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ONRR ONRR Onshore Production Handbook Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity Reporter Handbook 2

Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity Minerals Production Reporting Handbook (cont.) 3 Industry Compliance

Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity Minerals Production Reporting Handbook (cont.) 4 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data

Professionalism & Integrity Weighted average sample calculations 5 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity

Weighted average sample calculations 6 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity Appendices

7 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity Appendix A ONRR Operator Number ONRR assigns a five-character operator number unique to each reporter for use in the

financial accounting system. The operator number is required on the PASR, and OGOR -A, -B, and -C. 8 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity Appendix B

ONRR Lease, Unit, or Communization Number ONRR assigns a 10- or 11-character lease, unit, or communitization number to identify each Federal or Indian mineral lease. You use the ONRR lease, unit, or communitization number on the PASR and OGOR-A, -B, and -C. 9 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data

Professionalism & Integrity Appendix C Production Month Codes A production month refers to the time span that applies to a report. The Production Month field is chosen using a drop down menu in eCommerce. 10 Industry Compliance

Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity Appendix D Action Codes The action code indicates whether a line should be added (A) or deleted (D). The following codes are valid on the PASR and OGOR -A, -B, and -C. Use A (add) to enter new information on an Original, Modify, or Replace report or to enter detail lines that replace deleted lines on a Modify report. Use D (delete) only on a Modify report to remove a detail line entered on

a previously submitted report. If you use D, you must check Modify in the Report Type field. NOTE: The delete line must be reported before the add line. 11 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity Appendix F API Well Numbers

ONRR identifies each well with a unique, permanent API well number and a completion code/producing interval. The API well number is assigned to each wellbore by BSEE or BLM. 12 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity

Appendix F API Well Numbers The standard API well number is structured as follows: 13 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity

Appendix G Producing Interval Codes The producing interval code is a three-character standard format code assigned by BLM or BSEE. The numeric portion is uniquely and permanently related to a specific completion zone or producing configuration within a wellbore. The letter of the code is assigned based upon the number of tubing strings in the wellbore that are capable of production. 14 Industry Compliance

Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity Appendix G continued 15 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity

Appendix G continued 16 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity Appendix H Well Codes Onshore well codes:

Onshore operators may use the three- or fiveletter codes listed in Table H-1 (use first code listed) 17 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity Appendix H continued Well status/type code

The two-digit well status/type code describes the overall status of a well on the last day of the production month. 18 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity Appendix I

Appendix I ONRR assigned numbers and codes that indicate means of Product Removal. It is used on OGOR B and C. 19 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity The OGOR-B accounts for the total disposition of lease/agreement production for

each product produced on OGOR-A. Disposition may include direct sales, transfers, and lease/agreement use. The OGOR-C accounts for production and sales attributable to a lease/agreement produced into inventory before the production is sold from a storage facility. It identifies beginning inventories, ending inventories, production, sales, and adjustments. 2Digit Numeric Code, for example:Digit Numeric Code, for example: 01 Sales Royalty Due 08 Spilled or Lost (Avoidable) Royalty Due 09 Sales Not Subject to Royalty 10 Produced into Facility 11 Transferred to Facility 21/22 Flared OilDigit Numeric Code, for example:Well/GasDigit Numeric Code, for example:Well G2Digit Numeric Code, for example:Digit Numeric Code, for 61/62 Vented Oil Digit Numeric Code, for example:Well/Gas Digit Numeric Code, for example:Well

Gas 20 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity Lets Explore the Columns 21

Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity Examples of Disposition Codes: Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity

DC 12 & 13 23 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity Examples of Adjustment Codes:

Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity Oil and Gas Operations Report Relationship Between Parts 25 Industry Compliance

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Professionalism & Integrity Multiple Adjustments for OGORC Enter multiple inventory adjustments for a facility as one entry using the adjustment code of the largest volume adjustment. Adjustment Code Example regarding multiple AC codes for the OGOR C: Utilize the Comments Section to explain the multiple codes. Operator Change with water draw off in the same month AC 47 122 bbl and AC 32 -230 bbl = AC 32 -108

28 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity List of OGOR Examples 29 Industry Compliance

Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity Contact your PRC with Questions 30 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data

Professionalism & Integrity New Disposition Codes 31 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity Industry Compliance

Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity Appendix J Facility/Measurement Point Number The FMP number consists of a type code, State code, county code, and sequence number to uniquely identify each facility or measurement point. Currently, FMPs are required only for offshore

reporters/properties, with the exception of gas plant FMPs. 33 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity Appendix J Facility/Measurement Point Number continued These FMP numbers are structured as shown

below. 34 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity Appendix K Commingling Codes

A one-digit commingling code identifies whether the FMP measures on-lease, offlease, or commingled production. These codes are used on the FMP. 35 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity Appendix K

Commingling Codes Possible commingling values are shown below. 36 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity

Appendix L Product Codes The two-digit product code uniquely identifies and tracks the various products obtained from Federal and Indian leases. This code is used on the OGOR-C. Oil and gas product code assignments are shown below. 37 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data

Professionalism & Integrity Appendix L continued 38 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity

Appendix L continued 39 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity Appendix M Explanation of Schematic Symbols Below is a sample of symbols that are used

consistently on schematic representations of production sites. 40 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity Appendix O

Contact Information Use these addresses, websites and telephone numbers for obtaining information regarding production reporting to ONRR. 41 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity

Appendix O continued 42 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity Appendix O continued

43 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity Appendix O continued 44 Industry Compliance

Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity Production Reporting References 45 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data

Professionalism & Integrity eCommerce Warning Edits Purpose: To provide to assist the reporter in resolving OGOR processing issues and avoid Fatal Error Edits being received at ONRR. 46 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data

Professionalism & Integrity Background Warnings are placed in eCommerce to alert the reporter to information on the OGOR that is not compatible with information found within the ONRRs system. eCommerce allows warnings to go forward on the OGOR submission even though several of these warnings will create fatal errors on the OGOR once it processes through the overnight batch run. In the past when operators called in with these warnings they were told to submit the report, resulting

in unnecessary fatal rejects on ONRRs side. Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity How to Resolve eCommerce Errors on OGOR production reports *See complete listing here: https://onrr.gov/ReportPay/references.htm Industry Compliance

Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity 48 How to Resolve eCommerce Errors - continued 49 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data

Professionalism & Integrity Warnings Edits The warning we will cover today are: 11286: Well status different from that in Reference Data 11264: Tubing string does not match the tubing string in data base. 11280: Volumes required for gas or water 11761: Beginning Inventory must match ending inventory from prior month

Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity WARNING EDIT 11286 Well status different than that in Reference Data Meaning: The well status code found on OGOR A does not match the status in ONRRs well panels. This normally is a shut-in or Temporary Abandon well is being reported and ONRR has a producing well.

Action to take: Submit the OGOR, as the system will let the report process and not create a Fatal Error. Contact BLM and/or your land department to ensure updated Sundries have been submitted for the well status. Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity Warning Edit 11264

Tubing string does not match the tubing string on the database Will create fatal error as the API is not recognized in the ONRR system. Example would be API 1234567810 S01 is reported with an S02. How to fix: Go back to the lease and line indicated in the warning and look at the OGOR A. Verify the correct production interval is being used. If correct, then contact your ONRR analyst to determine the cause for the warning.

Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity Warning Edit 11280 Volumes required for Gas and Water The OGOR A status is for a Producing Gas well or water source well. Will receive this when well status shown is for producing well with no production being reported.

Verify if the well produced that month or not. If not, change the status to shut-in. If there is production present, then add production volumes to the report. BE SURE TO COMPARE THE OGOR A TO OGOR B AFTER YOUR CORRECTIONS ARE MADE. Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity Warning Edit 11761

Beginning Inventory must match Ending Inventory from prior month Will create a fatal error edit when report is received at ONRR. What actions to take when receiving this warning. Identify the lease being impacted. Compare the Ending Inventory from the prior month report. If not matching, then determine which Inventory is correct. If the Prior month is wrong, then file replacement report to correct. Industry Compliance

Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity Warning Edit 11761 Continued If Inventories match, then compare the Ending Inventory of the Production Month being reported to the Beginning Inventory of the subsequent month. If the inventories match, then submit the report. Notes: The system now looks forward and backwards when comparing Inventories. If the prior month is incorrect, then look at the next few subsequent months as the error from the incorrect ending inventory will have carried forward into those months as well. This only applies when reporting OGORs that are missing or Need to be refiled.

If the report with the warning is the most current report due, then only check the prior month inventory. When in doubt, call your Analyst!!! 55 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity

Gas Plant List for Offshore and Onshore *See complete listing here: https://onrr.gov/ReportPay/references.htm 56 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity

Questions? Please ask now. 57 Industry Compliance Accurate Revenues & Data Professionalism & Integrity

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