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Currently, most wells in the US drilled or dug for various applications are regulated by state or federal agencies for the protection of underground drinking water. All wells in use today will sometime in their life be abandoned and plugged under the direction of these agency rules. This handbook contains eight chapters: the issue of plugging; well abandonment preplanning, materials used in well abandonment; plug placement procedures; bonding considerations of the plug; locating abandoned wells; federal and state abandonment rules for oil and gas wells in the US, 1991; and state abandonment rules for water wells, 1991. The appendices include an extensive glossary, a bibliography, balance calculations for setting an abandonment plug, and tables for capacity of hole, capacity of casing, and capacity of tubing. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
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