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Complete regularly performed oil and gas business activities and regulatory tasks with the province online.
Find out about annulus test requirements for oil and gas injection and disposal wells in Saskatchewan.
Apply to get authorization to repair an oil and gas well.
Apply to the Ministry of Energy and Resources to construct and operate an upstream oil and gas facility in the province.
The Government of Saskatchewan governs the issuance of seismic exploration licences and explosive permits to conduct seismic exploration activities.
Apply to license a gas processing plant.
Apply for amendment authorization to amend obligations (extension, waiver, addition or deletion)
Apply for authorization to reclassify or recomplete a well in Saskatchewan.
Apply for authorization to transfer a well, facility, pipeline or flowline licence to another person or company.
The Field Offices are responsible for delivering programs and enforcing the requirements specified under The Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations at the field level.
Find information on topics related to Saskatchewan oil and gas drilling and operations.
Read about the process of public notification of oil and gas activities.
Apply for authorization to abandon a well, perform a downhole abandonment, or cut and cap a well.
The Government of Saskatchewan governs the licensing process of transmission pipelines that are entirely located within the province.
The GeoPlanner tool is a web-enabled geo-spatial planning and decision tool that identifies base, site sensitive features from multiple ministries and agencies data, to assist with pre-planning and development of oil and gas wells, pipelines and facilities.
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