H-4.2, r. 3 - Regulation respecting petroleum exploration, production and storage licences, and the pipeline construction or use authorization

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125. The application must contain
(1)  the name and contact information of the applicant;
(2)  the proof of solvency provided for in section 165;
(3)  the following documents, signed and sealed by an engineer:
(a)  an integrity management program complying with CSA Standard Z662, Oil and Gas Pipeline Systems, including its appendices, published by the Canadian Standards Association;
(b)  a safety and loss management program complying with Appendix A of CSA Standard Z662, Oil and Gas Pipeline Systems, published by the Canadian Standards Association;
(c)  a security management program complying with CSA Standard Z246.1, Security management for petroleum and natural gas, industry systems, including its appendices, published by the Canadian Standards Association;
(d)  an emergency management program complying with CSA Standard Z662, Oil and Gas Pipeline Systems, CSA Standard Z731, Emergency Preparedness and Response, and CSA Standard Z246.2, Emergency preparedness and response for petroleum and natural gas industry systems, including their appendices, published by the Canadian Standards Association;
(e)  a damage prevention program for the protection of underground infrastructures complying with CSA Standard Z247, Damage prevention for the protection of underground infrastructures, including its appendices, published by the Canadian Standards Association;
(f)  a plan for the restoration of temporary work areas for the pipeline;
(g)  a program related to pipeline inspections before and after the start-up concerning, in particular, the pressure tests, non-destructive inspections, destructive tests and visual examinations;
(h)  a monitoring and control program ensuring, in particular, the safety of persons, property and pipeline, and environmental protection;
(i)  a construction, use and maintenance manual including, in particular, the methods for promoting the safety of persons and property, environmental protection and the pipeline performance; and
(j)  a detailed plan for crossing watercourses complying with the standards provided for in section 132 and including, in particular, the techniques planned for each watercourse;
(4)  a safety and community involvement program detailing the elements likely to have an impact on the safety or persons and property including, particular, a description of the mitigation measures to be implemented to take into account the harmonization of the use of the territory and minimize disruptions for the local communities and on the environment;
(5)  the list of references consulted, in particular, the standards from recognized organizations and guidelines from other Canadian jurisdictions; and
(6)  any other information or document deemed necessary by the Minister.
It must be accompanied by the documents submitted to the Régie de l’énergie for the examination of the project under section 118 and payment of the fee of $1 per linear metre of pipeline anticipated.
Subparagraphs a, b, c, d and e of subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph do not apply to a construction or use application for
(1)  a pipeline of less than 2 km;
(2)  a pipeline in an existing right of way used for the same purpose; and
(3)  a pipeline for gathering or transporting natural gas of less than 30 cm in diameter for a pressure less than 4,000 kPa.
1253-2018O.C. 1253-2018, s. 125.
In force: 2018-09-20
125. The application must contain
(1)  the name and contact information of the applicant;
(2)  the proof of solvency provided for in section 165;
(3)  the following documents, signed and sealed by an engineer:
(a)  an integrity management program complying with CSA Standard Z662, Oil and Gas Pipeline Systems, including its appendices, published by the Canadian Standards Association;
(b)  a safety and loss management program complying with Appendix A of CSA Standard Z662, Oil and Gas Pipeline Systems, published by the Canadian Standards Association;
(c)  a security management program complying with CSA Standard Z246.1, Security management for petroleum and natural gas, industry systems, including its appendices, published by the Canadian Standards Association;
(d)  an emergency management program complying with CSA Standard Z662, Oil and Gas Pipeline Systems, CSA Standard Z731, Emergency Preparedness and Response, and CSA Standard Z246.2, Emergency preparedness and response for petroleum and natural gas industry systems, including their appendices, published by the Canadian Standards Association;
(e)  a damage prevention program for the protection of underground infrastructures complying with CSA Standard Z247, Damage prevention for the protection of underground infrastructures, including its appendices, published by the Canadian Standards Association;
(f)  a plan for the restoration of temporary work areas for the pipeline;
(g)  a program related to pipeline inspections before and after the start-up concerning, in particular, the pressure tests, non-destructive inspections, destructive tests and visual examinations;
(h)  a monitoring and control program ensuring, in particular, the safety of persons, property and pipeline, and environmental protection;
(i)  a construction, use and maintenance manual including, in particular, the methods for promoting the safety of persons and property, environmental protection and the pipeline performance; and
(j)  a detailed plan for crossing watercourses complying with the standards provided for in section 132 and including, in particular, the techniques planned for each watercourse;
(4)  a safety and community involvement program detailing the elements likely to have an impact on the safety or persons and property including, particular, a description of the mitigation measures to be implemented to take into account the harmonization of the use of the territory and minimize disruptions for the local communities and on the environment;
(5)  the list of references consulted, in particular, the standards from recognized organizations and guidelines from other Canadian jurisdictions; and
(6)  any other information or document deemed necessary by the Minister.
It must be accompanied by the documents submitted to the Régie de l’énergie for the examination of the project under section 118 and payment of the fee of $1 per linear metre of pipeline anticipated.
Subparagraphs a, b, c, d and e of subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph do not apply to a construction or use application for
(1)  a pipeline of less than 2 km;
(2)  a pipeline in an existing right of way used for the same purpose; and
(3)  a pipeline for gathering or transporting natural gas of less than 30 cm in diameter for a pressure less than 4,000 kPa.
1253-2018O.C. 1253-2018, s. 125.