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Decision 88-16

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Applicant
Shell Canada Limited
Application Number
880557
Title
Decision on application by Shell Canada Limited, 1988 (well licence Waterton field)
Date
1988
Title
Decision on application by Shell Canada Limited, 1988 (well licence Waterton field)
Date
1988
Applicant
Shell Canada Limited
Application Number
880557
Hearing Panel
Strom NA
Mink FJ
Fox EG
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Well licence
Descriptors
Pincher Creek area
Sour gas
Waterton field
Well licence
Directional well
Energy development
Environment protection
Environmental impact
Gas well
Gas producing
Government policy
Jurisdiction
Land reclamation
Land use
Livingstone Fm
Locating
Mount Head Fm
NTS 82H
Public interest
Recreational facility
Regional planning
Rundle Gp
Waterton area
Well site
Whitney Creek area
Wildlife management
Legal References
Energy Resources Conservation Act S2
Oil and Gas Conservation Act Part 6
Oil and Gas Conservation Act S4
Oil and Gas Conservation Act S14
Notes
Decision D88-16 on application No. 880557 to drill a well from surface in LSD 2-25-4-2 W5M to bottom hole location in 6-30-4-1 W5M to obtain gas production from the Mount Head and/or Livingstone formations; Board hearing 1988-06-15 adjourned to 1988-08-12/16/17/18/19
Interveners
Pincher Creek Chamber 0f Commerce
Aris Instrument Services Limited
Alberta Wilderness Association
Diamond Hitch Outfitters
Federation of Alberta Naturalists
Public Advisory Committees to the Environment Council of Alberta
National Audobon Society
Wolf, R.E.
Huntley, J.
Tweedie, J.
Dickie, K.
Sheppard, D.H.
Location
02-25-004-02W5
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Decision 90-08

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Applicant
Shell Canada Limited
Husky Oil Operations Ltd.
Application Number
890971
890969
891504
891505
891506
891478
891479
891480
891481
891482
891568
891569
891570
891571
900404
891483
891290
900236
891047
891757
891805
891804
891803
891703
891802
Title
Decision 90-08 : Shell Canada Limited and Husky Oil Operations Ltd.: Application for Caroline Beaverhill Lake gas development
Date
1990
Title
Decision 90-08 : Shell Canada Limited and Husky Oil Operations Ltd.: Application for Caroline Beaverhill Lake gas development
Date
1990
Applicant
Shell Canada Limited
Husky Oil Operations Ltd.
Application Number
890971
890969
891504
891505
891506
891478
891479
891480
891481
891482
891568
891569
891570
891571
900404
891483
891290
900236
891047
891757
891805
891804
891803
891703
891802
Hearing Panel
DeSorcy GJ
Mink FJ
Bietz BF
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Gas processing
Descriptors
Caroline field
Caroline gas project
Energy development
Gas pipeline
Gas processing plant
Pipeline construction permit
Product pipeline
Sour gas
Sulphur recovery plant
Bearberry field
Benefit cost analysis
Carbon dioxide
Capitalized cost
Claus process
Conservation
Economic analysis
Emergency procedure
Emission
Environmental impact
ID-81-03
ID-88-01
Feasibility
Forecasting
Groundwater
Nitrogen oxide
Noise (sound)
NTS 82O
NTS 83B
Operating cost
Petroleum conservation
Public interest
Reliability
Safety
Socio-economic effect
Soil conservation
Soil pollution
Sulphur dioxide
Sulphur recovery
Water disposal
Water pollution
Water quality
Legal References
Oil and Gas Conservation Act S4
Notes
Decision D90-8 on proceeding No. 890971 and on applications by Shell, Husky and associated parties for production, processing and transportation facilities for sour gas reserves in the Caroline Beaverhill Lake area (all in TP.31-36, R.3-10 W5M); Board hearing commenced 1990-04-17 and continued to 1990-05-10 with final argument 1990-05-28/29
Interveners
Federated Pipe Lines Ltd.
Amoco Canada Petroleum Company Ltd.
Altana Exploration Company
ATCOR Ltd.
Canadian Hunter Exploration Ltd.
Gulf Canada Resources Limited
Mobil Oil Canada
NOVA Corporation of Alberta
Numac Oil & Gas Ltd.
Union Pacific Resources Inc.
CN Rail
CP Rail
Alberta Fish and Game Association
Pollution Sub-Committee of the Public Advisory Committees - Environment Council of Alberta
Bauman, J.
Bauman, L.
Brown, R.
McCormick, H.
Brunner, J.
Brunner, L.
Heggie, R.
Burnstick Lake Cottage Owners' Association
Caroline Advisory Board
Caroline & District Chamber of Commerce
Concerned Residents Action Group
County of Mountain View No. 17
Diamond J. Industries Ltd.
Harris, D.
Harris, M.
Hermann, J.
Jans, E.
Jans, B.
Kostuch , M.
Rocky Veterinary Clinic Ltd.
Macklin, J.
Macklin, B.
Mountain View Land Holders Group
Olds& District Chamber of Commerce
Preservation of Agriculture and Living Space Society
Rocky Mountain House & District Chamber of Commerce
Roth, L.
Roth, S.
Saunders, D.
447 Area Residents
Sundre & District Chamber of Commerce
Town of Innisfail
Town of Sundre
Town of Rocky Mountain House
Village of Caroline
Wolf, R.E.
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Decision 94-08

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Applicant
Amoco Canada Petroleum Company Limited
Application Number
931598
Title
Decision 94-08 : Amoco Canada Petroleum Company Limited : Application for an exploratory well, Whaleback Ridge area
Date
1994
Title
Decision 94-08 : Amoco Canada Petroleum Company Limited : Application for an exploratory well, Whaleback Ridge area
Date
1994
Applicant
Amoco Canada Petroleum Company Limited
Application Number
931598
Hearing Panel
Mink FJ
Bietz BF
Evans RG
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Well licence
Descriptors
Citizen participation
Eastern Slopes area
Environmental impact
IL-93-09
Hunter Creek area
Land use
Natural area
NTS 82G
Public interest
Safety
Sour gas
Well licence
Whaleback Ridge area
Legal References
Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations S2.020
Notes
Decision for a licence to drill a well in Lsd 9 Sec 18 Twp 11 Rge 2 W5M (to be known as Amoco Hunter Creek 10-18-11-2) for the purpose of exploring the production potential from the Mississippian system; Board hearing started 1994-05-16 and concluded on 1994-05-30
Interveners
Hunter Creek Coalition
Smith, T.
Huntley, J.
Smith, H.
Mcall, M.
Nelson, E.
Nelson, J.
Molson, T.
Nelson, R.
Nelson, P.
Thiesson, H.W.
Wishart, W.D.
Ross, W.A.
McMillan, W.
Eickmeier, J.R.
Whaleback Coalition
Tweedie, J.A.
Wallis, C.
Pachal, D.L.
Van Tighem, K.
Gerrand, M.
Francis, W.
Longair, R.
Peigan Nation
Antelope Butte Ranch
Sheppard, D.
Marty, S.
Jericho, K.
Hoff, R.
Squair, E.
W.C. Ranching
Top Hand Industrial Services
Diamond Hitch Outfitters
Pincher Creek Chamber of Commerce
McFarland, J.
Location
09-18-011-02W5
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Decision 96-05

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Applicant
Gibson Petroleum Company Limited
Husky Oil Operations Limited
Alberta Energy Company Limited
Application Number
960354
960495
960643
Title
Decision 96-05 : Gibson Petroleum Company Limited, Husky Oil Operations Limited, and Alberta Energy Company : Applications to construct crude oil and low vapour pressure pipelines in the Cold Lake and Hardisty area
Date
1996
Title
Decision 96-05 : Gibson Petroleum Company Limited, Husky Oil Operations Limited, and Alberta Energy Company : Applications to construct crude oil and low vapour pressure pipelines in the Cold Lake and Hardisty area
Date
1996
Applicant
Gibson Petroleum Company Limited
Husky Oil Operations Limited
Alberta Energy Company Limited
Application Number
960354
960495
960643
Hearing Panel
Mink FJ
Barfett AC
McManus BT
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Pipelines
Descriptors
Cold Lake area
NTS 73D
NTS 73E
NTS 73L
Oil pipeline
Public interest
Pipeline construction permit
Notes
EUB Decision D96-5 on Application no. 960345 by Gibson for approval to construct and operate a 151-km heated crude oil pipeline and associated facilities from an existing battery in LSD 14, Section 28, Township 55, Range 6 W4M to an existing pipeline terminal in LSD 4-29-42-9 W4M; and on Application no. 960495 by Husky for approval to construct and operate a 137 km crude oil pipeline and associated facilities from Lsd 5-17-55-5 W4M to the existing pipeline terminal at LSD 4-29-42-9 W4M; and on Application no. 960643 by Alberta Energy Company for approval to construct and operate a 93 km low vapour pressure products pipeline from an existing facility at Lsd 14-10-63-5 W4M to LSD 5-17-55-5 W4M; Board Hearing 1996-08-27/28/29
Interveners
Husky Oil Operations Ltd.
Alberta Energy Company
PanCanadian Petroleum Limited
Imperial Oil Resources Limited
Purchase Oil and Gas
Canpet Energy
Texaco Canada Petroleum Inc.
Norcen Energy Resources Limited
Canadian Natural Resources Limited
Kutryk T
Stout D
Kliciak B
Symborski P
Labrenz J
Pasini J
Stevens R
Location
14-28-055-06W4
04-29-042-09W4
05-17-055-05W4
14-10-063-05W4
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Decision 96-05 Addendum A

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Applicant
Gibson Petroleum Company Limited
Husky Oil Operations Limited
Alberta Energy Company Limited
Application Number
960354
960495
960643
Title
Decision 96-05 Addendum A : Gibson Petroleum Company Limited, Husky Oil Operations Limited, and Alberta Energy Company : Applications to construct crude oil and low vapour pressure pipelines in the Cold Lake and Hardisty area
Date
1996
Title
Decision 96-05 Addendum A : Gibson Petroleum Company Limited, Husky Oil Operations Limited, and Alberta Energy Company : Applications to construct crude oil and low vapour pressure pipelines in the Cold Lake and Hardisty area
Date
1996
Applicant
Gibson Petroleum Company Limited
Husky Oil Operations Limited
Alberta Energy Company Limited
Application Number
960354
960495
960643
Hearing Panel
Mink FJ
Barfett AC
McManus BT
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Pipelines
Descriptors
Cold Lake area
NTS 73D
NTS 73E
NTS 73L
Oil pipeline
Public interest
Pipeline construction permit
Crude oil supply
Notes
EUB Decision D96-05 Addendum A to consider further information pr vided by Husky on the outlook of crude oil supply in support of its application no. 960495 to construct and operate a 137 km crude oil pipeline and associated facilities from Lsd 5-17-55-5 W4M to the existing pipeline terminal at LSD 4-29-42-9 W4M; Board Hearing 1996-08-27/28/29
Location
05-17-055-05W4
04-29-042-09W4
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Decision 96-07

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Applicant
Gulf Canada Resources Limited
Application Number
950983
Title
Decision 96-07 : Gulf Canada Resources Limited : Application for a Strachan gas plant approval amendment - NGTL gas sidestreaming application
Date
1996
Title
Decision 96-07 : Gulf Canada Resources Limited : Application for a Strachan gas plant approval amendment - NGTL gas sidestreaming application
Date
1996
Applicant
Gulf Canada Resources Limited
Application Number
950983
Hearing Panel
Mink FJ
Barfett AC
Bietz BF
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Gas processing
Descriptors
Energy development
Gas processing plant
Liquefied natural gas
NOVA pipeline system
NTS 83B
Proliferation
Public interest
Strachan field
Strachan Gas Plant
Notes
EUB Decision D96-7 on application no. 950983 by Gulf (on behalf of all the working interest owners of the plant except Petro-Canada) to amend EUB Approval no. 6253 for the Strachan gas plant located in Lsd 11 Sec 35 Twp 37 Rge 9 W5M to allow Gulf to reprocess a sidestream volume of gas from the Nova Gas Transmission Ltd (NGTL) system, through the existing deep-cut portion of the plant for the recovery of propane-plus and pentanes-plus liquids; Board hearing 1996-02-27 through 1996-03-07
Interveners
Alberta Natural Gas Company Ltd.
Alberta Natural Gas Company Ltd. et al
Amoco Canada Petroleum Company Ltd.
Amoco Canada Resources Ltd.
Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers
Canadian Hunter Exploration Ltd.
Chevron Canada Resources
Husky Oil Operations Ltd.
Imperial Oil Resources Limited
Novacor Chemicals Ltd.
Poco Petroleum Limited
ProGas Limited
PanCanadian Petroleum Limited
Alberta Energy Company Ltd.
Petro-Canada
TransCanada Gas Services Limited
Location
11-35-037-09W5
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Decision 2002-14

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Applicant
TransAlta Energy Corporation
Application Number
2001200
Title
Decision 2002-14: TransAlta Energy Corporation 900-MW Keephills Power Plant expansion
Date
2002
Title
Decision 2002-14: TransAlta Energy Corporation 900-MW Keephills Power Plant expansion
Date
2002
Applicant
TransAlta Energy Corporation
Application Number
2001200
Hearing Panel
McCrank MN
Lock RG
Miller GJ
Hearing Type
Board
Utilities
Category
Electric power
Descriptors
Electric power project
Expansion
Environmental impact
Industrial development permit
Keephills power project
Memorandum of Decision 2001-09-28
NTS 83G
Performance
Public interest
Socio-economic effect
Thermal power plant
Legal References
Hydro and Electric Energy Act S9
Notes
EUB Decision 2002-14 on an application by TransAlta to construct and operate two 450 MW generating units (Keephills 3 and 4) at its existing Keephills coal-fired power plant site west of Edmonton at S36-51-4-W5M.
Interveners
Alberta Building Trades Council
Alberta Environment
Alberta Health and Wellness
Alberta Sustainable Resource Development
Calpine Canada
Clean Energy Coalition
Committee on Keephills Environment
Department of Fisheries and Oceans
ENMAX Energy Corporation
ENMAX Power Corporation
Enron Canada Corporation
Environment Canada
EPCOR Generation Inc.
EPCOR Power Development Corporation
ESBI Alberta Ltd.
Fording Coal Limited
Health Canada
Lake Wabamun Enhancement Protection Association
Lakeview Ranch
Mewassin Community Action Council
Parkland County
Paul First Nation
Porter Ranches Limited
TransAlta Energy Corporation
Amar P
Anderson AM
Anderson R
Bernette Ho L
Berrien B
Blair LA
Bodnarek R
Bolton J
Boros L
Bossio E
Brauer M
Breymann R
Brown G
Buss KE
Chestermen D
Cheung L
Cook S
Cusano LA
Cymbaluk D
Cymbaluk T
Davies DG
Digel M
Dobko R
Donahue B
Duncan L
Fedorchuk D
Ford A
Frank L
Friesen K
George R
Goodarzi F
Gray G
Gray K
Griffiths M
Hartley B
Henderson B
Henderson J
Hughson BF
Idriss A
Ignasiak MK
Jeerakathil RJ
Jessiman B
Johnson G
Jones G
Kellerhais M
Kinsey E
LaFlair PJ
Lakeman B
Lamb A
Leahey D
Leskiw G
MacDonald B
Mackay M
Mackenzie A
Majewski D
Mak A
Mallon DP
Marr-Laing T
McClelland A
McClelland J
McCullough M
McDonald K
McDougall KM
McLarty AL
Mewhinney E
Michel J
Mitchell B
Morasch L
Mustard B
Ostertag R
Page B
Patching R
Paul D
Polukosho E
Porter K
Pritchard D
Rain P
Reh KP
Sanei H
Sawatsky N
Seneka M
Smellie JH
Spencer S
Staszenski B
Stubbings R
Thrasher JR
Tyrell H
Valupadas P
Veale H
White E
Wollis H
Wood D
Yanor-McRae R
Approval
Approved
Conditions
Conditions, directions and recommendations outlined in Decision Report
Location
##-36-051-04W5
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Decision 2003-101

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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 2004-110

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Applicant
BA Energy Inc.
Application Number
1347899
Title
Decision 2004-110: BA Energy - Prehearing meeting and application to construct and operate an upgrader in Strathcona County
Date
2004
Title
Decision 2004-110: BA Energy - Prehearing meeting and application to construct and operate an upgrader in Strathcona County
Date
2004
Applicant
BA Energy Inc.
Application Number
1347899
Hearing Panel
Berg AJ
Dilay JD
Miller GJ
Hearing Type
Prehearing
Category
Oil sands
Descriptors
Construction permit
Environmental impact
Guide 31A
Health
Interveners cost
NTS 83F
Public interest
Safety
Strathcona county
Upgrading
Legal References
Energy Resources Conservation Act S28
EUB Rules of Practice S50
Interveners
Northeast Strathcona County Residents
Astotin Creek Residents' Coaltion
Government of Alberta
Shell Canada
Inter-Pipeline Fund
Strathcona County Taxpayers Association
Northwest Upgrading
Murray J
Klimek J
Fitch G
Moore J
Stepaniuk D
Gin G
Burns G
Bertsch D
Location
10-15-056-21W4
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Decision 2005-60

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Applicant
Compton Petroleum Corporation
Application Number
1276857
1276858
1276859
1276860
1307759
1307760
Title
Decision 2005-060: Comptom Petroleum applications for licences to drill six critical sour natural gas wells, reduced emergency planning zone, special well spacing, and production facilities Okotoks Field (Southeast Calgary Area)
Date
2005
Title
Decision 2005-060: Comptom Petroleum applications for licences to drill six critical sour natural gas wells, reduced emergency planning zone, special well spacing, and production facilities Okotoks Field (Southeast Calgary Area)
Date
2005
Applicant
Compton Petroleum Corporation
Application Number
1276857
1276858
1276859
1276860
1307759
1307760
Hearing Panel
Berg AJ
Miller GJ
Nichol JR
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Well licence
Descriptors
Battery
Decision D2000 20
Drilling spacing unit
Emergency Response Plan
Facility licence
Gas producing
Guide 56
Guide 71
Horizontal drilling
Horizontal well
Hydrogen sulphide
Natural gas
NTS 82J
Okotoks field
Public interest
Sour gas
Target area
Well licence
Well spacing
Legal References
Oil and Gas Conservation Act S79
Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations S2.020
Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations S7.001
Interveners
Munro S
Newton J
Baiton N
Burditt G
Burns West Corporation
Burns J
Calgary Health Region
Lambert T
Stefani D
Carma Developers
Clark RFE
City of Calgary
Cochrane P
Morris W Chief
Reinfliesch H
Coalition of Concerned Communities
Erin Woods Community Association
Peace I
Evans B
Evans J
Franklin S
Friends of Medicare
Chase H
Front Line Residents Group
Gecko Management Consultants
Hemstock J
McManus R
RWDI West Inc.
Dowsett I
Springer A
Cheung A
Christensen M
Pearson J
Pincott B
Oloman N
Municipal District of Rocky View
West T (Chief)
Ollerenshaw Ranch
Brown G
Taylor P
Pearson R
Pearosn S
Queenan M
A.G. Soutzo
Thimm H
White Family
White F
White G
White P
Hindson H
Duncan C
Picard D
Approval
Approved with conditions
Conditions
APPENDIX 2 SUMMARY OF CONDITIONS APPENDIX 3 SUMMARY OF DIRECTIONS APPENDIX 4 COMMITMENTS
Location
10-13-022-29W4
04-13-022-29W4
06-24-022-29W4
04-18-022-28W4
12-19-022-28W4
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Decision 2010-36

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Applicant
Taylor Processing Incorporated
Application Number
1612382
1618312
Title
Decision 2010-036 : Taylor Processing Inc. : applications for three pipeline licences and a facility licence amendment Harmattan-Elkton Field
Date
2010
Title
Decision 2010-036 : Taylor Processing Inc. : applications for three pipeline licences and a facility licence amendment Harmattan-Elkton Field
Date
2010
Applicant
Taylor Processing Incorporated
Application Number
1612382
1618312
Hearing Panel
McManus BT
Eynon G
DeSorcy GJ
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Pipelines
Descriptors
Harmattan-Elkton Field
NTS 82O
Pipeline licence
Facility licence
Capacity
Resource development
Conservation
Benefit cost analysis
Liquefied natural gas
Gas processing plant
Public interest
Proliferation
Economic analysis
Environmental impact
Legal References
Pipeline Act Part 4
Oil and Gas Conservation Act S39
Interveners
Inter Pipeline Fund (IPF)
BP Canada Energy Company
BP Canada Energy Resources Company (BP)
DOW Chemical Canada ULC (DOW)
NOVA Chemicals Corporation
Mork D
Tarjan P
Alberta Ethane Gathering System Resources Company
Spectra Energy
Approval
Approved with conditions
Conditions
CONDITIONS The Board conditions the Applications to ensure that priority is given to raw gas processing at the Harmattan plant, requiring Taylor to file an annual report to the ERCB that includes
the volume of raw gas processed,
the volume of raw gas offered or nominated,
how raw gas nominations had been disposed of,
details of any ongoing efforts to consolidate processing operations in the Harmattan catchment area, and
verification that the current financial incentive to process raw gas over NGTL gas continues to exist COMMITMENTS BY TAYLOR In its submission and during the proceeding, Taylor committed to the following:
to consult with landowners respecting construction schedules, work hours and other concerns;
to give priority to the processing of raw gas, rather than NGTL system gas at the Harmattan plant; and
to minimize impacts on the environment in the construction and operation of the new pipelines.
Location
01-23-031-01W5
09-16-026-04W5
02-25-031-02W5
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Decision 2012-08

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Applicant
Shell Canada Limited
Application Number
1689376
Title
Decision 2012-008 : Shell Canada Limited application for the Quest carbon capture and storage project Radway Field
Date
2012
Title
Decision 2012-008 : Shell Canada Limited application for the Quest carbon capture and storage project Radway Field
Date
2012
Applicant
Shell Canada Limited
Application Number
1689376
Hearing Panel
Eynon G
McManus RC
Willard RJ
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Storage facility
Pipelines
Descriptors
Shell Scotford upgrader
Carbon dioxide
Injection well
Radway field
Carbon dioxide injection
Alberta Environment
Carbon sequestration
Safety
Emergency procedure
Emergency response plan
Environment protection
Socio-economic effect
Public interest
Monitoring
Measuring
Pipeline transportation
Sequestration
Legal References
Pipeline Act Part 4
Oil and Gas Conservation Act S39
Oil and Gas Conservation Act S13
Notes
Change to legal citation effective January 2011
Interveners
Clifton C
Clifton B
Ouelette T
Cheng Y
Douziech L
Vaudan R
Vaudan J
Secord R
Kovac M
Kovac A
Stanley D
Approval
Approved with conditions
Conditions
TheBoard requires that Shell do the following: 1. Use a MBHIP of 30 MPa for the BCS in the 8-19 injection well. [210] 2. Before construction of the pipeline, submit additional detailed information on the technicaoperational, cost, and public safety considerations of adding mercaptans to the CO stream[241] 3. Submit a complete pre-baseline MMV plan by October 15, 2012. [332] 4. Submit an annual report of operational performance, MMV results, associated analyses that describe how the operational performance of the scheme conforms with the modelling and predictions, and discussion of the need for MMV changes. [333] 5. Submit MMV plan updates as required by the ERCB; as a minimum, Shell must submit updates at critical milestones such as commencement of injection, closure, and post-closure [334] 6. Evaluate the need for adding another deep monitoring well completed in the Winnipegosis formation at either the 15-16 or 15-29 location, and provide its analysis by October 15, 2012. [339] 7. In its annual reporting, evaluate the need for additional deep monitoring wells adjacent to the four legacy wells in the AOI. [340] 8. Conduct hydraulic isolation logging after two years of injection. Any further hydraulic isolation logging over the life of the well will be determined by the ERCB through the annualreporting process. [342] 9. Immediately report any anomalies that indicate fracturing out-of-zone. [343] 10. Complete and submit the final refults of its geomechanical testing of the MCS. [345] 11. Immediately report evidence of loss of containment. [346] 12. Submit a more comprehensive project model using site-specific parameters to re-evaluate the issue of deformations caused by pressure changes, if monitoring shows loss of containment or unexpected surface heave. [346] 13. Address the potential need for micro-seismic arrays at other injection well pads by October 15, 2012. [347] 14. Address the need to rerun CO2 plume and pressure front models in the annual reporting process after the additional injection wells are drilled. {350] 15. Conduct additional fall-off tests with pressure transient analyses after two years of injection, in al injection wells, for comparison with the baseline pressure analysis of the 8-19 well. [351] 16. Submit the preliminary InSAR results showing the distribution of likely natural targets in its October 15, 2012, report. If the ERCB deems corner reflectors necessary, Shell must install the corner reflectors near each injection site at least 15 months before injection. [353] 17. Two years before commencing injection, provide a preliminary report on the InSAR baseline data that addresses the suitability of the data for the pressure front and geomechanical modelling and analysis recommended it its MMV plan. {354] 18. Provide a report to the ERCB six months after injection begins for early indication of the efficacy of the InSAR program. [354] 19. Allow additional water well owners to participate in the landowner water well portion of its MMV program at any time. Shell is required to include such wells in the MMV plan and associated reports. [357] 20. Clarify the process by which Shell determined the statistical significance of the number of domestic wter wells for monitoring within the 3.2 km radius of the proposed injector well locations. This information mush be included in the October 15, 2012, report to the ERCB. [358] 21. In its October 15, 2012, pre-baseline reporting of the MMB plan, address a phased assessment of natural variability of the geochemistry of the water in the domectic water wells included in its baseline study, including the need for more frequent sampling during both the baseline data collection and early operational monitoring periods. [360] 22. Address the potential need for installing additional monitoring wells in the Winnipegosis and BCS toward the periphery of the pressure build-up zone in the BCS later in the project life. This information must be included in each annual report and presentations. [361] 23. Complete its tracer feasibility study, and submit the results of the study one year before injection. If a tracer is deemed not technically feasible, then Shell mush provide a discussion of the baseline data and the methods by which anthropogenic CO2 will be distinguished from naturally occurring CO2. Shell is also required to conduct and analyse measurements of biogenic flux of CO2 in different soil types throughout the AIO, and to report on the results before injection. [363]
Location
12-32-055-21W4
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Decision 2013-17

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision4515
Applicant
Tech Resources Limited
Application Number
1749543
1749567
1749568
1749569
1749570
1749572
1749605
1749607
1749620
1751999
1752756
1763318
1763325
1763326
1763327
Title
Decision 2013-017 : Teck Resources Ltd. application for oil sands evaluation well licences undefined field
Date
2013
Title
Decision 2013-017 : Teck Resources Ltd. application for oil sands evaluation well licences undefined field
Date
2013
Applicant
Tech Resources Limited
Application Number
1749543
1749567
1749568
1749569
1749570
1749572
1749605
1749607
1749620
1751999
1752756
1763318
1763325
1763326
1763327
Hearing Panel
McManus RC
Bolton AH
McNeil B
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Well licence
Descriptors
Evaluation
Bitumen
Fort Chipewyan area
Coring
Land use
Water quality
Athabasca River area
Athabasca River Delta
Wildlife
Animal migration
Native land claims
Public interest
Oil Sands
McMurray FM
Fort Mackay area
Well
Legal References
Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations S2.030
Oil and Gas Conservation Act S4
Oil Sands Conservation Act S3
Responsible Energy Development Act (REDA) D15
2013 ABAER 017
Notes
Change to legal citation effective January 2011
Interveners
Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation (ACFN)
Mikisew Cree First Nation (MCFN)
Fort Chipewyan Métis Local 125 (FCM)
Clark G
Approval
Approved with conditions
Conditions
SUMMARY OF CONDITIONS AND COMMITMENTS 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 AER. 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. The conditions imposed on the licence are summarized below. Undertakings, promises, and commitments (collectively referred to as commitments) to parties involving activities or operations that are not strictly required under AER requirements. These commitments are separate arrangements between the parties and do not constitute conditions of the AER’s approval of the applications. The commitments that have been given some weight by the AER are summarized below. The AER expects the applicant to comply with commitments made to all parties. However, while the AER has considered these commitments in arriving at its decision, the AER cannot enforce them. If the applicant does not comply with commitments made, affected parties may request a review of the original approval. At that time, the AER will assess whether the circumstances regarding any failed commitment warrant a review of the original approval.
COMMITMENTS BY TECK Teck committed to providing FCM with Directive 056 notification at the same time it provides notification to other Fort Chipewyan-based First Nations in the future.
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Decision 2019-008

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision4585
Applicant
Teck Resources Limited
Application Number
1709793
001-00247548
001-00303079
001-00303091
Title
Decision 2019-008 : Tech Resources Limited application for oil sands frontier oil sands mine progect Fort McMurray area
Date
2019
Title
Decision 2019-008 : Tech Resources Limited application for oil sands frontier oil sands mine progect Fort McMurray area
Date
2019
Applicant
Teck Resources Limited
Application Number
1709793
001-00247548
001-00303079
001-00303091
Hearing Panel
Bolton AH
McManus RC
Klassen W
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Oil sands
Descriptors
Evaluation
Bitumen
Fort Chipewyan area
Land use
Water quality
Wildlife
Animal migration
Native land claims
Public interest
Oil sands
McMurray FM
Fort Mackay area
Open pit mining
Environmental impact
Legal References
Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations
Oil and Gas Conservation Act
Oil Sands Conservation Act
Responsible Energy Development Act (REDA)
Water Act
Interveners
Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation (ACFN)
Canadian Parks and Wilderness Sociery Northern Alberta (CPAWS)
Deninu K'ue First Nation
Fond du Lac First Nation
Fort McKay First Nation
Kátl’odeeche First Nation
Keepers of the Athabasca
Mikisew Cree First Nation
Oil Sands Environmental Coalition (OSEC)
Original Fort McMurray First Nation and Clearwater River Band 175
Sierra Club BC
Smith’s Landing First Nation
Stand Earth
The Council of Canadians
The Northwest Territory Métis Nation
Trappers
Wilderness Committee
Approval
Approved with conditions
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Decision Memorandum of Decision 2002-12-06|2002-107

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision3563
Applicant
Manhattan Resources Ltd.
Application Number
1250462
1250463
1260250
1260253
1260257
1269744
1270601
1279696
1279698
1279699
1280291
Title
Decision 2002-107: Memorandum of Decision - Manhattan Resources Ltd. Applications for wells, pipelines, and facilities licences and an amendment to a facility Fort Saskatchewan field
Date
2002
Title
Decision 2002-107: Memorandum of Decision - Manhattan Resources Ltd. Applications for wells, pipelines, and facilities licences and an amendment to a facility Fort Saskatchewan field
Date
2002
Applicant
Manhattan Resources Ltd.
Application Number
1250462
1250463
1260250
1260253
1260257
1269744
1270601
1279696
1279698
1279699
1280291
Hearing Panel
McCrank MN
Dilay JD
McGee TM
Hearing Type
Prehearing
Category
Interveners costs
Descriptors
Facility licence
Fort Saskatchewan area
ID 2000-10
Intervener status
Interveners cost
NTS 83H
Public interest
Regulation
Legal References
Energy Resources Conservation Act S26
Energy Resources Conservation Act S39
Interveners
Dowling Estates
Sherwood Park Fish and Game Association
Aasman A
Aasman K
Allen A
Allen D
Andrew J
Andrew N
Andrew S
Bennett V
Berggren G
Bunker B
Bunker S
Caldwell L
Campbell A
Chevalier C
Chudley S
Clark L
Clark P
Coyne N
Coyne RM
Dobransky B
Downey C
Downey P (aka Bezooyen C)
Ewanchuck H
Fitch G
Grycan I
Grycan K
Hay C
Hay J
Hucuiak R
Hughes M
Jaffer A
Jaffer F
Jait D
Joy D
Joy K
Kadatz D
Kadatz Y
Klingspon D
Klingspon K
Kosanovitch D
Kutzner B
Kutzner D
Lavold C
Lipphardt T
Manji H
Manji I
McKee G
McNabb B
Morris A
Morris S
Moscicki E
Pace J
Penner J
Richard S
Romaniuk C
Romaniuk T
Schaaf C
Schaaf P
Schoof J
Schotte E
Stiener O
Sweet E
Szelekovszky A
Thomas R
Tremblay C
Tychkowsky L
Tychkowsky M
Weber G
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