Common Carrier, Common Purchaser and Common Processor Orders
Keywords:Energy Law, Petroleum Law
AbstractThis article presents an analysis of the provisions of the Alberta Oil and Gas Conservation Act with respect to common carrier, common purchaser and common processor applications, considers their relationship to other statutory provisions, and discusses some representative applications. With respect to the objectives of a conservation statute, this article concludes that provisions for common carrier, common purchaser and common processor orders are based on the objective of protection of correlative rights, rather than on the objective of prevention of waste.
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