NOTICE: The date for the October Board meeting has changed; the Board will meet on October 23, 2019, in Jackson.
As of October 14th 2019, the MSOGB has a new mapping and reporting web site that replaces the previous ones. As of that date, the old ones have stopped working.
The Oil and Gas Board is seeking sealed proposals for the plugging of declared orphan wells located in Adams, Amite, Jefferson, Pike and Wilkinson Counties, Mississippi (Bid Package 2020-1). Please click here for the complete bid notice.
The Oil and Gas Board is seeking sealed proposal for the plugging of declared orphan wells located in Simpson County, Mississippi (Bid Package 2020-2). Please click here for the complete bid notice.
At the August 21, 2019 Board meeting the Board approved the amendments to Statewide Rule 4, effective September 20, 2019.Invoicing for $100.00 unplugged well fees will start in June 2020. Please link here for the new Rule 4.
At the May meeting of the Board the Chairman signed an Order decreasing the Maintenance Fee effective May 16, 2018. Please click here for the order.
Effective February 1, 2018, the Oil and Gas Board will be sending all approved forms via e-mail. Please provide a valid e-mail address to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Mississippi State Oil and Gas Board’s data and the Ground Water Protection Council’s (GWPC) Mobile RBDMS Wellfinder app.
The Mississippi State Oil and Gas Board (MSOGB) would like to announce that we are now making our well data available through the GWPC Mobile RBDMS Wellfinder app. RBDMS Wellfinder is a mobile app available for both Android and iPhones that will show well locations and other information using a smart phones location capabilities or touch screen. Then the well locations are shown on a map of the area. As of now, the well information is updated once a month.
The on-line Rulebook has been updated to include all rule changes through May 2017.
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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