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Regulatory Bulletin, November 2022

BC releases reports on fugitive emissions and methane management, Alberta seeks Directive feedback, and a review of COP 27.

Emission management leads the agenda in November’s Regulatory Bulletin as COP 27 dominates the headlines, and British Columbia reviews the effectiveness of the Fugitive Emissions program.

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About: This bulletin highlights the regulatory changes and updates within the energy and natural resource sectors in North America that the Integrated Sustainability team has been tracking through November 2022.

Federal

  • Industry Best Practices for Notifications to Indigenous Nations and Communities
  • Government of Canada Invests in Biodiversity Conservation and Climate Change
  • United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27)

Alberta

  • Directive 088 (2022 Draft): Licensee Life-Cycle Management
  • Directive 073: Requirements for Inspection and Compliance of Oil Sands Mining and Processing Plant Operations in the Oil Sands Mining Area

British Columbia

  • Well Decommissioning Submission
  • Fugitive Emissions Program
  • Vent and Glycol Dehydrator Data Submissions

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