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

190. The reconditioning technical program must contain
(1)  the name and contact information of the engineer responsible for the technical program;
(2)  the name, profession and functions of the persons who prepared or revised the program;
(3)  a chronological and detailed description of the work to be carried out;
(4)  the classification of the well determined according to Schedule 1;
(5)  the name and contact information of the enterprises charged with carrying out the work;
(6)  the type and name of the installation, its registration number, the name of its owner and the estimated number of persons on board;
(7)  the type of navigation equipment used and its specifications;
(8)  for every drilling, diving and accommodation installation, a compliance certificate issued by any of the following certification authorities:
(a)  the American Bureau of Shipping;
(b)  the Bureau Veritas;
(c)  DNV GL (Det Norske Veritas and Germanischer Lloyd);
(d)  Lloyd’s Register North America Inc.;
(9)  the design standards and a description of the immobilization system;
(10)  if applicable, the home port and the location of the land base for storing material and products necessary for the work;
(11)  the demonstration that the regional and local geology and the presence of adjacent wellbores have been taken into consideration;
(12)  the reasons justifying the reconditioning;
(13)  the purpose of the reconditioning;
(14)  a lateral section of the well indicating the technical elements;
(15)  the list of pressure and leak tests, and the list of other tests planned;
(16)  the list of well logs planned;
(17)  the type of service rig and equipment to be used and their specifications;
(18)  the intervals to be the subject of reconditioning;
(19)  a description of the fluids used;
(20)  the pressure at the closed wellhead and the shut-in pressure of the well;
(21)  the demonstration that the equipment, components and casings may withstand the different stresses to which they will be submitted, in particular, bursting, collapse and tension stresses;
(22)  if applicable, a cementing program including, in particular,
(a)  the type of cementing;
(b)  the cementing intervals;
(c)  the method for applying the cement;
(d)  the type of cement, its density, its additives and their proportions, its setting time, the flow and pressure used;
(e)  if applicable, the maximum pressure for injecting the cement; and
(f)  if applicable, the changes to the cement required due to specific physical and chemical conditions of the environment, or to give the cement specific properties;
(23)  a well integrity verification and follow-up program;
(24)  any specific condition that could affect the safety of the work on the well;
(25)  an evaluation of the impact of the proposed work on the optimal recovery of the resource;
(26)  the meteorological and hydrographic conditions anticipated for the work period;
(27)  if applicable, a description of the ice management activities;
(28)  the bathymetric map of the area;
(29)  the nature of the surface deposits and a description of the aquatic wildlife;
(30)  the anticipated burning activities, the reasons justifying them and an estimate of the volume of gas burned;
(31)  if applicable, the list of licences, certificates and other authorizations to be obtained;
(32)  the list of references used during the preparation of the technical program, in particular, the standards from recognized organizations and guidelines from other Canadian jurisdictions; and
(33)  any other information or document deemed necessary by the Minister.
Where work is planned in a temporarily closed well and the depth of the wellhead under the water makes it accessible, the technical program must also contain the annual inspection worksheet provided for in Schedule 2.
O.C. 1251-2018, s. 190.
In force: 2018-09-20
190. The reconditioning technical program must contain
(1)  the name and contact information of the engineer responsible for the technical program;
(2)  the name, profession and functions of the persons who prepared or revised the program;
(3)  a chronological and detailed description of the work to be carried out;
(4)  the classification of the well determined according to Schedule 1;
(5)  the name and contact information of the enterprises charged with carrying out the work;
(6)  the type and name of the installation, its registration number, the name of its owner and the estimated number of persons on board;
(7)  the type of navigation equipment used and its specifications;
(8)  for every drilling, diving and accommodation installation, a compliance certificate issued by any of the following certification authorities:
(a)  the American Bureau of Shipping;
(b)  the Bureau Veritas;
(c)  DNV GL (Det Norske Veritas and Germanischer Lloyd);
(d)  Lloyd’s Register North America Inc.;
(9)  the design standards and a description of the immobilization system;
(10)  if applicable, the home port and the location of the land base for storing material and products necessary for the work;
(11)  the demonstration that the regional and local geology and the presence of adjacent wellbores have been taken into consideration;
(12)  the reasons justifying the reconditioning;
(13)  the purpose of the reconditioning;
(14)  a lateral section of the well indicating the technical elements;
(15)  the list of pressure and leak tests, and the list of other tests planned;
(16)  the list of well logs planned;
(17)  the type of service rig and equipment to be used and their specifications;
(18)  the intervals to be the subject of reconditioning;
(19)  a description of the fluids used;
(20)  the pressure at the closed wellhead and the shut-in pressure of the well;
(21)  the demonstration that the equipment, components and casings may withstand the different stresses to which they will be submitted, in particular, bursting, collapse and tension stresses;
(22)  if applicable, a cementing program including, in particular,
(a)  the type of cementing;
(b)  the cementing intervals;
(c)  the method for applying the cement;
(d)  the type of cement, its density, its additives and their proportions, its setting time, the flow and pressure used;
(e)  if applicable, the maximum pressure for injecting the cement; and
(f)  if applicable, the changes to the cement required due to specific physical and chemical conditions of the environment, or to give the cement specific properties;
(23)  a well integrity verification and follow-up program;
(24)  any specific condition that could affect the safety of the work on the well;
(25)  an evaluation of the impact of the proposed work on the optimal recovery of the resource;
(26)  the meteorological and hydrographic conditions anticipated for the work period;
(27)  if applicable, a description of the ice management activities;
(28)  the bathymetric map of the area;
(29)  the nature of the surface deposits and a description of the aquatic wildlife;
(30)  the anticipated burning activities, the reasons justifying them and an estimate of the volume of gas burned;
(31)  if applicable, the list of licences, certificates and other authorizations to be obtained;
(32)  the list of references used during the preparation of the technical program, in particular, the standards from recognized organizations and guidelines from other Canadian jurisdictions; and
(33)  any other information or document deemed necessary by the Minister.
Where work is planned in a temporarily closed well and the depth of the wellhead under the water makes it accessible, the technical program must also contain the annual inspection worksheet provided for in Schedule 2.
O.C. 1251-2018, s. 190.