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Application 1080609

https://had.aer.ca/link/application45789
Applicant
OPTI Canada Inc.
Summary
Requesting approval to construct and operate a steam assisted gravity drainage(SAGD) project in the Long Lake area located in TWPS 85 to 87-6 and 7W4.
Date Registered
Dec 12, 2000
Applicant
OPTI Canada Inc.
Summary
Requesting approval to construct and operate a steam assisted gravity drainage(SAGD) project in the Long Lake area located in TWPS 85 to 87-6 and 7W4.
Category
Resources Applications
Descriptors
Steam assisted gravity drainage
Cogeneration
Bitumen recovery
Area
Athabasca Oil Sands
Fort McMurray
Long Lake
Date Registered
Dec 12, 2000
Related Application
2000354
Special Report
Application consists of 7 Volumes: Lists of studies and special reports are listed in the table of contents at the beginning of Volume 1.
Notes
This application is related to Utilities application #2000354.
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Decision 90-01

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision100
Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Alberta Power Limited
City of Edmonton
TransAlta Utilities Corporation
Application Number
890963
Title
Decision 90-01 : TransAlta Utilities Corporation : Application for an Alberta Power Ltd Board proceeding to review electric generation planning parameters
Date
1990
Title
Decision 90-01 : TransAlta Utilities Corporation : Application for an Alberta Power Ltd Board proceeding to review electric generation planning parameters
Date
1990
Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Alberta Power Limited
City of Edmonton
TransAlta Utilities Corporation
Application Number
890963
Hearing Panel
Mink FJ
Prince JP
Morin EJ
Hearing Type
Board
Utilities
Category
Electric power
Descriptors
Alberta interconnected system
Cogeneration
Electric power demand
Electric power generation
Electric power supply
Resource management
Alberta
Forecasting
Procedure
Legal References
Hydro and Electric Energy Act S4
Notes
Decision D90-01 on proceeding No. 890963 to review certain matters relating to generation capacity expansion planning for the Alberta interconnected system; public meeting held 1989-11-14/15/166
Interveners
The Industrial Power Consumers Association of Alberta
The Canadian Petroleum Association
The City of Calgary
The City of Lethbridge
The City of Medicine Hat
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Decision 93-02

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision19
Applicant
Energy Consulting Inc.
Application Number
910097
Title
Decision 93-02 : Energy Consulting Inc.: Application for a gas-fired cogeneration plant in Stettler
Date
1993
Title
Decision 93-02 : Energy Consulting Inc.: Application for a gas-fired cogeneration plant in Stettler
Date
1993
Applicant
Energy Consulting Inc.
Application Number
910097
Hearing Panel
Prince JP
Evans RG
Barfett AC
Hearing Type
Board
Utilities
Category
Electric power
Descriptors
Electric power project
Stettler area
Cogeneration
Greenhouse
Natural gas - fuel
NTS 83A
Legal References
Hydro and Electric Energy Act S9
Hydro and Electric Energy Act S17
Notes
ERCB decision D93-2 on application no. 910097 by Energy Consulting Inc on behalf of itself and the Town of Stettler for approval to construct a 25-mw gas-fired power plant in Stettler and connect it to the electric system of Alberta Power and establish a basis for determining the value of the output from the power plant using rates as prescribed by the Small Power Research and Development Program and for an order requiring Alberta Power to purchase the plant output for a period of 20 years (the overall development identified as the Stettler Cogeneration/Greenhouse project to include the power plant and transmission line and a greenhouse complex; Board hearing 1992-08-11/12/13
Interveners
Town of Stettler
Stettler Economic Development Board
County of Stettler
Downtown Merchants' Association of Stettler
Stettler & District Chamber of Commerce
Electric Utility Planning Council
Alberta Federation of Rural Electrification Associations
Industrial Power Consumers Association of Alberta
Alberta Cogenerators Council
City of Calgary
City of Edmonton
Edmonton Power
Alberta Power Limited
TransAlta Utilities Corporation
Somerville,R.M.
Wozney, D.
Dodds, Mr.
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Decision 99-04

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision3041
Applicant
Imperial Oil Resources Limited
Application Number
970488
Title
Decision 99-04: Imperial Oil Resources Limited industrial system designation Cold Lake Expansion Project
Date
1999
Title
Decision 99-04: Imperial Oil Resources Limited industrial system designation Cold Lake Expansion Project
Date
1999
Applicant
Imperial Oil Resources Limited
Application Number
970488
Hearing Panel
Belanger C
Miller GJ
Mink FJ
Hearing Type
Board
Utilities
Category
Electric power
Descriptors
Cogeneration
Cold Lake heavy oil project
Electric power generation
Electric power transmission
Industrial plant
Power system interconnection
Legal References
Electric Utilities Act S2
Electric Utilities Act S73
Hydro and Electric Energy Act S1
Hydro and Electric Energy Act S2
Hydro and Electric Energy Act S12
Hydro and Electric Energy Act S14
Hydro and Electric Energy Act S17
Notes
EUB Decision D99-04 on application 970488 to designate Imperial's new electrical generation, transmission, and distribution systems serving its Cold Lake operations as an "industrial system"; and make rules exempting from the operation of the Electric Utilities Act, electric energy produced from and consumed by the proposed "industrial system", pursuant to section 73(4) of the Electric Utilities Act;
Interveners
Alberta Power Limited
ENMAX Corporation
Industrial Power Consumers Association of Alberta
TransAlta Energy
TransAlta Utilities
Independent Power Producers Society of Alberta And Senior Petroleum Producers Association of Alberta
NOVA Chemicals Limited
ESBI Alberta Limited
Alberta Federation of REAs Limited
Alberta Association of Municipal Districts and Counties And Public Institutional Consumers Association
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Decision 99-22

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision3097
Applicant
Imperial Oil Resources Limited
Application Number
970163
Title
Decision 99-22: Application to amend Approval No. 3950 Imperial Oil Resources Limited, Cold Lake Production Project, Mahkeses Development
Date
1999
Title
Decision 99-22: Application to amend Approval No. 3950 Imperial Oil Resources Limited, Cold Lake Production Project, Mahkeses Development
Date
1999
Applicant
Imperial Oil Resources Limited
Application Number
970163
Hearing Panel
Mink FJ
Miller GJ
Dilay JD
Hearing Type
Board
Utilities
Category
Oil sands
Electric power
Descriptors
Arsenic
Bitumen
Clearwater Fm
Cogeneration
Cold Lake heavy oil project
Cyclic steam injection
Electric power generation
Electric power project
Formation evaluation
Mahkeses development
Legal References
Hydro and Electric Energy Act S9
Oil Sands Conservation Act S14
Notes
EUB Decision D99-22 on application 970163 concerning Imperial Oil's application under Section 14 of the Oil Sands Conservation Act to amend Approval No. 3950 to allow for an expansion of its Cold Lake commercial project and under Section 9 of the Hydro and Electric Energy Act to construct and operate an electrical power plant.
Board Hearing (Calgary): 1998-11-30 to 1998-12-03; 1998-12-07 to 1998-12-11; 1998-12-14 to 1998-12-16; 1999-01-05
Interveners
Axell SA
Cold Lake First Nations
Francis M
Geoph P
Gibeault B
Marie Lake Landowners Association (MLLA)
Martin H
Nriagu JO
Nyland E
Pernarowski C
Pernarowski R
Piche M
Reddecliff E
Savard D
Scannie (Chief - First Nations)
Stop and Tell Our Politicians (STOP)
Ulfsten SA
Weyer U
Wilde R
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Decision 2000-83

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision3302
Applicant
ATCO Electric Limited
Application Number
2000356
file no. 5678-5
Title
Decision 2000-83 : ATCO Electric Ltd. exemption under the Code of Conduct Regulation
Date
2000
Title
Decision 2000-83 : ATCO Electric Ltd. exemption under the Code of Conduct Regulation
Date
2000
Applicant
ATCO Electric Limited
Application Number
2000356
file no. 5678-5
Hearing Panel
McManus BT
McCrank MN
Heggie RD
Hearing Type
Board
Utilities
Category
Electric power
Descriptors
Code of conduct
Cogeneration
Electric power generation
Electric power supply
Legal References
Electric Utilities Code of Conduct Regulation S8
Electric Utilities Code of Conduct Regulation S10
Electric Utilities Code of Conduct Regulation S11
Electric Utilities Roles, Relationships and Responsibilities Regulation S11
Electric Utilities Roles, Relationships and Responsibilities Regulation S12
Notes
EUB decision D2000-83 on application by ATCO 's appointment of ATCO Energy as a default retailer and supplier of last resort so that customers may receive seamless service should a default in delivery occur. In order to appoint ATCO Energy ATCO Electric's default retailer, ATCO Electric has requested exemption from Code of Conduct Regulation.
Approval
Denied
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Decision 2001-54

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision3379
Applicant
ATCO Electric Limited
Application Number
2000356
file no. 5678-5
Title
Decision 2001-54 : ATCO Electric Ltd. application for exemption under the Code of Conduct Regulation
Date
2001
Title
Decision 2001-54 : ATCO Electric Ltd. application for exemption under the Code of Conduct Regulation
Date
2001
Applicant
ATCO Electric Limited
Application Number
2000356
file no. 5678-5
Hearing Panel
McManus BT
McCrank MN
Heggie RD
Hearing Type
Board
Utilities
Category
Electric power
Descriptors
Code of conduct
Cogeneration
Decision D2000-83
Electric power generation
Electric power supply
Legal References
Electric Utilities Code of Conduct Regulation S8
Electric Utilities Code of Conduct Regulation S10
Electric Utilities Code of Conduct Regulation S11
Electric Utilities Roles, Relationships and Responsibilities Regulation S11
Electric Utilities Roles, Relationships and Responsibilities Regulation S12
Notes
EUB decision D2001-54 on application by ATCO for exemption from certain provisions of the Code of Conduct Regulation.
Interveners
ENMAX Energy Corporation
ENMAX Power Corporation
FIRM
Industrial Power Consumers and Cogenerators Association of Alberta (IPCCAA)
Independent Power Producers' Society of Alberta (IPPSA)
Senior Petroleum Producers Association (SPPA)
City of Calgary
Approval
Denied
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Decision 2002-74

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision3535
Applicant
ATCO Electric Limited
Application Number
1272956
file no. 5678-6-1
Title
Decision 2002-74 : ATCO Electric Ltd. extension to temporary exemption under the Code of Conduct Regulation
Date
2002
Title
Decision 2002-74 : ATCO Electric Ltd. extension to temporary exemption under the Code of Conduct Regulation
Date
2002
Applicant
ATCO Electric Limited
Application Number
1272956
file no. 5678-6-1
Hearing Panel
McManus BT
McGee TM
Heggie RD
Hearing Type
Board
Utilities
Category
Electric power
Descriptors
Code of conduct
Cogeneration
Decision D2001-54
Electric power generation
Electric power supply
Legal References
Electric Utilities Code of Conduct Regulation
Approval
Approved
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Decision 2002-89|2002-89 Addendum

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision3548
Applicant
TrueNorth Energy Corporation
Application Number
1096587
2001202
Title
Decision 2002-89: TrueNorth Energy Corporation application to construct and operate an oil sands mine and cogeneration plant in the Fort McMurray area (and addendum)
Date
2002
Title
Decision 2002-89: TrueNorth Energy Corporation application to construct and operate an oil sands mine and cogeneration plant in the Fort McMurray area (and addendum)
Date
2002
Applicant
TrueNorth Energy Corporation
Application Number
1096587
2001202
Hearing Panel
McCrank MN
McGee TM
Nichol JR
Hearing Type
Board
Utilities
Category
Oil sands
Descriptors
Cogeneration
Cumulative impact assessment
Electric power plant
Fort Hills Oil Sands Project
Fort McMurray Area
NTS 83H
Oil sands
Electric substation
Tailings
Water quality
Wetland
Legal References
Hydro and Electric Energy Act S11
Hydro and Electric Energy Act S14
Hydro and Electric Energy Act S15
Oil Sands Conservation Act S10
Oil Sands Conservation Act S11
Notes
EUB Decision on application no. 1096587 pursuant to the Oil Sands Conservation Act for an oil sands mine and bitumen extraction facility located 90 km north of Fort McMurray in Townships 96 and 97, Ranges 9 to 11, West of 4th meridian. Project designed to extract 30 000 m^3 of bitumen/day. Application no. 2001202 under the Hydro and Electric Energy Act for an electric power plant consisting of two 80-MW gas turbine generators and a transmission substation.
Reasons for decision on substation deferred.
Addendum to Decision released October 30, 2002 (attached)
Interveners
Boyd M
Campre A
Campre T
Chabaylo R
Cheng L
Coutu P
Dort-MacLean A
Flexer W
Flobert J
George R
Hoffman Mercredi L
Horton D
Kitagawa M
MacCrimmon G
MacKenzie A
Ng C
Nicholson A
Norton L
Oakes E
Robillard Jones E
Robinson R
Sauve M
Scanie H
Severson-Baker C
St. Jean N
Thomas R
Woodward R
Woynillowicz D
Alberta Council of the Canadian Federation of University Women
Alberta Wilderness Association
Canadian Natural Resources Limited
Cree Burn Lake Preservation Society
Department of Justice Canada
Fort McKay First Nation
Fort McMurray Medical Staff Association
Government of Alberta Minister of Environment
Government of Alberta Minister of Health and Wellness
Government of Alberta Minister of Sustainable Resource Development
Metis Local Number 122
Oil Sands Environmental Coalition
Shell Canada Limited
Suncor Energy Inc.
Syncrude Canada Limited
Wood Buffalo First Nations
Approval
Approved with conditions
Conditions
SUMMARY OF CONDITIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS Conditions of Board Approval Recommendations to Alberta
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Decision 2004-09

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision3801
Applicant
Shell Canada Limited
Application Number
1271285
1271307
1271383
Title
Decision 2004-9: Shell Canada Limited applications for an oil sands mine, bitumen extraction plant, cogeneration plant, and water pipeline in the Fort McMurray area (Joint panel report EUB and CEAA)
Date
2004
Title
Decision 2004-9: Shell Canada Limited applications for an oil sands mine, bitumen extraction plant, cogeneration plant, and water pipeline in the Fort McMurray area (Joint panel report EUB and CEAA)
Date
2004
Applicant
Shell Canada Limited
Application Number
1271285
1271307
1271383
Hearing Panel
Dilay JD
Kupfer G
Houlihan RN
Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency
Hearing Type
Board
Joint
Utilities
Category
Bitumen production
Descriptors
Bitumen
Cogeneration
Extraction
Fort McMurray area
NTS 83H
Oil sands project
Water pipeline
Legal References
Hydro and Electric Energy Act S11
Oil Sands Conservation Act S10
Oil Sands Conservation Act S11
Pipeline Act Part 4
Interveners
Oil Sands Environmental coalition
Woynillowicz
Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation
Fort McMurray Medical Staff Association
Suave' M (MD)
Sierra Club of Canada
May E
Mikisew Cree First Nations
Waquan A (chief)
Courtorielle W
Courtorielle A
Komers P (Dr.)
Dickson E (Dr.)
Byrne J (Dr.)
Kienzle S (Dr.)
Brownlee J
Evans B
McKay V
Wood Buffalo First Nation
Malcolm J
Woodward R
Castor W
Castor G
Grant J
Canadian Natural Resources Limited
Imperial Oil Resources
ExxonMobil Canada
Syncrude Canada Limited
Suncor Energy Limited
UTS Energy Corp.
Government of Canada
Department of Fisheries and Oceans
Courtney R
Majewski D
Makowechi B
Walker D
Shamess J
Thomson A
Environment Canada
Fairbairn M
Bates-Frymel L
Gregoire P
Linderman D
Brownlee B
Coutts B
Natural Resources Canada
Wells L
Health Canada
Liu L
Vuzi O
Indian and NOrther Affairs Canada
Maksymiec K
Her Majest the Queen in Right of Alberta
Alberta Environment
Pretula B
de la Chevrotiere C
Boyd M
Barrett R
Rhude L
Singh K
Marriott P
Alberta Sustainable Resource Development
Chabaylo R
Hale C
McEachern P
Alberta Health and Wellness
MacKenzie A
Bodo K (Dr.)
Approval
Approved with conditions
Conditions
Shell shall submit a lease boundary report five years prior to mining activities reaching any common lease boundary. The report must include a comprehensive description of the lease boundary geology and reserves, geotechnical conditions, alternative mining scenarios and impacts, and the costs associated with each, all in accordance with Section 3.1 of EUB Interim Directive (ID) 2001-7: Operating Criteria: Resource Recovery for Oil Sands Mines and Processing Sites (Section 6.2.2).
Shell shall submit, for EUB approval, an access road and utility corridor update in its 2006 annual report. The report shall include a resource assessment of the oil sands located in the Sharkbite area and under the modified infrastructure corridor. It shall also include a comparison of alternative access road and utility corridor alignments with respect to resource recovery and other relevant criteria (Section 6.3.2).
Shell shall submit, for EUB approval, a resource assessment of the plant site area two years prior to construction (Section 6.3.2).
Shell shall submit, for EUB approval, detailed geotechnical design for all external overburden disposal areas at least six months prior to field preparation in those areas (Section 6.4.2).
Shell shall submit, for EUB approval, a resource assessment of the three waste disposal areas and reclamation material stockpile two years prior to material placement (Section 6.4.2).
Shell shall submit, for EUB approval, a ten-year mine plan and material balance by the earlier of 2008 or six months prior to pit development (Section 6.4.2).
Shell must satisfy the EUB, two years prior to construction of either the Khahago surge facility or the tailings disposal area, that the design of the tailings disposal area, including the surge facility, provides for adequate capacity, stability, and minimization of resource sterilization and environmental impact (Section 6.7.2).
Shell shall provide an annual report to the EUB on the status of the project and its development commencing on February 28, 2005, or such other date and frequency the EUB may stipulate (Section 6.8.2).
Shell shall provide a report on progress in improving the bitumen extraction recovery in every second annual report to the EUB starting in 2008, or such other date and frequency the EUB may stipulate (Section 7.3).
Shell shall continue to evaluate tailing solvent recovery unit (TSRU) thickeners technology and report results to the EUB in the 2006 annual report. The report must identify any opportunities to include TSRU thickeners in the project design and construction (Section 7.3).
Shell shall report on its progress in dealing with separation characteristics of asphaltenes in the TSRU tailings in its annual report to the EUB commencing in 2005, or such other date and frequency the EUB may stipulate (Section 7.3).
On or before February 28 of each year commencing in 2011, Shell shall provide to the EUB a summary of the previous year’s operation stating the amount of asphaltene rejected. The amount of asphaltenes rejection shall be limited to 10 mass per cent based on bitumen production (Section 7.3).
On an annual average basis, Shell must limit site-wide solvent losses to not more than 4 volumes per 1000 volumes of bitumen production under all operating conditions. Shell shall not discharge untreated froth treatment tailings to the tailings disposal area (Section 7.3).
Shell shall submit a report to the EUB prior to final design or June 30, 2006, whichever is earlier, on the feasibility of producing consolidated tailings (CT) on commencement of operation in order to reduce the accumulation of thickened tailings, thin fine tails, and mature fine tails (Section 8.2).
Shell shall describe its progress on developing solid tailings technology in every second annual report to the EUB, commencing on February 28, 2005, or such other date and frequency the EUB may stipulate (Section 8.2).
Shell shall submit to the EUB a report summarizing the engineering design and operating plans for the CT system two years prior to planned start-up, or such other date the EUB may stipulate (Section 8.2).
Shell shall submit to the EUB on or before February 28 of every year commencing in 2011, or such other date or frequency the EUB may stipulate, a report summarizing the performance of the tailings management system during the preceding year, including Shell’s reasons for any deviations from design (Section 8.2).
Shell shall provide a report, for EUB approval, detailing its mine plans near the Pleistocene Channel aquifer (PCA) five years prior to mining in this area to allow for the consideration of resource recovery issues and environmental impacts. The report shall include the proposed location of the pit limits and their proximity to the PCA, as well as a description of any mitigation that would be completed to minimize the impact of mining near the PCA (Section 13.1.6).
Shell shall provide an annual report on regional development cooperation to the EUB starting in 2005. The report shall describe guiding principles and activities for cooperative development, opportunities and constraints of collaborative work among developers, specific time frames and implementation steps for all project phases to integrate them with other oil sands projects in the Muskeg River basin, and the means to evaluate outcomes (Section 18.4).
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Decision 2007-67

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision4240
Applicant
ECB Enviro North America Inc.
Application Number
1481041
Title
Decision 2007-067: ECB Enviro North America Inc. Construct and Operate the Lethbridge Biogas/Cogeneration Plant
Date
2007
Title
Decision 2007-067: ECB Enviro North America Inc. Construct and Operate the Lethbridge Biogas/Cogeneration Plant
Date
2007
Applicant
ECB Enviro North America Inc.
Application Number
1481041
Hearing Panel
McGee TM
Miller GJ
Larder D
Hearing Type
Utilities
Descriptors
Biogas
Cogeneration
Lethbridge area
Couty of Lethbridge
Electric generator
Electric power
Electric power generation
Electric power plant
Electric power project
Legal References
Hydro and Electric Energy Act S11
Hydro and Electric Energy Act S18
Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act
Interveners
Lomas
de Jager
Fortin
Dyck
Crighton
Approval
Approved
Location
00-03-009-21W4
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Decision Memorandum of Decision 1987-06-10

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision211
Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Public Utilities Board
Application Number
870621
Title
Memorandum of Decision on small power Inquiry, 1987
Date
1987
Title
Memorandum of Decision on small power Inquiry, 1987
Date
1987
Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Public Utilities Board
Application Number
870621
Hearing Type
Prehearing
Utilities
Category
Electric power
Descriptors
Cogeneration
Electric power
Electric utility
Electric power generation
Alberta
Procedure
Notes
Memorandum of Decision on the pre-hearing conference to discuss pre-submission information requests and other inquiry related matters; Board meeting held 1987-06-10
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Decision Memorandum of Decision 1995-04-05

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision2540
Applicant
Canstates Gas Marketing
ATCO Gas
Application Number
941191
941214
Title
Memorandum of Decision on applications by Canstates Gas Marketing and Atcor Ltd. (gas removal - pre hearing meeting)
Date
1995
Title
Memorandum of Decision on applications by Canstates Gas Marketing and Atcor Ltd. (gas removal - pre hearing meeting)
Date
1995
Applicant
Canstates Gas Marketing
ATCO Gas
Application Number
941191
941214
Hearing Panel
Mink FJ
Evans RG
Bietz BF
Prince JP
Berndtsson NG
Hearing Type
Prehearing
Category
Gas removal
Descriptors
Gas export
Gas removal
Gas supply
Cogeneration
Environment protection
Legal References
Energy Resources Conservation Act S2
Gas Resources Preservation Act S2
Notes
Memorandum of Decision on applications by Canstates Gas Marketing and Atcor Ltd. (gas removal - pre hearing meeting)
Interveners
Rocky Mounatin Ecosystem Coalition
Speak up for Wildlife Foundation
Alberta Greens
Greenpeace
Lubicon Lake Indian Nation
Old Sarcee Uterus Clan
Calgary Poverty Focus
Alberta Natural Gas Company
Amoco Canada Petroleum Company
Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers
Canadian Energy Pipeline Association
Chevron Canada Resources
Hermiston Generating Company Limited Partnership and U.S. Generating Company
Home Oil Company Limited
Imperial Oil Limited
Norcen Energy Resources Limited
Pan-Alberta Gas Limited
PanCanadian Petroleum Limited
ProGas
Shell Canada Limited
Wascana Energy Inc.
Western Gas Marketing
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