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Supplementary Information (Tables)

User Fees Reporting

User Fees and Regulatory Charges (User Fees Act)

User fee: Fees charged for the issuance of operating licenses under the Canada Oil and Gas Operations Act (COGO Act).

Fee type: Regulatory (R)

Fee-setting authority: Canada Oil and Gas Operations Act, section 5(1)(a); Canada Oil and Gas Operations Regulations, section 3(2)(d)

Year last modified: 1992

Performance standards: The issuance of operating licenses under the Canada Oil and Gas Operations Act (COGO Act) does not have an associated service standard.

Performance results: N/A

Fees charged for the issuance of operating licenses under the Canada Oil and Gas Operations Act
2013-14
($ dollars)
Planning years
($ dollars)
Forecast revenue Actual revenue Full cost Fiscal year Forecast revenue Estimated full cost
1,000 225 7,938,567 2014-15 1,000 9,292,300
2015-16 1,000 7,803,200
2016-17 1,000 7,803,200

Other information: Funds received in late 2013-14 may have been applied to 2013-14 operating license applications, and funds received in late 2013-14 may be applied to 2014-15 operating license applications.

User Fees and Regulatory Charges (User Fees Act)

User fee: Fees charged for the processing of access requests filed under the Access to Information Act.

Fee type: Other Products and Services (O)

Fee-setting authority: Access to Information Act, section 11; Access to Information Regulations, section 7

Year last modified: 1992

Performance standards: Response provided within 30 days following the receipt of request. The response time may be extended pursuant to section 9 of the Access to Information Act. Notice of extension to be sent within 30 days after receipt of request.

Performance results: During the reporting period, the Board received 97 requests under the Access to Information Act compared to 99 in the previous reporting period. 20 requests were outstanding from the previous reporting period. Of the 117 requests, 110 were completed and 7 were carried forward to the next year. The NEB concluded the year with 82 per cent of requests completed within statutory deadlines.

Fees charged for the processing of access requests filed under the Access to Information Act
2013-14
($ dollars)
Planning years
($ dollars)
Forecast revenue Actual revenue Full cost Fiscal year Forecast revenue Estimated full cost
1,300 220 279,575 2014-15 1,000 300,000
2015-16 1,000 300,000
2016-17 1,000 300,000

Other information: The workload in the fiscal year was comparable to the workload experienced in 2012-2013 with respect to the number of requests received.

User Fee Totals
  2013-14
($ dollars)
Planning years
($ dollars)
Forecast revenue Actual revenue Full cost Fiscal year Forecast revenue Estimated full cost
Subtotal Regulatory 1,000 225 7,938,567 2014-15 1,000 9,292,300
2015-16 1,000 7,803,200
2016-17 1,000 7,803,200
Subtotal Other products and services 1,300 220 279,575 2014-15 1,000 300,000
2015-16 1,000 300,000
2016-17 1,000 300,000
Total 2300 445 8,218,142 2014-15 2,000 9,592,300
2015-16 2,000 8,103,200
2016-17 2,000 8,103,200
External Fees (Policy on Service Standards for External Fees)
External fee Service standard Performance results Stakeholder consultation
2013-14 or prior
Fees charged for the issuance of operating licenses under the Canada Oil and Gas Operations Act (COGO Act) The $25 fee collected for operating licences issued under COGOA does not have a service standard associated. N/A The NEB’s COGO Act service standards are reviewed with stakeholders on an opportunity basis at meetings with companies, organizations (such as the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers), and at other venues (such as the Annual Oil and Gas Forum).
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