Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) Additional Fees
Allow for the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) to charge fees when someone applies to it for a licence or wants its consent or authorisation in relation to certain activities and matters.
What is the new legislation: Oil and Gas Authority (Fees) Regulations SI 2016/904
What is the amended legislation: New legislation
Who does this affect: England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
When does this change take place: 1st October 2016
A licensee must pay a fee when they apply to the OGA for consent to a:
- carbon dioxide storage proposal;
- development and production programme; or
- development plan.
A person must pay a fee when they apply to the OGA for a:
- consent to a pipeline deposit proposal;
- pipeline works authorisation.