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Decision 61-01

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Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Title
Decision report 61-01: Gas export 1950-1960 : a summary of proceedings before the Oil and Gas Conservation Board pursuant to the provisions of the Gas Resources Preservation Act
Date
1961
Title
Decision report 61-01: Gas export 1950-1960 : a summary of proceedings before the Oil and Gas Conservation Board pursuant to the provisions of the Gas Resources Preservation Act
Date
1961
Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Category
Gas removal
Descriptors
Gas removal
Alberta
History
Procedure
Legal References
Gas Resources Preservation Act 1949
Gas Resources Preservation Act 1956
Notes
ERCB report summarizing the proceedings before the Oil and Gas Conservation Board on applications for gas removal under the Gas Resources Preservation Act; prepared in January, 1961.
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Decision 75-D

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Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Application Number
7511
Title
Need or otherwise for the continuation of proration of Alberta crude oil production to market demand
Date
1975
Title
Need or otherwise for the continuation of proration of Alberta crude oil production to market demand
Date
1975
Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Application Number
7511
Hearing Panel
Govier GW
Craig DR
Millard V
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Prorationing
Descriptors
MRL
Petroleum conservation
Proration
Alberta
IL-OG-73-24
ERCB 64-10
ERCB 65-3
ERCB 72-B
History
Legal References
Oil and Gas Conservation Act S5
Oil and Gas Conservation Act S34
Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations PART 10
Notes
ERCB report 75-D on proceeding No. 7511 to consider the need to continue proration plan; Board hearing 1974-03-27 for 5 days and closing on 1974-04-09; see also ERCB report 75-L for other part of proceeding on methods for determining MRL'S.
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Decision 77-14

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Applicant
Shell Canada Resources Limited
Application Number
770189
Title
Decision report 77-14: Inquiry report on uncontrolled flow Shell 35 Waterton 12-9-3-30 W4, Waterton Pincher Creek area
Date
1977
Title
Decision report 77-14: Inquiry report on uncontrolled flow Shell 35 Waterton 12-9-3-30 W4, Waterton Pincher Creek area
Date
1977
Applicant
Shell Canada Resources Limited
Application Number
770189
Hearing Panel
Craig DR
Bohme VE
Hearing Type
Examiners
Category
Inquiry - Blowout
Descriptors
Blowout (well)
Pincher Creek area
Sour gas
Waterton area
Blowout control
Case history
Emergency procedure
Emission
Hydrogen sulphide
NTS 82H
Safety
Inquiry
Notes
ERCB inquiry report 77-14 on proceeding No. 770189 to inquire into the cause and events relating to an uncontrolled flow of sour gas from the well Shell 35 Waterton 12-9-3-30W4 on 28 February and 1 March 1977; Board inquiry 1977-03-16; also bound in 1977 Examiners reports starting on P.79
Interveners
Alberta Disaster Services
Huntley, J.
Tweedie, J.
Newton, G.
Municipal District of Pincher Creek
Oldman River Regional Planning Commission
Can-Tex Drilling and Exploration Ltd.
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Decision 78-05

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Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Application Number
9750X
Title
Decision on proceeding on spacing and target area requirements for oil and gas wells drilled in the province of Alberta, 1978
Date
1978
Title
Decision on proceeding on spacing and target area requirements for oil and gas wells drilled in the province of Alberta, 1978
Date
1978
Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Application Number
9750X
Hearing Panel
Craig DR
Millard V
DeSorcy GJ
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Spacing
Descriptors
Drilling spacing unit
Land use
Target area
Well spacing
Agricultural land
Alberta
Citizen participation
Communication
Community relations
Economic analysis
Environmental impact
Gas well
History
Oil well
Procedure
Regulation
Legal References
Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations S4.030
Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations S15.060
Notes
Decision on proceeding No. 9750X to consider representations from agricultural groups on the need to amend the present well spacing and target area requirements
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Decision 78-08

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Applicant
Amoco Canada Petroleum Company Limited
Application Number
780023
Title
Decision on inquiry into uncontrolled flow from the well Amoco Pacific Brazr 7-10-48-12 W5M in the Lodgepole Drayton Valley area, 1978
Date
1978
Title
Decision on inquiry into uncontrolled flow from the well Amoco Pacific Brazr 7-10-48-12 W5M in the Lodgepole Drayton Valley area, 1978
Date
1978
Applicant
Amoco Canada Petroleum Company Limited
Application Number
780023
Hearing Panel
DeSorcy GJ
Bohme VE
Kupchanko EE
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Inquiry - Blowout
Descriptors
Blowout (well)
Blowout control
Drayton Valley area
Lodgepole blowout
Sour gas
Well killing
Air pollution
Case history
Inquiry
Emergency procedure
Emission
Environmental impact
Health
Hydrogen sulphide
NTS 83G
Procedure
Safety
Legal References
Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations S8.137
Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations S8.142
Notes
Decision 78-8 on proceeding No. 780023 to investigate an uncontrolled flow of sour gas from a well in LSD 7-10-48-12 W5M during a period from 1977-12-06 to 1978-01-02; Board inquiry 1978-02-22/23
Interveners
Alberta Disaster Services
Pacific Petroleum Ltd.
S&T Drilling (Northern) Ltd.
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Decision 81-20

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Applicant
Unifarm
Smoky River Surface Rights Society
Bonanza and Districts Surface Rights Association
Application Number
810078
Title
Decision on proceeding on drilling spacing unit target area requirements for oil and gas wells drilled in the province of Alberta
Date
1981
Title
Decision on proceeding on drilling spacing unit target area requirements for oil and gas wells drilled in the province of Alberta
Date
1981
Applicant
Unifarm
Smoky River Surface Rights Society
Bonanza and Districts Surface Rights Association
Application Number
810078
Hearing Panel
DeSorcy GJ
Goodman CJ
Strom NA
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Spacing
Descriptors
Drilling spacing unit
Energy development
Target area
Well spacing
Agricultural land
Alberta
Gas producing
History
Land use
Locating
Oil producing
Planning
Regulation
Revision
Notes
Decision 81-20 on proceeding No. 810078 to consider change in current target area provisions for oil and gas wells in Alberta; Board hearing 1981-03-16/17/18/19/20 see related Decision 81-21
Interveners
Alberta Cattle commission
Alberta Surface Rights Federation
Blindman Valley Farmers Association
Bluffton Agriculture Association
Christian Farmers Federation
County of Beaver No. 9
County of Leduc No. 25, Agricultural Development Committee
Elk Point Surface Rights Association
Farmers' Advocate of Alberta
Improvement District No.19, Surface Rights Group
Mountainview Landholders Group
Municipal District of Bonnyville No. 87and Improvement District No. 18, Agricultural Development Committee
Municipal District of Sturgeon
O'Ferrall, B.K.
Parkland Acreage Owners Association
Three Hills Surface Rights Group
Warburg-Pembina Surface Rights Group
Willow Creek Agricultural Development Committee and Willow Creek Surface Rights Society
Amoco Canada Petroleum Company Ltd.
Canadian Petroleum Association
Chevron Standard Limited
Dome Petroleum Limited
Esso Resources Canada Limited
Hudson's Bay Oil and Gas Company Limited
Independent Petroleum Association of Canada
PanCanadian Petroleum Limited
Shell Canada Resources Limited
Western Mines Limited
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Decision 2011-05

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Applicant
Total E&P Limited
Application Number
1445535
Title
Decision 2011-005 : Total E&P Joslyn Ltd. application for an oil sands mine and bitumen processing facility Joslyn North mine project Fort McMurray area
Date
2011
Title
Decision 2011-005 : Total E&P Joslyn Ltd. application for an oil sands mine and bitumen processing facility Joslyn North mine project Fort McMurray area
Date
2011
Applicant
Total E&P Limited
Application Number
1445535
Hearing Panel
Dilay JD
Ross B
McFadyen D
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Oil sands
Descriptors
Oil sands oil recovery
Bitumen
Oil sands
Directive 074
Environmental impact assessment
Conservation
Environmental impact
Wildlife
Vegetation
Wetland
Water
Fish
History
Paleontology
Land use
Socio-economic effect
Economic development
Noise (sound)
Reclamation
Liability (law)
Tailings - storage
Settling pond
Residential building
Public consultation
Cumulative impact assessment
Legal References
2011 ABERCB 005
Oil Sands Conservation Act S3
Oil Sands Conservation Act S24
Oil Sands Conservation Act S26
Oil Sands Conservation Regulation
Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act
Water Act
Energy Resources Conservation Act
Canadian Environmental Assessment Act
Notes
Report of the joint review panel established by the Federal Minister of the Environment and the Energy Resources Conservation Board
Change to legal citation effective January 2011
Interveners
BP Canada Energy Company
Shell Canada Limited
Syncrude Canada Limited
Belanger F member of the Dene Sioux First Nation
Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo (RMWB)
Oil Sands Environmental Coalition (OSEC)
Mikisew Cree First Nation (MCFN)
Fort McKay First Nation and Metis Nation Local #63 (Fort McKay)
Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation (ACFN)
Non-Status Fort McMurray Band Descendents, and Off-Reserve Fort McMurray Band Descendants
Sierra Club Prairie
Guertin M
Clearwater River Band No. 175
Government of Canada
Government of Alberta
Joint Review Panel (Panel) staff
Approval
Approved with conditions
Conditions
Condition 1 – TOTAL will submit a detailed tailings management plan two years before commencement of operations, and TOTAL will clearly demonstrate its ability to meet all requirements of Directive 074. (Section 5.1.3) Condition 2 – TOTAL will devise methods for measuring fines at the project in accordance with Energy Resources Conservation Board requirements. (Section 5.1.3) Condition 3 – TOTAL will notify the Energy Resources Conservation Board in writing of any proposed pilot plants and/or demonstration plants for all technology development at least six months before construction of those facilities begins. (Section 5.1.3) Condition 4 – TOTAL will provide written updates of any previously submitted test reports by no later than February 28 each year, or as otherwise specified by the Energy Resources Conservation Board. (Section 5.1.3) Condition 5 – TOTAL will not exceed three million cubic metres of fluid in the sand beach area sumps. (Section 5.1.3) Condition 6 – One year prior to plant start-up, TOTAL will privide measurement plans to the Energy Resources Conservation Board for review and approval, including process and instrumentation diagrams, metering, sampling methods, analytical methods and, material balance procedures that satisfy Energy Resources Conservation Board measurement requirements. (Section 5.2.2) Condition 7 – TOTAL will not discharge any untreated froth treatment tailings to the tailings disposal area. (Section 5.3.2) Condition 8 – On an annual average basis, TOTAL will limit site-wide solvent losses to not more than four volumes per thousand volumes of bitumen production under any operating conditions. (Section 5.3.2) Condition 9 – On an annual average basis, TOTAL will limit the amount of asphaltene rejection to 10 mass per cent based on bitumen production. (Section 5.4.2) Condition 10 – TOTAL will submit detailed geotechnical designs for all external overburden disposal areas and reclamation stockpiles to the Energy Resources Conservation Board at least six months prior to conducting any field preparation in these areas. (Section 5.5.3) Condition 11 – TOTAL will submit to the Energy Resources Conservation Board, for its review and approval, detailed geotechnical designs and setback distances for critical infrastructure two years prior to site preparation activities for the ore preparation plant pit, the west and southern final pitwall, and for the final pitwall design and assessed setback from the Ells River. (Section 5.5.3) Condition 12 – TOTAL will provide Alberta Environment with a wildlife mitigation plan for approval prior to clearing any vegetation. The plan must achieve no net significant adverse effect on species at risk and deal with mitigating impacts to not only species at risk, but also valued wildlife. (Section 6.1.3) Condition 13 – TOTAL will monitor noise levels at James Grandejambe’s cabin. Should noise levels exceed those outlined in Directive 038, TOTAL will ensure that mitigation measures are implemented and that Directive 038 compliance is met. (Section 9.6.3) Condition 14 – TOTAL will maintain unimpeded access required for stakeholders to areas west of the project until the Moose Lake access management plan, or an equivalent, is implemented. (Section 9.7.3) Condition 15 – TOTAL will actively support and participate in the Cumulative Environmental Management Association and other regional committees to develop and use its strategies to mitigate both development and regional cumulative environmental effects. (Section 10.1.3) Condition 16 – TOTAL will limit the area of disturbance to 5000 hectares or less. (Section 10.1.3) Condition 17 – TOTAL will remove all benching on mine discard structures prior to reclaiming them. (Section 10.1.3) Condition 18 – TOTAL will provide sustainable watershed designs with vegetated watercourses for geotechnical design applications for mine discard structures. Landform watershed designs should be consistent with regionally recognized guidelines for the purpose of erosion management. (Section 10.1.3) Condition 19 – TOTAL will provide an amended mine plan to demonstrate an integrated landform and landscape design for the Canadian Natural Resources Limited – TOTAL common mine boundary to the Energy Resources Conservation Board for approval five years prior to development. The amended plan must include a discussion of the feasibility of filling the trench area between the Joslyn North and Horizon projects with mine discard. The plan must also include a discussion of the alternatives considered by TOTAL. (Section 10.2.3) Condition 20 – TOTAL will submit an annual report to the Energy Resources Conservation Board, starting two years prior to commencing mining operations, that describes its end pit lake research and development efforts for the previous year, and the current plans and timelines for determining the efficacy of its end pit lake within seven years of mine closure. This report will include all of TOTAL’s efforts and contributions with respect to collaboration on the demonstration of a full scale end pit lake. (Section 12.3)
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