It isn't exactly easy, but the well information can be found here. I was able to find a well direction in the "area of review summary". Not sure if this helps. probably more information can be found on this site. What well pad are you looking at?
I poked around a bit on the Pa DEO site yesterday but could make no sense of it either. The one or two page end of well report filed with the state should have a basic record of the drilling, data collected, hole sizes, depths, casing run and cement used, and ultimately the final disposition of the well (abandoned, suspended, completed, etc. In my onshore drilling experience, the first two strings of casing are ran and cemented in vertical holes; The string above where the deviated section begins is also frequently vertical, but may be aligned somewhat with the intended direction of the lateral(s) to be drilled.
The cap that you saw bolted onto the wellhead is called a blind flange, which is a fancy hole cover. They're not always placed just on non-productive wells.
If all those wells just have a cap, they probably have yet to frack and complete them. that may take a couple more months and a lot more equipment on the pad. Then you'll see each completed well get a Christmas tree, or a multi-valved stand of pipes. they'll be multiple storage tanks and flair stacks installed also..You'll be amazed when all is said & done. And you wont have any doubts about it being producing. after that ,it'll be up to 6 months before anyone will see any royalties. Then just hope they don't they are honest about lease language.
carp - It's fairly common and economically sensible in the business to "batch drill" the surface and intermediate hole sections with a smaller rig before brining in the larger rid for the deeper section. The 10 caps would be removed and replaced with valves at some point to hopefully enable production.