Frequently Asked Questions - Well

The well classification will default to ‘Developmental’ and the applicant can change it, if necessary.

The oil and gas field name is pulled spatially and may not populate because the well point is located outside of a field or located where two fields overlap.  Wells must be named based on the well naming convention.

PNG title numbers are entered for the wellpad.  If the application involves multiple wells on the same pad with different PNG title numbers; the applicant can submit all applicable PNG title numbers for the entire wellpad.

The user selects the ‘+’ button to add the additional PNG title numbers.

Yes, exemption requests are specific to each particular well. 

If the application has not yet been submitted, yes, the applicant can add additional activities, including subsequent wells to their application.  Revised spatial data would be required to show this additional activity.

Once the application has been approved, the applicant will be required to submit the subsequent well as a separate new application.  

The same process exists as it does now. The applicant will be required to submit an amendment to change the classification.

No, this requirement has always been in place. Previously it was submitted as part of the well name in the form of ‘et al’. In AMS, the well name is constructed by the system therefore, whether or not a working interest partner is involved is required.

If the proponent wishes to submit either an ‘et al’ along with names working interest partners, or only add a ‘et al’ with no named working interests, they should simple select the “More Than   One WIP” checkbox.

Once they save the well overview page,  they will see the ‘et al’ shown in the well name on the Well Details