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Effective participation in Alberta"s energy planning, decision making, and regulatory processes

Effective participation in Alberta"s energy planning, decision making, and regulatory processes

transcript of a seminar, October 16, 1978, St. Albert, Alberta

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Published by Alta. : Dept. of Consumer and Corporate Affairs] in [Edmonton .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Alberta
    • Subjects:
    • Electric utilities -- Alberta -- Congresses.,
    • Energy policy -- Alberta -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementsponsored by the Department of Consumer and Corporate Affairs, Government of Alberta.
      ContributionsAlberta. Alberta Consumer and Corporate Affairs.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD9685.C3 A426
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v. :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4488101M
      LC Control Number79317327

      This component brings a broad range of diverse viewpoints and values into DOE's decision-making processes before end decision points are reached. Early involvement enables DOE to make more informed decisions, improve quality through collaborative efforts, and helps to build mutual understanding and trust between DOE and the public it serves. processes in place for hearings, negotiations, facilitations and any other approaches that may be used to resolve issues. In that context, the Board’s objective with respect to ADR is to lead and support innovative and effective approaches to manage issues and resolve conflict as an addition to our current regulatory processes.

      The GFOA Materials Library provides current information in various topical areas. These resources include best practices, sample documents, GFOA products, and services, and links to web data sources and to related organizations. Alberta Energy Regulator 4 Play-Based Regulation Pilot—Application Guide Stakeholder engagement will be conducted for the entire project instead of for the individual activities, resulting in more efficient and effective engagement. The public participation process under the. Responsible Energy Development Act (REDA) remains.

      University of Pennsylvania Law School Professor Cary Coglianese has been selected by the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) of Canada to lead a major new initiative developing models of regulatory excellence.. Coglianese, the Edward B. Shils Professor of Law and Director of the Penn Program on Regulation (PPR), will lead a $ million, university-wide initiative involving research, expert. Public Participation - A Best-fit definition for the South African Legislative Sector: Public participation is the process by which Parliament and provincial legislatures consult with the people and interested or affected individuals, organisations and government entities before making a decision. Public participation is a two-way.


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Effective participation in Alberta"s energy planning, decision making, and regulatory processes Download PDF EPUB FB2

Effective participation in Albertas energy planning PDF version: The Issues and Challenges with Public Participation in Energy and Natural Resources Development in Alberta Introduction. Public participation is a key feature of energy and natural resources development in Alberta.

The provincial government often expresses its desire for participation by Albertans in its policy making and planning processes. Public participation is a key feature of energy and natural resources development in Alberta. The provincial government often expresses its desire for meaningful and effective participation by Albertans in its policy and planning processes.1 At the project approval stage, project proponents regularly conduct public consultation programs.

The AER was established in its current iteration in December via the Responsible Energy Development Act. 2 Under the act, the AER assumed the regulatory functions of the Energy Resources Conservation Board as well as those previously under the purview of Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development, related to managing public.

Public participation is a key feature of energy and natural resource development in Alberta. Both the provincial government and many Albertans often express a desire for meaningful and effective participation by Albertans in decision‐making processes, yet there are signs that public.

The Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) is an Alberta corporation, with its main office in Calgary, Alberta Energy Regulator's mandate under the Responsible Energy Development Act, passed on 10 December and proclaimed on 17 Juneis to provide safe, efficient, orderly, and environmentally responsible development of energy resources in the iction: Alberta.

ii Evaluation of the Alberta Energy Regulator’s Play-Based Regulation Pilot (June ) Executive Summary On September 1,the AER launched a play-based regulation (PBR) pilot to test a new regulatory approach involving a single, integrated application and decision-making process for unconventional oil.

To understand how a “directly affected” limitation on and regulatory processes book participation might function in the context of environmental policy decision-making, this section examines how that concept has been applied in other areas of Canadian law, in particular the law of standing and how it has been applied in the Alberta energy regulation.

1. Introduction. A large-scale transition to low-carbon energy sources is necessary to mitigate climate practice, however, when low-carbon projects come to be implemented in specific places and regions, their proponents often face public the last five years in Canada, local opposition has resulted in – for example, from our research – the cancellation of a.

Alberta by Design • CPAWS / The Pembina Institute • v Executive Summary Alberta is at a turning point with respect to land and resource management. There is a broad consensus among Albertans familiar with land-use issues in the province that the current system of planning and decision-making urgently needs an overhaul.

This report, by the. “And yet, for Alberta to compete successfully in proposed LNG projects, the systemic challenges surfaced in this report must be resolved.” The Canadian regulatory and political environment has not been supportive of world-scale LNG projects, it noted, citing the decision by PETRONAS to abandon its proposed LNG project near Prince Rupert.

The goal of this project is to help improve the processes used by energy regulators in The regulators covered include the Alberta Energy Regulatory (AER) and Alberta Utilities Commission (AUC). The AER regulates oil, gas, coal and oilsands development.

It was created to be a “single decision-making at both provincial energy regulators. Planned management, use, and preservation of energy resources.

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rationales for public participation in energy development and natural resources conservation decision-making, and to create criteria to evaluate the effectiveness of public participation in this decision-making.

The paper gives an overview of the topic, its political origins in deliberative democracy and its basis in communication. It searches for. @article{osti_, title = {Scientific literacy and environmental policy: The missing prerequisite for sound decision making}, author = {Howell, D J}, abstractNote = {Since World War II, two trends in public policy have been much in evidence: the increasing importance of science and technology and the increasing role of public participation.

The FSC explores means of ensuring an effective dialogue among all stakeholders and considers ways to strengthen confidence in decision-making processes. This short guide demonstrates to conveners in many fields that involvement initiatives must be sensitive to and serve the specific context and that.

environmental decision-makers in Alberta. This project was particularly timely given the Province’s decision to split the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board into two separate administrative agencies, the Energy Resources Conservation Board and the new Alberta Utilities Commission.

This was accomplished by way of the controversial Bill Alberta Energy Regulator The Alberta Model for Regulatory Excellence 6 Decision Making and Engagement Competing priorities means we must weigh and accommodate different values and interests in our decision making.

As we work on concrete actions to deliver outcomes, engagement is a critical. The ASC is continuing to plan and explore how we can improve our use of existing technologies and incorporate new technologies to increase efficiency, expand the use of analytics and support opportunities to use evidence-based decision making.

Question the regulatory status quo. Renewable Energy Development in Alberta: Regulatory Resources for Municipalities November 1, RURAL MUNICIPAL WIND AND SOLAR DECISION SUPPORT TOOLS The approvals process in a nutshell The Alberta Utilities Commission (AUC) is the provincial agency that has jurisdiction over energy approvals in Alberta.

Ministry vision for Alberta’s energy and mineral resources, industries and utilities: decision-making abilities. Tenure Administration Processes Minerals tenure administration processes that are efficient, effective Refocus regulatory processes to place more responsibility on industry.

The overarching theme is that the continued processing of regulatory applications is in the public interest.

Project proponents can, however, expect prolonged regulatory timelines, particularly where oral processes would otherwise be required and are replaced by written and/or remote hearing processes.Providing regulatory support that incorporates effective participation in project development. Back to Top 10 ave SW, Calgary, Alberta [email protected] of the Directorate for Public Governance at the OECD, a source of policy solutions, data, expertise and good practice., This report offers strategic guidance for policy makers and government officials responsible for commissioning and using evaluations of public engagement.

It provides an indication of the key issues for consideration and offers concrete examples drawn from current.