Royalty Deduction Submission Deadline & Instructions

The Producer’s submission for a royalty deduction for an approved and constructed infrastructure project must be submitted six months from the completion date of the project, as outlined in the Project’s Agreement. 

Note: The Royalty Deduction Submission documents must be submitted in hard copy (mailed) and electronic copy (emailed) to the project manager identified in the project’s agreement. The submission must include copies of all completed Schedule B documents and the original signed Statutory Declaration form and cover letter. Please see below for the format for each of these documents.

For further information on the Royalty Deduction Submission requirements, please refer to the project agreement or contact the project manager assigned to your infrastructure project.

 Schedule B Documents

 Pipeline Project

 Road Project

Letter requesting the royalty deduction amount and enclosed Schedule B Documents.

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Evidence of “Leave to Open” for the Project from the Oil and Gas Commission granted pursuant to the Oil and Gas Activities Act; or a

 “Leave to Open” granted by the National Energy Board pursuant to Section 47 of the National Energy Board Act.

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Well information for all project wells that are currently drilling or on production. Also include future wells to be drilled or on production over the next two fiscal periods.

The Excel file should not be submitted as a PDF file.

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Statutory Declaration provides confirmation the project has been constructed as per terms of the Project’s Royalty Deduction Agreement.

Form is to be completed by the Producer and notarized.

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Summary of all eligible construction costs per the project’s Step(s).

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Please use the same categories as outlined in the Example of the Detailed List of Information for Invoices for the eligible final as built actual construction costs.  i.e.:  use your AFE spreadsheet cost summary information for providing each Project Step(s) costs.  Submit only in Excel spreadsheet format. 

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