Practice and Procedure Before the Energy Resources Conservation Board

  • Michael J. Bruni
  • Keith F. Miller
Keywords: Energy Law, Petroleum Law

Abstract

This paper discusses the jurisdiction and constitution of the Alberta Energy Resources Conservation Board and describes the basic functions discharged by the Board. It sets out the procedures followed at hearings and inquiries and provides a perception of the role of counsel in the process as representative of the applicant, intervener, or Board, The paper concludes with a brief discussion of local interveners' costs.
How to Cite
Bruni, M. J., & Miller, K. F. (1). Practice and Procedure Before the Energy Resources Conservation Board. Alberta Law Review, 20(1), 79. https://doi.org/10.29173/alr758