Category Archives: Carbon Capture and Storage

Province of Alberta Announces a Two-Step Process for Developing a New Climate Change Policy

By: Nigel Bankes PDF Version: Province of Alberta Announces a Two-Step Process for Developing a New Climate Change Policy Matter Commented On: Minister Shannon Phillips’ Press Conference on Alberta’s climate change strategy, June 25, 2015 A central element of Alberta’s … Continue reading

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Alberta Releases the Carbon Capture and Storage Quantification Protocol for Public Comment

By: Nigel Bankes PDF Version: Alberta Releases the Carbon Capture and Storage Quantification Protocol for Public Comment Document Commented On: Quantification Protocol for CO2 Capture and Permanent Storage in Deep Saline Aquifers, Version: DRAFT for public comment, November 2014 and … Continue reading

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Time to Proclaim the Compulsory Unitization Provisions of the Oil and Gas Conservation Act

By: Nigel Bankes PDF version: Time to Proclaim the Compulsory Unitization Provisions of the Oil and Gas Conservation Act Decision Commented On: Butte Energy Inc Application for Special Oil Well Spacing, Chigwell Field, 2013 ABERCB 005 Regular readers of this … Continue reading

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Quest. The Energy Resources Conservation Board Approves the First Commercial Scale Carbon Capture and Storage Project in Alberta

By: Nigel Bankes PDF Version: Quest. The Energy Resources Conservation Board Approves the First Commercial Scale Carbon Capture and Storage Project in Alberta Decision Commented On: Shell Canada Limited, Application for the Quest Carbon Capture and Storage Project, Radway Field, … Continue reading

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Low Carbon Energy Policies: Vested Rights, Legitimate Expectations, and Differential Treatment in Domestic and International Law

By: Nigel Bankes PDF Version: Low Carbon Energy Policies: Vested Rights, Legitimate Expectations, and Differential Treatment in Domestic and International Law Cases and Matters Commented On: Secretary of State for Climate Change v Friends of the Earth and Others, [2012] … Continue reading

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