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Regulatory Stock Review Plan – Section 335 Cost Apportionment Regulatory Tool
Enabling Act: Canadian Energy Regulator Act (CER Act)
Rationale: New regulatory tool to address the apportionment of costs directly incurred as a result of parties working near CER-regulated pipelines under the proposed CER Act.
Narrative: Under the CER Act, the Canada Energy Regulator (CER) has authority to make regulations that address the apportionment of costs directly incurred as a result of parties working near CER-regulated pipelines (related to construction or ground disturbance). The CER, under the CER Act, will also have the authority to give direction governing the apportionment of these costs by order.
This regulatory initiative is in the early stages of development.
Date of last review or amendment: New regulatory tool
Targeted start for review: 2019
For further information:
- Forward Regulatory Plan: Section 335 Cost Apportionment Regulatory Tool
- Canadian Energy Regulator Act
- Conducting Activities Safely Near Federally-Regulated Pipelines: Reaching agreement for conducting activities near pipelines and determining how costs are managed
- Section 335 Applications – Process Guidance for Applicants
- Section 335 Applications – Guiding Principles for Cost Apportionment
Departmental or agency contact:
Telephone: (403) 561-3758
Toll Free: 1-800-899-1265
Fax: (403) 292-5503
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