Drilling Rig Operators must report all rotary-drilling rigs on CAB-D1 Form. Rotary drilling rigs are to be valued using a “schedule value” as defined in Section 7-36-33(B) (4) NMSA 1978 based on depth capacity or rig class to determine similar or like units. The schedule applicable to rotary drilling rigs is:
Note: that "Depth Capacity" as that phrase is used in this schedule means the maximum depth of well that the rig unit is capable of drilling without exceeding its safe operating design limits.
Note: A "rotary drilling rig unit" means all of the component parts of a unit that normally are transported to a site and set up to make a complete rig that is to be used for drilling a well for Oil, Gas, Carbon Dioxide, Water, Geothermal or other minerals. A "rig unit" includes, but is not limited to: derrick and substructure, crown block, traveling block, drilling line, sand line, rotary hose and standpipe, hook, tongs and swivel, elevators, kelly, rotary table, draw works, engine, instruments, slush, and mud pumps, generators, electric lines and accessories, fuel tanks, mud tanks, boilers, feed pump, blowout preventer, tools and supplies, water pumps and lines, drill bits, stairs, railings, dog house, tool joints and miscellaneous equipment.
Note: "Rig Class" means a manufacturer's designation by letter and number of name and number commonly understood within the drilling industry as indicative of depth capacity.
The forms listed below must be completed for your rendition:
Generic CAB Forms
CAB-01: Report of Company Information
CAB-04: Report of Real Property
CAB-05: Report of Personal Property
Note: Use to report all general and heavy construction equipment, and related assets. You must also report all vehicles that do not have a Current New Mexico License Plate that were in New Mexico for 20 days or more
CAB-08: Report of Leased Property
Industry CAB Forms
CAB-D1: Report of Drilling Rigs
Note: List all rotary drilling rigs that are located in the State of New Mexico as of January 1st and all rotary drilling rigs that you expect will be located in New Mexico for a period of 20 days or more during the tax year.
The following attachments are required for your rendition:
Daily Work Order Log: A copy of the daily work order log for January 1st or the first day a rotary drilling rig is located in New Mexico.