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The [[Nevada Division of Minerals]] can issue a sundry notice form for various modifications, minor changes, and routine maintenance of a well that is not covered under the initial permit or application. The developer should contact [[Nevada Division of Minerals | NDOM]] before undertaking any of these activities to ensure that the proper documentation is filed. [http://leg.state.nv.us/nac/NAC-534A.html#NAC534ASec535 NAC 534A.535].
==5-NV-b.1 - Sundry Notices and Reports on Wells (Form 4)==
The owner of a geothermal resource or operator must notify [[Nevada Division of Minerals | NDOM]] of an intention to:
* Make a minor change in the manner in which a well is operated;
* Conduct a temperature or pressure survey;
* Conduct a flow test; or
* Perform routine maintenance of a well
This notice must be submitted on the [http://minerals.state.nv.us/forms/ogg/forms/OGG_SundryNotAndRptOnWells_FI20110707.pdf Sundry Notices and Reports on Wells] form provided by [[Nevada Division of Minerals | NDOM]].
==5-NV-b.2 - Review Sundry Notice and Approve or Deny Application==
Upon receiving the application, [[Nevada Division of Minerals | NDOM]] will review and deem if the change is appropriate. In extraordinary circumstances, the Division may grant oral permission to engage in an activity, however, oral permission does not relieve the developer or operator of obtaining a valid sundry notice approval of the change ([http://leg.state.nv.us/nac/NAC-534A.html#NAC534ASec540 NAC 534A.540]).
==5-NV-b.3 to 5-NV-b.4 - Is Proposed Change Under Sundry Notice in Accordance with NAC 534A==
The proposed change must meet all of the requirements listed in [http://leg.state.nv.us/nac/NAC-534A.html#NAC534ASec540 NAC 534A.540] for approval. In addition, the application should include the appropriate fee.
==5-NV-b.5 - Sign and Approve Sundry Notice Form==
The owner of the geothermal resource or operator obtaining the sundry notice approval must report to [[Nevada Division of Minerals | NDOM]] any progress or completion of an activity regarding the permission required for this sundry notice application ([http://leg.state.nv.us/nac/NAC-534A.html#NAC534ASec540 NAC 534A.540]). The developer must receive approval of the sundry notice form application before commencing any of the proposed changes.
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