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The BC Oil & Gas Commission offers access to a variety of online reports.

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Reservoir Engineering

Complete FracFocus Data [BCOGC-2643]

Disclosure of composition of hydraulic fracture fluid compositions for wells, listed by fracture date.

Reservoir Engineering

Hydrocarbon Liquid Analysis [BCOGC-2801]

Hydrocarbon liquid analysis (condensate & pentane plus) sampled from wells

Reservoir Engineering

BC Total Production [BCOGC-41143]

Provides a summary of production products from BC wells with an option to filter for time period, area and/or formation

Reservoir Engineering

Inactive Wells [BCOGC-41780]

This report identifies inactive wells. Inactive wells are defined as follows:
1) Special Sour Wells where 6 months has elapsed since the date of the last activity.
2) Non Special Sour Wells where 1 year has elapsed since the date of the last activity.
3) Observation Wells where 3 years has elapsed since the date of the last pressure survey test.

Reservoir Engineering

Disposal Well Dashboard [BCOGC-90772]

This tool combines operational data and approval information into plots and data tables for wells approved and operating for disposal of produced water and nonhazardous waste. Additionally, the Dashboard utilizes this data to estimate and display the remaining volume and date of disposal capacity fill-up. The Dashboard also allows for the export of disposal well approval information in csv/Excel format.

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