010059282 March 17, 24
Horizontal Natural Gas Well Work Permit
Application Notice By Publication

Notice is hereby given:
Pursuant to West Virginia Code 22-6A-10(e) prior to filing an application for a permit for a horizontal well the applicant shall publish in the county in which the well is located or is proposed to be located a Class II legal advertisement.

Paper: The Dominion Post
Public Notice Date: March 17; March 24, 2015

The following applicant intends to apply for a horizontal natural well work permit which disturbs three acres or more of surface excluding pipelines, gathering lines and roads or utilizes more than two hundred ten thousand gallons of water in any thirty day period.

Applicant: CNX Gas Company LLC Well Number: WTN2GHS

Address: 200 Evergreene Drive, Waynesburg PA 15370

Business Conducted: Natural gas production.

State: West Virginia County: Monongalia
District: Battelle Quadrangle: Wadestown
UTM, Coordinate NAD83 Northing: 4395216.30
UTM coordinate NAD83 Fasting: 559720.86
Watershed: Dunkard Creek

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Reviewing Applications:
Copies of the proposed permit application may be reviewed at the WV Department of Environmental Protection headquarters, located. at 601 57th Street, SE Charleston, WV 25304 (304-926-0450). Full copies or scans of the proposed permit application will cost $15, whether mailed or obtained at DEP headquarters. Copies may be requested by calling the office or by sending an email to [email protected].

Submitting Comments:
Comments may be submitted online https://apps.dep.wv/oog/comments/comments.cfm, or by letter to Permit Review, Office of Oil and Gas, 601 57th Street, SE Charleston, WV 25304. Please reference the county, well number, and operator when using this option.

Regardless of format for comment submissions, they must be received no later than thirty days after the permit application is received by the Office of Oil and Gas.

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