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Crossing Coordination

If you are planning any activity within a SaskEnergy Right-of-Way or within 1.5 metres of a pipeline if no Right-of-Way exists, consent to proceed with work is required from SaskEnergy.

How you obtain consent is dependent on the type of activity you are planning. Please click on the scenario that applies to your project:






A list of approved work activities and guidelines are contained in the SaskEnergy Tariff - Appendix F. If your work will be conducted in accordance with the guidelines outlined in the Tariff, you have SaskEnergy's consent to proceed without submitting an application.

Note: If you are working for, or on behalf of, a public utility, municipality, city, or on a property owned by someone other than yourself, you must obtain consent under Scenario C.





A list of approved work activities and Terms & Conditions are contained in the SaskEnergy Tariff - Appendix F.

You are required to complete a short application form and must agree to the Terms & Conditions outlined in the application. Click here to apply.

Note: If you are working for, or on behalf of, a public utility, municipality, city or on a property owned by someone other than yourself, you must obtain consent under Scenario C.






Application must be made to SaskEnergy in order to obtain consent and proceed with any work near the pipeline.

To obtain consent:

  1. Complete the Facility Crossing Application Form

  2. Submit the application by

  3. The amount of time required to review your application and identify any integrity or safety concerns as indicated in the SaskEnergy Regulations (7.1) may vary depending on the scope of work planned.

  4. SaskEnergy will notify you if the proposed work has been approved, rejected, or if any other agreements must be in place prior to beginning work.



Developers or Community Expansion Projects

During the preliminary planning stage of your project, you should take in to consideration the location of pipeline infrastructure within your design. Buildings or permanent structures are prohibited on or near the distribution pipeline system. Set Back and Utility Corridor Requirements.


Inquiries and contact information

Crossing Coordination Land Easements
1-844-946-4734 (306) 777-9472
safeworkplanning@saskenergy.com landservices@saskenergy.com
 





 
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