The SGRR first came into effect in 2004, and requires facilities that emit 10,000 tonnes or more of specified gases to submit annual reports on their emissions.
Specified Gas Reporting Standard
The Specified Gas Reporting Standard details who is required to report specified gas emissions and how the information is collected. Facilities that are subject to reporting requirements under the SGRR must follow the requirements set out in the Specified Gas Reporting Standard.
Facilities subject to the SGRR report their emissions through the federal government’s Single Window Information Management (SWIM) System.
The reported information is used to inform policy development and for analysis and reporting purposes.
Draft Specified Gas Reporting Standard for comment
Comments are being accepted on the draft updates to the Standard until February 15, 2019.
- Draft Specified Gas Reporting Standard (PDF, 333 KB)
- Specified Gas Reporting Standard Comments Table (DOCX, 120 KB)
The following finalized chapters of the Quantification Methodologies for the Carbon Competitiveness Incentive Regulation and the Specified Gas Reporting Regulation have been posted and are intended to be mandatory for SGRR 2018 emissions reports:
- Chapter 1 Stationary Fuel Combustion
- Chapter 8 Industrial Processes
- Chapter 12 Imports
- Chapter 13 Production
- Chapter 14 Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Combustion of Biomass
- Chapter 17 Measurement, Sampling, Analysis and Data Management
Additional quantification methodologies are in development and will be posted on the Carbon Competitiveness Incentive Regulation page for comment through 2018 and 2019.
Record of Deviation Form (XLSX, 28 KB)
Steps of Creating a Facility Boundary Map (PDF, 975 KB)
Subscribe to mailing list
This automatic email system distributes information pertaining to the specified gas reporting program to subscribers. This list and the department’s website are the primary sources of information and updates on mandatory greenhouse gas emissions reporting.
This information is collected so we may provide you with updates.
The email address you provide to Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP) is collected under the authorization of Section 8 (1) (2) of the Government Organization Act, and is being managed in accordance with Section 33 (c) of the Alberta Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
Submitting this information is strictly voluntary and by providing your email address you are giving AEP your permission to use your email address to subscribe to updates on AEP Specified Gas Reporting Mailing List. Your email address will be shared in confidence with direct line Manager, Director and System Administrator. Your personal information will not be used or disclosed for any other purpose without your consent by AEP.
Should you wish to have your personal information removed, changed or have any further questions or concerns, please contact Robert Hamaliuk, Regulatory and Compliance at 780-644-8364.
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