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Oil Sands Consultation Multistakeholder Committee interim report

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Published by Alberta Energy] in [Edmonton, AB .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oil sands industry,
  • Planning,
  • Government policy,
  • Public opinion

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesMultistakeholder Committee interim report
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25906157M
    OCLC/WorldCa82149504

    alberta oil sands volume 11 energy industry and the environment developments in environmental science Posted By Robert LudlumLtd TEXT ID ec88cf Online PDF Ebook Epub Library Alberta Canadas Oil Sands Is The Worlds Most. The Athabasca oil sands (or tar sands) are large deposits of bitumen or extremely heavy crude oil, located in northeastern Alberta, Canada – roughly centred on the boomtown of Fort McMurray. These oil sands, hosted primarily in the McMurray Formation, consist of a mixture of crude bitumen (a semi-solid rock-like form of crude oil), silica sand, clay minerals, and water. The Athabasca deposit.


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Oil Sands Consultation Multistakeholder Committee interim report by Alberta. Oil Sands Multistakeholder Committee Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Oil Sands Multistakeholder Committee. Publication date Pages: COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

The Multistakeholder Committee Consultation Process 8 Setting the Context 8 SECTION 2. The Framework 13 Vision and Principles 13 Strategies and Actions 16 SECTION 3. Panel Discussion of Non-Consensus Actions 31 ADDENDUM 1. Maps Showing Oil Sands Projects 52 ADDENDUM 2. Membership of the Oil Sands Multistakeholder Committee 55 ADDENDUM 3.

Inthe Government of Alberta initiated consultation on a proposed mineable oil sands strategy to clarify and update policies that guide and regulate oil sands development. A multistakeholder committee was formed in to consult with Albertans on oil sands development.

Oil Sands Consultation MULTISTAKEHOLDER COMMITTEE INTERIM REPORT APPENDICES Novem Appendix IV - Summary of Submissions. released a report by the Oil Sands Ministerial Strategy Committee, headed by former deputy Minister Doug Radke (the “Radke report”).

8 This Committee was directed by Cabinet to develop a short-term plan and recommendations to address current concerns in the oil sands region. This report was accompanied by a funding announcement that. Oil Sands Multistakeholder Committee Recommendations Fail to Address Runaway Pace of Oil Sands Development.

Governance. Report #07 in the series on ". Interim oil sands consultation report outlines vision for development Further feedback sought from Albertans. Edmonton Following consultations with the public, a multistakeholder committee (MSC) has developed an interim report, which identifies a vision and principles for the future of oil sands development in Alberta.

Read more about Oil Sands Consultation Multistakeholder Committee interim report Alberta's energy reserves and supply/demand outlook Digitization of this title?is in recognition of the service of Mr.

Yingyu Tao,?member of the University of Alberta. SOURCE: OIL SANDS CONSULTATION – MULTISTAKEHOLDER COMMITTEE INTERIM REPORT. NOVEM Albertans’ vision for oil sands development leads to a future for Alberta that: 1 Multistakeholder Committee, Government of Alberta.

“Oil Sands Consultation – Multistakeholder Committee Interim Report” Novem Presentation to the Oil Sands Multi-stakeholder Committee Bonnyville, Septem Mary Griffiths, Ph.D.

Senior Policy Analyst, The Pembina Institute E-mail: [email protected] Mr. Chairman and Members of the Panel: The pace of oil sands development has far exceeded expectations. Between and oil sands. from Albertans on oil sands development.

Slated to begin Ma the Oil Sands Multistakeholder Committee (MSC) will again travel throughout the province to share the findings gathered in the Phase I Interim Report and garner additional feedback from Albertans.

The findings from the first and second. April Presentation Multi-Stakeholder Committee on Oil Sands Share Tweet. April Presentation Multi-Stakeholder Committee on Oil Sands.

Sign up to get news from the AFL. First Name. Last Name. Email. Union. Oil Sands and Energy royalties Presentations. Be the first to comment.

Sign in with. Or sign in with email. Remember me. Current and emerging methods for satellite monitoring of the oil sands; Hierarchical clustering network analysis of ambient air monitoring in Alberta – phases 1 and 2; Oil Sands Monitoring Program: Integration workshop reports (Part 1 of 2) Oil Sands Monitoring Program: Recommendation report (Part 2 of 2).

Abstract. Governance increasingly involves the opening up of decision-making to greater participation by the public. Multistakeholderism is one manifestation of this increased public participation and, in the context of oil sands development, has led to the establishment of groups like the Cumulative Environmental Management Association (CEMA) and the Oil Sands Consultations Multistakeholder.

MacNichol, " Oil Sands Consultations: Multistakeholder Committee Final Report, " Alberta Government, 30 June Norway's Oil Fund Shows the Way for Wealth Funds D Velculescu. To guide the direction of future growth in the oil sands, the Alberta government created the Oil Sands Multi-Stakeholder Committee to consult with all relevant stakeholders in the province, including the general public.

The committee released its report in June   The interim report of the new group, published in Novembercame up with 12 principles to guide oil sands development, available at The second phase of the process, expected in Junewill provide strategies and action plans. Oil sands monitoring annual work plans and technical reports.

Scientific papers and presentations. Oil sands monitoring peer-reviewed scientific papers and presentations. Maps of oil sands monitoring region. Interactive display and access to monitoring site information, data, scientific analysis and interpretation of data and results.

Aboriginal Consultation Interdepartmental Committee (ACIC). Oil Sands Consultations. Aboriginal Consultation Final Report—Appendices—1. Phase II Aboriginal Consultation Process. Edmonton: Government of Alberta. The AFL responded today to the announcement of a Multi-stakeholder Committee to examine oilsands development by questioning why labour is the only stakeholder group left off the member committee.

"This group is going to make recommendations about the future pace and direction of oilsands development," says AFL President Gil McGowan. The Athabasca oil sands, also known as the Athabasca tar sands, are large deposits of bitumen or extremely heavy crude oil, located in northeastern Alberta, Canada – roughly centred on the boomtown of Fort oil sands, hosted primarily in the McMurray Formation, consist of a mixture of crude bitumen (a semi-solid rock-like form of crude oil), silica sand, clay minerals, and water.

The report, while critical of industry at points, is sure to be welcomed by oil sands producers because it all but dismisses many of the commonly held. Responsible Actions.

Responsible Actions: A Plan for Alberta's Oil Sands outlined an integrated approach to address the economic, social, and environmental challenges as well as opportunities in the oil sands regions.

Released inthe plan set a year vision to make Alberta a global leader in the innovative, responsible, and collaborative development of oil sands. The Phase 2 Framework Committee (P2FC) was a multi-stakeholder committee established in to develop recommendations for a Phase 2 Water Management Framework that will prescribe when, and how much, water can be withdrawn from the Lower Athabasca River for cumulative oil sands mining water use.

The P2FC and its subcommittees worked through to an. Oil Sands Consultation. Alberta Department of Energy North Petroleum Plaza 7th floor, St Edmonton, Alberta Canada. T5K 2G6. Via email: [email protected] Dear Sir/Madam, The Ethical Funds Company® is Canada's leading manager of socially responsible mutual funds, with $ billion in assets under management.

This is an important report, as it helps put the oil sands dialogues in a global energy context. The IEA indicates that energy demand will increase globally by 36 percent between and Developing countries will account for 93 percent of that projected increase, with China contributing 36 percent to it.

Oil sands facilities produce one of two products: either a heavy marketable (non-upgraded) diluted bitumen, or a light upgraded synthetic crude oil. Both can be sold to refineries for conversion into final consumer products. Jun Jun 30 Western Canadian Select Explained. Appendix B for Panel Report) were presented at the Oil Sands Multi-stakeholder forum held in Edmonton, February The expert panel report concluded that JOSM was a substantial improvement over environmental monitoring programs that existed prior toand also highlighted key areas for additional improvement.

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Publication date With respect to the Oil Sands Consultations process, although an interim and final report was generated with detailed action plans for implementing the panel’s recommendations, it is unclear whether, or how, the outcome of this public consultation process is reflected in the government’s current plan for oil.

The purpose of this interim directive is to outline the new Alberta Energy and Utilities Board (EUB) requirements regarding gas/bitumen production in Oil Sands Areas. These requirements are largely based on the conclusions of the March EUB Inquiry Report on Gas/Bitumen Production in Oil Sands Areas, the July Gas/Bitumen Committee's recommendations on Gas/Bitumen Issues.

Check out the Fall report to find out the latest information on the projects and related activities in the oil and gas sector in Alberta, government initiatives associated with this sector, labour issues, new technologies and interesting facts and figures.

Alberta Oil Sands Industry Quarterly Update. With candidate’s views regarding the oil sands now an integral part of obtaining office, candidates began to focus time and energy to developing proposals concerning the oil sands. The result was the production of a new energy plan and publications to inform the public about renewed government efforts within a month of the election.

Millennium: NFT:Steepbank:froth to Base Plant: Fort Hills: PFT:diluted bitumen to market. The report is a series of broad policy papers on multistakeholder governance authored by the leadership of the World Economic Forum and a broad array of theme-specific policy options.

These policy and thematic program recommendations were designed to display the new governance structure's ability to respond to a range of global crises. Legislation Governing the AER. Inthe Responsible Energy Development Act (REDA) established the AER. REDA sets out our mandate, structure, powers, duties, and functions.

O.C. /; O.C. /; O.C. 36/; The following regulations under REDA provide more details about the AER’s legislative framework, including principles governing the transition of the ERCB to the AER. The Athabasca oil sands first came to the attention of European fur traders in when Wa-pa-su, a Cree trader, brought a sample of bituminous sands to the Hudson's Bay Company post at York Factory on Hudson Bay where Henry Kelsey was the manager.

InPeter Pond, another fur trader and a founder of the rival North West Company, became the first European to see the Athabasca deposits. The first known reference to the Athabasca oil sands was made by Captain Swan, a Cree chief acting as a middleman between the native hunters of the West and the fur factories of Hudson Bay.

Swan told Governor James Knight in council at York Fort in about a river feeding the Churchill River where he found ‘Gum or pitch’. the context of the per-barrel OSLTF tax provision, a House committee report stated that “the term crude oil does not include synthetic petroleum, e.g., shale oil, liquids from coal, tar sands, or biomass, or refined oil.” Based on that statement, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) concluded that oil-sands.

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offshore energy and marine mineral resources.The oil sands market will experience a dramatic downturn in as the impact of the oil price fall impacts upon project economics and company budgets. An almost equally significant decline will be seen in as the last under-construction oil sands mining and upgrading projects are completed.

The extent to which oil sands investment recovers over subsequent years will be highly dependent. Some economic terms are used throughout this report to describe how oil sands development generates economic benefits.

These are discussed in the box “Common economic concepts in this report.” 1. In oil sands production of synthetic crude oil (SCO) and nonupgraded bitumen wasbarrels per day (bd). Source: IHS CERA. 2.