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7 results found for: "Peace River"

Topics: Energy and Natural Resources Publication Type: Report

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July 1, 2017

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Indigenous communities in the oil sands region have expressed the desire to be equipped to participate in environmental monitoring and help answer their own questions about changes on the land. This report provides a look back at delivery of the Environmental Monitoring Technician Training Pilot...


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June 30, 2017

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This pilot project was conducted in the Panny area within the Peace River Oil Sands Area. The intent of the project was to evaluate the potential of a low-pressure process that utilizes downhole electric heaters combined with water and/or solvent injection to recover bitumen from the Bluesky...


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December 29, 2006

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To address challenges resulting from the rapid pace of oil sands development, and to anticipate the impacts of continuing growth, the Oil Sands Ministerial Strategy Committee of the provincial government was directed by Cabinet in 2006 to develop a coordinated short-term action plan to address...


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January 1, 2004

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The Northern Rivers Ecosystem Initiative (NREI) was a five-year endeavor by the governments of Canada, Alberta, and the Northwest Territories to address commitments made by the three governments in response to the preceding Northern River Basins Study (NRBS). The NRBS was itself a five-year...


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May 1, 1991

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Presents the results of a project to conduct terrain and vegetation resource inventories of the Notikewin South area. This information was required as data for land use evaluations and resource planning and management. The Notikewin South study area is located in northwestern Alberta and...


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March 1, 1990

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Although the proposed mill would be one of the least polluting bleached kraft pulp mills in the world, and even though it would have economic benefits associated with it, the Review Board recommends that it not be approved at this time. The major reason for this recommendation is the effluent...


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January 1, 1981

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This planning study in the Lower Peace River area of northern Alberta includes the communities of La Crete, High Level, Keg River and Fort Vermilion, and defines existing and potential uses for six major resource activities.