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Decision 82-17

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Applicant
Gulf Canada Resources Inc.
Application Number
811041
820204
820205
Title
Decision on application by Gulf Canada Resources Inc., 1982 (sour gas, fuel gas and saltwater disposal pipelines Shaw-Mountain Park areas)
Date
1982
Title
Decision on application by Gulf Canada Resources Inc., 1982 (sour gas, fuel gas and saltwater disposal pipelines Shaw-Mountain Park areas)
Date
1982
Applicant
Gulf Canada Resources Inc.
Application Number
811041
820204
820205
Hearing Panel
DeSorcy GJ
Bohme VE
Strom NA
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Pipelines
Descriptors
Fuel gas pipeline
Gas pipeline
Mountain Park field
Pipeline construction permit
Shaw field
Sour gas
Waste water
Water pipeline
Coal lease
Coal preparation plant
Emergency procedure
Energy development
Environmental impact
Locating
NTS 83F
Pipeline design
Pipeline route
Route selection
Safety
Legal References
Pipeline Act
Notes
Decision 82-17 on application No. 811041, No. 820204 and No. 820205 to construct pipelines to transport sour gas from three wells in Shaw field and four wells in Mountain Park field to a central compressor station in LSD 2-28-48-21 W5M and from proposed compressor to Gulf's Robb plant, and to transport fuel gas from plant to compressor station & line heaters on sour gas gathering system, and to transport sour produced water from plant to water disposal well (TP.47-49, R.19-22, W5M).
Interveners
Mercoal Minerals Ltd.
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Decision 82-E

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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 84-19

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Applicant
Husky Oil Operations Ltd.
Application Number
840324
Title
Examiners report on application by Husky Oil Operations Ltd., 1984 (water injection pipeline Wainwright area)
Date
1984
Title
Examiners report on application by Husky Oil Operations Ltd., 1984 (water injection pipeline Wainwright area)
Date
1984
Applicant
Husky Oil Operations Ltd.
Application Number
840324
Hearing Panel
Homeniuk TF
Berndtsson NG
Sharp KG
Hearing Type
Examiners
Category
Pipelines
Descriptors
Pipeline construction permit
Wainwright area
Water pipeline
Injection well
NTS 73D
Salt water
Legal References
Pipeline Act S7
Notes
ERCB Examiners report E84-19 on application No. 840324 for a permit to construct 0.57 km of 88.9 MM outside diameter pipeline to transport salt water for injection purposes from a battery in LSD 10D-4-45-6 W4M.
Interveners
Spady, A.R.
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Decision 85-19

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Applicant
Canadian Occidental Petroleum Ltd.
Application Number
850199
850200
850201
850202
850203
850204
Title
Decision on application by Canadian Occidental Petroleum Ltd., 1985 (to construct sour gas, fuel gas, produced water and sales gas pipeline systems)
Date
1985
Title
Decision on application by Canadian Occidental Petroleum Ltd., 1985 (to construct sour gas, fuel gas, produced water and sales gas pipeline systems)
Date
1985
Applicant
Canadian Occidental Petroleum Ltd.
Application Number
850199
850200
850201
850202
850203
850204
Hearing Panel
Millard V
Goodman CJ
Evans RG
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Pipelines
Descriptors
Gas pipeline
Mazeppa area
Okotoks area
Pipeline construction permit
Sour gas
Waste water
Water pipeline
Corrosion control
Design criteria
Emergency procedure
Land reclamation
Monitoring
NTS 82I
Pipeline construction
Pipeline design
Pipeline route
Route selection
Safety
Safety equipment
Notes
Decision D85-19 on application No. 850199 to 850204 inclusive by Cdn Oxy to allow it to construct pipelines in Mazeppa area to facilitate recovery of raw gas for processing through the Mazeppa gas plant, to transport sweet natural gas for distribution and to transport produced water to a disposal well (TP.18-20, R.28, W4M).
Interveners
Randle Farms Ltd.
Fred Randle Farms Ltd.
Randle, P.
Broughton, O.J.
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Decision 2004-09

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Applicant
Shell Canada Limited
Application Number
1271285
1271307
1271383
Title
Decision 2004-9: Shell Canada Limited applications for an oil sands mine, bitumen extraction plant, cogeneration plant, and water pipeline in the Fort McMurray area (Joint panel report EUB and CEAA)
Date
2004
Title
Decision 2004-9: Shell Canada Limited applications for an oil sands mine, bitumen extraction plant, cogeneration plant, and water pipeline in the Fort McMurray area (Joint panel report EUB and CEAA)
Date
2004
Applicant
Shell Canada Limited
Application Number
1271285
1271307
1271383
Hearing Panel
Dilay JD
Kupfer G
Houlihan RN
Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency
Hearing Type
Board
Joint
Utilities
Category
Bitumen production
Descriptors
Bitumen
Cogeneration
Extraction
Fort McMurray area
NTS 83H
Oil sands project
Water pipeline
Legal References
Hydro and Electric Energy Act S11
Oil Sands Conservation Act S10
Oil Sands Conservation Act S11
Pipeline Act Part 4
Interveners
Oil Sands Environmental coalition
Woynillowicz
Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation
Fort McMurray Medical Staff Association
Suave' M (MD)
Sierra Club of Canada
May E
Mikisew Cree First Nations
Waquan A (chief)
Courtorielle W
Courtorielle A
Komers P (Dr.)
Dickson E (Dr.)
Byrne J (Dr.)
Kienzle S (Dr.)
Brownlee J
Evans B
McKay V
Wood Buffalo First Nation
Malcolm J
Woodward R
Castor W
Castor G
Grant J
Canadian Natural Resources Limited
Imperial Oil Resources
ExxonMobil Canada
Syncrude Canada Limited
Suncor Energy Limited
UTS Energy Corp.
Government of Canada
Department of Fisheries and Oceans
Courtney R
Majewski D
Makowechi B
Walker D
Shamess J
Thomson A
Environment Canada
Fairbairn M
Bates-Frymel L
Gregoire P
Linderman D
Brownlee B
Coutts B
Natural Resources Canada
Wells L
Health Canada
Liu L
Vuzi O
Indian and NOrther Affairs Canada
Maksymiec K
Her Majest the Queen in Right of Alberta
Alberta Environment
Pretula B
de la Chevrotiere C
Boyd M
Barrett R
Rhude L
Singh K
Marriott P
Alberta Sustainable Resource Development
Chabaylo R
Hale C
McEachern P
Alberta Health and Wellness
MacKenzie A
Bodo K (Dr.)
Approval
Approved with conditions
Conditions
Shell shall submit a lease boundary report five years prior to mining activities reaching any common lease boundary. The report must include a comprehensive description of the lease boundary geology and reserves, geotechnical conditions, alternative mining scenarios and impacts, and the costs associated with each, all in accordance with Section 3.1 of EUB Interim Directive (ID) 2001-7: Operating Criteria: Resource Recovery for Oil Sands Mines and Processing Sites (Section 6.2.2).
Shell shall submit, for EUB approval, an access road and utility corridor update in its 2006 annual report. The report shall include a resource assessment of the oil sands located in the Sharkbite area and under the modified infrastructure corridor. It shall also include a comparison of alternative access road and utility corridor alignments with respect to resource recovery and other relevant criteria (Section 6.3.2).
Shell shall submit, for EUB approval, a resource assessment of the plant site area two years prior to construction (Section 6.3.2).
Shell shall submit, for EUB approval, detailed geotechnical design for all external overburden disposal areas at least six months prior to field preparation in those areas (Section 6.4.2).
Shell shall submit, for EUB approval, a resource assessment of the three waste disposal areas and reclamation material stockpile two years prior to material placement (Section 6.4.2).
Shell shall submit, for EUB approval, a ten-year mine plan and material balance by the earlier of 2008 or six months prior to pit development (Section 6.4.2).
Shell must satisfy the EUB, two years prior to construction of either the Khahago surge facility or the tailings disposal area, that the design of the tailings disposal area, including the surge facility, provides for adequate capacity, stability, and minimization of resource sterilization and environmental impact (Section 6.7.2).
Shell shall provide an annual report to the EUB on the status of the project and its development commencing on February 28, 2005, or such other date and frequency the EUB may stipulate (Section 6.8.2).
Shell shall provide a report on progress in improving the bitumen extraction recovery in every second annual report to the EUB starting in 2008, or such other date and frequency the EUB may stipulate (Section 7.3).
Shell shall continue to evaluate tailing solvent recovery unit (TSRU) thickeners technology and report results to the EUB in the 2006 annual report. The report must identify any opportunities to include TSRU thickeners in the project design and construction (Section 7.3).
Shell shall report on its progress in dealing with separation characteristics of asphaltenes in the TSRU tailings in its annual report to the EUB commencing in 2005, or such other date and frequency the EUB may stipulate (Section 7.3).
On or before February 28 of each year commencing in 2011, Shell shall provide to the EUB a summary of the previous year’s operation stating the amount of asphaltene rejected. The amount of asphaltenes rejection shall be limited to 10 mass per cent based on bitumen production (Section 7.3).
On an annual average basis, Shell must limit site-wide solvent losses to not more than 4 volumes per 1000 volumes of bitumen production under all operating conditions. Shell shall not discharge untreated froth treatment tailings to the tailings disposal area (Section 7.3).
Shell shall submit a report to the EUB prior to final design or June 30, 2006, whichever is earlier, on the feasibility of producing consolidated tailings (CT) on commencement of operation in order to reduce the accumulation of thickened tailings, thin fine tails, and mature fine tails (Section 8.2).
Shell shall describe its progress on developing solid tailings technology in every second annual report to the EUB, commencing on February 28, 2005, or such other date and frequency the EUB may stipulate (Section 8.2).
Shell shall submit to the EUB a report summarizing the engineering design and operating plans for the CT system two years prior to planned start-up, or such other date the EUB may stipulate (Section 8.2).
Shell shall submit to the EUB on or before February 28 of every year commencing in 2011, or such other date or frequency the EUB may stipulate, a report summarizing the performance of the tailings management system during the preceding year, including Shell’s reasons for any deviations from design (Section 8.2).
Shell shall provide a report, for EUB approval, detailing its mine plans near the Pleistocene Channel aquifer (PCA) five years prior to mining in this area to allow for the consideration of resource recovery issues and environmental impacts. The report shall include the proposed location of the pit limits and their proximity to the PCA, as well as a description of any mitigation that would be completed to minimize the impact of mining near the PCA (Section 13.1.6).
Shell shall provide an annual report on regional development cooperation to the EUB starting in 2005. The report shall describe guiding principles and activities for cooperative development, opportunities and constraints of collaborative work among developers, specific time frames and implementation steps for all project phases to integrate them with other oil sands projects in the Muskeg River basin, and the means to evaluate outcomes (Section 18.4).
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Decision 2010-30

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Applicant
Total E&P Canada Limited
Application Number
1551460
Title
Decision 2010-030: Total E&P Canada Ltd. application to construct and operate and oil sands upgrader in Strathcona County
Date
2010
Title
Decision 2010-030: Total E&P Canada Ltd. application to construct and operate and oil sands upgrader in Strathcona County
Date
2010
Applicant
Total E&P Canada Limited
Application Number
1551460
Hearing Panel
Dilay JD
McFadyen D
Watson TL
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Oil sands
Descriptors
Air quality
Environmental impact assessment
Water pipeline
Position (location)
Emission
Health
Emergency response plan
Safety
Surface water
Runoff
North Saskatchewan River
Groundwater
Noise (sound)
Bitumen
Manufactured crude oil
Coke
Sulphur
Vegetation
Soil conservation
Soil pollution
Oil sands
Upgrader
Strathcona County
Fort Saskatchewan area
NTS83H
Legal References
Oil Sands Conservation Act S11
Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act S53
Water Act S37
Water Act S50
Energy Resources Conservation Act S26
Energy Resources Conservation Act S3
Interveners
Citizens for Responsible Development
Vissher H
Vissher E
Henryk Farms Ltd.
Alexander First Nation
Aux Sable Canada Ltd
North West Upgrading Inc.
Shell Canada Energy
Town of Gibbons
Town of Redwater
Town of Bon Accord
City of Fort Saskatchewan
City of Edmonton
Strathcona County
Sturgeon County
Alberta Industrial Heartland Association
Sturgeon Community Hospital Foundation
Merry R
Olstad R
Approval
Approved with conditions
Conditions
CONDITIONS
The Board conditions TOTAL’s approval to require it to achieve 99.5 per cent sulphur recovery on a calendar quarter-year basis within 6 months of commencing start-up activities.
The Board conditions the approval to require TOTAL to conduct a full-scale emergency response exercise that must be performed during a peak traffic period and include notification and actual or simulated evacuation of affected residents/exercise participants prior to start up of operations.
The Board conditions the approval to require TOTAL to submit in its site-specific ERP, an assessment of all hazards, including an H2S release, and appropriate responses based on the particular hazard for the Board’s review and approval following completion of detailed engineering and design, and its full-scale emergency response exercise.
The Board conditions the approval to require TOTAL to submit a revised NIA, prepared in accordance with the requirements of Directive 038, six months prior to starting construction.
The Board conditions the approval to require TOTAL to redo its baseline sound monitoring surveys, in accordance with the requirements of Directive 038, which will include the simultaneous measurement of the A-weighted and C-weighted sound levels in 1/3 octave band values.
The Board conditions TOTAL’s approval to require TOTAL to conduct the post-commissioning sound monitoring survey three months after start-up to verify compliance with the requirements of Directive 038.
The Board conditions the approval to expire on December 31, 2016, unless TOTAL satisfies the Board by no later than October 1, 2016, that construction has commenced or unless the Board stipulates a later date.
Location
xx-17-055-21W4
xx-18-055-21W4
xx-19-055-21W4
xx-20-055-21W4
xx-24-055-22W4
xx-25-055-22W4
xx-36-055-22W4
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Decision E79-(p.059)

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Applicant
Redwater Water Disposal Company Limited
Application Number
780660
Title
Examiners report on application by Redwater Water Disposal Company Limited, 1979 (construction of a secondary line Redwater)
Date
1979
Title
Examiners report on application by Redwater Water Disposal Company Limited, 1979 (construction of a secondary line Redwater)
Date
1979
Applicant
Redwater Water Disposal Company Limited
Application Number
780660
Hearing Panel
Evans RG
Brushett ER
Mazurek LA
Hearing Type
Examiners
Category
Pipelines
Descriptors
Pipeline construction permit
Redwater area
Redwater field
Sour brine
Water pipeline
Encroachment
ID-79-02
Hydrogen sulphide
Pipeline design
Safety
Urban development
Legal References
Energy Resources Conservation Act S41
Notes
ERCB Examiners report on application No. 780660 to construct a secondary pipeline for the transmission of salt water containing natural gas with 10 percent hydrogen sulphide (TP.57, R.21, W4M) S: permit No. 15201
Interveners
Cummings Realty and Appraisal Co. Ltd.
Gulf Canada Resources Inc.
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Decision E80-(p.124)

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Applicant
Anadarko Petroleum of Canada Limited
Application Number
800335
Title
Examiners report on application by Anadarko Petroleum of Canada Ltd., 1980 (construction of a secondary fresh water line Taber)
Date
1980
Title
Examiners report on application by Anadarko Petroleum of Canada Ltd., 1980 (construction of a secondary fresh water line Taber)
Date
1980
Applicant
Anadarko Petroleum of Canada Limited
Application Number
800335
Hearing Panel
Antonio HA
Brushett ER
Berndtsson NG
Hearing Type
Examiners
Category
Pipelines
Descriptors
Pipeline construction permit
Taber area
Water pipeline
Enhanced recovery scheme
Environmental impact
NTS 82H
Pipeline route
Route selection
Legal References
Energy Resources Conservation Act S41
Pipeline Act
Notes
ERCB Examiners report with addendum on application No. 800335 to review permit 18078 for about 5.05 km of 88.9 MM outside diameter secondary pipeline for transmission of fresh water from a point in LSD 12-16-9-16 W4M to a battery in LSD 12-33-9-16 W4M.
Interveners
Winberg, D.
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