Oil & Gas Regulatory Data

The following data sets are available either on CD or by FTP. Pricing does not include the cost of CDs and postage. Note: All data is provided in the original ASCII and EBCDIC formats. Conversion of data and choice of conversion tools is the responsibility of the user.  Refer to the General Ordering page for further details.

Certificate of Authorization (P-4)

High Cost Gas

High Cost Gas (Tight Sands Only)

Mineral Interest Pooling Act (MIP)

Natural Gas Policy Act

Oil and Gas Docket

Organization Report (P-5)

Gas Processing Plants (R-3)

Underground Injection Control

 


Organization Report (P-5), FTP Price: $ 20.00

Format: ASCII, EBCDIC - The conversion of the data and choice of conversion tools is the responsibility of the user.

All organizations involved in oil and gas activities in Texas are required to file an Organizational Report (form P-5) with the Railroad Commission annually. This file provides information on all organizations that have properly filed the form P-5 with the Commission and includes both active and inactive organizations.

Please review the user manual for additional details (PDF version or Word version). (Publication #ORA001. Hard copy purchase price, $9.00)

 

Certificate of Authorization (P-4)

Format: EBCDIC The conversion of the data in EBCDIC format and choice of conversion tools is the responsibility of the user. 

Operators are required to file a form P-4 to establish the operator of an oil lease, gas well, or other well; certify responsibility for regulatory compliance, including plugging the well(s) in accordance with Statewide Rule 14, Plugging; and identify gatherers, purchasers, and purchasers' RRC-assigned system codes authorized for each producing well or lease. Information on the file includes the following: district, field, lease, oil lease/gas well ID, purchaser system, the percent of gas gathered by split connections, the market of the gas, the effective date of the filing, the purpose of the filing, the RRC approval date for the form P-4, and who the gatherers/purchasers/nominators are.

Please review the user manual for additional details (PDF version or Word version). (Publication #P4A002. Hard copy purchase price, $18.00)

 FTP Price
Oil and Gas (Complete) $184.00
Oil Only (Abbreviated) $ 67.00
Gas Only (Abbreviated) $ 81.00

 

Underground Injection Control, FTP Price: $ 140.00

Format: ASCII, EBCDIC - The conversion of the data and choice of conversion tools is the responsibility of the user.

The Underground Injection Control (UIC) Well Inventory System was implemented in January 1980. This file contains information related to all underground injection wells in Texas, including inventory and permit specific data, H-10 monitoring data, H-5 pressure testing data, and UIC enforcement action data. In 1988, a monitoring system was established and enforcement information was added to the RRC automated files for this system.

Please review the user manual for additional details (PDF version or Word version). (Publication #UIA010. Hard copy purchase price, $12.00)

 

Oil and Gas Docket, FTP Price: $ 60.00

Format: EBCDIC The conversion of the data in EBCDIC format and choice of conversion tools is the responsibility of the user. 

The Oil and Gas Docket database assists the Commission's legal staff in managing and processing cases before the Commission. It tracks each case from the time an application is received until it is completed. A case may include new field discoveries, exceptions to statewide rules, suspension of allocation formulas, density exceptions, field rules, waste oil movement, etc. The database includes general information pertaining to events or matters requiring decisions by the Commission, such as: applicant/operator, date request filed, dates various actions taken, disposition, type request with general description, legal representative, county, field name and number, and well plugging enforcement actions.

Please review the user manual for additional details (PDF version or Word version). (Publication #ODA037. Hard copy purchase price, $20.00)

 

Natural Gas Policy Act, FTP Price: $ 20.00

Format: ASCII, EBCDIC - The conversion of the data and choice of conversion tools is the responsibility of the user.

The Natural Gas Policy Act (NGPA) system contains information on the NGPA Section 107 gas from tight sands, completions below 15,000 feet, devonian shale, coal seams, or geopressured brine in master file and interested party file datatsets. The master file includes operator name and address; well number, lease or well ID number, and district; docket number; and date of first production for the high-cost gas incentive program.

Please review the user manual for additional details (PDF version or Word version). (Publication #NGA002. Hard copy purchase price, $10.00)

 

High Cost Gas, FTP Price: $ 10.00

Format: ASCII The conversion of the data in ASCII format and choice of conversion tools is the responsibility of the user. 

This file contains information on every application for high cost gas severance tax incentive certification. This includes information on tight sands, deep gas, and other as specified by the operator. Gas from wells defined as high cost gas wells under Section 107 of the old Federal Natural Gas Policy Act (NGPA) may be eligible for a state severance tax reduction or exemption. Section 107 includes gas from tight sands, completions below 15,000 feet, Devonian shale, coal seams, or geopressured brine. For applicability refer to Statewide Rule 101 (c)(2).  Wells must be spudded or completed after May 24, 1989.

Please review the user manual for additional details (PDF version or Word version).

 

High Cost Gas (Tight Sands Only), FTP Price: $ 10.00

Format: ASCII The conversion of the data in ASCII format and choice of conversion tools is the responsibility of the user.

This file contains information on every application for high cost gas severance tax incentive certification for tight sands. Gas from wells defined as high cost gas wells under Section 107 of the old Federal Natural Gas Policy Act (NGPA) may be eligible for a state severance tax reduction or exemption. Section 107 includes gas from tight sands, completions below 15,000 feet, Devonian shale, coal seams, or geopressured brine. For applicability refer to Statewide Rule 101 (c)(2).  Wells must be spudded or completed after May 24, 1989.

Please review the user manual for additional details (PDF version or Word version).

 

Mineral Interest Pooling Act (MIP), FTP Price: $ 20.00

Format: Listing

This file contains information on all cases from the oil and gas docket dealing with the Mineral Interest Pooling Act (MIP).   Note: this file is also available as a computer generated paper listing (see Computer Generated Listings Available in Paper)

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Gas Processing Plants (R-3) , FTP Price: $ 29.00

Format: EBCDIC The conversion of the data in EBCDIC format and choice of conversion tools is the responsibility of the user. 

The R-3 database includes information from the most recent 26 months of filings. Note that section VIII and IX are not available as these sections are not keyed into the system.

Please review the user manual for additional details (PDF version or Word version).

Last Updated: 7/5/2016 4:18:44 PM