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Wednesday, March 30, 2011

DEP Issues Corrected Well Drilling Permits

DEP Issues Corrected Well Drilling Permits
to Lake Erie Energy Partners

MEADVILLE -- The Department of Environmental Protection has issued three corrected well drilling permits to Lake Erie Energy Partners LLC after the company provided complete information to remedy the original application defects.

The corrected permits are for the wells identified as Dohler 1, Dohler 3 and Rahal 3, all located in North East Township, Erie County. Township residents contacted the department after observing water supply notification shortcomings in the permit applications.

Lake Erie Energy Partners corrected those application defects, leading to today’s action. The original permits for the wells were revoked simultaneously with the issuance of the new permits.

DEP also revoked the permit for the well known as Rahal 4, also in NortLinkh East Township. The application for this well failed to meet the setback provisions of the Oil and Gas Act, which prohibits the siting of wells less than the required 200-feet from an occupied structure.

If the company intends to construct Rahal 4, it will need to submit a new well drilling application that addresses the setback issue.

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January 3, 2011, 4:07 pm Video

1 comment :

Anonymous said...

How long till Corbett does away with the permitting process because it's too onerous on the poor, poor energy industry?