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

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203. 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 reconditioning authorization number;
(2)  the name of the drilling installation;
(3)  the number of persons on board;
(4)  the elevation of the reference level and its identification;
(5)  a description, in chronological order, of the work carried out and the time required for carrying out each step;
(6)  the name of the enterprises carrying out the reconditioning;
(7)  a summary of the meteorological conditions;
(8)  the result of the pressure and leak tests, including their duration and the initial and final test pressures;
(9)  the result of any other test carried out;
(10)  the operating condition of the blowout prevention system;
(11)  the well logs carried out;
(12)  the type of packers installed and the installation depths;
(13)  the volume, composition and concentration of the reconditioning fluids;
(14)  the volume and composition of the gas used, released, incinerated or burned at the flare;
(15)  the operational problems encountered and the corrective measures taken or planned;
(16)  the indication of any event that disrupted the progress of the work;
(17)  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 platform;
(18)  the indication of any temporary interruption of the reconditioning and the procedure followed to secure the well; and
(19)  any other information or document deemed necessary by the Minister.
1251-2018O.C. 1251-2018, s. 203.
In force: 2018-09-20
203. 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 reconditioning authorization number;
(2)  the name of the drilling installation;
(3)  the number of persons on board;
(4)  the elevation of the reference level and its identification;
(5)  a description, in chronological order, of the work carried out and the time required for carrying out each step;
(6)  the name of the enterprises carrying out the reconditioning;
(7)  a summary of the meteorological conditions;
(8)  the result of the pressure and leak tests, including their duration and the initial and final test pressures;
(9)  the result of any other test carried out;
(10)  the operating condition of the blowout prevention system;
(11)  the well logs carried out;
(12)  the type of packers installed and the installation depths;
(13)  the volume, composition and concentration of the reconditioning fluids;
(14)  the volume and composition of the gas used, released, incinerated or burned at the flare;
(15)  the operational problems encountered and the corrective measures taken or planned;
(16)  the indication of any event that disrupted the progress of the work;
(17)  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 platform;
(18)  the indication of any temporary interruption of the reconditioning and the procedure followed to secure the well; and
(19)  any other information or document deemed necessary by the Minister.
1251-2018O.C. 1251-2018, s. 203.