Sunday, August 30, 2015

MCBOE Votes To Prohibit Cracking Issue To The Ballot

Monday, April 6, 2015

Oil & Gas Waste Spill or Fracking Dumping? Vienna, Ohio March 30, 2015 - Ongoing Search For Answers

** UPDATE ** Townhall to share new revelations on Vienna situations, Pulaski, more, w/ community Q&A and discussion Thursday August 27 from 7-9pm, at 1105 Elm St., Youngstown, Ohio 44505 (Elm & Illinois):
Community Discussion: Injection Wells, Fracking Waste, Man-made Earthquakes, and Other Fracking-Related Infrastructure: What Can People do to Protect Their Neighborhoods, Drinking Water, Air,  and Their Family’s and the Public’s Health, Safety, and Well-being? 
 
Contamination of drinking water, air, unknown - extent of below ground contamination & waterways unknown. Fish, turtles and other wildlife killed by oil & gas waste in pond at 884 Sodom Hutchings Road NE, Vienna, Ohio - due to  spill/dumping? that occurred sometime before March 25, 2015. Investigation ongoing, source undetermined, flow of waste is from injection well operations property (fracking products and other oil and gas industry wastes are injected and stored in disposal wells and storage tanks here).

COMPILING links and article UPDATES here (in the lengthening caption of this album): https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.870184209695183.1073741858.638488332864773

Contacts: http://www.viennatownship.com/2.html

ODNR SHUT DOWN ORDER:
https://lintvwkbn.files.wordpress.com/2015/04/chief-order-for-kleese-development.pdf

Vienna Township trustees Emergency meeting April 6, 2015:
https://www.facebook.com/events/876258532432993/

http://wkbn.com/2015/04/07/vienna-residents-await-word-on-water-safety/

http://businessjournaldaily.com/odnr-orders-kleese-to-shut-down-5-injection-wells/

SEE 1) http://wytv.com/2015/04/05/public-meeting-set-in-vienna-to-discuss-chemical-spill/
and
2) http://www.tribtoday.com/page/content.detail/id/631992/Spill-upsets-residents.html?nav=5021
3) http://www.wfmj.com/story/28734788/ohio-epa-addresses-concerns-over-vienna-oil-spill
4) http://www.vindy.com/news/2015/apr/07/residents-near-spill-await-lab-test/

WATER from NESTLE's
http://wkbn.com/2015/04/06/food-bank-secures-bottled-water-for-vienna-residents-affected-by-spill/

http://www.wfmj.com/story/28730451/vienna-residents-receive-donated-water-expedited-tests

http://www.wfmj.com/story/28724624/vienna-township-plans-emergency-meeting-following-oil-spill
http://wkbn.com/2015/04/05/public-meeting-set-in-vienna-to-discuss-chemical-spill/

http://www.wfmj.com/story/28723806/state-agencies-to-pay-for-vienna-residents-water-testing-after-oil-spill

FOLLOW https://twitter.com/LindsayWFMJ on twitter

http://www.vindy.com/news/2015/apr/04/oil-spill-cleanup-continues-in-vienna/

Story from WKBN 27 Youngstown OH after the clean-up began:
http://www.facebook.com/WKBN27/posts/10153171474313695

http://www.facebook.com/21WFMJ/posts/10152809143492219
http://wkbn.com/2015/04/03/cleanup-underway-at-vienna-spill/

http://wkbn.com/2015/04/02/chemical-spill-kills-wildlife-in-vienna-pond/

http://www.wfmj.com/story/28719419/updated-vienna-residents-concerned-about-water-safety-after-oil-spill
via The Vindicator: http://www.vindy.com/news/2015/apr/03/work-continues-cleanup-vienna-township-spill/

via 21 WFMJ - Youngstown, OH April 3, 7:25pm : http://www.wfmj.com/story/28716787/wildlife-found-dead-at-wetland-oil-spill-in-vienna

Greenpeace Ohio http://greenpeaceblogs.org/2015/04/04/oil-spills-hit-home/

Local blog: https://elecpencil.wordpress.com/2015/04/04/an-accident-that-was-waiting-to-happen/

http://frackfreemahoning.blogspot.com/2015/04/oil-gas-waste-spill-or-fracking-dumping.html

https://www.flickr.com/photos/frackfreeamerica/sets/72157651384090718/
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HISTORY:
KDA (Kleese Development Associate) operates disposal (injection) wells near this spill. http://www.kdadisposal.com/services/
There are several parts to their company holdings including Diamond Oil Services LLC & Diamond Oilfield Technologies ( http://www.linkedin.com/pub/m-j-kleese/66/623/226 ), etc.

Jan 2015 article from  The Vindicator: http://www.vindy.com/news/2015/jan/12/vienna-newton-townships-emerge-as-primar/

Via @Ecowatch: http://ecowatch.com/2012/05/20/concerned-residents-hold-church-service-at-new-fracking-wastewater-injection-well-site/

SEE http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.487796264660496.1073741839.263861137054011

YOUTUBE May 19, 2012, Sermon at the Injection Well: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z6h9pG6U7EM

via #OccupyYoungstown: http://www.facebook.com/occupyyoungstown/photos/a.397472670294770.83136.253363078039064/421625334546170/

YOUTUBE July 2012 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MFSN3G4185g
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Monday, March 9, 2015

Lois Gibbs (of Love Canal renown) Speaks on Fracking & Injection Well Concerns March 13 at Youngstown, Ohio, Townhall

UPDATE:  
PHOTO ALBUM (all photos here): https://www.flickr.com/photos/frackfreeamerica/sets/72157651035772180/
Frackfree Mahoning Valley                         News Release
_______________________________________________________
For Immediate Release:  March 5, 2015
Contact:  phone:  234-201-0402

______________________________________________________
Nationally renowned leader who led the Love Canal, New York community out of harm’s way, author, and 2003 Nobel Peace Prize nominee, Lois Gibbs, is coming to Youngstown, Ohio to share her story and address citizens’ concerns about man-made earthquakes, fracking waste injection wells, and drinking water:
A Townhall-style meeting featuring Lois Gibbs will be held on Friday, March 13, 2015, at 7 PM to 9 PM, at the The First Unitarian Universalist Church of Youngstown, located at 1105 Elm St., Youngstown, Ohio. (Elm & Illinois.) 

Youngstown, Ohio, March 5, 2015 –  Nationally renowned leader, 2003 Nobel Peace Prize nominee, environmental justice advocate, author, and speaker, Lois Gibbs, is coming to Youngstown, Ohio.  Lois Gibbs will be the keynote speaker at a Frackfree Mahoning Valley townhall-style meeting where citizen concerns related to man-made earthquakes, fracking waste injection wells, and drinking water will be the topic of lively discussion.
  
    Lois Gibbs is founder and Executive Director of the Center for Health, Environment, and Justice (CHEJ), a national nonprofit who “mentors a movement, empowering people to build healthy communities, and preventing harm to human health caused by exposure to environmental threats.”  www.chej.org
(Quote is from the CHEJ mission statement:  http://chej.org/about/mission/      

       Teresa Mills, longtime environmental justice advocate and colleague of Lois Gibbs, will also be in attendance at the townhall.  Teresa Mills is the Ohio organizer for the Center for Health, Environment, and Justice and consultant for the Buckeye Forest Council.

      Lois Gibbs led a heroic, historic, and successful effort to protect her family and community from toxic waste pollution at Love Canal, near Niagara Falls, New York, in 1978 to 1980. Lois Gibbs is an author, winner of the 1990 Goldman Environmental Prize, environmental justice advocate, and the subject of a movie about her life titled, “Lois Gibbs: The Love Canal Story.“  She has done local and national media interviews or appearances including with Oprah Winfrey and The Today Show. She has been called “The Mother of Superfund,” a federal program to clean up toxic waste.

      In the years 1978 to the early 1980s, Lois Gibbs’ efforts as leader of the Love Canal community, led to the evacuation of residents who did not know that their neighborhood and elementary school had been built upon or near a toxic industrial chemical waste dump.  Under Gibbs’ leadership, the Love Canal crisis got the attention of President Jimmy Carter and other national and local officials.  Through great effort, Gibbs was able to obtain evacuations for 833 Love Canal families affected by leaking toxic chemicals in their neighborhood. 
 
      The story of Love Canal is an icon for what can happen when extensive industrial pollution and neglect invade a residential community, unbeknownst to the people. It also shows what can happen when public officials fail to protect the public health, safety, and public interest.

      The March 13, 2015 townhall program is titled, “A Dialogue with Lois Gibbs: Fracking Waste, Drinking Water, and Man-made Earthquakes: Where will the waste go and what can communities do about it?” 

       The public townhall-style meeting will take place on Friday, March 13, 2015 at 7 PM to 9 PM at The First Unitarian Universalist Church of Youngstown, located at 1105 Elm St., Youngstown, Ohio. (Elm & Illinois.)  It is free and open to the public.

       All media and the public are invited to attend this very important meeting.

       At the townhall, citizens can share their ideas for solutions on how communities can protect themselves, their water supplies, and their rights, especially in relation to induced seismic activity, the increasing number of injection wells and millions of gallons and tons of fracking waste being brought into Ohio.

     “We are extremely pleased that Lois Gibbs and Teresa Mills are coming to Youngstown to share their knowledge and experience in environmental justice issues. This is a significant event for Youngstown and surrounding communities, especially since Weathersfield, Niles, Brookfield, Vienna, and other areas in Ohio are facing injection well issues.   We hope citizens take advantage of this unique opportunity to voice their concerns and to get information. Learning the history of Love Canal from Lois Gibbs herself will help us stop repeating the mistakes of the past and enable us to find positive solutions for current local issues,” said Susie Beiersdorfer of Frackfree Mahoning Valley.

Lois Gibbs biographical information at “About Lois”:   http://chej.org/about/our-story/about-lois/

Website for Center for Health, Environment and Justice:   www.chej.org

“From homemaker to hell-raiser in Love Canal,” by Ronnie Greene, The Center for Public Integrity, April 16, 2013, updated May 19, 2014,  article at:

       See a March 2, 2015 Frackfree Mahoning Valley news release about ODNR’s denial of an injection permit for a Mahoning County injection well:


“Study says Weathersfield earthquake and injection well are linked   Expert: Seismic events dwindled after ODNR ordered shutdown,” by Ed Runyan, Vindicator, February 17, 2015:


       For media inquiries or for more information, e-mail:
Also see:


Frackfree America National Coalition
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Lois Gibbs March 13 sheet of small cards FRONT
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Lois Gibbs: The Love Canal Story.
Young residents in Love Canal joined the protest. (Center for Health and Environmental Justice)

Lois Gibbs: The Love Canal Story.
In 1978 when EPA officials visited the community,
Lois Gibbs led the activists that refused to
let the officials leave until the federal government
promised to relocate the families.
Lois Gibbs: The Love Canal Story.
Lois Gibbs and daughter Melissa, 1979


Lois Gibbs researching toxic contamination - as housewife and concerned mother
Lois Gibbs, 1978, trying to obtain information about why her two small children are so sick. Didn't know about Love Canal.
Above photos via http://www.afiercegreenfire.com A Fierce Green Fire

Sunday, March 8, 2015

Citizens Question Reporting of Cracked Well Casing at Fracking Well in Trumbull County, Ohio

Many questions about cracked Avalon fracking well casing incident reported by Halcon.

March 8, 2015 - Vienna, Ohio press event asking questions about the cracked Avalon fracking well casing incident of July 2013: what has happened meanwhile?
Report of concern: http://apps.ohiodnr.gov/mineral/oil/MRMImages/18/5/261268.pdf
DOCUMENTS at bottom of these 2 well cards:
https://gis.ohiodnr.gov/Website/DOG/WellSummaryCard.asp?api=34155240700000
and
https://gis.ohiodnr.gov/Website/DOG/WellSummaryCard.asp?api=34155240700100

API Well Number #34155240700100 Permit Issued 4/29/2013
Landowner AVALON Acres 209.25 Well No. 1H Date Commenced 6/3/2013
Owner HALCON OPERATING COMPANY INC

41.240855, -80.700264

For inquiries: 234-201-0402

Photo credit: Joseph Dudley

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Youngstown Citizens Urge ODNR TO Continue To Deny Fracking Waste Injection Well Permit in Earthquake Area

Frackfree Mahoning Valley                         News Release
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For Immediate Release:  March 2, 2015
Susie Beiersdorfer:  Cell phone: 330-881-1050 or Phone: 234-201-0402
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Frackfree Mahoning Valley says newly obtained public documents show that the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) denied a Mahoning County injection permit based upon their finding that “ … the Khalil #3 saltwater injection well is located in close proximity to an area of known seismic activity”:
If ODNR has not already done so, Frackfree Mahoning Valley calls for ODNR to uphold this order despite company’s letter saying it will appeal the Chief’s Order:  
Frackfree Mahoning Valley is planning a Townhall – style, open public meeting on Friday, March 13, 2015, featuring a nationally renowned leader and speaker, to discuss these documents and what communities can do to protect their drinking water, air, land and public health, safety, and property values in relation to fracking waste injection wells and man-made earthquakes.
 
Youngstown, Ohio, March 2, 2015 – Frackfree Mahoning Valley (FFM) was made aware of two new, important Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) public documents showing that the state denied a permit for  injection of waste into a Mahoning County injection well based upon risks of man-made earthquake activity in Youngstown and the surrounding area. The ODNR “Order By the Chief” is dated September 24, 2014. 
       Teresa Mills, longtime environmental justice advocate, alerted Frackfree Mahoning Valley to the public records.
       The second document, dated December 1, 2014 to Chief Richard J. Simmers, is the response of Rex Energy (“parent company of R.E. Disposal LLC”) to ODNR’s injection permit denial.  The company’s letter mentions a possible appeal of the ODNR Chief’s order denying the company permission to inject waste.  
       The Rex Energy letter also includes a request for Chief Simmers to allow “us to make limited injections into the well during your work group’s deliberations, so that we can together gather information on seismicity associated with the injections.”  
       Copies of both documents can be found at the Frackfree Mahoning Valley website at:
       Frackfree Mahoning Valley’s response follows:
       Induced seismicity (man-made earthquakes) is a serious issue undergoing scientific scrutiny, not only locally, but worldwide.  We cannot forget that the highest magnitude earthquake, so far, that scientists link to injection was a magnitude 5.7 in Prague, Oklahoma in 2011.
       Frackfree Mahoning Valley calls for ODNR to stand by their September 24 decision to deny the injection permit based upon their finding that “the Khalil #3 saltwater injection well is located in close proximity to an area of known seismic activity.”  That was the correct decision and the right thing to do to protect the public health, safety, and public interest, including local property values and private property rights.
       It is astonishing that the company in question would request permission for “limited injections” despite ODNR’s original denial of the permit finding that this is an “area of known seismic activity.”  To us, it appears as though allowing “limited injections” would amount to experimenting and thereby gambling with the public health and safety of residents in order to provide data for a work group. This is immoral and highly misguided, to say the least.  Our local communities did not give official informed consent to be used in this way.  If they have not done so already, ODNR must deny any “limited injections” in order to protect the public interest.
       Furthermore, a February 17, 2015 Youngstown Vindicator article reports that a deep injection well in Weathersfield that apparently is linked to earthquakes and an earthquake “swarm” is being considered for reopening. That reopening the deep well would even be considered is astounding, reckless, and certainly not in the public interest. The well must remain closed. Additionally, because it is in an area of known seismic activity, the shallower well never should have been permitted to reopen and should be immediately closed, as well, in order to protect public health and safety.
       The continued injection of millions of gallons of fracking waste is putting the public health and safety of our communities at greater risk of man-made earthquakes.  This is too high a price to pay.
       This situation is getting worse – not better.  For example, despite Ohio state regulations after the magnitude 4.0 Northstar 1 injection well earthquake on December 31, 2011, there are now three man-made earthquake sites, documented by scientists, in the local area rather than just the one Northstar 1 site of 2011.  There is an additional site in Harrison County, Ohio. These facts support our belief that earthquakes cannot be regulated to make them safe or to keep them small.  Earthquakes cannot be regulated. 
       We do not think that citizens should be forced to adapt to man-made earthquakes.  We want the earthquakes and the injection of millions of gallons of fracking waste to stop. Did anyone ask the people whether they want to endure the high risks and costs of man-made earthquakes while companies try to control their magnitudes, essentially gambling with the public health and safety? The informed consent, or lack of consent, of the people was not sought beforehand. It should have been.   It is absurd to think that human beings can control earthquakes with 100 percent certainty.  The risks and costs are too high.  
       We believe that fracking cannot be done safely, or even fairly, with the technology as it stands today. Where is all of the fracking waste that is constantly being created going? There is no good, safe, or fair solution to this problem. The generation of millions of gallons and tons of fracking waste must stop. Ohio is not a waste dump.
       Frackfree Mahoning Valley is planning a townhall-style open public meeting in Youngstown, Ohio on Friday, March 13, 2015, where the general public and local officials can discuss the possible implications of these newly obtained documents and what communities can do to protect their families’ safe drinking water, air, land and public health, safety, and property values in relation to fracking waste injection wells and man-made earthquakes.
       Frackfree Mahoning Valley is finalizing plans to have a nationally renowned leader as the keynote speaker at this very important meeting. FFM will announce details of the upcoming townhall meeting in a separate news release.  All media and the general public are invited to attend.
       Interested citizens can call Frackfree Mahoning Valley at 234-201-0402 or e-mail at frackfreemahoning@gmail.com for more information.
        To see copies of the ODNR “Order By the Chief” dated September 24, 2014 and the company letter to ODNR please see: 
       The December 1, 2014, letter cited above can also be found at the following website:
 
For more injection well and earthquake related information please see the following links:
  
“Study says Weathersfield earthquake and injection well are linked   Expert: Seismic events dwindled after ODNR ordered shutdown,” by Ed Runyan, Vindicator, February 17, 2015:
 
       To see a February 3, 2015 WFAA news report (news video included) that aired in the Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas area featuring the Youngstown area earthquakes please see:
 “The Fault Line: Ohio quakes offer lessons for Texas,” by Byron Harris, WFAA, “News 8 Investigates:”

For a November 14, 2014 article that addresses man-made earthquakes please see:
 “Scientists link over 1000 earthquakes to fracking or fracking waste injection wells in Ohio, yet the state of Ohio only lists 18 quakes on their website. Why? How can Illinois and other states benefit from Ohio’s experience with fracking induced seismicity?” November 14, 2014, article by Dr. Ray Beiersdorfer, Professor of Geology, Dept. of Geological & Environmental Sciences, Youngstown State University, Youngstown, Ohio:
       http://www.frackfreemahoning.blogspot.com/2014/11/scientists-link-over-1000-earthquakes.html
 
       Information about injection wells in Weathersfield and Vienna, Ohio is included in the following article:
“Tremors trigger concerns about wells,” by Virginia Shank, February 22, 2015, Tribune Chronicle
 
       (The following GAO report includes information about “seismic activity.”)
“DRINKING WATER: EPA Program to Protect Underground Sources from Injection of Fluids Associated With Oil and Gas Production Needs Improvement,” U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), GAO-14-555, published June 27, 2014:
 
       For media inquiries or more information, e-mail:
Also see:

Frackfree America National Coalition based in Youngstown
 
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SPECIAL NOTE TO READERS: a lecture on injection wells and their waste products will be given Wednesday, March 4, 2015 at 7pm  in Cushwa Hall, Room B112, 210 Lincoln Ave, Youngstown State University, Youngstown, OH 44503
*MAP https://goo.gl/maps/Rq0UG * FREE and open to the public. There is FREE on-street parking after 5 p.m. at the metered parking spaces along Lincoln Avenue and nearby streets.
Lecture title: A Citizen Audit of Ohio Oil and Gas Waste Disposal Wells - LIVE Skype by Mr. Nathan Rutz, Communities United for Responsible Energy(CURE), Ohio Organizing Collaborative

EVENT on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/367358213468006/

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Great Climate Action Marcher Returns To Youngstown State via Skype Lecture February 25

Faith Meckley, We Are Seneca Lake, Student, Dept of Journalism, Ithaca College to speak at Youngstown State University on Natural Gas Storage Under New York’s Finger Lakes: Environmental and Health Concerns. February 25, 2015. 7 PM
ENTIRE SERIES: http://newsroom.ysu.edu/speaker-series-on-energy-and-the-environment-continues-this-semester/
Cushwa Hall, Room B112, 210 Lincoln Ave, Youngstown State University, Youngstown, OH 44503

*MAP https://goo.gl/maps/Rq0UG *

FREE and open to the public. There is FREE on-street parking after 5 p.m. at the metered parking spaces along Lincoln Avenue and nearby streets.





EVENT is here on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/events/1420772774887607

Faith Meckley was born and raised in Geneva, NY on the north end of Seneca Lake, the largest of the 11 Finger Lakes. Her childhood was spent outside and her connection with nature at a young age has had an enormous impact. Now that she understands that her home region is in danger, not to mention the entire planet, she finds it impossible not to take action. Over the summer and fall of 2014 she walked across the country to demand action on climate change, including a march through the YSU campus. She has been arrested twice for protesting, and may be facing jail time in March for one of her actions. She is currently balancing being a full-time student at Ithaca College and an organizer for We Are Seneca Lake.

The massive expansion plans for gas storage under Seneca Lake is the subject of "Seneca in the Balance," an upcoming public forum on Tuesday, March 11 at Watkins Glen High School Auditorium which will address the future of NY's Finger Lakes region: Will it be clean water and fine wine, or industrial gas storage?

For more information, visit http://wearesenecalake.com/ or http://gasfreeseneca.com/
ALSO see We Are Seneca Lake at https://www.facebook.com/WeAreSenecaLake

http://www.fltimes.com/news/article_bea2961a-9c02-11e4-8678-2f4e6735004f.html?mode=story

ALSO SEE https://www.facebook.com/ClimateMarch


 

 
 

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

ODNR Was Correct to Deny Permit To Youngstown, Ohio Injection Well In Light of Earthquakes

Click thumbnails or "Download File" to download the documents concerning NORTHSTAR KHALIL (SWIW #11)/R.E. Disposal #1, API Well Number 34099231570000
click to download document: Denial of permit to inject fracking wastewater "brine"
Denial of permit to inject fracking wastewater "brine"
(order given by Rick Simmers, Chief of ODNR’s Division of Oil & Gas Resources),
September 2014
2014_421_odnr_denial_of_permit_to_inject.pdf
Download File


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click to download document: seismic monitoring for injection of fracking wastewater
Rex Energy request to Rick Simmers,
Chief of ODNR’s Division of Oil & Gas Resources


322974rex-energy-letter-to-odnr.pdf
Download File


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click to download document: Well Permit for NORTHSTAR KHALIL (SWIW #11)
Well Permit and other info for
NORTHSTAR KHALIL (SWIW #11)  3
39 McCartney Rd, Campbell, OH 44405
41.090531, -80.612180 
ODNR / API Wellcard is here - at bottom there are links to the well's permits and well completion records:
https://gis.ohiodnr.gov/Website/DOG/WellSummaryCard.asp?api=34099231570000
map image of NORTHSTAR KHALIL (SWIW #11)  3 39 McCartney Rd, Campbell, OH 44405 41.090531, -80.612180
NORTHSTAR KHALIL (SWIW #11)  3
39 McCartney Rd, Campbell, OH 44405
41.090531, -80.612180

map image of NORTHSTAR KHALIL (SWIW #11)  3 39 McCartney Rd, Campbell, OH 44405 41.090531, -80.612180
NORTHSTAR KHALIL (SWIW #11)  3
39 McCartney Rd, Campbell, OH 44405
41.090531, -80.612180
https://goo.gl/maps/TcWqR

 NORTHSTAR KHALIL (SWIW #11) / R.E. Disposal #1, API Well Number 34099231570000