Crown Mineral Activity and Wells
Crown Mineral Activity is where the Alberta Energy approves applications for activities in undisposed Crown mineral rights. This also involves the approval for applications for the purpose of re-entering an existing wellbore and linking wells to existing Crown agreements.
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Abandoned wellbores on leased rights, the impact that cancelling an agreement has on different types of wells, and approval for linking and re-entry authorizations.
Crown Mineral Activity Guide
For authorization to conduct activities in rights that are
not subject to a Petroleum Natural Gas (PNG) or Oil Sand agreement.
Crown Mineral Activity (CMA) Authorization Applications for Active Disposal Operations Occurring on Expired, or Soon to Expire, Crown Mineral Agreements
Crown Mineral Activity (CMA)
Authorization Applicaton Requirements for New Disposal Operation Requests in Undisposed Crown Rights
Crown Mineral Activity RolesUpdated
Course highlights the different roles required to create, edit, submit, view and concur various CMA form types.
Course describes the process for authorizing a company to act on behalf of the designated representative (Crown lessee or licensee) on a matter for a Crown petroleum and natural gas licence or lease (PNG agreement) or authorizing another company to use your company’s well for a tenure-related purpose relating to a PNG agreement.
Course describes the process for initiating a CMA application for Undisposed Crown Rights.
Course describes the process for initiating a CMA application for Overhole/Coring Crown Well.
Course describes the process for initiating a CMA application for Well Re-entry.
Course describes the process for initiating a CMA application for Well Linking.
Crown Mineral Activity Work in ProgressUpdated
Course describes how to retrieve and view the request status.