A natural gas well, owned by Chesapeake Energy in Leroy Township,...
A natural gas well, owned by Chesapeake Energy in Leroy Township, Pa., spilled thousands of gallons of chemical-laced water, contaminating a stream and forcing the evacuation of seven families who live nearby as crews struggled to stop the gusher.
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#1 Apr 24, 2011
It is my understanding the leak occurred between the bottom frac valve and the tubing head assembly. First reports indicated the ring gasket failed in my 30 years of oil and gas that would be the first time I ever heard that one.
If the leak was coming from there it would have been because the hook up of the frac stack and tubing head was not made up to be tight. Then as the frac ensued with vibrations the connection gave away.
#2 Apr 24, 2011
C BEAVE has lots of CRACKS and VIBRATIONS !! lol everytime he vibrates it creates a GUSHER and believe me EVERY1 EVACUATES !!! i think C BEAVES VALVES NEED TO BE CHECKED!! FRACS and TUBES i think C BEAVE HAS ALL THOSE THINGS !! cause THERS LEAKAGE EVERYWHERES !!
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