I visited Treaty's Belize wellsites and equipment storage area yesterday - on the way to go scuba diving in Placencia. San Juan 3
has been plugged and abandoned. Evidence of recent cementing activity can be seen at the site. Site has been rehabilitated. Well has been capped with no valve / open valve. location N 16 33.843' W 088 31.131'. San Juan 2
may or may not have been plugged and abandoned as there was no evidence of any recent at the site. The well has been capped with two closed locked valves. location N 16 31.854' W 088 30.230'.
Sign for San Juan 1 & 2 Wellsite is lying beside access road to San Juan 2 wellsite. San Juan 1
appears to have been plugged and abandoned, but there was no evidence of any recent at the site. Road access to site has been cut off (due to need for drainage culvert to operate in the wet season). Well has been capped with no valves. Pressure gauge on top cap is broken. location N 16 31.889' W 088 30.688'.
Treaty drilling equipment was located stored in rear lot of Escalate's Service Station. location N 16 31.902' W 088 25.793'.
More detail of the equipment stored at Escalante's.
Escalante's service station is on the road into Independence.
All photos were taken between 7:08 and 7:50am on Friday March 21st 2014. Location coordinates are reference to NAD27 Central.
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