This seminar is designed for land agents, land administrators, operations engineers as well as any other personnel who may be responsible for the participant involvement requirements associated with AER licence applications.
The AER (the "Regulator") believes that appropriate notification and public consultation must be conducted well in advance of the submission of an application to the AER. It must be thorough enough to allow all parties who are affected to be sufficiently aware of not only the proposed project, but the Regulator process as well. The Regulator believes that the public must have sufficient information to participate meaningfully in the decision making process, to voice their concerns and have their concerns heard and properly addressed, and if possible, resolved. The proponent's information must be extensive, consistent, factual and must be disclosed in a timely manner, and if the proposal is part of a larger project, the proponent should be prepared to discuss the entire project and explain how its components compliment other energy development plans in the area. This seminar addresses the Regulator's facility application requirements and specifically the public consultation requirements, the facilitation and ADR processes and an overview of the AER hearing process including a review of recent AER Decisions.
Registration Fee includes beverages and snacks.
Save $50 when you register at least 3 weeks in advance! Prices will increase 3 weeks prior to the course.
Tim Myers practices in the areas of regulatory, environmental, aboriginal and surface rights law.
Tim as specific experience advising clients in relation to regulatory and environmental aspects provincially and federally regulated oil and gas and electricity developments. He also has experience advising on environmental enforcement and compliance matters in connection with significant environmental incidents, including experience with environmental protection orders, regulatory enforcement actions and investigations.
Tim's surface rights experience includes negotiating surface access with land interest holders for energy facilities, and acquiring rights-of-entry orders and participating in surface rights compensation and rent review hearings in Alberta and British Columbia.
Tim represents clients before the National Energy Board, various Alberta administrative bodies including the Alberta Energy Regulator, the Alberta Utilities Commission, the Surface Rights Board, the Land Compensation Board, and the Environmental Appeals Board, and the Oil and Gas Commission, the Oil and Gas Appeal Tribunal and Surface Rights Board in British Columbia.