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33 results found for: "Conservation and reclamation information letter"

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May 1, 2011

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This guide provides reclamation certificate application information to oil and gas operators. Information in this guide has been compiled from conservation and reclamation information letters, remediation and reclamation fact sheets, and the 2010 Reclamation Criteria for Wellsites and Associated...


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December 1, 2002

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Explains changes to legislation to exempt pipelines in the Green Area from the requirement to obtain an approval under the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act. The Green Area is forested public land managed by Alberta Sustainable Resource Development under the Public Lands Act.


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March 1, 2002

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This information letter describes changes in how oil production sites are identified as Class I or Class II. Criteria for determining Class I sites were modified in the Activities Designation Regulation in 1996.


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August 1, 2001

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Under the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act and the Conservation and Reclamation Regulation pipeline operators must obtain a reclamation certificate following abandonment of a pipeline, unless exempted by the Regulation. This information letter provides an overview of the application...


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August 1, 2001

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Alberta Environment has been receiving a number of reclamation certificate applications for portions of wellsite leases, odd-shaped leases, and other special cases. This Information Letter describes the response to these requests so operators will know when an application will be processed and...


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July 1, 2001

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Discusses the use of plough-in operations rather than traditional trenching to install pipelines. While the former are thought to minimize land disturbance, it is important that operators remember that ploughed-in pipelines are still regulated and operators are required to properly conserve and...


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July 1, 2001

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Provides information on the regulatory framework for liability for upstream oil and gas sites, such as well sites, oil production sites, pipelines and batteries, that have some contamination above acceptable environmental standards or that demonstrate adverse effects.


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April 1, 2001

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Describes the roles and functions of National Energy Board and Alberta Environment as they relate to land conservation and reclamation during pipeline construction, operation, and decommissioning.


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December 1, 2000

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Provides guidance on the disposal of excess soil that may result from a roadway project.


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November 1, 2000

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In February and March 1998, public meetings were held in 10 locations throughout Alberta to discuss reclamation criteria and the certification process for wellsites. This information letter deals with a recommendation that came of of the discussions that said landowners and occupants should be...