Crossing Agreement Alberta
To get an agreement on Alliance crossroads, please email us. The Alliance will respond to requests for agreement within 10 business days. The crossing agreement will contain information and instructions on how a transmission line can safely cross or operate within its priority route. An Alliance representative will mark your work area and supervise the Jexier`s activity to ensure compliance with the crossing agreement granted. If planning and before any of the work or activities listed above can begin, an application for approval must be submitted to Yellowhead Gas Co-op, you can submit your applications by email to firstname.lastname@example.org Pipeline Alliance in Canada is regulated by the National Energy Board (NEB) at the federal level. The National Energy Board Act and its regulations, the National Energy Board Pipeline Damage Prevention Regulations, Authorization and Obligations, make a crossover agreement for anyone who proposes to cause soil disturbance in the prescribed area, which extends vertically 30 metres on both sides of the pipe median line; Build a facility on, on, along, along or under an oil pipeline; or cross a pipe with a vehicle or mobile equipment. A crossing agreement can be obtained from the pipeline operator. Except in the event of soil disturbance within a ROW pipeline or within 5m of an oil pipeline, if there is no ROW, we are not authorized to authorize on behalf of the licensee for pipeline-related work, nor do we have the option to extend existing agreements with the licensee. We also do not grant approval for surface work around an oil pipeline where there are no soil disturbances, such as crossings or interventions on an oil pipeline.
Right-of-Way Pipeline A Right-of-Way (ROW) pipeline is the land of the pipeline and its assigned maintenance area. It is often defined in a written agreement between the landowner and the pipeline company. The width of the ROW is usually less than 30 m, but may vary. Crossing agreements help ensure that pipeline operators are informed of upcoming crossings or excavations to prevent accidents.