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On November 10, 2009, DOGGR submitted the proposed regulation (pursuant to AB1960, Nava, 2008) to the Office of Administrative Law (OAL). On December 2 and 3, 2009 and January 5 and 14, 2010, hearings were held to receive comments on the proposed regulations. Click here to view/download AB1960 legislation, the proposed regulations or information submitted to OAL.
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California Laws for the Conservation of Oil, Gas, and Geothermal Resources and the California Code of Regulations (Title 14, Division 2, Chapters 2, 3 and 4).
Pursuant to California Code of Regulations (CCR) Title 14, Division 2, Chapter 4, Section 1722 (k), the State Oil and Gas Supervisor may establish Field Rules for any oil and gas pool or zone in a field when sufficient geologic and engineering data is available from previous drilling operations. The Division has established Field Rules for those fields where geologic and engineering information is available to accurately describe subsurface conditions. These Field Rules identify downhole conditions and well construction information that oil and gas operators should consider when drilling and completing onshore oil and gas wells.
Click here to go to the Field Rules web page.
|Notice to Operators
|Notices to Operators|
This file contains the Notices to Operators issued by the Division from 1980 to present.
|Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) /Memoranda of Agreement (MOA)|
|Oil Spill Reporting Field Rule
|San Joaquin Valley Oil Spill Reporting Criteria|
This field rule established crude oil spill reporting criteria for oil and gas fields located in Kern, Kings, Tulare, Fresno, Madera and Merced counties.
|Laws of the State of California Regulating the Drilling of Petroleum and Gas Wells|
Enacted in 1915, these are the first laws governing oil and gas drilling in California, and effectively created the Division of Oil and Gas.