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Mineral Resources Environmental Notice Bulletin

Compulsory Integration Hearings

Notices for compulsory integration hearings required by subsection 23-0901(3) of the New York State Environmental Conservation Law are posted here at least 30 days prior to the hearing date.

Integration Hearing Notices

Well Permit Applications

Notices required by subsection 23-0503(2) of the New York State Environmental Conservation Law are posted here. These notices pertain to well spacing requirements only and do not necessarily mean that permits are ready to be issued. More information regarding review of additional records related to these notices is stated at the top of each page.

Conforming Spacing Well Applications

Non-Conforming Spacing Well Applications

New York On-line Searchable Database for Oil and Gas Information

Under the authority of subsection 3-0301(1)(u) of the New York State Environmental Conservation Law, the Department provides a searchable database for oil and gas information. This includes information on companies, permit applications, issued permits, spuds, wells, annual well production, well transfers, geological formations and geological fields. Prior on-line data was more limited and was generally limited to only a ninety day look back. The new on-line searchable database provides enhanced access to oil and gas data. Original well records are available for review at the respective regional offices. Any person may review these files at the respective regional office or at the office of the Division of Mineral Resources located at 625 Broadway, 3rd Floor, Albany, NY 12233-6500.

Other New York DEC Article 23 Well Reports

Pending Variances from Regulatory Statewide Spacing

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