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Our new spotlight feature shows how we make decisions about coal development and how we ensure its environmentally responsible and in the best interest of Albertans.
We’re collaborating with the Government of Alberta to reduce methane emissions from Alberta’s upstream oil and gas industry by 45 per cent by 2025.
Our Water Performance Report shows how water is allocated and used by companies in Alberta to recover oil, gas, and oil sands resources.
Using the Public Notice of Application tool, interested parties can access and search specific areas of the province for applications filed with the regulator in the last 30 days.
The AER rates pipeline incidents as low, medium, or high consequence. Incidents that are rated as high may involve:— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) July 22, 2021
-a large release of fluid
-a release into a water body
-harm to the environment or wildlife. pic.twitter.com/aYBeSkrKrM
We’re still seeking input on directives related to centralized fluid storage and oil and gas liability. Find all invitations for public feedback on the What’s New page under bulletins https://t.co/bPDB45XsJ0 pic.twitter.com/2hqCbgZSOp— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) July 20, 2021
Pipelines are one of the safest, most efficient and reliable ways to move energy-related products over long distances. The AER regulates over 400 000 kilometres of pipeline in Alberta – a distance that extends to the moon and beyond! pic.twitter.com/y16aUgwF8m— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) July 15, 2021
The deadline to file a request to participate in the Shell Canada/Pieridae hearing was extended. Please see our amended notice of hearing for additional information.https://t.co/2PJyKLX7lX pic.twitter.com/x1AJ9us0xl— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) July 15, 2021
The AER regularly audits companies’ operations to ensure they’re following our requirements. Last year, we conducted 32 per cent more audits than the previous year. That’s more than 6400 audits! See our annual report to learn more: https://t.co/Iw3wnmnmzP #ABenergy #oilandgas pic.twitter.com/6J6YL6UXMm— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) July 13, 2021
The AER’s Pipeline Performance Report is now updated with 2020 data. pic.twitter.com/0bjd6XL8BW— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) July 8, 2021
#DYK that you can access information about energy development applications and decisions made by the #AER dating back to the 1950s? Check out our new Historical Applications and Decisions Catalogue here: https://t.co/QSXGSP6kud #ABenergy #oilandgas pic.twitter.com/BwEXFu0Yx6— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) July 6, 2021