OGC Engineering Projects (Public Version)

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Published by the BC Agency - Oil and Gas Commission
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Oil and Gas Commission Engineering Project approvals may be issued, upon application, under the authority of Section 100 of the Drilling and Production Regulation or Section 97 of the Petroleum and Natural Gas Act, depending on project type. Projects grant the applicant operating latitude, under specific conditions, for the purpose of extracting oil and/or natural gas in the most efficient way that will result in maximization of resource recovery and benefit to the Crown, balanced with surface impact and socio-economic factors. Examples are ?Good Engineering Practice?, allowing increased well density in a poor quality reservoir, or ?Pressure Maintenance Water Flood? to allow injection of water into an oil pool to increase total oil recovery. Spatial data for approved projects are included.

Data and Resources

Dataset Extent

Latitude: 48.0° to 60.0°
Longitude: -139.5° to -113.5°

Additional Information

Purpose

Oil and Gas Commission Engineering Project approvals may be issued, upon application, under the authority of Section 100 of the Drilling and Production Regulation or Section 97 of the Petroleum and Natural Gas Act, depending on project type. Projects grant the applicant operating latitude, under specific conditions, for the purpose of extracting oil and/or natural gas in the most efficient way that will result in maximization of resource recovery and benefit to the Crown, balanced with surface impact and socio-economic factors.

Lineage Statement

Spatial data is based on Petroleum and Natural Gas grid unit boundaries.

Contact Information

NameKrista Zens (pointOfContact)
EmailKrista.Zens@bcogc.ca
OrganizationBC Agency
Sub-OrganizationOil and Gas Commission

Access & Security

Who can view this dataset? Public
Who can download this dataset?Public

Metadata Information

Record Published 2014-12-11
Record Last Modified 2019-05-04
Resource Status onGoing

Object Description

Object Name: WHSE_MINERAL_TENURE.OG_ENGINEERING_PROJECTS_PUB_SP

Short Name: OG_ENG_PRJ
Comments: ENGINEERING PROJECTS PUB SP is a polygon layer representing approved engineering projects. Oil and Gas Commission Engineering Project approvals may be issued, upon application, under the authority of Section 100 of the Drilling and Production Regulation or Section 97 of the Petroleum and Natural Gas Act, depending on project type. Projects grant the applicant operating latitude, under specific conditions, for the purpose of extracting oil and/or natural gas in the most efficient way that will result in maximization of resource recovery and benefit to the Crown, balanced with surface impact and socio-economic factors. Examples are "Good Engineering Practice", allowing increased well density in a poor quality reservoir, or "Pressure Maintenance Water Flood" to allow injection of water into an oil pool to increase total oil recovery. This is not a multipart feature class.

Column Name Short Name Data Type Data Precision Comments
OG_ENGINEERING_PROJECT_PUB_ID GNGNRNGPRJ NUMBER 10 OG ENGINEERING PROJECT PUB ID is a system generated identifier to ensure row uniqueness.
FIELD_AREA_CODE FLDRCD VARCHAR2 4 FIELD AREA CODE is a numeric code that represents the area (or field) within which an oil or gas pool has been designated to belong. E.g., 2400
FIELD_AREA_NAME FLDRNM VARCHAR2 30 FIELD AREA NAME is the name that represents the area (or field) within which an oil or gas pool has been designated to belong. E.g., BUICK CREEK
FORMATION_CODE FRMTNCD VARCHAR2 4 FORMATION CODE is a numeric code that represents the geologic formation within which an oil or gas pool has been designated to belong. E.g., 4800
FORMATION_NAME FRMTNNM VARCHAR2 30 FORMATION NAME is the name that represents the geologic formation within which an oil or gas pool has been designated to belong. E.g., HALFWAY
POOL_SEQUENCE PLSQNC VARCHAR2 16 POOL SEQUENCE is usually a letter (A to Z) assigned in sequence which uniquely distinguishes the pool from other structurally separated pools within the same area and formation. For pools falling within areas defined as "Other Areas", the pool sequence represents the legal location. E.g., C-075-J/093-P-01
PROJECT_CODE PRJCTCD VARCHAR2 3 PROJECT CODE is a numeric code that represents the sequence of approval type in a distinct pool. E.g., 01
PROJECT_STATUS PRJCTSTTS VARCHAR2 28 PROJECT STATUS is the status of engineering project derived from the project approval date, effective date and termination date. E.g., Approved - not yet effective.
PROJECT_NAME PRJCTNM VARCHAR2 30 PROJECT NAME is the name of the project including the operating company name and in some cases the resource type. E.g., CNRL Project
PROJECT_TYPE PRJCTTP VARCHAR2 4 PROJECT TYPE identifies the distinct engineering method type used to exploit oil and gas. E.g., GEPG (Good Engineering Practice - Gas)
PROJECT_APPROVAL_DATE PRJCTPPRVL DATE 7 PROJECT APPROVAL DATE is the date issued by the Oil and Gas Commission approving the application for the engineering project.
PROJECT_EFFECTIVE_DATE PRJCTFFCTV DATE 7 PROJECT EFFECTIVE DATE is the date the approved engineering project commences operations.
PROJECT_TERMINATION_DATE PRJCTTRMNT DATE 7 PROJECT TERMINATION DATE is the date that the engineering project approval is no longer effective and operations are terminated.
PROJECT_REVISION_NUMBER PRJCTRVSNN VARCHAR2 2 PROJECT REVISION NUMBER is the number of times that the project has been altered prior to the current project.
PROJECT_REVISION_DATE PRJCTRVSND DATE 7 PROJECT REVISION DATE is the date the approval conditions for the engineering project was last revised.
PROJECT_DAILY_GAS_ALLOWABLE PRJCTDLGSL NUMBER 10 PROJECT DAILY GAS ALLOWABLE is the daily amount of gas that is allowed to be extracted from the engineering project measured in 1000 cubic meters. E.g., 20.0
PROJECT_DAILY_OIL_ALLOWABLE PRJCTDLLLL NUMBER 10 PROJECT DAILY OIL ALLOWABLE is the daily amount of oil that is allowed to be extracted from the engineering project measured in cubic meters. E.g., 40.8
PROJECT_ENTITY_NUMBER PRJCTNTTNM VARCHAR2 4 PROJECT ENTITY NUMBER is a unique number used by the Ministry of Finance to collect royalties, if special royalty agreement applies. E.g., 0348
RESERVOIR_SKEY RSRVRSK NUMBER 9 RESERVOIR SKEY is a unique ID created by the Oil and Gas Commission to link engineering project data within the Integrated Resource Information System (IRIS) database.
PROJECT_APPROVAL_NUMBER PRJCTPPRV1 VARCHAR2 15 PROJECT APPROVAL NUMBER is the unique approval number that details the year, project type and number of projects within that year. E.g., 01-06-009
DIGITIZED_DATE DGTZDDT DATE 7 DIGITIZED DATE is the date that the engineering project was digitized spatially into the engineering projects database.
FEATURE_CODE FTRCD VARCHAR2 10 FEATURE CODE contains a value based on the Canadian Council of Surveys and Mapping's (CCSM) system for classification of geographic features. E.g., AR82000110
GEOMETRY GEOMETRY SDO_GEOMETRY 1 GEOMETRY is the column used to reference the spatial coordinates defining the feature.
OBJECTID OBJECTID NUMBER 38 OBJECTID is a required attribute of feature classes and object classes in a geodatabase.
SE_ANNO_CAD_DATA BLOB 4000 SE_ANNO_CAD_DATA is a binary column used by spatial tools to store annotation, curve features and CAD data when using the SDO_GEOMETRY storage data type.
FEATURE_AREA_SQM NUMBER 19 FEATURE_AREA_SQM is the system calculated area of a two-dimensional polygon in square meters
FEATURE_LENGTH_M NUMBER 19 FEATURE_LENGTH_M is the system calculated length or perimeter of a geometry in meters