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snippet: The purpose of this dataset is to identify the footprint within which an approved oil sands development will occur.
summary: The purpose of this dataset is to identify the footprint within which an approved oil sands development will occur.
maxScale: 5000
typeKeywords: []
description: <DIV STYLE="text-align:Left;"><DIV><DIV><P><SPAN>This dataset reflects the project boundaries for a given oil sands project for which approval has been granted to develop. This will include the full extent to which disturbance, reclamation and closure activities are likely to occur for a given oil sands operation. This feature class will be completed by AENV and is not required in industry submissions. It is based on the dissolved leases of active projects to create project boundaries.</SPAN></P></DIV></DIV></DIV>
licenseInfo: <DIV STYLE="text-align:Left;"><DIV><DIV><P><SPAN>Government of Alberta departments and authorized agencies may conditionally use this data for internal business purposes, which includes conditional sharing of the data with other third parties (, stakeholders) if necessary for reasonable use of the data relating to the provision of services to the Crown as represented by each Ministry. Alberta Environment staff (and authorised third parties working under contract to Alberta Environment for internal business purposes) should be familiar with the contents of the document called "GIO Spatial Data Display Guide", which is available at, in order to understand and use the appropriate accreditation that is required when using this data for display purposes.</SPAN></P></DIV></DIV></DIV>
title: OSProjectPoints2014
tags: ["biota","CCS","ecosite","reclaimed","Western Hemisphere","Alberta","Alberta","RIS","SAGD","in situ","reclamation information system","reclamation","mineable","oilsands","wellsite","anthropogenic","North America","gas plant","footprint","pipeline","landcover","Northern Hemisphere","power line","oil sands","road","tailings pond","inlandWaters","Athabasca River","well pad","industrial","untilitiesCommunication","structure","Canada > Alberta","site type","Fort McKay","well site","Northeast Alberta","Fort McMurray","bitumen","geoscientificInformation","Mid-latitude","Canada","Conklin","economy"]
culture: en-US
minScale: 150000000