How the AER’s leading technology helps us learn about human-caused ear…
A look at the different between earthquakes and induced seismicity, how this occurs, and how the Alberta Geological Survey monitors occurrences in Alberta.
EIAs play an important role in how the AER protects the environment
The environment is a hot topic (and that’s not just a global warming pun). Canadians care deeply about how oil and gas development will affect the environment and their safety, and rightly so. However… Read more
AER releases new storage requirements
The AER has released new requirements that will reduce industry’s reliance on Alberta’s rivers and lakes and reduce industry traffic.
AER’s annual report shows how the energy industry uses water
Day-to-day, there are several things we would probably prefer not to monitor: steps (not) taken, screen time, cups of coffee, errands to run – and the list goes on.
A new story mapping tool brings groundwater information to the surface
Everything has a story, even groundwater.
How a creative sentencing decision led to the creation of I-STEAM Path…
Were internships and co-op placements in endless supply during the summer of 2020?
Oil sands operators continue to work towards reclaiming Northern Alber…
Reclamation is a vital part of the energy development lifecycle beginning at the application stage as part of the review process, right until the project's conclusion.
The AER opens public comment period for draft manual
Water is life. It's a sentiment shared across the globe and one that echoes true here in Alberta.
How the AER is supporting methane emissions reduction
Reducing methane emissions is a provincial, national, and global priority, and the AER is doing its part to get the job done.