All land professionals responsible for assisting or preparing energy development applications to the ERCB.
A full day seminar will focus on the internal and external challenges faced by land professionals in preparing and managing non routine facility applications arising from Directive 56. An overview of the non routine facility application life cycle will be presented in the context of the ERCB.
1. Pre-application processes, which can include:
2. Alternative processes to manage and address potential landowner concerns and objections:
3. Preparing and submitting the non-routine application:
4. Review and discussion of ERCB non-routine application processes:
5. Review and discussion of ERCB Hearing Processes, including Local Interveer Costs
6. Appeal of a ERCB Hearing Decision
Relevant case studies, ERCB decisions, and court decisions specific to these types of applications will be presented and discussed.
Tamara has over 17 years commercial-regulatory experience in the energy, transportation and agricultural industries, including three years (2004-2007) as legal counsel for Alberta Energy and Utilities Board (now the Alberta Energy Resources Conservation Board). Tamara has been involved in numerous energy development applications, including oil sands developments and resource applications. She has also acted on several significant energy hearings and appeals of Alberta Energy Resources Conservation Board decisions to the Alberta Court of Appeal.
|CAPL Credits:||6 Credits|
|AAPL Credits:||6 Credits|
|Fee:||CAPL Member||$350 plus GST|
|Non-Member||$400 plus GST|
|This course is Complete.|