First public hearing was held on .
October(1st) Hearing notice.
The Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission proposes to adopt regulation changes in 20 AAC 25.025 of the Alaska Administrative Code, dealing with Bonding, including the following:
(1) 20 AAC 25.025 is proposed to be repealed and rewritten as follows: Increasing the minimum bonding amount to more accurately reflect the costs of abandoning wells by establishing a multi-tiered bonding schedule based on the number of wells an operator has.
|1||The Surety & Fidelity Association of America comments|
|2||Becky Long comments|
|3||Denis Ransy comments|
|4||Sore Wuerth comments|
|5||James White comments|
|6||James Franger comments|
|7||The Wilderness Society, Audubon Alaska, and Cook Inletkeeper comments|
Cook Inlet Energy (CIE), by letter dated December 12, 2018, requests the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation
Commission (AOGCC) issue a Disposal Injection Order to allow the disposal of produced water from the
West McArthur River Unit (WMRU) and Redoubt Unit in the Hemlock formation in the WMRU.
Continued to February 19, 2019 9:00AM
The Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (AOGCC) on its motion is setting a hearing to
assess the mechanical integrity of Prudhoe Bay wells operated by BP Exploration (Alaska), Inc.
Continued to February 13, 2019 10:00AM
Hilcorp, by letter dated October 26, 2018, requests the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation
Commission (AOGCC) amend CO 76 to revise the description of the Middle Kenai Oil Pool,
define a Hemlock Oil Pool, revise the rule on well spacing, and authorize downhole commingling