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Anderson #4

The Anderson #4 oil well in Northern Toole County, Montana, was spudded September 5, 1925 and drilled to a final depth of -1,506 feet by the Western Drilling Co. This well became an orphan in the early 1990s when the last operator, Cavalier Petroleum, filed for bankruptcy and the well formally became the responsibility of the State of Montana. PLUGGED (July 27, 2021) Thanks to HB2 Origination.  
Fast Facts
Date Spudded: September 22, 1925
Date Abandoned: mid-1990s (25+ years)
Amt of CO2e Emitted/Year: 6,732 tonnes
Plugging & Restoration Cost: $30,000
Date Plugged: July 27, 2021

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