Chapter 3 (l) : Energy Services

Section

Improvements Implemented Since Last IAP

 

Current Entry Requirements

Further Improvements Planned

 

Operational Requirements

 

 

 

 

 

Legislative competence for energy is shared between federal and provincial governments, with the latter owning the resources within their territories and regulating resource development, land-use management, royalties, production, processing, internal transmission and distribution.  The Federal Government is responsible for the national policy framework, covering international and interprovincial trade and transport.

 

More detailed information is available from the website of the National Energy Board (http://www.neb-one.gc.ca) and those of provincial governmental agencies.

     

 

 

Licensing and Qualification Requirements of Service Providers

 

 

 

Certain activities in this sector require licensing. More detailed information is available from the website of the National Energy Board (http://www.neb-one.gc.ca) and those of provincial governmental agencies.     

 

 

Foreign Entry

 

 

 

 

Canada has undertaken commitments in the GATS for services incidental to mining.  Canada reserved its right to adopt or maintain measures related to energy services.

 

 

 

Discriminatory Treatment/

MFN

 

 

 

Canada has undertaken commitments in the GATS for services incidental to mining.  Canada reserved its right to adopt or maintain measures related to energy services.