BLUHM #8 (WDF20.008)

The Bluhm #8 Oil Well in Northern Toole County, Montana was spudded April 9, 1930 and drilled to a final depth of -1,606′ by C.E. Shaffer of the Imperial Petroleum Corp. This well became an orphan in the early 1990’s when the last operator, Cavalier Petroleum, filed for Bankruptcy and the well formally became the responsibility of the State of Montana.

About the Bluhm #8 Orphan Oil Well:

  • Completed April 20, 1929
  • Abandoned in mid 1990’s (25+ years)
  • Plugging will immediately reduce 7,971 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions (CO2e)
  • Adoption Fees 30,000.00 Includes Monitoring, Plugging & Surface Restoration

BLUHM #12 (WDF20.007)

The Bluhm #12 Oil Well in Northern Toole County, Montana began drilling July 5, 1934 and to the final depth of -1,600′ by the Imperial Petroleum Corp. This well became an orphan in the early 1990’s when the last operator, Cavalier Petroleum, filed for Bankruptcy and the well formally became the responsibility of the State of Montana.

About the Bluhm #12 Orphan Oil Well:

  • Completed August 2, 1934
  • Abandoned in mid 1990’s (25+ years)
  • Plugging will immediately reduce 4,452 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions (CO2e)
  • Adoption Fees 30,000.00 Includes Monitoring, Plugging & Surface Restoration

BLUHM #14 (WDF20.006)

The Bluhm #14 Oil Well in Northern Toole County, Montana was drilled September, 1934 and drilled to a final depth of -1,606′ by the Imperial Petroleum Corp. This well became an orphan in the early 1990’s when the last operator, Cavalier Petroleum, filed for Bankruptcy and the well formally became the responsibility of the State of Montana.

About the Bluhm #14 Orphan Oil Well:

  • Drilled September 1934
  • Abandoned in mid 1990’s (25+ years)
  • Plugging will immediately reduce 4,452 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions (CO2e)
  • Adoption Fees 30,000.00 Includes Monitoring, Plugging & Surface Restoration

ANDERSON #7 (WDF20.004)

The Anderson #7 Oil Well in Northern Toole County, Montana was spudded July 11, 1929 and drilled to a final depth of -1,560′ by C.A. Remington. This well became an orphan in the early 1990’s when the last operator, Cavalier Petroleum, filed for Bankruptcy and the well formally became the responsibility of the State of Montana.

About the Anderson #7 Orphan Oil Well:

  • Complete June 26, 1929
  • Abandoned in mid 1990’s (25+ years)
  • Plugging will immediately reduce 5,984 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions (CO2e)
  • Adoption Fees 30,000.00 Includes Monitoring, Plugging & Surface Restoration

ANDERSON #8 (WDF120.013)

The Anderson #8 Oil Well in Northern Toole County, Montana was spudded July 10, 1929 and drilled to a final depth of -1,548′ by C.A. Remington. This well became an orphan in the early 1990’s when the last operator, Cavalier Petroleum, filed for Bankruptcy and the well formally became the responsibility of the State of Montana.

About the Anderson #8 Orphan Oil Well:

  • Complete August 26, 1929
  • Abandoned in mid 1990’s (25+ years)
  • Plugging will immediately reduce 7,023 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions (CO2e)
  • Adoption Fees 30,000.00 Includes Monitoring, Plugging & Surface Restoration

ANDERSON #1 (WDF19.003)

The Anderson #1 Oil Well in Northern Toole County, Montana was spudded August 10, 1924 and drilled to a final depth of -1,545′ by the Western Drilling Co. This well became an orphan in the early 1990’s when the last operator, Cavalier Petroleum, filed for Bankruptcy and the well formally became the responsibility of the State of Montana.

About the Anderson #1 Orphan Oil Well:

  • Completed September 3, 1924
  • Abandoned in mid 1990’s (25+ years)
  • Plugging will immediately reduce 4,155 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions (CO2e)
  • Adoption Fees $30,000.00 Includes Monitoring, Plugging & Surface Restoration

 

ANDERSON #4 (WDF20.010)

The Anderson #4 Oil Well in Northern Toole County, Montana was spudded September 5, 1925 and drilled to a final depth of -1,506′ by the Western Drilling Co. This well became an orphan in the early 1990’s when the last operator, Cavalier Petroleum, filed for Bankruptcy and the well formally became the responsibility of the State of Montana.

About the Anderson #4 Orphan Oil Well:

  • Completed September 22, 1925
  • Abandoned in mid 1990’s (25+ years)
  • Plugging will immediately reduce 6,732 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions (CO2e)
  • Adoption Fees $30,000.00 Includes Monitoring, Plugging & Surface Restoration