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DACC IRP #30 - Temporary Wellbore Suspensions


IRP 30 includes planning, execution, and post-execution monitoring of temporary well shut-ins or suspensions, as well as reactivation recommendations for cased oil and gas wells.
November 29, 2023

This is a newly drafted IRP and has had the involvement of both the upstream petroleum industry and relevant regulators. IRP 30 promotes a risk-based approach to planning and deciding whether to shut in or suspend a well. It identifies specific risk categories and parameters for assessing risk and enabling informed decisions about the most appropriate course of action for the well. The goal of adopting a risk-based approach is to enhance the analysis of risks, ensuring more consistent and effective well shut-ins and suspensions while safeguarding workers, the public and the environment.

Developer: DACC
Sponsor Organizations: CAPP, Enserva, CAOEC, EPAC
Current Status: Available for industry review until Friday, March 29, 2024
Feedback: To provide feedback or comments on IRP 30, please use the Feedback Form and send to safety@energysafetycanada.com.

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