The Oil and Gas Emissions Management Regulations were introduced as a made-in-Saskatchewan results-based regulation to reduce methane-based GHG emissions by 4.5 million tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) from 2015 levels by 2025.
The following links and documents contain information related to The Oil and Gas Emissions Management Regulations.
The Oil and Gas Emissions Management Regulations
The Oil and Gas Emissions Management Regulations came into effect January 1, 2019.
MRO 135-22 specifies the emissions factors that The Oil and Gas Emissions Management Regulations reference.
Directive PNG036: Venting and Flaring Requirements
This directive addresses venting and flaring requirements from oil and gas wells and facilities in the province of Saskatchewan.
Guideline PNG037: Emissions Reduction Plan
Section 11 of The Oil and Gas Emissions Management Regulations specify that an Emission Reduction Plan must be submitted by all licensees bound by the regulations. This document will provide guidance for licensees submitting a plan.
Guideline PNG041: Leak Detection and Repair Annual Reporting
Section 7 of Directive PNG036 requires annual reporting of LDAR results. This guideline will assist with submission.
Guideline PNG041 – Annual Reporting Template
This template should be completed to submit the LDAR annual reporting spreadsheet.
This calculator may be used for estimating and planning purposes. Official emissions and emissions limits must be obtained from IRIS.
Greenhouse Gas Emissions IRIS Training Module
This training module will assist with requirements of The Oil and Gas Emissions Management Regulations as well as the functionality of the IRIS Emissions Management module.
Oil and Gas Emissions Management Regulations Annual Emissions Report
This report contains actual and potential emissions for oil facilities in Saskatchewan.