Office of Conservation
James "Jim" H. Welsh
The Office of Conservation is charged with conserving and regulating oil, gas, and lignite resources of the state. This statutory responsibility is to regulate the exploration and production of oil, gas and other hydrocarbons and lignite; to control and allocate energy supplies and distribution; and to protect public safety and the environment from oilfield waste, including regulation of underground injection and disposal practices.
The Commissioner of Conservation is responsible for administering all activities involving the conservation and development of all natural and mineral resources of the state. The Commissioner also oversees the administration of six divisions and three district offices within the Office of Conservation.
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Operators are required to file their (UIC-24) Quarterly Class I Waste Disposal Well Reports on-line. Read memorandum here
Operators are required to file their (UIC-10) Louisiana Class II Saltwater Disposal and Enhanced Recovery Injection Well Reports on-line. Read memorandum here
Operators are required to file their (UIC-33/34) Louisiana Class II (Solution-Mining) Injection Well Monitoring Log Reports on-line. Read memorandum here
Operators are required to submit well logs in electronic format. Read requirements here.
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