Natural Gas Reporting Guidelines

Alberta Natural Gas Royalty Guidelines (2009)
These Guidelines, effective January 2009, describe principles involved in assessing, levying and collecting Alberta’s Crown royalty share of natural gas and gas products produced from lands subject to a Crown lease agreement.  It also describes the procedures that will be used to carry out the assessment, levy, and collection of royalty.

Alberta Natural Gas Royalty Guidelines (2006)
(Still in effect for production periods December 2008 and prior).  These Guidelines, effective October 2002, describe principles involved in assessing, levying and collecting Alberta’s Crown royalty share of natural gas and gas products produced from lands subject to a Crown lease agreement.  It also describes the procedures that will be used to carry out the assessment, levy, and collection of royalty.

New! Natural Gas Liquids Reporting Guide (Effective for the July 2014 delivery month and subsequent months) 
The Department of Energy has concluded a review of business processes related to the calculation of Natural Gas Liquids Reference Prices and Allowances. Following extensive consultation with representatives of producer associations, new business processes will be implemented effective with July 2014 production. All purchasers of propane (C3), butanes (C4), pentanes plus and condensate (C5+) at NGL field facilities in Alberta are required to report eligible arm’s length purchase information of specification and mix products. This updated manual contains reporting instructions on how to complete the report under the new processes. Refer to IL 2013-35 for more information.

NGL-100 Natural Gas Liquids Reporting Guide (Effective for the June 2014 delivery month and prior)
The NGL-100 form is to be reported monthly by Department of Energy designated purchasers, who purchase propane (C3), butanes (C4) and pentanes plus (C5+) in Alberta. This manual contains reporting instructions on how to complete the NGL-100 form.