How to Place an RFN Order
Step 1: The need for flaring exists:
- When flaring activity is required for oil and gas operations a notification to occupants and landowners
within the notification radius may be required. Additional Licensees may need to obtain a permit to flare
or incinerate from the AER.
Step 2: Contact Caliber Planning with well and flaring details:
Step 3: Complete the AER Flare Permit Application on our web site:
- Our online help desk will assist you in determining all of your flaring needs.
- You may need a permit, if so it can be accessed online.
- Use the Flare Notification Radius Calculator to determine the notification radius.
- Complete the rest of the online form. A Caliber Planning representative will contact
you within the next 24-72 hours.
Step 4: The RFN software goes to work:
- A search of our existing internal database is made.
- Required data is accessed online from land titles and additional data sources.
- An initial line list is prepared.
- A letter is prepared and forwarded to all known landowners notifying them
of the flaring activities.
- All the required information is forwarded to a Caliber Planning Field Technician
Step 5: Field Technician receives information:
- Caliber Planning's Field Technician travels to the notification area.
- The Field Technician meets with available landowners and area occupants and gathers
the required data.
- The Field Technician uses GPS equipment to capture the location of buildings
and roads within the notification radius.
Step 6: Caliber Planning receives data from the field:
- A map of the notification radius is prepared.
- A report is prepared for the client.
- A copy of the Flare Notice Form is submitted to the appropriate AER field centre,
along with a copy of the completed line list and map.
Step 7: Documentation is sent to client, including:
- A complete project report.
- A complete copy of the line list.
- A copy of the map.
- A copy of the invoice generated for services provided.