Environmental & Resoruces Law: Pipeline Regulation within Saskatchewan

Dec. 7, 2017
Regina SK

Environmental & Resources Law South

TOPIC:  Pipeline Regulation within Saskatchewan

The Government of Saskatchewan governs the licensing process of transmission pipelines that are located entirely within the province. Four months after a major pipeline spill, on November 28, 2016, The Pipelines Amendment Act, 2016 was introduced in the legislature to replace The Pipelines Act, 1998 to enhance and reinforce regulatory oversight with respect to the design, construction, operation, discontinuation and abandonment of oil, natural gas and other transmission pipelines.  in accordance with the latest Canadian Standards Association codes. The new Act received 3rd reading on May 9, 2017.  An overview of the new legislation, including its provisions to guarantee financial assistance from operators of pipelines in “high-risk locations” and new inspection and compliance powers for government staff. 

December 7, 2017 
12:00 pm (noon)
Hotel Saskatchewan

Speaker(s):  Eric Johanson, Director Pipeline Licensing Division, Ministry of Energy and Resources
Section Chair(s): Angela Stolz, McDougall Gauley LLP | Jon Kalmakoff, SaskPower
To Attend: Click on the REGISTER NOW link above
RSVP's must be received at least 24 hours before the Section meeting.
To be considered for a refund, a cancellation of registration must be supplied at least 3 days prior to the Section Meeting.
Cost:  $31.50 (includes GST)
Section activity is a benefit of CBA membership. Section memberships are not transferable. 
Conference Call Option: Participation is available by telephone for those outside of the host city. To arrange for the Conference Call please notify the Branch Office (info@cbasask.org) one week prior to the meeting so that arrangements can be made.
CPD Credit: This meeting is eligible for CPD credits through the Law Society of Saskatchewan unless otherwise indicated.

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