Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (AOGCC)
In response to CDC guidelines and Governor Dunleavy’s announcements concerning COVID-19, the AOGCC’s hours are adjusted as follows:
- The AOGCC office is unlocked for public access from 9 AM – 4 PM.
- Starting May 3, the hours mentioned above will extend to 8 AM – 5 PM.
- Visitors should make appointments prior to meeting AOGCC staff on-site; if unsure who to contact, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Forms 10-402A and
10-402B are updated and must be used beginning
March 8, 2021
- Form 10-401 Permit to
Drill Application, Form 10-403 AD Annular Disposal Application, and Form
10-423 Report of Annular Disposal are updated and must be used on or
April 1, 2021
Industry Guidance Bulletins
Public Hearing Guidelines
Applicant's instructions for Public Hearings
Proposed Repeal of Regulations
The Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (AOGCC) has repealed outdated, unnecessary, or duplicative provisions of 20, AAC 25.005(c)(3), 20 AAC 25.035(a), 20 AAC 25.037, 20 AAC 25.047, 20 AAC 25.225, 20 AAC 25.245, 20 AAC 25.320, 20 AAC 25.260, 20 AAC 25.527(a) and 20 AAC 25.528.
The Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (AOGCC) proposes to repeal regulation changes in 20 AAC 25. of the Alaska Administrative Code. The Commission proposes to repeal 20 AAC 25.037 well control requirements for other drilling and completion operations; 20 AAC 25.047 reserve pits and tankage; 20 AAC 25.225 potential of gas wells; 20 AAC 25.245 common production facilities; 20 AAC 25.260 illegal production, 20 AAC 25.528 open pit storage of oil and 20 AAC 25.320 filing of forms.
Updated Bonding Requirements 20 AAC 25.025
EPA Memorandums of Agreement
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