Discussion Paper 7: Emergency Prevention, Preparedness And Response: Tools and Requirements
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This discussion paper talks about a key part of safety and environmental protection: emergency prevention, preparedness and response for pipelines regulated by the National Energy Board (NEB).
We look forward to reading your answers to the questions below and any comments you may have after reading the discussion paper below. The deadline to submit comments is March 31, 2017.
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- In your opinion, are the existing emergency preparedness and response tools and requirements sufficient? If not, what additional tools or requirements are needed?
- What are your views with respect to the absolute liability limits that should apply regardless of whether a pipeline release was the company’s fault (particularly $1 billion for major oil pipeline companies)?
- In addition to information the NEB currently makes public about compliance and enforcement, is there additional information that should be made available over the lifecycle of a regulated project? If so, what?
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