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The Public Notice Process must be completed before some applications for oil and gas activities can be submitted to the Ministry of Energy and Resources.
When required, applicants must complete the Public Notice Process before submitting an application to the Ministry of Energy and Resources for the following activities:
An operator conducting Public Notice for an oil and gas application must have the rights or agreements in place to allow them to conduct operations on the wells they are including within their application.
Posting to the ministry's Public Notice Board and a mail notification are the minimum requirements. A company may also conduct any additional notification processes, town hall sessions, advertisements in local media, etc. as required.
In rare instances, during the review process of an application, the ministry may send an application to Public Notice. The applicant is notified if additional notice is being conducted by the Ministry. The ministry may also propose to make changes to pools, spacing areas etc. A Public Notice of these changes is issued in accordance with Directive PNG009.
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