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|RAPID/Geothermal/Alaska/Drilling & Well Development +||All wells drilled in support or in search of the recovery or production of geothermal resources must comply with 20 AAC 25.705-.740. The developer should submit a Permit to Drill (Form 10-401) before drilling or redrilling a well or re-entering an abandoned well (20 AAC 25.005). Upon application, the AOGCC will classify a well as:
*development, either oil or gas;
|RAPID/Geothermal/California/Drilling & Well Development +||Before drilling can commense, an approved Notice of Intention (NOI) to Drill (OGG105) must be approved by the appropriated DOGGR District Office. The application is required for temperature gradient wells, exploratory wells, Observation wells and injection wells.|
|RAPID/Geothermal/Colorado/Drilling & Well Development +||A permit issued by the State Engineer must be obtained prior to construction or use of any geothermal well. According to the Office of the State Engineer's Rules and Regulations for Permitting the Development and Appropriation of Geothermal Resources Through the Use of Wells, “Geothermal Well” means a well that is constructed for the purpose of exploration, use of a geothermal resource, or reinjection of a geothermal fluid.|
|RAPID/Geothermal/Federal/Drilling & Well Development +||[[Bureau of Land Management - E-Forms | Geothermal Drilling Permit (Form 3260-002)]]|
|RAPID/Geothermal/Hawaii/Drilling & Well Development +||A developer seeking to drill, modify, or modify the use of a well for exploration or development must receive a drilling or modification permit prior to conducting the operation.|
|RAPID/Geothermal/Idaho/Drilling & Well Development +||Any person, owner or operator who proposes to construct a well for the production of geothermal resources or to construct an injection well must obtain a Permit to Drill for Geothermal Resources from the [[Idaho Department of Water Resources]].|
|RAPID/Geothermal/Montana/Drilling & Well Development +||Currently, Montana does not have a well-established process for obtaining a permit to drill for geothermal resources. Interested developers should contact the [[Montana Department of Natural Resources & Conservation | MDNRC]] for information and requirements.|
|RAPID/Geothermal/Nevada/Drilling & Well Development +||If a developer plans on drilling a single well, the developer must submit an application for a permit to drill or operate an individual geothermal well to the [[Nevada Division of Minerals]] on a form provided by the Administrator. Except as otherwise provided in NAC 534A.196.
If a developer plans on drilling multiple exploratory wells in a defined project area, the developer must submit a Geothermal Project Area Permit application to the [[Nevada Division of Minerals]].
If a developer plans to make minor changes to an existing well, the developer must submit a Sundry Notice to the [[Nevada Division of Minerals]]|
|RAPID/Geothermal/New Mexico/Drilling & Well Development +||Permit to Drill|
|RAPID/Geothermal/Oregon/Drilling & Well Development +||Developers seeking to commence drilling, redrilling, or deepening of a geothermal well must obtain a Geothermal Well Permit from the [[Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries]].|
|RAPID/Geothermal/Texas/Drilling & Well Development +||The [[Railroad Commission of Texas]] (RRC) requires the appropriate drilling permits and supporting documentation for exploratory wells, commercial drilling operations, geothermal wells, and co-production wells.|
|RAPID/Geothermal/Utah/Drilling & Well Development +||Developers must obtain approval from the [[Utah Division of Water Rights]] (Division) before conducting geothermal drilling operations where the geothermal resources are greater than 120°C. Developers must file a Notice of Intent to Drill (NOI) with the Division before drilling, redrilling, deepening, permanently altering the casing of, or abandoning a well.|
|RAPID/Geothermal/Washington/Drilling & Well Development +||Drilling Permit|