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Environmental Planning & Assessments

Environmental Planning and Assessment

Initial routing and siting of wellsites, pipelines and access roads are identified, and viable alternatives are also identified. Routing of pipelines and access roads are chosen to minimize length where possible, while considering environmental factors. Further honing of the route and scoping of project issues are undertaken through government contact and consultation, background information reviews, public consultation, and multi-disciplinary studies (i.e., soil assessments, wildlife surveys, archaeological investigations and vegetation surveys).

To efficiently and accurately establish the route and to determine if re-routes/adjustments are required, a field trip may be necessary. Supplementary field studies, such as wildlife surveys may also be recommended. Once background information is synthesized and routing is selected, Ghostpine prepares an EPP (Environmental Protection Plan) report and identifies areas to be addressed during the construction, reclamation and operation phases of the project. Post-construction reclamation monitoring may be warranted to ensure that measures outlined in the EPP were undertaken/addressed.

"Planning and communication during the early stages of a project is critical to avoiding potential environmental issues."


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Calgary Office


111, 10699 – 46th Street SE
Calgary, AB, T2C 5C2

Phone: 403-291-9238
Fax: 403-291-9103
Toll Free: 1-866-291-9238

Fort St. John Office


11927 - 242 Road
Fort St. John, BC, V1J 4M7

Phone: 250-262-4525
Fax: 250-262-4547


Mailing Address:
Site 1 Comp 5, SS2 Stn Main,
Fort St. John, BC V1J 4M7


Medicine Hat Office


964C - 23rd Street SW
Medicine Hat, AB, T1A 8G3

Phone: 403-528-4212
Fax: 403-528-4218