H-4.2, r. 1 - Regulation respecting petroleum exploration, production and storage in a body of water

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SCHEDULE 1
CLASSIFICATION OF WELLS
The classification of wells must include, if applicable,
1. the fluids in the well;
2. its type;
3. its role;
4. its status;
5. its direction;
6. the abundance of fluids.
Fluids in the wellOil, gas, condensate, bitumen, CO2, H2S, water, brine, water vapour, non-combustible gas or other
Type of wellExploration, production or storage, based on the licence held by the drilling authorization holder
Role of the wellWell use
ProducingWell used to extract petroleum or brine from a pool
InjectingWell used to inject fluids in an underground formation to enhance petroleum recovery
CyclicalWell used for the production and injection, alternately, on a regular basis
Service - supplyWell used to collect the fluids necessary for the production or injection operations
Service - storageWell used for the injection and withdrawal of substances determined in the Regulation respecting petroleum exploration, production and storage licences, and the pipeline construction or use authorization (chapter H-4.1, r. 3)
Service – disposalWell used as permanent location to store discharges in a reservoir
Service - reliefWell used to intercept another well that is blowing out
ObservationWell used to monitor the conditions of a geological formation or other wells of a reservoir or to determine the decline characteristics of a reservoir
No role currentlyWell not fulfilling any role
OtherWell having another unidentified role
Status of the wellState of the well at a given point in time
Planned drillingWell for which a drilling authorization has been granted, but whose drilling work has not yet been deemed to have started
Activity underwayWell for which authorized work is underway
ProductionWell from which fluids are extracted
InjectionWell in which fluids are pumped
Temporary interruption
(shut‑in)
Well in which work is interrupted for a short period, between 2 activities or 2 operations
Temporary closureWell that has been temporarily closed
Permanent closureWell that has been permanently closed in accordance with the well or reservoir closure and site restoration plan
RestorationWell that has been permanently closed and whose work site has been restored to the satisfaction of the Minister in accordance with section 114 of the Act
CancellationWell whose drilling authorization is revoked or expired
OtherWell that has another unidentified status
Direction of the wellVertical, directional or horizontal
Abundance of fluidsPrimary, secondary, indication or trace
1251-2018O.C. 1251-2018, Sch. 1.
SCHEDULE 1
CLASSIFICATION OF WELLS
The classification of wells must include, if applicable,
1. the fluids in the well;
2. its type;
3. its role;
4. its status;
5. its direction;
6. the abundance of fluids.
Fluids in the wellOil, gas, condensate, bitumen, CO2, H2S, water, brine, water vapour, non-combustible gas or other
Type of wellExploration, production or storage, based on the licence held by the drilling authorization holder
Role of the wellWell use
ProducingWell used to extract petroleum or brine from a pool
InjectingWell used to inject fluids in an underground formation to enhance petroleum recovery
CyclicalWell used for the production and injection, alternately, on a regular basis
Service - supplyWell used to collect the fluids necessary for the production or injection operations
Service - storageWell used for the injection and withdrawal of substances determined in the Regulation respecting petroleum exploration, production and storage licences, and the pipeline construction or use authorization (chapter H-4.1, r. 3)
Service – disposalWell used as permanent location to store discharges in a reservoir
Service - reliefWell used to intercept another well that is blowing out
ObservationWell used to monitor the conditions of a geological formation or other wells of a reservoir or to determine the decline characteristics of a reservoir
No role currentlyWell not fulfilling any role
OtherWell having another unidentified role
Status of the wellState of the well at a given point in time
Planned drillingWell for which a drilling authorization has been granted, but whose drilling work has not yet been deemed to have started
Activity underwayWell for which authorized work is underway
ProductionWell from which fluids are extracted
InjectionWell in which fluids are pumped
Temporary interruption
(shut‑in)
Well in which work is interrupted for a short period, between 2 activities or 2 operations
Temporary closureWell that has been temporarily closed
Permanent closureWell that has been permanently closed in accordance with the well or reservoir closure and site restoration plan
RestorationWell that has been permanently closed and whose work site has been restored to the satisfaction of the Minister in accordance with section 114 of the Act
CancellationWell whose drilling authorization is revoked or expired
OtherWell that has another unidentified status
Direction of the wellVertical, directional or horizontal
Abundance of fluidsPrimary, secondary, indication or trace
1251-2018O.C. 1251-2018, Sch. 1.