Accord Agreement means the Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Resources Accord Implementation Acts.
Forms available to the public to apply to the CNSOPB for various authorizations and activities.
Guidelines are Documents which are at times, jointly written with other jurisdictions to provide operators with an outline of recommended practices and minimum standards for the management of a certain aspect of offshore petroleum activity.
Government Legislation requires that all activities in respect of exploration or drilling for, or the production, conservation, processing or transportation of petroleum in the Nova Scotia offshore area be authorized by the CNSOPB.
An MOU is a non-binding agreement between Stakeholders which sets out such things as areas for cooperative working arrangements, information sharing, mutual advice and assistance.
These are notices intended to provide information with respect to significant industry incidents and/or guidance with respect to regulatory requirements or expectations.
Are additional requirements to the Regulations as determined by the Chief Safety Officer, in accordance with section 142.2 of the Accord Act. Environmental Directives are additional requirements to the Regulations as determined by the Chief Conservation Officer. Compliance with Safety/Environmental Directives is considered a mandatory condition of any work authorization.
Government regulation defines the manner in which a particular offshore petroleum activity is conducted.
The Board's annual reports can be found here along with various operator reports.
Additional requirements to conduct offshore petroleum activities.
Useful statistical reports on offshore Nova Scotia.