Farmers' Advocate Office: Energy, Utilities, and Surface Rights

 
 
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 The Farmers' Advocate Office (FAO) is a resource for all stakeholders affected by energy and utility developments. Staff at the FAO are able to provide information on legislation and policy, and advise on your rights, responsibilities, and negotiations. The resources provided by the FAO are designed to help empower rural Albertans with awareness and knowledge.
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  • *Hard copies of these publications (limit of 10 per title) are available to Alberta residents by using the online order form or by calling 780-427 0391:

    Compensation Advisories
    • FAO Warns Landowners About Actions that Contradict the Surface Rights Act - July 30, 2018
    Bankruptcy and Insolvency
    General Information Electrification of Oil and Gas Sites Suspension, Abandonment, & Reclamation Freehold Owners Well Water Replacement or Restoration Program (WWRRP)

    Useful Links
    Legislation, Regulation & Policy

    Contact Us
    Farmers' Advocate Office (FAO)
    Telephone: 310-FARM (3276)
    Fax: 780-427-3913
    farmers.advocate@gov.ab.ca
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    This information published to the web on November 6, 2006.
    Last Reviewed/Revised on January 7, 2019.