An Overview of Ohio’s Orphan Well Program

The Orphan Well Program in the ODNR Division of Oil and Gas Resources Management was established in 1977 to plug abandoned oil and natural gas wells. Ohio’s program is recognized as one of the most well-funded and organized in the nation. Learn more about the process to plug an orphan well from the people who do the work on behalf of Ohioans each and every day.




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