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Notice to All Operators

NOTICE TO ALL OPERATORS: Oil Analysis Waiver Qualification

Future Changes to Oil and Gas Measurement Requirements and Implementation of EPAP in Saskatchewan
As part of finalizing the Saskatchewan EPAP program, which came into effect April 6, 2016, the Ministry of the Economy (ECON) has consulted with industry regarding the development of a Saskatchewan version of Alberta Directive 076: Operator Declaration Regarding Measurement and Reporting Requirements as well as an accompanying industry Guideline for implementing EPAP.

Initial Version of new Directive PNG017: Measurement Requirements for Oil and Gas Operations

NOTICE TO ALL OPERATORS: Change of Mailing Address

NOTICE TO ALL OPERATORS: Production Well Abandonments Inside Pools

NOTICE TO ALL OPERATORS: Electronic Flow Measurement for Gas and Liquid Systems

NOTICE TO ALL OPERATORS: Introduction of New Oil and Gas Well Levy

NOTICE TO ALL OPERATORS: Submission of Delinquent Oil and Gas Analysis Information and New Oil Analysis Requirements

New Saskatchewan Natural Gas Valuation Provisions
June 14, 2010 letter to Saskatchewan oil and gas operators and interested parties regarding significant changes to current administrative provisions related to natural gas valuation.

NOTICE TO ALL OPERATORS: Measurement and Reporting of Natural Gas Production from Oil Wells

This letter is a follow-up to the July 9, 2008 letter. At the request of some industry stakeholders, the ministry has agreed to extend the due date for implementation of the required changes for crude oil price and transportation charge reporting.

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: Notice of Regulatory and Operational Changes
February 7, 2008, letter to all Saskatchewan licensees regarding important Regulatory and Operational changes. 

Administrative Procedures Related to Associated Gas Royalties/Taxes
July 31, 2007, letter to Saskatchewan oil and gas operators and interested parties regarding changes to administrative procedures related to associated gas royalties/taxes

Reporting Changes for Recovered Crude Oil Facilities
November 1, 2005, letter to All Saskatchewan Operators, Special Operators and Interested Parties regarding reporting changes for recovered crude oil facilities.

New Fiscal Provisions for Enhanced Oil Recovery Projects
March 21, 2005, notice to all oil and gas operators regarding the new fiscal provisions for enhanced oil recovery (EOR) projects effective April 1, 2005.

Associated Gas Royalty/Tax Regime Implementation
June 10, 2004, notice to all oil and gas operators regarding forthcoming administrative procedures required for full implementation of the "fourth tier gas" royalty/tax regime for associated gas made effective on October 1, 2002.

Changes to Saskatchewan's Oil and Gas Royalty/Tax Regime and Corporation Capital Tax Surcharge for New Activity
This document summarizes the changes to Saskatchewan's Oil and Gas Royalty/Tax Regime, effective October 1, 2002.

Saskatchewan Petroleum Research Incentive
The Saskatchewan Petroleum Research Incentive is intended to encourage research, development and demonstration of new technologies that facilitate the expanded production of Saskatchewan's oil and natural gas resources.

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