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Applications

Administrative Zones [BCOGC-44889]

The Oil and Gas Commission has broken application areas into a regional model structure encompassing areas of the Province. These geographic zones are used to accommodate application processing for oil and gas activities.

Liability Management

Liability Management Areas [BCOGC-44909]

The OGC Liability layer identifies the regional zones for application submission purposes.

Reservoir Engineering

Commingling Areas [BCOGC-44791]

Commingled production is the flow of fluids, originating from two or more pools, in an unsegregated manner to a well measurement meter. Production may be commingled down-hole in the well-bore or at the surface prior to metering. Commingling may occur at any point in the life of a well, from initial design to a re-completion late in the life of a well. Commingling is a method to maximize the total recoverable hydrocarbons from a well. Commingling provides an opportunity to produce zones that may be individually uneconomic to produce, either initially or after having declined to marginal rates. Commingling may also help to lift liquids to the surface that would otherwise hinder production.

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