6 CRR-NY 554.7NY-CRR

OFFICIAL COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
TITLE 6. DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
CHAPTER V. RESOURCE MANAGEMENT SERVICES
SUBCHAPTER B. MINERAL RESOURCES
PART 554. DRILLING PRACTICES AND REPORTS
6 CRR-NY 554.7
6 CRR-NY 554.7
554.7 Completion reports, well logs and samples.
(a) Within 30 days after the completion of any well, a completion report utilizing form OG10 shall be filed in triplicate by the owner or operator with the department summarizing thereon the completion details.
(b) Each copy of the completion report on form OG10 also shall be accompanied by a well log and such other information as the department may specifically require. The measurement datum for the well log and all other measurements in connection with the well shall be clearly specified. The well log also must show the elevation in feet of the measurement datum with respect to mean sea level.
(c) In the event a multiple completion has been effected in a well, each copy of the completion report on form OG10 also shall be accompanied by a diagrammatic sketch of the multiple completion installation and a written resume of the procedures and equipment employed in effecting the completion and testing to insure separation of the pools.
(d) The operator also may be required to provide up to two sets of bagged and labeled drill cutting samples upon request of the department. If these are to be required, the operator will be so advised at the time the permit on form OG9 is issued. The samples are to be washed unless the well is drilled with rotary tools using air or gas as to the drilling fluid.
(e) If so requested by the owner or operator, the information contained in the completion report and well log and the drill cutting samples shall be only for the confidential use of the department and the Geological Survey of the State Museum and Science Service of the New York State Department of Education until one year after the date of commencement of operations for the well so involved. Upon receipt of successive petitions from the owner or operator, and the demonstration of continued sufficient good cause, the confidential period may be extended for one or more additional periods of one year in length up to a maximum total confidential period of five years.
6 CRR-NY 554.7
Current through March 15, 2020
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