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.
Kuby Energy formed when two friends left the oil & gas/mining industry with a desire to transition Alberta and Canada away from fossil fuels towards a clean energy based society. As former heavy industry employees, we recognize the important role that oil & gas/mining has played here
Oil and Gas Alberta is Canada's energy province. The province's diverse resource portfolio includes natural gas, conventional oil, coal, minerals and the famous Alberta oil sands.
The Mineral Core Research Facility (MCRF) in Edmonton contains mineral core and rock samples from various mineral exploration projects in Alberta. The collection is publicly available to prospectors, mineral exploration companies, and academia for mineral exploration and research purposes. Additional Resources: Minerals Alberta Energy
Description of Work: As a part of the new South Tailing Pond at the Suncor mine, a slurry cutoff wall was constructed to help isolate the mine from a nearby wetlands and Athabasca river. Groundwater from the mine was otherwise collected in wells and reused at the mine. It was estimated that the cutoff wall 
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It should be read in the context of the Mines and Minerals Act, Petroleum and Natural Gas Tenure Regulation and other associated regulations, and the Information Letters and Bulletins published by Alberta Energy. The Mines and Minerals Act and the associated regulations remain the authority for any administrative and regulatory procedure.
Mining and Oil and Gas Extraction. Energy helps to drive Alberta's economy. The province's oil sands are the third largest proven crude oil reserve in the world, after Saudi Arabia and Venezuela. Only about 3.4% of these oil sands can be mined. The other reserves are too deep and must be extracted by other methods. Alberta also produces about 68.0% of Canada's natural gas.
Alberta Energy North Petroleum Plaza 9945 108th Street Edmonton, Alberta T5K 2G6 ph. 780-427-7707 fax. 780-422-5447 email. [email protected] web. A licence holder can remain in one spot for up to 14 days at a time. Recreational Placer Mining Licence $50 (+GST) application fee Valid for 5 years
The Mineral Core Research Facility (MCRF) in Edmonton contains mineral core and rock samples from various mineral exploration projects in Alberta. The collection is publicly available to prospectors, mineral exploration companies, and academia for mineral exploration and research purposes.
Placer Mining Tool Kit This section is a resource for anyone interested in recreational recovery of gold and other placer minerals from Alberta's rivers and streams, and for individuals or companies interested in commercial placer production from sand and gravel deposits.
May 28, 2015· Current capacity of existing pipelines to ship Alberta oil to the US is 3.7 million bbl/d. The Eagle Spirit, TransMountain, and Energy East Line 1 and 2 proposals provide additional capacity of 3
Alberta Energy is committed in establishing Alberta as Canada's leader in permanent protection of caribou ranges. Effective immediately, an interim restriction has been placed on the sale of mineral rights within all caribou ranges in Alberta.
Jun 13, 2019· The Alberta Energy Regulator is forecasting that oil and gas capital spending, including oilsands, will drop to the lowest this year since 2009. The combined expected outlay of $24.6 billion in 2019 is less than either the spend for conventional oil and gas or oilsands at peak in 2014, when the total reached $60.6 billion ($33.9 billion oilsands, $26.7 conventional).
According to Statistics anada's National Economic Accounts, the Mining and Oil and Gas Extraction industry accounted for approximately 27.9% of Alberta's Gross Domestic Product in 2016, down from 29.1% in 2006. Its contribution to Alberta's total employment decreased from
Source: Provincial Archives of Alberta, gr1989.0516.1088#1. The last mine in Edmonton's river valley closes. The Whitemud Creek Mine in Edmonton's river valley in 1968; this operation is the last of Edmonton's coal mines to close in 1970. At this time, the mine continues to
May 10, 2018· Alberta Energy Regulator water use report shows oil/gas companies using less, more recycling May 10, 2018 Jude Hislop Alberta A reclaimed oil sands tailings pond.
General terms and conditions for participating in Energy Efficiency Alberta's Business, Non-Profit and Institutional Energy Savings Program. Download. Measures List. Last updated: July 10, 2018. A list of available energy-efficient products, and their rebate value, for the Business, Non-Profit and Institutional Energy Savings Program. Download
Alberta Energy. 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,
For Crown surface materials leases and exploration approvals apply through Alberta Environment and Parks. Placer Mining Licence Metallic and Industrial Mineral Licence Application Form to apply for the right to conduct recreational sluicing for gold and other precious minerals in Alberta's rivers and streams.
Oldman 2 Wind Farm Alberta. The 46 MW Oldman Phase 2 project operates on 1600 (648 Hectares) of private farmland currently under long term lease. Construction of the project began in September 2013 and commercial operation began in September 2014. The project was originated by AWEC in 2005.
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. Putting a Microscope on Industry Water Use Our Water Performance Report shows how water is allocated and used by companies in Alberta to recover oil, gas, and oil sands resources.
Education, Energy, Alberta, Global Canada's oilpatch is getting nerdy. Despite the dogged downturn, Carol Howes of PetroLMI foresees enduring employment opportunities for adaptable, tech
Alberta Innovates is a provincially funded corporation with a mandate to deliver 21st-century solutions for the most compelling challenges facing Albertans. We do this by building on our province's research and technology development strengths in the core sectors of health, environment, energy, food and fibre, and platforms such as artificial
Sep 16, 2016· Blackpearl Resources's Blackrod, Surmont Energy's Wildwood, and Husky Energy's Saleski are the first projects to get the green light since Alberta set a