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Find links to Saskatchewan oil and gas reports, including the Well Bulletin, the Daily Drilling Activity Report, the Facility Bulletin and the Facility Reports.
The Daily Drilling Activity Report provides a list of all rig activity for wells licensed in Saskatchewan.
The report includes:
The Daily Well Bulletin Report provides a list of all oil, gas, and potash wells licensed in Saskatchewan.
The Daily Well Bulletin includes:
The Facility Licence Inventory Report provides a list of the upstream oil and gas facilities licensed in Saskatchewan. The Facility Licence Inventory includes:
The inventory report is in Excel format and can be downloaded below. It is updated bi-weekly starting November 5, 2020.
Energy and Resources discontinued running the previous Facility Licence Bulletin on April 28, 2020. Archived copies of these reports can be found below:
Effective April 2, 2012, all existing facility codes with an active status were converted from the legacy system to PETRINEX (formerly known as the Petroleum Registry). The codes were essentially kept the same but were put in a new format and assigned a subtype for PETRINEX. Since the conversion, daily files are generated showing a cross reference between PETRINEX generated facility codes and legacy generated facility codes for all batteries (BT), injection facilities (IF) and water source batteries (WT).
Legacy to Registry Facility Codes
(Legacy Facility Number | Active From Date | Facility Number)
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