Nev. Admin. Code § 522.250 - Identification of wells

1. Each well which is being drilled or is capable of producing must be identified by a sign posted on the derrick or not more than 100 feet from the well.
2. The sign must be of durable construction. The lettering must be kept in legible condition and be large enough to be legible under normal conditions at a distance of 50 feet. The wells on each lease or property must be numbered in nonrepetitive, logical and distinctive sequence. Each sign must show the number of the well, the name of the lease, which must be different and distinctive for each lease, the name of the lessee, owner or operator and the location by quarter section, township and range.
3. The division will assign to each well an identification number of the American Petroleum Institute when the drilling permit is approved. This number must be used for identification in:
(a) Electronic data processing; and
(b) The forms listed in NAC 522.480 to 522.520, inclusive, and section 1 of this regulation, which must also show the name of the company, the number of the lease and the number of the well.


Nev. Admin. Code § 522.250
[Div. of Mineral Res., § 214, eff. 12-20-79]-(NAC A by Dep't of Minerals, 7-22-87); A by R081-15, eff. 12/21/2015

NRS 522.040

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