Clean Growth Infrastructure Royalty Program

The Clean Growth Infrastructure Royalty Program (CGIRP) encourages new capital investment in oil and natural gas infrastructure. The program creates and sustains good paying jobs for British Columbians and stimulates new royalty revenue while helping to achieve Government’s greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction targets and methane reduction targets.

Through the Clean Growth Infrastructure Royalty Program, oil and gas companies can apply for a deduction to the royalties they would otherwise pay to the Province under a competitive Request for Applications process. For projects that are approved a company must fully fund and complete an approved project before it can apply to recover up to 50 percent of the project’s cost in the form of a royalty deduction.

Request for Applications 2019 (RFA)

The British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources was requesting applications from companies in the oil and gas industry to participate under the Clean Growth Infrastructure Royalty Program 2019 RFA from February 13 to May 10, 2019 at 2:00 pm. The CGIRP 2019 RFA  has now closed.

RFA Documents & Instructions for 2019 Applications

1. RFA Documents:

a) CGIRP 2019 RFA (PDF, 953 KB)

b) CGIRP 2019 RFA Questions and Answers (PDF, 421 KB) - Updated May 3, 2019.

2. RFA Response Templates:

a) CGIRP 2019 RFA Response Form (DOC, 61 KB)

b) CGIRP 2019 RFA Estimated Cost Table (XLS, 22 KB)

c) CGIRP 2019 RFA Drilling and Production Table (XLS, 143 KB) - Updated May 3, 2019.

d) CGIRP 2019 RFA Shapefiles (ZIP, 2 KB)

3. Sample Project Agreement Templates:

a) CGIRP Producer Agreement – Growth (PDF, 397 KB)

b) CGIRP Producer Agreement – Sustainability (PDF, 390 KB)

c) CGIRP Producer Partnership Agreement – Growth (PDF, 400 KB)

d) CGIRP Producer Partnership Agreement – Sustainability (PDF, 392 KB)

Please visit this webpage regularly for any updates.

RFA Webinar

An applicant information webinar was held on March 6, 2019. View the GCIRP Webinar presentation (PDF, 1.24 MB)

Release of Royalty Deductions for Approved Projects

Once a project has been approved and completed, the company must then apply for release of the royalty deduction. Instructions and template files for requesting the royalty deduction for an approved project can be found on the Royalty Deduction Submission page.