Plug abandoned wells in Appalachia like a pro

Learn all the ins and outs in this on-demand Plants & Goodwin webinar.

Orphaned and abandoned wells can be challenging enough to address on their own. Add in the complexities of Appalachian Basin geography and plugging these wells can become much more difficult.

In our on-demand webinar, "Decommissioning Orphaned and Abandoned Wells in Appalachia: A Contractor’s Perspective," we walk through some of the issues you could face while plugging wells in this region. Plants & Goodwin COO Luke Plants serves as your guide, pairing those potential pitfalls with solutions that lead to successful project completions and minimal environmental impact.

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Equip yourself with the knowledge you need to plug abandoned and orphaned wells in the Appalachian Basin. Register now to view this webinar on demand.

Webinar Agenda:


P&A Challenges in Appalachia

  • Well Access Issues
  • Downhole Obstructions
  • Difficulties in the Regulatory Environment


3 Million+

Number of abandoned oil and gas wells in the U.S., according to EPA


Number of abandoned wells ODNR believes are located in Ohio


Average property value lost for homes in close proximity to an abandoned well (in PA, according to EST)


Years of experience that Plants & Goodwin has in plug & abandonment

The Hosts

Luke Plants

Chief Operating Officer at Plants and Goodwin, Inc.

Steve Plants

President and Co-Owner at Plants and Goodwin, Inc.