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Regulations, Guidance Notes and Related Documents under the Canadian Energy Regulator Act

Regulations made under the remain in force under the . New regulations and updates to existing regulations are being implemented through a phased approach.

365bet官网开户 Every decision or order made by the National Energy Board is considered to have been made under the Canadian Energy Regulator Act and may be enforced as such. Every certificate, license or permit issued by the National Energy Board is considered to have been issued under the Canadian Energy Regulator Act.

Pipelines and Processing Plants

Electricity

  • Electricity – Export Applications
  • Electricity – Power Line Applications
  • International Power Lines – Power Line Damage Prevention
  • NEW! Regulations now in force
    • 2020-04-09
      International and Interprovincial Power Line Damage Prevention Regulations – Obligations of Holders of Permits and Certificates
      (SOR/2020-49)
      • The regulations and the Regulatory Impact Analysis Statement were published in the . These regulations are now in force.
    • International and Interprovincial Power Line Damage Prevention Regulations – Authorizations (SOR/2019-347)
      • The regulations and the Regulatory Impact Analysis Statement were published in the . These regulations are now in force. The coming into force of the International and Interprovincial Power Line Damage Prevention Regulations – Obligations of Holders of Permits and Certificates triggers the coming into force of the International and Interprovincial Power Line Damage Prevention Regulations – Authorizations.
    • are revoked.
      • (9 April 2020)
    • Notification Letter

Exports and Imports (Oil and Gas)

  • Exports and Imports (Oil and Gas)
    • 2020-04-09
      Regulations Amending the Oil Product Designation Regulations (Miscellaneous Program) (SOR/2020-52)
      • The regulations and the Regulatory Impact Analysis Statement were published in the .

Enforcement

Rules of Practice, Substituted Services and Pipeline Arbitration Committee

  • Regulatory Proceedings
    • NEW! Regulation In Force
    • 2019-12-11
      (SOR/2019-348)
      • The regulations and the Regulatory Impact Analysis Statement were published in the .
      • The regulations provide the circumstances when time periods may be excluded from the calculation of time limits set in the Canadian Energy Regulator Act (CER Act) for the assessment of applications submitted under CER Act sections 183 and 214 (pipelines), 262 (power lines), and 298 (offshore renewable energy and power line projects).
      • The circumstances in which the Lead Commissioner can designate an excluded period are:
        1. If the project applicant submits a written request to the Commission of the CER, requesting for a period to be excluded.
        2. If the Commission is of the opinion that a change to the project’s design, or operation or construction plans, requires the undertaking of studies or the collection of additional information.
        3. If the applicant has not paid the fees, levies or charges payable under the CER’s cost recovery scheme (as per CER Act s. 87).
      • The CER Act provides that, in the circumstances provided in the Regulations, the Lead Commissioner may specify that a period is to be excluded from the calculation of the time limit within which the Commission must make its decision or recommendation, and must provide the reasons for excluding that period.

Tolls, Tariffs and Accounting (Gas and Oil)

Pipeline Financial Requirements

Cost Recovery

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