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Apply to drill an upstream oil and gas well, or a potash well, in Saskatchewan.
Apply for a horizontal well licence in Saskatchewan online.
Learn more about disposal wells in Saskatchewan and how to apply to dispose fluids into subsurface pools through disposal wells for purposes other than enhanced recovery or storage.
Learn about implementing, modifying or expanding an enhanced oil recovery or waterflood project.
Use this regulatory avenue to resolve oil and gas pooling issues in a drainage unit.
Apply to implement, modify, or expand a storage project related to hydrocarbon underground storage, salt cavern waste disposal, geothermal production and CO2 storage (non-EOR).
Directive PNG017 consolidates, clarifies, and updates the Regulatory requirements with respect to measurement points used for accounting and reporting purposes, as well as those measurement points required for upstream petroleum facilities and some downstream pipeline operations under existing regulations.
Disclosing off-target wells to the Ministry of Energy and Resources.
Learn more about oil and gas production in Saskatchewan.
Request a non-productivity review from Saskatchewan's Ministry of Energy and Resources for leases with wells that haven't reported production for three consecutive years.
Apply for authorization to amend well logging requirements.
Apply to modify the drainage unit/area or setback distance of oil or gas wells.
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