Sending Written Concerns to the BC Oil and Gas Commission
Landowners, rightsholders and anyone from the general public with concerns about a proposed project in their community have the option to send written concerns directly to the BC Oil and Gas Commission. A written submission form is available on the BC Oil and Gas Commission’s website and once received will be included in the application review process. Companies are made aware of all written submissions received on their applications.
Written submissions can be received and considered in the review process any time until a decision is made on an application. If you have missed the 30 day window to send in a written response to the company, you still have opportunity to document your concerns through written submission to the BC Oil and Gas Commission.
For guidance on how to best reflect your concerns, landowners are encouraged to contact the Farmers Information Service or the BC Oil and Gas Commission’s Community Relations department directly.