### H-4.2, r. 3 - Regulation respecting petroleum exploration, production and storage licences, and the pipeline construction or use authorization

72. The annual report provided for in section 64 of the Act must include, in particular,
(1)  the name and contact information of the holder and the licence number;
(2)  a summary of
(a)  the activities in the wells and installations in the territory covered by the licence;
(b)  production operations; and
(c)  the activities of the monitoring committee;
(3)  a description of the equipment and installations used on the surface and in the wells;
(4)  a technical analysis concerning the production characteristics and the annual monitoring data of those characteristics that includes, in particular,
(a)  the results of verifications and checks carried out on the equipment and wells;
(b)  the flow, type of substance and volume of the fluids and petroleum produced from or injected into the wells;
(c)  the results of production tests, pressure surveys and analyses of fluids and petroleum;
(d)  a description of petroleum refining processes on the production site;
(e)  a copy of production loggings recorded before ceasing operation of a producing well, where applicable; and
(f)  the results of other tests, measurements and well logs carried out;
(5)  a description of the transactional meters for measuring for invoicing purposes and their specifications and a map locating them;
(6)  the date of the last calibration of the transactional meters for measuring for invoicing purposes;
(7)  the results of the shut-in pressure measurements, which must be carried out at least once a year for each well in production during the year;
(8)  the nature and volume of petroleum produced daily per well and the monthly and yearly accumulation of that volume;
(9)  the annual volume of each type of petroleum produced by all the wells in the territory subject to the licence;
(10)  historical production data for each producing well, in the form of a curve indicating the monthly flow and the declining pressure;
(11)  the annual production revenues for each type of petroleum, including the sale price, the volume sold and the person involved in the transaction;
(12)  the total monthly amount of the royalties for the petroleum produced during the year concerned;
(13)  the result of the annual re-evaluation of the petroleum reserves and contingent resources prepared in accordance with the Canadian Oil and Gas Evaluation Handbook (COGEH) by an independent qualified reserves evaluator; and
(14)  the annual review of the economic evaluation of the project submitted to the Régie de l’énergie.
Any supporting reference document must be sent with the annual report.
O.C. 1253-2018, s. 72.
In force: 2018-09-20
72. The annual report provided for in section 64 of the Act must include, in particular,
(1)  the name and contact information of the holder and the licence number;
(2)  a summary of
(a)  the activities in the wells and installations in the territory covered by the licence;
(b)  production operations; and
(c)  the activities of the monitoring committee;
(3)  a description of the equipment and installations used on the surface and in the wells;
(4)  a technical analysis concerning the production characteristics and the annual monitoring data of those characteristics that includes, in particular,
(a)  the results of verifications and checks carried out on the equipment and wells;
(b)  the flow, type of substance and volume of the fluids and petroleum produced from or injected into the wells;
(c)  the results of production tests, pressure surveys and analyses of fluids and petroleum;
(d)  a description of petroleum refining processes on the production site;
(e)  a copy of production loggings recorded before ceasing operation of a producing well, where applicable; and
(f)  the results of other tests, measurements and well logs carried out;
(5)  a description of the transactional meters for measuring for invoicing purposes and their specifications and a map locating them;
(6)  the date of the last calibration of the transactional meters for measuring for invoicing purposes;
(7)  the results of the shut-in pressure measurements, which must be carried out at least once a year for each well in production during the year;
(8)  the nature and volume of petroleum produced daily per well and the monthly and yearly accumulation of that volume;
(9)  the annual volume of each type of petroleum produced by all the wells in the territory subject to the licence;
(10)  historical production data for each producing well, in the form of a curve indicating the monthly flow and the declining pressure;
(11)  the annual production revenues for each type of petroleum, including the sale price, the volume sold and the person involved in the transaction;
(12)  the total monthly amount of the royalties for the petroleum produced during the year concerned;
(13)  the result of the annual re-evaluation of the petroleum reserves and contingent resources prepared in accordance with the Canadian Oil and Gas Evaluation Handbook (COGEH) by an independent qualified reserves evaluator; and
(14)  the annual review of the economic evaluation of the project submitted to the Régie de l’énergie.
Any supporting reference document must be sent with the annual report.
O.C. 1253-2018, s. 72.