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NEB Recommends Approval Of The Trans Mountain Expansion Project
On February 22, 2019, the National Energy Board ("NEB" or the "Board") released its reconsideration report (the "Reconsideration") on the Trans Mountain Expansion Project (the "Project").
Canada
4 Mar 2019
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Redwater Decision
On January 31, 2019, the Supreme Court of Canada released its decision in Orphan Well Association v. Grant Thornton Ltd., popularly known as Redwater.
Canada
11 Feb 2019
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Due Diligence Defence For Vehicle Emissions Standards In Canada
In a recent case in Ontario, R. v. Daymak Inc., 2017 ONCJ 251, the Ontario Court of Justice considered the requirements of the due diligence defence in the context of emissions standards charges.
Canada
12 Oct 2017
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Application For Particulars Of Charge Under Fisheries Act Denied
In a recent decision, R v 3853942 Canada Inc, 2016 BCPC 331, the British Columbia Provincial Court, considered the obligation of the Crown to give particulars for an offence under the Fisheries Act...
Canada
10 May 2017
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Red)Water Under The Bridge? Court Of Appeal Upholds Right Of Trustee To Disclaim Uneconomic Assets In The Redwater Decision
On April 24, 2017, the Alberta Court of Appeal issued a decision in Orphan Well Association v Grant Thornton Limited, 2017 ABCA 124.
Canada
2 May 2017
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AER Signals Stringent Approach To Issuance Of Reclamation Certificates
In 2001, CNRL drilled a well at a site located in northwestern Alberta near Peace River.
Canada
28 Oct 2016
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The New Federal Carbon Pricing Policy – Roadmap To A Pan-Canadian Energy Strategy?
These changes both address prior commitments and raise outstanding legal and policy issues.
Canada
21 Oct 2016
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Alberta Energy Regulator Reiterates Position On Interim Measures Post-Redwater But Indicates Some Flexibility On 2.0 LMR Requirement
Such commitment may contribute to increased abandoned wells and less value realization in insolvencies.
Canada
20 Jul 2016
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Alberta Court Of Queen's Bench Clarifies The Test For Extending A Limitation Period For An Environmental Contamination Claim
Environmental contamination often goes undiscovered for many years, potentially making it difficult for plaintiffs to bring a claim to recover damages for environmental contamination within statutory limitation periods.
Canada
20 Jul 2016
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Alberta Court Of Queen's Bench Clarifies The Test For Extending A Limitation Period For An Environmental Contamination Claim
Environmental contamination often goes undiscovered for many years, potentially making it difficult for plaintiffs to bring a claim to recover damages for environmental contamination within statutory limitation periods.
Canada
14 Jul 2016
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Alberta Court Of Queen's Bench Clarifies The Test For Extending A Limitation Period For An Environmental Contamination Claim
Environmental contamination often goes undiscovered for many years, potentially making it difficult for plaintiffs to bring a claim to recover damages for environmental contamination within statutory limitation periods.
Canada
28 Jun 2016
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Shifting Environmental Liabilities After The Redwater Decision
The Court considered whether the Alberta Energy Regulator can restrict a trustee's powers to sell or disclaim uneconomic assets subject to AER licences.
Canada
1 Jun 2016
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Environmental Liability: Officers And Directors
Environmental regulators across Canada appear to be naming directors and officers of companies personally liable for environmental orders more frequently, particularly in situations of corporate bankruptcy or insolvency.
Canada
9 Oct 2015
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Insolvency And Environmental Liabilities
Recent decisions in the Ontario courts have brought this issue to the forefront, which is salient during this time of economic uncertainty for the oil industry and its related environmental obligations.
Canada
20 Feb 2015
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Alberta Environmental Monitoring Agency Operational
With the coming into force on April 28, 2014 of its empowering legislation, the Protecting Alberta's Environment Act (found here), the province's new environmental monitoring agency, the Alberta Environmental Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting Agency, or AEMERA, is now open for business.
Canada
8 Jul 2014
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The Ongoing Saga Of The Sage Grouse
The sage grouse is an endangered species. It is estimated that there are currently only 100 greater sage-grouse remaining in Canada.
Canada
22 May 2014
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Alberta Environmental Monitoring Agency Is Operational
On April 28, 2014, the "Protecting Alberta’s Environment Act" was proclaimed to be in force. As a result, the new Alberta Environmental Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting Agency, or AEMERA, is now operational.
Canada
21 May 2014
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Alberta Environmental Monitoring Agency Soon To Be Operational
The Alberta Environmental Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting Agency, or AEMERA, will be operational as of April 28, 2014.
Canada
23 Apr 2014
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Alberta’s New Environmental Monitoring Agency
On October 17, 2012, the Government of Alberta announced the establishment of a new arm’s-length environmental monitoring agency, the Alberta Environmental Management Agency ("AEMA").
Canada
10 Dec 2012
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Increased Enforcement In Alberta & Environmental Sentencing Principles
There is a trend in Alberta of increased environmental enforcement with significant penalties being imposed.
Canada
25 Jul 2011
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