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May 24, 2018

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The Alberta Indigenous Climate Capacity Program (AICCP) is a grant program that builds technical and leadership capacity within Indigenous communities and organizations in order to increase climate leadership knowledge, prepare indigenous communities for green-energy economic development, and...


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July 1, 2002

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This study set out to define appropriate process concepts for the refining of economic bitumen to petrochemicals in Alberta – complete with related research and development and demonstration needs, recognizing possible synergies with oil refining, bitumen upgraders, existing petrochemical...


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January 1, 1988

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The purpose of this report is to document the calculation of the various Crown charges associated with timber damaged by industrial land users on Crown lands. The timber damage charges have evolved as industrial uses and land use conflicts have progressed. These charges have been developed over...


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May 1, 2008

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This quantification protocol is written for the acid gas processing system operator or an acid gas project developer. Some familiarity with, or general understanding of, the operation of an acid gas processing facility is assumed. The opportunity for generating carbon offsets with this protocol...


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June 30, 2010

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The subject project is a pilot designed to evaluate the feasibility, both technical and economic, of polymer flooding as a secondary recovery technique in the Wabiskaw zone of the Brintnell Field within the Pelican Lake area. The project is a participant in the Innovative Energy Technology...


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January 1, 2008

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The strategy outlines priority actions to address labour force issues and challenges experienced by the forest industry. Industry and labour groups are best positioned to implement these strategies over Government will enable and support contributing organizations with the implementation wherever...


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January 11, 2010

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Integrated resource plans (IRPs) provide direction for managing Alberta's public land and resources. When IRPs are developed, information on resources and activities is gathered and the views of interested government departments, municipal authorities, interest groups and the general public are...


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January 1, 1984

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Presents the Government of Alberta's resource management policy for the public lands and resources within the region, which covers an area of approximately 90,000 square kilometres of mainly forest-covered mountains and foothills on the eastern slopes of Alberta's Rocky mountains. It is intended...


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September 18, 2007

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Albertans do not receive their fair share from energy development. The royalty rates and formulas have not kept pace with changes in the resource base and world energy markets. Albertans own the resource. The onus is on their government to re-balance the royalty and tax system so that a fair...


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January 1, 2001

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As the severity of the 2001 fire season developed in late May, Land and Forest Service escalated man-up and aircraft expenditures significantly above normal levels in expectation of increased fire load. Prior to fire activity in the Protection Zone of Alberta, municipalities in the agricultural...