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It became part of the Department of Lands and Mines when this department was established in 1930. The Department of Mines and Minerals was created when the Department of Lands and Mines split, creating the Department of Mines and Minerals and the Department of Lands and Forests.
Access the Alberta Responsible Energy Policy System (AREPS) The AREPS portal provides access to public policies relating to the development of upstream oil, gas, oil sands and coal. Users are able to identify and access policy documents from this easy to use platform.
The Government of Alberta works with Albertans to develop and improve land conservation and reclamation policies and programs for the oil sands and coal mining industries. Following release of the Responsible Energy Development Act , regulatory responsibility for oil sands and coal mines was transferred from Alberta Environment and Parks to the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER).
Death of the Alberta wildcatter How our junior energy industry went to pot In 2006, there were 94 energy companies with a market cap below $500 million, today there are only 27
The Ministry of Energy is a Cabinet level agency of the government of the Canadian province of Alberta responsible for coordinating policy relating to the development of mineral and energy resources. It is also responsible for assessing and collecting non renewable resource (NRR) royalties , freehold mineral taxes, rentals, and bonuses.
Energy Efficiency Alberta is a new provincial agency providing programs and services to help Albertans save money and energy. Meet the Agency Other Energy Efficiency Programs
Alberta Wind Energy Corporation (AWEC) was formed in 2003 to develop renewable energy projects. The Company is currently focused on developing several sites, taking a staged approach to power generation and shareholder value creation.
OIL SANDS MINING RECLAMATION IN ALBERTA 277 * Partner, Macleod Dixon LLP, Calgary, Alberta. ** General Counsel, Total E P Canada The views expressed herein are those of the authors and not of Macleod Dixon LLP or Total EP Canada Th
Coal in Alberta Alberta contains vast amounts of coal distributed throughout the southern Plains, Foothills, and Mountains. The AER estimates there are 91 billion tonnes of coal resources at depth suitable for mining.
BLAIRMORE, Alta. Alberta's energy regulator is about to consider a plan for a large mountaintop coal mine at the same time it investigates the proponent for possibly fouling a crucial spawning
Oil and Gas Alberta is Canadas energy province. The provinces diverse resource portfolio includes natural gas, conventional oil, coal, minerals and the famous Alberta oil sands. Alberta is Canadas energy province. Energy development is the largest contributor to the province's GDP, capital investments and exports.
Mining is the prime industry in over 150 Canadian communities and directly employs one in 40 Canadians. The minerals industry (excluding oil and gas) is estimated to directly employ about 10,000 people right here in Alberta.
Resources recoverable by this type of extraction are estimated to be 65 billion barrels in Alberta. Currently, around 500 square kilometers of the oil sands deposit in Northern Alberta is undergoing surface mining, which is only 3% of total oil sands.
By the outbreak of the First World War in 1914, coal mining in Alberta was a major industry. Contraction and Expansion 1930 1950. From the outset of the Great Depression until the Leduc oil discovery in 1947, Albertas coal industry remained the primary source of energy
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The Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) is an Alberta corporation, with its main office in Calgary, Alberta. The Alberta Energy Regulator's mandate under the Responsible Energy Development Act , passed on 10 December 2012 and proclaimed on 17 June 2013,  is to provide safe, efficient, orderly, and environmentally responsible development of energy resources in the province .
In 2007 conventional crude oil production made up approximately 28% of Albertas crude oil production, which is 21% of Canadaa overall crude oil production. Alberta produced 81% of Canadas crude oil in 1991, when Albertas traditional oil fields peaked; output is now steadily declining. Most of the crude oil produced in Alberta is exported to other markets.
The Alberta Energy Regulator forecasts that annual crude bitumen production will total 4 million bpd by 2025. Oil Sands Production Methods There are two methods of producing oil from oil sands openpit mining and insitu (latin, meaning in place) technology.
Now in its 4th year, the Alberta Saskatchewan Renewable Energy Finance Summit is the annual go to meeting place for lenders, developers, key government officials and indigenous communities interested in project and investment opportunities in Canadas leading renewable energy markets.
Coal mining began in Canada in the 1800s, initially centred around Nova Scotia and Alberta. Over 1800 coal mines have operated in Alberta since the 1800s. Some of the earliest coal mining in Alberta began in what is now Banff National Park.
The Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) and the BC Oil and Gas Commission (BCOGC) have signed a memorandum of understanding to form a partnership to strategically improve energy resource regulation in Alberta and British Columbia.
Coal Branch mines open southwest of Edson, Alberta. Mountain Park Station, Mountain Park, Alberta, ca. 1920 1923; small scale mining had begun in the Coal Branch about 1909, but after 1910 the arrival of the railway opened up the region to large scale mining.
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Alberta Department of Energy The Alberta Department of Energy is responsible for ensuring the responsible development of Alberta's natural energy resources. Coal Association of Canada The Coal Association of Canada is based in Calgary, Alberta, and works to represents the interests of companies active in coal extraction, development and use.
ALBERTA OIL SANDS INDUSTRY QUARTERLY UPDATE Reporting period SEP. 12, 2017 TO DEC. 7, 2017 Horizon oil sands mining and upgrading project, which Canadian Natural noted was a 1.3 million man hour event, resulted Albertas energy industry is a dom inant part of what makes Canada tick,
The shareholders of Gas Alberta take great pride in knowing that they're supplying low cost energy services to their Urban Alberta neighbors. That they're applying their market resources and reliable wholesale supply to not only lower their own natural gas costs but their Alberta friends as well.
The oil sands underlie 140,800 square kilometres, or 21% of the province of Alberta. Updated figures from the Alberta governments Department of Energy show that the mining portion of this land base will be approximately 4,750 square kilometres, and that 99% of the mineable area has already been leased. 4
Designated officials from the Alberta Energy and Alberta Environment and Parks, as well as the police, have the right to check prospectors and their placer mining operations to make sure they have a valid licence and are complying with the regulations.
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