Alberta produces coal for both metallurgical appliions and as a thermal fuel. Alberta is a significant user of thermal coal for electrical power generation, and coalfired generation represents a major portion of global electrical supply. Canada derives approximately 20% of its electricity from coal.
Coal is an organically derived material. It is formed from the remains of decayed plant material compacted into a solid through millions of years of chemical changes under pressure and heat. Its rich carbon content gives coal most of its energy content. When coal is burned in the presence of air or oxygen, heat energy is released.
Alberta Energy online services has moved to Alberta.ca along with the annual report and energy industry documents ETS, the Electronic Transfer System (ETS) provides secure access to do business electronically with Alberta. Online Learning provides ETS guides, maps and forms to work with the department. Petrinex. Alberta Energy Regulator (AER)
It is strongly recommended that postupgrade home energy evaluations are completed by December 24, 2019. All postupgrade Home Energy Evaluation information must be received by Energy Efficiency Alberta by January 24, 2020. See program terms and conditions for details.
The energy transition: The energy transition from fossil fuels to renewable sources is quickly taking shape in Alberta. By 2030, coalfired electricity generation will be phased out in the province, being replaced by renewables and natural gas. Although that is positive for the environment, such a change in the electricity grid can still affect
The annual data collected provides valuable information that is used for planning/forecasting purposes by the Alberta Department of Energy, it allows the Alberta Energy Regulator to compile its annual ST98 report on Alberta''s energy supply/demand outlook and it provides useful information to the Commission.
The Responsible Energy Development Act (REDA) was proclaimed in part on June 17, 2013. Further parts of REDA were proclaimed on November 6, 2013 and March 29, 2014. After the Act was proclaimed, the AER became the single regulator for upstream oil, gas, oil sands and coal projects in Alberta.
The energy transition: The energy transition from fossil fuels to renewable sources is quickly taking shape in Alberta. By 2030, coalfired electricity generation will be phased out in the province, being replaced by renewables and natural gas.
Information related to Alberta''s coal industry. Alberta energy online services. Mineral and surface rights mapping, energy news, information letters, subscriptions and other online resources. Coal leasing and maintenance. Acquiring coal rights by direct purchase or posting request and maintenance of leases.
ST98: 2018 Alberta''s Energy Reserves & Supply/Demand Outlook July 2018 3 Benga Mining Limited, a subsidiary of Australia''s Riversdale Resources, has submitted an appliion for its Grassy Mountain mine, which would be loed near Crowsnest Pass in southern Alberta and initially produce 4.5 Mt per year of metallurgical coal.
Agreement to Establish a Joint Review Panel for the Grassy Mountain Coal Project Between The Minister of the Environment, Canada and The Alberta Energy Regulator, Alberta (Including Terms of Reference) PDF (9.9 ) August 16, 2018: 42: Grassy Mountain Coal Project Updated Environmental Impact Assessment and links to AddendaAugust 15, 2016
The Energy Resources Conservation Board (ERCB) was an independent, quasijudicial agency of the Government of Alberta. It regulated the safe, responsible, and efficient development of Alberta''s energy resources: oil, natural gas, oil sands, coal, and pipelines.
There are 2 types of coal leases in Alberta. Holders of Alberta Crown coal leases pay an annual rent ($3.50 per hectare or $50.00 minimum) and royalties on the coal produced. Note: Use the Interactive Coal Activity Map to help select lands available for appliion. More information is available in
Coal and Coal Road Allowance This form is to be used when applying for a Crown coal lease or a coal lease in a road allowance. Please include fee with appliion. You may drop off your appliion at the Coal and Mineral Development Business Unit in Edmonton or the Information Centre in Calgary.
Please include fee, rent and GST (if applicable) with appliion. You may submit your appliion: in Edmonton, to the Coal and Mineral Development Unit in person, by mail or fax in Calgary, at Alberta Energy with cheque or money order See below for contact information. Mineral surface lease appliion
Coal Agreement feature class contains provincial extent polygon features representing Coal appliions, agreements, leases, and licences, with varying term dates and conditions. These appliions and subsequent agreements give the holder the right to explore Coal. [u''Alberta Energy, Government of Alberta'']
Guidelines. Coal Royalty Guidelines(1993) (PDF, 19 ) This information is routinely used in consideration of coal appliions. Since this policy was published in 1976, some acts, regulations and organizations referred to have been superseded or renamed.
Alberta Energy Regulator Manual 008: Oil Sands and Coal Exploration Appliion Guide 1 1 Introduction This appliion guide includes the appliion requirements, processes, and expected timelines for oil sands exploration and coal exploration programs to
The Alberta Energy Regulator is responsible for regulating oil, natural gas, oil sands and coal development in Alberta. It ensures the safe, efficient, orderly and environmentally responsible development of Alberta''s energy resources. This includes alloing and conserving water resources, managing public lands and protecting the
Alberta Energy. manages the development of province''s nonrenewable resources including coal, minerals, natural gas, petrochemicals, conventional oil and oil sands and renewable energy (wind, bioenergy, solar, hydro, geothermal, etc.) grants industry the right to explore for and develop energy and mineral resources
Responsible Director: Alberta Energy Regulator Project Stage: The EIA report and appliions were originally submitted November 2015. The AER completed a preliminary review of the environmental assessment report and determined on January 25, 2016 that Benga needed to address a number of major deficiencies before the review could continue.
Mar 23, 2015 · With its beginnings in Alberta over 100 years ago, TransAlta''s operations now stretch across Canada and are a part of everyday life for many people. We continue to invest in energy technologies that advance the responsible use of our resources, and we are transitioning our coal facilities to natural gas as part of our energy mix.
Energy Production Crude Oil. In 2017, Alberta produced 3 538 thousand barrels per day (/d) of crude oil (light, heavy, and condensate combined) (Figure 1).Alberta is the largest producer of crude oil in Canada, accounting for over 80% of total production.
Alberta Coal Mining Wastewater Guidelines . March . 2014. Effective . March 29, 2014, the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) has taken over jurisdictional responsibility for water and the environment with respect to energy resource activities in Alberta from Alberta
Timeline. Our estimated processing time for this appliion is 20 to 375 business days depending on the type.See our timeline spreadsheet for updates.. Purpose of the Appliion. We regulate coal mining projects under the Alberta Coal Conservation Act and Coal Conservation Rules.We divide appliions related to coal mining into four egories:
Coal has long been the backbone of Alberta''s grid, currently providing nearly 40 per cent of the provinces power. Analysts believe removing it will come with a cost to consumers.
Sep 11, 2017 · Alberta sets up fund to help communities during coal phaseout transition The appliion deadline for the coal transition fund is the end of November. Natural Gas Renewable Energy Alberta
Alberta Energy (a ministry of the Government of Alberta) provides an interactive map with basic information on coal resources in Alberta. The map includes: Coal mines (split into subbituminous, bituminous, and insitu coal gasifiion) Mineral ownership information Mineral restrictions for coal Coal leases Other layers include roads and railways, topography, lakes and rivers, parks and
Alberta Energy Co Ltd Alberta Energy Company Ltd. merged with Pancanadian Energy Corporation to form EnCana Corp. The Company was an oil and natural gas exploration company.
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IB 201803: Coal and mineral development tenure appliions and royalty payments in the event of a postal strike IB 201802: Rental default process for petroleum and natural gas, oil sands, metallic and industrial minerals, coal and ammonite shell agreements Alberta Energy Coal and Mineral Development Unit North Petroleum Plaza 9945 108
Coal is a combustible sedimentary rock with greater than 50 per cent carbonbased organic matter. It also contains oxygen, hydrogen, sulphur, nitrogen, and ash, as well as a few other constituents. Coal is found in many formations across central and southern Alberta. Lowerenergycontent coals are
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This appliion is not complete, and will not be considered as received, until Alberta Energy has received the appropriate . appliion fee. Submission options: Mail or in person Payment options: Cheque or money order Visa (In office) Cash GST Coal and Mineral Development Branch Alberta Energy North Petroleum Plaza 9945108 St Edmonton
Rates shown in the table below are the variable regulated energy charges per kilowatthour (kWh). The rates charged by competitive retailers will vary. As of November 30, 2019, the Regulated Rate Option Rate Cap of 6.8 cents/kWh is no longer in effect after the Government of Alberta passed Bill 21.
Environmental Impact Assessment and associated appliions pertaining to the proposed Coalspur Mines Ltd. Vista Coal Mine Project. The proposal is for a project area that would cover about 2,500 hectares and contains sites alloed for the coal mine and associated infrastructure.
Alberta. In 2016, Alberta generated 47.4% of its electricity from coal, 40.3% from natural gas, and 12.3% from renewables. Wind was the largest source of renewable power, generating 6.9% of Alberta