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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 4. Conservation And Natural Resources
Title 4. Conservation And Natural Resources
Agency 25. Department Of Mines, Minerals And Energy
7/28/2021

Chapter 160. Virginia Gas and Oil Board RegulationsRead Chapter

Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Authority and applicability
Section 30
Administrative provisions
Section 40
Notice of hearings
Section 50
Applications for field rules
Section 60
Applications for exceptions to minimum well spacing requirements
Section 70
Applications to pool interests in a drilling unit: conventional gas or oil or no conflicting claims to coalbed methane gas ownership
Section 80
Applications to pool interests in a drilling unit: conflicting claims to coalbed methane gas ownership
Section 90
Standards for escrow accounts
Section 100
Allowable cost which may be shared in pooled gas or oil operations
Section 110
Recordkeeping
Section 120
Applications to change the unit operator for a unit established by order of the board
Section 130
Appeals of the director's decisions
Section 140
Miscellaneous petitions to the board
Section 150
Effective dates for and enforcement of board orders
Section 160
[Repealed]
Section 190
Civil charges
Section 200
Surveys and tests
Section 210
[Repealed]

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