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Apply for authorization:
Regulations to reclassify or recomplete a well in Saskatchewan after a well is initially completed can be found in The Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations, 2012.
For more information see Guideline PNG024: Reclassification and Recompletion.
Also see the following Directives and Guidelines for additional regulatory requirements for your reclassification or recompletion authorization application:
There are two methods for applying for a reclassification or recompletion authorization:
NOTE: If an application is to both reclassify and recomplete the well, either application type can be selected to submit the application.
NOTE: If a reservoir application is submitted, the reclassification/recompletion detail is to be attached if required (if existing wells are to be reclassed or recompleted as part of that reservoir application) and a separate reclassification/recompletion form is not required.
The applicant will be notified through IRIS whether the application for authorization is approved or denied.
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