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RBDMS WellFinder Adds Kansas Data

The state of Kansas has joined 13 other oil and gas states whose well data is now featured in the RBDMS WellFinder app. The data, which is directly provided by the state of Kansas, will be updated monthly. 

There are over 175,000 oil and gas wells in Kansas. The app includes salt water disposal and enhanced oil recovery wells.

RBDMS WellFinder is a free mobile application available on iOS & Android.

WellFinder App Info & Demo
It allows users to explore oil and gas wells in multiple participating states across the nation. The App allows users to filter by well types, search wells by API and sort the wells by state and county. Once selected, users can access well level details, access available online state well data, and (if available for the selected well) access FracFocus data.

GWPC Free Webinar: Helpful Data & Research For Class II UIC Programs

Register Online Today!

Tuesday, April 27, 2021  |  11:30 AM - 1:00 PM (Central)

Webinar Overview

In this 90 minute webinar, you will hear from two Class II experts in different areas discuss helpful new data and research of interest to Class II UIC Programs. Pre-registration required. Certificates of attendance available to those who attend.


Moderated By: Tara Gross, GWPC Senior Geologist & Water Management Specialist



"Brackish Water Production Zones and Class II wells in Texas"
Leslie Savage | Chief Geologist | Railroad Commission of Texas, Oil & Gas Division

“An Example of a Collaborative Effort Between Government, Industry, and Academia to Address Injection-Induced Seismicity"
Ivan Wong | Senior Principal Seismologist | Lettis Consultants International

Class II UIC Discussion / Q & A 
More Information & Registration

National Groundwater Monitoring Network Offers Funding Webinar

The U.S. Geological Survey is issuing a second round of funding for the NGWMN Cooperative Agreements in FY 2021. The U.S. Geological Survey will award up to $700,000 in cooperative agreements to support participation in the National Ground-Water Monitoring Network (NGWMN) in this round of funding.

The Program Announcement for Round 2 funding consists of the same Objective and requirements as those for the first round of 2021 funding.

There is one remaining webinar scheduled on May 11 at 2 p.m. EST to answer questions about the program announcement. All applicants are strongly encouraged to attend a webinar. The sessions will be held in Teams meetings. You can access the session using the link below. If you do not have access to the microphone/speakers on your computer or will be traveling and just want to listen in, you can dial in at: +1 276-207-9056 and use Conference ID: 572 995 066#

Webinar Teams Link

For questions about the funding opportunity, please contact Daryll Pope at or (609) 462-7119 (cell).

Upcoming GWPC Events

2021 Annual Forum
September 26-29, 2021
Salt Lake City, Utah

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