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Decision 70-04

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision2248
Applicant
Canada-Cities Service Petroleum Corporation
Application Number
4869
Title
Decision on application by Canada-Cities Service Petroleum Corporation, 1970 (application for GOR penalty relief Pembina Cardium pool)
Date
1970
Title
Decision on application by Canada-Cities Service Petroleum Corporation, 1970 (application for GOR penalty relief Pembina Cardium pool)
Date
1970
Applicant
Canada-Cities Service Petroleum Corporation
Application Number
4869
Hearing Panel
Govier GW
Millard V
Craig DR
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Gas production
Descriptors
GOR penalty
Gas producing
Conservation
Enhanced oil recovery
Gas flaring
Pembina field
Cardium Fm
Notes
Decision on application for basing GOR penalties in part of Keystone area of Pembina Cardium pool in net gas production
Interveners
Mobil Oil Canada, Ltd.
Approval
Approved
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Decision 77-01

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision2147
Applicant
General Crude Oil Company Northern
Application Number
9414
9415
9840
Title
Decision on application by General Crude Oil Company Northern, 1977 (gas processing and pipeline construction Teepee Creek-Sexsmith areas)
Date
1977
Title
Decision on application by General Crude Oil Company Northern, 1977 (gas processing and pipeline construction Teepee Creek-Sexsmith areas)
Date
1977
Applicant
General Crude Oil Company Northern
Application Number
9414
9415
9840
Hearing Panel
Webber HJ
Bellows LA
Strom NA
Hearing Type
Examiners
Category
Pipelines
Descriptors
Gas pipeline
Gas processing plant
Sour gas
Teepee field
Air quality
Emergency procedure
Environmental impact
Gas flaring
Monitoring
NTS 83M
Socio-economic effect
Safety
Sulphur dioxide
Notes
Decision 77-1 on application No. 9414, No. 9415 and No. 9840 to construct a sour gas plant in section 2-74-4 W6M and to construct secondary lines to transport sour gas from points in LSD 10-21-73-3 W6M and LSD 6-26-73-4 W6M to the plant site and to construct a secondary line to transport sour gas from a point in LSD 10-12-74-6 W6M to the plant site.
Interveners
Peace River Regional Planning
County of Grande Prairie
Smith, D.
Hollingworth, N.
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Decision 86-11

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Applicant
Norcen Energy Resources Ltd.
Application Number
860590
860647
Title
Decision on application by Norcen Energy Resources Ltd., 1986 (solution gas processing plant and central battery Spirit River field)
Date
1986
Title
Decision on application by Norcen Energy Resources Ltd., 1986 (solution gas processing plant and central battery Spirit River field)
Date
1986
Applicant
Norcen Energy Resources Ltd.
Application Number
860590
860647
Hearing Panel
Bohme VE
Bellows LA
Evans RG
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Gas processing
Descriptors
Battery
Gas processing plant
Sour gas
Spirit River field
Air quality
Dissolved gas
Economic analysis
Emission
Environmental impact
Gas conservation
Gas flaring
Locating
Noise (sound)
NTS 83M
Pollution
Producing equipment
Sulphur dioxide
Sulphur recovery
Unit operation
Legal References
Oil and Gas Conservation Act S26
Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations S7.001
Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations S7.002
Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations S15.050
Notes
Decision D86-11 on application No. 860590 and 860647 to construct and operate a central multi-well oil battery and a sour gas processing plant in the Spirit River field in LSD 8-34-77-6 W6M to process sour solution gas that is presently being flared; Board hearing 1986-07-22/23
Interveners
White Mountian Environmental Society
Lefley, J.
Cairns, D.
Location
08-34-077-06W6
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Decision 93-Unnumbered

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision3027
Applicant
Ranchmen's Resources Ltd.
Application Number
901312
931123
931124
931125
931149
Title
Decision on application by Ranchmen's Resources Ltd., 1993 (resumptions of operations at the well Ranchmens et al Knopcik 7-19-74-11)
Date
1993
Title
Decision on application by Ranchmen's Resources Ltd., 1993 (resumptions of operations at the well Ranchmens et al Knopcik 7-19-74-11)
Date
1993
Applicant
Ranchmen's Resources Ltd.
Application Number
901312
931123
931124
931125
931149
Hearing Panel
Berndtsson NG
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Well licence
Descriptors
Knopcik field
NTS 83M
Well licence
Communication
Emergency procedure
Environmental impact
Decision D1990-16
Decision D1993-08
Gas flaring
Gas producing
Hydrogen sulphide
Producing equipment
Sour gas
Notes
Decision D93-unnumbered to inquire into operations aththe Ranchmen's et al Knopcik 7-19-74-11 (W6M). H2S was released from the tubing in the well. Boare inquiry 1993-12-14. File with D98-3
Interveners
Sully, K
Brooker, T
Cummings, B
Shand, J
Concord Environmental
Dabbs, D
The Ludwig Family
Location
07-19-074-11W6
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Decision 97-05

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Applicant
Shell Canada Limited
Application Number
960230
Title
Decision 97-05: Shell Canada Limited : Application for increased throughput, sour gas plant, Caroline Field
Date
1997
Title
Decision 97-05: Shell Canada Limited : Application for increased throughput, sour gas plant, Caroline Field
Date
1997
Applicant
Shell Canada Limited
Application Number
960230
Hearing Panel
Mink FJ
Miller GJ
Dilay JD
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Gas processing
Descriptors
Caroline field
Caroline gas project
Gas processing plant
Sour gas
Sulphur recovery
Sulphur recovery plant
Air quality
Emergency procedure
Emission
Environmental impact
Decision D1990-08
Gas flaring
Health
Monitoring
NTS 82O
Odor
Public opinion
Safety
Soil pollution
Storage facility
Sulphur dioxide
Notes
EUB Decision D97-05 on application no. 960230 by Shell Canada to amend the Caroline gas plant Approval No. 6319 to increase the raw gas inlet by approximately 15% and increase the sulphur inlet by 21%;
Board hearing 1996-10-01/02/03/04
Interveners
Johnston W
Johnston I
Coalition of Citizens Impacted by the Caroline Shell Gas Plant
Coderre L
Dahlman P
Kelley E
Kelley G
Macklin J
McLeod L
McMurtry D
Oliver T
Paget L
Paget S
Watson R
Resident Members of the Caroline Industry/Resident Noise Committee
Brown D
Gabler R
Clearwater M.D.
Jones D
Feddema A
Hermann J
Approval
Approved
Approved with conditions
Conditions
Shell is to conduct a thorough review of potential increases in fugutive emissions
Shell is to notify the Board, on a quarterly basis, of all public complaints
Shell is to review the location of its monitoring trailers with AEP
Shell is to work with the Pagets regarding trailer location
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Decision 98-01

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision2893
Applicant
CE Alberta BioClean Ltd.
Application Number
960864
Title
Decision 98-10: CE Alberta BioClean Ltd.: Application for an industrial development permit for a new MTBE / ETBE plant, Fort Saskatchewan area
Date
1998
Title
Decision 98-10: CE Alberta BioClean Ltd.: Application for an industrial development permit for a new MTBE / ETBE plant, Fort Saskatchewan area
Date
1998
Applicant
CE Alberta BioClean Ltd.
Application Number
960864
Hearing Panel
Mink FJ
McManus BT
Schnitzler WJ
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Industrial development permit
Descriptors
Air pollution
Butane
Chemical plant
Carbon dioxide
Emergency procedure
Energy conservation - industrial
Environmental impact
Ethanol
Ether
Fort Saskatchewan area
Gas flaring
Gasoline
Grain crop
Hydrogen
Industrial development permit
Locating
Methanol
Petrochemistry
Petroleum product
Demand (economics)
Natural gas - fuel
Noise (sound)
NTS 83H
Safety
Socio-economic effect
Supply (economics)
Legal References
Agricultural and Recreational Land Ownership Act
Oil and Gas Conservation Act S42
Notes
EUB decision D98-01 on application no. 960864 for an industrial development permit respecting a new methyl tertiary butyl ether (MBTE) / ethyl teriary butyl ether (ETBE) facility in Strathcona County at Section 18, Twp 55 Rg 21 W4M. The IDP application requested permit to use field butanes and hydrogen as feedstock to convert barley in the production of ethanol, methonol, ethers MTBE/ETBE, and agricultural livestock feed by-product Distillers Dried Grain with Soluables (DDGS); and permit to use natural gas as a fuel
Board hearing 1997-09-04/05
Interveners
Trans Mountain Pipe Line Company Ltd.
Alberta Barley Commission
City of Fort Saskatchewan
Strathcona County
Alberta Envirofuels Inc.
Dzurny AM
Demeule NE
Schotte E
Finch A
Chartrand M
Anez VM
Approval
Approved
Approved with conditions
Conditions
That satisfactory corporate and financial arrangements are in place to develop the project in advance of the start of construction
That a satisfactory emergycy response plan has been developed and implemented before the start up of the project
Location
##-18-055-21W4
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Decision 98-05

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision2951
Applicant
Northstar Energy Corporation
Application Number
1022865
1026467
Title
Examiner report on application by Northstar Energy Corporation, 1998 (well licence Leduc-Woodbend field)
Date
1998
Title
Examiner report on application by Northstar Energy Corporation, 1998 (well licence Leduc-Woodbend field)
Date
1998
Applicant
Northstar Energy Corporation
Application Number
1022865
1026467
Hearing Panel
Bruni MJ
Elle R
Fleming L
Hearing Type
Examiners
Category
Well licence
Descriptors
Gas flaring
Leduc-Woodbend field
Locating
NTS 83H
Noise (sound)
Oil well
Well licence
Notes
EUB Examiner Report 98-05 on applications no. 1022865 and 1026467 by Northstar to drill at Lsd 16 Sec 22 Twp 48 Rge 26 W4M to produce sweet oil from the Glauconitic D pool of the Upper Mannville Group
Interveners
Leppelman c
Beck B
Beck C
Peter E
Location
16-22-048-26W4
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Decision 98-13

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision2948
Applicant
Canadian 88 Energy Corp.
Application Number
1007569
Title
Decision 98-13 : Canadian 88 Energy Corp.: Application to expand sour gas processing facility, Garrington Field
Date
1998
Title
Decision 98-13 : Canadian 88 Energy Corp.: Application to expand sour gas processing facility, Garrington Field
Date
1998
Applicant
Canadian 88 Energy Corp.
Application Number
1007569
Hearing Panel
Prince JP
Dunn GC
Schnitzler WJ
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Gas processing
Descriptors
Air quality
Emergency procedure
Emission
Environmental impact
Gas processing plant
Sour gas
Sulphur recovery
Sulphur recovery plant
Gas flaring
Groundwater
Health
Monitoring
Odor
Proliferation
Public opinion
Safety
Soil pollution
Sulphur dioxide
NTS 72O
Legal References
Energy Resources Conservation Act S29
Oil and Gas Conservation Act S26
Notes
EUB Decision D98-13 on application no. 1007569 by Canadian 88 to increase the raw gas inlet at an existing facility at Lsd 6-18-32-1 W5M to a capacity of 3 400 000 m3/day with and H2S content of 228 mol/kmol and a sulphur recovery efficiency of 98.4%.
Board hearing 1996-03-03/04
Interveners
Olds Area Residents Coalition
Latimer B
Latimer L
Latimer G
Latimer J
Alberta Surface Rights Federation
Approval
Approved
Approved with conditions
Conditions
Not less that 98.4 per cent of sulphur is recovered on a quarterly basis
Not less than 98.7 per cent of the sulphur is recovered on an annual calendar year basis
Eliminate flaring of sour vapours from produced water
Modify amine flash gas contractor to reduce the H2S content to less than 100 ppm
Sound monitoring survey in accordance with ID 94-4 to be submitted to all interested parties
Cost/benefit assessment of sound reduction at amine cooler to be submitted to all interested parties
Location
06-18-032-01W5
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Decision 99-13

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision3065
Applicant
Crestar Energy Inc.
Application Number
1033453
1037084
Title
Decision 99-11: Crestar Energy Inc. applications to construct and operate sour gas batteries and pipelines Vulcan field
Date
1999
Title
Decision 99-11: Crestar Energy Inc. applications to construct and operate sour gas batteries and pipelines Vulcan field
Date
1999
Applicant
Crestar Energy Inc.
Application Number
1033453
1037084
Hearing Panel
Miller GJ
McGee TM
Lillo HO
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Pipelines
Descriptors
Gas flaring
Gas pipeline
Health
NTS 82I
Pipeline route
Safety
Sour gas
Sulphur dioxide
Surface rights
Legal References
Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations S7.001
Pipeline Act Part 4
Notes
EUB Decision D99-13 on applications no. 103453 and 1037084 by Crestar Energy for a permit to construct a 168.3 mm pipeline containing 18 mol/kmol H2S from Lsd 7 Sec 26 Twp 16 Rge 24 W4M, and two 114.3 diameter pipelines from Lsd 12 Sec 36 Twp 16 Rge 24 W4M and Lsd 7 Sec 26 Twp 16 Rge 24 W4M to facility at Lsd 16 Sec 16 Twp 16 Rge 24 W4M. Alternate proposals submitted as applications 1037084 and 1033453 involving changes to the equipment and pipeline routing.
Application no. 1037084 approved; alternate application no. 1033453 denied
Interveners
Graff L
Graff B
Approval
Approved
Approved with conditions
Conditions
Facilities designed as closed systems
Installation of hydrogen sulphide detection devices
Flaring for emergency and maintenance depressurizing
Flare stacks must be equipped with ignitors
Applicant must implement ordour prevention measures
Location
07-26-016-24W4
12-36-016-24W4
16-16-016-24W4
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Decision 99-19

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision3088
Applicant
Fletcher Challenge Energy Canada Inc.
Application Number
1033164
1033789
Title
Decision 99-19 : Fletcher Challenge Energy Canada Inc. application for an approval to construct a sweet multiwell battery Leduc area
Date
1999
Title
Decision 99-19 : Fletcher Challenge Energy Canada Inc. application for an approval to construct a sweet multiwell battery Leduc area
Date
1999
Applicant
Fletcher Challenge Energy Canada Inc.
Application Number
1033164
1033789
Hearing Panel
Miller GJ
Dunn GC
Houlihan RN
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Oil production
Descriptors
Battery
Environmental impact
Guide 60
Leduc area
NTS 83H
Locating
Gas flaring
Groundwater
Public consultation
Legal References
Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations S7.001
Notes
EUB decision D99-19 on applications no. 1033164 and 1033789 by Fletcher Challenge Energy Canada Inc. to construct a sweet multiwell battery located at 11-26-48-26 W4M
Interveners
Loose G
Loose C
Bucsis L
Peter E
Balzer D
Beck B
Capital Health Authority
Dupierry R
Knull G
Faulkner G
Langert H
Labrecque A
Benfeld C
Peden I
Jasper M
Approval
Approved
Approved with conditions
Conditions
Battery design will include vapour recovery unit
Fletcher will finalize agreement with Probe to receive and treat oil emulsion at Probe facility at 13-8-49-25- W4M when ATCO Watelet plant is unable
Lease site will be bermed to prevent surface runoff
Fletcher will test the water wells of residents if requested
Fletcher will address the adequacy of culverts on access road
Fletcher will use electric drive compressors to reduce noise from theh battery
Fletcher will establish committee to address commitments, including the development of an air monitoring program
Location
11-26-048-26W4
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Decision 99-31

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision3136
Applicant
Northrock Resources Ltd.
Application Number
1039083
1040394
1040831
1039502
Title
Decision 99-31: Northrock Resources Ltd. application to construct and operate a sour gas processing facility, associated pipelines, wellsite facilities, and an acid gas disposal scheme, Pembina field
Date
1999
Title
Decision 99-31: Northrock Resources Ltd. application to construct and operate a sour gas processing facility, associated pipelines, wellsite facilities, and an acid gas disposal scheme, Pembina field
Date
1999
Applicant
Northrock Resources Ltd.
Application Number
1039083
1040394
1040831
1039502
Hearing Panel
Langlo CA
Remmer WG
Houlihan RN
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Gas processing
Pipelines
Descriptors
Disposal system
Environmental impact
Gas flaring
Gas pipeline
Gas processing plant
NTS 83G
Noise (sound)
Pembina field
Pipeline construction permit
Proliferation
Public consultation
Safety
Sour gas
Sulphur dioxide
Legal References
Pipeline Act Part 4
Notes
EUB Decision 99-31 on applications no. 1039083, 1040394, 1040831, and 1039502 by Northrock Resources to construct and operate a sour gas processing plant and related facilities in the Pembina Field (Lsd 11 Sec 14 Twp 50 Rge 8 W5M)
Board hearing: 1999-08-31 and 1999-09-01/03
Interveners
Pembina Landowners Association
Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development
Elk Point Resources
Penn West Petroleum Ltd.
Approval
Approved
Approved with conditions
Conditions
Plant will be shut-in during outages of the acid gas injection system. Acid gas will not be continuously flared
acid gas injection line will be installed in a closed utilidor that will be equipped with H2S detection every 30m
all potentially odorous vents at the gas plant site will be connected to the flare system
a meter will be installed on the acid gas flare line
sour fluids will be transported in pressurized trucks to prevent odours
gas plant facilities will meet a maximum nighttime PSL of 38 dBA
during initial start-up, the plant will be staffed 24 hours per day
Location
11-14-050-08W5
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Decision 2000-33

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision3211
Applicant
Canadian 88 Energy Corp.
Application Number
1037740
Title
Decision 2000-33 : Canadian 88 Energy Corp. application for a sour gas well licence Okotoks field
Date
2000
Title
Decision 2000-33 : Canadian 88 Energy Corp. application for a sour gas well licence Okotoks field
Date
2000
Applicant
Canadian 88 Energy Corp.
Application Number
1037740
Hearing Panel
Dilay JD
Lock RG
Langlo CA
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Well licence
Descriptors
Emergency procedure
Gas flaring
Groundwater
Okotoks field
NTS 82I
Risk
Safety
Sour gas
Wabamun Fm
Well licence
Legal References
Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations S2.020
Notes
EUB Decision D2000-33 on application no. 1037740 by Canadian 88 Energy Corp. for a licence to drill a level-2 noncritical sour gas well at Lsd 3 Sec 2 Twp 18 Rge 28 W4M to produce sour gas from Crossfield member (Wabamun formation)
Interveners
Coote R
Hermann L
Ronneberg L
Weber E
Pickering S
Approval
Approved
Location
03-02-018-28W4
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Decision 2002-41

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Applicant
Compton Petroleum Corporation
Application Number
1084839
1084841
1076136
Title
Decision 2002-41 : Compton Petroleum Corporation applications for a sour gas well, batteries, and associated pipelines, Vulcan field
Date
2002
Title
Decision 2002-41 : Compton Petroleum Corporation applications for a sour gas well, batteries, and associated pipelines, Vulcan field
Date
2002
Applicant
Compton Petroleum Corporation
Application Number
1084839
1084841
1076136
Hearing Panel
McGee TM
Miller GJ
Bruni MJ
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Well licence
Pipelines
Descriptors
Battery
Pipeline construction
Gas flaring
Emergency procedure
Public consultation
Safety
Sour gas
Vulcan field
NTS 82I
Well licence
Legal References
Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations S2.020
Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations S7.001
Pipeline Act Part 4
Notes
EUB Decision 2002-41 on applications by Compton Petroleum for a sour gas well at Lsd 4-11-17-25 W4M, for two sour gas batteries and associated pipelines at lsd 4-11-17-25 W4M and Lsd 5-1-17-25 W4M with a maximum hydrogen sulphide content of 7.5 moles per kilomole.
Interveners
Degenstein P
Graff B
Graff L
Kettenbach E
Kettenbach J
Roberts N
Approval
Approved with conditions
Conditions
The conditions imposed in the licences are summarized below. Conditions generally are requirements in addition to or otherwise expanding upon existing regulations and guidelines. An applicant must comply with conditions or it is in breach of its approval and subject to enforcement action by the EUB. Enforcement of an approval includes enforcement of the conditions attached to that licence. Sanctions imposed for the breach of such conditions may include the suspension of the approval, resulting in the shut-in of a facility. 1) The Board directs Compton to ensure that the flares are designed and operated so that flare emissions from uncombusted sour gas does not result in off-lease odours. If repeat off-lease odours are traced to poor flare performance, the Board may require Compton to adopt measures to ensure adequate combustion of the sour gas. 2) The Board directs Compton to ensure that gas and H2S detection, reporting, and correction procedures are specifically included in its operating practices and in any third-party operations contracts. 3) The Board directs Compton to provide a summary description of its operations and facility integrity (maintenance) management system for the proposed project prior to initiation of operations at the 4-11 and 5-1 batteries. The report must include contact information that will be provided to local residents and a description of Compton’s procedures for responding to public complaints. The report must detail how any arrangements with third-party operating contractors will address Compton’s operations management system and procedures for responding to public complaints. 4) The Board directs Compton to conduct an exercise of its drilling ERP prior to entering the sour zone and of its production operations ERP prior to placing the 13-2 and 5-1 wells on production. The Board further directs Compton to afford the public and EUB staff the opportunity to actively participate in both these exercises. The Board directs Compton to test all key components of its ERPs, including chain of command, public notification, communications equipment, and linkages, including outside services, evacuation procedures, and ignition procedures, to satisfy EUB staff that the systems are in order for immediate implementation. Further, the Board directs Compton to satisfy EUB staff that the exercise was successfully carried out prior to entering the sour zone of the 13-2 well.
Location
04-11-017-25W4
05-01-017-25W4
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Decision 2003-50

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision3744
Applicant
Burmis Energy Inc.
Elk Point Resources Inc.
Acclaim Energy Trust
Application Number
1253701
1253703
1261233
Title
Decision 2003-50: Burmis Energy Inc. applications for wells, gas batteries, and associated pipelines, Wildwood field
Date
2003
Title
Decision 2003-50: Burmis Energy Inc. applications for wells, gas batteries, and associated pipelines, Wildwood field
Date
2003
Applicant
Burmis Energy Inc.
Elk Point Resources Inc.
Acclaim Energy Trust
Application Number
1253701
1253703
1261233
Hearing Panel
Miller GJ
Lillo HO
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Well licence
Pipelines
Descriptors
Battery
Gas flaring
NTS 83G
Notikewin Fm
Nordegg Fm
Sour gas
Well licence
Wildwood Field
Water
Legal References
Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations S2.020
Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations S7.001
Pipeline Act Part 4
Notes
Decision on applications 1253701 and 1253703 to drill gas wells at LSD 16-23-54-9 W5M with an H2S release rate of 2.9 mol/kmol and at LSD 10-25-54-9 W5M with an H2S release rate of 14.6 mol/kmol, both from from the Notikewin Formation
Decision on applicaiton no. 1261233 for a battery and pipeline to transport gas to the KeySpan Paddle River Gas Plant
Interveners
Skocdopole H
Skocdopole K
Skocdopole B
Skocdopole J
Ohnysty JK
Approval
Approved with conditions
Conditions
The conditions imposed in the licences are summarized below. Conditions generally are requirements in addition to or otherwise expanding upon existing regulations and guidelines. An applicant must comply with conditions or it is in breach of its approval and subject to enforcement action by the EUB. Enforcement of an approval includes enforcement of the conditions attached to that licence. Sanctions imposed for the breach of such conditions may include the suspension of the approval, resulting in the shut-in of a facility. 1) Burmis must have an accredited soil inspector on site during pipeline construction, topsoil salvaging operations, and cleanup of the pipelines, and the operator must maintain the records addressing this condition for the life of the pipeline. 2) The Board directs Burmis to test the Skocdopoles’ and Mr. Ohnysty’s water wells prior to the drilling of the 16-23 and 10-25 wells to establish a baseline for the water quantity and quality. The testing procedures on the artesian wells must be appropriate for artesian wells. Elk Point must provide copies of the resulting data to the Skocdopoles and Mr. Ohnysty. Burmis or its successor licensees must maintain these records for the life of these wells. 3) Burmis is required to notify AENV of the proposed 16-23 well and undertake a hydrological study of the creek in this area that establishes the 1-in-100-year floodplain level and supply a copy to AENV. If the well site is within the 1-in-100-year floodplain, Burmis must either move the well surface location out of the floodplain or make application to AENV pursuant to the Water Act for any approval required by AENV, such as raising the well site above the 1-in-100-year floodplain or undertaking any other mitigative measures directed by AENV. Note that if the well surface location were to be moved, a new Guide 56 application would be required. 4) Not more than 30 days following the completion of each of conditions 1, 2, and 3 above, Burmis must provide the Board with a written statement summarizing how it fulfilled that condition, including sufficient detail to allow the Board to assess whether Burmis has met the requirements of the condition. The information provided will form part of the Board’s record of these applications. 5) With respect to the 16-23 battery, all storage tanks, regardless of design or size, must be aboveground and comply with Section 5.3.2.1 of Guide 55. Connection for truck loading lines must be located within the tank secondary containment area. The Board requires that spill containment be provided for the well area, including any pumping equipment, separation, and other production equipment, and the truck loading area. Stormwater retention must be provided for the areas specified and must have capacity for runoff from a 24-hour precipitation event of a 1-in-10-year return probability. The Board requires that the applicant submit site drawings and runoff containment design calculations to the EUB Applications Branch for approval prior to commencement of construction.
Location
16-23-054-09W5
10-25-054-09W5
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Decision 2003-101

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision3774
Applicant
Polaris Resources Ltd.
Application Number
1276521
1276489
Title
Decision 2003-101: Polaris Resources Ltd. applications for a well licence, special gas well spacing compulsory pooling, and flaring permit, Livingstone field
Date
2003
Title
Decision 2003-101: Polaris Resources Ltd. applications for a well licence, special gas well spacing compulsory pooling, and flaring permit, Livingstone field
Date
2003
Applicant
Polaris Resources Ltd.
Application Number
1276521
1276489
Hearing Panel
McGee TM
Bruni MJ
Waisman DD
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Well licence
Descriptors
Black Creek Heritage Rangeland
Bob Creek Wildland
Compulsory pooling
Devonian Fm
Decision D2003-30
Environment protection
Gas flaring
Gas well
Livingstone field
Mississippian Fm
NTS 82G
Public interest
Spacing unit
Whaleback Ridge area
Well licence
Dispute resolution
Legal References
Oil and Gas Conservation Act S80
Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations S2.020
Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations S4.040
Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations S7.055
Interveners
Oldman River Coalition
Bateman C
Horejsi J
Moulson M
Moulson T
Nelson E
Nelson J
Smith H
Smith T
Swinton M
Swinton T
Wilkin P
Anhorn JL
Chattaway C
Coppock RW
Hrebenyk BW
McMillan B
Whaleback Coalition
Tweedie J
Pachal D
Urquhart I
Wershler C
Nature Conservancy of Canada
Marty S
Mkemdirim LC
Huntley J
Lawson JL
Approval
Denied
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Decision 2006-39|2006-39 Errata

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision4139
Applicant
Prospex Resources Ltd.
Application Number
1379164
Title
Decision 2006-039 Prospex Resources Ltd: Application for a well licence Garrington Field (and Eratta released May 10, 2006)
Date
2006
Title
Decision 2006-039 Prospex Resources Ltd: Application for a well licence Garrington Field (and Eratta released May 10, 2006)
Date
2006
Applicant
Prospex Resources Ltd.
Application Number
1379164
Hearing Panel
McGee TM
Willard RJ
Waisman DD
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Well licence
Descriptors
Decision D2005-060
DIR 056
DIR 060
DIR 071
Emergency response plan
Environmental impact assessment
ID 2001-05
Gas flaring
Garrington Field
Mannville Fm
Site survey
Sour gas
Swan Hills Fm
Well licence
Legal References
Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations
Notes
Eratta released May 10, 2006
Interveners
Rossall J
Clissold R
Connors P
Bissett D
Brown R
Dabbs F
Papanikolaou N
Burkinshaw P
Burkinshaw L
Cressman J
Robidoux R
Freeman J
Approval
Approved with conditions
Conditions
The Board approves the well licence at the revised surface location noted on the survey plan filed with the Board on February 16, 2006 APPENDIX 2 SUMMARY OF COMMITMENTS COMMITMENTS BY PROSPEX
Location
12-04-036-04W5
06-04-036-04W5
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Decision 2007-111|2007-111 Errata

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision4264
Applicant
Duvernay Oil Corp.
Application Number
1500699
1551285
1529482
Title
Decision 2007-111: Duvernay Oil Corp. applications for well, battery, and pipeline licences Edson field (and errata)
Date
2007
Title
Decision 2007-111: Duvernay Oil Corp. applications for well, battery, and pipeline licences Edson field (and errata)
Date
2007
Applicant
Duvernay Oil Corp.
Application Number
1500699
1551285
1529482
Hearing Panel
Berg AJ
Langlo CA
Evans RG
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Well licence
Pipelines
Descriptors
Emergency procedure
Emergency response plan
Gas flaring
Combustion
Safety
Compliance
Edson field
NTS 83F
Legal References
Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations S2.020
Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations S7.001
Pipeline Act Part 4
Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act
Notes
Errata date January 15, 2008 regarding errors in decision 2007-111 document
Interveners
Bugg H
Bugg J
Bullock C
Holroyd D
Holroyd M
Smith K
Makowecki F
Thompson C
Approval
Approved with conditions
Conditions
APPENDIX 2 SUMMARY OF CONDITIONS APPENDIX 3 SUMMARY OF COMMITMENTS Drilling, completion, and well testing ERP's
Location
08-13-054-19W5
06-34-053-19W5
04-11-053-18W5
02-13-054-19W5
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Decision 2008-02

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision4265
Applicant
Artemis Exploration Inc.
Application Number
1478721
1494900
1494911
Title
Decision 2008-002: Artemis Exploration Inc. application for well, pipeline and facility licences Furness field
Date
2008
Title
Decision 2008-002: Artemis Exploration Inc. application for well, pipeline and facility licences Furness field
Date
2008
Applicant
Artemis Exploration Inc.
Application Number
1478721
1494900
1494911
Hearing Panel
Dilay JD
McGee TM
Warren WA
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Pipelines
Descriptors
Position (location)
Gas flaring
Safety
Water pollution
Public consultation
Furness field
NTS 83H
Legal References
Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations S2.020
Pipeline Act Part 4
Interveners
Welgan H
Approval
Approved with conditions
Conditions
APPENDIX 2 SUMMARY OF COMMITMENTS The Board notes throughout the decision report that Artemis has undertaken to conduct certain activities in connection with its operations that are not strictly required by EUB regulations or guidelines. These undertakings are described as commitments and are summarized below. It is the Board’s view that when a company makes commitments of this nature, it has satisfied itself that these activities will benefit both the project and the public, and the Board takes these commitments into account when arriving at its decision. The Board expects the applicant, having made the commitments, to fully carry out the undertaking or advise the EUB if, for whatever reasons, it cannot fulfill a commitment. The EUB would then assess whether the circumstances regarding the failed commitment warrant a review of the original approval. The Board also notes that the affected parties also have the right to request a review of the original approval if commitments made by the applicant remain unfulfilled. COMMITMENTS BY ARTEMIS
Artemis commits to using an incinerator during well testing if in-line testing is not feasible.
Artemis commits to surveying the actual kelly bushing elevation following rig-up. The data will be used to recalculate the depths on the geological prognosis for the drilling of the 15-10 well.
Artemis commits to having a well site geologist present on site and increasing the geological sampling interval from every 5 m to every 2 m from -560 m subsea (SS) to total depth.
Artemis commits to using a gas detector on site.
Artemis commits to checking geolograph and pipe tallies before the drilling depth reaches -560 mSS, and if significant discrepancies are apparent, Artemis will trip out the drill string and retally back into the hole.
Artemis commits to control drilling practices below -560 m SS, with reduced penetration rates from -560 m SS to total depth, to allow enhanced sampling intervals, improved gas detection accuracy, and an accurate determination of when the shale separating the bottom of the Lower Mannville sandstone channel from the Ellerslie G (if present) has been entered.
Location
15-10-048-23W4
07-10-048-23W4
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Decision 2008-83

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision4317
Applicant
Canadian Natural Resources Limited
Application Number
1510138
1510141
Title
Decision 2008-083: Examiner Report respecting Canadian Natural Resources Limited Application for Two Facility Licences Sullivan Lake Field
Date
2008
Title
Decision 2008-083: Examiner Report respecting Canadian Natural Resources Limited Application for Two Facility Licences Sullivan Lake Field
Date
2008
Applicant
Canadian Natural Resources Limited
Application Number
1510138
1510141
Hearing Panel
Knox HW
Eastlick BK
Kennedy RW
Hearing Type
Examiner Report
No Hearing
Category
Well licence
Descriptors
Health
Safety
Gas flaring
Dispute resolution
Well licence
Sullivan Lake Field
NTS 72M
Legal References
Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations S7.001
Interveners
Storch N
Storch L
Approval
Approved
Location
08-20-034-13W4
08-18-034-13W4
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Decision 2008-88

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision4318
Applicant
Highpine Energy Limited
Application Number
1525928
1525932
1526517
1526582
1526699
1526703
Title
Decision 2008-088: Highpine Energy Ltd. applications for six well licences, Pembina Field
Date
2008
Title
Decision 2008-088: Highpine Energy Ltd. applications for six well licences, Pembina Field
Date
2008
Applicant
Highpine Energy Limited
Application Number
1525928
1525932
1526517
1526582
1526699
1526703
Hearing Panel
Miller GJ
Willard RJ
Watson TL
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Well licence
Descriptors
Public consultation
Hydrogen sulphide
Safety
Emergency response plan
Gas flaring
Sulphur dioxide
Proliferation
Well licence
Pembina field
NTS 83G
Legal References
Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations S2.020
Interveners
Committee to Encourage and Advocate a Safe Environment (CEASE)
Parkland School Division No. 70
Parkland County
West Parkland Liaison Committee and Tomahawk Parent Council
Approval
Approved with conditions
Conditions
APPENDIX 2 SUMMARY OF CONDITIONS AMENDMENTS TO ERPS TO INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING Trail Between Range Roads 62 and 63 River Monitoring CONDITION TO THE WELL LICENCE H2S Testing Nisku Formation Drilling Limitations APPENDIX 3 SUMMARY OF COMMITMENTSHighpine has committed to
perform the drilling, completion, and workovers of the wells as if they were classified as critical wells for the duration of the ERPs;
minimize duration of flaring whenever possible;
suspend operations if safe to do so during sour operations if any egress roads inside the EPZs become impassable;
drill pilot holes on the 4-27 well site to confirm where the gravel seam(s) are located, and then drill and set conductor pipe and cement to surface below the gravel seam to ensure integrity prior to continuing with the rest of the surface hole operation;
relocate residents who reside within the EPZ during drilling and completion operations, should those residents advise that they wish to be relocated;
incorporate sensitive or interested individuals who reside outside of the EPZs into Highpine’s site-specific or production ERPs;
notify residents in the ERPs prior to entering the Nisku zone at least 24 hours in advance;
ignite within 15 minutes of an uncontrolled release;
continue to work with Parkland School Division to address safety questions for not only these applications, but for all of the development proposed in the area;
hold a public meeting to review the ERPs and answer any additional questions that the public may have;
hold an ERP exercise on the area production ERP; and
use existing infrastructure wherever possible to minimize the proliferation of facilities.
Location
04-27-050-06W5
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