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Assignment and Surface Land Activities Current Status

Assignments and Surface Land Activities is currently not fully functional due to technical issues. We are working on resolving these issues.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Last Update July 5, 2018 at 09:00 AM

Online Submission for the Registration of Partial Land Transfers, Encumbrances and Requests for Certified Copies

The submission of the following business processes is now available online and becomes mandatory effective May 14, 2018. Paper or emailed submissions will not be accepted after this date. Only if Alberta Energy directs in exceptional circumstances will Alberta Energy accept paper or emailed submissions.

  • Partial Land Transfer
  • Registration of Builders’ Lien and Security Notice
  • Certificate of Lis Pendens
  • Discharge/Partial Discharge of Builders’ Lien or Security Notice
  • Assignment of Security Interest
  • Requests for Certified Copy of Agreement
  • Requests for Certified Copy of Encumbrance
Please refer to Information Bulletin 2018-01 for further information.

If companies do not currently have an ETS account, then one should be created as soon as possible as many of these on-line submissions are time sensitive. It is imperative that an ETS account be set up prior to May 14, 2018 to avoid delays in registering any time sensitive materials. Instructions are available on the ETS home page located at http://www.energy.alberta.ca/AU/Services/Pages/ETS.aspx.

On-line training modules for these business processes will be available on May 3, 2018. These are located at: http://training.energy.gov.ab.ca/Pages/default.aspx.

For more information, please contact: Transfers.Energy@gov.ab.ca.


Assignment Submission Update

As of March 24, 2018, you are now able to submit up to 100 dispositions per Assignment Request. We are working on getting the maximum dispositions back to 1,000 per Assignment Request.

Last Update March 22, 2018 at 01:30 PM


Online Royalty Reporting for Metallic and Industrial Minerals and Coal

On March 16, 2018, royalty reports for metallic and industrial minerals and coal will be accepted on ETS. This change will apply to several royalty types:
  • Bituminous coal
  • Subbituminous coal
  • Quarriable minerals
  • Salt
  • Placer minerals
Please see the related information bulletins for more information: For more information, please contact CMD.Energy@gov.ab.ca

Last Update March 19, 2018 at 01:30 PM


FMT Statements Are Now Available

The Freehold Mineral Tax Statements for the 2017 tax year are now ready for retrieval. If you have received an automated email advising that you have statements available please search and retrieve them using the “Request Status” node in ETS. If you have any questions, please contact Mintax.Energy@gov.ab.ca

Last Update March 15, 2018 at 12:00 PM

Online Tenure Applications for Metallic and Industrial Minerals and Coal

On March 16, 2018, applications for new metallic and industrial mineral and coal tenure will be accepted on ETS. This change will apply to several agreement types:
  • Coal Lease
  • Coal Road Allowance Lease
  • Metallic and Industrial Mineral Permit
  • Metallic and Industrial Mineral Lease
  • Secondary Mineral Lease
  • Subsurface Reservoir Lease
Please see the related information bulletins for more information: For more information, please contact CMD.Energy@gov.ab.ca

Last Update March 12, 2018 at 03:00 PM


Map Displaying all Caribou Ranges in Alberta

Further to Information Letter 2016-34 Alberta Energy has prepared a map outlining all caribou ranges in Alberta. Refer to http://www.energy.alberta.ca/AU/Services/Documents/CaribouRange_ForExternal.pdf

Last Update November 21, 2016 at 04:30 PM

Interim Posting Restriction in all Caribou Ranges

Alberta Energy is committed in establishing Alberta as Canada’s leader in permanent protection of caribou ranges. Effective immediately, an interim restriction has been placed on the sale of mineral rights within all caribou ranges in Alberta. This restriction applies to petroleum and natural gas, oil sands, coal and metallic and industrial mineral rights. The restriction is expected to remain in place until stringent operating practices have been defined, through directives or changes to the Enhanced Approval Process Integrated Standards and Guidelines, or upon approval of the appropriate range plan. Alberta Energy intends to resume mineral sales as range plans are released (so long as this aligns with the specific range plan details). This page on ETS will provide information on the release of the range plans as they occur.

Last Update September 27, 2016 at 10:30 AM

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