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

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161. The authorization holder must send to the Minister, within the period provided for in section 100 of the Act, starting from the rig release, an end of activities report signed by an engineer including, in particular,
(1)  the drilling authorization number;
(2)  the name and contact information of the licence holder;
(3)  the type and name of the drilling installation, its registration number and the name of its owner;
(4)  the type of navigation equipment used;
(5)  the name and contact information of the enterprises that carried out the work;
(6)  the coordinates of the well casing head on a plan provided by a land surveyor according to the NAD83 map reference system;
(7)  the measurements of the deviation of the well path in dip, azimuth and depth, and the final coordinates of the bottom of the hole;
(8)  the start and end dates of the work;
(9)  the summary of the work carried out in chronological order;
(10)  a summary of the abnormal meteorological conditions that caused the delay and the corrective measures taken;
(11)  a report on the cementing operations for each of the casing strings, containing, in particular,
(a)  the name and contact information of the enterprise that carried out the cementing work;
(b)  the type of cementing unit used and the method for applying the cement;
(c)  the type of cement used, its density, its additives and their proportions, its setting time and the volume used;
(d)  the cemented interval;
(e)  the composition and volume of the spacer fluid and the separating fluid used;
(f)  the circulation pressures;
(g)  the maximum pressure reached during cementing;
(h)  an indication that the casing check valve is functional or, if not, the propping pressure applied and the duration; and
(i)  a description of the cement return, the quantity and the retreat; if no return is observed, a description of the corrective actions taken;
(12)  the analysis results and the analysis certificates of the samples and fluid samples collected;
(13)  the well logs, in particular those interpreted, scaled in true vertical depth, and the corrections made;
(14)  the demonstration that the centralization of the casings complies with the Industry Recommended Practice, IRP: #25, Primary Cementing, published by the Drilling and Completions Committee;
(15)  the measured temperature and pressure to the final depth of the well;
(16)  the data, recordings, results of the drill-stem tests, pressure and leak tests and other tests and their interpretation;
(17)  a geological description of the cuttings and drill cores, and a geotechnical description of the drill cores;
(18)  a comparative analysis of the work carried out compared with that provided for in the technical program and the results obtained compared with those anticipated;
(19)  the elements and practices that the holder intends to adopt and the parameters the holder intends to adjust from a standpoint of continued improvement for the holder’s future drilling work, determined in compliance with the Industry Recommended Practice, IRP: #25, Primary Cementing, published by the Drilling and Completions Committee;
(20)  the list of the drill bits used, their type and the number of metres drilled by each of them;
(21)  a technical description of the condition of the well after the drilling;
(22)  the classification of the well determined according to Schedule 1;
(23)  a lateral section of the well, according to the measured depth and the true vertical depth, signed and sealed by an engineer, indicating, in particular,
(a)  intersected groups, geological formations, lithological contacts and faults;
(b)  zones of abnormal pressure;
(c)  the diameter of the well and the diameters of each of the casings;
(d)  the location of each of the casings;
(e)  if applicable, the depth interval of the open-hole well; and
(f)  the other equipment installed or dropped in the well and not recovered;
(24)  the daily tour sheets;
(25)  if laboratory testing has been done on the cement after the granting of the authorization, the properties of the cement determined in the laboratory;
(26)  the technical reports prepared by the enterprises that carried out the work;
(27)  the type of play encountered and a comparison with a similar play; and
(28)  photographs of the entire site after the drilling work.
1251-2018O.C. 1251-2018, s. 161.
In force: 2018-09-20
161. The authorization holder must send to the Minister, within the period provided for in section 100 of the Act, starting from the rig release, an end of activities report signed by an engineer including, in particular,
(1)  the drilling authorization number;
(2)  the name and contact information of the licence holder;
(3)  the type and name of the drilling installation, its registration number and the name of its owner;
(4)  the type of navigation equipment used;
(5)  the name and contact information of the enterprises that carried out the work;
(6)  the coordinates of the well casing head on a plan provided by a land surveyor according to the NAD83 map reference system;
(7)  the measurements of the deviation of the well path in dip, azimuth and depth, and the final coordinates of the bottom of the hole;
(8)  the start and end dates of the work;
(9)  the summary of the work carried out in chronological order;
(10)  a summary of the abnormal meteorological conditions that caused the delay and the corrective measures taken;
(11)  a report on the cementing operations for each of the casing strings, containing, in particular,
(a)  the name and contact information of the enterprise that carried out the cementing work;
(b)  the type of cementing unit used and the method for applying the cement;
(c)  the type of cement used, its density, its additives and their proportions, its setting time and the volume used;
(d)  the cemented interval;
(e)  the composition and volume of the spacer fluid and the separating fluid used;
(f)  the circulation pressures;
(g)  the maximum pressure reached during cementing;
(h)  an indication that the casing check valve is functional or, if not, the propping pressure applied and the duration; and
(i)  a description of the cement return, the quantity and the retreat; if no return is observed, a description of the corrective actions taken;
(12)  the analysis results and the analysis certificates of the samples and fluid samples collected;
(13)  the well logs, in particular those interpreted, scaled in true vertical depth, and the corrections made;
(14)  the demonstration that the centralization of the casings complies with the Industry Recommended Practice, IRP: #25, Primary Cementing, published by the Drilling and Completions Committee;
(15)  the measured temperature and pressure to the final depth of the well;
(16)  the data, recordings, results of the drill-stem tests, pressure and leak tests and other tests and their interpretation;
(17)  a geological description of the cuttings and drill cores, and a geotechnical description of the drill cores;
(18)  a comparative analysis of the work carried out compared with that provided for in the technical program and the results obtained compared with those anticipated;
(19)  the elements and practices that the holder intends to adopt and the parameters the holder intends to adjust from a standpoint of continued improvement for the holder’s future drilling work, determined in compliance with the Industry Recommended Practice, IRP: #25, Primary Cementing, published by the Drilling and Completions Committee;
(20)  the list of the drill bits used, their type and the number of metres drilled by each of them;
(21)  a technical description of the condition of the well after the drilling;
(22)  the classification of the well determined according to Schedule 1;
(23)  a lateral section of the well, according to the measured depth and the true vertical depth, signed and sealed by an engineer, indicating, in particular,
(a)  intersected groups, geological formations, lithological contacts and faults;
(b)  zones of abnormal pressure;
(c)  the diameter of the well and the diameters of each of the casings;
(d)  the location of each of the casings;
(e)  if applicable, the depth interval of the open-hole well; and
(f)  the other equipment installed or dropped in the well and not recovered;
(24)  the daily tour sheets;
(25)  if laboratory testing has been done on the cement after the granting of the authorization, the properties of the cement determined in the laboratory;
(26)  the technical reports prepared by the enterprises that carried out the work;
(27)  the type of play encountered and a comparison with a similar play; and
(28)  photographs of the entire site after the drilling work.
1251-2018O.C. 1251-2018, s. 161.