Event Registration

Register here for Capping Abandoned Oil and Gas Wells in Montana, a Zoom presentation with Curtis Shuck at 7:00 pm on Thursday, November 4th 2021.

The Well Done Foundation is fighting climate change by plugging “orphaned” and abandoned oil and gas wells, which are a significant source of methane emissions. The US has about 2.15 million unplugged and abandoned wells (EPA data). The Well Done Foundation works with local citizens, governments, corporations, and other groups to locate abandoned wells, quantify their emissions, permanently cap those wells, and rehabilitate the surrounding land. To date, the Foundation has capped ten wells in Northern Montana and created a scalable model to continue this process.

Curtis Shuck is a life-long oil and gas worker who saw a need for the Foundation’s work. He has had leadership roles in both public and private sector industry work, and is familiar with the extent of the abandoned well problem.

To register fill in the form below and a Zoom link will be emailed to you.