CRITERIA FOR APPLICANT/PROTESTANT EXHIBITS

ALL EXHIBITS SUBMITTED MUST HAVE A TITLE BLOCK WITH THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:

Exhibit Number

Scale Used

Applicant Name

Exhibit Author Name

Cause Number and Docket Number

Type of Exhibit

County Name/Field Name

 

A. Location Map

  1. Affected lands/proposed location
  2. Drilling Window(s)
  3. Dimensions of well location outside the window (if exception location)
  4. Drainage radius for offsetting wells
  5. Distance between proposed well and other wells
  6. Producing formations
  7. Cross-sections delineated
  8. Seismic shot lines/seismic data
  9. Dates and volumes of initial production
  10. Outline of spaced area(s) and field name

 

B. Land Map

  1. Mineral ownership
  2. Leasehold ownership
  3. Affected lands
  4. Proposed location with distances to lease lines
  5. Drilling window
  6. Distance of proposed location from offsetting spacing units
  7. Outline of spaced area(s) and field name

 

C. Topographic Map (7.5í scale)

  1. Affected lands/proposed location
  2. Drilling window
  3. Access road(s)
  4. Man-made features

 

D. Log with accepted markers and formations, structural datum, operator name, well location, well name and well status (indicate type of log used)

 

E. Structure Map 

  1. Affected lands
  2. Proposed location
  3. Drilling window

 

F.  Isopach Map

  1. Affected lands
  2. Proposed location
  3. Drilling Windows

 

G. Cross-sections (cover area of application)

  1. Type of logs used (DIL, CDL, etc.)
  2. Operator name, well location, well name, well status, and producing formation
  3. Stratigraphy
  4. Accepted markers, formations, and/or units of interest
  5. Structural/stratigraphic datum
  6. Perfs, DSTís, cores
  7. Initial production
  8. Cumulative production

 

 H. Reserve Calculations and drainage radius calculations of surrounding wells

  1. Decline curves from wells in immediate area to support reserve and drainage radius calculations (where appropriate)
  2. Cumulative production map

 

I. Economic Calculations
 
 

J. All additional special technical information  presented in support of the application such as:

  1. Special logs
  2. Dipmeter surveys
  3. Seismic section with interpretation
  4. Pressure transient data
  5. Bottom hole pressures
  6. Material balance calculations
  7. Computer modeling summary including reservoir and production equipment modeling assumptions and summary of calculated results
  8. Well bore diagrams
  9. Other technical data as appropriate

 

 

 

 

CRITERIA FOR APPLICANT/PROTESTANT EXHIBITS

TYPES OF APPLICATIONS

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

ADDITIONAL CRITERIA

Exception Location

X

X

X

 

X

X

X

X

X

X

 

 

 

Establish Spacing

 

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

Regional location map showing surrounding fields and proposed area to be spaced

Add Lands to Existing Spacing

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

 

 

 

Increased Well Density

X

X

X

 

X

X

X

X

X

X

 

 

 

Exploratory Unit

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

Regional location map showing surrounding fields and proposed area to be spaced

Unitization

X

X

 

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

If unit agreement not approved by 80 % owners then Unitization formulas must be presented

 

CRITERIA FOR OTHER APPLICATIONS

<<APPLICANT>>

<<PROTESTANT>>

PAYMENT OF PROCEEDS

1.   Dates of production for which payment has not been received

2.   Amount of production for which payment has not been received

3.   Value of production for which payment has not been received

4.   Calculated interest due on production for which payment has not been received

5.   List and description of costs incurred, including attorney fees.

Same Criteria as Applicant

ESTABLISH GAS STORAGE FIELD

Jurisdiction for underground storage under Title 34, Article-64, C.R.S.

 

1.  Storage is in the public interest and welfare

2.  Reservoir is suitable and practicable

3.  Formation(s) sought to be condemned are nonproductive of oil or gas in commercial quantities

Jurisdiction for underground storage under Title 34, Article-64, C.R.S.

 

1.  Storage is not in the public interest and welfare

2.  Reservoir is not suitable and practicable

3.  Formation(s) sought to be condemned are productive of oil or gas in commercial quantities

POOLING

AFEís and lease offers tendered, Criteria A and B

Show that offers to lease are not just and reasonable, and in accordance with those prevailing in the area, and that AFE costs are unreasonable