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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.
Our Water Performance Report shows how water is allocated and used by companies in Alberta to recover oil, gas, and oil sands resources.
We’re changing the way we regulate—our processes, the way we make decisions, and the way we communicate with our stakeholders.
Applications for wells within 5 km of Brazeau Damfull list of ongoing hearings
Using the Public Notice of Application tool, interested parties can access and search specific areas of the province for applications filed with the regulator in the last 30 days.
The AER is funded by administration fees levied to industry. We are reviewing how these fees are calculated.— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) October 16, 2020
This morning, we posted a presentation that explains how our fees are calculated. Feedback is being accepted until Nov 16.
More: https://t.co/3S713j1I1K #ABenergy pic.twitter.com/9fNVhcfLWf
The AER’s emergency response team is prepared for any incident, anytime, anywhere. Catch up with Julie St. Louis, Emergency Response Coordinator to learn more about the team’s important role. #ABenergy #IncidentResponse https://t.co/WO9jPgJdjt pic.twitter.com/G1UwUmxbBA— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) October 15, 2020
#DYK The AER is an organization Albertans can contact with questions, complaints, or concerns about oil and gas activity. But the AER is not the only organization they can contact—there are a handful of others. #ABenergy https://t.co/lg3eftIC9j pic.twitter.com/t9SxX5e4RT— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) October 13, 2020
#Wildlife cameras make it easier for caribou to win against their predators when playing hide and seek. The AER is a member of the Regional Industry Caribou Collaboration, under @COSIA_ca, to help protect caribou populations. Learn more: https://t.co/EVCf21w8Br #ABenergy pic.twitter.com/2O08cBLgZm— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) October 8, 2020
Get up close and personal with some wildlife pics taken throughout the #ABenergy oil sands region, and learn how the AER supports wildlife monitoring: https://t.co/YYl62THyzn pic.twitter.com/dPTo0qUEKN— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) October 7, 2020