A schedule for the 2017 production reporting process has been set by the district staff. The 2017 Annual Production Reports were mailed or emailed on Wednesday, November 29, 2017. The district included a conservation reserve worksheet if the property was eligible for conservation reserve in 2017. This worksheet gives producers the opportunity to calculate their conservation reserve for 2018 and is for the producer’s own information and not required to be returned to the district. Anyone who has not received their 2017 Annual Production Reports should contact the district office. The reports are due in the district office by close of business on March 1, 2018.
Please ensure all your production reports include signatures, calculations on worksheets and all supporting documentation based on metering methods used. If any of these required actions or items are missing, the report will be considered incomplete and not filed.
All production reports turned in after the March 1 due date will be subject to daily late filing fees of $50 per day up to $500 per report. If there is zero (0) production on the property, the report must still be filed with the district subject to all the requirements and due dates listed. If the wells are not in use, the producer has the option to make the wells inactive and no longer receive a yearly production report until the wells are made active. Please contact the district before the due date if this is the case.
If you turned in your 2016 Production Reports late and paid a late filing fee, the late filing fee will be fully refunded if 2017 Production Reports for the same properties are filed by close of business on January 15, 2018.
Please update any information on the production report as needed. If there are any questions about your report or you need assistance, please contact the district staff at (806) 935-6401 or email email@example.com.