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Energy Resource Appeal Tribunal – Provincially Regulated Projects

Feb 6, 2021 | Appealing a Permitted Activity, Regulated provincially by the BC Oil and Gas Commission, Your Options for Raising Concerns | 0 comments

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Energy Resource Appeal Tribunal

The Energy Resource Appeal Tribunal (ERAT) is an independent, quasi-judicial agency that hears appeals from decisions made by the BC Energy Regulator. This includes certain orders, declarations, findings of contravention, administrative penalties and permitting decisions in relation to oil and gas activities as defined by the Energy Statutes Amendment Act. More information can be found on the ERAT website with additional clarification provided under the How To Appeal tab.

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