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Assessing Risks to Pipelines from Corrosion and Geo Hazards--new BC OGRIS research project

Assessing Risks to Pipelines from Corrosion and Geo Hazards--the BC OGRIS is participating in a research project by the University of British Columbia to develop a decision making tool to assess the risks to pipelines from internal and external corrosionand geo-hazards(earthquakes).

More information is available on the Active Projects page of this website.

Performance of Enclosed Combustors--the BC OGRIS is participating in a research project by the Saskatchewan Research Council to collect third party independent emissions and performance data on enclosed combustors used in oil and gas operations.

Performance of Enclosed Combustors--the BC OGRIS is participating in a research project by the Saskatchewan Research Council to collect third party independent emissions and performance data on enclosed combustors used in oil and gas operations.

This information may be considered in policy regarding the use of combustors in BC. More information is available on the Active Projects page of this website.

The BC OGRIS is soliciting proposals for developing a cost-effective estimation of vegetative regrowth on anthropogenic features in Northeast BC.

The BC OGRIS is soliciting proposals for developing a cost-effective estimation of vegetative regrowth on anthropogenic features in Northeast BC. Proposals are requested by December 22, 2017. Details can be found on the Opportunities page of this website.

The BC OGRIS has provided a grant to the University of British Columbia (Okanagan Campus--School of Engineering) to evaluate the use of drones in monitoring fugitive gas emissions and land disturbance/reclamation.

The BC OGRIS has provided a grant to the University of British Columbia (Okanagan Campus--School of Engineering) to evaluate the use of drones in monitoring fugitive gas emissions and land disturbance/reclamation. More information on this project is available on the Active Projects page of this website.

The BC OGRIS has provided a grant to the University of Victoria to assess the use of drones and multisensory data to monitor the reclamation of well sites.

The BC OGRIS has provided a grant to the University of Victoria to assess the use of drones and multisensory data to monitor the reclamation of well sites. More information on this project is available on the Active Projects page of this website.

The BC OGRIS has provided a grant to the University of British Columbia to develop a fugitive gas migration database and carry out a statistical analysis on the occurrence, attributes and potential causes of gas migration

The BC OGRIS has provided a grant to the University of British Columbia to develop a fugitive gas migration database and carry out a statistical analysis on the occurrence, attributes and potential causes of gas migration. More information on this project is available on the Active Projects page of this website.

The BC OGRIS has provided a grant to EcoLogic Research to Assess Options for Aligning the Management of Cumulative Impacts through Area-base Analysis and Cumulative Effects Framework

The BC OGRIS has provided a grant to EcoLogic Research to Assess Options for Aligning the Management of Cumulative Impacts through Area-base Analysis and Cumulative Effects Framework. More information on this project is available on the Active Projects page of this website.

Several projects have completed recently and final reports posted to the Completed Projects page of this website.

Several projects have completed recently and final reports posted to the Completed Projects page of this website. This includes the results of the restoration of Zone 1 of the Parker (Boreal Caribou) range and final report from the University of Northern BC study on Assessing Caribou Survival in Relation to the Distribution and Abundance of Moose and Wolves.

The BC OGRIS has provided a grant to undertake monitoring of vegetation changes after the restoration of Zone 1 of the Parker (Boreal Caribou) Range.

The BC OGRIS has provided a grant to undertake monitoring of vegetation changes after the restoration of Zone 1 of the Parker (Boreal Caribou) Range. More information on this project is available on the Active Projects page of this website.