Welcome to our new new look for the MSOGB WebSite. The well data on this site is current and has been
upgraded to work in conjunction with MSOGB OnLine so that both sites are reflecting the same up to date well information. For any questions or technical support you may call ( 601-576-4900 )or
e-mail the Systems Administrators at any time.

The Board on its own motion has filed its Petition to amend and revise existing Statewide Rule 4, “Application To Drill” and Statewide Rule 28, “Plugging and Abandonment” to be heard at the March 19, 2014 meeting of the Board. Please click here for the new proposed Rule 4 and here for the new proposed Rule 28.

As of February 19, 2014 the Mississippi Oil and Gas Board adopted a new Policy clarifying the type of fluids which may lawfully be disposed of down-hole in an approved Class II fluids injection and disposal well. Please click here for the new policy.

The Board on its own motion has filed its Petition to amend and revise existing Statewide Rule 13, “Blowout Preventers”. The proposed revision to Rule 13 was first heard at the November 20, 2013 meeting of the Board, but a final decision has been continued. Please click here for proposed new Rule 13.

Please note that as of March 1, 2013 the minimum fine assessed for operators in violation of our rules and regulations will be $2,500.00.

Look for new updates and changes in the News and Updates page.

The on-line Rulebook has been updated to include all rule changes through March, 2013.


As of April 1, 2010, the Mississippi State Oil and Gas Board has a Web Site featuring a map of
the State of Mississippi showing the location of all wells with latitudes and longitudes. The well data on
the current home page has been upgraded to work in conjunction with MSOGB OnLine so that both sites
are reflecting the same up to date well information. For any questions or technical support you may call or
e-mail the Systems Administrators at any time.

Please click the appropriate link below.

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Look for new updates and changes in the News and Updates page.


The Program Objective of the State Oil and Gas Board is to promulgate and enforce rules to regulate and promote oil and gas drilling, production and storage so as to protect the coequal and correlative rights of all owners of interests; and to promulgate and enforce rules to regulate the disposal of non-hazardous oil field waste in an environmentally safe manner consistent with federal and state regulations.

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