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Regulatory Bulletin, August 2022

Operators planning to construct freshwater or produced water reservoirs in 2023, should complete site specific environmental field work prior to the end of September. Completing fieldwork in 2022, allows for regulatory applications to be processed over winter and provides you with the flexibility to construct next year during the ideal construction window, avoiding costly winter construction.

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Water Bulletin, Summer 2022

Will Your Operations Be Impacted? Drought Conditions Present | Streamflow Monitoring is Critical Despite higher than average rainfall for most of the province this year, Southern Alberta has collected just 25% – 60% of average precipitation over the last 12 months,

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Regulatory Bulletin, July 2022

Directive 77: Pipelines – Requirements and Reference Tools will significantly impact a large proportion of Oil and Gas projects across Alberta. With only 1 month for feedback, we strongly advise our clients and peers to engage with the process and contact us to see how this could lead to cost savings for your operations.

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Regulatory Bulletin, June 2022

Did you know the original legislation to protect the overharvesting and unregulated commerce of migratory birds was enacted in 1918? In this issue of the Regulatory Bulletin, we highlight the much-needed modernization of the Migratory Birds Regulations, what this means for efforts to protect migratory birds and their habitat, as well as 2 significant updates to the Species at Risk Act.

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Regulatory Bulletin, May 2022

As Canada moves into phase two of it’s National Adaptation Plan, find out how you can best engage with the program and prepare for changing regulations and challenges related to Environment, Social, and Governance.

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Regulatory Bulletin, April 2022

Canada’s Federal Government has increased the emission management plan requirements for Oil and Gas producers. Targeting a “best-in-class” standard, the requirements include a zero-emissions plan from new developments expected to operate beyond 2050.

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