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Oil, Gas & Geothermal- Publications

Most of our publications may be downloaded in PDF format from this site (requires Adobe Reader). To view and download a PDF of the Index to Articles Published by DOGGR (PR3S) click here.
All DOGGR publications may be purchased by phone, fax, or over-the-counter from any Division office. Mail orders are accepted in the Sacramento office only. Read below for more information on DOGGR publications.
To purchase publications by phone, call 916-445-9686. We accept MasterCard, VISA and American Express.

  • To view the Index to Articles (PDF), click here.

  • To order over the counter, visit the Division offices.

  • To order by mail, download and fill out the publications order form (PDF) and send it to:
    California Department of Conservation
    Division of Oil, Gas, and Geothermal Resources
    801 K Street, MS 18-00
    Sacramento, CA 95814-3530

Prices include shipping and handling, except for express delivery charges.
 
Allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. All sales under $25 must be paid by cash, check, money order, or credit card. Cash, check, money order, or credit card authorization for the full amount, payable to the Department of Conservation, must be received before materials will be mailed.
Purchases of $25.00 or more may be charged by federal and state agencies, counties, cities, schools, libraries, and private companies. We will send an invoice after the items are mailed.

For further information, contact Sonja Williams at the Division headquarters, 916-445-9686.

Annual Reports
Annual Reports contain a summary of oil, gas, and geothermal field operations by district, including drilling, production, injection, and reserve statistics on a calendar year basis.

DVDs/CDs
DVDs created from videotapes the Division has made over the years, and information available on CD, can be found in this section.

General Information
Information of a general nature can be found in this section.

Instruction Manuals
Information on reporting production from oil, gas, and geothermal wells; water-shutoff tests; blowout prevention; and drilling in an H2S environment.

Laws and Regulations
California Laws for the Conservation of Oil and Gas, California Laws for the Conservation of Geothermal Resources, the California Code of Regulations (Title 14, Division 2, Chapters 2 and 4), and the new pipeline regulations are in this section.

Open-File Reports
Open-file reports are in this section.

Statistics & Production
Information on production, injection, and drilling statistics.

Technical Reports
Most of the current oil and gas field articles, and other technical publications, can be found in this section.

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