IMts Penetrated by Well

(a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
 Beaumont	  Pleistocene    	     400  """   clay
 Lissie               Pleistocene                         sand,  gravel
 Goliod                Pliocene                             sand
 Logarto	   Miocene	                        clay
 Oakville             Miocene                              sandstone
 Catahoula            Miocene                              tuff,  clay, bentonlte
                                    (a)

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                                                         TX-97
    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units

                                         Injection Unit
(1) Hame
(2) Depth (Ft.)
H) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
T6) Ffydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, rainidarcies
(10) Reservoir Terrperature , C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Miocene sand



2200

Miocene
30
2000
60
sand















    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
 Beaumouc
            Depth
              0
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
         Llthologlc
         Character
  400
extensive  sand
1|.  Mineral Resources in Area:  oil and gas
Fluid
Character
 potable
5.  Location of Other Wells, AbandonedWells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area:   N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):  phenols, organic nitrogen
      cvanide. phosphoric acid., and other hydrocarbons.	
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;  N/A
B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, rcg/1:  N/A
C.  Specific Gravity:
D.  Tenperat ure:   ^A'
E.  pH:  7-a s	
                            N/A
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxiclty:  N/A	
lj.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;  Possible corrosion or metal
     fixtures due to phosphoric acid.	
5.  Degradabllity Level and Rate;   Pos.sible degradation of organic nitrogen
     compounds and phenols may degrade slowly even under anaerobic conditions.

6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection;
     Probably not sterile at injection	

7.  Pre-injection Vfaste Treatment;  Filtered after goinp through API separator.
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface                N/A	  	  	  	
Intermediate       	  	  	  	

  lection
Inject
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon;  N/A
3.  well Head Equipment (Name and Models);
 .  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;   N/A
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:   N/A
6,  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;   N/A"
VI.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;   N/A
2.  Filters:  Sand and anthracite  filters
                                     (O

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3.  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date (s)	  Average	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
     it
     it
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19__  	B.  19__  	C.
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:
    B.  Sampling Frequency andwater Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:         ~
 3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:
                                     (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                                        TX-98
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AM) MUNICIPAL
Permit Status:   PND
                   Operational Status:
                                                              PND
Operating Company Name and Address:  coastal states petrochemical Co.	
                                     P.O.  Drawer 521. Corpus Christ!.  Texas
 I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA
                                02
                 (Month)
1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)                	
2.  Latitude and Longitude:  27049'06"/97027'27'1
   10
  (Year)	72
 3.  Well  Location (Legal Description):  N/A
     County:   Nueces
                    State:   Texas
 5.   SIC Classification:
     2911
 II.   GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.   Type  of Waste Injected:   Waste from crude desalter,  kerosene fractionator,
      diesel fractionator, cat cracker overhead, and phosfiporic acid settler.
2.  Date Well Permitted:
3.  Injection Rate:  N/A"
                           3/31/72
                         Completed:
     Injection Pressure;   N/A
 5.   Total Depth of Well:    N/A         	
 6.   Name, Age, and Depth  of Injection Zone:    Miocene Sands
                                               5000-6000 ft.
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)   N/A  (Month)
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:   N/A
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Month)"
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:   N/A	'
                                     (Year)
                                     _(Year)
                                                (Gallons)
 XII.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
 Beaumont
 Lissie
 Goliod
 Logarto
 Oakville
 Catahoula
(b)
Age
Pleistocene
Pleistocene
Pliocene
Miocene	
Miocene	
Miocene
                                    (C)
                                    Depth
                                      0
(d)
Thickness
   400
(e)
Lithologic Description
Clay	
sand, gravel	
sand	
clay	
sandstone	
tuff, clay, bentonite
                                     (a)

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    B.   Gteologlc Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
Injection Unit Confinine Bed
U) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
G) Thickness (Ft.)
(4) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Ifydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, raillidarcles
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Miocene sand



2200

Miocene
30
2000
60
sand















    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:   Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


                Depth
Name
  N/A
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
 .  Mineral Resources in Area:   Oil  and  Gas
5.  Location of Other wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Pfydrologically Affected Area;
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):  Phenol,  organic nitrogen
      cyanide,  phosphoric acid,  other  hydrocarbons.	

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:   NM
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:   N/A
    C.  Specific Gravity:    N/A	
    D.  Temperature;   N/A
    E.  pH:
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxlclty:  N/A
H.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Congponents:   Possible corrosiosion of
     metal fixtures handling phosphoric acid. _
5.  Degradability Level and Rate:  Possible degradation of organic nitrogen
      compounds, and phenols may degrade slowly even under anaerobec conditions.

6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably not sterile at injection; minor biological degradation of _
      organic nitrogen compounds and phenols under anaerobic conditions. _
7.  Pre-inJ action Waste Treatment:   N/A
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            "X/A	  	  	  	
Intermediate
Injection
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);    N/A
 .  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:   N/A
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:   N/A
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:   N/A
2.  Filters:
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATIOH CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
     n
     ti
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_	B.  19__  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;         "~
 3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restttctlons of Operation Procedures:
                                     (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:     TX-99
                   COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AM3 MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN THE^ UNITraAJ STATES

 Permit Status:    FDR	Operational Status;    DN
 Operating Company Name and Address:   Dow-Bodische Co.
                                      602  Cooper  Rd.  -  Freenort.  Texas

 I.  GENERAL mfaM'JJ/ICATION DATA

 1.  Entry Date of Data:  (Day) 14       (Month)    08	(Year)	72.
 2.  Latitude and  Longitude;  2900'34"/9524'Q9"
 3.  Well  Location (Legal  Description):  7310.38' south of the north line and
      1901.67'  east  of the west  line of the Alexander Calyit Survey. Ab. - 49.
 **  County:    Brazoria                    State:   Texas       7
 5.  SIC Classification;   2818	
 II.   GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.   Type of Waste Injected;  Aqueous solution of organic and inorganic constituents
      from a caprolactum plant  - purification of caprolactum to apolymer grade
      material
 2.   Date Well Permitted:   7/16/71            Conpleted;
 3.   Injection Rate;    150  gpm
     Injection Pressure;    400 psi
 5.  Total Depth of Well;    6100 ft.     	
 6.  Name, Age,  and Depth  of Injection Zone;  Miocene sands. 5000 - 6100 ft7
 7.  Date Injection Began:  (Day)   N/A   (Month)             (Year)      	    ~
 8.  Total Volune Injected  to Date;   N/A	(Gallons)
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)        (Month)             (Year)
10.  Previous Mode Of Disposal;  Discharge into the Dow Chemical Company canal


 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  LLthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description  of Rock Units Penetrated  by Well

 (a)                  (b)             (c)      (d)          (e)
 Name                 Age             Depth    Thickness    Lithologic Description
  Alluvium	  Recent	    0        300        gravel, sand, clay
  Beaumont	  Pleistocene    	               sand, clay
  Lissie              Pleistocene    ~  ______   san(j) clay
  Lagarto	  Pliocene       	  	  sandstone, shale
  Oakville         ~  Miocene	  	                  sandstone, shale
  Catanoula	  Miocene                             sandstone, shale
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                         Confinlne Bed
(1) Name
2) Depth (Ft.)
3) Thickness (Pt.)
5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
6) Ifydrofracturing Pressure, psi
7) Age of Unit
8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ndllidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, '"C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Oakville-Catahoula
5470
85


0.85 psi/ft est.
Miocene
28 - 32
200 - 1000
67
sand
extensive














    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  sal
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
 Alluvium
            Depth    Thickness
                      Areal
                      Extent
Llthologic
Character
 Beaumont
                       variable  sand.  gravel
                       extensive sand,  clay
Fluid
Character
 poor	
                                                         potable
 .  'Mineral Resources In Area:
                             N/A
5.  Location of Other Wens, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Ifydrologically Affected Area:    Three  other  injection wells;
      TX-51.  TX-71.  and TX-59	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  10.000-30.OOP  ppm ammonium
     sulfate;  100.000 ppm sulfonated hydrocarbons:  3.000-5.000  ppm caprolactum;
     2..000-3-.00.0 PPm aromatic compounds  (predominately benzene  cvclohexane).	
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1; N/A	
        Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:
        Specific Gravity:
        Temperature:
        pH:
B.
C.
D.
E.
                         N/A
             1.01
          N/A
4.0 - 8.0
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity;  N/A
    Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;  Readily attacks  carbon steel,
     surface equipment lined with stainless steel.
5.  Degradability Level and rate;   Possible bacterial breakdown of  organic
      compounds.
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably .not sterile at injection;  little  bacterial  activity.	
7.  Fre-lnjection Waste Treatment;  Filtered,  transferred  to  clear  tank  and  then
      to injection pumps.    	
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
1. Casing and Tubing
Hole
Size
Surface
Intermediate

Injection
Other
Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
32.75# H-40
26#
304 s.s.

304 s.s.
K-55
schedule 40

schedule 40
Size
10-3/4
7
6-5/8

4-1/2
Depth
Set
1300
5085



2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:
      Multiple stage cementing tool  at  3300 ft.;  Trinity  Lite-Wate  cement
      0 - 1300 ft.  followed  by API Class  "A" common  cement with  2%  CaCl.
3.  well Head Equipment (Name and Models);  N/A
 .  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;  Packer  inside  s.s.
      tail  pipe  at  depth  below 5085  ft.;  centralizers used on  surface casing.
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:  Gravel packed  open hole.
6.  Hydraulic Practur&ig, Acidizing Programs, etc.;   N/A"
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;  Clear  tank;  stainless steel lines, rubber-
      lined.
2.  Filters:
N/A
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3.  Punps;  N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   N/A	  Average	  Maxiirum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   N/A	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19__     N/A	B.  19_  	C.  19_  	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Well head and annulus pressure; injection
          flow rate and volume	

    B.  Sanpling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured; Periodically
          measured and reported if 5% variance occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads; Continuously

2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation: 6QQ' * 60' x 7' clay
       lined pit.
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  All casing must be tested for leakage at
          1000 psi; injection tubing must be unaffected by wastes.

    B.  Monitoring Requirements;Casing and bottom hole pressure; complete
        chemical analysis of wastes; monitor well head and annulus pressure,
        rates, and total'volume;report biannually.
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;  N/A
                                      (d)

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                                             Well Id.  Code:
                                            TX-100
                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION
 Permit Status:
PDR
    Operational Status:
                  DN
 Operating Company Name and Address;  E.I.  DuPont de Nemours Co.,  Beaumont  Works
                                     P.O.  Box 3269 - Beaumont,  Texas
 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data: (Day)  14
                    (Month)  08
 2.   Latitude and Longitude: .30000'15"/9400'25"
                       (Year)   72
 3.  Vfell Location (Legal Description):  J.  S.  Johnson Survey A-34
     County;    Jefferson
                       State:    Texas
 5.  SIC Classification:   2818
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type of Waste Injected:  Nitrogen compound production wastes.
 2.  Date Well Permitted:_  7/26/71
 3.  Injection Rate;  N/A"
                            Completed:
     Injection Pressure:  N/A
 5.  Total Depth of Well; 5015 ft,
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone:  Frio,  Miocene
                                              4960 ft.
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)  N/A   (MonthT
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:  N/A	
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Month)
                                        (Year)
                                                   (GallonsT
                                       TYear),
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:  Barged to the  Gulf  of Mexico  and  discharged
      beyond the Continental shelf.	
 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
 Beaumont
 Montgomery
 Bentley (Lissie)"
 Willis
 Anahuac
 FrTo
   (b)
   Age
   Pleistocene
   Pleistocene
   Pleistocene
   Pliocene
   Miocene
   Miocene
(c)
Depth
 0
 1000
(d)
Thickness
(e)
Lithologlc Description
 clay,  sand	
 clay,sand
 clay,sand
             sand
             sand
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
 Confining Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
3) Thickness (Ft.)
*1) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ndllidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, dC
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Frio
4960
143
0.45 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Miocene
28 - 34
2052 - 2307

sand
widespread


1000
4000



Miocene



clav, sand
widespread

    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids;   Saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
Beaumont
Lissie
Area! Lithologic Fluid
Depth Ihickness Extent Character Character
0 extensive clav. sand fresh
800 extensive clav. sand fresh



4.  Mineral Resources in Area:   N/A
5.  Location of Other wells, Abandoned wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Irrmediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area; N/A	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity); Ammonium
      Nitrils - 40,000 ppm, acrolein.	

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:  N/A
           -  ?n.nnn
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;  120,000
    C.  Specific Gravity;  N/A	
    D.  Temperature;  N/A	
    E.  pH;  6-0 -7.Q	
                                     (b)

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3.   Toxiclty: HCN highly toxic, limit 0.2 ppm; acrolein also toxic; ammonium
     sulfate may oe hazardous becouse ot pH shift.

M.   Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:  Corrosive
5.  Degradabllity Level and Rate;  N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection;
      Bacteria probably destroyed by HCN	

7.  Pre-lnJection Waste Treatment:  Bio-pond with 14 day detention time.
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTOUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing
Surface
Intermediate

  lection
Hole
Size


Casing or Tubing
Weight and Grade
54. 5# K-55
40# K-55
Size
13-3/8
9-5/8
Depth
Set
1627
4807



Other

2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon;  13-3/8"
     casing - 1000 sks Halliburton Lite-Wate,  600 sks 50-50 Pozmix w/ 2% CaCl?,
     100 sks Class A w/ 2% CaCl?;  9-5/8" casing - 1460 sks Halliburton Light
     cement w/ gilsonite followed  by 200 sks common cement."~"~
3.  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models);   N/A
i|.  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:  Guide show,  float
     collar above 1st joint of 9-5/8" casing, 14 centralizers and two cement
     bashets were placed into the well.	

5.  Bottom Hole Completion:  Gravel packed screen 4817 - 4960 ft.

6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:  N/A                   '
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIFPENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;  4.1 million gallon (4.7 day retention)  steel
     settling tank.	

2.  Filters:  Primary and polishing filters.
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:   N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTCTtlSTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   N/A	  Average	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)   N/A	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_     N/A	B.  19_  	C.  19_  	

VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data;  Well head and annulus pressure;  injection
         flow rate and volume,.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured;  Periodically
          measured and reported if a 5% variance occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;  Continuously

2.  Contingency Plan for WellFailure During Operation;  Pump wastes to other
      company well (TX-101) .	
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  All casing must be tested for  leakage at
          1000 psi; injection tubing must  be unaffected by wastes.	

    B.  Monitoring Requirements;  Casing and bottom hole pressure  test; complete
         chemical analysis of wastes; monitor well head and annulus pressure,
         rate, and total volume; report biannually.	
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures;  Surface injection pressure shall
         not exceed 1500 psi.	
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                                                              TX-101
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNTIED STATES
Permit Status:
                   PDR
    Operational Status:
                 DN
Operating Company Name and Address;  E.I. DuPont de Nemours Co., Beaumont Works
                                     P.O. Box 3269 - Beaumont, Texas
 j.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry  Date of Data:  (Day)   14      (Month)    08
 2.   Latitude and Longitude: 30"00'13"/9400'22"
                                                           (Year)	72
3.  Well Location (Legal Description):  J.S. Johnson Survey A-3A
    County;    Jetterson
                                          State:
               Texas
5.  SIC Classification;   28is
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type of Waste Injected;  Nitrogen compound production wastes.
2.  Date Well Permitted;  7/26/71
3.  Injection Rate:   N/A
                                               Completed:
M.  Injection Pressure;  N/A
5.  Total Depth of Well;  5008 ft.
6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone;  Frio,  Miocene
                                             4960 ft.
                                                          (Year)
                                                                     (GallonsT
 7.  Date Injection Began:  (Day)  N/A   (Month)
 8.  Total Volume Injected  to Date:   N/A
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)        (Month)                   	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal; Barged to Gulf of Mexico and discharged bevond
      the Continental  shelf.
                                                          JYear)
HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
 Beaumont
 Montgomery
 Bentley (Lissie)
 Willis
 Anahuac
 Frio           ~
                      (b)
                      Age
                     Pleistocene
                     Pleistocene
                     Pleistocene
                     Pliocene
                     Miocene	
                     Miocene
(c)
Depth
  0
(d)
Thickness
           1000
  1000
(e)
Lithologic Description
clay, sand	
clay, sand	
clay, sand

sand	
sand
                                    (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
Injection Unit Confinlne- Bed
(1) Name
2) Depth (Ft.)
3) Thickness (Ft.)
5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) ftrdrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ndllidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution
Frio
4960
143
0.45 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Miocene
28 - 34
2052 - 2307

sand
widespread


1000
4000



Miocene



clay, sand
widespread

    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids: saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
  Beaumont
  Lissie
            Depth
             0
Thickness
Areal
Extent
Lithologlc
Character
           extensive   clay,  sand
Fluid
Character
fresh
                               extensive  clay, sand
                                     fresh
4.  Mineral Resources in Area:N/A
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologlcally Affected Area:   TX-100	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  Ammonium  sulfate  -  70,000 ppm
       nitriles - 40,000 ppm,  acrolein	

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:   N/A
B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:  120,000
C.  Specific Gravity:
D.  Temperature :
                            N/A
                       N/A
                     _
    E.  pH;   6.0 -7.0
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxiclty: HCN highly toxic; acrolein also toxic; ammonium sulfate may be
       hazardous  due  to pH  shift.

1.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components;  Corrosive
5.  Degradabillty Level and Rate;  Possible bacterial degradation of organics


6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Bacteria probably destroyed  by HCN	

7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment:  Bio-pond with 14 day retantion
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface            "T7^l/2	    si.Sff  J-55   	   13-3/8     1620
Intermediate       	  	  	  	

  lection                                  :
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:	
      950 sks Halliburton light coment with gilsonite followed by 200 sks of class
    "TTcommon cement; 125 sks class A common cement with 2% CaCJ2.

3.  Vfell Head Equipment (Maroe and Models);   N/A
    Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;  Float shoe, six
     centralizers.-
5.  Bottom Hole Completion; Gravel packed screen
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;   N?A"
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;  N/A
2.  Filters:N/A
                                     (c)

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3.  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_  	B.  19_  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;
3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:
                                      (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:
                                             TX-102
                   COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                    INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNTIED STATES
Permit Status:
PDR
    Operational Status:
DN
Operating Company Name and Address: Diamond  shamrock Corp.	
                                    P.O. Box 631 - Amarillo. Texas
I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)   13     (Month)  os
2.  Latitude and Longitude:  3559'16"/10145'15"
                                          (Year)   72
3.  Well Location (Legal Description): H&TC  Survey, slock 44.  Sec 399.  2000'
      FSL  and  770' FEL.
    County;   Moore
                       State:    Texas
5.  SIC Classification:   2911
II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type of Waste Injected: Wastes  from refinery, gasoline plant, and ammonia
2.
3.
M.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
plant.

Date Well Permitted: 11/23/71
Injection Rate: N/A
Injection Pressure: N/A
Total Depth of Well: 5763 ft. (pluj
Name, Age, and Depth of injection 2
Date Injection Began: (Day) N/A


Completed :


?ged back to 5130





ft.)
lone: Granite Wash, Permian
4790 - 5080
(Month)
Total Volume Injected to Date: N/A
Date Injection Ceased: (Day)
(Month)
Previous Mode Of Disposal: Three Glorietta disposal


ft.
(Year)
(Gallons)
(Year)
wells.

HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION
1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
(a)
Name
Alluvium
 Ogallala
Dockum
    (b)
    Age
    Recent
    Pliocene
    Triassic
Red shale zone
Elaine
Glorietta
Cimarron
Red Cave
Panhandle
Brown
Moore County
Granite Wash
    Permian
    Permian
    Permian
    Permian
    Permian
    Permian
    Permian
    Permian
    Permian
(c)      (d)         (e)
Depth    Thickness   Lithologic Description
__0	  	  silt, sand	
  	     	  clay, silt, sand, gravel
 450     	  shale	
	  	  shale, clay, sandstone"
 	    ^__^_____  gypsum, anhydrite	
 1100      120    "~  sandstone	
	  ^	  anhydrite

	  	  limestone, dolomite
	  	  dolomite
	  	  limestone, dolomite
 4786300sandstone
                                    (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Uhit
                                                         Confinincr Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Ifydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7; Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ndllidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Areal
Distribution
Granite Wash
4786
300
0.45 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft. est.
Permian
25
150
52
arkosid sandstone
widespread


450
4300



Triassic-Perraian



evaporipes^ sa^dstpn
carbonates
widespread
    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:   saline
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
Ogallala
            Depth
             0	
           Areal
Thickness  Extent
                  Lithologic
                  Character
450
           extensive  sand. gravel
i|.  Mineral Resources in Area:  Oil and gas production
Fluid
Character
 fresh
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area;   injection well TX-20	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  Ammonia, organic acids,,
     phenol, nitrate, chromate^ and other inorganics.	

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;  N/A
B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;  10.000
C.  Specific Gravity:
D.  Temperature:
                            N/A
                        N/A
    E.  pH;   7.5-8.8
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxicity:   N/A
*.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Ckxiponents: Possibly corrosive due to acid

5.  Degradablllty Level and Rate:  None
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably not sterile at injection; bacterial activity minimal.	

7.  Pre-lnjection Waste Treatment:  N/A
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing
                   Hole
                   Size
Surface
Intermediate

   ection
Other
Casing or Tubing                    Depth
Weight and Grade         Size       Set
  94 #	  20	  598
 36# J-55 and 40# N-80    9-5/8      5766
 54.5#  H-40	  13-3/8     1997
 20#  K-55 tubing	 _7	  4775
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:  20"
     casing - 1200 sks Halliburton Lite w/2% CaCl9 + l/4# Floclae/sack; 13-3/8"
     casing - 540 sks Halliburton Lite w/4% salt + 400 sks class H + 205 sks HLC;
     9-5/8" casing - 625 sks HLC w/18% salt + l/4# Elecele/sack
 3.  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models):   N/A
 .  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment:   Baker 9-5/8'"
     5.5 packer at 4755 ft.; Baroid Kote inhibitor	
 5.  Bottom Hole Completion;  Iron plug at 5130 ft., perforations 5080 - 4790 ft.

 6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.:   N/A
 VI.   DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

 1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines:   N/A
 2.   Filters:
                                      (c)

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3.  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psl (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_  	B.  19_  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of MeasuringWater Levels and Hydrostatic Heads;
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:
3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions or Operation Procedures:
                                     (d)

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                                            Well Id. Code:    TX-103
                   COMPILATION OP INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                   "INJECTION WELLS IN TOE UNITED STATES

Permit Status;    PND	Operational Status:    PND
Operating Company Name and Address; POCO-AM. inc.	
                                    1108 Fidelity Union Life Bldg..  Dallas.  Texas

I.  GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

1.  Entry Date of Data: (Day)   13    (Month)    08	(Year)    72	
2.  Latitude and Longitude:  32036'28"/95055'26"
3.  Well Location (Legal Description): Tract #2,  C.  Beckett Survey,  A-93.  from
     NW corner proceed south alon^ the west line  300 ft.	
**  County:  Van Zandt                   State:   Texas
5.  SIC Classification:   3679	

II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

1.  Type of Waste Injected;  Wastes from an electronic components manufacturing
2.
3.
M.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
plant.

Date Well Permitted: 6/29/72
Injection Rate: N/A
Injection Pressure: N/A
Total Depth of Well: N/A
Name, Age, and Depth of Injection
Date Injection Began: (Day) N/A
Total Volume Injected to Date:
Date Injection Ceased: (Day)
Previous Mode of Disposal: N/A



Completed:









Zone: Woodbine Sands, Cretaceous
4700-5100 ft.
(Month) (Year)
N/A
(Month) (Year)




(Gallons)



HI.  -GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

1.  Lithology and Stratigraphy
    A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

(a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Lithplogic Description
Wilcox Group	  Eocene	    0          360       sand,  clay,  s  ale
MidwayPaleoceneclay,shale
 Navarro-Taylor       Cretaceous                           clay,  shale
luistin                Cretaceous                           chalk, marl
 Eagle Ford           Cretaceous                           clay,shale
 Woodbine             Cretaceous                           sand
                                    (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                               Confininflr Bed
U) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
H) Thickness (Pt.)
(4) Formation Fluid Pressure, psl
(5) Llthostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Hydrofracturing Pressure., psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcles
(10) Reservoir Temperature, QC
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Woodbine
4700
400



Cretaceous
15 - 20
3000
55
sand















    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids;  N/A
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
 Wilcox
  Depth
     0
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
   360
Llthologlc
Character
sand, clay
 .  Mineral Resources in Area:   N/A
Fluid
Character
fresh
5-  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Immediate Hydrologically Affected Area;  TX-IO  is  8 miles  northeast and
     is only well  located  nearby  that  reaches this  depth.	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity);  Electronics  component
       plant  wastes.	

2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   22.6	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;   N/A	
    C.  Specific Gravity:
    D.  Temperature:
    E.  pH:
              1.1
         N/A
2.2
                                     (b)

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3.  Toxlcity:  Methyl alcohol  toxic  to humans;  trichloroethylene possibly
      harmful to biota.	

1.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components: Possible corrosive action
     of sulfuric acid upon metal fixtures.	
5.  Degradablllty Level and Rate; N/A
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
      Probably sterile at  injection  because  of  low pH, bacterial  degradation	
      of some organic fractions  may  occur	
7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment;  pH adjustment, filtration, sedimentation
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Vteipfrt and Grade         Size       Set
Surface               KM	  	  	  	
Intermediate       	  	  	  	

  lection
Inject
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon; N/A
3.  Vfell Head Equipment (Name and Models);
 4.  Packers, Centrallzers, and Other Subsurface Equipment; N/A
5.  Bottom Hole Completion:
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;
VT.  DESCRIPTION OP SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines; 2  -  300  barrel  carbon steel storage  tands;
     1 - 300 barrel carbon steel  clear tank.

2>  Filters:
                                     (0

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3-  Pumps:	

VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum	
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)
    Date(s)	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_  	B.  19__  	C.  19_
VIII.  SAFETY INFORMATION
1.  Monitoring Program
    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:	
    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured:
    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads:
2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation;         ~
 3.  Regulatory Aspects
    A.  Construction Requirements:
    B.  Monitoring Requirements:
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures:
                                      (d)

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                                            Well  Id.  Code:    TX-104
                   COMPILATION OF  INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                     TMTCV^T^M WITT T O
                     I IM^I fl. 1 U MM HEiLu-iO
 Permit  Status:
PDR
    Operational Status:
                 DN
 Operating Conpany  Name and Address; E.I. DuPont de Nemours  and GO.
                                    P.O. Box  1089 - Orange.
 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry  Date of Data:  (Day)   13
                    (Month)  PS
 2.   Latitude and Longitude;  30003'26"/9344'31"
                       (Year)
 3.   Vfell Location (Legal Description):  339' FEL and 119' FSL of the H.W.  stark
      Survey, Ab.  - 505	
     County;    Orange
                       State;   Texas
 5.   SIC Classification;   2818
 n.   GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITO

 1.   "type Of Waste Injected; Wastes from adipic acid, plant.
 2.   Date Well Permitted: 1/26/72
                            Conpleted:
 3.   Injection Rate;  180 - 350 gpm
     Injection Pressure;  N/A
 5.   Total Depth of Well; N/A
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone;  Miocene sands. 4200 - 5200 ft.
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)  N/A   (Month)
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:   N/A
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)  N/A  (Month)"
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal; N/A     	"
                                         (Year)
                                        JYear).
                                                    (Gallons)
 HI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  LAthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well
 (a)
 Name
Beaumont
Lissie
Willis
 Oakville
 Catahoula
   (b)
   Age
   Pleistocene
   Pleistocene
   Pliocene
   Miocene
   Miocene
(c)
Depth
_o	

 1000
(d)
Thickness
 4400
(e)
Llthologlc Description
clay, sand	
clay, sand	
sand
sandstone	
sandstone
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                             Confining Bed
(1) Name
2) Depth (Ft.)
3) Thickness (Ft.)
1) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
5) Lithostatic Pressure, psi
(6) Ifydrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, ndllldarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
Catahoula
4400

0.45 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
1.0 psi/ft est.
Miocene
33.1
2100
55
sand
widespread


1000
3400



Tertiary



clav. sand
widespread

    C.  Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids;  Brine
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers
Name
Beaumont
                Depth
                 0
           Areal
Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
 1000 ppm IDS
Lissie
                           1000
           extensive  clay, sand    	
           extensive  sand, gravel   3000 ppm IDS
    Mineral Resources in Area:  Production of oil in the area is found at
     7600 ft. to 8100 ft. in the Phoenix Lake Field, three miles east of the
     well.  Orange Field is-three miles west of the well.	

    Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Irrmediate Hydrologically Affected Area:  TX-12, TX-23, TX-54, ix-55, xx-56,
     and TX-57 within 2-1/2 mile radius.
5.
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTTCS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity):  A dilute aqueous solution
     of ammonium sulfate. sulfuric acid, and trace quantities of hydrogen	
     cyanide and organic nitriles, and organic acids.	
2.  Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1;   N/A	
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1;   N/A	
    C.  Specific Gravity:   N/A	
    D.  Temperature:  N/A	
    E.  pH:  0.8 - 1.2	.	
                                     (b)

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3 .   Toxicity :  N/A
H.  Reactivity with Surface Equipment Components:   Possible corrosion through
     contact with acidic residues. _
5.  Degradablllty Level and Rate;   None
6.  Biological Level at Injection and Estimated Biological Level After Injection:
     Probably not sterile at injection; bacterial activity minimal.	

7.  Pre-injection Waste Treatment; N/A
V.  WELL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

1.  Casing and Tubing

                   Hole            Casing or Tubing                    Depth
                   Size            Weight and Grade         Size       Set
Surface              N/A	  	  	  	
Intermediate       	  	  	  	

  lection
Other
2.  Type and Amount of Cement, Cement Additives, Emplacement Horizon:  N/A
3.  Well Head Equipment (Name and Models);
 .  Packers, Centralizers, and Other Subsurface Equipment;   N/A
5.  Bottom Hole Completion;
6.  Hydraulic Fracturing, Acidizing Programs, etc.;  N/A
VI.  DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE EQUIPMENT

1.  Holding Tanks and Plow Lines;   N/A
2.  Filters:   N/A
                                     (c)

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3.  Ptnnps:     N/A	


VII.  OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Injection Rate, gpm (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)    N/A	  Average	  Maximum	
     it
2.  Injection Pressure, psi (During Life of Well to Present)

    Date(s)    N/A	  Average	  Maximum
3.  Annual Volume Injected, gal.
    A.  19_      N/A	B.  19_  	C.  19_  	

VIII.  SAFBIY INFORMATION

1.  Monitoring Program

    A.  Monitoring Devices and Data:  Well head and annulus pressure;  injection
         flow rate and volume.	

    B.  Sampling Frequency and Water Quality Parameters Measured: Periodically
         monitored and reported immediately if a 5% variance occurs.	

    C.  Frequency of Measuring Water Levels and Hydrostatic Heads; Continuously

2.  Contingency Plan for Well Failure During Operation:  Pump to other wells
      in the area.
3.  Regulatory Aspects

    A.  Construction Requirements;  All casing tested for leadage at  1000 psi;
          injection tubing unaffected by wastes.

    B.  Monitoring Requirements:  Casing and bottom hole pressure tests; complete
         chemical analysis of wastes; monitor well head and annulus pressure,  ~
         rates and total volume; report biannually.
    C.  Restrictions of Operation Procedures; Operating surface pressure -
          1750 psig; injection rate - 430 gpm~monthly rate - 18 million gallons.
                                     (d)

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                                             Well Id.  Code:     TX-105
                    COMPILATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL
                     INJECTION WELLS IN THE UNITED STATES

 Permit Status:     PDR	Operational Status:     DN
 Operating Company Name and Address:  E.I.  DuPont de Nemours  and Co.
                                      Victoria.  Texas	
 I.   GENERAL IDENTIFICATION DATA

 1.   Entry Date of Data: (Day)   02    (Month)  10	(Year)   72
 2.   Latitude and Longitude;  2839.'30"/9_656' 15"
 3.  Well Location (Legal Description):  Desiderio Garcia League.  Ab.  -  38

 4.  County:    Victoria                  State;    Texas                ~
 5.  SIC Classification;   2818	
 II.  GENERAL DATA ON WELL SITE

 1.  Type Of Waste Injected:  Wastes from the manufacture  of  nylon.
 2.   Date Well Permitted:   1/26/72	Completed:
 3.   Injection Rate;     N7T
     Injection Pressure:   N/A
 5.  Total Depth of Well;   N/A
 6.  Name, Age, and Depth of Injection Zone;   N/A
 7.  Date Injection Began: (Day)  N/A   (Month)            (Year)
 8.  Total Volume Injected to Date:   N?A      	           (GallonsT
 9.  Date Injection Ceased: (Day)       (Month)            (Year)     	
10.  Previous Mode of Disposal:  N/A	
 PI.  GEOLOGIC INFORMATION

 1.  Llthology and Stratigraphy
     A.  Geological Description of Rock Units Penetrated by Well

 (a)                  (b)            (c)      (d)         (e)
 Name                 Age            Depth    Thickness   Lithologlc Description
 NTT"
                                     (a)

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    B.   Geologic Description of Injection Unit and Other Possible Units
                                         Injection Unit
                                                             Conflninz Bed
(1) Name
(2) Depth (Ft.)
(3) Thickness (Ft.)
(5) Formation Fluid Pressure, psi
(5) Lithostatic Pressure j psi
(6) ftrdrofracturing Pressure, psi
(7) Age of Unit
(8) Porosity %
(9) Permeability, millidarcies
(10) Reservoir Temperature, C
(11) Character and Area!
Distribution
N/A

























    C.   Chemical Characteristics of Formation Fluids:  N/A
3.  Geohydrology of Fresh Water and Other Useful Aquifers


                Depth
Name
"N/A"
           Area!
Thickness  Extent
Lithologic
Character
Fluid
Character
4.  Mineral Resources in Area:  N/A
5.  Location of Other Wells, Abandoned Wells, and Other Penetrations in
    Inmediate fydrologlcally Affected Area:   N/A'V	
IV.  WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

1.  Technical Description (Including Radioactivity): Aqueous wastes  from  the
      manufacture of nylon intermediates;  small  quantitiesof HNO^, organic
      acids,  and salts.
    Physical/Chemical Description
    A.  Cone. Suspended Solids, mg/1:.
    B.  Cone. Dissolved Solids, mg/1:"
    C.  Specific Gravity:	N/A	'_
    D.  Temperature:   N/A	
    E.  pH:    N/A	
                                         N/A
                                         N/A
                                     (b)

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