Cameron Hills Gathering System - EA01-005

Document List

Displaying 158 documents.
3.92 MB

This is the 2008-2009 Cameron Hills Gas and Oil Benefit Plan Annual Report sent on October 21, 2009 to the Review Board from Indian and Northern Affairs.

2.28 MB

Information provided to INAC by Paramount as per January 11, 2002 REA requirement.

98.65 KB

Paramount letter to accompany submission of revegetation, permafrost, and access monitoring report to the National Energy Board

3.41 MB

This document was submitted in accordance with Condition #53 of the approved Land Use Permit and National Energy Board orders.

229.77 KB

Specifically addresses DCFN concerns on Paramount's choice of non-native tree species for the re-vegetation seed mixture. The DCFN also inquired about monitoring and Paramount compliance of measures and regulations during the lifetime of the project.

169.76 KB

Environment Canada indicates that they do not have any specific concerns regarding the requested amendment, however concerning the erosion problem, there will need to be proper mitigation measures. Environment Canada will review this.

113.97 KB

Mackenzie Valley telephoned Chief Karen Thomas inquiring about their information request to Paramount Resources Ltd. Ms. Thomas said they wanted more information on the Benefits Package and the job hire program.

104.37 KB

The Department of Resources, Wildlife and Economic Development reviewed the Land Use Permit MV2000P0055 and Water License MV2000L1-0014 and offer their comments. The second page has been misplaced.

304.46 KB

The NEB presents a Preliminary Screening Matrix and a Scope of Development Proposal outlining: type of development, principal activities, and principal development components.

85.1 KB

The West Point First Nation state that they will not be supporting this land use application until further information is obtained from Paramount resources Ltd.

184.62 KB

The Kaƒ_Taƒ_T Gee Tu First Nation request to re-schedule their meeting with Mackenzie Valley Land and Water Board due to the fact that there was not adequate time given to consider and respond to these amendment applications.

199.58 KB

The Department of Fisheries and Oceans has reviewed the following parts of the Land Use Permit MV2000P0055 and Water License MV2000L1-0014 amendment application; altering the routes of flowlines to tie in the six wells, relocating the water disposal well,

178.71 KB

The KaA­AÝaA­AÝ Gee Tu First Nation claim that they will not be able to reply with an answer on time for the deadline by August 23rd, 2002 because Louise Mandell is out of office until September 23rd, 2002.

95.55 KB

This letter is a notification that Land Use Permit MV2000P0055 and Water License MV2000L1-0014 will be processed at the September 09, 2002 Board meeting.

95.55 KB

This letter is a notification that Land Use Permit MV2000P0055 and Water License MV2000L1-0014 will be processed at the September 09, 2002 Board meeting.

4.49 MB

Paramount environmental assessment and remediation plan for erosion issues in the Cameron Hills

94.83 KB

MVLWB requests comments from Paramount regarding the Land Use Permit MV2000P0055 and Water License MV2000L1-0014.

123.15 KB

Paramount Resources Ltd. talks about their six constructed pipelines and production facilities and the three new wells which were drilled. This amendment request is the revision of the location of the water disposal well to a location closer to the H-03 C

90.41 KB

Letter from the National Energy Board to Paramount granting an amendment to the revegetation plan as described in Paramount's submission of June 25, 2002.

205.57 KB

Letter from the Deh Cho FN to Paramount describing concerns with the non-native seed mixture proposed in the Paramount revegetation plan for Cameron Hills.

692.87 KB

Letter from Paramount to Aurora Research Institute re. research license; includes a summary of community consultation undertaken on the subject of research license applications

249.81 KB

Covers production operations.

1.52 MB

Conditions f, p and q are unacceptable, reasoning explained. Explanatory remarks highlight Km 0.5, 1st Creek, Slope S15, Slope S13 & Creek Crossing GSC-16, Cameron River Crossing GSC-17, crossing 17, crossing GSC-29 & the r-o-w to the Cameron Rive, slope

181.61 KB

Letter from Paramount to the MVLWB requesting an amendment to specifications for the seeding rate and fertilizer mix in revegetation plans for the Cameron Hills pipeline and gathering system.

96.23 KB

Letter from Paramount to the NEB requesting an amendment to revegetation specifications described in the environmental impact assessment for the Cameron Hills pipeline and fuel gas pipeline

182.6 KB

Paramount Resources Ltd. had written to Mackenzie Valley Land and Water Board regarding a pipeline failure caused by what they believe to be high tensile stress at a weld caused by the settlement of the soil at the c-50 bridge site. Their proposal to fix

455.11 KB

Results for tests including: Petroleum Hydrocarbon in soil, Salinity Package (Water) & Oil and Grease and Soil Salinity.

1.11 MB

Letter from Paramount to the National Energy Board with responses to IRs re. proposed corrosion inhibition program

368.77 KB

Paramount informs NEB that the excavation and removal of the failed pipeline has been completed and have done much looking into what could have caused this failure. Paramount feels that the settling of the ground near the pipeline anchor. They list their

181.06 KB

Letter informing Paramount that the Department of Indian and Northern Affairs has requested the Finance Department refunds them for unused quarry royalties.

1.66 MB

Summary of inspection of ROW (Right-of-Ways). Lists Areas A-J; the issue, the Action taken and the Additional Mitigation Required.

261.38 KB

The Deh Cho First Nations express their concern regarding the method of re-vegetation (Order XO-P097-02-2002; Condition 8 of the Act). Information concerning seed type and possible over growth and threat to native species is requested.

110.39 KB

Letter from Mackenzie Valley Land and Water Board responding to Paramount Transmission Ltd. Noise Survey. The NEB is satisfied with the results, Paramountƒ_Ts submission is in compliance with condition 12 of NEBƒ_Ts Order EPO-01-2002

93.02 KB

The Plan was created as under the Terms of Conditions of the approved Class "A" Land Use Permit.

115.87 KB

The comments of their clients Ka'a'Gee Tu First Nation include concerns that the noise survey was based on tests taken during the weekend and the companies decision to not include noise made from helicopters and ATV's.

93.02 KB

The MVLWB approved the Noise Survey as submitted in accordance with Condition #78 of the Land Use Permit.

197.77 KB

The Department of Indian and Northern Affairs assures Mandell Pinder that they looked into the possible winter access gate violation by Paramount. An Inspector was sent to the site and assures that there is in fact a gate which is well monitored.

197.77 KB

The Department of Indian and Northern Affairs assures Mandell Pinder that they looked into the possible winter access gate violation by Paramount. An Inspector was sent to the site and assures that there is in fact a gate which is well monitored.

338.76 KB

Paramount believe that extending the date for facilitated discussion through the mechanism proposed by the INAC is the appropriate way to proceed.

103.74 KB

Responding to Paramounts request to change 12 of their existing shut-in wells into Producing wells. The Department of Indian and Northern Affairs also informs that they are preparing new leases and licenses for the winter road, airstrip, production facili

1.42 MB

Report Outlining Conditions A through Q with additional explanatory remarks on comp/battery site and facilities and Program Modification Approvals for addition of two quarry locations (A73 and C-50) and for a test pit with attached conditions.

350.98 KB

The Kaƒ_Ta Gee Tu First Nation informs Gowlings that they do not share the same view regarding Recommendation 15 yet would be willing to extend the timeline in order to facilitate discussions about the compensation plan. The Kaƒ_Ta Gee Tu express that the

3.23 MB

for the Cameron Hills, NWT Gathering System and Central Facility Noise Survey Following Production Operations Commencement.

106.57 KB

The Mackenzie Valley Land and Water Board does not have a problem with Paramount switching from a diesel electrical generator to the turbine generator as long as emission levels are below Federal guidelines.

106.57 KB

The Mackenzie Valley Land and Water Board does not have a problem with Paramount switching from a diesel electrical generator to the turbine generator as long as emission levels are below Federal guidelines.

235.92 KB

Gowlings respond of behalf of Paramount saying that they have notes Draft Plan comments, they are aware of the support for the compensation plan by the Haida Nation and Taku River Tlingit, and they wish to correct the Kaƒ_Taƒ_T Gee Tu First Nation when th

305.72 KB

The Kaƒ_Taƒ_T Gee Tu First Nation firstly clear up prior statements regarding a facilitator as well as reinforce the fact the correspondence has been minimal with the INAC and they request that the Kaƒ_Taƒ_T Gee Tu First Nations have meetings separate fro

354.74 KB

The Kaƒ_Taƒ_T Gee Tu First Nation requests that Paramount address the issues of economic and cultural loss in its Plan. Revision of issues already included in Paramountƒ_Ts Draft Plan such as the arbitrary boundary of the discovery area and the compensati

483.07 KB

Paramount responds to the request for additional information about PTLƒ_Ts corrosion inhibition program by NEB. Topics such as corrosion inhibition chemicals, coupons and monitoring spools are discussed.

204.63 KB

The MVLWB is reassuring that their concern regarding Paramountƒ_Ts commitment to construct a gate to restrict access to the winter road has been forwarded to the Department of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada. They will follow up.

495.62 KB

Letter from Paramount to NEB addressing the request for clarification on vegetation, wildlife and monitoring plans including PTLƒ_Ts response.

273.03 KB

The Board approves of PTLƒ_Ts plans and expects the monitoring plans to be carried out according to the conditions of the Order for the next five years. Should there be any changes to the monitoring plans the Board reminds PTL that they must first be appr

87.27 KB

This letter is to confirm that the Land Use Permit MV2000P0055 has been distributed.

337.18 KB

Letter from Mandell Pinder to the MVLWB concerning violation of the commitments to construct a gate across the winter access road to be kept locked or staffed 24 hours a day. Mandell Pinder requests that an Inspector be sent to the site to address the sit

282.07 KB

This is Paramount Resources Ltd.ƒ_Ts response to the information request regarding Condition 14: Corrosion Inhibition made by the National Energy Board. They touch on corrosion inhibitors and corrosion monitoring spools vs. coupons.

679.89 KB

The approval is subject to compliance to the Oil and Gas Occupational Saftey and Health Regulations and the Canada Labour Code Part II.

669.71 KB

Letter from Paramount to Ka'a' Gee Tu FN in response to recommended changes for proposed revegetation, wildlife and permafrost monitoring plans

135.95 KB

Left message for Ms. MacIntosh regarding comments submitted for re-vegetation and permafrost monitoring plans.

117.43 KB

Paramount outlines what will be taking place on the Cameron Hills Site Tour on March 7th 2002.

878.87 KB

Submitted by Paramount Resources Ltd. to fulfill condition 41 of Land Use Permit MV2000P0055.

277.38 KB

Left Message for Mr. Forbes to call Mackenzie Land and Water Board regarding potential land use permit condition violation.

255.84 KB

Letter from Ka' a' Gee Tu FN to Paramount proposing a meeting date to discuss terms for coompensation

182.05 KB

Letter from INAC to Ka'a' gee Tu FN in response to concerns re MVEIRB Report of Environmental Assessment and technical, operational, emergency response and abandonment plans for the gathering system and pipeline.

306.57 KB

Territorial Quarrying Regulations, Quarrying Permit No. 2002QP0019 and conditions.

161.13 KB

Paramount informs that the covering letters for the Land Use Permits MV2000A0041 and MV2000P0055 and Water License MV2000L1-0014 have been replaced.

206.02 KB

NEB responds to Mandell Pinders letters on behalf of the Ka'a' Gee Tu First Nation dated February 7 and 8 2002.

340.97 KB

Letter from the NEB to MVEIRB with a copy of the approval and reasons for decision on the Paramount Cameron Hills pipeline and fuel gas pipeline.

221.36 KB

This news paper clipping confirm that Paramount Resources has begun the construction phase.

1.29 MB

This revegetation and permafrost monitoring plan is submitted by Paramount Resources and covers regreen wheat, wheatgrass, awned wheatgrass, fall rye, and slender wheatgrass.

253.9 KB

Chart with the planned project schedule for February and March 2002 submitted by Paramount Resources Ltd.

203.78 KB

Letter from Ka'a' Gee Tu First Nation to Paramount Resources in response to Paramount revegetation and permafrost monitoring plan; includes suggestions for improvements to the plan

619.02 KB

Email from Ka'a' Gee Tu FN to INAC re. desire for meetings to develop a compensation plan with Paramount Resources

114.01 KB

Paramount announces their commencement of partial construction of the gas gathering system. The Central Facility will be constructed at a later date.

195.66 KB

The Ka'a' Gee Tu First Nation request clairification as to who their law firm represents first, Paramount or MVEIRB. Another question the Ka'a' Gee Tu First Nation have is how the law firm is involved with the activities of Paramount Resources Ltd.

98.42 KB

Mr. Hollingsworth of Gowlings clairifies that they are talking about the letter of January 24th to Mr. Ken Brink rather than the letter to Cheif Chicot. They noth that the footer references on the two letters are remarkably close in numerican sequence.

90.78 KB

Mandell Pinder informs Gowlings that they incorrectly attribute the authorship of the letter dated January 24th 2002. They believe it was sent by Cheif Lloyd Chicot.

345.37 KB

Gowlings request that any correspondance they send either to Paramount or to the NEB concerning this matter be sent to them. Also Gowlings brings up the fact that the letter from Ms. MAcIntosh dates January 24th 2002 suggests bad faith on the part of Para

113.31 KB

The Ka'a' Gee Tu First Nation request that the Assemble of First Nations write a letter of support to the Minister of DIAND stating that they support the Ka'a' Gee Tu First Nation in their draft Benefits Agreement.

99.92 KB

The National Energy Board informs Paramount Resources Ltd. that they have examined PTL's Environmental Protection Plan and their repsonses to additional information requests. The Board grants approval.

937.43 KB

Letter from INAC to Deh Gah Got'ie Dene Council and Fort Providence Metis Council responding to a letter submitted by these groups expressing their concern re. the time frame for the initiation of the Cameron Hills oil and gas project.

387.33 KB

The National Energy Board states that they have examined PTL's Environmental Protection Plan adn requests some information. The information request includes changes involving communication of hunters/trappers and migitative measures, how paramount expects

182.65 KB

The Kaƒ_Taƒ_T Gee Tu First Nation request confirmation regarding the meeting they requested regarding the compensation and benefits plan with Paramount for February 21, 2002.

184.24 KB

Paramout Resources Ltd. submits further information to clarify the authority of the Heritage Resources Monitor from the loval communities. Paramount responds to the information request of the National Energy Board.

100.7 KB

Paramount submits a letter with responses to the informaton requests from the National Energy Board in the Environmental Protection Plan.

174.03 KB

Mandell Pinder state that they have recieved a letter from Paramount Resources Ltd. stating that the NEB has granted approval for Paramount to build a transborder pipeline and want to clarify that this is a mistake in communication. If infact this is true

339.59 KB

Paramount explain how they were to fulfill this by attending a workshup in hay River with many aboriginal representative groups but they cancelled the meeting. Paramount is concerned that there is a lack of good communication and would like assistance fin

109.82 KB

Email from Paramount to MVLWB with revised monitoring plans for the Cameron Hills in response to IRs.

1.4 MB

This document visits the concerns expressed by the Kaƒ_Ta Gee Tu First Nations regarding areas such as inadequate Traditional Knowledge Study and touches on Cultural Resources, Watershed, Plants, Fisheries, Wildlife Trapping, Travel Routes, and Traditiona

624.47 KB

The Kaƒ_Taƒ_T Gee Tu First Nation submits an Outline of Compensation Plan highlighting business opportunities, employment opportunities, community investment, resource and harvesting issues, conflict resolution, access management, equity participation, a

151.82 KB

The Department of Indian and Northern Affairs declares that they are in receipt pf an Irrevocable Letter of Credit from Paramount for their required security deposit for Land Use Permit MV2000P0055.

277.34 KB

Letter from the Kƒ_Taƒ_Tatlƒ_Todeeche First Nation outlining that they have completed a Harvesting and Gathering Study involving Hunting, Trapping, Fishing and other resources harvesting activities that may be affected by the Paramount Project.

168.14 KB

Letter from INAC to Paramount regarding the compensation plan and itƒ_Ts Traditional Knowledge Study which have yet to reach acceptable solutions.

1.13 MB

This document submitted by the Kaƒ_Ta Gee Tu First Nation touches on topics including the areas the elders visited during their trip to Tathlina Lake and important topics which are of importance when considering this proposed project such as cultural res

Letter from Mackenzie Valley Environmental Impact Review Board concludes the Paramount Resources Cameron Hills Gathering and Pipeline Development project and declares the matter complete and the report now closed.

244.7 KB

The Kaƒ_Taƒ_T Gee Tu First Nation suggest that the following key points are critical to come to an agreement on with Paramount; participation in the petroleum development in the Cameron Hills area, reasonable compensation and setting agreement for future

113.52 KB

The Kaƒ_Taƒ_T Gee Tu First Nation requests that Mr. Joe Acron be present at their meeting with Paramount later that day.

1.21 MB

Letter from Paramount announcing their two letters of Credit attached in favor of the Receiver General for Canada for the security deposits for MV2000P0055 and MV200L1-0014. Letters of Credit attached.

671.93 KB

INACs final approved measures of the Report of Environmental Assessment.

881.92 KB

The Order XO-P097-02-2002 outlines procedures during the prior to construction, during construction, prior to operation, and post construction phases. French Copy.

881.92 KB

The Order XO-P097-02-2002 outlines procedures during the prior to construction, during construction, prior to operation, and post construction phases. English copy.

229.62 KB

Proposed Meeting Agenda covering rutting mitigation, revegetation plan and monitoring program, wildlife monitoring plan, noise survey, permafrost monitoring program and emergency response program.

871.34 KB

Containing conditions for the approval of the project pursuant to Section 58 of the National Energy Board Act.

1.24 MB

Whereby the board approved Land Use Permit MV2000P0055 for a period of five (5) years commencing January 18, 2002 to January 17, 2007.

888.09 KB

Whereby the Board approved Water Licence MV2000L1-0014 for a period of five years commencing January 18, 2003 to January 17, 2002.

188.04 KB

The Kaƒ_Taƒ_T Gee Tu First Nation request to re-schedule a meeting with Paramount.

264.68 KB

Mr. Hudson and Mr. Lennie-Misgeld discuss their concerns with the pipeline with regards to the mitigation for rutting and right of way crossings.

81.9 KB

Receipt letter for the Revised Report of Environmental Assessment.

264.68 KB

The Mackenzie Valley Environmental Impact Review Board offers their comments regarding the Draft of Land Use Permit Number MV2000P0055 and Water License MV2000L1-0014. comments on Measures 2,4,7,8,9,10,11,14,18,19 are available and Measure 3 has not been

80.43 KB

Informing that all parties will have their own copies of reports to review rather than having to go into the public registry.

671.86 KB

The Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development and his ministers have agreed to adopt the recommendation of the Board under sub-section 128(b)(ii) of the Act, with modification. Measure, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15, 16, and 17 have been modified and are sho

88.37 KB

To discuss the development of a new Compensation Plan for the Ka'a'Gee Tu First Nation.

193.43 KB

NEB is of the view that any future processes for consultation and for modification to a recommendation should be developed by the NEB and the Review Board.

188.41 KB

MVEIRB's Revised Report of Environmental Assessment for the Cameron Hills Gathering System

297.54 KB

These comments are specifically for the Cameron Hills Gathering project.

121.43 KB

Paramount commits to provide compensation to wildlife harvesting impacts associated with the Cameron Hills Project.

218.22 KB

On measures #13, 15, 16 and 17.

163.48 KB

INAC requests for immediate initiation of consultation to primarily modify measures #13, 15, 16 and 17.

82.99 KB

Where MVEIRB issued a letter concerning clarification of the Board's determination with respect to the Report of EA.

206.83 KB

The NEB requests that the communities involved in the study - Traditional Knowledge Studies for the Cameron Hills, NWT, 2001 - submit comments for consideration.

3.34 MB

For the Amendment to the Cameron Hills Development Plan and the Cameron Hills Gathering System and Transborder Pipeline.

421.57 KB

Paramounts response to questions about the traditional knowledge study

105.18 KB

to discuss measures #13, 15, 16 and 17.

177.9 KB

The Review Board addresses INAC's previous request for consultation to modify the recommended measures, but states that the Review Board will not participate in consultation meetings until all other parties have been notified as some participants may wish

92.78 KB

The letter states that the Draft Tradtional Use Study report issued by Paramount is currently under review by the Ka'a'Gee Tu First Nation. The First Nations group was not included in this study even though they requested on several occasions to Paramoun

248.18 KB

Letter of support for the Paramount Resources project citing anticipated socio-economic benefits from the development for the community of Fort Providence.

979.08 KB

Includes responses to each of the 21 recommendations, where Paramount is of the opinion that several of the recommendations may be beyond specific agencies jurisdiction to impose as well as stating that the Report addresses government policies and legisla

265.21 KB

The Deh Gah Gotie Dene Council and the Fort Providence Metis Council outline the negative impacts that delaying this project has on their community.

172.51 KB

On certain recommended measures included in Report of EA.

543.03 KB

News information covering one of the Boards recommendations on Paramounts proposed benefits plan. The Board recommended that the plan be negotiated by INAC to include compensation for land use other than trapping.

121.34 KB

Where the Board provides a response to INAC's December 12, 2001 letter requesting clarification of the Boards determination with respect to the Report of EA.

283.33 KB

There is a typo in the subject heading, should read "MVEIRB Report" and not "MVLWB report". The First Nations group provided comments and questions on several of the Reports recommendations.

95.06 KB

Regarding the determination the Board has made on the Report of EA. INAC requested this information to clarify which subsection of the Mackenzie Valley Resources Management Act (MVRMA) section 128 the Boards decision was based.

182.33 KB

Prepared by Golder Associates Ltd and Paramount, November 2001. For more information on this report please contact our offices.

20.17 KB

This document is too large to upload, for more information on the full document please contact our office.

85.53 KB

Verification on behalf of the minister that Paramount Resources Ltd. has met the benefits plan requirements.

100.81 KB

Letter to confirm that NEB is authorized to use the record provided in the COGOA application relevant to the subject pipeline for assessment of the section 58 application of same.

1.26 MB

Email from H. Klein to J. Acorn (MVEIRB) with minutes from a meeting re. further IRs and a list of potential questions for further IRs.

1.14 MB

for the Environmental Assesment of the Cameron Hills Gathering System and Pipeline Development

1.52 MB

This plan touches on wildlife sighting cards, winter track count surveying, and migratory birds.

3.45 MB

Regadign the Pre-application Scoping Package in support of their permit applications.

961.83 KB

Submitted by Paramount Transmission Ltd. To the National Energy Board in support of their permit applications.

1.06 MB

Submitted by Paramount Resources Ltd. to the National Energy Board in support of their permit applications.