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No details: Alberta energy minister announces date

2021-2-24  No details: Alberta energy minister announces date for start of coal consultations Alberta says public consultations on its plans to expand coal-mining will begin March 29 but there's no decision ...

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No details: Alberta energy minister announces date

2021-2-24  Alberta says public consultations on its plans to expand coal-mining will begin March 29 but there's no decision yet on how they will go ahead.

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Alberta Mining Energy

2021-3-1  Education, Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan Educational mining and energy programs offered in Western Canada. Study for a career in mining and energy, or upgrade your skill set at one of Western Canada’s higher education institutions. by Jillian Clark

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Alberta’s mountaintop mining ban won’t affect

2021-2-26  Alberta Energy Minister Sonya Savage announced an “outright ban” on mountaintop-removal coal mining in early February. Now, the premier’s office and the Alberta Energy Regulator have confirmed to The Narwhal that the narrow definition of this type of mining does not apply to any past, present or proposed coal mines in the province.

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No details: Alberta energy minister announces date

2021-2-24  EDMONTON — Alberta says public consultations on its plans to expand coal-mining will begin March 29 but there's no decision yet on how they will go ahead. "I have directed my department officials to bring forward a comprehensive consultation plan that is by Albertans and for Albertans," Energy Minister Sonya Savage said Tuesday in a release.

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Mining company ponders impact of Alberta restoring

2021-2-10  A coal-mining company with exploration leases in Alberta's Rocky Mountains is looking at how the government's decision to restore protection of the land will affect its plans.

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Alberta’s Coal Mining Reversal: A Dozen Tyee Pieces

2021-2-10  How Alberta’s energy and environment ministers misled on open-pit mining plans. Jan. 29, 2021: Threatened by Coal, Ranchers Take the Kenney Government to Court

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Alberta offers Rocky Mountain coal leases ... - JWN

2020-12-7  Alberta is offering more of its Rocky Mountain landscapes to coal mining after rescinding a decades-old policy that protected them. In documents released earlier this week, Alberta Energy is giving miners until Dec. 15 to bid on nearly 2,000 hectares on the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains.

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Why coal mining is big in the B.C. Rockies but not

2021-2-20  According to the Government of Alberta, coal was the “the primary source of energy until the late 1960s when it was overtaken by oil.” “In Alberta, to an extent, the future was seen as a future driven by oil and gas exploration and coal was not really part of that picture,” Urquhart, the retired political scientist, told The Narwhal.

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No details: Alberta energy minister announces date

2021-2-24  EDMONTON — Alberta says public consultations on its plans to expand coal-mining will begin March 29 but there's no decision yet on how they will go ahead. "I have directed my department officials to bring forward a comprehensive consultation plan that is by Albertans and for Albertans," Energy Minister Sonya Savage said Tuesday in a release.

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Alberta reinstates 1976 coal policy in wake of public ...

2021-2-9  In the wake of widespread public backlash and a legal challenge, the Alberta government has reinstated a restrictive 45-year-old coal mining policy ripped up by the province last year with no ...

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Mining - Bitumount - Alberta's Energy Heritage

Alberta Government Oil Sands Project, Bitumount, 1952 Source: University of Alberta Archives, 91-137-127 Karl Clark is issued Patent 448231 for “Extracting Oil from Bituminous Sand.” Diagram of process patented by Clark in 1948 Source: Canadian Intellectual Property Office, Patent 448231

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Alberta offers Rocky Mountain coal leases ... - JWN

Alberta is offering more of its Rocky Mountain landscapes to coal mining after rescinding a decades-old policy that protected them. In documents released earlier this week, Alberta Energy is giving miners until Dec. 15 to bid on nearly 2,000 hectares on the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains.

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Top coal scientist warns Albertans of contamination

2021-2-17  The Alberta government is developing a plan for public consultation on coal mining after it backtracked on a decision to revoke a policy that had protected the mountains and foothills since 1976.

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Alberta strikes panel to create strategy for mineral ...

Alberta Energy Minister Sonya Savage, right, and E3 Metals CEO Chris Doornbos meet with media in Calgary Wednesday to announce a new provincial strategy for minerals extraction.

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Energy Alberta.ca

Alberta has the third largest proven oil reserves in the world – 10% of total proven global oil reserves. Approximately 99% of these reserves are in the oil sands. Between 2011 and 2017, overall average oil sands emission intensity in Alberta decreased by 19%. With additional technology, GHG intensity can be reduced by up to 20% by 2030.

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Large-Scale Surface Mining in Alberta - Coal -

In the mid-1940s, one of the four mines operated by the Cadomin Coal Company was a surface mine and accounted for about 70% of the company’s total output. Sterling Collieries and Coal Valley Mining Company Limited carried out surface mining in the Coal Branch. Even by 1945, however, only 17% of Alberta’s coal came from surface mining.

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Coal Mining Authorizations Alberta Energy Regulator

2021-2-27  Timeline. Our estimated processing time for coal applications is 20 to 375 business days; depending on the type.See our timeline spreadsheet.. Purpose of the Application. We regulate coal developments in Alberta pursuant to the Responsible Energy Development Act, the Coal Conservation Act, the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act, the Public Lands Act, and the Water Act and

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CBC Edmonton - Alberta Energy Minister to announce

Two lands they are restored and it's been uh communicated in a in a directive, The Alberta energy regulator to restore that policy so uh we uh obviously we were that responsible can occur in the future. tremendous resource of allergic co, Alberta and the world is looking for skin coal uh that it it proceed responsibly in the future.

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Top coal scientist warns Albertans of contamination

2021-2-17  The Alberta government is developing a plan for public consultation on coal mining after it backtracked on a decision to revoke a policy that had protected the mountains and foothills since 1976.

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Alberta government reinstates 1976 coal-mining

2021-2-8  EDMONTON — The Alberta government says powerful public protest persuaded it to reinstate a policy that has kept open-pit coal mines out of the Rocky Mountains for almost 45 years. “Albertans have spoken loud and clear and we have heard them,” Energy Minister Sonya Savage said in a release Monday. “Not only we will reinstate []

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Large-Scale Surface Mining in Alberta - Coal -

In the mid-1940s, one of the four mines operated by the Cadomin Coal Company was a surface mine and accounted for about 70% of the company’s total output. Sterling Collieries and Coal Valley Mining Company Limited carried out surface mining in the Coal Branch. Even by 1945, however, only 17% of Alberta’s coal came from surface mining.

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Coal Mining Authorizations Alberta Energy Regulator

2021-2-27  Timeline. Our estimated processing time for coal applications is 20 to 375 business days; depending on the type.See our timeline spreadsheet.. Purpose of the Application. We regulate coal developments in Alberta pursuant to the Responsible Energy Development Act, the Coal Conservation Act, the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act, the Public Lands Act, and the Water Act and

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Why coal mining is big in the B.C. Rockies but not

2021-2-20  According to the Government of Alberta, coal was the “the primary source of energy until the late 1960s when it was overtaken by oil.” “In Alberta, to an extent, the future was seen as a future driven by oil and gas exploration and coal was not really part of that picture,” Urquhart, the retired political scientist, told The Narwhal.

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Coal Mining in Alberta's Eastern Slopes and Beyond ...

Alberta Energy Regulator. Overview of coal mining Manual 020: Coal Development (Overview of regulatory approval process) Legal Information. University of Calgary law professor Nigel Bankes has begun a series of posts analyzing the 1976 Coal Policy and other legal issues pertaining to the development of coal resources in Alberta.

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Alberta backs down on coal mining in Rocky

EDMONTON — The Alberta government says powerful public protest persuaded it to reinstate a policy that has kept open-pit coal mines out of the Rocky Mountains for almost 45 years. “Albertans have spoken loud and clear and we have heard them,” Energy Minister Sonya Savage said in a

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Coal Alberta Energy Regulator

2021-2-26  Long before Alberta’s first oil and gas boom, the province relied on coal to heat homes, generate electricity, and provide fuel for transportation. Coal was also the first energy commodity to be exported from the province in the late 1800s. By the 1960s, however, oil and natural gas had almost completely replaced coal as Alberta’s primary sources of energy.

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Bringing coal back CBC News

Alberta’s fortunes have always been tied to natural resources and, with the gusher at Leduc in 1947, oil came to dominate. But coal carried on. By 1975, according to historical records maintained by the Alberta Energy Regulator, a total of 2,342 mining projects had been undertaken in the province.

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CBC Edmonton - Alberta Energy Minister to announce

Two lands they are restored and it's been uh communicated in a in a directive, The Alberta energy regulator to restore that policy so uh we uh obviously we were that responsible can occur in the future. tremendous resource of allergic co, Alberta and the world is looking for skin coal uh that it it proceed responsibly in the future.

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