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Applications

Geophysical Lines (Permitted) [BCOGC-44932]

Geophysical exploration is an oil and gas activity under the Oil and Gas Activities Act (OGAA) and is specifically defined in the Petroleum and Natural Gas Act (PNG) Act as investigation of the subsurface by seismic, gravimetric, magnetic, electric and geochemical operations and by any other method approved by the BC Oil and Gas Commission, but does not include the use of geophysical well logs, vertical seismic profile surveys or other surveys obtained from a well. This dataset contains line features for approved and final plan geophysical activity collected on or after October 30, 2006.

Geophysical

Geophysical Plans (1996-2004) [BCOGC-44942]

Geophysical programs study the physical characteristics and properties of subsurface formations relating to oil and gas deposits, derived artificially by explosives or other means to map subsurface structure. Final plan spatial data is included for applications received between 1996 and 2004. Final plans identify the locations cleared at the conclusion of all operations.

Geophysical

Geophysical Plans (2002-2006) [BCOGC-44952]

Geophysical programs study the physical characteristics and properties of subsurface formations relating to oil and gas deposits, derived artificially by explosives or other means to map subsurface structure. Final plan spatial data is included for applications received between 2002 and 2006. Final plans identify the locations cleared at the conclusion of all operations.

Applications

Geophysical Ancillary Points (Pre-2016) [BCOGC-44962]

Ancillary features include camp sites, decking sites, drill sites, helipads or staging areas. This dataset contains spatial data collected through the Oil and Gas Commission?s electronic Petroleum Application Submission System (ePASS) on or after October 30, 2006. All ancillary features for final plan geophysical applications with a status of approved are included.

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