Map of area State Garfield 1-25 HD1 (Formally State Garfield 1-36)
Garfield Township, Kalkaska County
Permit #60579 and permit #60580 ENCANA OIL AND GAS USA INC
Collingwood shale formation
The pictures below are from the well site, along with the field notes from the photographer
This well will use 5.5-6 million gallons to complete.Those tanks are filled before the process starts and the pit is also topped off.
So that means they withdrawal 1.7 million gallons before fracturing even starts.That is about what they had on the surface ready to go at Oliver 1-1 as well.
Fresh water well running continuous to fill pit and keep frac tanks filled.The well is in tight hole status(confidential) so no info is available, but I counted the frac tanks and I have a real good idea the capacity of this pit.
These are the pumps that are responsible for pulling the water from the pit and keeping the frac tanks filled
This is a pic of Halliburton’s Sand Kings.
The grey trailers on the left side in the photo are used to handle the sand.
Behind the sand king is where the sand,water and chemicals are mixed.
You can see all the pipes coming off the pump trucks and leading to the wellhead area to be forced down the bore in this pic.
Frack tank video for State Garfield 1-25 HD1 (Former State Garfield 1-36)
Video is in 2 parts because the iphone only allows so much in an email I guess….and I didn’t have my new camera with me.
Did not expect to find this today.
The sand is being sent into the mix in this photo…it seems to be a different sand that was used in Excelsior 2-25 & 3-25 but very similar to 1-25.
I will find out what the difference is.