Plugging abandoned oil and gas wells isn't just a legal requirement, it's a vital component of a well-run operation that makes new well completions easier and safer. Every day you delay in plugging your abandoned wells, you risk higher costs down the road, incurring heavy fines and limiting your ability to open new permits.
In '5 Reasons Why Not Plugging Your Abandoned Well Today Will Cost You Tomorrow,' we lay out why now is the right time is start plugging. With the right P&A partner, you can ensure you stay in good standing with your state's regulators and have peace of mind for decades that your abandoned wells will stay properly plugged, preventing dangerous and expensive leaks.
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Many abandoned wells are left unplugged because operators believe the costs are too high, but not plugging opens you to heavy fines from your state and only pushes the costs down the road, when they could be even higher due to corrosion, blockages and access issues.
Plants & Goodwin has 50 years of experience in plug & abandonment. We work directly with our partners to deliver solutions when you need them, not weeks or months down the road. When timing matters, P&G is ready.
In '5 Reasons Why Not Plugging Your Abandoned Well Today Will Cost You Tomorrow,' we explore the legal and financial importance of properly plugging abandoned oil and gas wells as quickly as possible. Get your copy today and see how the right partnership can make plugging easier and more efficient.