Environmental Impact Assessment Reports

Environmental Impact Assessment reports for large industrial disturbances such as oil sands mines and processing plants have been required under the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act (and predecessor legislation) since 1973. Reports submitted since 2001 in digital format are available at <a href="https://external.sp.environment.gov.ab.ca/DocArc/EIA/Pages/default.aspx.">https://external.sp.environment.gov.ab.ca/DocArc/EIA/Pages/default.aspx</a>. This Collection contains earlier oil sands mine and plant site Environmental Impact Assessment reports. OSRIN appreciates the efforts of Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development and Alberta Government Library staff in providing the materials to be digitized.

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  • 1978

    Alsands Project Group

    Amoco Canada Petroleum Company Ltd., Chevron Standard Limited, Dome Petroleum Limited, Gulf Canada Limited, Hudson's Bay Oil and Gas Company Limited, Pacific Petroleums Ltd., Petrofina Canada Ltd., Shell Canada Resources Limited and Shell Explorer Limited, (collectively called the \"Applicant\")...

  • 1996

    Syncrude Canada Ltd.

    The Aurora Mine is planned for development in four stages of investment in bitumen production. Each stage includes a high capacity (8000 tonnes per hour) Low Energy Extraction Process utilizing hydrotransport. The first two stages (Aurora North) share a common truck-shovel mine pit on Oil Sands...

  • 1997

    Shell Canada Limited

    Shell Canada Limited (Shell) is applying to the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board (EUB) and Alberta Environmental Protection (AEP) for approval to construct, operate and reclaim a $1.2 billion oil sands mine and processing facilities on the western portion of Oil Sands Lease No. 7277080Tl3...

  • 1995

    Solv-Ex Corporation

    Solv-Ex Corporation is applying to the Alberta Energy and Utility Board (AEUB) for a seven year approval to construct and operate an experimental oil sands co-production facility from November 1995 to October 2002. The facility will be used to evaluate the feasibility of a new co-production...

  • 1998

    Suncor Inc., Oil Sands Group

    Suncor Energy Inc. is applying for regulatory approval to proceed with the construction, operation and reclamation of the proposed Project Millennium located at its current operations near Fort McMurray in the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo in northeastern Alberta. On 31 July 1997, Suncor...

  • 1996

    Suncor Inc., Oil Sands Group

    Suncor Inc. is applying for regulatory approval to proceed with the development of the proposed Steepbank Mine, to be located across the Athabasca River from its current operations near Fort McMurray in the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo in northeastern Alberta. In April1995 a disclosure...

  • 1973

    Syncrude Canada Ltd.

    Syncrude Canada Limited and the Government of the Province of Alberta are currently negotiating the practicability of proceeding with a synthetic crude oil production project. During the course of analyzing the practicability of the project, the need for an environmental impact assessment was...

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