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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 97-05

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision2754
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 98-13

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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