National Institute of Standards and Industrial Technology Act 1993




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Unvalidated References:

Oil and Gas Act 1998

Explosives Act (Adopted)

Explosives Act (Adopted)

National Institute of Standards and Industrial Technology Act 1993

Organic Law on Provincial Governments and Local-level Governments

Industrial Safety, Health and Welfare Act 1961

Industrial Safety, Health and Welfare Act 1961

Industrial Safety, Health and Welfare Act 1961

Explosives Act (Adopted)

Explosives Act (Adopted)

Town Boundaries Act 1951

Merchant Shipping Act 1975

Civil Aviation Act 2000

Harbours Board Act 1963

Inflammable Liquid Act 1953

Merchant Shipping Act 1975

Merchant Shipping Act 1975

Merchant Shipping Act 1975

Civil Aviation Act 2000

Merchant Shipping Act 1975

Merchant Shipping Act 1975

Merchant Shipping Act 1975

This reprint of this Statutory Instrument incorporates all amendments, if any, made before25 November 2006 and in force at  1 July 2001.


.........

Legislative Counsel

Dated 25 November 2006


INDEPENDENT STATE OF PAPUA NEW GUINEA.

No. 12 of 1999.

Oil and Gas Regulation 1999

ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS.

PART I – PRELIMINARY.

1. Definitions.

API”

approved”

AS”

ASEG-GDF”

authorized person”

barrel”

blooey line”

cable”

Chief Inspector”

circulation”

classifying authority”

clean oil”

condensate”

construction platform”

contractor”

cubic foot”

date of completion”

Deputy Person-in-Charge”

derrick”

directional drilling”

Director”

drilling rig”

dynamic positioning”

enhanced recovery”

enhanced recovery scheme”

explosive”

extra-low voltage”

field”

firewall”

fixed platform”

flame-type equipment”

flowing well”

gas”

gas oil ratio”

geophysical exploration”

ghost hole”

good oilfield practice”

hazardous area”

helideck”

helipad”

inspector”

licensee”

licence area”

licensed electrical worker”

magazine”

main operational site”

mast”

mobile platform”

mobile drilling unit”

MSDS”

mud”

multiple completion well”

NATA”

permit to work”

Person-in-Charge”

Petroleum Inspector”

plant”

platform”

PNGS”

pool”

process vessel”

production”

production facility”

production potential”

reservoir”

reservoir pressure”

reservoir measurements”

seismic source”

separator”

service platform”

service rig”

shot hole”

shot point”

site person-in-charge”

spud date”

spudding in”

standard handrail”

storage tank”

suspend”

suspended well”

swing well”

toeboard”

velocity log”

verifying body”

waste”

well”

well log”

workover operation”

workover rig”

PART II – ADMINISTRATION.

2. Responsibility of licensee.

3. Exemption.

4. Posting of the Regulation.

5. Person-in-Charge.

6. Deputy Person-in-Charge.

7. Name of Site Person-in-Charge to be Displayed.

8. Accident, Incident and Employment Reporting.

9. Monthly Accident and Employment Return.

10. Waste or Contamination.

11. Evaluation of an Occurrence of Oil or Gas.

12. Entry onto Private Land.

13. Protection of Public Utilities and Existing Pipelines.

14. Interference with Facilities and Equipment.

15. Release of Information.

PART III – SAFETY.

Division 1 – General.

16. Responsibilities of Supervisors.

17. Responsibility of Workmen.

18. First Aid.

19. Contaminated Atmosphere.

20. Fire Fighting Equipment.

21. Communications.

22. Clothing.

23. Personal Protective Equipment.

24. Noise Levels.

25. Radioactive Substances.

26. Notices.

27. Pressure Vessels.

28. Machinery.

29. Winching, Lifting Equipment.

30. Repair and Maintenance of Machinery.

31. Mobile Equipment.

32. Responsibility of Driver.

33. Aircraft Operations.

34. Debris Constituting a Fire Hazard.

35. Flame Type Equipment and Process Vessels.

36. Venting of Flammable Vapours.

37. Internal Combustion Engines.

38. Smoking, Naked Lights, Welding and Cutting.

39. Siting of Production Facilities.

40. Siting of Flares.

41. Fuel Tanks.

42. Lighting.

43. General Safety Precautions.

44. Procedure Manuals.

45. Medicinal and Therapeutic Drugs.

46. Unauthorized Use of Drugs and Intoxicants.

47. Helicopter Operations.

48. Oil Spills.

Division 2 – Offshore.

49. General.

50. Communications.

51. Rescue Craft.

52. Helicopter Operations.

53. Life Jackets and Buoyancy Vests.

54. Vessels Near Platforms During Diving.

55. Other Operations During Diving.

56. Emergency Drill Exercises.

57. Notices.

58. Waste Disposal.

59. Record of Arrivals and Departures.

60. Radio Operators.

61. Cutting, Heating and Welding.

62. Storage of Dangerous Substances.

PART IV – ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS.

63. Wiring Rules.

64. Electrical Generators, Alternators and Motors.

65. Rig Electrical Systems Equipment.

66. Protection of Electrical Circuits.

67. Earthing and Lightning Protection.

68. Control of Static Electricity.

69. Portable Lights and Tools.

70. Maintenance, Repair or Alterations.

71. Electricians and Inspection of Electrical Equipment.

72. Control Equipment.

PART V – EXPLOSIVES.

Division 1 – General.

73. Application of Division 1.

74. Competence of Workmen.

75. Storage of Explosives, Magazines.

76. Detonators.

77. Application for Use of Explosives.

78. Electrical Firing in the Vicinity of a Radio Transmitter.

79. Pre-loading.

Division 2 – Use of explosives in wells.

80. Application of Division 2.

81. Personnel Handling Explosives.

82. Safety of Rig Personnel.

83. Safety from Accidental Detonation.

PART VI – EXPLORATION.

Division 1 – General.

84. Application of Part VI.

85. Notice of Intention to Commence Operations.

86. Notice of Intended Survey.

87. Operations near Mines and Quarries.

88. Operations on Roads and in Inhabited Areas.

89. Marking Seismic Lines.

90. Shot Points near Buildings and Public Utilities.

91. Temporary Shot Hole Plugs.

92. Permanent Shot Hole Plugs.

93. Uncontrolled Flow of Water.

94. Six Monthly Reports on Operations.

95. Submission of Data.

96. Submission of Data on Relinquishment.

Division 2 – Offshore.

97. General.

98. Notice of Intended Geophysical Survey Offshore.

99. Commencement of Survey Offshore.

100. Seismic Energy Sources.

PART VII – DRILLING, COMPLETION, RECOMPLETION, SIDETRACK, MAJOR REPAIR, SUSPENSION AND ABANDONMENT OF WELLS.

Division 1 – General.

101. Notification before Drilling a Well.

102. Notification before Deepening, Redrilling, etc.

103. Emergency Action.

104. Proposed Well Program.

105. Notice of Intention to Abandon.

106. Location Survey.

107. Suspension of Operations.

108. Failure to Fulfill Conditions.

109. Restoration of Site.

110. Oil or Gas Lost or Used During Well Operations.

111. Well Records.

112. Daily Reports.

113. Reports Originating at the Well site.

114. Well Completion Report.

115. Special Studies.

116. Prohibited Drilling Areas.

117. Operations Close to Communities.

118. Deviation Survey.

Division 2 – Operational Requirements.

119. Equipment to Comply with Certain Standards.

120. Inspection of Drilling Equipment.

121. Casing of Wells.

122. Pressure Testing of Casing Strings.

123. Cementing of Casing.

124. Formation Integrity Tests.

125. Samples.

126. Cores.

127. Age Dating of Samples.

128. Fluid Samples.

129. Formation and Inflow Tests.

130. Electric or Other Well Logs.

131. Protection of Aquifers.

132. Abandonment Principles.

133. Well Completion.

134. Disposal of Produced Oil and Gas.

135. Disposal of Other Liquid Waste.

136. Disposal of Other Waste.

137. Replacement of Well Site Fencing.

138. Penetration Rate.

139. Detection of Petroleum.

Division 3 – Safety in Drilling and Workover Operations.

140. Operations.

141. Masts and Derricks.

142. Spudding-in.

143. Blowout Prevention.

144. Blowout Equipment Certification.

145. Blowout Preventer Closing Units.

146. Testing Blowout Prevention Equipment.

147. Installation and Removal of Blowout Prevention Equipment.

148. Well Control Records.

149. Drilling Fluid Facilities.

150. Well Testing.

151. Swabbing.

152. Equipment and Procedures.

Division 4 – Rig and Associated Equipment.

153. Drilling and Workover Rigs–General.

154. Derrick and Mast Platforms.

155. Ladders and Stairways.

156. Hoisting Lines.

157. Pressure Lines and Hoses.

158. Safety Valves and Pumps.

Division 5 – Offshore Operations.

159. General.

160. Mobile Drilling Unit.

161. Offshore Drilling Program.

162. Offshore Casing Design.

163. Offshore Blowout Preventers.

164. Offshore Blowout Preventer Closing Units.

165. Disposal of Drilling Fluids Offshore.

166. Abandonment of Offshore Wells and Platforms.

Division 6 – Air Drilling.

167. General.

168. Delivery Lines.

169. Motor Vehicles.

170. Fire Precautions.

171. Siting of Compressors.

172. Blooey Line.

173. Supply Line Valves.

174. Drill string Fittings.

175. Mud Stocks.

176. Gas Detection Equipment.

Division 7 – Special Services.

177. Definition.

178. Operations.

179. Stimulation Operations.

PART VIII – PRODUCTION.

180. Identification of Wells and Production Facilities.

181. Protection of Completed Wells.

182. Construction Approval.

183. Application for Approval.

184. Gauging and Metering Facilities.

185. Measurement of Production for Royalty Purposes.

186. Production Lines and Equipment.

187. Monitors, Control Mechanisms and Safety Devices.

188. Initial Production Tests.

189. Multiple Completion Well.

190. Disposal of Produced Liquids.

191. Production Rate Restriction.

192. Enhanced Recovery.

193. Use of Consumption of Gas by the Licensee.

194. Use of Direct Well Pressure.

195. Tanks and Storage.

196. Tank Battery Control Valves.

197. Entering Tanks or Other Production Vessels.

198. Monthly Production Report.

199. Routine Production Operations.

200. Annual Production Report.

201. Reservoir Data.

202. Report on an Enhanced Recovery Project.

PART IX – MARINE FACILITIES.

203. Mobile Platform.

204. Mobile Platform Approval.

205. Movement of Mobile Platform.

206. Anchoring Vessels near Pipelines.

207. Consent to Construct or Install a Fixed Platform.

208. Application for Consent to Construct or Install a Fixed Platform.

209. Consent to use a Fixed Platform.

210. Certificate of Verification of Design, Construction and Installation of a Fixed Platform.

211. Inspections of a Fixed Platform.

212. Tests on a Fixed Platform.

213. Records of Tests on a Fixed Platform.

214. Additional Requirements for a Platform.

215. Helideck.

216. Warning Lights.

217. Sound Signals.

218. Emergency Energy Source for Signals.

219. Marking of Platforms.

220. Life jackets and Lifebuoys.

221. Survival Craft.

222. Exceeding the Normal Complement.

223. Alternative Evacuation Facilities.

224. Fire Fighting Equipment.

225. Communication Equipment.

226. Buoys.

227. Electrical Installations.

228. Furniture and Furnishings.

229. Flammable and Toxic Gases.

230. Progress Report of Construction and Installation.

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