Nev. Admin. Code § 522.212 - Fee for permit to drill
1. A person desiring to drill and operate an oil or gas well must pay to the Division a fee as follows:
(a) For a conventional well on public or private land, $1,000.
(b) For a hydraulic fracturing well on federally-owned land, $3,500.
(c) For a hydraulic fracturing well on private or state-owned land, $4,500.
2. An application to reclassify a well from a conventional well for which a permit to drill or operate has been issued to a hydraulic fracturing well must be accompanied by a fee in an amount equal to the difference between the fee for a permit to drill or operate a conventional well and the fee for a permit to drill or operate a hydraulic fracturing well, according to the fee schedule prescribed in subsection 1.
3. An application to change the terms of a permit to drill or operate a conventional well or hydraulic fracturing well after the well has been drilled must be submitted on Form 4 and accompanied by a fee of:
(a) For administrative changes, $100; or
(b) For all other changes, $300.
4. As used in this section:
(a) "Conventional well" means an oil or gas well that is not intended to be hydraulically fractured.
(b) "Hydraulic fracturing well" means an oil or gas well that is intended to be hydraulically fractured.
NRS 522.050, as amended by section 1.5 of Senate Bill No. 44, chapter 36, Statutes of Nevada 2015, at page 173
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