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DECREE No. 1319 OF 8TH DECEMBER 2010 OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN CONCERNING THE APPROVAL OF THE TECHNIQUE FOR COMPUTATION OF STANDARDS AND VOLUMES FOR BURNING ASSOCIATED AND (OR) NATURAL GAS WHEN PETROLEUM OPERATIONS ARE PERFORMED
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DECREE No. 1319 OF 8TH DECEMBER 2010 OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN
CONCERNING THE APPROVAL OF THE TECHNIQUE FOR COMPUTATION OF STANDARDS AND VOLUMES FOR BURNING ASSOCIATED AND (OR) NATURAL GAS WHEN PETROLEUM OPERATIONS ARE PERFORMED
In accordance with subparagraph 38) of Article 16 of the Law dated 24th June 2010 of the Republic of Kazakhstan ‘ Concerning the Subsurface and Subsurface Use’ the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan decrees:
1. That the attached Technique for Computation of Standards and Volumes for Burning Associated and (or) Natural Gas When Petroleum Operations Are Performed shall be approved.
2. That this Decree shall enter in force upon the expiration of ten calendar days from the day of the first official publication.
Prime Minister
of the Republic of Kazakhstan
K. Massimov
Approved
by Decree No. 1319
of 8th December 2010
of the Government
of the Republic of Kazakhstan
Technique for Computation of Standards and Volumes for Burning Associated and (or) Natural Gas When Petroleum Operations Are Performed
1. General Provisions
1. This Technique has been elaborated in accordance with paragraph 3 of Article 85 of the Law dated 24th June 2010 of the Republic of Kazakhstan ‘ Concerning the Subsurface and Subsurface Use’ (henceforth ¾ the Law), and it determines the technique for computation of standards and volumes for burning associated and (or) natural gas when petroleum operations are performed:
1) in case of testing well items;
2) in case of trial field operation;
3) in case of technologically unavoidable gas burning while: setting-up technological equipment; operating technological equipment; technical servicing and repair operations at technological equipment.
2. For the purposes of this Technique the following definitions shall be used:
gas burning standards ¾ a value that is determined with computations based on the formulas established in this Technique with regard for volumes of produced gas and gas factor;
trial field operation ¾ operations that are conducted at fields of hydrocarbon raw materials for the purpose of more precise determining present information and obtaining additional information about geological productive parameters of strata and deposits, integrated geological-geophysical and hydrodynamical study of wells to compile technological schemes and industrial development projects. Trial operation shall provide for temporary operation of exploration wells;
and also other definitions with the meanings defined by the Law.
3. Determination of gas production and burning volumes shall be carried out subsurface users with the use of a system for keeping records of gas volume metering, with the use of control-metering devices in accordance with the project documents and applied technology:
at group metering units;
at central petroleum treating points;
at units for record keeping of gas volumes at the inlet and outlet of integrated gas treating plants or gas processing factories;
at the inlet of: gas turbine plants, furnaces, boilers, gas reciprocating plants, compressors for back loading into strata, and other equipment that uses gas;
at the inlet of flaring units.
4. Computed standards and volumes of gas to be burnt as determined by this Technique, shall be confirmed with data from gas recording devices.
5. Actual gas burning volumes must not exceed the volumes computed in accordance with this Technique.
2. Computation of Produced and Burnt Gas Volumes
6. Computation of total produced gas volume shall be made according to the formula:
V 1 = Q p * G f,
where:
V 1 ¾ produced gas volume;
Q p ¾ yearly, monthly or daily petroleum output in tons;
G f ¾ gas factor (the ratio of gas output and petroleum output m 3 /m 3, m 3 /t).
7. Total produced gas volume shall be determined for the purposes of establishing allowable gas volumes to be burnt and (or) gas volumes to be used for own production needs, and it shall be carried out by:
1) subsurface users autonomously with the use of a system for keeping records of gas volume metering, with the use of control-metering devices, with subsequent check of the stated volumes by the department of the authorised body in the field of petroleum and gas, that is conducted based on computations;
2) the authorised body in the field of petroleum and gas ¾ based on computations.
8. Gas volumes to be used for own production needs, that are computed based on this Technique, and also gas volumes to be used by subsurface users in other technological processes when developing fields of hydrocarbon raw materials and that are not aimed at targets providing for gaining income.
9. Computed gas volume to be burnt shall be determined as a difference between total produced gas volume and gas volume to be utilized, in particular volume to be treated, according to the following formula:
V II = V I-(V 1 +V 2 +V 3 +V 4 +V 5 ),
where:
V II ¾ computed gas volume to be burnt;
V I  ¾ produced gas volume that is computed in accordance with paragraph 6 of this Technique;
V 1 ¾ gas volume to be used for own technological needs (gas volume used at wellhead warmers, warming furnaces, in boilers and other equipment that uses gas). Computed gas volume for own technological needs shall be determined based on technical parameters of equipment and its service time;
V 2 ¾ gas volume for technological losses (losses during technological processes of gas collection, treatment and transport); they shall be determined by technological parameters of used equipment and project solutions;
V 3 ¾ gas volume to be used to produce electric energy; it shall be determined based on quantity of produced electric energy and specific use of gas per unit of electric energy, according to certificate details of used equipment;