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The Petroleum Registry of Alberta REGISTRY INFORMATION SESSION May 29, 2003.

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1 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta REGISTRY INFORMATION SESSION May 29, 2003

2 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Panel Members Ann Hagedorn - Industry Coordinator Eileen Dickson - EUB Representative Farhat Siddiqui - Business Change Manager Ross Weaver - Industry Manager Wally Goeres - Registry Manager Additional Team Members Shane Moore - Service Desk Team Lead Sheryl Moody - Executive Assistant/Training Administrator

3 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Information Session Approach 1.Registry Operations Update – Wally Goeres 2.Current “Hot Topics” – Ann Hagedorn 3.EUB Update – Eileen Dickson 4.Provisional Assessment Update – Farhat Siddiqui 5.Registry Enhancements – Ross Weaver 6.Open Questions 7.Gas Received from a Pipeline If at any time you have a new question…fill out a card Questions/clarification requests from the floor…please speak up!

4 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta REGISTRY OPERATIONS UPDATE 1.Original Issues at “Go-Live” – Current Status 2.Performance Initiatives (40+) and Resulting Gains 3.Registry Statistics

5 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta 1. Original Issues at “Go- Live” - Current Status Batch Performance On-line Performance Change Management Statistics Provisional Assessments (DOE) EUB “problem wells” Non-compliance “shadow” fees (EUB)

6 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Batch Performance: Dramatic Improvement March-April sample day: 4x increase in throughput Allocations re-write should bring further increase

7 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta On-line Performance

8 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Change Management Statistics

9 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Change Management Statistics

10 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta 2. Performance Initiatives Observed Improvements – EUB Infrastructure Registry process is keeping pace and turn-around time has improved by 400%.

11 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Observed Improvements - Ministry Reports Registry process kept pace and was completed within 15 minutes of last submission.

12 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Observed Improvements Peak day in March had only 31% of jobs completing within 2 hours

13 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Observed Improvements Peak day in May had 66% of jobs completing within 2 hours

14 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Observed Improvements April’s On-line response time improved 500% as a result of:  Tuning of the On-line Volumetric Edit Submission  Tuning Allocation database indexes

15 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta 3. Registry Statistics (Nov 02- Apr 03) 7236 User IDs established 16.2 million on-line “hits” (50,000/hour at peak periods) Monthly batch transactions (e.g. March 2003) –DOE22,250 –EUB20,414 –Industry23,419 –TOTAL66,083 Service Desk calls to March 03: over 23,000 Training –# of Learners and Supervisors 4,920 –# of folders studied81,848 –# of folders completed75,839 –Total number of online courses62 –Total number of active job aids43 Registry Communications –Broadcast Messages150+ –Tips 40+ –Alerts 60+

16 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Registry Service Desk Statistics Average calls/day 200 Average call duration 6.9 minutes Average speed of answer <30 seconds Target < 75 active assignments Staffing from 10 at peak, now reduced to 6

17 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Current “Hot Topics” USA Passwords Training Modules & Red Folders

18 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Registry USA Passwords Have you changed your PRIMARY_USA password? Currently 519 USA passwords have expired and still require changing. You must change your USA password in the Registry now to avoid problems later After approximately June 15, 2003 these USA passwords will only be changed by contacting Client Registry in Edmonton. You will not be able to use the Registry and do it yourself. The PRIMARY_USA id and the BACKUP_USA id are the only two that can make security and access changes for your BA in the Registry. The USA at your BA can reset the password for another (working) user as necessary.

19 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Training Modules There are more than 19,600 red folders with content that has been updated, but not yet reviewed. WHY SHOULD I CHECK FOR RED FOLDERS? Additional job aids and case studies are being added on an ongoing basis. Online courses are being modified to keep current with Registry changes. Learners are notified within the Performance Support System through RED FOLDERS. Helps you keep pace with changes, staying up to date will save time in the long run We have added an evaluation question that is directly related to the new material – answer the question correctly and the folder will return to a black (complete) status.

20 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta EUB NON-COMPLIANCE UPDATE

21 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta EUB Non Compliance CAPP letter requesting EUB: –Maintain shadow billing until non- compliance reports are working correctly –Review metering difference over 20% and oil imbalance –Grace Period for pending amendment due to auto populated volumes

22 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta EUB Non Compliance Shadow Billing Extended Registry changes are expected to be implemented by the end of June 2003 EUB extension of shadow billing to September production month Payable invoices will be generated for the October production month EUB expects all outstanding errors from Registry inception to be corrected or they will be subject to fees

23 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Metering Difference over 20% and Imbalance Errors EUB has agreed to the following: Oil –No change –The EUB does not concur with a request for a tolerance Gas –No fee on metering differences greater than 20% if the volume does not exceed m 3 –Exception Metering difference 100% or over regardless of volume will continue to be subject to the non-compliance fee Water –No fee on water metering differences –EUB will monitor and if necessary a revised enforcement mechanism may be developed –If required, any enforcement action would be applied only to production months from the date of implementation The EUB reserves the right to require amendments if determined by audit

24 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Grace Period – Pending amendment due to auto populate Following further review and discussion Industry and EUB agreed to monitor the levels of such fees and seek other means of resolving the issue.

25 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Pending DISP and/or Pending PURDISP with no submission Total errors March 2003 February 2003 January 2003 December 2002 November 2002 October 2002  1704  195  339  295  332  262  281

26 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta April Top 4 Errors Metering Difference >20% –Gas –Water Facility is missing for current month Well is missing for current month Imbalance cannot exist for product  1242 –572 –670  994  641  630

27 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta EUB Non Compliance

28 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta EUB Non Compliance

29 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Volumetric Data Errors

30 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta PROVISIONAL ASSESSMENT UPDATE

31 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta PROVISIONAL ASSESSMENT TRENDS

32 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta PROVISIONAL ASSESSMENT CHARGES

33 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta REGISTRY ENHANCEMENTS

34 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Enhancement and Cost Overview Enhancement AreaCost* $000’s Notification/ Inbox Changes55 Pipeline Splits285 Partner Reporting145 Non-Compliance Report CSV Format40 Testing/Training/IRT Requirement75 Total Requirements600 +/- 30% Estimates Company by company charge-out est. now available

35 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Enhancement Items 1. Performance/ Incidents/Stability –Industry's top priority is attainment of targeted performance levels, demonstration of consistent levels of stability month-to- month, and correction of key defects. –Performance targets have been proposed by Industry and are being reviewed by Steering Committee

36 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Enhancement Items 2. Notifications/Inbox –Validation Results: Show "Success" or "Failure" –Validation Results: Show "Description” (file name) –BA Inbox: Return to where left Inbox listing after viewing a notification (Vs Top of listing) –BA Inbox: Permit sort by recipient name

37 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Enhancement Items 3. Pipeline Splits –Server-to-server functionality –Pipeline “accept/reject” function –Allow submission of Shipper list without Shipper BA ID's (DUNs number issue) –Allow custody transfer operators to specify “valid owner” list –Allow reporting of split at stream level such as Unit or Well Group (vs. shipper/ owner/well) –Volumetric truck ticket functionality IRT/IBC reviewing overall support for splits

38 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Enhancement Items 4. Partner Reporting –Functionality to report operator calculated oil crown royalty volumes and the allocation of those volumes to wells/owners –Archive report request parameters. –Functionality to permit access to certain data under the “security blanket” for specified partners

39 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Enhancement Items 5. CSV version of the EUB non- compliance report –Stage 1: Summary report provided in CSV and PDF automatically on user- requested and Registry-generated NC reports. –Stage 2: Detail components also available in CSV

40 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Enhancement Roll-out (1) Notifications/ Inbox –ASAP after funding confirmation Non-Compliance Report in CSV Format –Expected availability later in June. Pipeline Splits –Beta Liquids Pipeline: Testing in May 03 –Further roll-out and development contingent on Producer/ Pipeline support

41 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Enhancement Roll-out (2) Partner Reporting –Confirm Funding Approach –Prepare and test Registry, vendor and client system changes –Beta sites: October 03 (Sept 03 production) begin parallel runs, cutting over to exclusive Registry application as appropriate –All producers migrate to Registry Partner Reporting by March 04

42 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Contacts Registry –Phone (403) (Calgary) –Phone (outside Calgary) –Fax (403) – EUB EUB non compliance issues/questions EUB invoice issues/questions – –Fax (403) –Phone (403) DOE DOE Gas Royalty issues/questions –Fax (780) –Phone (780)

43 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Questions and Answers

44 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Gas Received From a Pipeline Gas flowing in to and out of a pipeline must be through a meter station. There are many different subtypes of meter stations All meter stations are set-up by the pipeline operator Each meter station subtype has specific reporting rules Each meter station is set-up with a unique ID AB MS ####### Each meter station reports gas flowing in a single direction

45 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Gas Received From a Pipeline Subtypes of meter stations 631- Field Receipt 632 – Interconnect with Auto populate 633 – Interconnect with No Auto populate 634 – Interconnect Non Reconciled 635 – Summary or Non Reporting Receipt 636 – Non Reporting 637 – NEB Regulated Field Receipt 638 – NEB Regulated Interconnect Applicable to Producers Applicable to Pipelines only Reported in the “from/to” field only

46 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Gas Received From a Pipeline (Fuel Gas) Field meter stations indicate the gas is received from the field into the meter station and then into the PL Interconnect meter stations indicate the gas is coming from (off) a pipeline Interconnect meter stations can be between two pipelines ie. gas moves from Nova PL to Atco PL ….or Interconnect meter stations can be between one pipeline and a production facility ie. gas moves from Nova PL to BT, GP or IF for fuel

47 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta Gas Received From a Pipeline Subtype 632 used when the pipeline (meter station operator) does not control the measurement of gas. Subtype 633 should be used when the pipeline (meter station operator) controls the measurement of the gas. In both instances The connecting facility operator will be named as CSO (Common Stream Operator). The CSO will report the MS receiving gas from the disposing PL and the other facility (BT, GS, GP, IF or PL) will report the receipt from the MS. Currently auto-populating to upstream facilities is not working for these MS subtypes. This and other additional changes are being looked at to streamline the MS reporting but are not currently available.

48 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta GP BT GS Meter Station Sub Type 632 or 633 Meter Station Sub Type 631 Gas for fuel Gas for Sale PL MS Gas Rec’d From a Pipeline (Return Fuel Example)

49 The Petroleum Registry of Alberta GP BT GS Meter Station Sub Type 632 or 633 Meter Station Sub Type 631 Gas for fuel Gas for Sale PL MS Gas Rec’d From a Pipeline (Purchased for Fuel) BT


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