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Our facilities include producing wells drilled from natural and artificial islands, and a central processing facility, which also generates electricity for the town of Norman Wells.
Imperial plans to continue operations at Norman Wells past 2025. As a result, Imperial is pursuing a standard 10-year term extension for its water licence with the Sahtu Land and Water Board (SLWB) and its operations authorization with the Canada Energy Regulator (CER).
Information regarding the proposed operations authorization application can be found on the CER's website at https://apps.cer-rec.gc.ca/REGDOCS/Item/Filing/C25899. Aside from the proposed extension to the term of the operations authorization, Imperial is not requesting any changes to the operations authorization as no material alteration to Imperial's operations at Norman Wells is planned.
In order to assist the CER in developing an appropriate and timely regulatory process, stakeholders can raise any project related concerns to the CER via the Notice and Statement of Concern Form until September 22, 2023.
Should an incident occur at the Norman Wells site, well-defined plans and emergency-response capabilities are in place, which include access to specialized equipment and trained personnel. To ensure we are always ready to respond, emergency teams conduct regular drills and simulations.
Imperial maintains a community awareness program that involves all nearby residents. Imperial representatives will contact all residents close to our operations if required during an emergency or if any day-to-day operations could impact local residents.
To request a copy of the Norman Wells Emergency Response Plan, Safety Plan or Environmental Protection Plan, please contact us.
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