Oil and gas act pennsylvania

Pennsylvania’s Oil and Gas Act 13, enacted in 2012, was designed by the Department of Environmental Protection to increase the environmental standards of the local oil and gas industry. The act covered a variety of topics, including permitting, bonding, reporting, and new definitions. In particular, the PA Act 13 modified some aspects of well The Pennsylvania Geological Survey’s educational booklet Oil and Gas in Pennsylvania (PDF) and its Spring 1998 issue of Pennsylvania Geology (PDF) are good sources of information about how oil and gas resources are formed and extracted. As of 2012, Pennsylvania oil fields had produced approximately 1.4 billion barrels of crude oil.

14 Feb 2012 The new law repeals the 1984 Oil and Gas Act, but also reenacts many of its current provisions. The 174-page legislation is very complex and  12 Aug 2019 Natural Oil & Gas Production Regulation in PA (Act 13 of 2012): Primer. August 12, 2019 - Page 1. Background and History. Prior to Act 13, the  26 Nov 2019 Shale Utica Shale Natural Energy Pennsylvania Regulations Oil & Gas Marcellus Well Drilling and Operation, Act 13 of 2012 and 25 Pa. P.L. 183, Act No. 60, 58 P.S. § 34. 2.3. Overview of Pennsylvania's oil and gas regulatory program. 2.3.1 Oil and Gas Conservation Law, Act of July 25, 1961, P.L.  Browse all sections of Pennsylvania Title 58 P.S. Oil and Gas in Findlaw(:':)s Recording of Surrender Documents from Oil and Natural Gas Lease Act.

In February of this year, the Pennsylvania General Assembly passed an expansive amendment that recodified the state's old Oil and Gas Act (58. Pa.

Oil and gas exploration is regulated under the state's oil and gas laws (Oil and Gas Act, Coal and Gas Resource Coordination Act, and Oil and Gas Conservation Law) and the environmental protection laws that include the Clean Streams Law, the Dam Safety and Encroachments Act, the Solid Waste Management Act, the Water Resources Planning Act and the Community Right to Know Act. Act 13 of 2012. Act 13 of 2012 enacted stronger environmental standards, authorized local governments to adopt an impact fee and built upon the state's ongoing efforts to move towards energy independence as unconventional gas development continues. (1) Permit optimal development of oil and gas resources of this Commonwealth consistent with protection of the health, safety, environment and property of Pennsylvania citizens. (2) Protect the safety of personnel and facilities employed in coal mining or exploration, development, storage and production of natural gas or oil. On July 11, 2006, the Pennsylvania legislature enacted the Dormant Oil and Gas Act, 58 P.S. § 701.1 et seq. The purpose of the Act is to permit the development of oil and gas reserves when all owners of oil or gas interests cannot be located or identified. Pennsylvania Statutes Title 58 P.S. Oil and Gas This is FindLaw's hosted version of Pennsylvania Statutes Title 58 P.S. Oil and Gas. Use this page to navigate to all sections within the Title 58 P.S. Oil and Gas. Expand sections by using the arrow icons. Oil and Gas Regulations Oil and Gas Regulations Federal, state and local permits and approvals are required for oil and gas wells and related activities in Pennsylvania to ensure protection of the environment and public health and safety. Legal obligations and best practices are regularly updated as technology advances. The purposes of this chapter are to: (1) Permit optimal development of oil and gas resources of this Commonwealth consistent with protection of the health, safety, environment and property of Pennsylvania citizens.

OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION LAW. Act 1961-359. LAWS OF PENNSYLVANIA . No. 1961-359. An Act defining and prohibiting waste in the production of oil 

Section 1.3. Royalty guaranteed. A lease or other such agreement conveying the right to remove or recover oil, natural gas or gas of any other designation from the lessor to the lessee shall not be valid if the lease does not guarantee the lessor at least one-eighth royalty of all oil, natural gas or gas of other designations removed or recovered from the subject real property. Home / Statutes of Pennsylvania / Consolidated Statutes / Title 58. Title 58. Text Size: A A A Print. Visitor Information. Interested in visiting the State Capitol? For information on visiting the Capitol Complex, please visit pacapitol.com. Contact. The Rule of Capture in Pennsylvania Oil and Gas Law. Overview of Presentation • Rule of Capture, Generally • Historical Bases for Rule of Capture • Application of Rule of Capture in Pennsylvania • Modification to Rule of Capture • Current / Upcoming Issues.

Oil and Gas Regulations Oil and Gas Regulations Federal, state and local permits and approvals are required for oil and gas wells and related activities in Pennsylvania to ensure protection of the environment and public health and safety. Legal obligations and best practices are regularly updated as technology advances.

Oil and Gas Regulations Federal, state and local permits and approvals are required for oil and gas wells and related activities in Pennsylvania to ensure protection of the environment and public health and safety. Legal obligations and best practices are regularly updated as technology advances. Pennsylvania General Assembly Home / Statutes of Pennsylvania / Unconsolidated Statutes / Law Information / 2012 Act 13. 2012 Act 13. Text Size: A A A Print. Visitor Information. Interested in visiting the State Capitol? For information on visiting the Capitol Complex, please visit pacapitol.com. Pennsylvania’s Oil and Gas Act 13, enacted in 2012, was designed by the Department of Environmental Protection to increase the environmental standards of the local oil and gas industry. The act covered a variety of topics, including permitting, bonding, reporting, and new definitions. In particular, the PA Act 13 modified some aspects of well The Pennsylvania Geological Survey’s educational booklet Oil and Gas in Pennsylvania (PDF) and its Spring 1998 issue of Pennsylvania Geology (PDF) are good sources of information about how oil and gas resources are formed and extracted. As of 2012, Pennsylvania oil fields had produced approximately 1.4 billion barrels of crude oil. Act 13 is a major overhaul of Pennsylvania’s oil and gas law. After years of deliberation on the issue, legislators passed the bill on February 8, 2012. The Legal Battle. Over the past four Section 1.3. Royalty guaranteed. A lease or other such agreement conveying the right to remove or recover oil, natural gas or gas of any other designation from the lessor to the lessee shall not be valid if the lease does not guarantee the lessor at least one-eighth royalty of all oil, natural gas or gas of other designations removed or recovered from the subject real property.

1 Sep 2016 Section 3215(c) of the Pennsylvania Oil and Gas Act, also known as Act 13,. 1. 58 Pa. C.S. § 3215(c), as part of its well permit application 

P.L. 183, Act No. 60, 58 P.S. § 34. 2.3. Overview of Pennsylvania's oil and gas regulatory program. 2.3.1 Oil and Gas Conservation Law, Act of July 25, 1961, P.L.  Browse all sections of Pennsylvania Title 58 P.S. Oil and Gas in Findlaw(:':)s Recording of Surrender Documents from Oil and Natural Gas Lease Act. terms are also undefined in other Pennsylvania statutes and regulations and will require a new Act- [The Oil and Gas Act (58 P.S.§§ 601.101-601.605)] 58 Pa. 26 Jan 2018 The draft is based on the Oil and Gas Act passed in 1984. “The conventional oil and gas industry has been in Pennsylvania and contributing 

Pennsylvania General Assembly Home / Statutes of Pennsylvania / Unconsolidated Statutes / Law Information / 2012 Act 13. 2012 Act 13. Text Size: A A A Print. Visitor Information. Interested in visiting the State Capitol? For information on visiting the Capitol Complex, please visit pacapitol.com. Pennsylvania’s Oil and Gas Act 13, enacted in 2012, was designed by the Department of Environmental Protection to increase the environmental standards of the local oil and gas industry. The act covered a variety of topics, including permitting, bonding, reporting, and new definitions. In particular, the PA Act 13 modified some aspects of well