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jaswell seal raised water level in well

nuckl9
Fri, 18 Aug 2017 02:03:06 GMT

hi, i have a really strange situation. I have a new well and initially pumping sand and debris and i was told it was overburden material, the well company looked at the well and said there was a fracture near steal casing and they installed a Jaswell seal. Eversince they installed the Jaswell seal, i noticed the water level was like 2 to 3 feet below the surface, before it was way deep under the surface at least like 20 feet down. And i could still hear water pouring underneath and they said there could be a second fracture. I did notice the overburden material was all gone and sand diminishing. But now i'm worried about the water level. Is it because because the fracture is near the jaswell seal and pressure is pushing it up and due to a 4 inch pvc instead of 6 inch steal casing? Should i have them push the jaswell seal down and shut off the second fracture then hydrofrac it if needed? And my second option is to extend the casing, but there's only so much you can extend. I really hope someone could help me out and appreciate you answering. thanks a million.

marytoups
Thu, 17 Oct 2019 09:23:11 GMT

You should take some help from the contractors.

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Wed, 11 Mar 2020 19:48:34 GMT

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