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Found 10 records similar to Canada Energy Regulator (formerly National Energy Board) Fees Report

Federal

On August 28, 2019, the National Energy Board (NEB) became the Canada Energy Regulator (CER), with the Coming into Force of Bill C-69 and the Canadian Energy Regulator Act (CERA). The organization is actively transitioning to the CER, supported by decades of experience regulating energy projects in the Canadian public interest as
well as a history of successfully implementing legislative changes.

This Fees Report details the organization’s fees for Fiscal Year 2018-19, prior to the Coming into Force of the CERA. For this reason the report refers to the NEB as the reporting organization for 2018-19.

Last Updated: Dec. 18, 2019
Date Published: Dec. 18, 2019
Organization: Canada Energy Regulator
Formats: PDF
Keywords:  2018-19, Fees Report
Federal

A Regulatory Instrument is an Order, a certificate, or a permit issued by the Canada Energy Regulator (CER) following a decision made under the Canadian Energy Regulator Act. Different numbers are given depending on the application made under different part of the Canadian Energy Regulator Act.

Last Updated: Feb. 16, 2021
Date Published: Oct. 19, 2018
Organization: Canada Energy Regulator
Formats: CSV
Keywords:  Regulatory Instrument, Issued to Company, Commissioner Decision, Issued to, Expiry Date, Sunset Date; Privy Council, REGDOCS’
Federal

Canadians access and use energy information for knowledge, research or decision-making. This data counts quarterly the number of times the CER energy information is accessed.

Last Updated: Dec. 9, 2020
Date Published: Dec. 9, 2020
Organization: Canada Energy Regulator
Formats: CSV
Keywords:  energy information, CER, access, pipeline information, page views
Federal

This dataset contains a list of Significant or Commercial Discovery Declarations (SDD and CDD), on Frontier Lands under the CPRA, that the CER regulates. This list includes the declaration date, company, the field name and/or well name, CER area and sections identified.

Last Updated: Nov. 23, 2020
Date Published: Nov. 23, 2020
Organization: Canada Energy Regulator
Formats: CSV
Keywords:  Significant, Commercial, Discovery, Declaration, Declarations, Frontier, Lands, Geological, Well
Federal

The Canada Energy Regulator (CER) will assess export licence applications to determine if the volume of the applied for energy commodity proposed for export, is surplus to Canadian requirements. The CER considers gas import licence applications, including licence applications for liquefied natural gas (LNG). For gas, natural gas, and propane licence applications, the CER uses a written process that includes a public comment period for impacted persons. Following the comment period, the Board will complete its assessment of the application, and either approve or deny the application.

Last Updated: Jul. 8, 2020
Date Published: Oct. 1, 2017
Organization: Canada Energy Regulator
Formats: CSV
Keywords:  export, import, licence, applications, energy commodity, liquified natural gas, gas import, NEB
Federal

Under the Service Fees Act, the Privy Council Office, as a department named in Schedules I, I.1 and II of the Financial Administration Act reports to Parliament annually on the fees charged.

The table of contents of this Fees Report is as follows:
About this report
Remissions
Overall totals, by fee type
Total for fees set by act, regulation or fees notice, by fee grouping
Details on each fee set by act, regulation or fees notice
Endnotes

Last Updated: Feb. 27, 2020
Date Published: Feb. 26, 2020
Organization: Privy Council Office
Formats: PDF
Keywords:  Fees Report, Statutory Instruments Act, Orders in Council, OICs, Inspection and Obtaining Copies of Statutory Instruments
Federal

Once the Canada Energy Regulator (CER) decides that an application requires a hearing, the CER issues a process letter or a document called a Hearing Order. A Hearing Order usually gives a brief description of the proposed project or application, the list of issues that will be considered, as well as details on the steps in the hearing process and the schedule for the various steps. The Hearing Order includes information on how people might participate in the hearing. The process to apply to participate in a hearing will involve filling in an online form with details such as how the project will impact you or your group.

Last Updated: Feb. 16, 2021
Date Published: Oct. 19, 2018
Organization: Canada Energy Regulator
Formats: CSV
Keywords:  hearing, intervenor, commenter, proceeding, application, list of issues, CER, order, location
Federal

This report, which is tabled under section 20 of the Service Fees Act and section 4.2.8 of the Directive on Charging and Special Financial Authorities, contains information about the fees that Department of National Defence had the authority to charge in the 2018 to 2019 fiscal year

Table of contents
Minister’s message
About this report
Remissions
Overall totals, by fee type
Totals for fees set by act, regulation or fees notice, by fee grouping
Details on each fee set by act, regulation or fees notice
Endnotes

Last Updated: Mar. 25, 2020
Date Published: Mar. 18, 2020
Organization: National Defence
Formats: HTML
Keywords:  Department of National Defence, Fees Report, Fiscal year 2018 to 2019, Service Fees Act, Access to Information Act
Federal

This report, which is tabled under section 20 of the Service Fees Act and section 4.2.8 of the Directive on Charging and Special Financial Authorities, contains information about the fees that the Department of Justice had the authority to set in 2019–20. Government of Canada departments may set fees for services, licences, permits, products, the use of facilities; for other authorizations of rights or privileges; or to recover, in whole or in part, costs incurred in relation to a regulatory scheme. For reporting purposes, fees must be categorized under the following three fee setting mechanisms:

  1. Act, regulation or fees notice ◦An act of Parliament delegates the fee setting authority to a department, minister or Governor in Council.
Last Updated: Nov. 12, 2020
Date Published: Nov. 6, 2020
Organization: Department of Justice Canada
Formats: PDF HTML
Keywords:  Fees Report, Government publications, Annual reports, Service Fees Act
Federal

This report, which is tabled under section 20 of the Service Fees Act and section 4.2.8 of the Directive on Charging and Special Financial Authorities, contains information about the fees that the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) had the authority to set in 2019–20. Government of Canada departments may set fees for services, licences, permits, products, the use of facilities; for other authorizations of rights or privileges; or to recover, in whole or in part, costs incurred in relation to a regulatory scheme. For reporting purposes, fees must be categorized under the following three fee setting mechanisms:

  1. Act, regulation or fees notice : An act of Parliament delegates the fee setting authority to a department, minister or Governor in Council.
Last Updated: Dec. 2, 2020
Date Published: Nov. 20, 2020
Organization: Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission
Formats: HTML
Keywords:  Financial information, Telecommunications, Broadcasting, Compliance, Reports, Fees, CRTC, Revenues, Costs
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