Orphan wells present ecological and community health hazards. Learn how California is taking steps to plug these wells.
California Department of Conservation recounts a year of accomplishments in 2022.
California’s Geologic Energy Management Division hosts series of online data workshops for public.
DOC celebrates the engineers on staff for #EngineersWeek. We have 284 engineers on our roster throughout four divisions. Let’s meet a few of them.
After postponing in-person meetings due to COVID-19, public health digital meetings are now open for registration. Deadline for comments is June 10, 2020.
In the spirit of Red Cross Month – and a time when we’re focusing on our health and preparedness – one of our staff shares this story to motivate fellow Department of Conservation staff to learn cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).
Your voice matters. We mean it. DOC’s California Geologic Energy Management Division (CalGEM) has begun a series of 10 meetings around the state to hear the public’s comments and suggestions about how we can develop regulations to better protect health, safety, and the environment near oil and gas production operations. Creating new rules will take…
The new year brings a new name and updated focus for California’s oil, gas, and geothermal regulatory entity: the California Geologic Energy Management Division (CalGEM). Housed within the Department of Conservation, CalGEM replaces the Division of Oil, Gas, and Geothermal Resources (DOGGR). The changes come as a result of AB 1057 (Assemblymember Limon, D-Santa Barbara),…