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(a) A well is considered to be completed 30 days after
(1) drilling and testing operations have ceased and the well is capable of producing a geothermal resource;
(2) the well has begun to produce geothermal resources, unless drilling operations are resumed before the end of the 30 day period; or
(3) the well is plugged and abandoned.
(b) All required logs, records and test results must be submitted to the commissioner within 60 days after completion of drilling operations.
(c) A completion report must be submitted to the commissioner within 60 days after completion of drilling operations. The completion report must provide the following information:
(1) the actual depth of the well;
(2) the actual depth to zone of completion;
(3) the actual bottom-hole location for a directionally drilled well;
(4) method of completion or abandonment; and
(5) any information on drilling difficulties or unusual circumstances encountered which would be helpful in assuring future safety of operations or protection of the environment.
History: Eff. 5/8/83, Register 86
Authority: AS 41.06.020
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