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Joint Panel Review created for Grassy Mountain coal project

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Catherine McKenna, Canada’s Minister of Environment and Climate Change and Jim Ellis, President and CEO of the Alberta Energy Regulator, announced yesterday the establishment of a three-member Joint Review Panel to review Benga Mining Ltd's proposed Grassy Mountain Coal Project, located in southwest Alberta.

Alex Bolton has been appointed as the Chair of the Joint Review Panel. Hans Matthews and Dean O'Gorman have been appointed as members of the Joint Review Panel.

The Joint Review Panel Agreement signed by Minister McKenna and Ellis establishes the mandate and terms of reference of the Joint Review Panel, its composition, as well as the procedures and timelines of the review.

Under the Agreement, the Joint Review Panel will conduct a review of the potential environmental effects of the project, consider mitigation measures, determine whether the project is likely to cause significant adverse environmental effects, and identify any follow-up programs required.

As a next step, the Joint Review Panel must hold a public comment period on the Environmental Impact Statement. After considering the comments received, the Panel will determine whether it has sufficient information to proceed to the public hearing.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcoal.com/coal/17082018/joint-panel-review-created-for-grassy-mountain-coal-project/

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