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Well and Facility Bulletins, Data Files, and Drilling Activity Report

Find links to Saskatchewan oil and gas reports, including the Well Bulletin, the Daily Drilling Activity Report, the Facility Bulletin and the Facility Reports.

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1. Daily Drilling Activity Report

The Daily Drilling Activity Report provides a list of all rig activity for wells licensed in Saskatchewan.

The report includes:

  • Canadian Well Identifier (CWI)
  • Spud date
  • Completed date
  • First production date
  • Last Production date
  • Rig release date
  • Drilling contractor
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2. Daily Well Bulletins

The Daily Well Bulletin Report provides a list of all oil, gas, and potash wells licensed in Saskatchewan.

  • Today's Daily Well Bulletin:  The Bulletin is generated and published between 5:00 p.m. (same day) and 8:00 a.m. (next day) CST.
  • Archived Daily Well Bulletins
  • Well licences may be viewed online by Business Associates (BAs) on the Integrated Resource Information System (IRIS).
  • Licence conditions and obligations are often updated. It is the licensee's responsibility to check for subsequent amendments to conditions and obligations in the Daily Well Bulletin.

The Daily Well Bulletin includes:

  • Newly issued well licences (includes re-entry licences)
  • Amendments to existing licences (includes new wellbores, new well completions, and changes to UWI, BA licensee and licence status (include cancellations), etc.)
  • Licence Status
    • Issued, Suspended, Cancelled
  • Status Date
  • Issued Date
  • Cancelled Date
  • Licence Number
  • Licensee Address
  • Trajectory
    • Horizontal, Directional, Vertical, Slant
  • Re-entry Indicator
  • Field Office
  • Surface Boundary Coordinates
  • Surface Land Description
  • Ground Elevation
  • Lahee Class
  • Canadian Well Identifier (CWI)
  • Rural Municipality
  • Wellbore/Well Completion
  • Wellbore
  • Well Completion
  • Wellbore/Well Completion UWI
  • Wellbore/Well Completion CWI
  • True Vertical Depth
  • Well Completion Type
  • Injection/Disposal
  • Oil Production
  • Well Completion Code
  • Target Pool Name
  • Target Pool Code
  • Bottom Hole Boundary Coordinates
  • Bottom Hole Land Description
  • Bottoming Stratigraphic Unit Code
  • Measured Depth
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3. Facility Bulletin

The Daily Facility Bulletin provides a list of the upstream oil and gas facilities licensed in Saskatchewan.

The Daily Facility Bulletin includes:

  • Facility Owner Name and Address
  • Facility Licence #
  • Status and type of facility
  • Location of the facility
  • Associated Rural Municipality
  • Ministry Field Office area associated with the facility
  • Special Conditions on the facility licence
  • Amendments to a Facility Licence
  • Transferred facility licences
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4. Facility Reports

Effective April 2, 2012, the Ministry of the Economy converted all existing facility codes with an active status from the legacy system to PETRINEX (formerly known as the Petroleum Registry). The codes were essentially kept the same but were put in a new format and assigned a subtype for PETRINEX. Since the conversion, daily files are generated showing a cross reference between PETRINEX generated facility codes and ECON legacy generated facility codes for all batteries (BT), injection facilities (IF) and water source batteries (WT).

Daily cross-reference files:

Legacy to Registry Facility Codes
(Legacy Facility Number | Active From Date | Facility Number)

Facility Reports

  • New & Active Facility Report (pdf, csv)
    This report contains all Saskatchewan facilities whose operational status is new or active.

  • Suspended Facility Report (pdf, csv)
    This report contains all Saskatchewan facilities whose operational status is set to suspended.

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