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

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209. The test technical program must be signed and sealed by a geologist or an engineer and contain
(1)  the name and contact information of the holder and the licence number;
(2)  the name and number of the well;
(3)  the planned duration of the tests and an estimate of the realization costs;
(4)  the name and contact information of the geologist or engineer responsible for the tests;
(5)  a chronological and detailed description of the tests to be carried out;
(6)  the classification of the well determined according to Schedule 1;
(7)  the name and contact information of the enterprises charged with carrying out the tests;
(8)  the type and name of the vessel or platform used, its registration number, the name of its owner and the estimated number of persons on board;
(9)  the type of navigation equipment used and its specifications;
(10)  a description of the underground reservoir subject to the tests;
(11)  the geological, geophysical, petrophysical and hydrostatic information and the drilling results justifying the tests;
(12)  a description of the current condition of the wells;
(13)  at least 3 interpreted seismic profiles indicating the location in the subsurface of the underground reservoir subject to the tests and the well seismic cushioning; the Minister may exempt the holder if the holder demonstrates to the Minister the impossibility of carrying out the profiles considering the shallow depth of the reservoir;
(14)  the estimated capacity of the underground reservoir on the basis of a modelling;
(15)  the shut-in pressure of the underground reservoir recorded at the well subject to the tests;
(16)  the nature and properties of the substances stored or disposed of in the underground reservoir during the test period;
(17)  the injection method and the volume and pressure of the substances injected in the underground reservoir during the tests;
(18)  the methods planned for disposing of the substances withdrawn;
(19)  the list of licences, certificates and other authorizations to be obtained, if applicable;
(20)  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
(21)  any other information or document deemed necessary by the Minister.
1251-2018O.C. 1251-2018, s. 209.
In force: 2018-09-20
209. The test technical program must be signed and sealed by a geologist or an engineer and contain
(1)  the name and contact information of the holder and the licence number;
(2)  the name and number of the well;
(3)  the planned duration of the tests and an estimate of the realization costs;
(4)  the name and contact information of the geologist or engineer responsible for the tests;
(5)  a chronological and detailed description of the tests to be carried out;
(6)  the classification of the well determined according to Schedule 1;
(7)  the name and contact information of the enterprises charged with carrying out the tests;
(8)  the type and name of the vessel or platform used, its registration number, the name of its owner and the estimated number of persons on board;
(9)  the type of navigation equipment used and its specifications;
(10)  a description of the underground reservoir subject to the tests;
(11)  the geological, geophysical, petrophysical and hydrostatic information and the drilling results justifying the tests;
(12)  a description of the current condition of the wells;
(13)  at least 3 interpreted seismic profiles indicating the location in the subsurface of the underground reservoir subject to the tests and the well seismic cushioning; the Minister may exempt the holder if the holder demonstrates to the Minister the impossibility of carrying out the profiles considering the shallow depth of the reservoir;
(14)  the estimated capacity of the underground reservoir on the basis of a modelling;
(15)  the shut-in pressure of the underground reservoir recorded at the well subject to the tests;
(16)  the nature and properties of the substances stored or disposed of in the underground reservoir during the test period;
(17)  the injection method and the volume and pressure of the substances injected in the underground reservoir during the tests;
(18)  the methods planned for disposing of the substances withdrawn;
(19)  the list of licences, certificates and other authorizations to be obtained, if applicable;
(20)  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
(21)  any other information or document deemed necessary by the Minister.
1251-2018O.C. 1251-2018, s. 209.