Public Lands OneStop Implementation
On Monday BRITT was represented at the AER information session for the upcoming integration of Public Lands applications to the OneStop system.
A few take-aways from the session include:
The change is one for processes only, not regulations
This will be for AER regulated applications only. Anything under the jurisdiction of Alberta Environment & Parks (AEP) will continue to utilize EDS.
Public Lands applications in OneStop will include:
Energy Development Planning Tool (EDP Tool) (this will replace the LAT report but will not be required for application submissions)
Temporary Field Authorizations (TFAs) will be relabelled as Regulator Temporary Field Authorizations (RTFs) to distinguish between temporary field authorizations issued by the regulator vs AEP
Once the application process is implemented in OneStop, LAT reports & Application Supplements will no longer be required
There will be a list of questions populated from the submission of shape files to the system. Depending on how the questions are answered, these “Assessment Rules” may trigger a further review by the regulator
Computer Aided Design (CAD) files will not be accepted in the OneStop system, only shape files
PDFs of plans / sketches will be required, along with shape files
There will be no changes to the current sketch / survey plan requirements
Training for the new applications on the OneStop system will begin for mid-March to April 2019
Training sessions will be posted on the AER website under the Events page
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You can reach out to any of the BRITT team to find out more information on navigating your Crown projects with Ease, Foresight and Peace of Mind.
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