List of AOGCC's publicly available datasets and web applications.
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Public Database extract made available in Access.
Provides well info and history, including their production and injection records as well as facility
info and their Natural
Gas Liquid (NGL) records.
Latest version of the data miner web application.
Listing of Alaska's Hydraulically fractured wells
AOGCC's Laserfiche® database containing well history files.
Completed Reports are received within 60 days after completion and processed on a weekly basis.
Browse and Search for various types of Orders – Area Exemption Orders (AEO), Area Injection Orders (AIO),
Conservation Orders (CO),
Disposal Injection Orders (DIO), Enhanced Recovery Injection Orders (ERIO), Storage
Injection Orders (SIO), and Other Orders (OO). Enforcements and violations can be
found within Other Orders.
Release Dates and Extensions
Digital data from wells drilled on State lands can obtained by contacting
AOGCC Customer service.
Note: Please submit a completed
data request form attached to your email request.
The information presented in the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission's Oil
and Gas Information System is derived from our public well and production files and databases.
The source documents in the Commission's files remain the official record. The Commission
provides this information as a convenience to the public, with the understanding that it
is not guaranteed to be accurate, correct or complete. The information presented here is
not suitable for site-specific decision-making such as determining well courses, or for making
financial or any other commitments. The Commission assumes no responsibility for any errors
or omissions and makes no express or implied warranties with respect to the character, function,
or capabilities of these products or their appropriateness for any user's purposes. To assist
the Commission in the maintenance of this information, users should document errors, discrepancies,
or omissions and report them to the Commission.