TheCrudeLife.com – May 28, 2020
Curtis Shuck, Well Done Foundation, gives some history of the abandon and orphan wells in the United States. Shuck believes his 30 years of oil and gas experience has created an opportunity to create positive endeavors for industry and communities.
Many of the wells are on farms or ranches or open prairies. In addition to plugging the wells, it also restores the quarter- to half-acre of land affected by the well. The well is dug below the surface so land can be used for farming or grazing.
Listen to the podcast here.
Plugging orphan wells instantaneously stops CO2 air and water pollution.
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