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Nuclear, oil and gas, and mining regulation

https://www.canada.ca/en/services/business/permits/federallyregulatedindustrysectors/nuclearoilgasminingregulation.html

Jul 31, 2018 ...Nuclear, oil and gas, and mining regulations Northern petroleum rights, pipelines, energy infrastructure, uranium mines, nuclear plants and more. Services and information Northern petroleum rights management The governance and regulation of oil and gas exploration on Crown Lands in the North. Regulation of uranium mines and mills Regulation and licencing

Federally regulated industry sectors

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Jul 24, 2018 ... regulations Business activity regulations relating to food, animals, plants, grain, fishing, aquaculture and forestry. Nuclear, oil and gas, and mining regulations Northern petroleum rights, pipelines, energy infrastructure, uranium mines, nuclear plants and more. Broadcasting and telecommunications regulations Broadcasting, distribution and spectrum licences

NEB - Canada’s Energy Future 2013 - Energy Supply and Demand Projections to 2035 - An Energy Market Assessment

https://www.cer-rec.gc.ca/nrg/ntgrtd/ftr/2013/index-eng.html

Aug 28, 2019 ...) and Threshold Prices for New Oil Sands Projects 6.1 Remaining Marketable Natural Gas Resources, as of 31 December 2012 Top of Page List of Acronyms and Abbreviations AEO Annual Energy Outlook AER Alberta Energy Regulator B.C. British Columbia CAPEX capital expenditure CAPP Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers CBM coalbed methane CCS carbon capture and storage

NEB - Provincial and Territorial Energy Profiles - Canada

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Aug 28, 2019 ... and Renewables In 2017, Canada produced 650.2 terawatt hours (TW.h) of electricity. More than half of the electricity in Canada (60%) is generated from hydro sources. The remainder is produced from a variety of sources, including natural gas, nuclear, wind, coal, biomass, solar, and petroleum (Figure 2). Canadian regulation of the electricity sector occurs primarily

NEB - Links

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Aug 28, 2019 ... Energy Research Institute (CERI) Canadian Fuels Association Canadian Gas Association (CGA) Canadian Heavy Oil Association (CHOA) Canadian Industrial Energy End Use Data and Analysis Centre (CIEEDAC) Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy & Petroleum (CIM) Canadian Nuclear Association (CNA) Canadian Propane Association Canadian Society for Unconventional

NEB - Canada’s Energy Future 2018: Energy Supply and Demand Projections to 2040 - Chapter 3. Reference and HCP Case Results

https://www.cer-rec.gc.ca/nrg/ntgrtd/ftr/2018/chptr3-eng.html

Aug 28, 2019 ...On Wednesday, Aug. 28, the National Energy Board (NEB) became the Canada Energy Regulator (CER). For further information please visit our Implementing the Canadian Energy Regulator Act information page Chapter 3. Reference and High/Low Price Case Results Content Overview Macroeconomic Drivers Energy Demand Crude Oil Natural Gas Production Natural Gas

NEB –Provincial and Territorial Energy Profiles - New Brunswick

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Aug 28, 2019 ... was 4 003 litres (25.2 barrels), or 39% above the national average of 2 886 litres per capita. RPP prices in New Brunswick have been regulated by the New Brunswick Energy and Utilities Board since 2006. Maximum prices at the retail level for gasoline, diesel, furnace oil, and propane are set on a weekly basis (or as required). Natural Gas In 2017, New Brunswick

NEB – Canada’s Energy Transition: Historical and Future Changes to Energy Systems – Update – An Energy Market Assessment

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Aug 28, 2019 .... This is a result of many factors including lower economic growth, policies and programs, energy efficiency regulations, and technological development. Coal is nearly phased out: Policy developments and the improved economics of natural gas lead to a large reduction in expected 2030 coal use between the two reports. Less energy from oil products: New vehicle fuel emission

NEB - Canada’s Energy Future 2016: Energy Supply and Demand Projections to 2040

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Aug 28, 2019 ... to 88 106m³/d (3.1 Bcf/d) by 2014, and now represents over 20 per cent of total Canadian natural gas demandFootnote 25. Natural gas is used in mining, upgrading, and in situ oil sands production. As discussed in Chapter 5, in situ production represents the majority of future bitumen production and natural gas demand. In situ oil sands production can be broadly

NEB - Canada’s Energy Future 2017: Energy Supply and Demand Projections to 2040 - Chapter 3. Reference and HCP Case Results

https://www.cer-rec.gc.ca/nrg/ntgrtd/ftr/2017/chptr3-eng.html

Aug 28, 2019 ...On Wednesday, Aug. 28, the National Energy Board (NEB) became the Canada Energy Regulator (CER). For further information please visit our Implementing the Canadian Energy Regulator Act information page Chapter 3. Reference and HCP Case Results Content Overview Macroeconomic Drivers Energy Demand Crude Oil Natural Gas Natural Gas Liquids Electricity Coal GHG

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