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Wells

Sump Locations [BCOGC-44389]

Locations of sump sites used for drilling waste disposal. All Operators in British Columbia are required to handle and dispose of drilling waste in accordance with the requirements of the Oil and Gas Waste Regulation and the Oil and Gas Handbook. The Waste Disposal application requires that each company maintain an inventory of sump/pit data. A pit is an earthen excavation for purposes of containing drilling waste. A sump is a grouping of one or more pits found at a geographic location.

Wells

Well Surface Hole Locations (Permitted) [BCOGC-44513]

Provides non-confidential information about the surface location of a well. The status view provides information on the current status of the surface hole.

Applications

Well and Facility Areas (Permitted) [BCOGC-44522]

Land authorizations for areas on which well or facility activities can occur. This dataset contains spatial data collected on or after October 30, 2006. The spatial data includes approved and post-construction land areas associated with well or facility activities.

Applications

Well and Facility Areas (Proposed) [BCOGC-44530]

Applications for land authorization on which well or facility activities can occur. This dataset contains polygon features for proposed applications collected through the BC Oil and Gas Commission's Application Management System (AMS).

Wells

Oil and Gas Fields [BCOGC-44593]

A pool, or group of pools, within a specified geographic area that contain oil or natural gas. Fields are not specific to producing geological formation(s). Fields are used for well naming purposes relative to the well site surface coordinates and the objective formation of the well.

Wells

Well Naming Index [BCOGC-44619]

Index of geographic names and associated areas which provide geographic references in the naming of wells where few pre-existing oil and gas fields have been designated. The areas in the well naming index are to be used for well naming only if the well is outside of any existing field boundary.

Wells

Pool Designation Areas [BCOGC-44631]

The gridded geographic area of specific pools respecting pool contours and gas and oil spacing areas within the DLS and NTS survey systems.

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.

Wells

Regional Fields [BCOGC-44808]

Geographic outline of large, unconventional natural gas accumulations that are specific to a geological formation. Regional fields cover an expansive area which is too large to provide a meaningful geographic reference and consequently are not to be used for well naming purposes.

Wells

Pool Contours [BCOGC-44827]

Net pay thickness mapping of oil and gas reservoir development within a specific pool.

Wells

Pool Breaklines [BCOGC-44837]

A breakline is a type of structural fault, pool contact, provincial/territorial boundary or other pool feature that influences the shape of the net pay contours. It may also be a corresponding gas cap or oil leg outline.

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