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Decision 82-07

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision2071
Applicant
Canadian Western Natural Gas Company Limited
Application Number
810465
Title
Decision on application by Canadian Western Natural Gas Company Limited, 1982 (permit to construct a pipeline Okotoks to Cayley)
Date
1982
Title
Decision on application by Canadian Western Natural Gas Company Limited, 1982 (permit to construct a pipeline Okotoks to Cayley)
Date
1982
Applicant
Canadian Western Natural Gas Company Limited
Application Number
810465
Hearing Panel
Bohme VE
Goodman CJ
Morin EJ
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Pipelines
Descriptors
Gas pipeline
High River area
Okotoks area
Pipeline construction permit
Encroachment
Erosion
Hazard
Maintenance
NTS 82I
Pipeline corrosion
Pipeline design
Pipeline leak
Pipeline route
Repair
Right of way
Route selection
Safety
Urban development
Legal References
Pipeline Act
Notes
Decision 82-7 on application No. 810465 to construct 35 km of 323.9 MM outside diameter pipeline to replace a portion of CWNG'S main gas line between Calgary & Monarch (TP.17-20, R.28-29, W4M).
Interveners
Town of High River
Wolfe, F.
Jennings, R.F.
Snider Dahow Holdings Ltd.
Robertson, P.
Fuhrman, W.
Fuhrman, H.
Aitken, R.
Goldwind Farms Ltd.
Fossen, B.
Fossen, E.
Clark, R.
Clark, N.
Hock, S.
Hock, J.
Borger, W.
Borger, E.
Coy, J.G.
Coy, B.
Dudgeon, I.
Dudgeon, N.P.
Ellis, B.
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Decision 82-16

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision1132
Applicant
Canadian Western Natural Gas Company Limited
Application Number
820209
820267
820268
820269
820270
Title
Examiners report on application by Canadian Western Natural Gas Company Limited, 1982 (mainline pipeline replacement Cayley to Fort MacLeod area)
Date
1982
Title
Examiners report on application by Canadian Western Natural Gas Company Limited, 1982 (mainline pipeline replacement Cayley to Fort MacLeod area)
Date
1982
Applicant
Canadian Western Natural Gas Company Limited
Application Number
820209
820267
820268
820269
820270
Hearing Panel
Bellows LA
Allman RJ
Mink FJ
Hearing Type
Examiners
Category
Pipelines
Descriptors
Cayley area
Fort MacLeod area
Gas pipeline
Pipeline construction permit
Hazard
Land reclamation
Maintenance
NTS 82H
NTS 82I
Pipeline corrosion
Pipeline leak
Pipeline route
Repair
Route selection
Safety
Steel pipe
Legal References
Pipeline Act
Notes
ERCB Examiners report E82-16 on application No. 820209, 820267-70, to construct about 70 km of 323.9MM outside diameter pipeline from LSD 15-20-17-28 W4 to LSD 12-30-11-24 W4 to transport natural gas and for four short small diameter tie-in branch lines (Stavely Brancy tie-in, Claresholm branch tie-in, Nanton branch tie-in, & Parkland-Texaco branch tie-in).
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Decision 90-B

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision99
Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Concord Scientific Corporation
Title
Field measurement program (Gascon2) (Gascon)
Date
1990
Title
Field measurement program (Gascon2) (Gascon)
Date
1990
Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Concord Scientific Corporation
Category
Environment/Pollution
Descriptors
Air pollution
Airborne waste
Atmospheric diffusion
Blowout (well)
Emission
Gas leak
Hazard
Hydrogen sulphide
Meteorological data
Pipeline accident
Plume
Risk
Sour gas
Sulphur dioxide
Comparison
Evaluation
Mathematical model
Model
Monitoring
Sample analysis
Notes
Preliminary draft released 1990-04-06, final report released 1990-10 10 volume plus background release public document non-circulating no photocopies
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Decision 98-16

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision2963
Applicant
Shell Canada Limited
Application Number
980290
Title
Decision on application by Shell Canada Limited, 1998 (allow lines 45 and 46 of Carbondale Pipeline to return to service pending public inquiry)
Date
1998
Title
Decision on application by Shell Canada Limited, 1998 (allow lines 45 and 46 of Carbondale Pipeline to return to service pending public inquiry)
Date
1998
Applicant
Shell Canada Limited
Application Number
980290
Hearing Panel
Mink FJ
McManus BT
Sharp KG
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Pipelines
Descriptors
Corrosion
Gas pipeline
Hazard
Hydrogen sulphide
Maintenance
NTS 82G
Operating
Pipeline leak
Safety
Sour gas
Legal References
Energy Resources Conservation Act S43
Notes
Decision on application by area residents Mike Judd and David and Jean Sheppard under Section 43 of the Energy Resources Conservation Act to suspend operation of lines 45 and 46 of Shell's Carbondale Pipeline pending a public inquiry; EUB granted in Decision D95-6 a permit to construct the 30 km steel pipeline carrying 32 per cent H2S from wells at Lsd 7 Sec 20 Twp 6 Rge 3 W5M, Lsd 12 Sec 9 Twp 6 Rge W5M and Lsd 6 Sec 12 Twp 6 Rge3 W5M; failures on a number of lines since commission led to Section 43 application
Interveners
Judd M
Sheppard D
Sheppard J
Shell Canada Limited
Location
07-20-006-03W5
12-09-006-03W5
06-12-006-03W5
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Decision 2008-18

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision4278
Applicant
Highpine Oil & Gas Limited
Application Number
1480869
1486164
Title
Decision 2008-018: Highpine Oil & Gas Limited applications for well licences Pembina field
Date
2008
Title
Decision 2008-018: Highpine Oil & Gas Limited applications for well licences Pembina field
Date
2008
Applicant
Highpine Oil & Gas Limited
Application Number
1480869
1486164
Hearing Panel
Sharp KG
Boyler DK
Gilmour JG
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Well licence
Descriptors
Hydrogen sulphide
Safety
Hazard
Risk
Emergency response plan
Noise reduction
Environmental impact
Sour gas
Pembina field
NTS 83G
Well licence
Nisku FM
Legal References
Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations S2.020
Energy Resources Conservation Act S3
Administrative Procedures and Jurisdiction Act
Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations S12.150
EUB Rules of Practice
Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act
Personal Information Protection Act
Interveners
Rocky Rapids Concerned Citizens
Kessler D.
Mulroy D.
Sullivan D.
Coombs N.
CoombsJ.
Mueller M.
MacKenzie K.
Dupperon L.
Kelly S.
Domke B.
McGinn L.
Ochsner M.
Schmidt D.
Dodd C.
Du S.
McCutcheon D.
Approval
Approved with conditions
Conditions
APPENDIX 2 SUMMARY OF COMMITMENTS The Board notes throughout the decision report that Highpine has undertaken to conduct certain activities in connection with its operations that are not strictly required by the EUB’s 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 have the right to request a review of the original approval if commitments made by the applicant remain unfulfilled. COMMITMENTS BY HIGHPINE
Highpine will not flare more than eight hours in total for each well.
Highpine will maintain roads in the EPZs to ensure that they remain passable during critical sour operations.
Highpine will suspend operations if any roads inside the EPZs are unable to be made passable.
Highpine will lead one full-scale emergency response exercise every year.
Highpine will update its ERPs, including updating all resident information, and submit those updates to the EUB for review.
Highpine will ignite an uncontrolled release within 15 minutes of sour gas reaching surface.
Location
16-14-050-07W5
14-18-050-06W5
16-13-050-07W5
11-14-050-08W5
00-00-048-08W5
00-00-049-09W5
13-02-050-06W5
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