Status: Open until October 14, 2019
Ministries responsible: Energy and Environment and Parks
The Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) is responsible for regulating the life cycle of oil, oil sands, natural gas and coal projects in a manner that protects public safety and the environment.
As a key economic driver, Alberta’s energy sector requires a well-designed, single regulator to regulate the responsible development of our energy resources.
We are reviewing the AER to identify enhancements to its mandate, governance and system operations to ensure Alberta remains a predictable place to invest and a world leader in responsible resource development.
We want to hear from stakeholders and interested Albertans on ways to improve the AER.
The review will include:
- in-person stakeholder workshops with industry, municipal and professional associations, government departments and Indigenous groups
- interviews with individuals who are or have been involved in the governance of the AER
- online form for interested Albertans to provide feedback
Share your feedback
Read the AER Review Discussion Guide and provide your feedback on AER’s mandate and system operations by filling out the form below. The form is open until October 14, 2019.
This information is collected so that we may provide you with updates.
The personal information is being collected and used pursuant to section 33(c) and section 39(1)(a) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIP).
Questions about the FOIP Act may be directed to the Information Access and Privacy office at 780-427-5848.
Your feedback will help inform policy changes to help maximize the effectiveness of the Alberta Energy Regulator.
If you have questions about the review, email AERreview@gov.ab.ca.
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