Reworking, Recompleting or Plugging Back Sample Clauses

Reworking, Recompleting or Plugging Back. An election not to participate in the drilling, Sidetracking or Deepening of a well shall be deemed an election not to participate in any Reworking or Plugging Back operation proposed in such a well, or portion thereof, to which the initial non-consent election applied that is conducted at any time prior to full recovery by the Consenting Parties of the Non-Consenting Party’s recoupment amount. Similarly, an election not to participate in the Completing or Recompleting of a well shall be deemed an election not to participate in any Reworking operation proposed in such a well, or portion thereof, to which the initial non-consent election applied that is conducted at any time prior to full recovery by the Consenting Parties of the Non-Consenting Party’s recoupment amount. Any such Reworking, Recompleting or Plugging Back operation conducted during the recoupment period shall be deemed part of the cost of operation of said well and there shall be added to the sums to be recouped by the Consenting Parties 400% of that portion of the costs of the Reworking, Recompleting or Plugging Back operation which would have been chargeable to such Non-Consenting Party had it participated therein. If such a Reworking, Recompleting or Plugging Back operation is proposed during such recoupment period, the provisions of this Article VI.B. shall be applicable as between said Consenting Parties in said well.
Reworking, Recompleting or Plugging Back. An election not to participate in the drilling, Sidetracking or

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Sidetracking Any party having the right to participate in a proposed Sidetracking operation that does not own an interest in the affected wellbore at the time of the notice shall, upon electing to participate, tender to the wellbore owners its proportionate share (equal to its interest in the Sidetracking operation) of the value of that portion of the existing wellbore to be utilized as follows:
Abandonment and Reclamation Costs incurred for abandonment of the Joint Property, including costs required by governmental or other regulatory authority.
Rejected Items; Abandonment (a) The Contractor may deliver, cause to be delivered, or, in any other way, bring or cause to be brought, to any State premises or other destination, Goods, as samples or otherwise, and other supplies, materials, equipment or other tangible personal property. The State may, by written notice and in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Contract, direct the Contractor to remove any or all such Goods (“the “Rejected Goods”) and any or all other supplies, materials, equipment or other tangible personal property (collectively, the “Contractor Property”) from and out of State premises and any other location which the State manages, leases or controls. The Contractor shall remove the Rejected Goods and the Contractor Property in accordance with the terms and conditions of the written notice. Failure to remove the Rejected Goods or the Contractor Property in accordance with the terms and conditions of the written notice shall mean, for itself and all Contractor Parties, that:
Decommissioning The expenditure for Decommissioning will be estimated on the basis of technical studies undertaken by the Contractor, to be agreed by the National Petroleum Agency, as part of each Field Development Program and revised as necessary.
CONTRACT AREA: CITARUM The amount of production share in the Actual Adjustment Official Report shall serve as a base for adjustment resulted from Progressive Component’s monthly change, stipulated in Progressive Adjustment Official Report signed by SKK MIGAS and CONTRACTOR and reported to GOI. For SKK MIGAS: 100% - CONTRACTOR’s total production share.
Abandonment If at any time during the term of this Agreement Tenant abandons the Premises or any part thereof, Landlord may, at Landlord's option, obtain possession of the Premises in the manner provided by law, and without becoming liable to Tenant for damages or for any payment of any kind whatever. Landlord may, at Landlord's discretion, as agent for Tenant, relet the Premises, or any part thereof, for the whole or any part thereof, for the whole or any part of the then unexpired term, and may receive and collect all rent payable by virtue of such reletting, and, at Landlord's option, hold Tenant liable for any difference between the rent that would have been payable under this Agreement during the balance of the unexpired term, if this Agreement had continued in force, and the net rent for such period realized by Landlord by means of such reletting. If Landlord's right of reentry is exercised following abandonment of the Premises by Tenant, then Landlord shall consider any personal property belonging to Tenant and left on the Premises to also have been abandoned, in which case Landlord may dispose of all such personal property in any manner Landlord shall deem proper and Landlord is hereby relieved of all liability for doing so.
Remediation If Tenant becomes aware of the presence of any Hazardous Material in a quantity sufficient to require remediation or reporting under any Environmental Law in, on or under the Property or if Tenant, Landlord, or the Property becomes subject to any order of any federal, state or local agency to investigate, remove, remediate, repair, close, detoxify, decontaminate or otherwise clean up the Property, Tenant shall, at its sole expense, but subject to the last sentence of Section 10.7, carry out and complete any required investigation, removal, remediation, repair, closure, detoxification, decontamination or other cleanup of the Property. If Tenant fails to implement and diligently pursue any such repair, closure, detoxification, decontamination or other cleanup of the Property in a timely manner, Landlord shall have the right, but not the obligation, to carry out such action and to recover its costs and expenses therefor from Tenant as Additional Charges.
Salvage All materials which are scrapped or removed in connection with the making of repairs required by Articles 9 or 10 shall be or become the property of Lessor or Lessee depending on which party is paying for or providing the financing for such work.
Abandonment of Dry Holes Except for any well drilled or Deepened pursuant to Article VI.B.2., any well which has been drilled or Deepened under the terms of this agreement and is proposed to be completed as a dry hole shall not be plugged and abandoned without the consent of all parties. Should Operator, after diligent effort, be unable to contact any party, or should any party fail to reply within forty-eight (48) hours (exclusive of Saturday, Sunday and legal holidays) after delivery of notice of the proposal to plug and abandon such well, such party shall be deemed to have consented to the proposed abandonment. All such wells shall be plugged and abandoned in accordance with applicable regulations and at the cost, risk and expense of the parties who participated in the cost of drilling or Deepening such well. Any party who objects to plugging and abandoning such well by notice delivered to Operator within forty-eight (48) hours (exclusive of Saturday, Sunday and legal holidays) after delivery of notice of the proposed plugging shall take over the well as of the end of such forty-eight (48) hour notice period and conduct further operations in search of Oil and/or Gas subject to the provisions of Article VI.B.; failure of such party to provide proof reasonably satisfactory to Operator of its financial capability to conduct such operations or to take over the well within such period or thereafter to conduct operations on such well or plug and abandon such well shall entitle Operator to retain or take possession of the well and plug and abandon the well. The party taking over the well shall indemnify Operator (if Operator is an abandoning party) and the other abandoning parties against liability for any further operations conducted on such well except for the costs of plugging and abandoning the well and restoring the surface, for which the abandoning parties shall remain proportionately liable.
Plugging and Abandonment The Developer shall have the right to direct Operator to plug and abandon any well that has been completed under this Agreement as a producer. In addition, Operator shall not plug and abandon any well that has been drilled and completed as a producer under this Agreement before obtaining the written consent of the Developer. However, if the Operator determines that any well drilled and completed under this Agreement as a producer shall be plugged and abandoned in accordance with the generally accepted and customary oil and gas field practices and techniques then prevailing in the geographic area of the well location, and makes a written request to the Developer for authority to plug and abandon the well and the Developer fails to respond in writing to the request within forty-five (45) days following the date of the request, then the Developer shall be deemed to have consented to the plugging and abandonment of the well. All costs and expenses related to plugging and abandoning wells that have been drilled and completed under this Agreement as producing wells shall be borne and paid by the Developer in proportion to the share of the Working Interest owned by the Developer in the wells. Also, at any time after one (1) year from the date each well drilled and completed under this Agreement is placed into production, Operator shall have the right to deduct each month from the proceeds of the sale of the production from the well up to $200, in proportion to the share of the Working Interest owned by the Developer in the well, for the purpose of establishing a fund to cover the Operator’s estimate of the Developer’s share of the costs of eventually plugging and abandoning the well. All of these funds shall be deposited by Operator in a separate interest bearing escrow account for the account of the Developer, and the total amount so retained and deposited shall not exceed Operator’s reasonable estimate of Developer’s share of the costs of eventually plugging and abandoning the well.