H-4.2, r. 1 - Regulation respecting petroleum exploration, production and storage in a body of water

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69. The authorization holder may not position the casing head of a stratigraphic survey
(1)  less than 100 m from a transmission line having a voltage equal to or greater than 69,000 V, a telecommunication infrastructure, a windmill, a pipeline or any other installation or infrastructure of the same type;
(2)  less than 100 m from a cemetery;
(3)  less than 180 m from a high-capacity dam within the meaning of the Dam Safety Act (chapter S-3.1.01);
(4)  less than 200 m from a surface improvement work for sporting or recreational purposes;
(5)  less than 275 m from a site classified as a heritage site entered in the cultural heritage register referred to in section 5 of the Cultural Heritage Act (chapter P-9.002);
(6)  less than 300 m from any building having fewer than 3 floors or a floor area less than or equal to 10,000 m2;
(7)  less than 550 m from a health and social services institution, an educational institution, a building in which childcare services are offered or any building having 3 floors or more or a floor area greater than 10,000 m2;
(8)  less than 1,000 m from an airport or an aerodrome; or
(9)  less than 1,600 m from any underground reservoir used for petroleum storage purposes and for which the holder has no right.
The distances must be measured horizontally, in a straight line, from the casing head to the nearest point of the elements referred to in the first paragraph.
The Minister may allow the reduction of the distances if the authorization holder demonstrates to the Minister that an effective protective measure reduces risks.
The distances provided for in the first paragraph do not apply with respect to infrastructures belonging to the authorization holder or used for the holder’s work.
1251-2018O.C. 1251-2018, s. 69.
In force: 2018-09-20
69. The authorization holder may not position the casing head of a stratigraphic survey
(1)  less than 100 m from a transmission line having a voltage equal to or greater than 69,000 V, a telecommunication infrastructure, a windmill, a pipeline or any other installation or infrastructure of the same type;
(2)  less than 100 m from a cemetery;
(3)  less than 180 m from a high-capacity dam within the meaning of the Dam Safety Act (chapter S-3.1.01);
(4)  less than 200 m from a surface improvement work for sporting or recreational purposes;
(5)  less than 275 m from a site classified as a heritage site entered in the cultural heritage register referred to in section 5 of the Cultural Heritage Act (chapter P-9.002);
(6)  less than 300 m from any building having fewer than 3 floors or a floor area less than or equal to 10,000 m2;
(7)  less than 550 m from a health and social services institution, an educational institution, a building in which childcare services are offered or any building having 3 floors or more or a floor area greater than 10,000 m2;
(8)  less than 1,000 m from an airport or an aerodrome; or
(9)  less than 1,600 m from any underground reservoir used for petroleum storage purposes and for which the holder has no right.
The distances must be measured horizontally, in a straight line, from the casing head to the nearest point of the elements referred to in the first paragraph.
The Minister may allow the reduction of the distances if the authorization holder demonstrates to the Minister that an effective protective measure reduces risks.
The distances provided for in the first paragraph do not apply with respect to infrastructures belonging to the authorization holder or used for the holder’s work.
1251-2018O.C. 1251-2018, s. 69.