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ICRARD London June 12, 13 2006 Walter Bobby. ESRF, PERD, PTAC, CONRAD PRAC CAPP C-NLOPB Operators MUN SafetyNet CISTI. Canada. ESRF www.esrfunds.org 2006 Research programs Evaluation of Seismic Impacts on Invertebrates Fate and Transport of Drilling Mud and Fluid Discharges

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June 12, 13 2006

Walter Bobby

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ESRF www.esrfunds.org

2006 Research programs

Evaluation of Seismic Impacts on Invertebrates

Fate and Transport of Drilling Mud and Fluid Discharges

Cumulative Effects Assessment – Development of Ecologically Based Thresholds for the Kendall Island Bird Sanctuary

Post-Construction Evaluation of the Ikhil Pipeline near Inuvik, NWT

Evaluation of Produced Water Toxicity and Environmental Significance

CSA Structures

Offshore Seabird Monitoring Program

Assessment of Influence of Seismic Testing on Fish Movements and Behaviour

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Dave Burley

Manager, Environmental Affairs

Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board

Fifth Floor, TD Place

St. John’s, NL

Canada A1C 6H6

Tel:: 1 709 778 1403

Fax: 1 709 778 1473

dburley @cnlopb.nl.ca

Bonnie Gray-Wallace

Chair, ESRF Management Board

c/o National Energy Board

444 - Seventh Avenue SW

Calgary, AB T2P 0X8

Tel: 1 403 299 3675

Fax: 1 403 292 5503

[email protected]

Kym Hopper-Smith

ESRF Program Coordinator

c/o National Energy Board

444 - 7th Avenue S.W.

Calgary, AB T2P 0X8

Tel: 1 403 299 3890

Fax: 1 403 292 5503

[email protected]

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PERD http://www2.nrcan.gc.ca/es/oerd/english/

Unconventional gas supply

Offshore environmental factors


Marine transportation and safety

Regulatory Requirements for Offshore Drilling and Production Wastes, Assessment of Cumulative Effects, and Remediation of Accidental Discharge and Spills

Northern production

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2006 Research program (108 projects)

Some of the programs

Emergency Evacuation and Rescue from Beaufort Sea Production Structures

Performance of Evacuation Equipment in Ice Environments

Evacuation in Landfast ice in Beaufort Sea

Assessment model for the fate and environmental effects of drilling wastes

Assessment of exploration activities on seals

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Natalie Shea

S&T Advisor/Conseillère en S-T, Oil and Gas/Petrole et Gaz

Office of Energy Research and Development/Bureau de recherche et de développement énergétiques

Energy Policy Sector/ Secteur de la politique

Natural Resources Canada/ Ressources Naturelles Canada

14th Floor, 580 Booth Street/ 14e étage, 580, rue Booth

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1A 0E4

Tel: 613-944-5130

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PRAC www.pr-ac.ca

Public – private partnership in 2002

industry, academia, and government in Atlantic Canada (Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island)

Vision"By 2015, PRAC will have been instrumental in assisting its members to develop world class petroleum R & D capability in Atlantic Canada focused on the region's unique operating and business challenges."


To foster within Atlantic Canada inter-disciplinary research and development (R&D) related to oil and gas and the diffusion of that knowledge.

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Research programs

Transfer to usability programs


Lifeboat release mechanism

Simulator training for life boat operators

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Rod DoaneDirector, Research and DevelopmentPetroleum Research Atlantic Canada1321 Edward StreetHalifax, NS B3H 3H5Tel: (902) 494-1896Fax: (902) 494-2489Email: [email protected]

Jonathan MacDonaldCanada-Newfoundland Offshore Petroleum BoardFifth Floor, TD PlaceSt. John’s, NLCanada A1C 6H6Tel: 778 1434Fax: 778 1473e-mail: [email protected]

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CAPP www.capp.ca/

R&D Committee

Shawn J. Hurley


Scotia Centre, Suite 201

235 Water Street

St. John’s, NL Canada A1C 1B6

Tel: (709)778 3603

Fax: (709) 724 2835

Cell: (709) 727 8332

E-mail: [email protected]

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Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Benefit Plan Guidelines, February 2006

Exploration Phase

R&D expenditures up to a maximum of 5 percent of the expenditure bid.

Development Phase

R&D expenditures of 0.5 percent of total project capital cost

Production Phase

R&D expenditure requirement is calculated as the difference between the Total Requirement and the development phase requirement. Total requirement is the value of the field times the average percentage of R&D expenditures by Canadian oil & gas companies.

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Brian VeitchTerra Nova Project Junior ChairDirector, Ocean Engineering Research CentreFaculty of Engineering and Applied ScienceMemorial University of NewfoundlandSt. John’s, NLCanada A1B 3X5Tel: 709 737 8970Fax: 709 737 4042e-mail: [email protected]


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Trish LeBlancHead, NRC Information Centre, St. John'sInstitute for Ocean TechnologyCanada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information (CISTI)National Research Council Canada, P.O. Box 12093St. John's, NL A1B 3T5Canada

phone: (709) 772-2021fax: (709) 772-3670email: [email protected]

Antonio Simoes ReNRC, Institute for Ocean TechnologyArctic Avenue, P.O. Box 12093St. John’s, NLCanada A1B 3T5Tel: 709 772 0914Fax: 709 772 2462e-mail: [email protected]