Katie Slipp
Partner | Calgary
Calgary: 403-260-9799

Katie has advised and represented oil and gas developers, pipeline companies, electric generation and transmission companies and alternative energy companies in respect of regulatory and environmental approvals and compliance issues, public consultation matters, aboriginal issues, and surface land rights and compensation matters. She has experience in provincial (primarily Alberta and British Columbia) and federal environmental and regulatory regimes.

Katie has assisted clients before provincial regulators in Alberta and British Columbia, the National Energy Board and a Joint Review Panel, as well as all levels of courts in Alberta and at the Federal Court of Appeal.

SELECT EXPERIENCE
  • Representing TransGas Limited in its intervention before the National Energy Board in respect of an application for approval of long-term fixed price service on the TransCanada Mainline

  • Representing Cutbank Ridge Partnership in its intervention before the National Energy Board in respect of tolling matters related to an expansion of the NOVA Gas Transmission Ltd. pipeline system in northeast British Columbia and subsequent review application
  • Advising pipeline companies on various issues in connection with National Energy Board applications to construct and operate pipelines, including engineering, environmental, stakeholder consultation and Aboriginal matters

  • Assisting TransCanada PipeLines Limited and related companies in respect of a comprehensive toll restructuring application before the National Energy Board
  • Advising shippers in their intervention before the National Energy Board in respect of an application for the priority destination designation of a refinery
  • Assisting TransCanada Keystone Pipeline GP Ltd. in a Federal Court of Appeal proceeding dealing with Aboriginal law issues arising from a National Energy Board pipeline approval
  • Advising on regulatory and environmental approvals processes for the development and operation of liquefied natural gas facilities and associated infrastructure, as well as natural gas export licence requirements
  • Advising and representing Grand Rapids Pipeline GP Ltd. before the Alberta Energy Regulator and Alberta Surface Rights Board in respect of its dual pipeline system, including engineering, environmental, stakeholder consultation, Aboriginal and land acquisition matters
  • Advising and representing before operator in proceedings before a joint review panel, in respect of its oil sands mine application, and the Alberta Energy Resources Conservation Board, in respect of its oil sands upgrader application
  • Advising and representing AltaLink Management Ltd. in connection with its land acquisition and compensation programs for various transmission lines and associated infrastructure and associated right of entry compensation proceedings before the Alberta Surface Rights Board
  • Advising and representing Montana Alberta Tie Ltd. 230 in compensation proceedings before the Alberta Surface Rights Board in respect of its 230 kV international merchant power line project
  • Representing parties in applications to the British Columbia Utilities Commission seeking approval of various corporate transactions

  • Advising and representing natural gas developer operating in northeast British Columbia in matters before the British Columbia Oil & Gas Appeal Tribunal and the British Columbia Surface Rights Board
PUBLICATIONS
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Author: Considerations for an Operator Regarding Surface Rights Act Rent Review Notice Requirements
The Negotiator: The Magazine of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Landmen, September 2015.
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