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We’re collaborating with the Government of Alberta to reduce methane emissions from Alberta’s upstream oil and gas industry by 45 per cent by 2025.
Our Water Performance Report shows how water is allocated and used by companies in Alberta to recover oil, gas, and oil sands resources.
We’re changing the way we regulate—our processes, the way we make decisions, and the way we communicate with our stakeholders.
Using the Public Notice of Application tool, interested parties can access and search specific areas of the province for applications filed with the regulator in the last 30 days.
#DYK The AER Compliance Dashboard https://t.co/ywBFeG9np9 demonstrates how the AER is involved in incident response, investigations, compliance, and enforcement. #abenergy— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) January 7, 2021
Learn more about the Dashboard https://t.co/tl1dEQs8XR pic.twitter.com/3fdYd79kbO
It’s a reality in the oilpatch: incidents happen. The AER has rules and regulations that industry must follow to guard against such incidents, but sometimes that isn’t enough. Depending on the situation, AER response staff may be required to travel to the incident site. #abenergy— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) January 6, 2021
Our offices will be closed for the holidays from December 24 to January 1. We will reopen on January 4.— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) December 21, 2020
AER systems will remain running during this time. To report an energy or environmental emergency, call our 24-hour response line at 1-800-222-6514 (toll free). #ABenergy
Area-based closure (ABC) participants conducted almost 70% of all abandonment and reclamation in Alberta, spending more than $340 million in the process. ABC is a collaboration with @AER_news, @OilGasCanada, @EPAC_Energy, @workingenergy pic.twitter.com/u4ANt5Qrbn— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) December 18, 2020
The AER launched a new methane performance portal to improve how methane emissions information is reported publicly. Learn more about how the AER is supporting oil and gas companies in their efforts to reduce emissions.— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) December 17, 2020
More: https://t.co/xTfyp5KoQi #abenergy #methane #ghg pic.twitter.com/n9YLSnFGCx
Water use performance is best measured by water-use intensity, a ratio that shows the amount of nonsaline water in barrels used to produce a barrel of oil equivalent. The lower the intensity, the better the performance.— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) December 15, 2020
More: https://t.co/xzSEZqRR28 pic.twitter.com/97AkU4MP41
Our Alberta Energy Industry #Water Use Performance Report highlights four extraction methods to produce #oilandgas. In 2019, the industry recycled about 81 per cent of the water it used. See the updated report at https://t.co/xzSEZqRR28 pic.twitter.com/gLfn3zqNVC— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) December 14, 2020