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This final rule becomes effective on May 29, The incorporation by reference of certain publications listed in the rule is approved by the Director of the Federal Register as of June 4, The proposed rule would also include reforms in the areas of well design, well control, casing, cementing, real-time well monitoring, and subsea containment.

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Safety and pollution prevention equipment lifecycle analysis, production safety systems, subsurface safety devices, and safety device testing. The Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement BSEE is extending the public comment period on the proposed rule regarding adjustments to cost recovery fees, pai was published in the Federal Register on November 17, 81 FR Submit comments by September 12, However, BSEE has received multiple requests from various stakeholders to extend the comment period.

Summary This final rule amends the BSEE oil and gas resources regulations to update some fees that cover BSEE’s cost of processing and filing certain documents relating to its oil and rl resources program. The changes in this proposed rule are necessary to bolster human safety, environmental protection, and regulatory 14t of critical equipment involving production safety systems.

This proposed rule would require that all cranes that lessees or operators mount on any fixed platforms after the effective date of the final rule comply with the Seventh Edition of API Spec.

Summary BSEE is establishing a final rule to incorporate by reference 12 additional production measurement industry standards into the regulations governing oil, gas, and sulphur operations in the Outer Continental Shelf. Safety and pollution prevention equipment design and maintenance, production safety systems, subsurface safety devices, and safety device testing.

This rule amends the regulations to require lessees and owners of operating rights to submit summaries of actual decommissioning expenditures incurred after completion of certain decommissioning activities for oil and gas and sulphur operations on the Outer Continental Shelf.

This final rule will also incorporate guidance from several Notices to Lessees and Operators NTLs and revise provisions related to drilling, workover, completion, and decommissioning operations to enhance safety and environmental protection.

The rule establishes additional requirements for conducting job safety analyses JSA for activities identified in an operator’s SEMS program. The BSEE may not fully consider comments received after this date. The intent of proposing to incorporate this revised standard into BSEE regulations is to improve the safety of cranes mounted on fixed platforms that are installed on the Outer Continental Shelf OCS. However, BSEE received requests from various stakeholders to extend the comment period.

The BSEE reviewed the extension requests and determined that a day comment period extension—to July 16, —is appropriate. The 14g of Safety and Environmental Enforcement BSEE proposes to amend the regulations requiring lessees and owners of operating rights to submit summaries of actual decommissioning expenditures incurred for certain decommissioning activities related to oil and gas and sulfur operations on the Outer Continental Shelf OCS.

United States Code U. BSEE will consider all comments received by January 17, Submit comments by November 24, However, BSEE has received a request from an offshore oil and gas industry association to extend the comment period. Submit comments to the Office of Management and Budget OMB on the information collection burden in this proposed rule by December 19, Written comments must be received by the extended due date of May 27, The BSEE has reviewed the extension request and determined that a day comment period extension—to December 24, —is appropriate.

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Submit comments by April 27, Submit comments by July 10, The incorporation by reference of certain publications listed in the rule is approved by the Director of the Federal Register as of November 7, The BSEE has reviewed the extension requests and determined that a day comment period extension is appropriate.

Written comments must be received by the extended due date of February 16, Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement BSEE is finalizing new regulations to consolidate into one part the equipment and operational requirements that are found in various subparts of BSEE’s regulations pertaining to offshore oil and gas drilling, completions, workovers, and decommissioning.

The original public comment period would end on November 24, The proposed rule would address and implement multiple recommendations resulting from various investigations of the Deepwater Horizon incident.

You may submit comments to the Office of Management and Budget OMB on the information collection burden in this proposed rule by June 11, This proposed rule would focus, at this r, on blowout preventer BOP requirements, including incorporation of industry standards and revising existing regulations. However, BSEE has received multiple requests from various industry representatives to extend the comment period.

Code Rulemaking What Cites Me. Submit comments by June 16, Additional Documents type regulations. The incorporation by reference of certain publications listed in the rule is approved by the Director of the Federal Register as of July 28, The BSEE is seeking comments on improving safety for operations related to helicopters and helidecks on fixed offshore facilities.

The proposed rule would expand the scope of the current regulations to require lessees, owners of operating rights, and right-of-way ROW holders to submit summaries of actual expenditures incurred for pipeline decommissioning activities. These changes include, but are not limited to: The comment period for tp Notice of Proposed Rulemaking published on February 24,80 FR has been extended.

BSEE has reviewed the extension requests and determined that a day comment period extension—to February 16, —is appropriate.

This rule will result in more accurate and efficient measurement of oil and gas production. While you can ask us in your comment to withhold your personal identifying information from public review, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to do so. The incorporation by reference of certain publications listed in the rule is approved by the Director of the Federal Register as of May 29, Accordingly, after thoroughly reexamining the original Blowout Preventer Systems and Well Control final aip WCRexperiences from the implementation process, and BSEE policy, BSEE proposes to amend, revise, or remove current regulatory provisions that create unnecessary burdens on stakeholders while ensuring safety and environmental protection.

Submit comments by October 21, As an alternative to incorporating or developing such standards, BSEE invites comments on whether to require submission of aviation-related safety plans for helidecks and offshore aviation fuel systems on Outer Continental Shelf OCS facilities. This final rule focuses on blowout preventer BOP and 14t requirements, including incorporation of industry standards and revision of existing regulations, and adopts reforms in the areas of well design, well control, casing, cementing, real-time well monitoring, and subsea containment.