TERRA-PETRA OIL FIELD SERVICES
One-Stop Consulting & Management From Start To Finish
Terra-Petra’s oil field services offer our clients a one-stop shop for all their oil field needs. Our team will manage your project from start to finish, encompassing everything from initial consultation to the final report and submission of NFA (No Further Action) letter.
With the seemingly endless moving parts involved in successful oil field construction site plan review, oil well abandonment / re-abandonment, vent cone installation, consulting and more, it’s important to have an expert by your side every step of the way to manage the process and make sure your budget and schedule stay on track. With Terra-Petra’s hands-on expertise in ALL aspects of oil field management and consulting we stand out amongst other firms in the industry.
Terra-Petra can provide services for all your needs including:
- Oil well abandonment
- Oil well re-abandonment
- Abandonment and reclamation of any type of oil & gas facility
- Oil well abandonment oversight
- Oil well “leak / sniff” testing
- Oil well vent cone design and installation
- Orphaned oil line location and removal
- DOGGR oil well construction site plan review program
- DOGGR correspondence, compliance, permitting, and well abandonment programs
- Methane mitigation
- Surface preparation and earthwork
- Oil production equipment removal
- Production site decommissioning
- Site restoration
- Lease management and operational maintenance
Oil Field Construction
Site Plan Review
The History Of Oil Fields In Los Angeles
In the early 1900’s dense ‘forests’ of oil derricks covered the Los Angeles and Orange County CA basins from Downtown Los Angeles to West Los Angeles, Signal Hill, Long Beach, Huntington Beach and Yorba Linda–to name a few. There are still some signs of times gone by with operational oil wells here and there spotted in parking lots and back yards throughout the south land. These oil fields not only produced large volumes of oil, but with oil well drilling came a path to the earth’s surface for methane gas, hydrogen sulfide and other Volatile Organic Compounds.