BC Laws provides free public access to the current laws of British Columbia. This unofficial consolidation of B.C. Statutes and Regulations is updated as new 1 Apr 2019 Specified provisions. 4 The Oil and Gas Waste Regulation, B.C. Reg. 254/2005, is prescribed for the purposes of paragraph (f) Oil and Gas Waste Regulation. [includes amendments up to B.C. Reg. 46/2018, April 1, 2018]. Contents. 1, Definitions. 2, Application. 3, General requirements. The BC Oil and Gas Commission is an independent, single-window regulator for the natural gas industry, overseeing everything from exploration and development THE COMMISSION IN B.C.. Prince George. Page 4. • Legislation – OGAA and Regulations. • Policy – Interpretation. 1 In this regulation, unless the context otherwise requires: "Act" means the Petroleum and Natural Gas Act;. "gas" means natural gas as defined in
Figure 3.1: Sulphur Limits for Heavy Fuel Oil in Northeastern States. Figure 3.1: Sulphur limits for Sulphur Content of Fuels Regulations (BC Reg 64/89) 1989.
The BC Oil and Gas Commission (Commission) is an independent, single- window regulatory agency with responsibilities for overseeing oil and gas operations 1; Oil and Natural Gas Act, SNB 1976, c 0-2.1, ss. 9, 10; Surface Lease Regulation, BC Reg 497/74; Petroleum and Natural Gas Act, RSBC 1996, c 361, To understand the joint responsibility for regulation of pipeline systems of unfired pressure vessels between Technical Safety BC and the BC Oil and Gas 4 Mar 2019 INCREASED from 3,800 in 2007 to 7,474 in 2018. REGULATORY. CHANGES. UNDERWAY. * OGC = The BC Oil and Gas Commission
28 Nov 2019 “The Fuel Price Transparency Act will allow the British Columbia Utilities Commission to collect information from oil and gas companies on the
1 Aug 2019 In 1985, the Western Accord on oil and gas pricing and taxation between the federal government, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and British Columbia Pipelines: Requirements for water transport are managed by the. BC Oil and Gas Commission. Trucking: There are no specific regulations pertaining to the. Canada is the fourth-largest producer and fourth-largest exporter of oil in the world, Several provinces, including British Columbia and Quebec, rely primarily on and regulatory framework for the exploration of Canadian oil and natural gas
for and production of British Columbia’s oil and natural gas resources. Many of the detailed practices and procedures with respect to drilling, operating and reporting oil and gas wells are set out in the Drilling and Production Regulation (B.C. Reg. 362/98).
December 29, 2016. Information Letter 2016-02, Changes to CSV File Layout for Gas Royalty Invoices (BC-08), explains the changes that will be reflected on the first run invoices in February 2017.. December 20, 2016. B.C. is joining Petrinex to improve how information about the oil and natural gas industry is reported and managed.
4 Mar 2019 INCREASED from 3,800 in 2007 to 7,474 in 2018. REGULATORY. CHANGES. UNDERWAY. * OGC = The BC Oil and Gas Commission
Lieutenant Governor in Council that are related to oil and gas production from net profit royalty projects are prescribed in the Net Profit Royalty Regulation (B.C. Reg. 98/2008). This regulation outlines the calculation of the net profit royalty for approved net profit 7 (1) Despite sections 3 to 14, 18, 19 and 37 of the Hazardous Waste Regulation and subject to section 8 of this regulation, the operators of equipment or facilities are authorized to discharge produced water or recovered fluids from a well completion or workover to an underground formation in accordance with the Oil and Gas Activities Act. Oil and Gas Activity Application Manual; Oil and Gas Activity Operations Manual; Permit Operations and Administration Manual; Agricultural Land Reserve; Remediation, Reclamation, and Restoration; Emergency Response and Safety; Compliance and Enforcement; Environmental Management; LNG Application and Operations Manual; Corporate Registry and Permit Transfers (i) the oil and gas activity is a reviewable project within the meaning of the Environmental Assessment Act, (ii) the person holds or has applied for a licence under Division I of Part VI of the National Energy Board Act (Canada) to export oil or gas in relation to the oil and gas activity, (iii) (a) to regulate oil and gas activities in British Columbia in a manner that (i) provides for the sound development of the oil and gas sector, by fostering a healthy environment, a sound economy and social well-being, (ii) conserves petroleum and natural gas resources, (iii) ensures safe and efficient practices, and for and production of British Columbia’s oil and natural gas resources. Many of the detailed practices and procedures with respect to drilling, operating and reporting oil and gas wells are set out in the Drilling and Production Regulation (B.C. Reg. 362/98). BC Oil and Gas Commission Although provincial tenure agreements confer rights to explore for or produce petroleum and natural gas resources, approval to carry out work is not included. Each oil and gas activity, such as a geophysical survey or drilling a well, must have specific approval from the BC Oil and Gas Commission.
The BC Oil and Gas Commission is a Crown Corporation of the province of British Columbia, Canada, established in 1998.Its mandate is to regulate oil and gas activities and pipelines in British Columbia. Their mandate does not extend to regulating consumer gas prices at the pump.