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1 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Training Session September 27, 2004 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Energizing the flow of information

2 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Non Operators – Retrieving data from the Registry

3 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Retrieving data from the Registry Non operators have a need to know for a well, well group or unit where they have an working interest ownership in: the gross volume and/or energy and their net share of volume and/or energy Operators must submit volumetric data, which identifies the gross volume and/or energy at each operated facility and well.

4 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Retrieving data from the Registry (con’t) Operators must submit allocations identifying individual ownership for gas & by product crown royalty triggers Operators can submit allocations identifying individual ownership for all products and activities reported. (Partner reporting) The number and type of allocations submitted by the facility operator determines what net volume and/or energy data can be retrieved from the Registry. Only data that has been submitted can be retrieved.

5 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Retrieving data from the Registry (con’t) Crown Royalty Allocations only means that non operating partners (Working Interest Owners): –Can retrieve their net volume and energy gas and by-product crown royalty information from the Registry. –Can use the information to compare to or accrue for the gas & by-product crown royalties charged by DOE. –Can use the gas dispositions (sales) to confirm the volume and energy against revenue received.

6 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Retrieving data from the Registry (con’t) Allocations for all products and activities means that non operating partners (WIO) can in addition to the crown royalty related information: Retrieve all their net volume and energy information for all products and activities from the Registry eliminating the need for a partner reporting volume package from the operator. Use this information to book/record their volume share of production, inventories, sales etc. for oil and other products.

7 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Allocation – WIO report This report provides by facility, stream and production month: the gross and net owner (WIO) share of volumes and/or energy for each applicable product and activity. the calculated net volume and/or energy is based on the gross volumetric record and the applicable allocation.

8 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Allocation – WIO report (con’t) This report can be used to: Validate information against revenues received on cheque exchange day Confirm your share of gross is correct Book accruals for non operated properties This report should be requested each month after the EUB deadline (18 th -20 th ) but before cheque exchange day (25 th )

9 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Allocation – WIO report (con’t) The data on the report is limited to the allocations submitted by the facility operators. If data is missing from the report. Contact the operator to confirm if allocations have been filed. Confirm if the operator is submitting allocations for partner purposes, such as gas production or oil related items (inventory etc.) Currently not all operators and/or their vendor systems are ready and able to report allocations for non royalty trigger items. Some upgrades required will not be implemented until 2005.

10 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta

11 Allocation – WIO report DefaultAlternate Choice(s)Recommend every 30 days – Current items Recommend every 30 days – Amended items Start Production monthLast completed production month Any production month since Default End Production monthLast completed production month Any production up to current DefaultDefault minus one month Start Submission dateCut-off (EUB deadline) for last production month minus one month Any date since start of Registry Default End Submission dateToday’s dateAny date up to and including today Default OperatorsAll except RequestorAll or List (1 or more)Default if only requiring non operated info Reporting FacilitiesAllList (1 or more)Default StreamsAllList (1 or more)Default ProductsAllSelect (1 or more)Default ActivitiesAllSelect (1 or more)Default From/To FacilitiesAllList (1 or more)Default Report FormatPDFCSV or bothBoth or CSV only if data is to be manipulated

12 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Allocation – WIO report PDF

13 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Volumetric Facility Activity report This report provides by facility and production month: the gross volumes and/or energy for each applicable product and activity. information previously available on “S” reports

14 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Volumetric Facility Activity report (con’t) This report can be used to: Identify gross volumes, hours and energy at facilities and wells. Determine if your volumes are reasonable at the facility level, i.e. your share of production compares to your share of disposition. Cumulative months of data can identify treads of production increase or decline.

15 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta

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17 Volumetric Facility Activity report PDF

18 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Allocation – OAF report This report provides by facility, stream and production month: the net owner (WIO) share of volumes and/or energy for each applicable product and activity. the Registry calculated and operator submitted net volume and/or energy.

19 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Allocation – OAF report (con’t) When the WIO report information does not match revenue volumes received, this report can be used to: Identify if the operator submitted owner volumes were recalculated by the Registry. Review with the operator instances when differences between submitted and calculated volumes are too large to be associated with rounding issues.

20 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta

21 Allocation – OAF reportDefaultAlternate Choice(s)Recommend every 30 days – Current items Recommend every 30 days – Amended items Start Production monthLast completed production month Any production month since Default End Production monthLast completed production month Any production up to current DefaultDefault less one month Start Submission dateCut-off (EUB deadline) for last production month minus one Any date since start of Registry Default End Submission dateToday’s dateAny date up to and including today Default OperatorsList – BA requesting report All or List (1 or more)All Reporting FacilitiesAllList (1 or more)Default ProductsAllSelect (1 or more)Default ActivitiesAllSelect (1 or more)Default StreamsAllList (1 or more)Default OwnersList – BA requesting the report All *Default Report FormatPDFCSV or bothBoth or CSV only if data is to be manipulated * Only the operator who submitted allocation can see data for all owners

22 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Allocation – OAF report PDF

23 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Summary/Wrap up Focus Items for Non-Operators (WIOs): How to retrieve net share of volumes and/or energy – Allocation WIO report How to retrieve gross volume and/or energy data – Volumetric Facility Activity report How to identify variances between submitted and calculated allocation volumes – Allocation OAF report

24 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Summary/Wrap up (con’t) Your comments are appreciated to assist in future training sessions. If you have any questions or comments about the content of this presentation, please them to: or fax them to us at


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