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The Government of Saskatchewan governs the issuance of seismic exploration licences and explosive permits to conduct seismic exploration activities.
In order to conduct, or permit, seismic programs in Saskatchewan, a company requires a Licence to Conduct Seismic Exploration.
The fee formerly charged for a seismic licence is covered under the Administrative Levy.
Any person who handles, or supervises someone who handles, explosive material for use in seismic exploration requires an Explosive/Blaster Permit.
Complete the appropriate application form(s) and submit to the Ministry of Energy and Resources.
Submit with applicable fee(s) to:
Ministry of Energy and Resources
Petroleum and Natural Gas Division
1000 – 2103 – 11th Avenue
Regina, SK S4P 3Z8
Visit the Publications Centre for additional Seismic Activity Maps.
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