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26 results found for: "Petroleum industry and trade--Environmental aspects--Alberta. "

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March 1, 2017

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The aim of reclamation under the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act is to obtain "equivalent land capacity," which is defined as the ability of the land to support various land uses after conservation and reclamation similar to the ability that existed prior to activity being conducted...


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October 1, 2015

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The aim of reclamation under the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act is to obtain "equivalent land capacity," which is defined as the ability of the land to support various land uses after conservation and reclamation similar to the ability that existed prior to activity being conducted...


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March 31, 2015

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The Province introduced reclamation certificates in 1963 to promote reclamation of industrially disturbed private lands. The program was expanded to include public lands in 1978 and revised in 2003 to increase the province's ability to handle certificate applications while maintaining...


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July 1, 2013

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The aim of reclamation under the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act is to obtain "equivalent land capacity," which is defined as the ability of the land to support various land uses after conservation and reclamation similar to the ability that existed prior to activity being conducted...


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July 1, 2013

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The aim of reclamation under the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act is to obtain "equivalent land capacity," which is defined as the ability of the land to support various land uses after conservation and reclamation similar to the ability that existed prior to activity being conducted...


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July 1, 2013

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The aim of reclamation under the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act is to obtain "equivalent land capacity," which is defined as the ability of the land to support various land uses after conservation and reclamation similar to the ability that existed prior to activity being conducted...


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July 1, 2012

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Drilling waste disposal has been regulated in Alberta since 1975. Oil and gas operators are required to show compliance with government standards by submitting disposal information for drilling waste that was disposed of on a wellsite or at a remote sump or land treatment site. This document was...


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June 1, 2012

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In June 2011, the updated 2010 Reclamation Criteria for Wellsites and Associated Facilities for Cultivated Lands, Forested Lands, and Native Grasslands were released. The Reclamation Criteria Advisory Group recommended that the 2010 criteria be reviewed periodically and updated as necessary as...


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January 1, 2012

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This fact sheet replaces C&R/IL/01-9 Certification of Wellsite Reductions, Additions, Overlaps, Multi-Well Facilities, and Forced Lease Boundary Changes and C&R/IL/97-6 Reclamation Certificates for Overlapping Activities.


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December 1, 2011

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The Petroleum Industry Incident Support Plan (PIISP, the plan) is the provincial-level plan whichdirects Government of Alberta (GoA) operations in supporting a local authority, a licensee or an operator during an emergency. It is intended solely for provincial departments/agencies. This plan may...