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Conservation Wells Plugged
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection
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The plugged conservation well layer identifies the permitted surface location of oil and gas conservation wells that have been plugged. A conservation well is any well which penetrates the Onondaga horizon, or in those areas in which the Onondaga horizon is nearer to the surface than thirty-eight hundred feet, any well which exceeds a depth of thirty-eight hundred feet beneath the surface.