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CORRIGAN CONSULTING, INC.

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CORRIGAN CONSULTING, INC.

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  1. 6 1 2 3 13 4,5 N 0 40 80 Approximate Scale: 1 inch = 40 feet Gate ` Moist area with grassy vegetation Pond 7 Tool House/ trailer Wood Pile/Trash Cattle pasture Drill piping on ground Well Head Workover steel tank with water and sediment 8 9-12 Drainage Ditch Cattle pasture Site Map with Photo Locations Former D&G Operating Company Evans Unit 05775 Lease Chambers County Winnie, Texas Legend Steel 55-gallon drum Plastic drum Fence Photo No. & Direction March 2005 Figure 8 1 CORRIGAN CONSULTING, INC.

  2. Photograph No. 1 – Former D & G Operating Company, Evans Unit Well #1 Site, Winnie, TX View of fenced area with on-site structures. Facing South (MSH 04/14/04) Photograph No. 2 – Former D & G Operating Company, Evans Unit Well #1, Winnie, TX View of fenced area with on-site structures. Facing Southwest (JW 10/07/04) CORRIGAN CONSULTING,INC.

  3. Photograph No. 3 – Former D & G Operating Company, Evans Unit Well #1, Winnie, TX View of tool trailer located within fenced area. Facing South (MSH 04/14/04) Photograph No. 4 – Former D & G Operating Company, Evans Unit Well #1, Winnie, TX View of an ARS technician collecting samples from inside tool house. Facing Southeast (JW 07/21/04) CORRIGAN CONSULTING,INC.

  4. Photograph No. 5 – Former D & G Operating Company, Evans Unit Well #1, Winnie, TX View of trash inside tool house. (JW 07/21/04) Photograph No. 6 – Former D & G Operating Company, Evans Unit Well #1, Winnie, TX View of plastic drum lying on its side, within fenced area. Contents unknown. Facing South (MSH 04/14/04) CORRIGAN CONSULTING,INC.

  5. Photograph No. 7 – Former D & G Operating Company, Evans Unit Well #1, Winnie, TX View of the close-up of wellhead structure and 55-gallon drums within fenced area. Facing South (MSH 04/14/04) Photograph No. 8 – Former D & G Operating Company, Evans Unit Well #1, Winnie, TX View of the steel workover tank in southwest portion of fenced area. Facing Northeast (MSH 04/14/04) CORRIGAN CONSULTING,INC.

  6. Photograph No. 9– Former D & G Operating Company, Evans Unit Well #1, Winnie, TX View of the steel workover tank inside fenced area. Note corrosion and leaking from tank. Facing Northeast (MSH 04/14/04) Photograph No. 10 – Former D & G Operating Company, Evans Unit Well #1, Winnie, TX View of corrosion and water leaking from workover tank. Facing North (MSH 04/14/04) CORRIGAN CONSULTING,INC.

  7. Photograph No. 11 – Former D & G Operating Company, Evans Unit Well #1, Winnie, TX View of expandable foam insulation used to stop leak from workover tank. Facing North (JW 09/08/04) Photograph No. 12 – Former D & G Operating Company, Evans Unit Well #1, Winnie, TX View of wooden cover constructed to prevent additional rainwater from overfilling workover tank. The wooden cover was later covered with a tarp. Facing North (JW 09/08/04) CORRIGAN CONSULTING,INC.

  8. Photograph No. 13 – Former D & G Operating Company, Evans Unit Well #1, Winnie, TX View of shallow drainage ditch (to left) running along southern boundary of fenced area. Facing West (MSH 04/14/04) CORRIGAN CONSULTING,INC.