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Calgary - November 20, 2019
AER Hearing

8:42 a.m. on November 19, 2019. Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) hearing coordinator Tammy Turner (left) and improvement analyst Anastasia Shukalkina prepare for a public hearing in Govier Hall in downtown Calgary.

AER hearings are formal, court-like proceedings used to gather information before deciding on some energy project applications – from a single well to major oil sands projects. Hearings are conducted by a panel of hearing commissioners. They make decisions based on evidence submitted by the applicant and other participants who may be affected by an energy development. The decisions made by these independent adjudicators may only be reviewed by the Court of Appeal of Alberta.

Visit our hearings webpage to learn more.

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