### H-4.2, r. 1 - Regulation respecting petroleum exploration, production and storage in a body of water

230. The enhanced recovery technical program must be signed and sealed by an engineer and contain
(1)  the name and contact information of the holder and the licence number;
(2)  the name of the wells concerned by the project;
(3)  the classification of the wells determined according to Schedule 1;
(4)  a map at a scale sufficient to show the area in which the project must be carried out and the boundaries of the pool;
(5)  a diagram showing the wells and the well injection completion methods, if applicable;
(6)  a diagram showing the injection, treatment and measuring installations and the configuration and rated working pressure of the pipes and equipment;
(7)  the anticipated method for controlling corrosion in the wells, collecting pipes and surface installations;
(8)  a geological and technical analysis including, in particular,
(a)  a lateral section of the pool indicating the top and base of the reservoir and the distribution of the fluids;
(b)  a map at a scale sufficient to show the characteristics of the reservoir, in particular, the structure of the top, the size of the pores and permeability capacity;
(c)  production and total recovery forecasts;
(d)  the source of the injection fluid and a demonstration of its compatibility with the rocks and fluids of the reservoir;
(e)  the estimated injection rate of each of the injection wells and their injection pressure at the wellhead;
(f)  the recovery forecasts and simulation models, if applicable; and
(g)  the measured or estimated pressure of the reservoir in the area of the project and the pressure of the reservoir as part of the enhanced recovery;
(9)  the activities schedule, in particular, the drilling, completion and installation construction activities related to the project;
(10)  if applicable, the list of licences, certificates and other authorizations to be obtained;
(11)  the list of references used during the preparation of the technical program, in particular, the standards from recognized organizations and guidelines from other Canadian jurisdictions; and
(12)  any other information or document deemed necessary by the Minister.
O.C. 1251-2018, s. 230.
In force: 2018-09-20
230. The enhanced recovery technical program must be signed and sealed by an engineer and contain
(1)  the name and contact information of the holder and the licence number;
(2)  the name of the wells concerned by the project;
(3)  the classification of the wells determined according to Schedule 1;
(4)  a map at a scale sufficient to show the area in which the project must be carried out and the boundaries of the pool;
(5)  a diagram showing the wells and the well injection completion methods, if applicable;
(6)  a diagram showing the injection, treatment and measuring installations and the configuration and rated working pressure of the pipes and equipment;
(7)  the anticipated method for controlling corrosion in the wells, collecting pipes and surface installations;
(8)  a geological and technical analysis including, in particular,
(a)  a lateral section of the pool indicating the top and base of the reservoir and the distribution of the fluids;
(b)  a map at a scale sufficient to show the characteristics of the reservoir, in particular, the structure of the top, the size of the pores and permeability capacity;
(c)  production and total recovery forecasts;
(d)  the source of the injection fluid and a demonstration of its compatibility with the rocks and fluids of the reservoir;
(e)  the estimated injection rate of each of the injection wells and their injection pressure at the wellhead;
(f)  the recovery forecasts and simulation models, if applicable; and
(g)  the measured or estimated pressure of the reservoir in the area of the project and the pressure of the reservoir as part of the enhanced recovery;
(9)  the activities schedule, in particular, the drilling, completion and installation construction activities related to the project;
(10)  if applicable, the list of licences, certificates and other authorizations to be obtained;
(11)  the list of references used during the preparation of the technical program, in particular, the standards from recognized organizations and guidelines from other Canadian jurisdictions; and
(12)  any other information or document deemed necessary by the Minister.
O.C. 1251-2018, s. 230.