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Submit a Pipeline Notification


Any company operating a licensed pipeline shall notify the ministry of the start of construction, pressure test, discontinuation and abandonment. Notifications are required so that a ministry representative may be present to witness the proceedings if deemed necessary.


Before submitting any notification, you must have a Pipeline Licence approval/amendment.

Any company operating a licensed pipeline should comply with the terms and conditions of the licence, first by notifying the ministry of the following:

  • start of construction – within 24 hours
  • prior to conducting pressure testing - minimum of 24 hours ( preferably at least 48 to 72 hours) for every pipeline/pipeline section
  • prior to the commencement of the discontinuation procedures – at least 24 hours
  • after the completion of the discontinuation procedures
  • prior to the commencement of the abandonment procedures – at least 24 hours
  • after the completion of the abandonment procedures

How To Apply

  1. Complete the Pipeline Notification Form.
  2. Submit the completed notification to


Download the Pipeline Notification Form

Submit the completed form to

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