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Oil and Gas Development Leasing
Who can apply
Anyone with an Integrated Resource Information System (IRIS) account and the appropriate permissions assigned by a Security Administrator to submit a well licence application. IRIS is an online business system that supports the development and regulation of Saskatchewan's energy and resources industry.
Oil and gas clients apply for a lease at the time they apply for a well licence in IRIS.
How to apply
Log in to IRIS and complete the well licence application process.
The lease application will be submitted to the Ministry of Agriculture by answering "Yes" to the Disclosure Question D63 "Is the well site/access road(s) on Provincial Crown Agriculture Land?"
Applications for a lease on Provincial Crown Agricultural Land must be accompanied by a letter of consent from the existing agricultural lessee. In addition, a survey plan showing the boundaries and the project plan are required; both plans are part of the standard package required for the well licence application.