Updates to Pennsylvania Oil and Gas Wells Database
Pennsylvania Ag Connection - 05/16/2019
The Pennsylvania Geological Survey manages the Exploration and Development Well Information Network (EDWIN) to provide users access to the state's 180,000-plus oil and gas wells of record.
EDWIN includes both scanned oil and gas well documents and associated digital and interpreted data through a single, web-based application.
The network was recently upgraded to include a new subscription module making it simpler to keep track of recurring annual subscriptions; and adding an alternate online payment method for customers to gain quicker access to the network instead of mailing in
a physical check.
This GO-TIME project has a net savings of $7,000 per year, plus an additional $26,000 in staff productivity savings.
GO-TIME is an effort to modernize government operations to reduce costs and deliver better and faster services.
EDWIN is accessible free of charge by visiting either of the Bureau of Geological Survey's offices (Pittsburgh or Middletown) during normal business hours. EDWIN also is available as a subscription service for those desiring the convenience of 24/7 remote
access to Pennsylvania's oil and gas well information. Additional information is available at the DCNR website at https://bit.ly/2Q4xOvD.