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Grassy Mountain coal hearing - by the numbers: 29 days; 3 platforms; 6000 pages of transcripts; 40-60 participants daily; 22,500 hours of YouTube streaming; and 4,600 unique viewers. Learn more about AER hearings https://t.co/C9gr9ny0St— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) December 3, 2020
Today marks a significant milestone in modernizing AER application technology. All new well applications and amendments have moved into OneStop. This technology improves application oversight and makes the review process more predictable and efficient. https://t.co/malCotL0Lj pic.twitter.com/SA2kfndJ31— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) November 26, 2020
#tbt Long before fracking was used to extract oil and gas, companies would use explosives to blow up oil wells that were blocked by rocks.— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) November 26, 2020
Read more about the infamous "Nitro Charlie” https://t.co/8GZznm78XS pic.twitter.com/uG4L5sjXXK
With temperatures starting to dip, Albertans are turning up the heat! Whether it's your gas fireplace or your furnace, Albertans are using more and more #naturalgas.— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) November 25, 2020
Learn more about how natural gas is extracted through hydraulic fracturing https://t.co/0E0bB3FBeb #Abenergy pic.twitter.com/WvVfDF5BJ5
#dyk Hydraulically fracturing horizontally drilled wells is eight times more efficient than with vertically drilled wells. That means one horizontal well can replace eight vertical wells, reducing the footprint on the land by a ratio of 1:8. https://t.co/jqgO4VwYD8 #Abenergy— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) November 23, 2020
#DYK you can register for regular https://t.co/E5RgCd64dt updates? Weekly web updates let subscribers know about new or updated web content we’ve posted the previous week, including announcements, bulletins, directives, or reports. https://t.co/9M29SEtSvP #Abenergy #oilandgas pic.twitter.com/eKfUlAIVGz— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) November 19, 2020
The AER has released a draft, updated version of the Pipeline Rules for feedback. The Pipeline Rules set requirements for operators when they receive a licence from the AER to operate #pipelines. Feedback will be accepted until Jan 15.— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) November 17, 2020
The AER’s Wainwright Field Centre is closing, but its work remains the same. Our staff there now provide oversight for the region through remote working. This includes incident response, inspections & audits, & regional engagement.— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) November 13, 2020
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#DYK In 2019, about 82% of pipeline incidents in Alberta were rated as being “low consequence” in terms of their effect on the public, environment, wildlife, and livestock. Learn more in the 2019 Pipeline Performance Report. https://t.co/Fovq1TFMc1 #ABEnergy #Pipelines pic.twitter.com/fAltDmInK2— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) November 6, 2020