What’s New

Keep up with the latest news, events and announcements from the Well Done Foundation

Check out the Well Done Foundation's Carbon Elimination Scorecard

As of October 18, 2020
 
Each orphan well plugged by the Well Done Foundation delivers the immediate elimination of Methane (CH4), a harmful greenhouse gas that is 25 times more powerful than Carbon Dioxide (CO2).
With the recent completion of Anderson #7, we are pleased to update our Carbon Elimination Scorecard! By comparison, the Nature Conservancy has estimated that the average person in the United States has an annual carbon footprint equal to 16 tons of Carbon Dioxide.
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CO2e Metric Tonnes Removed

Anderson #7 Orphan Well Update

October 18, 2020
 
Thanks to the generous support of New York Businessman, Mr. Joel Citron, the Anderson #7 Well was plugged and the methane emissions were eliminated on October 2, 2020!

Today, after 91 years, the surface area has been fully restored and will be ready for cultivation in the next crop planting cycle.  Surface Owner and Local Farmer, Sam Stewart has signed off on the Well Done Foundation’s work and we are finalizing the reporting with the State of Montana.

The Well Done Foundation Team now begins the post closure monitoring of this completed project. BRAVO and thanks to all who have helped deliver this huge win for the Environment, the Community and the Industry by showing what us possible when we work together to make a difference, one well at a time! 

Montana Tech Talk with Well Done

October 22, 2020
 
The Well Done Foundation will be presenting an overview of their Montana #1 Project to the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) at Montana Technological University on Thursday October 22, 2020.

What a great way to engage with the industry leaders of tomorrow on the important topics of orphan wells, methane emissions and making a difference, one well at a time! 


Join us at 5:00 P.M. on Thursday October 22, 2020 in Room 122 of the Natural Resources Building at Montana Tech.