5.37 (1) A holder of an authorization to construct or operate a pipeline issued under paragraph 5(1)(b) shall keep, in a form and manner determined by the National Energy Board, any documents, including any records or books of account, that the Board requires and that contain information that is determined by the Board to be necessary for the administration of this Act and any regulations made under it.
Marginal note:Production and inspection
(2) The holder shall produce those documents to the National Energy Board, or make them available to the Board or its designated representative, for inspection or copying at a time and under conditions set by the Board.
- 2007, c. 35, s. 149.
OIL AND GAS ADMINISTRATION ADVISORY COUNCIL
Marginal note:Council established
5.4 (1) There is established a council, to be known as the Oil and Gas Administration Advisory Council, consisting of the following six members, namely, the Chairman of the Canada — Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Board, the Chairman of the Canada — Newfoundland Offshore Petroleum Board, the Chairperson of the National Energy Board, a person designated jointly by the federal Ministers, a person designated by one of the Provincial Ministers and a person designated by the other Provincial Minister.
Marginal note:Duty of Council
(2) The Council shall promote consistency and improvement in the administration of the regulatory regime in force under this Act and Part III of the Accord Acts and provide advice respecting those matters to the federal Ministers, the Provincial Ministers and the Boards referred to in subsection (1).
- 1992, c. 35, s. 12;
- 1994, c. 10, s. 6;
- 2012, c. 19, s. 120(E).
OFFSHORE OIL AND GAS TRAINING STANDARDS ADVISORY BOARD
Marginal note:Board established
5.5 (1) The federal Ministers, with the approval of the Provincial Ministers, may establish a board, to be known as the Offshore Oil and Gas Training Standards Advisory Board, consisting of not more than nine members, each of whom has special knowledge respecting offshore oil and gas operations or respecting training for such operations.
(2) The Board shall inquire as to existing training standards and, where necessary, develop or encourage the development of training standards and shall recommend the adoption of training standards to the federal and Provincial Ministers and to the Boards referred to in subsection 5.4(1).
- 1992, c. 35, s. 12.
EXTENDED FORMATION FLOW TESTS
5.6 (1) Subject to subsection (2), title to oil and gas produced during an extended formation flow test vests in the person who conducts the test in accordance with an authorization under section 5, with every approval and requirement subject to which such an authorization is issued and with any applicable regulation, whether or not the person has a production licence issued under the Canada Petroleum Resources Act.
(2) Title to oil and gas referred to in subsection (1) is conditional on compliance with the terms of the authorization, approval or regulation, including the payment of royalties or other payment in lieu of royalties.
(3) This section applies only in respect of an extended formation flow test that provides significant information for determining the best recovery system for a reservoir or for determining the limits of a reservoir or the productivity of a well producing oil or gas from a reservoir and that does not adversely affect the ultimate recovery from a reservoir.
- 1992, c. 35, s. 12.
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