OCD Permitting

Cases Scheduled for Commission Hearing for Thursday, October 15, 2020

Below is a preliminary list of cases schedule to be heard at this OCC hearing. A party desiring to use projection equipment at the hearing shall contact Florene Davidson, OCD Clerk, no later than seven (7) business days prior to the hearing.

Case No. Description
1. 21321 De Novo appeal to the Oil Conservation Commission of Order No. R-21308 which granted the applications of COG Operating, LLC in Division Case Nos. 20923, 20924, 20925 and 20926 for compulsory pooling and called for drilling COG’s 32 Mastiff horizontal wells. The Division’s order pooled all mineral interests within the Mesa Verde Bone Spring Pool (Pool code 96229); and, Wolfcamp formation (Pool code 98309) (WC-025 G-08 S243213C). The spacing units dedicated to COG’s proposed wells underlie the W/2 equivalent of irregular Section 4, Township 24 South, Range 32 East, and the W/2 of Section 33, Township 23 South, Range 32 East; and, the E/2 equivalent of Section 4 and the E/2 of Section 9, Township 23 South, Range 32 East, Lea County, New Mexico. The spacing units are located approximately 23 miles east of Loving, New Mexico. This case will be heard de novo pursuant to the provisions of Division Rule 19.15.4.23 NMAC.
2. 21331 Application of Marathon Oil Permian LLC to Reopen Order No. R-20996 in Case No. 16381 Granting Marathon Oil Permian LLC’s Application for Compulsory Pooling, Eddy County, New Mexico for the Limited Purpose of Adding Additional Pooled Parties. Applicant seeks an order from the Division: pooling all mineral interests in the Wolfcamp formation underlying Sections 7 and 8, Township 23 South, Range 27 East, NMPM, Eddy County, New Mexico. This proposed spacing unit will be dedicated to the Crossbow Fed Com 23-27-8 WXY 2H; Crossbow Fed Com 23-27-8 WA 4H; Crossbow Fed Com 23-27-8 WXY 9H; Crossbow Fed Com 23-27-8 WA 10H; Crossbow Fed Com 23-27-8 WXY 8H; Crossbow Fed Com 23-27-8 WXY 14H; Crossbow Fed Com 23-27-8 WA 15H; and Crossbow Fed Com 23-27-8 WA 16H wells, to be horizontally drilled. Also to be considered will be the cost of drilling and completing said wells, the allocation of these costs as well as the actual operating costs and charges for supervision, designation of Marathon as operator of the wells, and a 200% charge for risk involved in drilling said wells. Said area is located approximately 8 miles southwest of Carlsbad, New Mexico. Upon the application of MRC Permian Company, the case will be heard de novo pursuant to the provisions of Division Rule 19.15.4.23 NMAC.
3. 21345 Sugar Creek Resources, LLC, a party adversely affected by Order No. R-20996-A, hereby applies for a hearing of this matter de novo before the Oil Conservation Commission, pursuant to NMSA 1978 §70-2-13 and NMAC 19.15.4.23.
4. 20571 Approve drilling the Bullseye Federal SWD Well #1 as a salt water disposal well to inject produced water into the Silurian-Devonian formation
5. 20572 Approve drilling the Carpet Bomb Federal SWD Well #1 as a salt water disposal well for the purpose of operating a salt water disposal well to inject produced water into the Silurian-Devonian formation
6. 20574 Approve drilling the Vortex Federal SWD Well #1 in Section 1, T24S, R32E, as a salt water disposal well for the purpose of operating a produced water disposal well to inject produced water into the Silurian-Devonian formation
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