ERCB

AcronymDefinition
ERCBEnergy Resources Conservation Board
ERCBElectronic Review of Computer Books
ERCBEngineering Review Control Board (US NASA)
ERCBEmployment Relations in Contemporary Britain (UK)
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of claim), filed on April 26th, 2012, Ernst lists EnCana, the ERCB, and
(336) See Alberta Energy Regulator, "Directive 038: Noise Control" (Calgary: ERCB, 16 February 2007).
(20) Upon the initial proclamation of Bill 2's key provisions, the predecessor tribunal, the ERCB, was dissolved.
Ernst told The Tyee why she has no choice but to appeal: "Chief Justice Wittmann ruled that the ERCB has a duty to protect the public, but not me.
- ERCB: Decision on the standing of the filers of Statements of Concern and Statements of Objection.
Todos los proyectos que tienen como fin la explotacion de hidrocarburos deben ser disenados y construidos basandose en una serie de regulaciones tecnicas dictadas y supervisadas por la ERCB (24).
Similar criticism has been levelled against the oil and gas industry and its Alberta regulators-the Energy Resources Conservation Board (ERCB) and Alberta Environment-against whom scientist Jessica Ernst has been waging a battle for nearly a decade.
A year later, Alberta's Energy Resources Conservation Board (ERCB) issued Directive 74, which mandated new industry-wide criteria for tailings management and annual reporting on modified tailings plans.
Alberta's Energy Resources Conservation Board (ERCB), among other stakeholders, has rejected the claims from the 2011 report, stating that "there is no reason to expect this product to behave in any substantially different way than other oil....
According to the Energy Resources Conservation Board (ERCB), Canada's oil sand resources are estimated to hold as much as 175 billion barrels of recoverable bitumen with current technologies.