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New Directives for Site Specific Liability Assessment and Phase II Environmental Site Assessment

The Ministry of Energy and Resources is consulting with the oil and gas industry on proposed new directives for Site Specific Liability Assessment (SSLA) and Phase II Environmental Site Assessment (ESA).

The directives are intended to clarify the requirements for SSLA and Phase II ESA work. These directives are expected to improve overall consistency and accuracy of the assessment reports, and bring the upstream industry into closer alignment with the Ministry of Environment’s assessment and reclamation standards.

All the details on the proposed new directives are provided below:

Submitting Feedback

We welcome any feedback you may have on the proposed directives and ask that you submit your comments no later than February 11, 2019. Feedback should be sent to:

Sean Trithardt, P.Eng., PMP
Environmental Engineer
Liability Management Branch
Petroleum and Natural Gas Division
Ministry of Energy and Resources


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