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Decision 78-04

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Applicant
Gulf Oil Canada Limited
Application Number
770991
Title
Decision on inquiry into uncontrolled discharge of sour gas Gulf Oil Canada Limited secondary line licence 7293 in the Alix area, 1978
Date
1978
Title
Decision on inquiry into uncontrolled discharge of sour gas Gulf Oil Canada Limited secondary line licence 7293 in the Alix area, 1978
Date
1978
Applicant
Gulf Oil Canada Limited
Application Number
770991
Hearing Panel
DeSorcy GJ
Bohme VE
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Inquiry - Pipelines
Descriptors
Gas pipeline
Pipeline accident
Pipeline leak
Sour gas
Atmospheric diffusion
Death
Emergency procedure
Evacuation
Hydrogen sulphide
NTS 83A
Pipeline safety
Safety
Inquiry
Notes
Decision on proceeding No. 770991 on pipeline rupture in LSD 1-23-39-23 W4M on pipeline that transmits sour gas from Clive central battery to Gulf Nevis gas plant resulting in an uncontrolled discharge of sour gas at the break location; Public inquiry
Interveners
Quintana Exploration Co.
Hazen and Babb Drilling Consultants Ltd.
Love's Oilfield Construction
Schmidt Drilling
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Decision 79-14

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision2082
Applicant
Amerada Minerals Corporation of Canada Limited
Application Number
771016
771017
771018
Title
Decision on application by Amerada Minerals Corporation of Canada Ltd., 1979 (approval to resume operation of three sections of pipeline - Olds, Carstairs and Didsbury areas)
Date
1979
Title
Decision on application by Amerada Minerals Corporation of Canada Ltd., 1979 (approval to resume operation of three sections of pipeline - Olds, Carstairs and Didsbury areas)
Date
1979
Applicant
Amerada Minerals Corporation of Canada Limited
Application Number
771016
771017
771018
Hearing Panel
DeSorcy GJ
Goodman CJ
Bellows LA
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Pipelines
Descriptors
Carstairs area
Gas pipeline
Olds area
Sour gas
ID-79-02
Fibreglass liner
Gas producing
Lining
Maintenance
NTS 82O
NTS 82P
Pipe testing
Pipeline corrosion
Pipeline leak
Safety
Legal References
Pipeline Act
Notes
Decision 79-14 on application No. 771016, No. 771017 and No. 771018 to resume operation of three segments of secondary pipeline for the transmission of sour gas in the Carstairs, Didsbury & Olds areas (TP.30-32, R.28(W4) to R.1 (W5)).
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Decision 80-F

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision2323
Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Application Number
790161
Title
Standard for pipeline control-system capabilities in Alberta: recommendations
Date
1980
Title
Standard for pipeline control-system capabilities in Alberta: recommendations
Date
1980
Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Application Number
790161
Category
Pipelines
Descriptors
Leak detector
Mill Woods area
Pipeline leak
Pipeline safety
Piping system
Safety equipment
Standard
Urban development
Control equipment
Monitoring
NTS 83H
Recommendation
Safety
Notes
ERCB report 80-F arising from recommendations made in the report on Millwoods pipeline failure inquiry (proceeding No. 790161) CA2AL ER 3 D23/ No. 1979-07-31
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Decision 82-07

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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 82-E

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision2314
Applicant
Shell Canada Resources Limited
Application Number
810148
810149
810150
810663
810714
810715
810716
Title
Decision on application by Shell Canada Resources Limited, 1982 Shell proposed Moose and Whiskey Pipelines and related facilities, Kananaskis area
Date
1982
Title
Decision on application by Shell Canada Resources Limited, 1982 Shell proposed Moose and Whiskey Pipelines and related facilities, Kananaskis area
Date
1982
Applicant
Shell Canada Resources Limited
Application Number
810148
810149
810150
810663
810714
810715
810716
Hearing Panel
Millard V
Strom NA
Evans RG
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Pipelines
Descriptors
Battery
Compressor station
Fuel gas pipeline
Gathering line
Gas pipeline
Kananaskis Area
Moose field
Pipeline construction permit
Sour gas
Water disposal
Water pipeline
Whiskey field
Atmospheric diffusion
Conflict
Disposal well
Economic analysis
Energy development
Environmental impact
ID-81-03
IL-80-24
Gas producing
Hydrogen sulphide
Land reclamation
Land use
NTS 82J
NTS 82O
Pipeline crossing
Pipeline design
Pipeline leak
Pipeline route
Recreational facility
Safety
Sulphur recovery
Waste disposal
Waste water
Legal References
Oil and Gas Conservation Act S26
Pipeline Act
Notes
ERCB Reort 82-E on application no. 810148 for a pipeline to transport sweet fuel gas from Quirk Creek Plant to proposed Whiskey and Moose compressor stations; on application no. 810149 for pipeline to to transport sour gas from proposed compressor to Quirk Creek plant; on application no. 810150 for pipeline to transport sour gas from wellheads to proposed Moose and Whiskey compressor stations; on application no. 810663 for a pipeline to transport sour water from proposed compressor station to an injection well; on application no. 810714 to construct a gas battery with dehydration and liquid separation facilities and one compressor (LSD 4-35-21-5, W5M); on application no. 810715 to construct gas battery with dehydration and liquid separation facilities and two compressors (LSD 13-22-22-6, W5); and on application no. 810716 to dispose of sour water produced from Moose and Whiskey fields by injection into Mississippian Turner Valley Fm; Board hearing 1982-01-06/07/08/09/10/13/14/15 & 1982-02-01; See related ERCB Decisions 82-3, 82-12 and Report 82-D; See also ERCB Decision D83-22 on later Shell application (No. 830603) for Board to reconsider decision contained in this report
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Decision 83-G

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision2277
Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Title
Analysis of pipeline performance in Alberta
Date
1983
Title
Analysis of pipeline performance in Alberta
Date
1983
Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Category
Pipelines
Descriptors
Pipeline
Pipeline accident
Pipeline data
Pipeline leak
Alberta
Evaluation
Performance
Statistical data
Notes
ERCB report 83-G on a study of pipeline performance in Alberta between 1975 & 1982
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Decision 90-C

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision75
Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Title
Amoco pipeline failure 11-18-41-8 w5m
Date
1990
Title
Amoco pipeline failure 11-18-41-8 w5m
Date
1990
Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Category
Pipelines
Descriptors
Failure
Oil spill
Pipe testing
Pipeline accident
Pipeline corrosion
Pipeline leak
Rocky Mountain House area
NTS 83B
Regulation
Notes
ERCB report 90-C to review the information pertinent to the escape of crude oil from an Amoco pipeline and to assess whether improvements to regulations or other actions should be considered
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Decision 91-G

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision34
Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Title
Pipeline performance in Alberta
Date
1991
Title
Pipeline performance in Alberta
Date
1991
Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Category
Pipelines
Descriptors
Pipeline
Pipeline accident
Pipeline data
Pipeline leak
Alberta
Evaluation
Performance
Statistical data
Notes
2 copies
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Decision 92-C

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision22
Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Nova Corporation of Alberta
Title
Nova pipeline failure James River interchange
Date
1992

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 99-24

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Applicant
Shell Canada Limited
Application Number
980058 (Proceeding number)
Title
Decision 99-24: Public inquiry, operational review of the Shell Carbondale Pipeline System, Licence 23800, Waterton Field, Shell Canada Limited
Date
1999
Title
Decision 99-24: Public inquiry, operational review of the Shell Carbondale Pipeline System, Licence 23800, Waterton Field, Shell Canada Limited
Date
1999
Applicant
Shell Canada Limited
Application Number
980058 (Proceeding number)
Hearing Panel
Mink FJ
Bietz BF
Sharp KG
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Inquiry - Pipelines
Descriptors
Carbondale pipeline
Decision D1995-06
Decision D1998-16
Environment protection
Hydrogen sulphide
Pipeline leak
Public consultation
Legal References
Energy Resources Conservation Act S22
Pipeline Act S5
Pipeline Act S29
Notes
EUB Decision D99-24 on proceeding no. 980058 re the operational efficiency of the Carbondale pipeline system at Lsd 1-07-06-02 W5M (Junction J) and the Board's subsequent ruling that Shell repair corrosion induced leaks in said system in order to prevent any further hydrogen sulphide release.
Board hearing 1999-03-30 - 1999-04-23
Interveners
Shell Canada Limited
Sheppard D
Sheppard J
Fitch G
Kilgour I
Hart A
Welte K
Goertz K
Szklarz K
Holmes-Smith R
Davies D
Mulzet G
Howorko R
Bich N
Byrne M
Kuppe M
Duncan C
New E
Approval
Approved
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Decision 1982-05-27

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Applicant
Union Oil Company of Canada Limited
Application Number
820289
Title
Report on inquiry into third party damage to pipelines of Union Oil Company of Canada Ltd. in the Cutbank area, 1982
Date
1982
Title
Report on inquiry into third party damage to pipelines of Union Oil Company of Canada Ltd. in the Cutbank area, 1982
Date
1982
Applicant
Union Oil Company of Canada Limited
Application Number
820289
Hearing Panel
Bohme VE
Brushett ER
Eng P
Fox EG
Hearing Type
Board initiated
Category
Pipelines
Descriptors
Gas pipeline
Pipeline accident
Pipeline crossing
Emergency procedure
Failure
Locating
NTS 83L
Pipeline leak
Pipeline safety
Right of way
Legal References
Pipeline Act S36
Pipeline Regulation S29
Pipeline Regulation S64
Notes
ERCB report on inquiry into the events and conditions leading up to the breaks and the damage of the pipelines, the reasons for and cause of the pipeline breaks and damage, the actions taken to notify the necessary authorities and affected parties, and the corrective actions taken to reinstate the operation of the damaged pipelines; ERCB inquiry held 1982-05-27
Interveners
Peace Pipe Line Ltd.
Ion JA
Harris B
Thomassen NR
Motley JW
Union Oil Company of Canada Ltd.
Harris J
Vandermeer JG
Snyder DW
Goldie B
Pearson B
Magda A
Brown D
Pecharsky P
Leduc Construction Company Ltd.
Stevenson R
Reynolds S
Priestap P
Boily M
Dome Petroleum Limited
Grant PJ
Johnston A
Hartley J
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Decision 2007-A

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision4378
Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Title
Pipeline performance in Alberta
Date
2007

Decision E72-(p.190)

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision3621
Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Application Number
6817
Title
Examiners report on inquiry into the failure of two pipe lines owned by Federated Pipe Lines Ltd. and resulting oil spills
Date
1976
Title
Examiners report on inquiry into the failure of two pipe lines owned by Federated Pipe Lines Ltd. and resulting oil spills
Date
1976
Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Application Number
6817
Hearing Panel
Craig DR
Eng P
Millard V
Hearing Type
Examiners
Category
Inquiry - Pipelines
Descriptors
Gas pipeline
Pipeline leak
Failure
Leak detector
Line pipe
Inquiry
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Decision E73-(p.066)

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision3625
Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Application Number
7061
Title
Examiners report on inquiry into the failure of a flow line owned by Hudson's Bay Oil and Gas Company Limited and the resulting oil spill to the waters of the Three Hills Creek
Date
1973
Title
Examiners report on inquiry into the failure of a flow line owned by Hudson's Bay Oil and Gas Company Limited and the resulting oil spill to the waters of the Three Hills Creek
Date
1973
Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Application Number
7061
Hearing Panel
Craig DR
Eng P
Millard V
Hearing Type
Examiners
Category
Inquiry
Descriptors
Gathering line
Oil spill
Pipeline accident
Pipeline leak
Containment
Emergency procedure
Pipeline crossing
Training
Inquiry
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Decision E74-(p.029)

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision3629
Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Application Number
261
Title
Examiners report on inquiry into the case where a contractor, while constructing a new flow line for Home Oil, ruptured an oil transmission line operated by Federated Pipe Lines. Oil spilled from the broken pipe susequently entered a creek which is a tributary of the Swan River
Date
1974
Title
Examiners report on inquiry into the case where a contractor, while constructing a new flow line for Home Oil, ruptured an oil transmission line operated by Federated Pipe Lines. Oil spilled from the broken pipe susequently entered a creek which is a tributary of the Swan River
Date
1974
Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Application Number
261
Hearing Panel
Craig DR
Eng P
Strong JI
Hearing Type
Examiners
Category
Inquiry
Descriptors
Gathering line
Oil spill
Pipeline accident
Pipeline leak
Containment
Emergency procedure
Pipeline crossing
Training
Inquiry
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Decision E74-(p.037)

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Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Application Number
262
Title
Examiners report on inquiry into discovery by Imperial Oil personnel, of a salt water spill that had occurred from a break in a 6 inch diameter disposal line.
Date
1974
Title
Examiners report on inquiry into discovery by Imperial Oil personnel, of a salt water spill that had occurred from a break in a 6 inch diameter disposal line.
Date
1974
Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Application Number
262
Hearing Panel
Bohme VE
Eng P
Morin EJ
Hearing Type
Examiners
Category
Inquiry
Descriptors
Pipeline leak
Salt spill
Water disposal
Containment
Personnel
Training
Inquiry
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Decision E74-(p.086)

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision3631
Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Application Number
263
Title
Examiners report on inquiry into the case where a 20-inch Alberta Gas Trunk Line Company Limited pipe line was ruptured by a pipe line plough operated by Spade Construction during installation of plastic pipe line for gas distribution for North Peace Gas Co-operative Limited, resulting in the death of three Spade Construction employees
Date
1974
Title
Examiners report on inquiry into the case where a 20-inch Alberta Gas Trunk Line Company Limited pipe line was ruptured by a pipe line plough operated by Spade Construction during installation of plastic pipe line for gas distribution for North Peace Gas Co-operative Limited, resulting in the death of three Spade Construction employees
Date
1974
Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Application Number
263
Hearing Panel
Craig DR
Eng P
Millard V
Hearing Type
Examiners
Category
Inquiry
Descriptors
Gathering line
Oil spill
Pipeline accident
Pipeline leak
Containment
Emergency procedure
Pipeline crossing
Training
Inquiry
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Decision E75-(p.001)

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Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Application Number
264
Title
Examiners report on inquiry into pipeline break at Rimbey gas plant, 1975
Date
1975
Title
Examiners report on inquiry into pipeline break at Rimbey gas plant, 1975
Date
1975
Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Application Number
264
Hearing Panel
Bellows LA
Brushett ER
Hearing Type
Examiners
Category
Inquiry - Pipelines
Descriptors
Pipeline accident
Pipeline leak
Disposal system
Effluent
Environmental impact
Fibre-reinforced pipe
Fibreglass pipe
Gas processing plant
NTS 83B
Spill
Inquiry
Notes
ERCB Examiners report on administrative proceeding No. 264 to inquire into the cause and events surrounding a plant effluent spill from a fibreglass reinforced disposal line from the Rimbey gas plant in section 5-44-1 W5; Examiners inquiry 1975-02-04
Interveners
Gulf Oil Canada Limited
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