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Hearings

Hearing Process

Both the Oil Conservation Commission (OCC) and the Oil Conservation Division (OCD) conduct hearings. The OCC conducts hearings on applications to adopt rules, cases involving significant policy issues as determined by the OCD Director, and appeals from decisions on cases heard by OCD. The OCD conducts hearings on all other applications that are not approved administratively.

Persons desiring a hearing must file an application. The application is set for hearing on a specific date, and notice of the hearing is published by both the applicant and either OCD or OCC. Persons desiring to participate in the hearing may file the appropriate pleading, and the public may attend the hearing. Following the hearing, the OCD or OCC issues a written order.

The application and all documents filed in connection with the hearing, including the written order, are posted at the OCD Online Imaging System

Hearing Notice

Continuances: Motions for Continuances of OCD Hearings

Hearing Guidelines: OCD Hearing Guidelines

Compulsory Pooling Applications:   Notice and Instructions for Compulsory Pooling Applications with Example Checklist

Compulsory Pooling Application Checklist (Excel):      Compulsory Pooling Checklist    

 

 

OCC Hearings

Contact Information:             OCC.Hearings@state.nm.us

2019 Hearing Dates:              2019 OCC Hearing Dates

2020 Hearing Dates:              2020 OCC Hearing Dates

 

Hearing Notices

OCC NOTICES:

OCC DOCKETS:

 

 

OCC Minutes:

2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012

 

 

OCD Hearings

Contact Information:             OCD.Hearings@state.nm.us

2019 Hearing Dates:              2019 OCD Examiner Hearing Dates

2020 Hearing Dates:              2020 OCD Examiner Hearing Dates

 

Hearing Notices

OCD NOTICES:

 

OCD DOCKETS:


OCD Orders

2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012


 

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