30 CFR 250.289 - What must the Conceptual Plan contain?

§ 250.289 What must the Conceptual Plan contain?

In the Conceptual Plan, you must explain the general design basis and philosophy that you will use to develop the field. You must include the following information:

(a) An overview of the development concept(s);

(b) A well location plat;

(c) The system control type (i.e., direct hydraulic or electro-hydraulic); and

(d) The distance from each of the wells to the host platform.

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