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Directive PNG045: Acknowledgement of Reclamation for Sodium Chloride-Impacted Sites

New Directive: Acknowledgement of Reclamation for Sodium Chloride-Impacted Sites

The Energy Regulation Division of the Ministry of Energy and Resources (ER) is consulting with stakeholders on a proposed new directive known as Directive PNG045: Acknowledgement of Reclamation for Sodium Chloride-Impacted Sites. This directive aims to provide guidance on the mitigation of sodium chloride impacts to oil and gas sites to bring sodium chloride-impacted sites to regulatory closure in a timely and cost-effective manner.

Further details on the proposed new directive may be found at Notice of Proposed New Directive. Please submit feedback on the proposed regulatory enhancements to the ER Service Desk at er.servicedesk@gov.sk.ca from December 15, 2021, to February 11, 2022.

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