DISCLAIMER: The well information and data represented on this site varies in accuracy, scale, origin and completeness and may be changed at any time without notice. While the California Department of Conservation, Division of Oil, Gas and Geothermal Resources (DOC) makes every effort to provide accurate information, DOC makes no warranties as to the suitability of this product for any particular purpose. Any use of this information is at the user's own risk.
The Director of the Department of Conservation (Department) is announcing the revision and restructuring of district boundaries for the Division of Oil, Gas, and Geothermal Resources. In accordance with the Public Resources Code Section 3100, the State Oil and Gas Supervisor invites you to share your input about the new districts.
The purpose of changing district boundaries is to improve efficiency and performance of the Division's regulatory activities by aligning the necessary staff based on regional need.
Should you have any comments about the proposed changes to district boundaries, please e-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org . You can also mail comments to 801 K Street, MS24-02, Sacramento, CA 95814.
WELL DATA UPDATES
Uses new DOGGR district boundaries (2018/02/07)
GIS Symbol is no longer supported, hence removed in well data (2017/06/14)
Well type is added in well data (2017/06/14)
Well data are
updated daily and provided in following formats (2017/06/14):
NOTE: For information not found in these tables, please contact the district office directly. If you would like to receive notification of future updates, please email
DOGGRGISUNIT@conservation.ca.gov with "ADD ME" in the subject line. Updates will be sent to the email address being used in the request only.
here to access Well Finder -- our online interactive mapping system.
View "Readme" for definitions of well data elements (metadata.)
Notice: These data are current as of April 27, 2018
HISTORIC FIELD MAPS
NOTE: These maps were produced during the period of 1997 to 2010 and have
not been updated.
Click here to access the historic field maps.
Click here to access Well Finder, which has an up-to-date, interactive map view.