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

107. The authorization holder must draw up a daily report of the work and keep it on the activity site.
The daily report must contain all the elements applicable to the declared day including, in particular,
(1)  the number of the stratigraphic survey authorization;
(2)  the name of the drilling installation;
(3)  the number of persons on board the drilling installation;
(4)  a description, in chronological order, of the work carried out and the time required to complete each step of the work;
(5)  the name of the enterprises that carried out the work;
(6)  the measured depth reached during the day;
(7)  the composition of the drilling fluid and spacer fluid, and the volumes used;
(8)  the operating condition of the blowout prevention system;
(9)  a loss of circulation;
(10)  the components used to assemble the drill strings;
(11)  the specifications of the casing and its setting depth;
(12)  the weight applied to the bit and its penetration rate;
(13)  the measurements of the deviation of the stratigraphic survey path in dip, azimuth and depth;
(14)  traces of petroleum or water detected;
(15)  the type of pump used and its capacity;
(16)  the type of cement used, its density, its additives and their proportions, its setting time and the volume used;
(17)  the well logs carried out;
(18)  the observations and data related to the evaluation or characterization of the geological formation;
(19)  the fluid samples collected;
(20)  the results of the pressure and leak tests;
(21)  the volume and composition of the gas used, released, incinerated or burned at the flare;
(22)  the composition, concentration and detailed assessment of all the products identified in the technical program that are stored or used on the activity site;
(23)  the operational problems encountered and the corrective measures taken or planned;
(24)  the indication of any temporary work interruption and the procedure followed to secure the stratigraphic survey;
(25)  the indication of any event that disrupted the progress of the work;
(26)  the abnormal meteorological conditions that caused a work delay, in particular, due to
(a)  visibility;
(b)  temperature variation;
(c)  wind speed or direction;
(d)  the height, period and direction of the waves and swells;
(e)  the size, distance and direction of ice;
(f)  icing; and
(g)  rolling, pitch and vertical motion of the vessel or the drilling installation; and
(27)  any other information or document deemed necessary by the Minister.
O.C. 1251-2018, s. 107.
In force: 2018-09-20
107. The authorization holder must draw up a daily report of the work and keep it on the activity site.
The daily report must contain all the elements applicable to the declared day including, in particular,
(1)  the number of the stratigraphic survey authorization;
(2)  the name of the drilling installation;
(3)  the number of persons on board the drilling installation;
(4)  a description, in chronological order, of the work carried out and the time required to complete each step of the work;
(5)  the name of the enterprises that carried out the work;
(6)  the measured depth reached during the day;
(7)  the composition of the drilling fluid and spacer fluid, and the volumes used;
(8)  the operating condition of the blowout prevention system;
(9)  a loss of circulation;
(10)  the components used to assemble the drill strings;
(11)  the specifications of the casing and its setting depth;
(12)  the weight applied to the bit and its penetration rate;
(13)  the measurements of the deviation of the stratigraphic survey path in dip, azimuth and depth;
(14)  traces of petroleum or water detected;
(15)  the type of pump used and its capacity;
(16)  the type of cement used, its density, its additives and their proportions, its setting time and the volume used;
(17)  the well logs carried out;
(18)  the observations and data related to the evaluation or characterization of the geological formation;
(19)  the fluid samples collected;
(20)  the results of the pressure and leak tests;
(21)  the volume and composition of the gas used, released, incinerated or burned at the flare;
(22)  the composition, concentration and detailed assessment of all the products identified in the technical program that are stored or used on the activity site;
(23)  the operational problems encountered and the corrective measures taken or planned;
(24)  the indication of any temporary work interruption and the procedure followed to secure the stratigraphic survey;
(25)  the indication of any event that disrupted the progress of the work;
(26)  the abnormal meteorological conditions that caused a work delay, in particular, due to
(a)  visibility;
(b)  temperature variation;
(c)  wind speed or direction;
(d)  the height, period and direction of the waves and swells;
(e)  the size, distance and direction of ice;
(f)  icing; and
(g)  rolling, pitch and vertical motion of the vessel or the drilling installation; and
(27)  any other information or document deemed necessary by the Minister.
O.C. 1251-2018, s. 107.