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Volumetric Valuation and Infrastructure Reporting in Petrinex

The Saskatchewan Ministry of the Economy is undertaking consultations and seeking feedback from the oil and gas and pipeline industries on the content of the proposed directive changes. to Directive R01: Volumetric, Valuation and Infrastructure Reporting in Petrinex. These changes are related to the earlier proposed changes to The Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations, 2012 which were presented for industry consultation between June 23 and July 27, 2017. Those changes, known as The Oil and Gas Conservation (Miscellaneous) Amendment Regulations, 2017 are intended to be introduced for consideration by the Lieutenant Governor and Council in the fall of 2017. Changes to Directive R01 are intended to coincide with any accepted changes to The Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations, 2012.

Overview of Proposed Changes

The proposed changes fall into the following categories:
  • Insertion of specific regulations as a result of those regulations concurrent repeal from the Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations, 2017.
  • Directive name change from R01 to PNG032
  • Clarification of requirements and restructuring of subsections.
  • Miscellaneous additions/revisions/clarification/grammatical corrections.
Further details on the proposed changes are outlined in the:

Submitting Feedback

We welcome any feedback you may have on the proposed changes to Directive R01 and ask that you submit your comments no later than October 17, 2017. Feedback should be sent to:

Earline Mack
Geologist (G.I.T.), Information Management
Petroleum and Natural Gas Division
Saskatchewan Ministry of the Economy
1000, 2103 ‐ 11th Avenue (mail)
Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 3Z8
Email: Earline.Mack@gov.sk.ca
Phone: 306-787-3376

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