What Does That Thing Do???

CAPLA's Surface Committee invites you to attend their first Heavy Equipment Minii Series session on drilling equipment and how it relates to surface land presented by Glenn M Osmak, P. Eng. from Ozamatic Engineering Inc.

For more details of the presentation objectives, please click here .

Please note that is a brown bag event.

January 16 | 12:00 pm - 1:000 pm
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
855 - 2nd Street S.W.
Suite 3500, Bankers Hall East Tower
Nexus Now Available....

Inside This Issue:

The "Method" - An Approach to Resolving Problems Under the CAPL Documents

Dashboard Reports

The AER's Draft of the New Public Involvement Directive

and much more....

Industry News

Consultation – Proposed amendments to Directive PNG009: Public Notice Requirements

The Ministry of Energy and Resources (ER) is consulting with the oil and gas industry on a proposed amended Directive for Public Notice Requirements.

Highlights of the proposed amended Directive are available at the link below:
Submitting Feedback
ER welcomes any feedback that you may have on the proposed amended Directive and ask that you submit your comments no later than January 27, 2020. 

Feedback should be sent to: ER.servicedesk@gov.sk.ca
Attn: Carter Howe, Engineer, Resource Management
Land Titles and Surveys fee increases

The provincial budget, released October 24, 2019, announced government fees will increasing for select land titles services. Fess related to land titles and surveys were largely out of line with Canada's three largest provinces. These fee increases more accurately reflect the cost of delivering service and will ensure that key services Albertans need are consistent with other provinces. Fee changes effective January 1, 2020.
Members Matter - Your Opinions Count!
For the Triple-Round-Up, instead of having in June, would you attend during Stampede week?
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